Rohatak – Postgraduate Dental Science Institute (PGDS), Rohtak is ranked third among the top 10 dental institutions in India by an annual survey of the best colleges in India in Sunday Sunday magazine. This is the third consecutive year that Pygids has secured accommodation in all three dental facilities in the country, said Dr. Sanjay Tiwari, Director General of Pigids. “He has reached 159.2 out of 180 marks in career advancement and placement and is ranked first. The assessment includes the quality of admission and management, academic excellence, infrastructure and life experience, personality and leadership development, professional development and placement, Dr. Tiwari added.
Techniques in Molecular Biology
Cardinal: To extend and share scientific knowledge with scheduled researchers, the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) launched a 10-day training on molecular biology techniques, which began on Saturday. Dr. Ms Chawhan, Deputy Director of the Institute’s Animal Biotechnology Center, presented the training program. Dr. Chauhan from C.S. He emphasized the importance of the training program for non-community researchers. The training program will enhance the knowledge and skills of the participants in the fields of molecular biology and bioinformatics, said course director Dr. Narsh Slokar, with participants from different parts of the country.
Seedlings are distributed among students
Carnal – In a campaign launched by the Harana Legal Services Authority (HSLA), the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), a plant distribution program was set up at the Government High School, und Andrak Village Campus. Jasbir, CJM-Kum-writer, DLSA, urged students to take care of these plants after planting. She emphasized adding greenery.
2 students excel in yoga competitions
Yamunangar – Chetan and Diksha, Gana Nanak Kelsa College, Yamunagar, secured first and second place in the online national yoga championship, bringing in the college, district and state laurel in the field of yoga. The National Yoga Championship is organized by Jlandhar DAV Women’s University. The principal of the college, Dr. Harinding Singh Kang, said that both students achieved this difference by defeating their opponents in a very tough competition.
Plant program at KU
Kurukshara: The Eco Club and Garden Development Department of Kurukshara University has organized a week-long herbal program under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotssav near the university’s sports complex. On this occasion, KU VC Professor Som Nat Sakdeva said it was important to carry out social awareness campaigns to save the environment. He also said that it is a moral responsibility to take care of these after planting the seedlings. Ku San Registrar Dr. Sanjeev Sharma also planted a seedling.
World Photography Day
Yamunangar: “A picture has the ability to communicate more than a thousand words, but the situation must be vivid and emotional.” Captain Harind Singh Kang. On the spot, NSS students showed off photographs of nature, flowers, animals, and collages. Congratulations to all students and teachers on the occasion.