Saturday, May 19, 2018

Friday, May 18, 2018

Be in Touch with Blood Pressure



Be in Touch with Blood Pressure this World Hypertension Day
SIRSA NEWS 
18th  May, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia. Vikas Taneja
Be in Touch with Blood Pressure this World Hypertension Day




On World Hypertension Day 16th May 2018 an Informative Press Interface was held in Sirsa. Dr Ajay Poonia MD and Dr Viswanath V. DM Cardiology from Grant Medical College Mumbai gave important insight and tips for care and prevention of Hypertension. Tarun Raheja from CIPLA as part of CSR activity conducted this meet. This Video was recorded on 16th May 2018 in Sirsa.

Hypertension, simply known as high blood pressure (BP), is a common condition in which the BP value exceeds a certain threshold, i.e. >130/80 mm Hg. Uncontrolled high BP is dangerous as it can damage various vital organs such as the heart, kidneys or brain and can led to early death. Worldwide, hypertension is the leading risk factor for heart and blood vessel related diseases and is associated with at least 7.6 million deaths per year. Even in India, the burden of hypertension has reached alarmingly numbers with one in every three adult Indians suggested to be hypertensive.
However, huge number of individuals with the disease is not the only challenge in the management of hypertension. In a study, it was observed that, in India, only 42% of urban and 25% of rural hypertensive individuals were aware of their hypertension status. Of these hypertensive, only 38% of urban and 25% of rural patients were being treated but just one-fifth of urban and just one-tenth of rural hypertensives had their BP under control. Thus, unawareness of the condition is a big issue in India and needs to be address for the better health of the country.
On the occasion of World Hypertension Day, addressing the public, Dr Vishwanath V. said, “Hypertension is a silent killer; it often has no warning signs or symptoms and many people are unaware of its presence. Especially now after revision of hypertension guidelines many people can be diagnosed as ones with ‘hypertension’ and they will need lifestyle intervention and/ or drugs to manage their future risk. It is, therefore, important to check your BP, especially if you are a smoker, or are obese, or have an inactive lifestyle, or have a family history of hypertension. The simple step of knowing your BP value can save your life.”
Management of hypertension involves two basic approaches: improvement in lifestyle and intake of antihypertensive drugs as directed by the physicians. Explaining these points, Dr Ajay Poonia further said, “Lifestyle changes, though difficult, are vital in the management of high BP. Small changes in your daily life like including less salt in the diet, reducing intake of alcohol, and exercising regularly have a big impact. Other important aspect in hypertension management that is usually overlooked and which can be easily tackled is poor adherence to the treatment prescribed by the doctor. Many patients stop taking medicines on their own, without realizing that once you stop the medications the BP rises again and starts damaging the important organs of the body. Poor adherence is an important reason why many hypertension patients in our country do not have their BP under control. Thus, if you have hypertension, take the medicines as advised by your doctor, and check your BP regularly so that you and your doctor are aware that the medicines prescribed to you are working for you, if not your doctor can do necessary changes in your therapy.”
Thus, hypertension, though a huge burden, could easily be tackled with conscious steps such as regular BP check-ups, following the instructions given by the doctor and not stopping medicines without consulting the doctor.
Risk factors for high BP
1. Obesity/overweight
2. Smoking
3. Inactive lifestyle
4. High intake of salt
5. High intake of alcohol
6. Family history of hypertension
7. Stress
Lifestyle modification for management of BP
1. Maintain normal body weight
2. Quit smoking
3. Limit alcohol intake
4. Exercise regularly
5. Eat a healthy diet
6. Limit salt intake

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

AHPCWU LALKAAR Rally to be held at Jind on 29th April


AHPCWU LALKAAR Rally to be held at Jind on 29th April – Davinder Hooda
SIRSA NEWS 
24th  April, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia. Vikas Taneja
AHPCWU LALKAAR Rally to be held at Jind on 29th April.
Watch Video: Devinder Singh Hooda, Chairman All Haryana Power Corp Workers Union (AHPCWU) invites workers of Sirsa for LALKAAR RALLY at Jind to be held on 29th April, 2018.



