Kurukshetra University signs pact with Japanese company: The Tribune India

Kurukshetra: A pact was signed on Friday between the University of Kurukshetra (KU) and Meritech Limited, Japan. Speaking on the occasion, KU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Som Nath Sachdeva said that MoUs with educational institutions and companies in the field of science and technology were the need the time. KU Registrar Sanjeev Sharma and Harish Sachdeva, CEO of Meritech Limited, signed the pact in the presence of the VC. Professor Sachdeva said the MoU will prove to be a milestone for KU science and technology students. Meritech Limited will run long term workshops, seminars and lecture series with internship and college training programs.

KU Excels in Khelo India Games

Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University men’s and women’s teams won 39 medals including 10 gold, 11 silver and 18 bronze in the 2nd Khelo India University Games recently held at the Jain University of Bengaluru. KU jumped to 7th position this year from 14th last year. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Som Nath Sachdeva congratulated the sportsmen for bringing laurels to the university. He assured that the university’s sports facilities would be further improved and that cash prizes to winners would be increased. Four KU teams have won championships in karate, archery, women’s boxing and kabaddi.

Campus recruitment training held

Hisar: Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology Training and Placement Cell as part of its UDBHAVANA module conducted a four-day on-campus recruitment training with soft skills development workshop in collaboration with Rubicon Skill Development Private Limited for passed out students. A total of 474 pre-final year students from BTech CSE, IT, ECE, EE, ME, Printing, Packaging and Civil Engineering, MBA and MCom attended the training conducted in eight batches at the premises of Haryana School of Business . Congratulating the students, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Baldev Raj Kambo, urged them to utilize this training for the enhancement of their overall personality.

Commission room inaugurated at the HAU

Hisar: State-of-the-art audiovisual equipment will now be used for human resource development at the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana (HAU) Agricultural University. A committee room has been set up at the University’s Human Resources Management Department with innovative information technology tools. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor BR Kamboj, inaugurated a room equipped with modern digital equipment. The VC said technology plays an important role in developing employee knowledge and skills. The HAU assists not only its own faculty and staff, but those of universities across the country through various activities to develop their personal and organizational skills so that they become more valuable to their institute.

Laura J. Boyer