Business Ethics Program: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Chandigarh: With the aim of developing the teaching and research skills of faculty members, a six-day program of All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, and Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE), was inaugurated at Aryans Business School. The theme of this online program was “The Importance of Business Ethics”. Dr. AK Vashisht, Professor, University Business School, Panjab University, was the chief guest, while Dr. Chandarhas Handa, ISTE Executive Committee Member, was the guest of honor at the occasion. . Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman of the Aryans Group, chaired the session. TNS

Dev Samaj College gets an “A” grade

Chandigarh: Dev Samaj College for Women (DSCW), Sector 45, has been re-accredited with an “A” grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The college received an “A” grade for the third consecutive time. The college underwent the third round of accreditation as the NAAC peer team visited the campus to assess academic and related activities. TNS

Menstrual Hygiene Management Session

Chandigarh: A workshop on “Menstrual Health and Hygiene Management” for hostel housekeepers was jointly organized by Mata Gujri Hall Girls Hostel No. 1 and Luxmi Bai Hall Girls Hostel No. 2, Panjab University , in collaboration with the Center for Social Work. The workshop was facilitated by Center for Social Work alumnus Ishita Choudhary, Certified Menstrual Hygiene Management Trainer. TNS

End of the faculty training program

Chandigarh: The one-week Virtual Faculty Training Program of UGC Networking Resource Center in Pharmaceutical Sciences on “Emerging and Alternative Trends in Pharmacological Research” conducted by the University Institute of Science Pharmaceuticals (UIPS) from the University of the Panjab, ended here on Saturday. A total of 300 students completed the training program. TNS

Community Radio Anniversary

Gharuan: Chandigarh University’s community radio ‘Radio Punjab 90.0’ celebrated its first anniversary with mirth and fanfare at its broadcast office on the university’s Gharuan campus. The Pro-Chancellor of University of Chandigarh, Dr. RS Bawa, Station Chief, Radio Punjab 90.0, Nidhi Sharma and other members were present on the occasion.

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