This video was recorded at the invitational seminar held at campus DHBVNL Sirsa on 24th April, 2018.

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Foundation Day of Ch Devi Lal University held at multipurpose Hall


Foundation Day of Ch Devi Lal University held at multipurpose Hall.
SIRSA NEWS 
15th  April, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia. Vikas Taneja

Watch Video: CDLU Foundation Day 13th April 2018.

Dr Rajender Kumar Anayath, Vice Chancellor, Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology Murthal was the chief guest, While Dr Vijay Kayat Vice Chancellor CDLU Sirsa Presided Over.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Dr Trehan and Dr Rajneesh Kapoor of Medicity Web Conference Session with Sirsa Journos.


Dr Trehan and Dr Rajneesh Kapoor of Medicity Web Conference Session with Sirsa Journos.
SIRSA NEWS 
14  April, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia
Data could be as important as Time for good survival after heart attack – Dr Naresh Trehan
Watch Video:  Dr Rajneesh Kapoor Director- Interventional Cardiology of Medanta Medicity Web Conference

In order to give good survival to patients following heart attack or chest pain, interventional cardiologists are now making use of newer technologies that provides them with detailed inside information about patient’s heart.

This was told by Dr. Rajneesh Kapoor, Director- Interventional Cardiology at Heart Institute, Medanta The Medicity, Gurgram, Haryana. He was addressing a press conference, prior to his medical education meet with the physicians of Sirsa on newer technologies in heart disease treatment.

Dr. Kapoor told that “We have been urging people to consult the nearby doctor as soon as possible if they notice any symptom of heart attack such as breathlessness, cold sweat or chest pain. This is because more quickly an interventional cardiologist can treat a heart attack with procedure such as angioplasty or stents, the better a patient’s chance of survival.”

Dr. Kapoor while answering a query about pros and cons of different Cooking Oils in Indian kitchens said, that most of the oils have their own merits and de-merits, it will be a good idea that instead of continuously using just one type of Cooking medium, one should keeping switching periodically to different types of Oils. He also highlighted that cooking oil that has been once used should not be reused, and proper care should be taken in storage of cooking oils in tightly closed containers placed in well lit areas.    

He said “As important as time, are the newer technologies in ensuring good survival to heart attack patients.
“Using FFR technology, we get detailed information about the pressure of blood flow inside the heart arteries of the patient. Through this information we can easily prescribe if the patient needs a stent or not.”
He added “In a report from a study of 15 heart attack patients who we treated using the help of FFR data it has been found that the need of stenting was reduced by up to 30%. In few cases where the blockage was even around 80%, the need of stenting was dismissed. The tests that provide us the data are FDA approved and have 95% success rate.”

Dr. Kapoor told that “For patients who need stents, the survival benefits are maximum if the stent is placed at the right place, in right size and right manner.”
“Using OCT technology, we are able to get high resolution pictures of inside area of blocked artery. Using the information from pictures we are able to give the patient more accurate stent placement.”

He added “Benefits of good stent placement to patients are huge. There is significant reduction in treatment related complications, stent induced thrombosis and future risk of complications.”

Dr. Naresh Trehan, Managing Director, Medanta The Medicity, Gurugram, Haryana told, “The incidences of heart disease are rising year after year. People are bending towards unhealthy eating and inactive lifestyle. These coupled with risk factors such as smoking or chewable tobacco use is putting people at high risk of heart attack.”

Dr. Trehan advises that people must work towards prevention from heart disease. “90% of heart attack is preventable. Even people who are pre disposed to heart disease because of family history can live safe. This can be accomplished by daily exercise, healthy eating, good sleep, combating stress and controlling BP & Sugar”

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Monday, April 02, 2018

RSS Chief Dr Mohan Bhagwat in SIRSA on 4th April.



