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SHORT TAKES | Prakash Gaur awarded Ph D

ADDITIONAL MANAGING director of Madhya Pradesh Madhyam Prakash Gaur has been awarded Ph D degree by the Barkatullah University in the subject of Applied Economics and Business Management (Commerce).

india Updated: Jan 17, 2006 19:56 IST
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ADDITIONAL MANAGING director of Madhya Pradesh Madhyam Prakash Gaur has been awarded Ph D degree by the Barkatullah University in the subject of Applied Economics and Business Management (Commerce). The Ph D was awarded to Gaur for his thesis on the topic `Studies on evaluation of market potential and strategy for promotion of biofertiliser’.

Gaur has been closely associated with applied economics during his career. In his research, he has made in-depth analysis of relations between management and applied economics. He has completed his thesis under the guidance of Hamidia Commerce and Arts College professor Dr M L Soni.

Meet on environment

PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATORY Committee of the Government Geetanjali Girls’ College would be holding a two-day national seminar on `new horizons of environment and problems’ on February 3 and 4 at the college. About 200 senior scientists, academicians and research scholars from across the country are expected to participate in the seminar.

Principal of the college Dr Nayantara Pathak has said eminent environmentalists from various parts in country have been invited for the seminar. During the event, a young scientist award and best poster presentation award would be given to encourage research on environment among young generation. For the first time an inter-collegiate poster competition would be organised for graduate students to create awareness amongst them.

Computer centre inaugurated

AN ADVANCE computer centre was inaugurated at the RKDF Institute of Science and Technology by advisor to All India Council for Technical Education Dr Rajneesh Shrivastava recently. Equipped with 100 computers of P4 level, the centre has several features like 2 Mpbs speed and unlimited broadband Internet access to all students and faculty members.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Shrivastava highlighted the changing aspects of `teacher-pupil’ relationship and stressed the need of continuous updating of knowledge. Earlier, group director of RKDF Dr N K Mittal welcomed the guests. Dr G D Singh made introductory remarks. Chairman B L Khurana and Sunil Kapoor were present. Dr J K Jain proposed vote of thanks.

Annual function at Gandhi School

THE THIRD annual day of the Gandhi National Public School was celebrated recently on the school premises with KPS Tomar, assistant director as the chief guest. The school principal presented the annual report. In his address, Tomar appreciated the school management and staff members for organising such grand programme.

The students presented several cultural items including folk dance, western dance, Hindi and English play and solo dances. Surjeet Singh Chauhan and former principal of school Usha Jain were also present. President of Laughter Club C B Chansoriya shared his experiences. The programme was conducted by Sharmishtha Das Sharma and Preeti Sareen.