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Thursday, 28 January 2021

2-week refresher course ends

Hisar: A two-week interdisciplinary refresher course titled 'quantitative biology' has concluded under the aegis of the human resource development centre, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar. Registrar Avnesh Verma was the chief guest of the valedictory function. He said quantitative biology was a unique paradigm shift in the area of biology for being an analytical study. He envisioned the teachers to be interdisciplinary in approach and try to explore different biological structures within the boundaries and out of boundaries.

National Voters' Day observed

Rohtak: National Voters' Day was observed at Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) on Monday with Vice Chancellor Prof Rajbir Singh administering the oath on the occasion. The VC said enlightened voters were essential for democracy. Students, who are 18 or above, must enroll as voters and participate in the democratic process. He said casting a vote was necessary to strengthen democracy. The VC urged the students to feel pride in India's democracy.

President's Medals for KU alumni

Kurukshetra: Two alumni of Kurukshetra University, Navdeep Singh Virk (IPS), Additional Director General Police, Haryana, and Sandeep Khirwar, Additional Director General Rohtak rage, have been conferred the President's police medal for their distinguished service. KU Vice-Chancellor Som Nath Sachdeva congratulated Navdeep Singh Virk and Sandeep Khirwar for their noteworthy achievement. "We are proud of our alumni who have done exemplary service to the nation and brought laurels to the entire KU fraternity." While Navdeep Singh Virk did this Master of Business Administration from KU, Sandeep Khirwar did his Bachelor's of Law from the university.

Tricolour hoisted at F'bad varsity

Faridabad: The JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad celebrated the Republic Day with patriotic fervour. Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Kumar hoisted the Tricolour on the university premises and took the salute of march-past by the security officials, NCC cadets and NSS volunteers of the university and addressed the gathering. The VC highlighted the importance of the day and recalled the contributions of the national leaders in the early post-independence period, who worked extensively in framing the Constitution of India. He said they all needed to work for the attainment of the goals laid down by the Constitution. He urged the students to follow the path kindled by the great leaders of the nation.

Y'nagar polytechnic marks R-Day

Yamunanagar: Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla, celebrated the Republic Day on the campus of the institute. Principal Anil Kumar Budhiraja hoisted the national flag on the occasion and congratulated the staff and students. The Principal said usually the event was celebrated with great pomp and show but this year due to the pandemic, it was celebrated by following all Covid norms. On the occasion, he advised the students to improve their skill as many companies were switching their venture from China to India and they had better prospects in future.

Nat'l Girl Child Day observed

Yamunanagar: NSS volunteers and Women's Cell of Guru Nanak Khalsa College observed the National Girl Child Day. On the occasion, college students were informed online about a balanced diet by Dr Jaswinder Kaur and Dr Neena Puri. Principal of the college Dr Harinder Singh Kang said there was no difference between boys and girls these days. He said the government was also giving more help for girls to educate them. The college management committee's Bhupinder Singh Jauhar and Principal Kang congratulated the students on the National Girl Child Day.

Webinar on start-ups held

Faridabad: The incubation cell and innovation cell in association with the IQAC department of the DAV Institute of Management organised a webinar titled as "Power house to your dream" for the first-year students of MBA and MCA and final-year pupils of all undergraduate courses recently. Rajesh Kashyap, founder and corporate trainer of Nityavasu Learnings, not only gave the students an insight of the strategies to turn their dreams into reality, but also discussed the approaches for a successful entrepreneurship by planning and prioritising the tasks at hand.

School celebrates Republic Day

Karnal: Keeping the patriotic fervour alive, Pratap Public School celebrated 72nd Republic Day. The school remodeled the celebration by following all restrictions and protocols as the nation is still reeling from the effects of the pandemic. The event commenced with the hoisting of Tricolour by the chief guest followed by the national anthem. The students pledged to uphold the honour and integrity of the nation.



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