Faridabad: The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has granted the status of ‘Mentor institute’ to the JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, to assist close by technical institutes in reaching high quality parameters equivalent to NBA accreditation. The college will function the mentor to information and disseminate data underneath the ‘Margdarshan scheme’ of the AICTE. The chief coordinator, Prof Vikram Singh, stated the intention of the scheme was to conduct school improvement programmes, national-level workshops, visitor lectures and different actions for the technical upliftment of member establishments in phrases of instructing studying course of. The council has additionally sanctioned a grant of Rs 45 lakh to mentor these institutes for a period of three years.

Karnal lad excels in bodybuilding

Karnal: Pushkar Tondon, a Class VIII scholar at Pratap Public School, Sector-6, Karnal, has received the primary prize in a bodybuilding championship organised by the Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Association. He was given a memento. Principal Puja Waalia Mann wished him luck for the long run.

Workshop on gender sensitivity

Kurukshetra: The KU Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) organised a one-day workshop on ‘Gender sensitivity and prevention of sexual harassment’. Vice-Chancellor Som Nath Sachdeva was the chief visitor. He stated the college had formulated a coverage towards sexual harassment at office, which had been authorised by its government council. “We are committed to providing a safe environment to our girl students and women staff,” he added.

Covid vaccination drive at DAV School

Ambala: Staff members of DAV Public School have been administered Covid vaccine. Dr Seema Dutt thanked the administration and Dr Sunil Sadiq, director of Mission Hospital, Ambala City, for the well timed help.

Talk on outcome-based training

Hisar: The division of laptop science and engineering, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, organised a one-day workshop on “Outcome-based education (OBE) framework”. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Tankeshwar Kumar, stated the imaginative and prescient and mission of any institute ought to be based mostly on values. He stated the brand new training coverage advocates final result and value-based training.

MoU inked to determine Chair

Kurukshetra: Srimad Bhagavad Gita Study Centre and Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Moka, Mauritius, have signed an MoU to determine sustainable peace and Bhagavad Gita KUK Chair at Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Mauritius. The intention is to advertise and propagate the teachings of Bhagavad Gita. The MoU was given the ultimate nod on the educational council assembly held underneath the chairmanship of KU Vice-Chancellor Som Nath Sachdeva. He stated the MoU would play an vital function in selling instructing, analysis and improvement within the fields of Indian ideas and philosophy. 



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