To apprise the students of the greatness of Sanskrit- the mother of all languages.
To familiarize the students with our rich culture and heritage.
To highlight the relation of Sanskrit language with other subjects.
To develop, propagate and encourage Sanskrit learning and teaching.
The Context: Sanskrit is classical language and considered as the origin of all languages. It is the oldest living language and most continuously used in the world. According to research, Sanskrit can make a better language for computers. Since many languages have derived from it, learning Sanskrit gives better understanding of other languages.
The Practice: With a view to encourage Sanskrit learning among students, The Department of Sanskrit organised a ten day workshop on “Nav Ucchtar Sanskrit Sambhashan Shivir Karyashala” from 7th February 2019 to 18th February 2019. The resource person Sh. Inder Prashad from Bhartiya Sanskrit Sangathan familiarized the students about the various aspects of spoken Sanskrit. During these ten days of workshop, he taught students how to introduce oneself in Sanskrit language, Vastu Gyan, Vibhakti Gyan, Usage of Dhatu, recital of Sanskrit Geet, reciting of Mantra and recital of Shloks. On the ninth day, the students practiced the conversational Sanskrit while on the tenth day, students were familiarized with the role play and essay writing in Sanskrit language.
Evidence of Success: The ten day workshop proved to be a great success as the students were able to converse in the language after completing the workshop.
Title: Institutional Innovative Council
To create a vibrant local innovation eco-system.
To prepare institute for Atal Ranking of Institutions on innovation achievements.
To conduct various innovation and entrepreneurship related activities.
To organise periodic workshops/seminars/interactions with entrepreneurs, investors and professionals.
To create institution’s innovation portal to highlight innovative projects carried out by faculty and students.
The Context : Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Governments of India has established MHRD’s Innovation cell(MIC) to systematically foster the culture of innovation amongst all Higher Education Institution(HEIs). The primary mandate of MIC is to encourage, inspire and nurture young students by supporting them to work with new ideas and transform them into prototypes. Following the guidelines of MHRD regarding Institution’s Innovation Council, the college established its Institution’s Innovation Council on 21st November 2018.
The Practice: As per the directions of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) the ‘Institution’s Innovation Council’ was launched on 21st November 2018 in the college to promote innovation. On this day Mr. Sachin Kumar, Astt. Prof. Computer Science visited AICTE Head Quarter (New Delhi) to participate in the inaugural function of MHRD’s innovation cell where honourable HRD Minister Shri Parkash Javedkar launched the event and our college was awarded with the certificate of Institutional Innovation Council with registration number IC201810829. Various activities have been organised by the council since its inception which includes workshops on Waste Polythene Management, Intellectual Property Rights, Cognitive Skills, Design thinking and Critical thinking etc. The council has hosted a series of leadership talks on the topics- What is the meaning of Innovation, planning for career, future industry trends and start up and future of technical education in India. ‘An Idea’ competition was also organised by the council as per guidelines of MHRD Innovation cell to propose the technical solutions of the problems related to pollution , solid waste management, deforestation, health services and agriculture.
Evidence of Success: The Institution’s Innovation Council has succeeded in achieving its aim of providing innovation through various activities conducted by the council.
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