RSS Chief Dr Mohan Bhagwat in SIRSA on 4th April.
To Share stage with Thakur Dalip Singh of Namdhari sect.
SIRSA NEWS 
2nd April, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia
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In a press conference held on 30th March 2018 at media center Sirsa, Thakur Satguru Dalip Singh head of Namdhari faction and his aide, Heera Singh Gandhi informed media that, a national level Ramnavmi commemorative program is going to be held in Anaj Mandi Sirsa on 4th April 2018 by Namdhari Sangat, the idea and theme behind the program is to excogitate Hindu-Sikh unity. Dr Mohan Bhagwat has given his kind consent to be present on this stage.
RSS Chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat shall be the keynote speaker at the Ramnavmi festival, dedicated to nation-level Hindu-Sikh unity.  Apart from Bhagwat, few other religious leaders are also expected to participate in the program to be held from 12 Noon to 4 PM on Wednesday.

Thakur Dalip Singh ji said that the British tried to drive a wedge between the Hindus and The Sikhs in which they could not succeed. Time has come to make this bond strong as ever. RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat is visiting Sirsa for the first time.
Thakur Dalip Singh also planted a Tulsi plant (Basil- Ocimum tenuiflorum)at the Media Center Sirsa.
The program shall also be live cast by a couple of TV Channels.

Wikipedia mentions: Sri Satguru Dalip Singh Ji, having succeeded the previous living human Guru Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji. Needs citation and has been a matter of controversy in the past. SirsaNews does not standby with or deny any claim and is prefixing Satguru as per the invitation cards. 

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Directory of Sirsa District Bar Association released by Manjinder Singh Sirsa


Phone Directory of Sirsa District Bar Association released by Manjinder Singh Sirsa.
SIRSA NEWS 
31st March, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia
Manjinder Singh Sirsa launches District Bar Associations's Phone Directory
Manjinder Singh Sirsa is an MLA from Delhi, he is General Secretary of Delhi Gurdwara Management Committee and Shiromani Gurudwara Management Committee's National General Secretary, Manjinder belongs to Sirsa, his native village is Bajekan on National Highway on the outskirts of Sirsa on Delhi Road. On this occasion, JB Midha, President of Dabwali Bar Association, Secretary Sukhjinder Saran, Ellenabad Bar Association President, Balraj Singh Khosa, Secretary Dharam Pal Virk, Sirsa Bar Association Secretary Amit Goyal, Vice President Bhupinder Khattar, Joint Secretary Amandeep Kaur, Sahil Bansal and most of the members of the District Bar were present. 

Apart from Chief guest Manjinder Sirsa, Bar President GPS Kingra, Ellenabad Bar Secretary Dharmpal Virk, Lekhraj Dhot also spoke on the occasion.  Amit Goyal secretary DBA Sirsa anchored the program. Delhi MLA Manjinder Sirsa announced an aid of Rupees two lacs for District Bar Sirsa out of his personal funds.

