Hisar: A week-long nationwide mega science festival “Vigyan Sarvatra Pujyate” is taking place at Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, attended by 360 students. On the third day, documentaries, animations and video art based on science and technology were presented to participants to facilitate and bring science learning to life. The lecturers explained the major milestones in the timeline of modern Indian science and technology. In this clip, Dr. Rupesh Kumar Chaubey, a renowned DRDO scientist, described DRDO’s involvement in science and presented its achievements. Dr. KC Bansal, former Director of the National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi, spoke about the milestones of innovations in modern plant science and technology.
The students congratulated
Rewari: The Department of Yoga Science at Indira Gandhi University (IGU) has congratulated its students who have qualified for the JRF/NET exam organized by the University Grant Commission (UGC). This year, 10 students from the yoga science department of the university passed this exam, of which two – Vikas Saini and Kaushilya qualified for JRF and eight – Sheetal, Sheela, Monika Chaudhary, Nikki Saini, Lokesh, Sayonara, Neeru , Khushboo , qualified for NET. Prof. SK Gakhar, Vice-Chancellor and Prof. Pramod Bhardwaj, Registrar congratulated the students for this achievement and also praised the faculty of the department for helping and motivating the students.
JC Bose University to promote research
Faridabad: The Vice Chancellor of JC Bose University, Prof. Sushil Kumar Tomar has expressed his commitment to promoting the research-driven ecosystem in the university. While interacting with representatives of the university’s alumni association, Dr. Tomar said that researchers would have more opportunities to conduct quality research in emerging technological areas. The Vice-Chancellor applauded the alumni association’s idea of promoting university-industry ties and conducting industry-oriented research. Stating that he was also an ardent researcher, Tomar said that he is of the view that research should be solution-oriented and should benefit society.
Business Ethics Webinar
Ambala: The Commerce Department of Gandhi Memorial National College, Ambala Cantt, held a one-day nationwide webinar chaired by the Principal of the college, Dr. Rajpal Singh, on the topic of “Professional Ethics”. About 125 participants participated in the webinar. Presiding over the program, Principal Dr. Rajpal Singh, while welcoming the chief guest, said that in addition to rights, it was also relevant to talk about duties. According to him, in the professional field, ethical considerations can be analyzed either from an individual point of view or collectively. The program manager, Dr. Suman, highlighted the main points. Dr. VK Jain, Head of Department of Commerce, highlighted the academic achievements and experiences of the main guest and shared his views on the subject with everyone.