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Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Foreign language course at MDU

Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University has issued admission notice for foreign language certificate courses in the Department of English and Foreign Languages for the session 2020-21. Head of the Department Prof Loveleen said certificate course(s) in Spanish, French and German language were available with intake of 40 seats each. The last date for submission of online application forms for these three courses is October 21. Detail of courses and admission process is available on the MDU website Prof Loveleen said the course had tremendous career scope and increase employability opportunities for students.

INTACH honours regional winners

Ambala: The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Haritage (INTACH) Ambala Chapter, under Convenor Colonel RD Singh had conducted a National Heritage Painting Competition in December last year. It had a record participation of 151 students from 22 schools. The theme of the competition was 'Gandhi at 150'. There were over 12,000 entries from around the nation which were assessed at Delhi by an expert team from the INTACH, Delhi Head Office. Two children from Ambala — Meenal Jain, a Class VII student of Convent of Sacred Heart and Yash Patti, a Class VIII student of SD Vidya School — were declared regional winners, among the Top 105 students. Colonel RD Singh presented trophies and certificates to these children on Monday. Meenal Jain had also won the second prize in the online inter-school heritage quiz held by the Ambala Chapter.

Event on nutrition management

Hisar: Speaking at a function organised on the occasion of the Nutrition Management Farming Day by a nutrition company Cytozyme, USA, at village Dabra here on Tuesday, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University Vice-Chancellor Samar Singh said the present era was very competitive and in such circumstances, it was important for farmers to adopt modern technologies to survive in the international market. The VC said ordinary farmers could not afford storage of grains and expensive technology and thus could store their goods by adopting latest techniques and by creating a producer group so that when the grains are at a good price in the market, they can sell them. Singh called upon the farmers to adopt agricultural diversification instead of traditional farming, in which the business of vegetables and horticulture as well as animal husbandry and dairy farming could be pursued. This will increase the farmers' income and make them prosperous. He called upon the farmers to promote organic farming and asked them to minimise the use of chemical fertilisers. He also visited the fields where nutrition package had been adopted for paddy crop in Dabra village during this period.

Faculty development programme

Faridabad: The Department of Civil Engineering of JC Bose University of Science and Technology here in collaboration with REC Ambedkar Nagar (UP) is organising TEQIP-III, a five-day faculty development programme, on "Safety engineering". As many as 115 participants from various colleges across the country will participate in the programme. The programme was inaugurated by Registrar SK Garg. Congratulating the department for conducting the programme on safety engineering, which is an essential aspect nowadays, he said construction was an important sector where safety, health and environment were important for improving efficiency of workers and avoiding accidents. A little investment in safety equipment will prevent accidents or loss of human life, he added. Senior advisor at the Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) here and senior auditor of safety health and environment BR Chauhan stressed the need of avoiding various health hazards due to electrical faults, welding faults, dust, garbage and construction equipment failure at sight. Regular safety checking of equipment and following of safety codes is necessary to avoid accidents. The safety team in the construction and industrial sector is essential for regular monitoring of safety guidelines. Safety Head in Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Ltd Amarjeet Singh Ahluwalia discussed safety initiatives in the construction sector.

from The Tribune

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