Sonepat: The semester exams of DCRUST, Murthal, will start on February 1 online. Answer booklets will be given to students by January 19 by their establishments. Dr. Mahabir Singh Dhankar, Controller of Examinations, said a secret code will be sent to students on their login portal with the aim of identifying the authenticity of the candidate by January 18. This code will be matched by university officials when delivering the response. books and related material. The complete timetable for issuing answer books is available on the university’s website.
CUH signs MoU with Space Center
Mahendragarh: The Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendragarh and the Space Applications Center of Haryana, Hisar will work together in the field of education, research and geospatial technology. The two institutions have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a mutual partnership in this regard. The MoU was signed by the CUH Registrar, Prof. Sarika Sharma and Dr. VS Arya, Center Director, Hisar. Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice Chancellor, CUH, said the objective of this MoU is to provide cooperation in education, research and education and training program in the field of geospatial technology .
Rural entrepreneurship development
Faridabad: A workshop on the theme “Rural Entrepreneurship Development” was organized by Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Education Council and Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh, in association with Matrubhumi Sewa Sankalp Foundation, an NGO. According to Senior Dr. Krishan Kant Gupta, the keynote speaker was Digvijay Singh Rajput, Researcher, who spoke about how sustainable rural development is vital for the economic, social and environmental viability of the nation. Informed of the needs of rural entrepreneurs, he said that the development of rural industries facilitated self-employment, led to a greater dispersion of economic and industrial activities and contributed to the maximum use of skills, raw materials and labor. work available locally.
The Faculty of Law signs a pact
Sonepat: Dr BR Ambedkar National Law University (DBRANLU) has entered into an international online academic agreement with the Department of Law at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Professor Neil Quigley, Vice-Chancellor, University of Waikato, New Zealand, and Professor Vinay Kapoor Mehra, Vice-Chancellor, DBRANLU, completed the contracting process by digitally signing the contract online. Vice-Chancellor Mehra informed that to promote the university internationally and enhance the international competitiveness of students, the university is actively working with research institutions and international universities to develop university partnerships. Both institutions will undertake the task of advancing international academic scholarship and research. This memorandum of understanding stipulates that the two entities agree to develop a relationship based on the principles of mutual respect and international commitment.