मनजिंद्र सिंह सिरसा ने किया जिला बार की डायरैक्ट्री का विमोचन
सिरसा। जिला बार एसोसिएशन सिरसा द्वारा जिले भर के वकीलों के मोबाइल फोन नंबरर्स की डायरेक्ट्री का विमोचन कार्यक्रम आयोजित किया गया। इस कार्यक्रम में दिल्ली से विधायक, दिल्ली गुरुद्वारा प्रबंधक कमेटी के महासचिव व शिरोमणि गुरु प्रबंधक कमेटी के राष्ट्रीय महासचिव मनजिंद्र सिंह ‘सिरसा’ ने बतौर मुख्य अतिथि शिरकत करते हुए इस फोन डायरैक्ट्री का विमोचन किया। कार्यक्रम की अध्यक्षता बार एसोसिएशन के प्रधान जीपीएस किंगरा ने की। मनजिंद्र सिंह सिरसा ने कहा कि सिरसा की बार एसोसिएशन ने जिले भर के वकीलों के संपर्क सूत्रों को एक डायरेक्ट्री में संयोजित करके एक दुर्लभ दस्तावेज तैयार किया है जो वर्तमान तथा भविष्य में वकीलों व अन्य सभी वर्गों के लोगों के काम आएगा। उन्होंने कहा कि इसके अलावा भी बार एसोसिएशन ने सिरसा बार रुम में अनेक ऐसे कार्य किए हैं जो वकीलों और अदालती कार्यों से यहां आने वाले लोगों को सुविधाएं प्रदान करने वाले हैं। उन्होंने कहा कि बार एसोसिएशन ने समाज के विकास में भी अपना महत्वपूर्ण योगदान दिया है। बार एसोसिएशन के प्रधान जीपीएस किंगरा ने कहा कि इस डायरैक्ट्री को तैयार करने में बार की कार्यकारिणी सहित सिरसा डबवाली, ऐलनाबाद, रानियां आदि के वकीलों ने भी योगदान दिया है जिसके लिए वे आभारी हैं। उन्होंने कहा कि मूल रुप से सिरसा निवासी मनजिंद्र सिंह सिरसा ने अपने नाम के साथ ‘सिरसा’ जोड़कर अपनी मातृभूमि को जो महत्व दिया है वह अनुकरणीय है। उन्होंने कहा कि मनजिंद्र सिंह सिरसा न केवल दिल्ली में विधायक हैं बल्कि एमसीडी के भी चेयरमैन रहे हैं और सिख समाज की सर्वोच्च संस्था एसजीपीसी व डीएसजीपीसी के महत्वपूर्ण पदों पर कार्य कर रहे हैं। इस अवसर पर डबवाली बार एसोसिएशन के प्रधान जेबी मिढा, सचिव सुखजिंद्र सरां, ऐलनबाद बार अध्यक्ष बलराज सिंह खोसा, सचिव धर्मपाल विर्क, सिरसा बार एसोसिएशन सचिव अमित गोयल, उपाध्यक्ष भूपेन्द्र खट्टर, सहसचिव अमनदीप कौर व साहिल बंसल सहित बार के सभी सदस्य व गणमान्य लोग मौजूद थे।

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Sardar Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru Shahidi Diwas observed at various places in SIRSA


Sardar Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru Shahidi Diwas observed at various places in SIRSA.
SIRSA NEWS 
24 March, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia
Watch Video: Sardar Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru Shahidi Diwas, observed at various places in SIRSA on 23rd March 2018.


Be Trust Worthy - Dr TN Chugh

Be Trust Worthy - Dr TN Chugh
SIRSA NEWS 
24th March, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia


BE  TRUSTWORTHY
The expression ‘Trustworthy’ describes the status of an honest person who has virtuous qualities of complete reliance or faith, so that the masses believe in his/her thoughts and actions. It has a link of two words, ‘trust’ means something you can rely upon and ‘worthy’ means something that deserves respect. Therefore, trust is an arrangement, whereby a person (trustee) attains an attribute, for the welfare of one or more beneficiaries. Such person establishes firm belief in dependence, truth or ability of someone or something, taking the responsibility of conduct and obligation. The noble attitude of being trustworthy is most supportive and admirable. Thus the trustworthy person should have the qualities of being faithful, reliable, responsible, authentic, accurate, dependable, believable, credible and realistic. The persons lacking the attributes of reliance are considered dishonest, doubtful, improbable, lying, unrealistic, deceptive, fraudulent and inconceivable.
Credibility explains our skill and all about our method of speech. Reliability mainly conveys about our actions. Intimacy also is a component of trust which suggests as to how cheerful persons are having faith in us. However, expertise does not evenly match trust.

