Fatehabad: Students from the Government College for Women in Bhodia Khera visited the ancient Harappan site of Rakhigarhi in Hisar district during an educational tour on Thursday. College principal Dr Hawa Singh said BA class students gained important historical information by visiting the site which was one of the greatest sites of Indus Valley civilization.
Animal breeding strategies
Karnal: A national conference on “Animal Breeding Strategies in the Age of Genomics and Phenomena” was organized by the Indian Society of Animal Genetics and Breeding and the National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources. Dr Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary (DARE) and CEO of ICAR, stressed the need for epi-genomic research to understand adaptability and other traits underlying animal productivity. He added that the contribution of the country’s animal genetic resources to improving farmers’ incomes was invaluable and that the native breeds were the assets for the future.
Maritime law course
Gurugram: Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University (SGT), Gurugram has announced the launch of an online certificate course in maritime law as part of its law school. Dr RK Mitra, the university’s pro-vice chancellor, said the course will last 12 weeks with 72 hours of online lessons from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. The course will be open to professionals, students, faculty members and government officials. Pranay Prakash and Yogita Jain, both assistant professors in the law school and coordinators of this online course, said maritime law is a body of laws, conventions and treaties that govern private maritime affairs and other matters. nautical matters, such as navigation or offenses committed in open water. The international rules governing the use of the oceans and seas are known as the law of the sea.
Online quiz competition
Karnal: An online quiz competition was organized by the Dyal Singh College business association in collaboration with the Jaipuria Institute of Management in which 130 students from all fields participated. The quiz competition was conducted by Rishi Chadha, Deputy Director of the Jaipuria Institute and was attended by Komal Kalra and Yashika, faculty members of the Department of Commerce. Dr Ashima Gakhar, Principal of Dyal Singh College, motivated all students to step in and participate. Dr Mukta Jain, Head of Commerce Department, also graced the occasion. Jatin of BSc, medical, third semester took first place, while Vijay Kumar of BSc, medical, third semester took second and Tarishi of BCom, honors, fifth semester, finished third and Nitika sharma of BCom , third half, was fourth. Those who have obtained the first four positions will take part in the next round of the quiz which will be held in January in Noida.
“Nature walk” program
Yamunanagar: The environment club of the self-funding department of Mukand Lal National College, Yamunanagar, organized a âNature Walkâ program for members of the environment club. They visited Herbal Park, Kaleshar Temple and Hathnikund Dam in Yamunanagar District. Dr Neeti Daryal, head of the self-financing department, said that at Herbal Park they were told about herbal remedies. She said the purpose of the visit was to educate students about nature. She added that such types of trips were a time requirement. Dr Rahul Khanna, principal officiant of the college, congratulated the club officials, Professor Sapana Garg and Dr Rohan Gupta.
Financial Planning Webinar
Faridabad: A nationwide webinar was organized by the Ministry of Commerce in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange (NSE) at Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh, on the topic âFundamentals of Financial Planningâ. According to Principal Dr Krishan Kant Gupta, students were educated on the issues of making money and investing it in the right place at the right time. He also said that if a proper strategy is adopted in time, the risk involved could be reduced and a profit could be ensured.
Shakespeare’s play staged at JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad
Faridabad: The Literature and Languages ââDepartment of JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, recently presented William Shakespeare’s famous play âA Midsummer Night’s Dreamâ at the Vivekananda Auditorium. The play was a fusion of magic, fairies and twisted love stories well performed by English masters students and conducted by assistant professor Bhuvnesh. Among the program participants were Prof. Atul Mishra, Dean of Liberal Arts and Media Studies, Prof. Komal Kumar Bhatia, Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics, Dr Divya Jyoti, Associate Professor of the Department. Students of English literature Chahat portrayed Hippolyta, Jigyasa played Titania while Jyoti, Riddhi, Deepak, Priyanka played the other major roles. Nikhil, Sidharth, Shreshtha from other departments were also part of the team. Shivani’s portrayal of “Puck” turned out to be the play’s most iconic performance. Technical support was provided by Sneha.