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DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day

DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day
DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day
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DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day

Mandigobindgarh: Desh Bhagat University organised a technical cum educational program in connection with National Science Day. University Faculty of Engineering & Technology and Department of Life Sciences jointly arranged this mega program. The event was sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and Punjab State Council for Science and Technology, Govt. of Punjab. A large number of students from different classes actively participated in it and showcased their talent. University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh presided over the event. He urged the students to develop or invent something new that may be helpful to the society.

Giving details of the event, university Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. Neelima Jerath stated that this time the theme of the event was ‘Science and Technology for a sustainable Future’. Research scholars and teachers shared their research work and project details with the students. The students of different classes participated in debate on Scientific Projects and gave presentation on Innovative Ideas. The experts appreciated their innovative ideas and guided them how they can improve. The Prize winners of innovative contest were Aparna from B. Tech (Dairy Technology), Audil Ahmad Padroo and Peerzada Aatir Mehraj Quadri from B. Tech. (Electrical Engineering). In Debate Competition, the team comprising Vishal, Mukat, Aparna, Bharat, Abhishek, Rupak, Sunil and Harsh from B. Tech. (Dairy Technology) won the first prize.

DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day

Students also exhibited their projects in different competition and showed their skills as individual and in team projects as well. During the technical cum interaction sessions, lectures were delivered by experts and PPT, Oral and Poster presentations were made by research scholars, teachers and students.

Dr. Tajinder Kaur appreciated the skills of the students and expressed pleasure at the overwhelming response to the programme and said that it will prove quite useful for the students and faculty members.