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Chaudhary Devi Lal University and Skill Development Council sign Memorandum of Understanding: The Tribune India



Sirsa: A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Chaudhary Devi Lal University (CDLU), Sirsa and the Skill Development Council. The Life Sciences Sector Skills Development Council (LSSSDC) working under the Ages of the Department of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship will begin an integrated skills certificate course as part of the MSc Biotechnology program. Prof Ajmer Singh Malik, VC, CDLU, said that with the introduction of NEP-2020, India is entering a new era of education and the university is taking the lead in the implementation of NEP 2020.

CUH VC releases a book

Mahendragarh: The book “Shaded justice and rights: People, power and pandemic” edited by Dr Pradeep Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Haryana Central University (CUH), Mahendragarh and Dr Aneesh V Pillai of the University of Science and Cochin Technologies, was published by Professor Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, CUH. On the occasion, Dr Pradeep Singh explained how the book filled in the gaps and adapted to the academic demands of human rights activists and researchers working in the field of law, medicine and social sciences.

Online admission date extended

Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University has extended the online application deadline for admission to various MA / MSc / MCom and Diploma and Certificate courses by order of KU Vice-Chancellor Professor Som Nath Sachdeva . KU spokesperson Professor Brajesh Sawhney said applicants can now apply for admission to MA / MSc / MCom courses without late fees until September 27. late charge. For details on viewing admission lists and detailed information in this regard, applicants can visit the university’s website www.kuk.ac.in, Prof Sawhney said.

Tulsi factories distribution drive

Faridabad: The Vasundhara Eco-club, the Environment Society and the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering of the JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad organized a campaign to distribute Tulsi plants two days at the university. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar kicked off the campaign by planting a Tulsi sapling. The VC has stated that Tulsi has been used as a medicinal plant for thousands of years in Ayurveda for its various healing properties.

39 participate in the poetry competition

Hisar: Indira Chakraborty Home Science College, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana University of Agriculture, Hisar, hosted an online poetry competition. No less than 39 participants registered for the poetry competition. Rahul got the first prize while Anu and Harshita got the second and third positions respectively.

Karnal lad gets the 10th rank

Karnal: Raj Kumar, a BCA VI semester student at DAV PG College, brought the laurel to the college by getting the 10th place with 82% of marks in the results of Kurukshetra Kurukshetra University (KUK) and the 1st place in the district.

Foundation day at JC Bose University

Faridabad: JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, recently celebrated its founding day by organizing various activities. Dinesh Kumar, VC, said the university, which began in 1969 as an Indo-German degree institute, known as the YMCA Institute of Engineering and upgraded to university level in 2009, completed its 52 years as an institution, and 12 years at university. Recalling the contribution and achievements made in various fields, Prof. Kumar said that the university has proven itself on different quality parameters in a very short period of time.

Refresher course organized

Hisar: A refresher course was held Thursday by the Department of Bio and Nanosciences at Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar. Professor Neeraj Dilbagi said during the inauguration of the refresher course that the importance of biological science is continuously increasing as it was realized during the Covid epidemic that biological science has immense research possibilities. Therefore, today, such research in the biological sciences was necessary to support human life.

MMDU shines in the NIRF ranking

Ambala: Adding another feather to his cap, Maharishi Markandeshwar (reputed to be an academic) came out stronger in the 2021 NIRF rankings which included MM Dental College (DU) at 34th, College of Pharmacy at 34th and College respectively. ranked 35th in India.



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