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Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Faculty development programme

Rohtak: Technological innovations to facilitate human welfare was the need of the hour, said Rajbir Singh, Vice Chancellor, MDU, while inaugurating the five-day online faculty development programme on 3D printing and design, being organised by the University Institute of Engineering amp; Technology, Rohtak. The programme is sponsored by the AICTE Training and Learning Academy. He said technological interventions were needed to combat the pandemic. The Vice Chancellor said innovations and start-ups were crucial for the growth of the self-reliant Indian economy. He lauded the efforts of the UIET in organising the programme.

Rahul Rishi, Director, UIET, and Vineet Kumar, Dean, Faculty of Engineering amp; Technology, also spoke on the occasion. Programme coordinator Deepak Chhabra threw light on the themes of the programme. Faculty member Ravinder Sahdev proposed the vote of thanks.

MDU extends date to submit forms

Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) has extended the last date for submission of online forms for admission to certificate, diploma and advanced diploma programmes in university teaching departments (UTD) and MDU-CPAS (Gurugram) for the session 2020-21 to December 15. MDU Registrar Gulshan Lal Taneja said candidates, who had submitted the online application form earlier, but could not upload the supporting documents, may also update the admission forms up to December 15. Details of the programmes are available on MDU website.

Needonomics principle discussed

Kurukshetra: An online inter-school event 'Businessopolis-2020' was organised, in which former Vice Chancellor MM Goel, who retired from Kurukshetra University, said, "Keeping in view the resource crunch in the economy, the conspicuous consumption at micro and macro levels has to be stopped." Principal Rajee N Kumar delivered the welcome address and presented citation on the achievements of Prof Goel. The principle of needonomics (economics of needs) can reduce the socio-economic problems of the country to a considerable extent, said Prof Goel. 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' could be a success story by adopting needonomics, which is ethical, non-violent and spiritual in nature, he said.

e-admission for PG courses

Chandigarh: The online admission to postgraduate courses (PG) in all government, aided and self-financing colleges will commence from Tuesday. The last date to apply is December 7. The documents will be verified from November 27 to December 10. The merit list will be displayed on December 14, while the validity of merit list and the time for submission of fee will be from December 14 to 18. The display of waiting list and physical counselling at colleges for the remaining vacant seats will start from December 21.

from The Tribune

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