International online workshop ends : The Tribune India

Karnell: The five-day international workshop on “Zero to Infinity” ended at Shaheed Udham Singh National College, Matak Majri, Indri. The speaker, Dr. Manmeet Rawat, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine Division of Gastroenterology, Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center, Penn State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA, shared his perspective on career opportunities in biotechnology and medical research. Satish Kumar, Director of Skill Traders LLP of Chandigarh, explained the soft skill requirements for the current market scenario. Startup and microfinance expert Kamaljeet discussed start-up and business management skills. Dr. Deepa Sharma, Assistant Professor of Physics, Department of Higher Education, spoke about her recent career-focused research project.

Birthday of Swami Vivekananda

Karnell: College of Horticulture, Nilokheri of Maharana Pratap University of Horticulture held an online environmental program to mark Swami Vivekananda’s birth week. The subject of the program was the National Youth Parliament for the Environment 2022 and the Leader of the Enabling Environment. Dr. Rajesh Bhalla, Dean of the College of Horticulture, was the chief guest of the session. Poster design and slogan writing competitions were also organised.

CUH organizes a youth parliament

Mahendragarh: Central University of Haryana (CUH) organized the National Youth Parliament for Environment 2022 in collaboration with Paryavaran Sanrakshan Gatividhi on the theme “Role of Individuals/Households in Adoption of Environmentally Friendly Conservation Measures “. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tankeshwar Kumar, emphasized the need to conserve nature for future generations.

Session on teaching the smart board

Faridadabad: Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh organized a five-day faculty development program to provide basic and practical training in uploading, downloading, locating and saving files to a smart board. The director, Dr Krishan Kant Gupta, said other technical issues were also discussed to dispel the doubts of faculty members. Faculty also learned to check answer sheets on phones and laptops. He said the college has promoted blended and flipped classroom learning and sessions like these are very helpful for faculty and students.

Students make creative videos

Panipat: St Mary’s Convent Secondary School has motivated pupils to make creative awareness videos about the spread of Covid and upload them to YouTube. School principal Kartik Abel said cases were increasing rapidly and it was the duty of every citizen to raise awareness about safety. Therefore, the school launched this campaign as a contest and the students with the highest number of viewers would be rewarded, he added.