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Vice Chancellor New Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru University Jamia Millia Islamia Southeast Asia Chief Minister International Studies National Committee Deputy Director General Jawaharlal Nehru Naseeruddin Shah Indira Gandhi Aligarh Muslim University National Institute

DR. JOHN MATHAI डॉ. जौन मथाई Educationist, economist and a former Finance Minister as well as first Railway Minister of the Government of India, Dr. John Matthai was educated at the Madras Christian College and obtained his Arts and Law Degrees from the Madras University. He practiced law at the Madras High Court for four years and then went to the U.K. for further studies. He obtained his B. Lit. Degree from Oxford and D.Sc. from the London School of Economics. He served as a part-time professor in University of Madras from 1922 to 1925 He was the first Chairman of the State Bank of India when it was set up in 1955. He was the founding President of the Governing Body of NCAER, the National Council of Applied Economic Research in New Delhi. He served as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Mumbai from 1955 till 1957 and then as the first Vice Chancellor of the University of Kerala from 1957 to 1959. His nephew, Verghese Kurien, was the father of India's White Revolution. His son, Rav ...
SPEECH BY THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA, SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE TO THE HIGHER EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS ON THE TOPIC, “DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE” Through Video Conferencing from Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi : 05.08.2014 Leaders of institutions of higher learning; Heads of other academic and research institutions; faculty members; my dear students: 1. I am happy to address you at the beginning of this new academic session. I welcome all the students who have joined universities and other centres of higher learning for the first time. During the Annual Conference of Vice Chancellors of central universities held in the Rashtrapati Bhavan in February 2013, it was decided that I will have e-interaction with academic institutions twice a year - once in the beginning of the calendar year and again in August, on commencement of the academic year. I first interacted through this e-platform in January, 2014. I express my gratitude to Prof. S.V. Raghavan and his team at the National Knowledge Network, and th ...
International Centre Organises Faculty Development Programme Jammu May 20 : The International Centre for Cross Cultural Research and Human Resource Management, (ICccR & HRM), University of Jammu, organised a Faculty Development Programme/brainstorming session for the faculty members. Prof. S.K Jain, originally an eminent Professor of Management at Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi and currently Vice Chancellor, SMVDU, Katra and Prof. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, International Relations and Research, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) , New Delhi, were the mentors for the session. Dr. Suparan Sharma, Director, School of Management, SMVDU and Prof. B. C. Sharma, Dean Student Placements, University of Jammu, were other resource persons. The objective of the programme was to acquaint the faculty members with various issues and perspectives of international business. The programme covered several areas like curriculum development, course structuring, teaching pedagogy and developing an unde ...
Dairy Technology student of Vet Varsity achieves First rank in AIEEA-PG Examination, 2014 Ludhiana-20-May, 2014 Three B. Tech (Dairy Technology) final year students of College of Dairy Science & Technology of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana qualified the All India Entrance Examination for Master's Programme in Agriculture and Allied Subjects (AIEEA- PG) conducted by ICAR, New Delhi. The examination was for admission to Masters Programme and also for the award of Junior Research Fellowships. The result of the examination was declared on May 19, 2014. Rakesh achieved Ist rank at national merit list. He was very happy and excited to initiate his career in higher studies in Dairy Microbiology at National Dairy Research Institute Karnal. Another two students Mr Mukesh Kumar and Ms Manpinder Kaur who secured sixth and twentieth rank respectively are interested to pursue their masters' programme in Dairy Technology and Dairy Chemistry respectively. Dr. V.K. Taneja, Vice Chancel ...
Dr. P. Prakash, who has earlier served as Registrar, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad and as Vice Chancellor, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University (BRAOU), Hyderabad has joined Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi as Pro Vice Chancellor. An alumnus of Osmania University, he did Post Doctoral Research work on “Biological control on Soil Borne Microbes / Pathogens” at Humboldt University. Berlin {Germany}. He is recipient of CSIR-NET Scholarship and Best Research Paper award of Indian Botanical Society. Dr. Prakash published many scientific papers in Peer reviewed Journals, co-authored a referral book and Chaired many National / International Symposia/Conferences/Workshops apart from participation in Radio and TV Programmes. He had Post–Graduate teaching at Osmania University, Hyderabad, before joining UGC. He has contributed immensely for Tertiary Education Planning, Policies and Coordination particularly in the context of maintenance of quality education in ...
Prof. Talat Ahmed, Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir, Srinagar has been appointed as Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Great achievement for a great academician.
We are happy to announce that Prof S K Sopory, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Dr C Chandramouli, Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India will inaugurate the Census Data Centre, set up at the JNU Convention Centre, JNU Campus, New Delhi on 14th May 2012 at 11 AM. The Centre has been set up for research on Census Data under the supervision of JNU (CSRD) Faculty.
