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Wednesday, 02 March 2022 | PNS

ICANI a Unique Industry Mixer

The Design Village (TDV) has organised ICANI Industry Mixer, 2 days flagship event that hopes to jumpstart the Creatives movement for the region. The event aimed to bring seasoned professionals and aspiring students together to establish an unbiased forum of discourse.

Tushar Kaladharan, mentor and facilitator at The Design Village, says "The developing world needs a new direction in design education and the seeds are being sown right here at this unique community of designers, makers and deliberators, for a brighter tomorrow. The ICANI Industry Mixer is an incubated effort to expand their avenues. "

The two-day events featured a mix of multidisciplinary professionals from a variety of fields like advertising, mental healthcare and the diverse segments within the design industry. The students opened up to a more pragmatic dialogue on positioning, jobs, internships and fears of exploitation, choosing a stream or being interdisciplinary. Furthering the jubilation was a live performance by a music academy as an extension of our ethos.

Akarsh Goel, Alumni & UX Designer, says “The participation, spirit and energy was commendable. I loved coming back to my alma mater, watching it grow and flourish.

IIAD organises Foundation Ceremony

The Indian Institute of Arts and Design (IIAD), Delhi organised Foundation Ceremony at the campus to facilitate the students of batch 2019 and 2020 who successfully completed their foundation year. The ceremony was presided over by esteemed faculty members and administrators. The ceremony was organised to recognise the collective efforts of students and faculties to make this day happen.

NIU kickstarts Admissions

The Noida International University has announced its admission process for School of Public Health & Human Development for the upcoming academic session 2022-2023. The UG and PG programmes offered by NIU aim to equip students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to address public health challenges through research and practice.

Before candidates apply for admission, they are advised to check the eligibility criteria.

Talk on Post Pandemic Protection for children

Shivani Wazir Pasrich, Director, The Study School, organised an open house to celebrate the 50th year of The Study School. The highlights of the programme were the Post Pandemic Protection tips given to parents as children return to school.

Motivated and driven towards providing children a beautiful present and a promising future,  Shivani Wazir Pasrich (Director of The Study School) says “The only way to teach children is by example. To have happy children, be calm and patient”

Given that the pandemic has had grave repercussions on adults and children, it is noteworthy to state that children have been deprived of what is called a normal childhood which has hampered their growth and mental development. Serving the cause of providing good health to children Dr Vidya Gupta, Paediatrician from Apollo Hospital, says “Children under two years of age do not need to be masked however children over two should wear masks to school to protect other children.”

In the past two years many children sat at home and spent most of their time on screens. Parents had no options and many restricted children from going outdoors.

Su conducts Free Child care Camp

The Sanskriti Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital  organised Swarna Prashan Sanskar — Child Care Camp for children from the ages 0 to 16 years. Swarna Prashan is an Ayurvedic immunisation programme.  The child comes to the camp to get the consultant and check-up from the associates of the university. This camp focuses on monthly health

check-ups and diet modifications for children. The main purpose of organising the Swarna Prashan Sanskar Health camp for children is for boosting immunity, enhancement in memory, build digestion and absorption, and improvement in concentration. It also improves digestion and absorption, intellect/ mental growth, and builds physical strength.

Vocational courses in DPMI

Nowadays, the field of education has started adopting its attitude towards vocational education, because there is a lot of trend of vocational courses among the students. Students are taught such skills, which they need during the job. In view of the increasing inclination of students towards professional courses, many colleges and institutes in India take out applications for vocational courses. At the same time, applications have been started for 5 vocational courses in the Delhi Paramedical and Management Institute located in the capital city of Delhi.

It has several vocational degree courses for Paramedical Healthcare and Hotel Management sectors. The Walk programme includes courses in HM, Lab Technician, Medical Laboratory Technician, Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology, Operation Theater Technology, etc. Poonam Bacheti, MD, DPMI Delhi said that in India, skill-based learning is considered a vocational skill that is not a part of the formal education sector through short-term training or courses and that provides employment in the informal sector.

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