Kurukshetra: In a recent scientific development, scientists working in the field of pharmaceutical sciences, toxicology, cancer biology and medicinal pharmacology at Kurukshetra University and Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University have been successful in publishing a paper in prestigious international journal Seminars in cancer biology. The journal is dedicated to keeping scientists informed of recent developments in the field of molecular oncology from the underlying genetic and molecular causes of cellular transformation and cancer to the molecular basis of potential therapies.
Five students get placements
Hisar: Five students of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar have been selected in the e-campus placement drive of Noida-based Veersa Technologies organised by the training and placement cell of the university. Prof Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice-Chancellor and Prof Avnesh Verma, registrar of the university congratulated the selected students, including Chandani Garg, Jyoti, Neha Sangwan, Ankit and Pushpender of CSE 2021 passed out batch.
Second vaccination camp
Kaithal: The second Covid vaccination camp was organised by the administration and the NSS units of RKSD College, Kaithal, here in the main auditorium. It was inaugurated by Civil Surgeon, Kaithal, Dr Shailender Mamgain Shelly, treasurer governing body Shyam Bansal and principal Sanjay Goyal. A total of 316 of Covishield and 120 doses of Covaxin were administered.those who were vaccinated were largely students of the college, staff of the affiliating institutions, their families and residents of the city.
Online edu for marginalised kids
Gurugram: M3M Foundation, the philanthropic arm of M3M Group together with Aide-et-Action, an international development organization, has successfully been running the iMpower programme to ensure online education of marginalised children in Gurugram. The education division of the foundation is thriving and the iMpower programme is being taken up by volunteers and facilitators at the five labourer camps of M3M construction sites in Gurugram. Each iMpower club has created its own WhatsApp group, wherein the facilitators and the children connect every day to guarantee that continuous education is imparted to those marginalised children. "This initiative is ensuring that the children, no matter what their financial or social status is, should get the education they deserve nonetheless, amidst this pandemic situation," said Dr Payal Kanodia, Trustee, M3M Foundation.
Admission begins at skill varsity
Palwal: The state government owned Shri Vishwakarma Skill University (SVSU) has started the admission process for academic session 2021-22 for various skill courses. Applicants have been invited to apply for their choice of course between July 15 and September 15. Dean Academic Jyoti Rana said students could take admission in various skill courses offered by the faculty of engineering and technology. VC Raj Nehru said all courses were based on the concept of earn while learn model, where students get stipend along with studies. While the updated information has been made available on the university website, applicants can also contact the toll free helpline of 18001800147.
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