THE UNIVERSITY Grants Commission (UGC) has granted National Law Institute University (NLIU) Rs one crore for construction of a conference hall under its tenth plan. The hall will have a seating capacity of 250 persons and will house meetings, conferences and general programmes of NLIU.
Youth Festival winners to go for west zone
THE FIRST position winners of different competitions under Youth Festival (district level) held by Barkatullah University, are now gearing up for their participation in the inter-university zonal level Youth Festival competitions to be held in Aurangabad from December 8 to 12.
The zonal level festival will be hosted by Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. Students from Bhopal will participate in group song (Indian and western), group dance (folk), light music (Indian), classical vocal and debate among others.
The BU team will consist of about 40 students. About 20 students will be from Sarojini Naidu Government Girls’ College, faculty (music) Pramod Bhatt said. Around 30 to 35 universities from the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Gujarat will take part at the western zone competitions.
Winners of BU Youth Festival (district level) are also preparing for Youth Festival (state level) to be held in Ujjain from December 19 to 23.
Seminar at Chitransh
A BIOTECHNOLOGY seminar and poster competition was organised at Chitransh ADPG College on November 11. The poster competition was based on different aspects in the field of biotechnology with reference to soil, medicine, environment, plants and aero-biotechnology.
About 125 students took part and the three best entries will go for inter-college competitions to be held in Barkatullah University from December 6 to 8.
The first prize went to Sraddha Tambrakar (BSc first year), the second prize to Bhupendra Kumar (BSc third year) and the third prize was won by Mayank Tenguria (BSc third year).
The judges for the event were BU biochemistry faculty Dr Suman Gupta and MD pathology Dr Apoorv Tripathi.
BSSS holds musical evening
BHOPAL SCHOOL of Social Sciences (BSSS) held a musical evening related to value education on November 21. The participants included students, staff members, students’ parents and BSSS alumni. The chief guest on the occasion was chairman of the college Archbishop Dr Pascal Topno.
The evening began by paying homage to two students who met an untimely death - Jayraj Mudliar and John Vianne. After the chief guest lit the inaugural lamp, students Chhavi, Nidhi and Shivangi presented prayer song. The trio along with Anuradha and Juhi also presented group song.
Another group song was presented by Juvan and group. Jeff Raju (B Com first year) presented devotional song. Solo songs were presented by Danish Usmani, Shivangi, Sahil Tyagi, Mayank Dabral, Nidhi Jain, Parteek Kakkar, Chhavi, Alekh Telang, Anuradha and Juhi.
Among staff members, vice principal Dr Sr Johnsy presented a solo song. The commerce faculty of the college presented a group song, while office staff Habil Beck rendered a devotional song. Among alumni members Fr Shelmon presented a song. The stage was also open for parents to present songs related to the theme of human values.
Compiled by Arpita Mitra