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“Huzaifa Sufian Siddiqui, a genius mining student of 2018 batch, has been selected by DCQ Management, a Malaysia based Consultancy Company, in a salary package of 6 (six) lakhs/annum”, informed the Training & Placement Department of AKS University. Selection of Huzaifa is being taken as a great achievement for the University as it has proved its supremacy and high academic standard in international arena as well.

  “Now, AKS University, by producing substantial results in terms of research development, seems to be the first choice for the foreign companies as well”, said Er. Anant Soni, the Pro-Chancellor of AKS University. Student has been congratulated by the staff members, with wishes to get success in all his future endeavors as well.

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AKS University has continued to maintain its chain of campus drives by inviting the companies of national and international level. In this sequence, Byju’s-the Learning App came here on Saturday, which witnessed the huge participation of students from Engineering and Management faculties.

 Informing in this regard, Director Training & Placement told that the students will be brought under scanner to occupy the position of Business Development Associate in the company. Selection process will have three layers, which will include GD, Written Test and Personal Interview.

“Selection process is still in progress, and it remains to be seen how many students will be able to bear the fruit of the drive” said Director, Training & Placement by wishing “All the best” to the students.

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“With an objective to gain the knowledge of open cast mining, three students of final year (mining) will be visiting Thailand”, informed Dr. Gk Pradhan on Friday. Students named B. Chankya, Vijay Kumar and Utkarsh Jain, are set to be there in Thailand where they are scheduled to visit Lignite open cast mining, situated in Lapang Province of the country. Also, the visit will help the students in strengthening their knowledge related to light production, distribution and other functioning of open cast mining.

 “It will be a ten days visit which will help the students in acquiring knowledge about Eget, Memo, water protection and conservation”, told  Dr. Pradhan adding that the foreign visit like this, will enhance the knowledge of students regarding the assessment and management of the environment.

 Notably, four students have been to Thailand in year 2018 as well, where they had been thoroughly informed about the lignite mines of Lapang province. During the current visit, students will be accompanied and guided by S.Das Gupta, one of the faculty members from mining department of AKS University.

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“Vocational Training, in various prestigious institutions of India, has been arranged for the 800 students of Mining Engineering. Approximately 300 mining students (B.Tech & Diploma) have been sent to underground mines, situated in areas like Umariya, Johila, Sohagpur, Kusmunda, Jewara, Jamuna, Bijuree, Anup Pur and Kotma. With an objective to refine their skills, students are receiving 28 days vocational training, which will help them to learn the practical aspect of their class room learning. Students, thus trained, will get shaped up as per the requirement of the industries”, told Director (T&P) of AKS University.

Speaking on the performance of the students, GK Pradhan (Dean, Engineering) told that the success of the students in recent past, has been the result of the excellent educational environment of AKS University. Quality education paves the way for the quality job, and this is evident through the list of students employed in various reputed organizations of India and abroad. Till date, 300 students of AKS University have passed the gas testing examination conducted by DGMS. Notably, AKS University is an authorized center for the Gas Testing Examination, and has conducted the exams many times in recent past.

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Er. Anant Soni, Pro-Chancellor, AKSU, was in Delhi last week, where he participated in a conference, which had been organized by Center for Education Growth and Research. While attending the conference, he called on the representatives of various Universities and institutions, and explored the ways to elevate the academic excellence of the students. Pro-Chancellor, under the programme named Academiya-Academiya Collaboration, signed MoUs with 16 different Universities and educational institutions.

As it is well known, Er. Anant Soni has always been raising the voice in favour of Academiya-Academiya collaboration among the educational institutions. First time it was observed that the Universities and other educational institutions came together in such a large number, signed MoUs, and built up the consensus on various issues. MoUs, thus signed, will pave the way for AKS students to carry out their research works in various institutions of national and international level.

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 Two days workshop, which aimed at receiving certain suggestions from the intellectuals, was organized in AKS University on Friday. On his inaugural address, PK Banik, the Vice –Chancellor told that the HRD Ministry, which was keen to bring certain reforms in National Education Policy, constituted a committee, which recently submitted its report to central government, thereafter, the Universities have been advised to give their suggestions to build up a consensus on National Education Policy. The draft prepared by the Kastoori Rangan committee, has already been uploaded in official website of HRD Ministry.

