Karnal: A two-day on-line college growth programme on the theme “High quality analysis in greater schooling: ethics and institutional cooperation” was organised by the Inside High quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and NAAC committee of RKSD School, Kaithal. Bhagwan Singh, Registrar, Kurukshetra College, chaired the session. Useful resource particular person Manoj Joshi, head, division of knowledge and library sciences, KUK, described ethics and its use in qualitative analysis as a very powerful factor. Analysis is the way in which to succeed in the reality, so whereas doing this, the established guidelines, coverage and legislation needs to be adopted in a impartial and scientific method. Bhagwan Singh described qualitative analysis as the necessity of the hour, and talked about the significance of coverage research and institutional help for it.
Webinar on Sikh Gurus’ teachings
Kurukshetra: “The ten Sikh Gurus’ custom created a brand new historical past in Medieval India. The actual tribute to the Gurus can be to learn about them and join them with our coronary heart and imbibe their teachings in our life,” Prof Kuldeep Chand Agnihotri, Vice Chancellor, Central College of Himachal Pradesh, mentioned this as a key speaker throughout a webinar on “Journey from Renunciation to Martyrdom: Guru Teg Bahadur”. The webinar was organised by the Panjabi division, Kurukshetra College, to mark the start of the 400th start anniversary celebrations of ninth Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur. Numerous individuals attended the webinar, together with students from the UK, Canada, US, Bulgaria, Japan, South Africa and Australia. In his tackle, Dr Jaspal Singh, former VC of Panjabi College, Patiala, mentioned: “We have to learn the symbols, photos and messages communicated in easy language of Guru Teg Bahadur’s Bani.” In her inaugural tackle, KU VC Nita Khanna mentioned the Bani of ten Gurus spreads message of brotherhood, love and peace amongst human beings and all types of life on earth.
Course on composite supplies
Faridabad: A weeklong on-line course on analysis and growth in composite supplies has begun at JC Bose College of Science and Know-how, YMCA, Faridabad. Collectively organised by the departments of mechanical engineering and physics and sponsored by TEQIP-III, as many as 275 individuals are attending the course. DK Aswal, director, CSIR-Nationwide Bodily Laboratory, New Delhi, was the chief visitor on the inaugural session. He confused upon the necessity for collective work by the federal government, academia, business and society for inclusive development of the financial system. He mentioned the elevated stability of the MSME sector in India was required to make financial system higher. Elaborating the idea of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, he mentioned it was a mission for which all need to work collectively on a standard platform. Vice Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar confused upon the necessity of interdisciplinary collaborations and significance of such programs in current instances. He mentioned the composite supplies had broad applicability in areas like aerospace and marine industries, medical tools and vitality harvesting, and due to this fact, the course would profit the massive vary of academicians.