Kurukshetra University to work with Japanese Embassy: The Tribune India

Kurukshetra: A team of seasoned experts composed of Professor Ashok Chawla, Adviser, Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of India. Joyanto Rabha, administrator and Ken Sobajima, program coordinator of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), visited Kurukshetra University on Monday to interact with Vice-Chancellor Prof. Som Nath Sachdeva and senior academicians of the KU. Shinjo Miyamoto, Minister of Economy and Development at the Embassy of Japan, joined the online meeting. “The KU has taken the initiative to launch two Japanese courses from the 2021 session which are running successfully. The Japanese expert team is at KU to advise the university on the development of the program, to further expand the Japanese language programs and to provide a Japanese National as an expert language teacher in the future, ”said said Professor Som Nath. He said that KU is introducing Japanese, German and French programs in the Online Mode Distance Education Directorate from the 2022 session in accordance with the new 2020 education policy.

Delhi public school boy shines

Ambala: Arshil Saini, class VIII student at Delhi Public School, Ambala. came out with flying colors in an online competition, Global Kids Achievers Awards 2021 and is shortlisted in the top 150 for superlative and outstanding achievement in the field of academics around the world. He set a new record as “youngest to pass international computer certification exams” of “Microsoft and Comptia” in India. The principal of the school, Amita Dhaka, congratulated him and his parents on his accomplishment.

First school in the painting competition

Pehowa: Pupils from Tagore Bal Niketan High School, Pehowa, took part in the painting and rangoli competition on Monday at Saraswati Bank in Pehowa on the occasion of the International Gita Mahotsav-2021. School coordinator Bindu Sharma said that by participating in such competitions, children’s morale was boosted and their talent developed. He also motivated all the students to participate enthusiastically in such competitions. The team got the first place in the painting competition. The painting team consisted of Krish, Paras, Harshpreet, Harpreet Kaur, Palak, Akshara, Chirag, Prabhdeep, Jashanpreet and Anshpreet.

Improve employability skills

Faridabad: DAV Institute of Management’s Complementary and Innovation Unit, NH 3, NIT, Faridabad, organized a program on “Innovation Does Not Start With Technology, But With The People Who Create It – Unlock Your Potential to innovate “here recently. Dr Resham M, HoD, MBA Department, NIET, Greater Noida, who was the keynote speaker focused on improving communication and employability skills of students. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Deputy Director, welcomed the trainer and said that the DAV Institute of Management has always believed in giving the best to students and therefore such programs are a regular feature of the institute.

Invited conference on tax deductions

Faridabad: A guest conference on “Deductions under Section 80C to 80U” was recently organized by the Department of Commerce at Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh. Principal Dr Krishan Kant Gupta, the contact person, Mohan (CFO of One Tick Technologies Pvt) presented various types of deductions related to personal and business income tax. Giving details, he said tax deductions not only help reduce an amount of his taxable income to save tax, but also help calculate income subject to tax. He pointed out that reducing taxable income helps people save and invest money in other areas. One can claim a deduction for amounts spent on tuition, medical expenses and donations. He shared his experiences with the students and answered their questions. About 150 final year BCom students participated in the program.

Maria D. Ervin