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Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Virtual talk show organised

Hisar: The training and placement cell of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, started a new student-centric programme "Udbhavana talk show", which will be a student's online interaction with experts. In the first edition of this programme, renowned Josh talk speaker, life-skill coach and social entrepreneur, CEO of the organisation, "The value transformers", Manjula Sularia from Chandigarh interacted on the topic, "understand and countering one's fear" with student show-hosts Shubhra Sharma and Nitya Chugh. Responding to the question regarding uncertainty in future due to the current pandemic, Manjula Sularia advised students that rather than complaining about this time at home, the students should try to make the best out of it. They should find out what they are passionate about, it may be a new skill, a new subject, or even an instrument and pursue their passion with all their heart. They should invest in developing personality and finding out new and innovative ways to tackle with the problem.

Techno-digital fest at JC Bose varsity

Faridabad: JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, organised a two-day techno-digital fest titled "digi-fiesta: The essence of virtual world". The fest, organised under the digital cell of the university, got an overwhelming response from more than 10 states across the country with 96 participating institutions and more than 1,500 entries. The fest concluded with a prize distribution ceremony. The prize distribution ceremony was presided over by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar and director of DigiTech Services Pvt Ltd. VN Jatwani was present as a guest of honour. Registrar Dr Sunil Kumar Garg, all deans and chairpersons were also present on this occasion. Vice Chancellor, Prof Dinesh Kumar appreciated all efforts made by the digital cell of the university, including vibrant student coordinators and faculty coordinators and suggested that such events should be organised regularly to bring out and showcase the hidden talent of students. He also emphasised the importance of digital initiatives taken up by the government for the masses.

from The Tribune

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