How to Become Trustworthy?:
One can gain the aspects of reliance and creditability through good character and thoughtful positive actions (far more than words).
·         Develop Integrity: Create friendship with nice persons and promote confidence with them. Keep your words and do not disclose secret. Stay honest, kind, considerate and compassionate. Every person desires other people around them to stand up with creditability and orientation.
·         Be genuine and true: The style of conversation must be modest, polite and humble to avoid egoistic attitude.
·         Always be supportive: Provide manual, financial and moral assistance to the needy. The resourceful persons gain better success and prosperity when they share their resources.
·         Align with noble and experienced persons: Trustee always feel encouraged with new skills of learning because the latest knowledge helps them to get what they want.
·         Take affirmative decisions: Try to be compatible with affirmative conduct and behavior in people trusting upon you. Consistent actions and smart decisions make good impact in the thoughts of others.
·         Believe in yourself: Always feel that you possess sufficient knowledge and skill in your profession.
·         Do not feel envious: Support the progress of neighbors, relatives and friends.
·         Refuse negative contemplation: Be truthful about the life of parents, relatives, friends and coworkers. Adopt humble conversation and avoid confrontations.
·         Admit faults and shortcomings: When the friends reveal important life truth about bad decisions or significant failures, seek proper guidance for solution and improvements. Do not be open to such a confidence that you have answer to every question.
·         Treat all persons with due regard: Honestly express value to people before their expectations to receive favorable values in return.
·         Express regards and gratitude: All the persons who provide the desired help for our success, their credit must be praiseworthy because the assistance shall become endless.
·         Try to fulfill the promise on priority basis and offer maximum benefits: Do not exploit the virtuous time and qualities of persons connected with receipt of benefit.
·         Do not criticize and condemn: The people who fail to answer your questions or lack sufficient strength to fulfill your demands.
·         People feel that angry person is not trustworthy and fails to achieve the desired status in the society: Thus avoid anger and resentment because such thoughts detain conciliation and agreement or treaty. Person with resentment loses the righteous qualities of consciousness, understanding, self control and even humanity. He or she acquires brutality.
·         Seek motivation: One can seek inspiration from elders, teachers, other prominent persons and good literature.
·         Regards for religion: Persons attached with sense of spirituality are more trustworthy. They realize that Almighty God is the sole benefactor and we all are His beneficiaries.
·         Prepare a list of at least 20 persons of different categories who have influenced your thinking due to their realistic nature. Also introspect your own qualities and prepare a list of 20 persons who have developed confidence in your character and behavior. Then you shall realize the extent of eminent qualities which are essential for a reliable person.
·         Conceive that being trustworthy is a journey and not conclusion.
·         Give promotion to good habits, strong character and amiable behavior.
·         Adopt noble attributes of humility, forgiveness and thanks giving.
Advantages of being Trustworthy:
1.      These positive thoughts and deeds provide extreme satisfaction, pleasure, respect and success because these are beneficial for the society. The negative aspects bring pain, tension, losses and become harmful to the masses.
2.      Being trustworthy is valuable asset in your life and proves helpful to the lives of people you care about.
3.      Try to be trustworthy for the objects which are unable to listen or watch us, e. g., natural environment, plants and animals. We should make planning and efforts to prevent pollution of every kind and global warming; promote a-forestation, cleanliness, care and protection of useful animals.
4.      Acquire self control, submissiveness, compassion, mobility, serenity and modesty in mind.
5.      Public reliance is achieved gradually but this quality can be sustained with great efforts.
6.      Maintain long term relationship in place of short term gains.
7.      Shopkeepers can increase their sale, professional can gain increments, state person (prominent politicians) can raise their status, officials intensify credibility and every reliable person becomes confident of enormous progress.
8.      Trustworthy person gains full confidence and command over mind to perform willful and socially beneficial activities.
9.      Life span is limited but we can make it beneficial (beyond limits) for human race through selfless, voluntary social service.
Who is most Trustworthy?:
God is the sole creator, operator, care taker, navigator, savior and all benevolent Divine Power. He is the destiny regulator beyond the limits of time. His pure and pious energetic power is prevalent in every particle of the universe. His divine melody reverberates day and night in every soul. God can perform unique miracles. He can transform blunders into minute negligence, stakes to small spikes, shame can be changed to honor, bitterness becomes sweet and darkness becomes light etc., because He is the sole destiny regulator and embodiment of love. Therefore, people of different categories should try to seek His eternal blessings to follow and spread love among human communities. True love supersedes selfish motives and greed.   Simple worldly love brings steep fall; only God’s love makes one rise. He is always trustworthy; you can develop firm belief on Almighty God to keep His everlasting words.
We should pay our heartfelt reverence and gratitude to our spiritual guide who provides initiation and motivates us to follow virtuous principles. Optimistic attitude, positive objectives, constructive and innovative steps bestowed through his benevolence can help us to seek divine bliss and attain eternity.

