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Thursday, 8 October 2020

30 seats in data analytics programme

Rohtak: Department of statistics at Maharashi Dayanand University (MDU) introduced a one-year diploma in 'data analytics' with the intake of 30 seats. Prof SC Malik, head of the department, said the course had been introduced keeping in view the high demand of 'data analysts' across the world. "Under the programme, the students will be trained for enhancing knowledge and skills for applying statistical methods and modeling techniques to real life problems and solutions. They will also get the training for applying computational techniques using statistical software SPSS, R, Python and SQL," said Malik, adding that the last date to submit the online application is October 21.

Varsity issues admission advisory

Faridabad: Keeping in view the commencement of the admission process for various engineering programmes, JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, has issued an advisory for all aspiring students seeking admission to the colleges/institutes affiliated to the university. The university has advised the students and their parents to check the affiliation status, including courses and intake and necessary approvals of the college before taking admission in any of such college. Students and parents may go through the university website at where link for the list of affiliated colleges with their current affiliation status has been provided. Further, the university has made it clear that the admission to all undergraduate engineering programmes in the university are done through centralised counselling conducted by the Haryana State Technical Education Council Society under the Haryana Technical Education Department (HSTES) based on the ranks secured in JEE Main 2020. The first online counselling by HSTES will begin from October 9. For further updates, the students are advised to visit regularly.

Online training programme

Karnal: A five-day online training programme on Agriculture Journalism for extension professionals was organised by the Extension Education Institute, Nilokheri, running under the ages of Central Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare. On the first day Dr Amit Sangwan, media educator from Ch Devi Lal University, Sirsa, said India had an agro-based economy and there were many employment opportunities in the field of agriculture journalism. Course Coordinator Dr SR Verma welcomed the speaker and said the objective of the programme was to sensitise the participants about the role of agriculture journalism.

Dr Poonia nominated in panel

Kurukshetra: Dr Maha Singh Poonia, director, department of youth and cultural affairs, and head of Hindi department, IIHS, Kurukshetra University, has been nominated as a member of the programme committee of the North Zone Cultural Centre, Patiala, by the Haryana Government for two years. Dr Nita Khanna, VC, KU, congratulated Dr Poonia on this achievement. Dr Poonia has also played a key role in the development of 'Dharohar,' the heritage Haryana museum, which is one of its kind in the country, at the university. Dr Poonia has written more than 10 books on Haryanvi culture. Apart from this, more than 50 research papers on his cultural subjects have been published in international and national research journals.

from The Tribune

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