2nd National Level Essay Writing Contest, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Kakryal, Katra Jammu Kashmir, 20 August 2019

2nd National Level Essay Writing Contest, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Kakryal, Katra Jammu Kashmir, 20 August 2019

 

Fest Name : 2nd National Level Essay Writing Contest
Fest Type : Essay Writing Contest
Organised By: Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Kakryal, Katra Jammu Kashmir
Fest Date : 20 August 2019
Fest Details : Do you enjoy writing but never use your brilliant skills outside College/University? We have great news for all those who dream to pursue to write – Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University opens its second National Level Essay Contest that allows you to express your unique and beautiful thoughts! We welcome anyone eligible who shares the passions to show their wishes in writing and leave every reader in awe. It doesn’t matter where you are from, how old you are or what nationality you belong to. This contest is open to every eligible candidate! Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University was created under an Act of the J&K State Legislature in 1999, started its academic programs in the year 2004 when it was formally inaugurated by the then President of India Late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and is a fully residential technical University Recognized by UGC under Section 2(f) & 12(B) of the UGC Act of 1956, The University is located on 470 acres of land in the lap of Trikuta Hills, the abode of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji at about 2700 feet above the sea level. The pyramidal type architecture merges beautifully with the valley like ambience of the surrounding serene hills.

Eligibility: The entries for the contest are invited from College/University/Institute students of Under-Graduation and Post-Graduation Programs.

Prizes: The winner of the contest will be honoured with Appreciation Certificate and cash prize of: 1 st Prize (Cash Prize of ₹ 10,000) 2 nd Prize (Cash Prize of ₹ 5,000) 3 rd Prize (Cash Prize of ₹ 2,000) Consolation Prize {Cash Prize of ₹ 1,000 (to be given if deserves, to 5 candidates)}

Guidelines :  The word limits for essay is 2000 to 5000 words.·  Essay will be accepted only in Hindi or English.·  The submitted essay should be plagiarism free/no copy from· internet/unique writing. Plagiarized essay will not be accepted for the contest.  The essay should be preferably typed in MS word format (No· PDF).  The font size and style of writing for English should be 12 and Times· New Roman, respectively.  The font size and style of writing for Hindi should be 12 and Kruti· Dev, respectively.  Only one essay will be accepted by one author.·  Co-authorship is allowed.·  The decision of Jury/Committee member is the FINAL and no· queries related to result will be entertained.  Interested students should submit their Essay on the link given on· the www.smvdu.ac.in or https://goo.gl/forms/hjw1BNxaX1W0ut4B3 latest by 20th August, 2019 followed by hard copy along with the application form to Contest/Event Coordinator.

Address & Contact Details : Dr. Supran Kumar Sharma Associate Professor, School of Business Event Coordinator and Faculty I/c Central Library Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Kakryal, Katra – 182320, J&K (India) For any query kindly contact on: E-mail: essaywritingcontest@smvdu.ac.in Landline: 01991-2585729 Ext: 2741, 2742, 2743

XXXIV IATLIS National Conference, Central University of Haryana, Mahendergarh, Haryana, 03-04 December 2018

XXXIV IATLIS National Conference, Central University of Haryana, Mahendergarh, Haryana, 03-04 December 2018

 

More Details of XXXIV IATLIS National Conference Click Here

Anchoring Script for a Cultural Event

Anchoring Script for a Cultural Event

Anchor-1: Good Evening ! Ladies and Gentleman!, The galaxy of intellectuals, your Excellency, invited guests, teachers and my dear friends – how different is this evening. Dear audience, you will yourself discover as the colours of cultural feast unfold !

Well, my first and foremost duty – On behalf of the Principal, Teaching Staff and Students, we welcome you all to our ANNUAL DAY FUNCTION

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Anchor-2: We fell honored to have with us – The Honourable Chief Guest His Excellency Mr Biren Nanda, the Indian Ambassador To Indonesia, – Sir you hardly need any introduction, you have made all of us proud by your distinguished work in numerous capacities. You are one of the most celebrated foreign services dignitary . Guests of Honour :  Mr Dexter Kennedy, the Pro-Vice Chairman of the School, the man of distinct vision and a fountainhead of illuminating ideas, an idol of knowledge and experience and inspiration to all of us. Mr Vipin Kumar, who is ……………….( add yourself)

Anchor-1: Now, we will have our traditional auspicious LAMP-LIGHTENING ceremony as a tribute to Mother Saraswati, the Godess of knowledge. (Mother, we pray for your blessings with all humility – give us wisdom to make this world a better place. May all human beings live in harmony with nature and other forms of life. May the truth prevail. May the darkness of ignorance be swept away by the dawn of self-realization.)that the  by our honourable Chief Guest His Highness Mr Biren Nanda

Sir Please

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Anchor-2 : Next, I would like to call upon our respected  Principal, the sculptor of human character, a seasoned scholar and navigator of this flagship of knowledge —– to present a brief agenda and give the school presentation.

