EDUCATION NOTES

GJUST alumnus gets gold award

GJUST alumnus gets gold award

Sonal Dahiya, an alumnus of the department of communication management and technology, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, has received the ENBA Gold Award.

Hisar: Sonal Dahiya, an alumnus of the department of communication management and technology, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, has received the ENBA Gold Award. Sonal has received the award in 'Travelling coverage' section for coverage of the 'Suraj Kund' Faridabad fair. Prof Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice- Chancellor and Prof Avnesh Verma, Registrar of the university, congratulated Dahiya and the department for this achievement and said the alumni were brand ambassadors of the university. If they perform well, the university feels proud. Sonal's achievement has proved that students from rural areas can also do better in the field of journalism.

KU plan for NEP-2020 approved

Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University (KU) has prepared the roadmap for the implementation of the New Education Policy(NEP) 2020. The Institutional Development Programme (IDP) 2022-2027 was finalised for the implementation of the New Education Policy 2020 at a meeting of executive council chaired by KU VC Prof Som Nath Sachdeva. “With the New Education Policy, India will emerge more firmly on the world education scenario

Counselling session conducted

Hisar: The directorate of students welfare (counselling and placement cell) of the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University (HAU) organised a counselling session for students to motivate them for preparing for the civil services examinations. The director, students welfare (DSW), Dr Devender Singh Dahiya, informed that the event was organised under the aegis of the National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP). He said the Indian Forest Service (IFS) and alumnus of the university Dr Sunil Dhaka gave tips to the students about the mode of preparations for the civil services.

Jab drive on Mullana campus

Ambala: A Covid-19 vaccination drive was organised for residents of Mullana and Ambala on the MM(DU) Campus, Mullana. During this drive, 950 persons of different age groups were vaccinated with “Covishield” vaccine. On this occasion, the Chancellor of the university, Tarsem Garg, stated that this vaccination drive was a humble contribution by MM Group of institutions to build a healthy world around. The vaccination will definitely protect and enhance the confidence of people to fight against the deadly virus and curb the spread of the disease.

Covid awareness programme

Faridabad: Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh, organised a Covid-19 awareness programme. Keynote speaker MP Singh, chief warden civil defence and Coordinator, Covid-19 awareness programme, explained in detail the dos and don’ts that should be kept in mind regarding Covid and the latest SOPs issued by the government recently. Stating that the disaster management authority has also issued new guidelines regarding the maximum number of people at public places, he asked the students and the staff to remain vigilant and said the college officials should ensure checking of the body temperature of all at regular intervals and especially when one enters the college premises.

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