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Monday, 11 January 2021

Principal scientist on expert panel

Hisar: Prof Surender S Dhankhar, principal scientist and former head of the agriculture meteorology, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, has been selected as one of the expert members in the newly reformed Commission for Weather, Climate, Water and Related Environmental Service Applications (SERCOM SC-AGR) of World Meteorological Organisation, Switzerland. As per the communiqueacute; received from Prof Roger Stone, chairman, SERCOM SC-AGR, WMO Headquarters, Geneva, Professor Dhankhar will contribute towards drought monitoring systems, outlooks, impacts, assessment of possible agricultural losses and preparedness in the WMO regions at the continental level. Prof Samar Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, congratulated Dhankhar on the achievement.

Online employability test

Kurukshetra: The University Institute of Engineering amp; Technology, Kurukshetra University, conducted an online employability test (AMCAT). It was evaluated by Aspiring Minds. Prof Som Nath Sachdeva, Vice-Chancellor, and Director, UIET, Prof CC Tripathi congratulated appreciated the initiative. Tripathi said the online test would not only help the students check their aptitude, verbal, logical and technical skills in the subject of their choice, but also helped them find suitable jobs. Training and placement convener Nikhil Marriwala said it was one of the largest online employability tests recognised by more than 700 companies nationwide.

Endocrinology body member

Rohtak: Dr Sameer Aggarwal, consultant endocrinologist and former professor at Pt Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, has been selected as a member of the early career committee of the International Society of Endocrinology (ISE). As per an official communiqueacute; issued by the ISE, Dr Aggarwal is among 12 specialists selected from various parts of the world for the committee membership. These specialists will work to facilitate pathways for career development opportunities for the upcoming endocrinologists, apart from promoting global research, exchange and training collaborations.

Talk on professional courses

Faridabad: The training department of DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad, recently organised a session on "Gaining competitive edge in career" for the first year students of BBA, BBA (CAM), BBA (BE) and BBA (II). Company secretary Vinit Sikka highlighted the importance of various professional courses. ''Mere graduation in this highly competitive time is not sufficient for an individual to survive and grow in the industry," said Sikka while discussing the nature of responsibilities of chartered accountants and company secretaries. Dr Anjali Ahuja, dean, training department, Dr Juhi Kohli, Dr Parul Nagi, Dr Dhrity Gulati, Kanika Duggal, Monika Khatri, Bhawna Khatri, Pooja Gour, Ashima Tandon, Harish Rawat, Hema Gulati and Reema Nangia attended the programme.

Livestock health awareness

Hisar: Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences organised a one-day livestock health awareness programme at the veterinary hospital, Rajli village, here. Extension education director of the university Dr Praveen Goyal and head of veterinary public health amp; epidemiology Dr Naresh Jindal also attended the event, which was organised under the ICAR's outreach programme on zoonotic diseases. Villagers were informed about measures to be taken for the prevention of diseases in animals.

Webinar on air pollution, health

Hisar: The department of alumni relations, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science amp; Technology, Hisar, organised a webinar on "Air Pollution and Health" on Friday. Prof Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, was the chief guest while Dr Avnesh Verma was the guest of honour. Professor Tankeshwar highlighted the importance of fresh air in life. He exhorted people to save the environment. Prof Suresh Jain said air pollution was a silent killer.

Jambheshwar varsity results out

Hisar: Guru Jambheshwar University of Science amp; Technology, Hisar, has declared the results of examinations conducted in March-May. Controller of Examinations Yashpal Singhla said the results of MTech (third semester-electronics and communication engineering) re-appear and mercy chance of the 2015 batch, MSc 4th semester (mathematics), 2018 batch, had been declared.

New model of Gurugram varsity

Hisar: Chief Minister Manohar Lal unveiled the new model of Gurugram University. Vice-Chancellor Markanday Ahuja said the new green campus was being built in Sector-87, Kankrola village, about 15 km from here. The master plan included administration block, auditorium, faculty house building, pharmaceutical science block, physiotherapy block, science block, law block, central library, innovation centre, athletics track, hostel and parking. The construction would be completed in the next three years.

HTET OMR sheets available online

Bhiwani: The candidates who had appeared for the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test -2020 conducted by the Haryana Board of School Education on January 2 and 3 can download their OMR sheets from the official website,, within 60 days starting from January 9. The prescribed fee for downloading is Rs 100.

from The Tribune

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