K. R. Man­galam Uni­ver­sity

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K.R. Man­galam Uni­ver­sity or­ga­nized farewell-2017 on May 5, 2017 to bid good bye to its out­go­ing batch of stu­dents with great en­thu­si­asm. Func­tion be­gan with aus­pi­cious lamp light­ing and Saraswati Van­dana. Ju­niors ex­pressed their love and af­fec­tion for their se­niors by ex­hibit­ing beau­ti­ful cul­tural pro­gramme. Se­nior stu­dents shared their ex­pe­ri­ences. Hon­or­able Vice Chan­cel­lor Prof R K Mit­tal in his speech wished them good luck for their fu­ture life and also ex­pressed the hope that stu­dents will con­tinue to strive hard and achieve ex­cel­lence in life. An­nounce­ment for the Best All-Rounder Stu­dent Award (Male) -2017 and Best All-Rounder Stu­dent Award (Fe­male) were made. Mr. Ni­ladri Bhat­achar­jee (School of En­gi­neer­ing and Tech­nol­ogy) and Ms. Nikita ( School of Man­age­ment and Com­merce) won the award. They were pre­sented with the me­men­toes and cer­tifi­cates. Hon­or­able Pro-Vice Chan­cel­lor Prof. (Dr.) Sub­hash C Gupta and Dean of dif­fer­ent schools gave their best wishes and ex­pressed hope that stu­dents will re­main con­nected to their alma-mat­ter. The first is­sue of Uni­ver­sity Mag­a­zine “Re­flec­tions-2017" was re­leased by Vice Chan­cel­lor. The Mag­a­zine not only chron­i­cles the events and achieve­ments of the uni­ver­sity but also show­cases the cre­ative tal­ent and writ­ing prow­ess of our stu­dents. Af­ter the re­lease, the mag­a­zine was dis­trib­uted to the fac­ulty and stu­dents. Ef­forts of the ed­i­to­rial team were well ap­pre­ci­ated by all. To­ken of love and af­fec­tion were given to the stu­dents in Me­mento Dis­tri­bu­tion cer­e­mony. The pro­gramme ended with the vote of thanks to the man­age­ment for pro­vid­ing full sup­port for this func­tion.

K.R. Man­galam Uni­ver­sity or­gan­ised Sem­i­nar in col­lab­o­ra­tion with CEGR

K.R. Man­galam Uni­ver­sity, Gu­ru­gram, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with CEGR or­ga­nized a Sem­i­nar on the topic of "En­hanc­ing Skills for Com­pet­i­tive Cor­po­rate World". Speak­ing in the sem­i­nar Prof. San­jiva Dubey said that stu­dents should fo­cus on skill de­vel­op­ment in their sub­ject of study. If stu­dents will have skill then it will in­crease their em­ploy­a­bil­ity. Prof. San­jiva Dubey is for­mer Chief In­for­ma­tion Of­fi­cer (Asia Pa­cific) of IBM Pvt Ltd. He has authored seven books which have

been pub­lished by re­puted pub­lish­ers. He is also Vis­it­ing Fac­ulty of IIM Luc­know, IIM In­dore and var­i­ous other pres­ti­gious in­sti­tu­tions. Cen­tre for Ed­u­ca­tion Growth and Re­search (CEGR) is an in­de­pen­dent think tank ded­i­cated to­wards qual­i­ta­tive, in­no­va­tive and em­ploy­a­bil­ity-en­hanc­ing ed­u­ca­tion, pre­par­ing the next gen­er­a­tion as fu­ture lead­ers. The cen­tre pro­vides a plat­form for the ex­change of di­a­logue among aca­demi­cians, cor­po­rate, me­dia and pol­icy mak­ers and aug­ments ed­u­ca­tional growth and re­search. Speak­ing in the Sem­i­nar Dean of School of Man­age­ment and Com­merce, Prof. Vi­jay Dubey said that to get suc­cess in the cor­po­rate world stu­dents will have to labour hard. They must un­der­stand that by do­ing job they are not only serv­ing the com­pany but in fact they are serv­ing the so­ci­ety as a whole. They must de­velop their skills. He said that Uni­ver­sity is com­mit­ted to­wards the holis­tic de­vel­op­ment of stu­dents and fac­ulty mem­bers are do­ing their best to hone the skills amongst the stu­dents. Main moto be­hind the sem­i­nar was to step by step de­velop the cor­po­rate em­ploy­a­bil­ity skills viz., aware­ness, prac­tice, feed­back, re­flec­tion and re­fine­ment amongst the stu­dents. Stu­dents also got var­i­ous in­puts on strate­gies to en­hance the em­ploy­a­bil­ity by im­prov­ing their soft skills.The sem­i­nar was or­gan­ised by School of Man­age­ment and Com­merce. Prof (Dr.) Bra­jesh Ku­mar, Dean Aca­demics, ap­pre­ci­ated the ef­fort done by fac­ulty mem­bers of the school.The sem­i­nar was co­or­di­nated by Dr. Meghna Ch­habra.

