Open counselling at YMCA University : The Tribune India

Faridabad: Giving golden opportunity to the students to get admission in master’s programmes in various arts disciplines, the JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, will conduct open counselling for vacant seats from November 28. Interested students, including those who have not applied for admission earlier, may participate in the open counselling and get admission directly. The university offers MA in Journalism and Mass Communication and MA in English with an intake of 30 and 35 seats, respectively. Further details of the course and fee can be obtained from the university website www.jcboseust.ac.in.

Faculty development programme

Faridabad: A one-week online faculty development programme on “Technology computer-aided design simulation of devices for microelectronics beyond 2020” has been organised by the department of electronics engineering of the JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA. The programme is sponsored under TEQIP-3. Chancellor of the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research Chandra Shekhar was the chief guest in the inaugural session, which was presided over by Vice Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar. Former director of CEERI, Pilani, Raj Singh; Anil Kumar from Naina Semiconductor Private Limited and Prof B Prasad from Kurukshetra University were the speakers during the session.

Constitution Week celebrated

Yamunanagar: The NCC unit of Guru Nanak Khalsa College celebrated Constitution Week and NCC Day. The programme was held under the supervision of 14 Haryana Battalion Commanding Officer Col Ajay Pal Kaushish and administrative officer Col Suresh Chaudhary. Keeping in mind the Covid pandemic and maintain social distancing, the cadets made e-posters and put it on their social media accounts. College principal Maj Harinder Singh Kang encouraged the cadets to participate in these activities. Major Kang informed the cadets about the importance of celebrating NCC Day and Constitution Week.

GJUST student gets placed

Hisar: A fourth-year student of BTech (Computer Science Engineering), Jaideep Sharma, of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (GJUST) has been selected in the Infosys through its Hackwithinfy contest. Pratap Singh, placement director, said Infosys had recently concluded the grand finale of the third edition of HackWithInfy, which was a countrywide hackathon open to all BE, BTech, ME and MTech students graduating in 2021. The objective of HackWithInfy is to provide students an enriching learning experience.

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