Monday, 7 May 2018

A Program on Mathematics Awareness at Desh Bhagat University

As part of Mathematics Awareness Month Celebrations, in best universities in Punjab and North India, Desh Bhagat University celebrated National Mathematics Day. The event was sponsored by Punjab State Council for Science and Technology (PSCST). The Experts of the day were Er. Nitin from Patiala and Mr. Vishal from Pushpa Gujral Science City. Students and staff members from Faculty of Engineering, Agriculture Courses & Applied Sciences participated in it.

Program on Mathematics Awareness at Desh Bhagat University


The event was inaugurated by the university Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh. He said that objective of the event is to teach the students about the various facets of mathematics in daily life.  Vice Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh highlighted that Indian history reflects back the origin of great scientists and mathematicians.

Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Neelima Jerath gave a brief introduction about the day. She highlighted that digit 0 (Zero) is invented by the Indians though the history of mathematics dates back to Babylonian and Mayan civilization also, besides Indian civilization. She brought out that mathematics provided the base of many scientific branches.  


In first session, Mr. Nitin, an expert in Vedic Mathematics informed the students that Vedic Mathematics was useful in development of mind in order to achieve the goals in life. He explained how complex additions, square of a numbers etc. can be done within a second by applying the basics of Vedic mathematics.


In the second session Mr. Vishal from Pushpa Gujral Science city presented his talk on “Thinking out of box for sustainable development”. He presented case studies on inventions by school students and how necessity becomes the mother of invention. He also motivated the students to be part of inventions and innovations.


Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur informed that such events to overcome phobia of mathematics should be regularly conducted in the university.

Dr. H. K. Sidhu and Dr. Ruchi proposed vote of thanks and appreciated the learned speakers for their valuable thoughts and suggestions. Er. Arshdeep Singh, Er. Amritpal Singh were also present at the occasion.


Thursday, 26 April 2018

Desh Bhagat University Organises Seminar For Ayurvedic Students


5 Students Get Jobs In Jiva Ayurveda

Desh Bhagat University Faculty of Ayurveda and Research orgnaised a Seminar entitled ‘Effective Treatment of Highly Common Diseases’.  The event was organised in collaboration with Jiva Ayurveda, Faridabad (Haryana), in which students of different classes participated. University Pro-Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur, while inaugurating the event said that treatment of so many diseases through Ayurveda is quite worthwhile as it dominates preventive aspects.


Dr. Ishu Arora and Ms. Preeti Sharma, Senior Ayurveda Experts at Jiva interacted with the students and informed them about importance of Ayurveda System in Effective Treatment Therapies. They also gave presentation about Jiva Ayurveda. A quiz competition ‘Ayurwhiz’ was also organized wherein students interacted with representatives of the company and sought their queries.



On this occasion offer letters were given to the meritorious students named Vishali Walia(1st), Neetu Sohal, Sanamika Gupta (Both 2nd) and Akshay Chopra & Shruti Bhardwaj (Both 3rd) who had got first, second and third positions respectively in BAMS Final Professional examinations by Jiva Company.













Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Vice Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh appreciated the JIVA Ayurveda for its generous contribution to the development of Ayurveda. They also talked about the long healthy relationship of the institute with the company. Registrar Dr. Kulbhushan Vashist thanked both the guests and hoped that this event will prove quite useful for the students and faculty members. Staff members and intern students were present on the occasion.

Friday, 20 April 2018

Desh Bhagat University’s 5th Annual Athletic Meet

In best university in Punjab and North India, Desh Bhagat University organised its 5th Annual Athletic Meet with great fervour. The meet began with hoisting the university flag by the Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh. He inspired the students by emphasizing that participation is more important in sports than victory or defeat.


Arjuna Awardee Athlete Madhuri A. Singh joined as chief guest on inaugural ceremony. While motivating the youths about games she exhorted them to play games and make games regular part of their life and keep away from all kinds of drugs.


During the Athletic meet, individual and team competitions among students of various faculties were held. These competitions included: Races of 3000, 1500, 400, 200, 100 Meters,  Shot-put,  Javelin,  Discus Throw,  High Jump and Long Jump etc.



Ravinder Singh (Faculty of Education) was declared best Athlete among boys and Divya Saini (Faculty of Ayurveda) was declared best Athlete among girls.



Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur and Vice-chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh presided over the valedictory function and gave away the prizes to the winners. They appreciated the sports talent of the students. On this occasion, Registrar Dr. Kulbhushan, Dental College Principal Dr. Manish Kumar, Dr. Sanjiv Soni, staff members and large number of students from different faculties were present.


Results of different events were as under:










In Girls Category, 800 Mtrs. Race : Manpreet Kaur (Faculty of Education) got first position and Tarandeep Kaur (Dental College) stood second.
In 400 Mtrs. Race: Himani (Dental College) declared First and Harmandeep Kaur (Faculty of Education) got Second. In 100 Mtrs. Race : Paramjeet Kaur (B.P.T) got First and Rajwinder Kaur (Faculty of Education) got second place. In Javelin Throw: Parminder Kaur (Faculty of Education) stood First; Usha Rani (Faculty of Education) got second position.

