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Students shine in exams


Kaithal: Students of RKSD College from various streams secured meritorious positions in the results of exams conducted during December 2019. Principal Sanjay Goyal said in MSc Mathematics (semester I), Sunaina secured first rank and Swati and Anup secured seventh rank in the university exams. In BCom (Insurance semester I) Piyush and Gaurav got fourth and sixth rank respectively. In MA English semester III, Rashmi secured seventh rank. In BCom semester I, Sonam bagged eighth place in the university. President Saket Mangal and Principal Sanjay Goyal congratulated the meritorious students for their success and appreciated faculty members for their guidance to the students.

Education min delivers lecture

Kurukshetra: Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gujjar delivered a lecture on new possibilities in higher education after Covid, at an event organised by Kurukshetra University. “Keeping in view the present situation of the Covid pandemic, all the universities of the state should contribute in starting courses that can increase employment opportunities for the students of Haryana. Adjoining Delhi, Haryana sees immense potential in the field of tourism and startups. In such a situation, universities can play an important role in self-sufficiency during this time of Covid,” he said. He further added that the basic mantra of self-reliance has been given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the people of the nation to deal with the pandemic. This mantra will develop the country and the nation will get a new identity at the international level. Vice Chancellor Dr Nita Khanna said under the efficient leadership of the state government, the state is continuously establishing new dimensions in the field of education, research and culture.

Webinar on IoT concludes

Hisar: A webinar series on “Internet of Things (IoT)” jointly organised by the Department of ECE and Training & Placement Cell, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, concluded successfully. It was the third session of the series, in which students experienced live demonstration of device control through IoT Cloud. At the end, an online test was also conducted to assess the knowledge gained by the students and to examine the participants who participated actively throughout the webinar series. Sandeep Kumar, Managing Director of Preltex Solutions Pvt Ltd, Hisar, was the expert speaker for the entire series. In the concluding session, the concepts of machine to machine communication and practical demonstration of IoT technology using Cloud was presented by him. Prof Deepak Kedia, Chairperson, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, motivated the students to make maximum use of IoT in providing solutions to problems of a common man.

YMCA Admission schedule out

Faridabad: JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, here has released its admission schedule for all undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) courses for the academic year 2020-21 and invited online application forms through university portal. Last date for the submission of online application form for UG courses will be July 31 and for PG courses, July 20. This year, the university has introduced more science and engineering courses at PG level. Admission to all BTech courses will be done only through online off-campus counselling conducted by the Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) under the Haryana Technical Education Department. Besides, admission to all other UG and PG courses will be done at university level. The university has also launched admission helpline number 88263-50209 and an e-mail ID ([email protected]) for inquiries related to admission. The admission brochure with all information related to eligibility criteria, number of seats and schedule for entrance test can be seen and downloaded from the university website


Webinar on art and media

Faridabad: The Department of Liberal Arts and Media Studies of JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, here organised a webinar on ‘Art of digital media production’ as a part of ongoing webinar series with the title ‘Samvaad’. Dr Paramveer Potiala from Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, and Suresh Verma from Jamia Milia Islamia University, New Delhi, were the expert speakers in the webinar. The session was presided over by Chairperson of the Department Dr Atul Mishra, who welcomed the invited speakers. The session was moderated by Assistant Professor (JMC) Dr Sonia Hooda. Addressing the session, Verma shared his experience with the students and answered some common queries of the students on writing a compelling script in the digital age. Dr Paramveer talked about different phases of development of camera devices. He elaborated various camera shots and angles, besides, art and skills involved in it.

Students apprised of pandemic

Yamunangar: Mukand Lal National (MLN) College, Radaur, organised a one-day national webinar on “COVID-19 pandemic focusing on environment and immunity”. Dr Deepak Kaushik, Officiating Principal of the college, said as many as 108 scholars participated in the webinar. He said Dr Amarjeet Singh, Associate Professor of Botony, Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar, Shiv Kumar, Nodal Officer, Haryana Yoga Parishad, Yamunanagar, and Vijay Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department Of Microbiology, Kurukshetra University, were the chief speakers. He said they enlightened the participants on the mechanism of coronavirus and its effect on environment and the methods to strengthen immune system to counter the deadly virus.


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