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Workshop on challenges before women from North-East

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Jamia Millia Islamia’s Centre for North-East Studies and Policy Research will be conducting a workshop in which a report on “Discrimination and challenges before women from North-East India: Case Studies from four metros - New Delhi, Bangalore Mumbai and Kolkata,” will be released.

The workshop, scheduled for Thursday will also have a presentation on the background of the project. The field survey results of the project will also be released. Dr. M Amarjeet Singh from the centre will present the findings and recommendations.

The workshop has been sponsored by the National Commission for Women, New Delhi.

Prof. Sanjoy Hazarika, Director of the Centre, will deliver the introductory remarks at the workshop. Vice-Chancellor Prof. S.M. Sajid, will also address the audience.

The workshop will be held at the seminar room of the Centre for North-East Studies and Policy Research.

A three- day film festival in memory of veteran actor Farooq Sheikh is being held at the Indraprastha University. The University School of Humanities and Social Sciences, which is organising this event, has selected three films to be screened — Garam Hawa, Bazar and Chasme Baddoor.

The event was inaugurated jointly by yesteryear film director M.S. Sathyu and Sagar Sarhadi. Both directors shared their experiences of working with the late actor.

Renowned poetess Gagan Gill is also expected to attend. A painting exhibition by the students of the University School of Humanities and Social Sciences was also inaugurated by the noted art critic Keshav Malik.

Ansal Institute of Technology & Management recently inaugurated a “Solar Golf Car Manufacturing Workshop,” in its Ansal Technical Campus.

The importance of hands-on industrial training and developing innovative products within institute is the motto behind such a workshop.

The students will also be involved in the commercial production and marketing of the solar golf carts and other indigenous products under the supervision of faculty members in the Innovation and Technology Centre of the Institute.

The intention of this is to help the students have real industry experience which in turn might help enhance their employability.

Vijetha S.N


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