Visit to News Na­tion Chan­nel and Par­tic­i­pa­tion in In­dia Bole Pro­gram

School of Jour­nal­ism and Mass Com­mu­ni­ca­tion or­ga­nized news chan­nel visit on 28.04.2017 to News Na­tion Chan­nel at Noida for the stu­dents of BJMC II and IV stu­dents. Dr. Ku­mar Ra­jyavard­han ac­com­pa­nied the stu­dents and in­tro­duced them to var­i­ous ed­i­to­rial staff of the chan­nel. Stu­dents vis­ited dif­fer­ent stu­dio of the chan­nel and also par­tic­i­pated in the panel dis­cus­sion pro­gram,’ In­dia Bole’. Stu­dents also par­tic­i­pated in the pro­gram of re­gional chan­nel News State.In­dia bole is a spe­cial pro­gram of one hour du­ra­tion an­chored by Ramesh Bhatt .Ramesh’s strength is his in-depth knowl­edge on a par­tic­u­lar sub­ject. He has done a num­ber of live de­bates on so­cial, eco­nomic, po­lit­i­cal and in­ter­na­tional is­sues. The topic of the dis­cus­sion was food wastage in In­dia. Stu­dents asked dif­fer­ent rel­e­vant ques­tions from the ex­pert panel present in the stu­dio and other ex­perts who were con­nected via OB Van from other des­ti­na­tions. Ramesh Bhatt, an­chor of the pro­gram ap­pre­ci­ated the ef­forts of the stu­dents and wished them good luck for their fu­ture en­deavor. Af­ter the show, Mr.Ramesh Bhatt ex­plained­about var­i­ous is­sues of jour­nal­ism and the eti­quettes of live an­chor­ing. Stu­dents also met with dif­fer­ent other ed­i­to­rial staff and dis­cussed var­i­ous topic of their in­ter­est and prac­ti­cally got the hands on ex­pe­ri­ence about the setup and func­tion of the ed­i­to­rial depart­ment.

Vin­tage Cam­era Mu­seum and Foun­da­tion Visit

‘Pho­tog­ra­phy Club’ and School of Jour­nal­ism and Mass Com­mu­ni­ca­tion of KRMU, or­ga­nized a one-day visit to the Vin­tage Cam­era Mu­seum and Foun­da­tion, DLF Phase-3, Gu­ru­gram, on 27th April, 2017. The Mu­seum show­cases ana­logue cam­eras from over a cen­tury-long pe­riod, grown out of the per­sonal col­lec­tion of vis­ual his­to­rian and cel­e­brated pho­tog­ra­pher, Aditya Arya. Mr. Aditya Arya took the stu­dents for the tour of the mu­seum and showed them var­i­ous cam­eras and ac­ces­sories col­lected from all over the world. He ed­u­cated the stu­dents about the de­vel­op­ment of pho­tog­ra­phy and demon­strated the func­tion­ing of cam­eras and var­i­ous re­lated equip­ment and ac­ces­sories. The Vin­tage Cam­era Mu­seum and Foun­da­tion has a vast col­lec­tion of gor­geous, bulky cam­eras sit­ting pretty on glass dis­play cases, cam­eras used dur­ing sec­ond world-war to cap­ture the bomb­ing, a fas­ci­nat­ing col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal pho­tos from the Par­ti­tion-era and all the cam­era ac­ces­sories. Stu­dents en­thu­si­as­ti­cally asked ques­tions and the col­lec­tor-cu­ra­tor Mr. Aditya Arya an­swered all the queries. The visit was co­or­di­nated by Dr. Di­wakarPadalia, Ms. Shikha Sharma and Mr. Charu Chan­dra Pathak. This visit helped the stu­dent to un­der­stand the nu­ances of cam­era func­tion­ing and they phys­i­cally wit­nessed the an­cient equip­ment which were oth­er­wise only avail­able in form of pic­tures and videos in the in­ter­net.

Hon­or­able Vice Chan­cel­lor Prof. R. K. Mit­tal and Hon­or­able Pro-Vice Chan­cel­lor Prof. (Dr.) Sub­hash C Gupta and Dean

Prof. San­jiva Dubey is for­mer Chief In­for­ma­tion Of­fi­cer (Asia Pa­cific) of IBM Pvt Ltd

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