Punjab

Celebration of National Science Day at Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University

March 01, 2024
Sri Fatehgarh Sahib/1 March:
(Ravinder Singh Dhindsa)

Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University Fatehgarh Sahib celebrated National Science Day on the theme ‘Indigenous Technologies for Viksit Bharat’ on February 28th and 29th, 2024 showcasing its commitment to scientific research, innovation and education. The event was aimed at commemorating the legacy of Sir C.V. Raman, and to promote scientific temper and curiosity among students.Event celebrations commenced with inaugural session on February 28, 2024, presided by Prof. S.S. Billing, Dean Academic Affairs. All guest were welcomed by Dr. Monika Airi, Organizing Secretary of the event. Dr. H.S. Bhatia from Germany delivered a talk on the topic of Advancing Biomedicine in the morning session. The celebration also featured various competitions, including scientific quiz, scientific rangoli and best out of waste competition. More than 300 students participated with full enthusiasm and presented their creativity and innovation. University's commitment to promoting advancement in science was evident by organizing a talk on the topic ‘Fundamental technological advancements and the age of information’ by Dr. Bir Bikram Singh on second day of the event.  It was followed by the competitions of power-point presentation, poster making, slogan writing, and scientific models. The celebrations were concluded with a valedictory function during which, Dr. Preet Kaur, convener of the event, presented a detailed report. Students were awarded with prize by Prof. Prit Pal Singh (Vice-Chancellor), Prof. S.S. Billing (Dean Academic Affairs) and Prof. Tejbir Singh (Registrar). The Vice-Chancellor congratulated the participants and winners, and appreciated the efforts of organizing team. Dr. Rahul Badru, convener of the event, presented a vote of thanks at the end. The National Science Day celebration served as a testament to the university's unwavering commitment to advancing knowledge and contributing to the scientific community.
 
 
 
 

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