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Saturday, 12 December 2020

Workshop on video resume

Hisar: A speakathon club under the mentorship of the Training and Placement Cell of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here organised a workshop on "Creating video resume" for the club members. Pankaj Chaudhary, Director, TIMES, Hisar, was the keynote speaker, while Pratap Singh Malik, Director, Training and Placement Cell, presided over the function. Pankaj Chaudhary talked about video resume, its need and how to frame it. He explained the process of creating a video resume in five steps. He said while preparing the script for an effective video resume, one should have proper introduction, body and conclusion of the script. In the introduction part, the candidate should mention his or her brief introduction. "In body of script, reason of the company hiring you should be explained and in the conclusion part, candidate should answer to the question that why he needs the job," he said. He mentioned that a good video resume should not be of more than 90 seconds.

CDLU Prof gets add'l charge

Sirsa: Chaudhary Devi Lal University Vice-Chancellor Prof RB Solanki has assigned the additional charge of Head of Legal Cell of university to Prof Ashok Makkar, Chairperson, Department of Law. Prof JS Jakhar, Dean, Faculty of Law, and other faculty members of the university congratulated Prof Makkar for the new assignment. Prof Makkar thanked the university administration for the new assignment and said he would perform the said additional duties with sincerity and would work for the upliftment of the university. Earlier Prof Makkar has performed the additional duties such as Assistant Registrar, Nodal Officer of Anti-ragging Cell and state public information officer of the university.

Date for special chance extended

Kurukshetra: The Kurukshetra University administration has given a special mercy chance for students of all UG/PG courses, including professional, diploma and certificate courses to improve marks and clear reappear, as per the direction of KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Som Nath. The KU spokesperson said the UG and PG courses, including professional, diploma and certificate courses (semester/annual exam), students between sessions 1998-99 to 2010-11 could fill the examination form with general examination fee of Rs 1,500 along with an additional fee of Rs 25,000. At the same time, the students of the session 2011-2012 can fill the examination form with an additional fee of Rs 20,000 along with the normal fee of Rs 1,500. He said the interested students could apply for it by December 21. For more information, students can get information from the university website.

five-day training programme

Hisar: Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University here organised a five-day training programme for SC and ST women to make them self-reliant and help them to establish self-employment opportunities. The training programme was organised in the Saina Nehwal Institute of Agriculture Technology, Training and Education, of the university in collaboration with the Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes at Sirsa Road here. Co-Director (Training) of the Institute Dr Ashok Godara said self-employment oriented training was needed for the hour. He said after getting training there, women could increase their income by setting up small scale industries at domestic level. He said the five-days training would be imparted for testing of fruits, vegetables and value added products of food grains in the institute. Dr Shashi Kumar Bhatia said fruits and vegetables were the main source of vitamins and minerals which were also integral source of our daily diet. Dr DK Sharma shared detailed information about the equipment being used in processing of fruits and vegetables. Training Convener Dr Surendra Singh said during the programme, all types of information regarding the process of drying pickles, jam, candy, squash, chutney, jam, tomato sauce, fruits and vegetables would be given to the participants.

teachers' assn felicitates new VC

Kurukshetra: The Kurukshetra University Teachers Association (KUTA) organised a reception for KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Som Nath in RK Sadan. The Vice-Chancellor said he along with his team would make all out efforts to make KU a center of excellence. New courses will be started in the areas of artificial intelligence and skill development to assure self-reliance among the youth. Kurukshetra University will also take meaningful steps to establish new dimensions in the field of research. On the occasion, Dr Sanjeev Sharma, Registrar, said the coming year was full of challenges, but the teachers would work to enhance the ranking of the university with their hard work and dedication. Welcoming the Vice-Chancellor, KUTA president Dr Parmesh Kumar said under the leadership of the Vice-Chancellor, the university would progress in every field.

from The Tribune

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