Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan annual function today
THE ANNUAL function of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Shyamla Hills would be held on March 7 at the auditorium of National Institute of Technical Teachers? Training and Research (NITTTR) from 3.00 pm onwards.india Updated: Mar 07, 2006 15:32 IST
THE ANNUAL function of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Shyamla Hills would be held on March 7 at the auditorium of National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research (NITTTR) from 3.00 pm onwards.
Central Hindi Institute, Agra, Dr Kamla Prasad Vice-Chairman would be the chief guest and the chairman of the board of directors of NITTTR would preside over the function. Vice-Chancellor of Bhoj Open University Dr Kamlakar Singh would be the special guest.
The annual report of the Sanskrit Sansthan would be presented and the meritorious students would be presented with awards and certificates.
Training programme inauguration today
A TRAINING programme on ‘harvest and post harvest technology of fish’ being organised by the Department of Applied Aquaculture of the Barkatullah University would be inaugurated on March 7 at 10.00 at the host department. Dr K Devadasan, director of the Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, would inaugurate the programme while Prof R S Sirohi,
Vice-Chancellor of the Barkatullah University would preside over.
Campus selection for B Ed students
A campus selection for B Ed students would be held at the Christ B Ed College, Anand Nagar, on March 13 from 10.00 an onwards. Principal of the college, Dr John OK has claimed that this campus placement programme is first of its kind among the teachers training institutes in Bhopal and is open to all B Ed candidates from any institution in the City.
Invitations have been sent out to the educational institutions that are on lookout of teachers to participate in the process. For further information, phone number 2681090, cell number 9827051090 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org may be contacted.
First Published: Mar 07, 2006 15:32 IST