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Expert lecture and prize distribution ceremony organized on National Science Day in CUH

Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar. In his address, emphasized on fundamental thinking in the field of science and said that India can register its presence in the field of science at the world level only by fundamental thinking in its own language.


Mahendergarh : On the occasion of National Science Day an expert lecture was organized on Tuesday in Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendergarh. As an expert speaker in this program, Prof. Sandeep Sahijpal of Panjab University delivered a lecture on ‘A Cosmic Journey: Galaxies to Planets' and Haryana VigyanRatna Award winner Prof. Ellora Sen delivered a lecture on the topic Modern Science Meets Traditional Medicine. The program was presided over by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar. In his address, he emphasized on fundamental thinking in the field of science and said that India can register its presence in the field of science at the world level only by fundamental thinking in its own language. On this occasion, the first woman of the University, Prof. Sunita Srivastava and Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. Sushma Yadav was present and awarded the winners of various competitions organized under Wonders of Innovation held on 24th February.

Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar said that India celebrates today as National Science Day remembering the contribution of Nobel laureate Dr. CV Raman. To understand science, we must adopt that medium in which we are comfortable, whether it is a matter of language or the knowledge we get from ancient culture. The Vice Chancellor said that today foreign scientists are seen presenting the aspects as new discoveries, the reference of which is found in our ancient Vedas and Puranas. Today there is a need to present that knowledge with evidence. That's why I appeal to the young generation to develop their knowledge through original thinking. Earlier, while giving the welcome speech the convener of the Science Day program, Prof. Sunita Srivastava informed about the special competitions and exhibitions organized in the University on February 24 and said that participants from more than 400 schools, colleges and universities participated in this event.

Prof. Sandeep Sahijpalthrew light on the mysteries related to the universe in a very interesting way. He presented the continuous research in this field and its results and the possibilities of available research in front of the students. He explained how the Sun and other planets evolved and the knowledge behind the origin of life on them. On this occasion, he also presented solutions to the queries presented by the students. He said that science is never complete and after a new discovery, unlimited possibilities of research develop. That's why you should always be ready to innovate. In this sequence, expert speaker Dr. Ellora Sen explained in detail about traditional treatment methods and how they have been prevalent in Indian Ayurveda. Mentioning liquor ice, she told to what extent it is beneficial for health and also shared the research results related to it. During the question answer session Dr. Ellora Sen said that according to the need we have to choose traditional remedies and modern remedies. Both are useful and give results. In the Corona period, we have once again moved towards traditional treatment which is a good sign. At the end of the program, 113 winners from the schools, colleges and universities were awarded under the Idea of Innovation, Idea of New Startup, Best Out of Waste and Working Model competitions including speech, poster, painting, quiche competitions organized by the University. Program coordinator Prof. Rajesh Kumar Gupta said that more than 400 participants took part in these competitions under school and university category. At the end of the program Prof. Pawan Kumar Maurya presented the vote of thanks. On this occasion Prof. NeelamSangwan, Prof. Sarika Sharma, Prof. Suneel Kumar, Prof. A.K. Yadav, Prof. GunjanGoyal and Prof. Surender Singh with a large number of students, researchers and teachers including were present.

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