Online training program held at Haryana Agricultural University: The Tribune India


Hisar: A one-day online training was held on Thursday at the Nehru Library of the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (HAU). The theme of the training was “Awareness and use of the anti-plagiarism software Urkand among professors and students of the PG”. University research director Dr SK Sehrawat called on participants to value quality in their research, avoid plagiarism and use anti-plagiarism tools. Librarian Dr Balwan Singh informed that this training was organized as part of the “Shodhshuddhi” (equity in research) program launched under various programs of the Ministry of Human Resources Development.

Cycling competition

Hisar: A cycling competition was organized by Indira Chakravarti Home Science College of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, (HAU) Hisar. The contest was organized by final year students from the college’s family resources department on the occasion of Green Consumer Day. Dr Kiran Singh said 300 participants had registered from different parts of the country. After registration, the cycling record was emailed via a mobile app.

E-Mausam SMS service on government website

Hisar: Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University’s e-Mausam SMS service, Hisar has also found its way into the Haryana government website. The Indian Agricultural Research Council (ICAR) has put the link for HAU’s e-Mausam mobile app on their web portal. Professor BR Kamboj, VC said it was a great pride for the university.

SSB Skills Course for NCC Cadets

Hisar: NCC 11, HAR BN-Bhiwani together with Banwari Lal Jindal Suiwala College, Tosham started SSB skills courses online. Group Commander Brig. Rohit Notiyal offered to organize free SSB skills courses for deserving NCC cadets from different colleges for which Col. Rajnish Mehta has been appointed as a nodal officer. 50 NCC cadets from various colleges in Haryana learn interview skills from Col. Bhasker Gupta, Chief Training Officer, Group Command Rohtak.

Inter-college quiz competition

Karnal: A district-level inter-college online quiz competition was held by the DAV PG College Red Ribbon Club. The quiz consisted of five rounds in which students from different colleges enthusiastically participated. DAV PG College, Karnal won the first position, while KVA DAV for Women College, Karnal, remained in second position and Pt Chiranji Lal Government College, Karnal, in third.

Physical science workshop

Kurukshetral: The Physics Department of Kurukshetra University organized a two-day workshop on innovation in physical sciences for different applications on the showcase through Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in collaboration with KUTIC. During the first day of the workshop, two guest lectures were given by Dr Kamaljeet Singh from the Institute of Geo-energy Eng, Heriot-Watt University, UK. He mentioned the role of geosciences and geoenergetic engineering for the energy transition. In the second lecture, Professor NG Sahoo FRSC, Head of the Center for Nanosciences and Nanotechnology, Department of Chemistry, DSB Campus, Kumaun University, Nainital spoke about the generation of graphene from different types of waste such as plastic waste, tires, agro-waste, etc. for different applications.

Training program

Faridabad: The Mechanical Engineering Department of JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad organized a one-week comprehensive training program on refrigeration and air conditioning for the benefit of students, technical staff and members of the faculty. The program is organized by the RAC workshop in collaboration with Daikin Air-conditioning India Pvt. Ltd (DAIPL). A center of excellence (CoE) in collaboration with Daikin Indian is also operational in the university.

Anti-polio campaign

Faridabad: JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, led a special polio campaign to benefit the children of construction workers residing on the university campus. The campaign, supported by nursing students from nearby hospitals, covered all children of construction workers up to the age of five. Professor VC Dinesh Kumar launched the campaign by administering polio drops to children and urged health teams to cover all families of construction workers residing at the university. He also praised the efforts of nursing students.

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