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PU centres to remain closed today to mark Banda Singh Bahadur birthday

Chandigarh: Institutions, regional and rural centres and affiliated colleges of Panjab University in Punjab will remain closed on October 16 on the account of 350th birth anniversary of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur. TNS

Results announced

Chandigarh: Panjab University announced results for MSc (Hons school zoology), fourth semester, BSc (Fashion an lifestyle technology), second semester, MA (Music instrumental-Tabla), second semester, pos stgraduate diploma in library automation and networking, second semester, masters in remote sensing and GIS, fourth semester, MPhil (Psychiatric social work), second year, MPhil (Clinical psychology), second year, MSc (Information technology), fourth semester, and MSc (Microbial biotechnology), fourth semester. TNS

Webinar dwells on NEP 2009/2020

Chandigarh: The Department of Computer Science and Applications, Panjab University, organised a webinar on “NEP 2009/2020: Open standards for interactive computing”. Prof VR Sinha, Dean (Research) and officiating Dean, University Instructions, PU, highlighted the mandate of NEP 2020, which will make the education system holistic and multidisciplinary and encourage the use of technology for effective teaching. TNS

PU Enactus team bags Rs50K grant

Chandigarh: “The Enactus team of Panjab University has once again brought fame to the institution by winning a grant of Rs 50,000 for its ‘Project Dhra’ and ‘Project Uday’,” said Prof Seema Kapoor, faculty advisor, Enactus team. Enactus Panjab University is a community of students using the power of entrepreneurial action to uplift underprivileged sections of society. The team in its endeavour to make bigger impact had applied for the KPMG Business Ethics Grant, 2020. Out of 58 Enactus teams nationwide that contested for the grant, the PU Enactus was selected among the top 10. TNS

Int’l conference website launched

Chandigarh: Panjab University has launched the website —www.icamse2021.weebly.com — for the International Conference on Aspects of Materials Science and Engineering to be held on March 5 to 6. All accepted papers of the conference will be published in Elsevier’s Scopus indexed journal “Materials Today: Proceedings”. Conference coordinator Dr Shankar Sehgal, also Managing Guest Editor of “Materials Today: Proceedings”, welcomed guests. He said more than 250 papers would be presented at the conference. TNS 

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