Man With A Passion For Building Academic Institutions: Prof. K.V.Nagaraj

LUCKNOW/SHIMLA: Soft spoken, suave and intelligent Prof. K.V. Nagaraj is a man with a vision who believes that developing “centres of academic excellence” is more important than carving out a bright academic career. “Once you are able to establish an academic institution that promotes excellence, there will be no dearth of  bright academicians, explains Prof Nagaraj who has devoted  a major part of his academic career in building and grooming institutions of academic excellence. Prof. K.V.Nagaraj, Professor at Mizoram University and Former Pro Vice Chancellor, Assam University is an icon of…

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Dr. Sushil Solomon: An Agricultural Scientist of Great Repute

By: Dr. Mohammad Aleem, Editor-ICN Group NEW DELHI: Agriculture sector needs constant scientific and administrative attention. To ameliorate the bad conditions of farmers, who are forced to live in utter penury and hardship due to many natural and man-made disasters, such intervention and support is highly appreciable. We should salute to all those scientists, who in any way are contributing to make the lives of poor Indian farmers better. Sugar industry is also one of the major components of this important sector. Production of sugar is directly related to the…

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Solan: The Education Hub Of Himachal Pradesh

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Editor-ICN Group  SHIMLA: With as many as 10 universities out of a total 17 private universities in the entire state, Solan district of Himachal Pradesh has the dubious distinction of being the largest educational hub offering vocational degrees, not only in the state but also in the entire country. What to talk of the district, the Solan town itself has four universities in a close proximity of few kilometers. In addition, Himachal Pradesh has 4 State Universities, 1 Central University and 1 Indian Institution of Technology as…

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Resiliency: The New Paradigm

By: Dr. Kumar Raka, Bureau Chief ICN DELHI & Abraham Jimenez TEL AVIV: The power of words cannot be underestimated. They constitute the tools that frame the reality of the human life. In a certain way, the moment a thought emerges out of a person in the form of words, it becomes real. Today, scientists strive to explain reality by measuring, describing, analyzing, comparing, and defining. However, the fact that they do not define yet a phenomenon does not invalidate its existence. On the contrary, their work provides a systematic…

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Atharva Group of Institute is celebrating 19 years of journey in Research, Technology & Innovation

Mumbai:  Atharva is celebrating 19 years of successful journey of imparting quality education o. On occasion of Completion of 19 Glorious Years of Atharva Group of Institutes, this Humanoid  6 feet Robot sculpture is Inaugurated by Shri. Sunil Rane ( Executive President of Atharva Group of Institutes ) and Varsha Rane and senior faculty. Atharva aspires to be a global leading center of excellence in Research, Technology, and Innovation that provides a transformative education to create the innovative leaders serving as a valuable resource for Industry and society. Atharva Group of Institutes is an organization to fulfill a…

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Suffering: A ‘Paradox’ in Modern Sciences

By: Dr. Kumar Raka, Bureau Chief-ICN Delhi Tel Aviv: Suffering has been defined in different contexts in different social and also the medical sciences. Suffering can be mental, physical, social, economic and heavily influenced by the cultural, religious and spiritual orientations. Moreover, it is an objective as well as subjective phenomenon and closely related with the well-beingness and happiness of individual, groups, community or the nations when we talk about measurement of suffering. Finally, the threshold of suffering is inherent in its psychological definition which emphasizes pain, distress, sorrow, and grief an individual feels that may be absolute…

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Role Of Supranationalism In Family Planning Programs And The Proliferation Of Contraception

By: Rebecca Brindza ISRAEL: Policymakers in the present day have grown increasingly aware of the “multidimensional set of social processes that create, multiply, stretch, and intensify worldwide social interdependencies and exchanges while at the same time fostering in people a growing awareness of deepening connections between the local and the distant.” (Steger, 2005). Therefore, it is no surprise that within the globalized era, national policies have become deeply intertwined with global issues. This is echoed by the fact that developing states are increasingly susceptible to happenings in the global arena, and…

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Rising Indiscipline Among Students

By: Garima Gaur ( Sub Editor-ICN Group ) “Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations.”- Bob Beauprez. LUCKNOW: Few months before we all heard and read about the incident of a student stabbing a small kid just to get the exams postponed in a well known school of Gurugram. Just after few days same incident took place in a reputed school of Lucknow and the motive was to get a day off. In both the incidences the first person to be…

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“Aren’t We Still Slaves When It Comes To Our Education System”

By: Garima Gaur ( Sub Editor-ICN Group ) LUCKNOW: India is a land which gave birth to subjects like Mathematics, Science, Astronomy, Astrology etc.During our Vedic age when Gurukul system prevailed, students were getting skill based education, learning life skills and moral based education which helped them in building great character and leading a successful life. When the British came to India they introduced Missionary Schooling. As the name Missionary indicatesit came with a mission of spreading Christianity. They introduced three stages of education in India- 1. Primary 2. Secondary and 3. Higher education Their main aim was to spread Christianity and to maintain peaceful administration. As…

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A Step Closer Towards Full Digitalization: Jamia Millia Islamia

By: Dr. Mohammad Aleem, Chief News Editor, ICN Group NEW DELHI: True beauty and charm lie in any educational and other institutions is to provide its services to the beneficiary in a best possible and easy way. And if it comes through the use of a state-of-the-art technology, it is much better. Jamia Millia Islamia, a central university is constantly trying hard to improve its not only academic performances by adopting the modern technologies, but overall other facilities to its strong many thousand staffs and students. Of late, it has…

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