MDU-Rohtak signs a pact with the welfare company: The Tribune India


Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Haryana Welfare Society for Persons with Speech and Hearing Impairment (HWSPSHI) for collaborative work, joint study and research, training of hearing impaired students and hearing impaired. The MoU was signed by MDU Registrar Professor Gulshan Lal Taneja and HWSPSHI Organizing Secretary Seema Kharb in the presence of MDU Professor VC Rajbir Singh and HWSPSHI President Dr Sharanjeet Kaur.

MMDU obtains an A ++ rating from the NAAC

Ambala: Maharishi Markandeshwar (reputed to be academic), Mullana-Ambala, has been accredited with grade A ++ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. The NAAC assigns an A ++ rating to an institution that achieves a GPA of 3.51 and above. Chancellor Tarsem Kumar Garg said, “This milestone for the MM (DU) reflects the hard work and tireless efforts of all members of the MM family, including teachers, non-teaching staff, students and others. stakeholders. gratitude to all and hope that we will not only maintain this rating in the future, but also continue to work hard to improve our performance in academia, research and others. ”Prof. Harish Sharma, Vice-Chancellor, said this was the highest NAAC rating given to an institution based on various parameters.

Talk about health, hygiene

Faridabad: To commemorate the “Azadi ka Amritmahotsav”, a conference on “health and hygiene” was organized by the women’s cell of Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh. Dr Nupur Aggarwal, Senior Consultant and Director, HOPE-IVF-Fertility and Gynae Clinic, spoke at length about personal hygiene and shattered myths related to the menstrual cycle. She advised the students to focus on a balanced diet and a proper nutritional diet to prevent anemia and malnutrition. She emphasized all aspects of health, including physical, mental and social well-being. She presented her point of view via PPT and cited examples from everyday life to make the speech interesting and engaging.

Rohtak doc for teaching UK students

Rohtak: Dr Sameer Aggarwal, former professor at Rohtak, PGIMS, has been selected as clinical tutor for teaching endocrinology at the University of South Wales in England. Dr Aggarwal, MD in Endocrinology from AIIMS, New Delhi, will provide online education for postgraduate degree students in Endocrinology. According to an official statement, he is the only Indian professor of medicine selected for the post.

Industry Interaction Program

Hisar: The Industry Interaction Program (IIP) Training and Placement Club in collaboration with the Center of Bio and Nanotechnology Department of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, organized a program of ‘interaction with industry on the topic of’ Career Advice for Bio and Nanotechnology Department ‘. The main speaker of the program was Dr Gopal Jee Gopal, Assistant Professor at UKA Tarsadia University. Pratap Malik, Director (internships ), chaired the program.

Poster design contest

Yamunanagar: The 27th Inter-Institutional Poster Design and Slogan Writing Competition was held at Guru Nanak Khalsa College. These competitions were organized on the theme of blood donation. The main guest of the program, the director of the university, Dr (Major) Harinder Singh Kang, said that there is no substitute for blood and therefore there is a need to raise public awareness about donation. of blood. Program organizer Professor Balkishan said Manisha Khanna, Divisional Child Protection Officer, Dr Manisha Iyer and Dr Ravindra Inder were present in the jury.


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