Seminar on the harms of fast food: The Tribune India
Kaithal: Three NSS units of RKSD College held a seminar as part of the National Nutrition Month campaign. The program managers, Dr. Sanjay Garg, Dr. Shweta and Prof. Rajesh, organized the program. The discussion focused on the growing fast food culture and its harmful effects. College principal Sanjay Goyal said eating a balanced and nutritious diet was an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.
Sinha is the new head of the board
Sonepat: Ashoka University unanimously named Dr. Pramath Raj Sinha as its new board chair on Friday. Pramath will succeed Ashish Dhawan, who will continue in his role as founding chairman. Sinha is one of the university’s principal architects and has been associated with the project since 2007. Sinha said, “It is an honor and a privilege to take on the role of President and to work alongside our distinguished founders.
Youth Red Cross Shield MDU Bags
Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) has won the Youth Red Cross (YRC) Shield and Youth Red Cross Award for the 2019-2020 session for its contribution to the field of the Cross -Red of youth. Vice Chancellor Prof. Rajbir Singh received the shield from Governor Bandaru Dattatreya during a state-level ceremony held in Haryana Raj Bhawan on Thursday.
KU Youth Red Cross society honored
Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University (KU) Youth Red Cross Unit was honored with a shield for the year 2020-21 by Governor Bandaru Dattatreya during the 34th Annual General Meeting of the Youth Red Cross held in Haryana Raj Bhavan, Chandigarh on Thursday. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Som Nath Sachdeva, received the shield.
UK university rewards PGIMS alumnus
Rohtak: PGIMS Rohtak alumnus Dr. Satya Vrat Sharma received an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton, England for his outstanding contribution to the healthcare sector in India and the UK. The award is given to those who have made a significant contribution to their areas of expertise. Dr. Sharma was admitted to MBBS at PGIMS, Rohtak in 1966. Later he worked at PGIMS, Chandigarh for a few years. He did MD (Medicine) from PGIMS, Rohtak in 1976 and then went to UK in 1977 where he worked as a general practitioner for 31 years. He retired in 2013.