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In brief

Wednesday, 26 December 2018 | Agencies

online internship fair

Internshala has launched an online internship fair for degree students from tier-II cities. The initiative is to create awareness on internships and to bring opportunities closer to the students.

The online internship fair is a nine-day internship drive which will be live from December 19-27, 2018.

The drive brings exclusive internship opportunities for the students pursuing BBA, BCom, BA, BSc and similar degree courses in tier-II cities like Jaipur, Indore, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, and many more.

Through this drive, students will get an opportunity to intern with a company for two-six months and earn a stipend of up to `10,000 per month.

For more details visit: https://internshala.com/internships-in-your-city.

Int’l Colloquium

Amrita’s UNESCO chair in Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment and the Centre for Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality at the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham hosted a three-day first ever International Colloquium for Women’s Empowerment in partnership with the United Nations Democracy Fund Women Empowerment team at Amritapuri campus, Kollam.

It was decided that the Israeli Consulate of India will assist the Sustainability Development Officer (SDO)-Pilot, CWEGE in launching a new position for key women in a community to protect, monitor and report on natural resources especially water and waste management.

In addition to international delegates, more than 90 women from 21 villages across 18 States in India joined the discussions and celebrated the successful completion of a joint-project.

Fashion Show organized

Khazani Women’s Vocational Institute organised — Fashion Fiesta — as part of its annual curriculum, at Talkatora Stadium. The creations were showcased under 13 categories — from casual to formal executive wear, wedding attires to club wear.

The show was a platform for the students to showcase their creative talent, while creating a bridge between the students and commercial markets.

Bijendra Chaudhary chairman-founder Khazani Educational Society said: “Women are ahead in every field and make them self-reliant. Women empowerment is a major contribution in the progress and advancement of the nation. Our focus is to make each girl of our institution self-reliant and give the wings to their dreams.”

new PG Diploma in Plant Protection

The Sharda University, Greater Noida, and Dhanuka Agritech Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to launch a one year Post Graduate Diploma in Plant Protection.

The students will be taught the theory, practical and business aspects of pests, diseases and weed problems of field and horticultural crops and their management at the university. They will also be given a two-month field training who will also pay a stipend and allowances to the students. The 15 students, after completion of course and evaluation process, will be placed on permanent roll of the company as frontline staff in BD or sales department as per the band and compensation structure of Dhanuka Agritech Limited.

The programme is a unique collaborative course depicting an Institute-Industry interface directed towards the growth of the agribusiness sector and at the same time addressing the unemployment problem in relation to the agricultural science graduates.

annual day

The Junior DPS celebrated its Annual Day — Sitare-The Shining Star — at Janakpuri Delhi Haat auditorium with the aim of promoting safe childhood, education in society and women empowerment.

The function included Talent Show, Ramp Walk, Group Dance, and Rapping by the students. Director and Founder of Junior DPS Vishwa Deepak Gupta extended a warm welcome to the dignitaries present. Students and teachers gave brilliant performances on relevant topics like yoga, Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao and gave awareness among the people present there.