Dr. Mahendra P Lama had been Chairman, Centre for South, Central, Southeast Asia and South West Pacific Studies at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, a Ford Foundation Fellow at Notre Dame University, USA, and a Visiting Professor in Hitotsubashi University, Japan. He also served as a Vice Chancellor of the Central University in Sikkim, India and also served as the chief economic adviser to the Chief Minister of Sikkim for seven years (2002-2009). Lama is a Member of the National Security Advisory Board of the Government of India, India –China Fellow at the New School University, USA. In 1997, he was nominated by the Indian government to serve in the independent expert group set up by the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). He was also a member of the National Committee of the Revamping of the North Eastern Council in 2004, and the national steering committee for the North East Vision document. Dr. Lama is a prolific author, with many books ...
150 Kashmiri students ‘ expelled’ from hostels after ‘ cricket clash’ Srinagar, Mar 3: Around 150 students pursuing different courses at Swami Vivekanand Subharti University Meerut have been reportedly expelled from their hostels after students clashed with Kashmiris at the end of the Indo- Pak cricket match yesterday. According to their parents who rang up Greater Kashmir this afternoon, the students were ferried in vehicles to Ghaziabad on Monday “ wherein they are asked to go back to Jammu and Kashmir or New Delhi.” While giving details, a brother of a student pursuing Masters at the university said, “ during the match when India was winning, some students hooted at Kashmiri students and when Pakistan won the match, there were cries of joy from Kashmiri students.” “ After the match ended, some non- Kashmiri students barged into the hostel of Kashmiri students. They broke furniture, windows and thrashed some Kashmiri students too,” said a parent of another student. “ There was a bi ...
The University Women’s Polytechnic, Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-day workshop on “E-Commerce and Applications (ECA) - 2014” here today. Presiding over the inaugural session, Brig (Retd) Syed Ahmad Ali, Pro-Vice Chancellor, AMU said that E-Commerce is an emerging and growing subject. He said that in our country, due to the lack of resources and shortage of electricity, the e-commerce is not as successful as in western countries. However, there are some remedies to overcome the hurdles in the way of e-commerce. He also inaugurated the newly established Electronics Simulation Lab at the Women’s Polytechnic. Dr S Kazim Naqvi, Additional Director, CIT, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi delivered the keynote address. He highlighted the benefits, future and historical notes of e-commerce and discussed the problems, privacy and security involved. He said that e-commerce is not only attracting the business world, but it is developing effective relationship with customers through online shopping. ...
Peace, stability imperative for progress and growth of South Asian countries: Governor SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 23 – Mr. N. N. Vohra, Governor Jammu and Kashmir, today observed that sustaining peace, normalcy and stability are imperative for the rapid progress and prosperity of the South Asian region. The Governor, as Chief Guest, said this in his Presidential remarks at the Lecture by Prof. Pratap Bhanu Mehta, President, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, organized by the UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of Kashmir Studies, University of Kashmir, here today. The topic of the Lecture was “Embattled Liberalism in South Asia”. Mrs. Usha Vohra, First Lady; Prof. Talat Ahmad, Vice Chancellor, Kashmir University; Deans, Heads of Departments, Faculty members of the University, scholars and students of the Institute participated in the seminar. Prof. Pratap Bhanu Mehta spoke extensively about the many serious consequences which arise from the “tyranny of compulsory identity”, the “conflicts and suffer ...
A PhD student of Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University is fighting for life at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. Abdul Raoof KM, a resident of Mohammad Habib Hall, who received serious head injuries in an accident near his hall on July 27 last, was referred to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital after initial treatment at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College. He is lying unconscious and on ventilator in the ICU of Sir Ganga Ram hospital for a week now. Belonging to a financially weak background, it is impossible for the family of Abdul Raoof KM to meet the high treatment bills of the hospital, which runs into an average of Rs. 35-40 thousand per day. Prof. Mahmood S. Khan, Provost, Mohammad Habib Hall said that the Vice Chancellor had sanctioned a sum of Rs. 2.5 lakh for his treatment but the amount proved insufficient in view of his prolonged stay in the hospital. He said that a serious head surgery has been conducted on Abdul Raoof and he would need about Rs. 8-10 lakh to meet out the hospital expense ...
New Delhi, July 1: Dr. Najeeb Jung, the Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia, was today named the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi by President of India. He will replace Tejendra Khanna. Mr. Jung will be the first Muslim to become Lt. Governor of Delhi. Delhi has got Lt. Governor since 1966. Nineteen...
