Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) issued the admission notification for various academic programmes of the University Teaching Department (UTD) and the Centre for Professional and Allied Studies, Gurugram, for session 2020-2021. MDU Vice Chancellor Prof Rajbir Singh formally released the prospectus and said the admission process would be completely online this session. MDU Registrar Prof Gulshan Lal Taneja said the details of programmes, admission process, etc will be available on www.mdu.ac.in. Notably, the registration process for academic programmes after Class XII will commence on July 15 and continue till August 7. The registration process for various PG courses will commence from July 24 and conclude on August 14.
Seminar on economy revival
Yamunanagar: “The recession in the global economy is a reality to be accepted which require understanding and adopting needonomics,” said ex-Vice Chancellor MM Goel, a needonomist professor retired from Kurukshetra University. He was delivering the keynote address at the international webinar on ‘Needonomics for the revival of global economy’ organised by Gurjar Kanya Gurukul Mahavidyala at Devdhar village of Yamunanagar. He said the global economy could be made consumer-friendly by adopting NAW (Need, Affordability and Worth) approach of the international marketing of goods and services. Eminent speaker from Afganistan Bahram Ramesh gave feedback.
Webinar on researchers’ funding
Hisar: The Directorate of Research, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, organised an international webinar on “International funding for young researchers-an opportunity”. More than 150 scientists and students participated in the webinar from across the country. Chief orator SK Sehrawat, research director, stressed that sources were drying up and we need to explore the international funding. International scientist Rajesh Jalota, senior environment officer, Department of Environment and Science based at Queensland, Australia, highlighted the various problems being faced by the researchers in the current scenario of climate change and other factors. He presented a lot of funding opportunities offered by various agencies from Australia, Europe and the US, etc.
Fee relaxation to GJUST students
Hisar: The Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (GJUST), Hisar, has decided to allow the promoted students to pay the semester fee in two instalments to avoid financial hardships amid Covid. In the first instalment, the students will pay continuation fee plus 50 per cent tuition fee and 50 per cent total examination fee and the annual charges of Rs 350. Development fund and other charges will not be charged in the first instalment. The University has waived the Internet fee amounting to Rs.200 for this year. This may reduce the first instalment to less than the 50 per cent of the semester fee. Further, there is also an option on the portal for those students, who want to pay full fee of the semester in single instalment. The schedule for payment of semester fee is up to August 7 without late fee instead of July 15 and with late fee of Rs 10 per day up to August 31.
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