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Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Law Dept to be Centre of Excellence

Sirsa: Chaudhary Devi Lal University's faculty of law has added another feather to its cap as it has been selected to be developed as a centre of excellence in research and higher education by the Haryana State Higher Education Council. Providing this information during the online alumni meet, Prof Dr JS Jakhar, Dean, Faculty of Law shared the previous achievement and future vision regarding the law department being developed as a centre of excellence. This department is the epicentre of legal education in the region. Faculty members and students have conducted many legal aid camps in various village panchayats of the Sirsa district. Many alumni of the law department have been selected as judges, public prosecutors or have earned- their names as an advocate. Students of the department have also won national-level moot court competition. For developing and maintaining this infrastructure, the department demands technical and library staff from the university. To boost the research environment a research journal will also be started.

Virtual lecture on happiness

Rohtak: Eminent happiness coach and MDU IMSAR alumnus Mehak Sharma in a special lecture on "Power of thoughts and emotional wellness" organised by the Dean, Students' Welfare Office of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), said the power of positive thought could lay the foundation of a successful career and happy life and prepare the futuristic roadmap of career with proper planning and positive thinking. She spoke on the importance of emotional wellness. In her address, Sharma said instead of getting influenced by one's peer group, students must focus on their own strength and aptitude to take decision about their career goals. She advocated action-oriented lifestyle and pro-social behaviour.

Prof assigned additional charge

Sirsa: The Vice-Chancellor of Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa, Professor Rajbir Singh Solanki has assigned the additional charge of Deputy Controller of examinations to Professor Surender Singh, chairman of the commerce department. Professor Surender said he would perform his duties with utmost sincerity. Earlier, Dr Amit Sangwan, faculty member from the department of journalism and mass communication looked after this additional charge.

from The Tribune

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