Jharkhand should seek funds from WB/ADB in agri sector: SP Tiwari RANCHI: Renowned agricultural scientist S P Tiwari, who is associated with several international funding agencies, asked Birsa Agriculture University to seek funds from international banks to change Jharkhand's farm sector. "Submit a project worth over Rs 500 crore to World Bank, Asian Development Bank etc, with the aim of changing the farm sector scenario of Jharkhand as the state has rich biodiversity and immense potential to contribute (in the farm sector)," the former Deputy Director General of ICAR, New Delhi, said here. Addressing the 33rd Foundation Day of the BAU here, Dr Tiwari urged the scientists to lead a meaningful life rather than a successful life. "In this competitive world...only those who continue to change and respond suitably to the changing times will survive and excel in their fields," a BAU press release said quoting him. Also a former Vice Chancellor of Rajasthan Agricultural University, Tiwari exhorted the scientist ...
Malik Calls For Shutdown On PM’s Arrival SRINAGAR Accusing congress high command of preventing him from distributing relief among the earthquake victims in Chenab Valley, JKLF chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik Thursday called for complete shutdown on the arrival of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. Dr Singh is scheduled to arrive on a two days visit to Kashmir in the last week of June. “The Congress high command in New Delhi had decided to stop us from distributing the relief among earthquake victims which JKLF had collected from Kashmiri people,” Malik said adding, “give me a single instance from any where in the worldwhen relief distribution was not allowed.” “Dr Singh is the murderer of Afzal Guru, In his regime 42 innocent Kashmiris were killed in 2008, 72in 2009 and 124 in 2010, so I appeal people of Kashmir to observe black day when Indian PM will visit Kashmir,” Malik said in a press conference on Thursday after reaching Srinagar from Doda. He alleged that the prime minister of India cou ...
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ICAR Signed MoU with RKMVU for Establishing 632nd KVK 28th February 2013, New Delhi, INDIA. Dr. K.D. Kokate, DDG, Agriculture Extension, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and Swami Atmapriyananda ji, Vice Chancellor, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University (RKMVU) signed a MoU for establishing 632nd Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) in South 24 Parganas district (West Bengal) here today. Dr. S. Ayyappan, Secretary, DARE and Director General, ICAR was present on the occasion. Dr. K.D. Kokate said this is the second KVK in one of the largest district in India, South 24 Parganas, where farmers are already practicing Integrated Farming System. He said that another award winning KVK in the district is functioning since 1979 at Nimpith under Ramakrishna Ashram. SOURCE:
MOU with IGNOU B.Com & M.Com courses exclusively for ICWAI students & Members by IGNOU PRESS RELEASE The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) and Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in a ceremony in New Delhi on 11th July 2008. MoU was signed in the presence of Prof. V.N. Rajasekharan Pillai, Chief Guest and Vice-Chancellor, IGNOU, Mr. Jitesh Khosla, Guest of Honour and Joint Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, Mr. Chandra Wadhwa, President, Mr. Kunal Banerjee, Vice President and other Council Members of ICWAI, Prof. Parvin Sinclair, Pro-Vice Chancellor, IGNOU, ICWAI officials, Professors of IGNOU, Academicians, Professionals, Government officials and other distinguished invitees. Under this MOU, IGNOU will offer specialized B.Com Course with major in Financial & Cost Accounting and specialized M.Com Course in Management Accounting & Financial Strategies for ICWAI students and Members of the Institute. ...
By TCN News, New Delhi: Najeeb Jung, Vice Chancellor, Jamia Millia Islamia has been nominated to the National Institute of Disaster Management as a Member. National Institute of Disaster Management is a premier institute for training and capacity development programmes for managing natural disasters in India, on a national as well as regional basis. The National Centre of Disaster Management constituted under an Act of Parliament in 1995; was re-designated to give the present name of National Institute of Disaster Management by the Disaster Management Act 2005 passed by President of India on January 9, 2006.
shri dr p.l.gautam has taken over the position of the Vice Chancellor of career point university ,hamipur Himachal Pradesh all these years, you have been a big support in all my endeavors for which I shall remain grateful to you. Shall be looking forward to continued fruitful association with you in future as well Born in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh, India Education Doctorate in Genetics, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi (1974) Positions held Chairperson, Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Authority, Ministry of Agriculture, GOI, New Delhi (Nov., 2010 onwards); Chairman, National Biodiversity Authority, Ministry of Environment and Forests, GOI, Chennai; Deputy Director General (Crop Sciences), ICAR, New Delhi; Vice-Chancellor, GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (Uttarakhand); Dean, College of Forestry, YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Foresty, Solan (HP); Director, National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (ICAR), New Delhi; National Directo . ...
