Gurugram: In a bid to provide practical journalism knowledge to students in the media department, Gurugram University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Kumar has published a newspaper titled “University Ink” on his campus in Sector 51 here . In the four-page newspaper, various news related to the university and other current affairs will be included in Hindi as well as English. The e-journal will also be available on the university’s website and can also be viewed on its Facebook page.
Creative writing workshop
Yamunanagar: To celebrate the 50th year of post-graduation in English, a “Craft of creative writing” workshop was held at Mukand Lal National College here. Ritu Kumar, head of the English department, said that in order to become a successful writer, learning the nuances of writing is essential. Resource person Chetna Keer, novelist and columnist, dwelt in detail on the art of characterization in creative writing, the need to grasp its content and context by illustrating literary classics and legends.
The College celebrates World Cancer Day
Yamunanagar: NCC, NSS and Youth Red Cross units from Guru Nanak Khalsa College celebrated World Cancer Day. Principal (Maj) Harinder Singh Kang said this year’s theme was “Bridging the Care Gap” as cancer was the second leading cause of death globally. NSS program managers Dr Catherine Masih and Dr Sanjay Vij said cancer can occur at any age and if not detected and treated at the right time could increase the risk of death .
Mahendragarh: The Central University of Haryana has started a program called “Prayas” to give special training to students for competitive examinations like National Eligibility Test (Life Sciences)/JRF/GATE. Vice Chancellor Prof. Tankeswar Kumar said it will help students develop their academic abilities to make their careers bright.