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April 2018

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An educational visit to construction site in sector 52, Gurugram, Haryana was organizedon 25th April, 2018 for students of VI Semester, SOAP. Ar.PankajDhayal and Ar. Nisha Sharma escorted the students to the site where they were guided byNaveesh Sharma,Architect, A7 architects. The students assembled at A7architects office by 10.00 a.m. where they had interaction with Naveesh Sharma, Architect and owner of A7architects. Ar. Naveesh Sharma gave students a lecture on the RCC structures explaining them its components and working details. The students then left for site visit in sector 52 by 11:30

A Saint Gobain& Economic Times Summit & awards of one day on ‘Smart Green’ was held in Hotel Taj Diplomatic Enclave, NewDelhi, on 27th April 2018. Prof. Indrani Ghoshal Basu, Dean and two faculty members Ar. Nidhi Aggrawal and Ar. Shivani Singh of School of Architecture and Planning (SOAP) attended the same. Thewelcome address was given by BSanthanam, President, Flat Glass – South Asia, Malaysia & Egypt, Saint- Gobain. Thesummit initiated with the introduction of Chief Guest and other eminent speakers and delegates across globe. The focus of the 3rd edition of

Photography Society of K.R. Mangalam University organised one-day Photography Trip for it's students members to Hauz Khas Village. Hauz Khas is situated around an urbanized village of South Delhi with medieval history traced to the 13th century of Delhi Sultanate reign. It consistsa pond-like water tank, an Islamic seminary, a mosque, a tomb and pavilions.It is atourist cum commercial area with numerous art galleries, upscale boutiques and restaurants. Historical remanants, water tank and greenery around it, art galleries and restaurants gives the budding photographers an opportunity to try their hands on

School of Architecture & Planning organised an event “OPEN STUDIO 2018”on 20-04-2018. The main theme & purpose of this event is to showcase the hidden path of Architecture and the struggle of an architecture student. It exhibited the hard work of students from 1st to 5th year in studios through sheets, models etc. with activities and workshops open for all students &faculties. The exhibition included the semester work of each subject from each year and the consecutive trip work and other activities in display for every department of the university and

School of Fashion organized an educational Visit to National Crafts Museum, Pragati Maidan, Bhairon Road, New Delhi on 20 April 2018.The students of 1st& 2ndYearalong with faculty members Mrs Rashika Kaushal & Mr. Neeraj Kumar visited the museum. The visit to the Crafts Museum aimed at enabling the students to develop an appreciation of the traditional textiles and textile crafts of India in general and particularly, traditional embroidery such as Chikankari, Kantha, Phulkari and embroidery from Gujarat and J&K, which are also part of the courses SFFD307 , SFFD206 , SFFD152

  A Report on One Week special camp (18.04.2018 – 24.04.2018) by NSS Unit KRMU at Indri Village, Mewat District  "NOT ME BUT YOU"   Dr. Chandra Mohan NSS Programme Coordinator   K.R. Mangalam University, Gurgaon National Service scheme (NSS) unit K.R. Mangalam University, Gurgaon and Bhartiya Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, New Delhi organized a combined 7-days special camp in the village Indri, Mewat from 18-04-2018 to 24-04-2018. The theme of the camp was 'Ekk Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat', i.e., Unity in Diversity. This special camp was organised with the help of Panchayati Raj Department of MEWAT. Main objective of this camp was to make

Media Junction, the media club of K.R. Mangalama University organized an Anchoring Workshop on 17th April 2018. BJMC students and member students of the Media Junction participated in this workshop. News Anchor in DD News Mohd.Nauman was invited to take this workshop. He is associated with DD News since April 2013 and isPresenter of programme MANZAR at National Channel of All India Radio. He is also working as Anchor in DD Urdu’s Special Current affairs Program (Ye Hai India) from March 2014 to till date. Students learned nuances of News Anchoring, Pronunciation,

On 13th April, 2018 Students of School of Education visited Amar Jyoti Research and Rehabilitation Centre. Amar Jyoti Research and Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1981 at Delhi, under the aegis of Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust. Amar Jyoti is a voluntary organization rendering rehabilitative services to persons with disabilities through a holistic approach of inclusive education, medical care, vocational training, child guidance and self-employment. The School run by the trust provides education to disabled students with normal children in an inclusive setting besides having a well-developed research centre and a teacher training

Guest Lecture on ‘Twentieth Century Indian and Dalit Literature’ by Prof (Dr) Raj Kumar Singh School of Humanities organized a guest lecture by Prof (Dr) Raj Kumar on ‘Twentieth Century Indian and Dalit Literature’ on 4 April, 2018. Dr. Raj Kumar is a Professor in the Department of English, Delhi University. His research areas include autobiographical studies, Dalit literature, Indian writing in English, Odia literature and post-colonial studies. He has been a Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla in 1999 and has published in various national and international

School of Basic and applied sciences organized an expert lectureon 3rd April, 2018 by Prof. AjoyGhatak, formerly professor IIT Delhi. Theme of the lecture was: ‘Optics and relativity’. Prof. AjoyGhatak has written over 170 research papers and more than 20 books on Optics and relativity.His undergraduate textbook on Optics has been translated to Chinese and Persian. In 1995, he was elected Fellow of the “America’ forhis distinguished services to optics education and for his contribution to the understanding of propagation characteristics of gradient index media, fibres and integrated optical devices. He retired


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