SRINAGAR: Sheikh-ul-Alam Studies Centre, University of Kashmir in collaboration with Sahitya Academy, New Delhi organized a symposium titled “Kashur Lekhnas Manz Yaksaniyatek Masle” here today. Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir, Prof. Talat Ahmad was the Chief Guest on the occasion while as Prof. Rehman Rahi presided over the function. The function was among others attended by Chairman, Sheikh-ul-Alam Studies Centre, Bashar Bashir, Margoob Banhali, Rafiq Raaz, Prof. Nehvi, Dr. Shujaat Bukhari, Prof. Nazir Ahmad Malik, Shad Ramzan, Majrooh Rashid and Rattan Lal Talashi. Addressing the inaugural session of the symposium, the Vice Chancellor stressed for united efforts in propagating Kashmiri Language and bringing popularity of the language among new generations.
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Course popular in TN but less so elsewhere; experts say it offers unlimited scope for jobs There are two things every student at the Anna University campus, waiting for her admission these days, is sure of. First, she wants to be in a college that attracts good placements and second, she wants the Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) course. Three days after engineering counselling began on Sunday, of the 4,948 students allotted seats, nearly 1, 226 have opted for ECE. Mechanical engineering, with 892 seats, came second and computer science with around 724 takers was third. This preference for ECE is not unusual in the State. Over the last three years, ECE has dominated student choices here. In other parts of the country however, the scenario is not quite the same. Mechanical engineering is more or less the first preference in Mumbai, Pune, while students still opt for computer science and allied engineering courses in New Delhi. ECE – sometimes offered as a subset of electrical engineering a ...
New Delhi: After politicians and politically-connected people, the anti-corruption campaign led by Arvind Kejriwal said it was targeting crony capitalism in the form of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) in its latest expose, and alleged that the company used its influence to strike favourable terms for itself in its block in the Krishna-Godavari (KG) basin off the Andhra Pradesh coast. Kejriwal further claimed that S. Jaipal Reddy had been moved out of the petroleum ministry because he had initiated a probe into the KG-D6 gas block allotted to RIL. “Reliance has subverted the system for their benefit,” he said. RIL denied the charges, even while government officials maintained that the allegations by Keriwal’s India Against Corruption (IAC) did not merit a response. In a press statement, RILsaid, “The deep water exploration project in the KG-D6 basin has deployed the best technical resources and has been recognized by the oil and gas industry as one of the very best in its class. Thi ...
New Delhi: Naseeruddin Shah, the ace Bollywood actor, has congratulated the newly appointed Vice Chancellor of AMU – Gen. Zameeruddin Shah – and expressed full confidence in his ability to bring about the much desired change in AMU. Naseeruddin Shah is two years younger to Gen. Zameeruddin Shah and ...
YGVS, Varanasi, Extension Activities A five member team from Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh, Bangladesh, Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Hoque, Vice Chancellor, BAU, Dr. Md. Shams-ud-din, Professor, Dr. Md. Abdul Momen Miah, Professor, Dr. Md. Zulfiker Rahman, Professor and Mrs Afroza Begum, Deputy Director, BAU, on 5th May 2012, visited the Basani Gyan Kendra (Yuva Gramya Vikas Samiti) established by Gramin Gyan Kendra, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University funded by Media Lab Asia, Ministry of Information Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi. The above team was guided by Dr. Dipak De, Head, Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences (IAS)-BHU and Dr. B. Jirli, Assistant Professor, IAS-BHU. Department of Extension Education, IAS-BHU is actively involved in implementing the e-Sagu activities of the GGK Project in the target area. The main aim of their visit was to see the efficacy of the e-Sagu software (developed by IIIT-Hyderabad) in the target area an ...
UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon with Chancellor Lt Gen. M A Zaki (right) and Vice Chancellor of Jamia Milia Islamia Najeeb Jung at a special convocation to confer 'Doctor of letters' to Ban Ki Moon in New Delhi on Friday. Photo: UNI
Utkal University is asked to show cause why injunction as prayed for shall not be allowed, fixing 02.05.2012 for appearance and filing show cause. UU has surreptitiously arranged to confer D. Lt. degree on Manubhai Patel, former President of Lok Sevak Mandal (Servants of Peoples' Society) on 22.04.2012 in Odisha Bhavan, New Delhi. Vvekananda Dash, Editor of Janatantra filed a civil suit before the Civil judge(Senior Divison) praying for an ad-interim Injunction against UU (Represented by Registrar) & Vice Chancellor, UU. Earlier on February 27 UU had decided to confer the honorary Degree on Patel on March 2, 2012 by the Vice President of Indian Republic in its convocation. But Vivekananda Dash, Editor Janatantra had filed a petition to the Chancellor /Governor pointing out to some of the misdeeds of Manubhai. The Chancellor acted promptly & ordered to postpone conferring of degree on Manubhai Patel. Later The Governor asked Dash to produce evidence against Patel, which was complied by Dash. While it ...
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