In Boys Category, 3000 Mtrs Race: Amandeep Singh (Faculty of Education) stood first while Pardeep Kumar (Faculty of Engineering) stood second. 1500 Mtrs Race: Amandeep Singh (Faculty of Education) stood first while Jashanpreet Singh (Faculty of Education) stood second. 800 Mtrs Race: Amandeep Singh (Faculty of Education) stood first while Yograj Singh (Faculty of Education) stood second. In Discuss Throw: Lakhvinder Singh (Faculty of Engineering) got first, while Gurkaran (Faculty of Law) stood second.

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Desh Bhagat University Organises Boot Camp On Innovation And Enterpreneurship

In best university in Punjab, Desh Bhagat University’s IEDC department in collaboration with Punjab Information and Technology Corporation, Govt. of Punjab organized a ‘Boot Camp on Innovation and Entrepreneurship’ at its campus. Students from different faculties participated in it. This Boot camp was focused on creating awareness among students of various Government Schemes, interactive sessions with other start-ups, mentors etc. and the opportunity to network..


         University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur inaugurated the event. They said that such events are source of major information from which students get a direction to showcase their skills, gets practical exposure and knowledge about new start ups. Mr. Sunil Chawla (DGM, Punjab Info Tech) was the Chief Guest on this occasion. He encouraged the students to develop New Ideas to fulfil their dream projects and get the benefits provided by the state government for their new start ups. He also briefed about the different projects recently started by the young entrepreneurs with the help of state government agencies. Mr. H. S. Cheema (MD, Cheema Boilers), Gurvinder Sohi (National Farmer Awardee) and Ashish Kaushik (Practitioner C.A) graced the event as special guests. They shared their experiences with the students and motivated them never to give in.


           










Earlier, the event began with Start Up Marathon in which students participated with full enthusiasm. Dr. Shalini Gupta (IEDC) informed that there was a competition among the startups in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation named 'The Idea Generation Competition' which was in association with Punjab Info-tech (Govt of Punjab). The students who came up with unique ideas were awarded with a prize money of Rs.5000, Rs.4000 & Rs. 3000 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd positions respectively and certification as well. Department of Fine Arts of the university arranged an exhibition showcasing creations of the students. Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism organized the Vyanjan Celebration, demonstrated different kind of foods prepared by the students. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh appreciated the initiative of IEDC and appealed to the students to prove their talent through this kind of programmes. Vice-Principal Dr. Sanjiv Soni, Directors, HoD’S, Dr. Monika and staff members from different faculties were also present at the occasion.

Friday, 13 April 2018

Save Natural Resources: Muni Vinay Kumar Alok

‘Nature has gifted us priceless Natural resources like Air, water and energy etc. and it’s our moral responsibility to protect these resources’ said Jain Muni Vinay Kumar Alok. He was interacting with the students at Desh Bhagat University during his visit there. He exhorted them to set a mission in their life, plan strategy to achieve that and take lessons from all their failures.


Earlier, Vice Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh welcomed him and they took a round of different departments of the university.


While talking about the value education, Muni Kumar Alok insisted that Value Education is the need of the hour and it should be a must for every student. He suggested that peace of mind is essential and that can be achieved only by doing good to others. He also emphasized that one has to start good things from the home and set an example for others. He focused on being good human being and to be responsible towards their duty. This is the best way how society can be benefited. He encouraged the students to contribute and make our country sound and strong.


The students evinced a keen interest and asked relevant questions on different topics which the learned speaker answered to their entire satisfaction.

Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur highly thanked to learned speaker for igniting the students and staff and hoped that it will prove quite useful for them. Directors of different faculties and staff members were also present on this occasion.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Desh Bhagat University Celebrates World Health Day

In best universities in Punjab, Desh Bhagat University Faculty of Nursing celebrated World Health Day with full enthusiasm. Under this programme, the nursing students took part in different activities. The students organised a rally and went from door to door to make the people aware about heath care and its importance. Colourful banners and placards with awareness messages like, Health for All, Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere, Health is Wealth and Healthy Body Healthy Mind, Eat Healthy Be Active etc. were carried by the students to educate the residents.


University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur said that such programmes are very helpful for the people, especially living in rural areas because it helps in making them aware. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh also appreciated the initiative taken by the students of Nursing.








 Director Faculty of Nursing Ms. Suraj Mathew said that this year World Health Organisation (WHO) is focusing on awareness about Health for All.  On the theme a motivational and inspirational lecture was arranged at the institute.













She informed that our students also distributed pictorial pamphlets to spread awareness about Health & fitness and other diseases among the local residents and surrounding areas. The students motivated them to keep away from all kinds of drugs and also exhorted them to make others aware. Students also participated in Rangoli, Poster making and quiz competitions. The students presented a role play on Health & Diet. Students of M.Sc. Nursing, Post basic Nursing, B.Sc. Nursing, GNM and ANM performed excellently during the play.