NSS Volunteers prepared and presented a short sensitizing video about knowledge and prevention of HIV AIDS.
This project provides a platform to specially abled children to showcase their unique talents and abilities
Talent Dikhlaaja is a project initiated for providing platform to specially abled children to showcase their talent
Popular Science Lecture series on "Cellular response to HYPOXIA: In development and diseases" organized by Indian Women Scientists’ Association, Supported by BRNS-DAE by Dr. Sanjeev Shukla (Dean R & D. Associate Professor, DBT/Wellcome Trust Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, IISER, Bhopal) on 5th December 2020 at 4 pm
Department of Botany organised a National Webinar on “Diversity and taxonomy of Fungi” in association with Mycolgical Society of India, (Mumbai Unit). It was held online through MS Teams platform on Sunday, 6th December 2020 from 10.00 am to 11.00am. The guest speaker was eminent mycologist, Professor Dr. C. Manoharachary, Honorary NASI Senior Scientist, Department of Botany, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
Department of Botany organised a National Webinar on “Diversity of Marine fungi and their Biotechnological potential” in association with Mycolgical Society of India, (Mumbai Unit). It was held online through MS Teams platform on Sunday, 6th December 2020 from 11.30am to 12.30pm. The guest speaker was eminent mycologist, Dr. V. Venkateswara Sarma, Department of Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Pondichery University, R. V. Nagar, Kalapet, Pondichery.
Sea La Vie is a beach clean up drive.
1. Orientation of Juno Application 2. Smooth Assessment of Descriptive Answers
This was a donation drive planned on the occasion of New year.
Title: Lead Thy Thoughts Objective: To understand and inculcate the value of leadership in the youth of today. Methodology: intra-collegiate essay writing competition Report: Under Value Lab activities, value for the month of January was ‘Leadership’. On 30th January 2021, an intra-collegiate essay writing competition on ‘Leadership’ was conducted. The essays were to be of 1000-1200 words and were scrutinized by Ms Vrushali Gupte and Dr Seema C, professors of from the departments of Philosophy and English respectively. The winners were given certificates and their achievements mentioned on the Instagram handles of Value Lab and English Association. Participants: 10 Outcome: The students wrote essays describing the qualities of leadership, thereby getting an understanding of what it means to be a true leader. Title: Capturing Culture Objective: To understand and appreciate Indian art and culture Methodology: photography and captioning competition Report: In collaboration with Cultural Association, English Association conducted a photography competition on 26th January 2021. The participants had to capture Indian art and culture and submit their entries along with suitable captions. Mr Prashin Jagger, a music photographer and Ms Janani Srinivas, a content writer, judged the contest. All the participants were given certificates and celebrated on the social media handle of Cultural Association. Participants: 25 Outcome: Students looked at cultural and traditional motifs with fresh eyes and learnt to appreciate our culture.
Traditional Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm on 30th January 2021 in online mode by all students and staff.