Chandigarh, Aug 2
Inauguration of Workshop on Employability and Soft Skills being conducted by Central Placement Cell” by Panjab University
A workshop on “Employability and Soft Skills” being organized by the Central Placement Cell, Panjab University Chandigarh was inaugurated by Hon’ble Vice – Chancellor today . More than 100 participants across various university departments e.g Bio technology, human genome, community education, geography, UBS, Library science are attending the workshop.
Prof. Raj Kumar, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, Panjab University addressed the event as Chief Guest. He appreciated the efforts of the Central Placement Cell for organising the student oriented activities for the career growth of the students. He emphasised on the need for conducting such workshops for grooming and honing the skills of students.
The session started with an introductory address by Dr. Monica Bedi, Course coordinator. Prof. Meena Sharma, Director Central Placement Cell, welcomed key note speakers and highlighted the need for today’s session. She apprised the audience about various activities undertaken by central placement cell like webinars, workshops, placement drives focussed on overall development and welfare of the students of Panjab University.
Mr. Vivek Atray, Ex. IAS was Guest of Honor in the function. He highlighted the importance of communication skills in improving the overall personality of students. He explained in detail how overall personality of students can be helpful in enhancing their employability skills.
The session ended with vote of thanks by Dr. Monica Bedi, course coordinator and Associate Professor at University Business School.
Panjab University organises seven days Hands-on training programme entitled “Advanced Trends in Biomedical Sciences
Chandigarh, Aug 2
The Department of Biophysics, Panjab University, Chandigarh in collaboration with Sophisticated Analytical Instrumentation Facility, inaugurated the seven days Hands-on training programme entitled “Advanced Trends in Biomedical Sciences: Research and Skill development “under the aegis of Synergistic Training Utilizing the Scientific and Technological Infrastructure(STUTI) on 1st August 2022. Dr Sanjeev Khosla, Director IMTECH, was the Chief Guest of the event.
Dr. Arindam Bhattacharayya,(Scientist F) the Nodal Officer for DST-FIST and DST-STUTI schemes of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India was the Distinguished Guest of the event. Also, Present as special guest was Dr. Pramod Prasad from SERB, DST, New Delhi. The inaugural session was presided over by Prof. Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor,Panjab University,Chandigarh. Dr. Arindam Bhattacharyya and Dr. Pramod Prasad provided insights into the various Research Schemes and opportunities provided by DST and SERB. Speaking on the occasion Prof. Raj Kumar highlighted the significance of collaborations amongst various research institutes nationally and internationally. He also emphasised on the importance of infrastructure sharing amongst the researchers of various colleges and institutes.
The seven days training program will give an opportunity to the participants to learn about electron microscopy, molecular biology, cell culture, animal handling and computational biology. Apart from this, the candidates will also be sensitized with the research infrastructure available at IMTECH, Chandigarh. The organizers Prof. Ganga Ram Chaudhary, PMU, STUTI Training Program, Dr. Avneet Saini, Coordinator, STUTI Training Program and Chairperson of the Department of Biophysics and Dr. Simran Preet, Convenor, STUTI Training Program ensured the participants of an enriching experience full of hands on-sessions and lectures here at Panjab University.
Students of Panjab University Girls hostels, Sector 25 organized ‘Dhiyan di Teej’
Chandigarh, Aug 2
Students of Panjab University Girls hostels, Sector 25 organized ‘Dhiyan di Teej’ on 31-07-2022. The Chief guest Prof. Meena Sharma, Director, Central Placement Cell and Former DSW(W) and female guests graced the event. The students (around 150) and staff decorated the hostel on the theme and participated in all the events enthusiastically. The students showcased their talent by applying Mehandi, making beautiful rangolis and decorating pots in various competitions. Around 50 students participated in the cultural event and Miss Teej competition. The winners Ms. Manisha (GH-10), Ms. Sonam (GH-10), Ms. Mandeep (GH-10), Ms. Alka (GH-10) and Ms. Jashandeep (GH-10) were felicitated with prizes. The event provided a stage to showcase the artistic qualities of the residents and encouraged them for future endeavours. The wardens were present at the occasion and thanked the organizing team of students for their efforts.
Online Examination of Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women and Children and Drug Abuse will be conducted on 13th August, 2022 and 14th August, 2022,
Chandigarh, Aug 2
It is for the information of the public in general and students in particular that as scheduled and announced in previous notification, the Online Examination of Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women and Children and Drug Abuse will be conducted on 13th August, 2022 and 14th August, 2022, Saturday and Sunday respectively, in an online mode. The question paper will be available at PU Examination Portal i.e. evs.puexam.in on the day of examination.
The datesheet and instructions for the above mentioned examination have been uploaded on the University website and can be accessed at the following web addresses:
NOTICE BOARD: https://exams.puchd.ac.in/show-noticeboard.php?nbid=1
The candidates are advised to read the instructions thoroughly and appear in the aforementioned examination as per the instructions and date of examination of their class / course.
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