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Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Haryana Day celebrated

Rohtak: Vice-Chancellor of Maharshi Dayanand University Prof Rajbir Singh, in his virtual address on the occasion of Haryana Day on Sunday, said Haryana was a progressive state with glorious history, rich cultural heritage, and achievement galore in agricultural, industrial, sports and the education sector. This is a land of brave persons who have made immense contribution in the Freedom Movement of our nation as well as in defence forces. The VC highlighted the achievements and progress journey of the MDU in his address in the online Haryana Day programme organised by students' welfare office of the University. An entertaining cultural programme, featuring folk songs, folk dances of Haryana, and humorous performances was organised. The Director, Youth Welfare, Dr Jagbir Rathee, co-ordinated and conducted the cultural programme which was web-cast on the MDU's social media platforms.

Online training programme

Kurukshetra: Professor MM Goel, retired from Kurukshetra University, said, "We require minimalism to take care of our needs by using minimax strategy (minimising the possible loss) by decision rule as the worst case with professional ethics." He was addressing the participants of the second online short-term training programme (STTP) sponsored by AICTE at the Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology (PIET), Samalkha, concluded on Monday. His topic was "needonomics for sustainable development goals (SDGs) 2030". Dr Akhilesh Mishra programme coordinator delivered the welcome address. Prof Goel said there was a close relationship between decluttering and lifestyle-based on needonomics for reviving the economy suffering from recession and achieving SDGs. "We need to stop wastage of food and grains to ensure zero hunger," said Prof Goel.

Assistant registrar given farewell

Faridabad: The Staff Welfare Association of JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, organised a function to accord a warm farewell to Rajpal Singh, who retired from the post of assistant registrar in the academic branch of the university. Singh joined the YMCA Institute of Engineering on December 1, 1983 and rendered 37 years of continuous services at various university departments which include accounts, purchase and academic. He was given a warm farewell at a function organised in the university which was attended by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar, Registrar Dr SK Garg, faculty and staff members of the university. They wished him a healthy and prosperous post-retirement life.

Expert talk organised

Yamunanagar: Training and placement cell of Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar, organised an expert talk on "start creating your wealth from today-a step towards success in life". Rajinder Singh Vohra, coordinator, training and placement cell, introduced the speaker and presented the theme of the talk. The expert of the talk was Dr Amit Joshi, director, Guru Nanak Khalsa Institute of Technology and Management, Yamunanagar. He explained in detail about what was the appropriate time to start planning for creation of wealth, various strategies of wealth creation and importance of financial planning in the life of a person. Principal Dr (Major) Harinder Singh Kang, welcomed the speaker and Dr Alok Goyal, dean of Commerce faculty, extended a vote of thanks.

from The Tribune

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