KURUKSHETRA: Kurukshetra University (KU) has announced Short Term Skill Development Courses for the consultation 2019-20 on Friday.
Nodal Officer of Rashtriya Uchhachhatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) released the admission schedule of the skill publications in KU on Friday.
The college has supplied ability publications in technological know-how, digital media, management, tourism, Vastu Shastra and various other disciplines.
KU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr. Kailash Chandra Sharma said, “These publications are the golden possibility for the scholars and other stakeholders of the society to enhance their skills in diverse disciplines. The important goal is to make the student successful and equipped for the enterprise.”
Nodal Officer RUSA Prof Manjula Chaudhary whilst announcing the admission time table of the Short Term Courses said, “The Kurukshetra University is beginning certificate route in Chemical Laboratory Assistant, Practical Aspects of Quantum Chemical, Chemical Calculation, Quality Control and Quality Assurance, Graphic Design, Online Fact-Checking, and Digital Media Skills, Retails Sale Skills, Heritage Walk and Entrepreneurship in Heritage Tourism, Vastu Shastra and Indian Interior Design, Certificate route in Marathi Language.”
Prof Manjula added that the students who want to take admission in those guides can observe as much as October 31, 2019.
Recently, KU has established a center for talent development and center for continuing schooling below the RUSA campaign of the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
To meet out the call for the enterprise, KU will invite renowned specialists from special fields to educate the students with today’s equipment and strategies. These publications will expand a linkage between the university and the industry with the intention to preserve the varsity to satisfy out the expectancy of the youths of this place.
Black flags have proven to UP deputy CM, ‘governor pass returned’ painted on wall saga:
Protesting against Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar University’s eighty-fifth convocation rite being organised on Friday with out complete assertion of consequences and no longer issuing mark sheets to the general public of the scholars, contributors of the National Student Union of India (NSUI) painted walls en-course to governor of Uttar Pradesh and varsity chancellor Anandiben Patel to the Khandari campus, the venue of convocation ceremony, with slogans like “Governor Go Back” and “Fake Convocation”.
In the afternoon, UP’s Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma who turned into the leader guest of the convocation ceremony became shown black flags by using NSUI workers after he became leaving from the Khandari campus. The NSUI workers breached heavy security or even came in front of the deputy CMs car and waved black flags. They have been chased away by way of police.
The graffiti towards the go-to of the governor was made via NSUI workers at night time. The police and management needed to get a fresh coat of paint over partitions on which slogans have been written.
The state coordinator of NSUI, Ankush Gautam, stated, “University has carried out a fake convocation rite. Thousands of students are waiting for consequences. More than 90% of the eighty-five,000 college students who were declared ‘skip out’ by way of the college in the course of the convocation rite has no longer acquired mark sheet. Besides, students will make numerous rounds to school places of work to get their mark sheets and diploma certificate.”
NSUI country secretary Satish Sikarwar stated, “The deputy CM is also the minister for better training of the kingdom. Before attending the convocation rite as a leader visitor, he has to have checked whether all of the outcomes were declared and mark sheets were issued. We desire after seeing black flags he would recognize his obligation and do something for students’ advantages.”
NSUI media coordinator Apoorv Sharma stated, “Without assertion of all consequences and distribution of mark sheets to college students, the convocation organized became a fraudulent exercise. Besides, vice-chancellor Arvind Kumar Dixit is also no longer permitting student union elections to take vicinity. We’ll no longer tolerate his dictatorship. NSUI will continue protesting for pupil troubles.”
Samajwadi Chatra Sabha (SCS) people additionally participated in the protest. Rajan Thakur, Gaurav Yadav, and Jayant of SCS were no longer allowed to move out in their houses by means of police. NSUI district president Bilal Ahmed become detained by way of police on Friday morning.