newspaper makes it onto the UGC Care list: The Tribune India

Hisar: The research journal “HSB Research Review” published by Haryana School of Business, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar has been included in CARE research list of University Grants Commission, New Delhi. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Baldev Raj Kamboj, while congratulating the editorial board of HSB Research Review, said it was a matter of honor for the university. He also called out the editorial board, saying efforts should be made to integrate the journal into an international research database. Professor Karam Pal Narwal, Principal of the Haryana School of Business, said the journal was launched in 2010.

UHS HoDs get a warm send off

Rohtak: Dr. Smiti Nanda, Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Dr. MC Gupta, Head of Department of Pharmacology, at Pt Bhagwat Dayal Sharma (UHS) University of Health Sciences, Rohtak received a warm send off by the university fraternity upon their retirement. Vice Chancellor Dr Anita Saxena and Registrar Dr HK Aggarwal appreciated their dedication and dedication to their duties. PGIMS Director Dr. SS Lohchab and Medical Superintendent Dr. Ishwar Singh were also present. Prof. Gupta was also the director of Rohtak PGIMS, while Prof. Nanda headed the department for 12 years. She is also a recipient of the NBE Distinguished Teacher Excellence Award.

English and Music Departments Host Webinar

Yamunanagar: A webinar on “Human Values ​​Leading to Professional Ethics” was organized by the Department of English and Music (Instrumental) of Guru Nanak Girls College. Principal Anu Atreja said the college kicked off its Golden Jubilee celebrations with this webinar. She said the keynote speaker for the session was Vikram Duggal, CEO of Abhiyakti-The Expression NGO from Hyderabad. Ambika Kashyap, Head of Music (Instrumental) Department, introduced the keynote speaker. There were about 750 participants from different states.

Signature of a memorandum of understanding to share expertise

Gurugram/Faridabad: In order to promote collaboration in the field of expertise of academic interest, JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad and Gurugram University have entered into an agreement to share knowledge and expertise and to introduce joint university programs in emerging fields. They will work together in areas of mutual interest as well as faculty exchange to accelerate the pace of growth of both universities. The MoU was signed by SK Garg, Registrar of JC Bose University, and Shashi Bhushan Bharti, Registrar of Gurugram University, in the presence of Raj Nehru, Vice Chancellor of JC Bose University and Dinensh Kumar , Vice-Chancellor of Gurugram University.

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