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Tuesday, 13 October 2020

MDU's staff take Covid pledge

Rohtak: Senior functionaries of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) on Monday took the Covid-19 Jan Andolan pledge. MDU Registrar Prof Gulshan Lal Taneja, along with deans of faculties, statutory officers took the pledge to wear mask, follow physical distancing, and maintaining hand hygiene. Notably, the Covid Jan Andolan pledge was administered by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal through the online mode. Prof Taneja urged the university community to maintain constant caution and follow the Covid hygiene norms in right earnest.

MDU 6th sem exam from Oct 17

Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University will conduct undergraduate (UG) sixth semester examination of various academic programmes from October 17. MDU Controller of Examination Dr BS Sindhu informed that UG sixth semester examination of BA/BSc/BCom (pass), B.Com (vocational), BSW, BCA and BBA will be held both in offline as well as online mode (as per choice filled by the students). Date sheets of the examination are available on the MDU website.

KU VC administers oath to fight Covid

Kurukshetra: On the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chief Minister, Haryana, Manohar Lal, Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Dr Nita Khanna under the Jan Andolan against Covid-19 on Monday administered an oath to all officers, staff and students. Registrar Prof Bhagwan Singh Chaudhary, Dean Academic Affairs Prof Manjula Chaudhary, Dean Students Welfare Prof Anil Vashishta joined the VC in administering the oath to hundreds of teachers through Google meet. All the deans of faculties, statutory officers, faculty members took oath to spread awareness on Covid. Thousands of non-teaching employees also took oath in their offices. Thousands of students also took part in oath taking through Google meet

Nutritional donation drive

Faridabad: In the light of the Union Government's third Rashtriya Poshan Maah (National Nutrition Month), the occasion was celebrated as a three-day Nutritional Donation Drive - Samarpan, organised by the Student Welfare Department of DAVIM here recently. During the the Covid pandemic, the DAVIM family endeavoured to help those in need by providing nutritional food items like cereals, pulses and spices. Students, staff members and people living in the vicinity contributed in a large number for the noble cause. Dozens of cartons with food items collected at the end of the day were donated to Navjan Morcha Samiti-Tau Devi Lal Old Age Home, NIT 2 Faridabad.

One more chance for EIT students

Faridabad: To provide one more chance to the intermediate semester students of the Echelon Institute of Technology (EIT), Faridabad, to submit their reappear examination forms, the JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, has decided to accept examination forms of such students for even semester reappear exam from October 12 to October 26, 2020. This decision has been taken in compliance with the directions of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana, keeping in view the future of students. An official notice to this effect has also been issued by the university.

from The Tribune

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