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Saturday, 14 November 2020

Online certificate course concludes

Karnal: Two-week online certificate course on "communication skills" was concluded at Dyal Singh College. The programme was inaugurated by Prof Tejinder Sharma, chairman, department of commerce, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra on October 30. Addressing participants from all over India and abroad, Prof Tejinder Sharma said that communication skills played a vital role in an individual's life. Prof Sharma urged the participants to make use of the course to enhance their communication skills ndash; both oral and written.

KU gets copyright of 'Kulgeet'

Kurukshetra: The 'Kulgeet' of Kurukshetra University has been given the copyright by the Copyright Office, Government of India. On this achievement, the Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Prof Som Nath Sachdeva, said, "It is a matter of pride for the university as Kulgeet is a symbol of pride for students, teachers, alumni and employees of any university." He further said Kurukshetra University was the oldest university in Haryana with A+ ranking by NAAC. Prof Som Nath congratulated head, department of music and dance, Prof Suchishmita and her entire team for this achievement. The Kulgeet of the KU is directed by Prof Shuchismita Sharma, with vocal composition and singing by Prof Shuchismita and Dr Manish. Dr Vibha Aggarwal, Dr Dinesh Dadhichi and Dr CDS Kaushal have played important roles in lyric writing. The Director, Public Relations, KU, Prof Brajesh Sawhney, said the Kulgeet of Kurukshetra University, 'Vedabhoomi, this Karmabhoomi" will now be sung and played before the official programmes of the KU and its affiliated colleges.

Diwali card-making contest

Yamunanagar: Under the aegis of the department of history of MLN College, Radaur, Diwali car-making competition was held online in which students participated enthusiastically. Out of the 39 entries received, the team of judges comprising Dr Richa Sikri, Prof MD Aggarwal and Prof Pinki judged Diwali cards from various parameters. The card made by Meenu of BA-second year was adjudged the best. Mohit, a student of BA-second year bagged the second prize. Swati was declared the third.

KUK introduces new courses

Kurukshetra: The New Education Policy focuses on developing creative potential and holistic development of students by improving their cognitive capabilities. University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, has taken the lead in introducing new courses in emerging areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning, data science, internet of things (IoT), cyber security, blockchain for the B-Tech students for the award of honours degree with specialisation/minor degree.

from The Tribune

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