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Thursday, 29 October 2020

Awareness rally on farm fires

Karnal: NSS units I and II of KVA DAV College for Women here organised an awareness rally on stubble burning on Wednesday. Principal Sujata Gupta flagged off the rally and addressed the students on harmful effects of stubble burning. The Principal also motivated the students to spread awareness regarding the issue in their respective villages. She urged them to follow social distancing norms while spreading the message and sensitizing others about the adverse impact of stubble burning. Senior staff Santosh Bisla, Dr Ashima Gakhar, Dr Manju Singh, Dr Sabira Sharma, Dr Sushma Thakur, Sunit Bhandari and NSS conveners Kanwaljeet Virdi and Dr Isha were also present.

Refresher course concludes

Hisar: The valedictory function of two-week long online UGC sponsored refresher course in physics organised by the Human Resource Development Centre at Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here, has concluded. The course was attended by 38 teachers from various universities and colleges from across the nation viz Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Bihar, Maharashtra, Delhi, etc. The online valedictory ceremony was marked by the presence of chief guest Prof Dinesh Kumar, Vice-Chancellor of JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA Faridabad, and Prof Neeraj Dilbaghi, Director, HRDC, and others. Prof Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, GJUST, also presided over the function. Prof Dinesh Kumar pointed out the benefits of the course to the participants and appealed them to encourage and motivate their students to engage in creative pursuits. He emphasised that teachers must always include stories of some great personalities in their teaching in addition to their subject of knowledge. He recommended the participants to involve in good and high impact research and appreciated the organisers for arranging deliberations of renowned scientists and researchers for the course. Prof Tankeshwar Kumar said a good teacher had to be a best learner first.

from The Tribune

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