The Hindi Department of Wazir Ram Singh Government College, Dehri, organised an online lecture on 'Modern Technology and Hindi'. Dr Ashith Kumar Mishra, Joint Director, Himachal Pradesh Department of Higher Education, and Balendu Sharma, Dadhich, Director, Indian Languages and Accessibility, Microsoft, were the programme's chief guest and expert speaker, respectively. The acting principal of the college, Dr Sanjay Pathania, welcomed the participants. Dr Mishra underlined the language's simplicity and ease of use, and took the initiative to connect Hindi with current technologies. While discussing many aspects of Hindi language and modern technologies, Dadhich said the biggest technical difficulty facing Hindi was the lack of awareness.
'Ayush Week' OBSERVED at college
An 'Ayush Week' is being observed at Solan Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Kumarhatti, under the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav programme. A virtual communication was established with the schoolchildren from classes I to XII of different schools. Information about various medical systems under Ayush was given to them. Programme coordinator Dr Sumi Sharma informed that the Indian traditional medicine system such as ayurveda, yoga, unani, siddha and homoeopathy falls under Ayush.
Bahra students get placements
As many as 11 students from the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Bahra University, got placed with the globally run elite hotel chains like The Oberoi, Taj , Radisson, Lemon Tree etc across the country during a placement drive. Vikesh Kashyap, head, Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, said the university always stands by its students. Dr BS Nagendra Prashar, Vice Chancellor, Bahra University, congratulated students and faculty.
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