JKl’s Techno-Cultural festival concludes
Curtains were brought down on JK Lakshmipat University’s (JKLU) 10th edition of SABRANG, a three-day annual techno-cultural-management-design extravaganza. The fest saw the participation of more than 600 students, who showcased their skills in over 25 events including Music, Dance, DJ, Fashion, Photography, Painting, Design, Literature, Drama, Finance, IT & Gaming.
The event was scheduled from April 15 to 17, 2022 and had students from across various colleges from Jaipur. Live performances of Navjot Ahuja, DJ Tejas, HPO and Audio Bat kept the student’s momentum high with their gigs every evening of the festival. The event was attended by dignitaries such as Sai Krishna V, Principal and Scientist in Charge CSIR-CEERI Pilani (Jaipur Centre) and JKLU’s Vice Chancellor Dr (Prof) Dheeraj Sanghi.
“The three days were packed with knowledgeable and experiential fun activities. For every educational institution, student works so hard for their academics that they deserve a break once in a while. It’s a proud and happy moment for all of us because of the fact that the event is solely organised by the students,” says Dr (Prof) Dheeraj Sanghi, Vice Chancellor, JKLU.
seminar on women empowerment
The Soroptimist International, a global organisation of service clubs for and by women, conducted a seminar which was graced by Sister B K Shivani, who attended as a guest of honor.
The large volume of members allows the organisation to spread the word about women and how to empower them in various avenues of life. President Jaya Ahuja of Ahuja Furnitures’ legacy heads the Delhi extension of Soroptimist.
AI AND MACHINE LEARNING IN BUSINESS
The Times Professional Learning (TPL), under its brand The Second Wind (TimesTSW) and Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya have announced the inaugural Executive Certificate Programme in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Business.
The 10-month programme developed for professionals, managers, and consultants includes introducing advanced AI & ML skills that will help them transition across data and business analyst roles.
Consul General of Canada visits LPU
The Consul General of Canada in Chandigarh Patrick Hebert paid a visit to Lovely Professional University (LPU), where he met Chancellor Ashok Mittal. During the meeting, joint academic and research possibilities between LPU and Canada were talked about. Several issues related with joint activities in relation to develop and strengthen relations between LPU and Canada, particularly on the lines of education and business, were also discussed. The guest was informed that LPU is India’s most internationalised campus where 3000+ international students from 50+ countries are pursuing programmes of their preferences, with globally benchmarked curricula.
The Canadian diplomat, with over 25 years of experience also shared his strong interest in international peace and security issues. On this occasion, various related issues were also mutually agreed upon including students and faculty exchange programmes. The Guest also had a campus tour and conversed with some of the Canada aspirant students too.
LPU takes pride in establishing healthy relations with many Canadian institutions.
awareness camp and health screening for students
The Noida International University’s (NIU) School of Allied Health Sciences recently organised a day-long awareness camp and health screening among school-going children at Oxford Green Public School, Mohammadabad Kheda, Greater Noida. The students of the University gathered in large number at the venue for conducting the health awareness camp in a smooth manner. A general medical camp and health screening with special focus on assessment of obesity and malnutrition among school-going children was done during the event.
The campaign was carried out with a crucial aim of creating awareness among the school children and women on the safe health practices.
exhibition of student work
Pathways School Noida students hosted an Art exhibition titled “Living with Art" at Stainless Gallery. This group Show showcased artworks by the upcoming artists of Grade 9 to Grade 12. A public exhibition in a professional gallery provided a unique opportunity for young artists to take their own work seriously and to see themselves as professional artists. The art critic and writer Suneet Chopra who was the chief guest congratulated the school for promoting art as a serious field of education.
Historically, art has been pushed to the side in education when literacy and numeracy agendas become more important. However, at Pathways School Noida the school helps students to explore their passions by recogniSing the importance of creativity as a prime principle and how art helps students develop strong academic, social, and emotional characteristics.
The students created their work based on
self-chosen themes, individual styles, ideas and a vivid amalgamation of skills presented through a variety of artworks exploring various media such as sculpture, installations and paintings using a variety of media — clay, acrylic, etc.