Contributed by: Dr. Triloki Nath Chugh. H.E.S.-I Retired.        

The writer is an eminent former Professor of Zoology; he has more than 3 decades of teaching experience in various colleges of KUK He can be reached on his Mobile No:+91-9416048789 and email: trilokichugh@gmail.com . Dr Chugh has published many Zoology research papers; Guided several M.Phil students for research; M.Sc. Secured 2nd Position BITS PILANI 1968; Gold Medalist in French Diploma 1981 KUK; Prinicipal at SSS Boys College for 7 years. The views expressed in the article are exclusive to Dr TN Chugh.



Monday, March 12, 2018

MM College Fatehabad - Two Day Seminar on Environmental Issues held


MM College Fatehabad: Two Day Seminar on Environmental Issues held.
SIRSA NEWS 
12 March, 2018
Pictures and Videos: GS Mann, Amar Singh Jyani, Surender Sawant, Mukhtiar Singh Happy, Vikram Bhatia
MM College Fatehabad Two Day Seminar on Environmental Issues: Impact Control and Challenges, was held on 9th and 10th March 2018. In this Video: Dr Gurcharan Das, Principal briefs about the seminar. Dr. M.K. Kidwai CDLU addressing the students. Dr Ashok Makkar, Department of Law, CDLU and Dr Pratibha Makhija, Department of English on the dais. This video was recorded on 10th March 2018 at Fatehabad
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It we don’t care much environment, coming future will be in dark. It is human duty that one got to keep environment safe and healthy, only then our life can be secured. To create awareness about the environment M.M.P.G. College, Fatehabad has taken an initiative to organize two days seminar. This seminar is sponsored by DGHE, Haryana for organizing two day Seminar in this college for creating awareness about Environment. Dr. R.K. Kohli, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda as a Chief Guest in the Seminar. Dr. Vikram Singh, Dean of Colleges, C.D.L.U., Sirsa and Dr. Rajesh Bansal, Controller of Examinations were there as a Guest of Honour.  As per tradition, the programme started with the enlightment of the lamp the ceremony by Chief Guests. Sh. Rajiv Batra, President M.M. College presided the Seminar.
Subject of our seminar is “Environment Impact, issues, Control and Challenges”. Many deligates and researchers will express their view or serious thoughts on this profound subject of Environment for couple of days.

Prof. R.K. Kohli pleaded to be Roll model for Public. For creating awareness among the people. As Science has got us everything, from other side there are natural calamity happening rapidly saving. Environment is a great challenge for us. It has become worldwide problem now. Including trees, human beings, birds etc. all are badly affected with Deforestation and Land slide are increasing day by day. About 8000 Million tons soil is eroded every year. Fertile land becomes barren. Mr. Bansal stated that it is everyone’s responsibility to save environment. He added that in the last few days the problem of smog was prominent and we always blamed farmers for this problem. Yet we are responsible for destroying environment by using A.C. and Refrigerator.

Principal Dr. Gurcharan Dass promotes this Seminar by sharing his views regarding Environmental Pollution. He said that we must aware coming generation for Environmental Pollution, otherwise our life will be wrecked. Dr. Sanjeev Trikha explore the Environmental Issues by saying that we should   conserve our environment on individual level by avoiding use of Polythene and planting trees.

Prof. Vishnu Bhagwan and Dr. Arti Gaur as Chaired the First and Second technical session.                  Dr. Rishipal as a Resource person in second technical session. Prof. Mahesh Mehta and Prof. Pratibha Makhija was Coordinator during the technical sessions. Many delegates and Research scholars presented their papers in the Seminar. Prof. Mahesh Mehta, Dr. Geetu and  Ms. Tanya did wonderful anchoring and kept the delegates and staff members in high spirits.

All the members of Teaching and Non Teaching staff were present on that occasion.