Starting the “Brainstorming Session”, the Vice-Chancellor highlighted the objective behind the constitution of National Education Commission, and its way of functioning. He laid emphasis on the need of Liberal Art Education, and briefly informed about the education policy, and suggested certain points from his side.

  Speaking on the occasion, Singhai Sanjay Jain, a renowned Chartered Accountant of the District, suggested that the educational institutions must be brought under section-25 of the company act. Taking note on the optimum utilization of financial resources, he said bringing all the educational institutions under section 25, will encourage investment, and will ensure the maximum transparency in functioning of these institutions.

Pro-VC Dr. Harshvardhan gave his sinceare suggestions on transformation of regulatory system, and its systematic monitoring. In his suggestion, Professor GC Mishra talked about the optimum utilization of resources and their availability.

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Guru-Dakshina, the play which reflected the vivid scenes of Dwapar age, mesmerized the audience when staged at the jam packed auditorium of AKS University. The theme of the play, which touched the soul of the audience, was portrayed magnificently by the artists, who had been trained by the Cultural Directorate Department of AKS University.

The conversations, took place between Eklavya and Dronacharya, and Arjuna & Dronacharya, were beautifully and vividly displayed in the play. Delicate and compassionate staging of various scenes like Eklavya, relentlessly practicing archery standing in front of the portrait of Guru Dronacharya, fulfillment of Dronacharya’s promise given to Arjuna, and the thumb demand of Dronacharya from Eklavya as Guru Dakshina, were presented outstandingly in the play.

Artists named Amit Shukla, Rohit Khilwani, Ranjana Bunkar, Puja Sen, Akshay Balecha, Shubham Jain, Payal Gupta, Devendra Verma, Shilpa dwivedi and Swati Prithwani, gave the outstanding performance, and received the big round of applause from the audience.

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“Culture Directorate department of AKS University, is organizing a 30 days workshop, where students are being given free of cost training on Fine Arts”, told Director, cultural department of AKS University, adding that the training like this, will  help the students in development of their presentation skills as well.

 Khushbu Pal, one of the trainers in workshop, told that the students are being trained on various fields of Fine Arts like Technique with colour, conceptual art, colour therapy, Art material and their uses, sketching, drawing, painting, designing differently, best out of best and art exhibition etc. “The workshop, which runs between 10 AM to 12 PM, is aimed at ensuring the holistic development of the students”, she informed.

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Society of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, in collaboration with Pharmacy Department of Kathmandu University, organized an International Conference in Kathmandu, where Surya Prakash Gupta, the Principal of Pharmacy Department (AKSU), was felicitated with “Principal of the Year” Award. He received the award from Upendra Yadav, the Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal, with certificate and mementoe.

Dr Gupta, who was invited as a guest, got the opportunity to chair one of the technical sessions of the conference as well. He, on behalf of AKS University, had one to one discussion with delegates of other countries, and exchanged valuable information pertaining to research activities going on in their respective institutions. Also, he updated them about the research and development programmes, running in AKS University. The conference held on the topic “Improving Health Care through Education” and was attended by the delegates of India, Korea and Finland and host Nepal.

 Dr. S P Gupta has been congratulated by the Management and all the staff members of AKS University, with an expectation that he would continue to achieve the milestone like this in future as well.

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A Symposium, on the occasion of Child Labour Day, was organized in AKS University on Thursday which was attended by the officers of Labour Department, and the staff members of AKS University. Speaking on the occasion, S S Pateriya, the Labour officer said that the laws to prevent the child labour are being strictly enforced, so that the substantial result could be obtained. Hemant Kumar Daniel, another officer present at the venue, informed the audience about the role of Labour Department in dealing with the menace.

 Labour Inspector Vedmani Dahiya threw lights on the comparative role our society to cope with the problem of child labour. Sharing the dais, Er. Anant Soni, the Pro-Chancellor expressed concern over the child labour, and suggested certain steps for the upliftment and rehabilitation of the children involved in it. Programme was directed and anchored by Dr. Deepak Mishra.

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