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  PRESENTATION

Anchor-1: Without taking much of your time, permit us to start the programme. ________ do you feel some turbulence around here ?

Anchor-2:  Yes, I do – the heart beats have gone up – and everyone is eager to sink into the depth of music, song, lights and joy. Well, here you are.  Today, we will  have rainbow of cultural programmes prepared under the able stewardship of our teachers.

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First, there will be a FAN DANCE by kids from grade 6 To 8 (This dance is performed with one or more fans and has a Japanese/Korean Origin. It involves various movements, figures and mesmerizing formations which engrosses its audience to the core.)

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Anchor-1: That was indeed a lovely performance. How captivating ! poetry of footsteps !! A blend of cosmic tune and divine music !.

Anchor-2: Now HOLD YOUR BREATH FOR  another dance performance CANDLE DANCE which perhaps is one of the oldest dance forms of the world. It hearkens back not just centuries but aeons ago. Dancing with flames bring us to a more elemental and archetypical state of mind. This mesmerizing, powerful and alluring candle dance performance requires full body integration.

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PERFORMANCE

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Anchor-1: I still feel like lost in those melody dipped music notes. ( Anchor-2) Well, come back now. Let’s have a change.

Anchor-2 OK, what is next  ?

Anchor-1: Wait, wait …don’t step over the clock ! Come with me to the theatre of life . Now kids of grade 2 to 6 will fetch us centuries back . Yes, behold – we now present a drama PIPED PIPER OF HAMELIN which will be performed by. It is a legend about the abductance of many children from the town of Haemlin, Germany. It is a high-level costume drama.

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 Anchor-2: Do you know the magic of ankle bells ?

Anchor-1: Magic !

Yes, magic and music both. Here comes a scintillating dance performance which is a BALLET. Its a formalized type of dance performance which is highly technical with its own vocabulary.

Anchor-2: Really ?

Anchor-1: Yes, A blend of meticulous  Pointe work, flowing and precise, weightless  acrobatic movements.

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Anchor-2: Wow ! incredible. The young dancers really held everyone captive. An essay on creativity. Firework of rapid moving steps. Awesome !

Anchor-1: Don’t you think kids are more creative than the grown ups.

Anchor-2: How do you mean ?

Anchor-1: I mean – the kids are more talented.

Anchor-2: Can you wait a moment.

Anchor-1: What is up?

Anchor-2: Surprise. Suspense. Action. Emotion.

Anchor-1: Come on, what is this puzzle ?

Anchor-2: Now our seniors are going g to unleash a breathtaking stage performance – a one-act play FRIENDSHIP FOREVER.

Anchor-1: Here you are.………

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                                                PERFORMANCE

Anchor-2: Now it is time we acknowledged the talent of our brimming buddies-  prize distribution ceremony and annual day report, I request Principle Sir to announce the names of the winners and  our hon’ble Chief Guest Mr. Biren Nanda to give away the prizes.

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 Anchor-1: Now I would like to call upon Mr Dexter Kennedy to present the Vote of Thanks

International Conference on “Sustainable Development through Cooperatives” on 26-27 March 2018 : Call for Papers

International Conference on “Sustainable Development through Cooperatives” on 26-27 March 2018 : Call for Papers

Greetings from Central University of Haryana!!!

The 2030 Sustainable Development agenda is an ambitious agenda of United Nations to end poverty, eliminate inequality, address climate change and to ensure a better planet for future generations. Sustainable Development Goals call for coordinated action by governments, business concerns, civil societies and academicians. Cooperative organisations are best suited to achieve goals of sustainable development as these concerns are based on principle of participative and democratic association.

Department of Management Studies (Central University of Haryana) has always been sensitive towards issues of national and global concern. The department has been conducting various seminars, workshops, symposium, colloquium to provide a platform to invoke discussion on such issues of importance for our nation, society, humanity and planet at large.  

Continuing this tradition of academic contribution, it gives me immense pleasure to share that Department of Management Studies in association with National Cooperatives Union of India (NCUI) is organising its First International Conference on “Sustainable Development through Cooperatives” on 26-27 March 2018. It will provide a platform to academicians, researchers, professionals and policy makers to deliberate upon role of cooperatives in sustainable development to end poverty, inequality and injustice to future generations.

You are kindly requested to send your papers and motivate your scholars and colleagues to participate in the conference to make it a grand success. You are also requested to put conference brochure on the notice board of your department to provide wide publicity for the same.

Thanks, in anticipation of your valuable contribution.

 

Regards;

Dr Anand Sharma, Conference Director                                                                                                                                                                

Head, Department of Management Studies

Mob. No. 8607862888,  09810476378

 

Venue Address:

Central University of Haryana

Jant-Pali, Mahendergarh District, Pali, Haryana 123031