Desh Bhagat University

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    Plastic Pollution is damaging Natural resources-Zora Singh

    Plastic Pollution is damaging Natural resources-Zora Singh MANDI GOBINDGARH-‘Plastic Pollution is not only harmful for human beings but it is…

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    A Program on Mathematics awareness at DBU

    A Program on Mathematics awareness at DBU MANDI GOBINDGARH-As part of Mathematics Awareness Month Celebrations, Desh Bhagat University celebrated National…

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    Save Natural Resources: Muni Vinay Kumar Alok

    Save Natural Resources: Muni Vinay Kumar Alok MANDI GOBINDGARH-‘Nature has gifted us priceless Natural resources like Air, water and energy…

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    DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day

    DBU organises a Program dedicated to Science Day Mandigobindgarh: Desh Bhagat University organised a technical cum educational program in connection with National Science Day.…

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    School, College students paid rich tributes to Martyr’s

    School, College students paid rich tributes to Martyr’s Special Assembly conducted at Police DAV Public School, Patiala On  the martyrdom…

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    Desh Bhagat University organises Kisan Mela

    Desh Bhagat University organises Kisan Mela Desh Bhagat University’s IEDC department organised first of its kind Kisan Mela in the Campus. The event was organized by Agriculture and Food processing incubator of DBU-IEDC. The event provided a platform to the farmers and agricultural experts to interact and share their knowledge about latest techniques, equipments and subsidiary occupations. University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur inaugurated this Mega Event. Speaking on the occasion they hoped that this Kisan Mela will prove a blessing for the farmers and students of agriculture courses. Dr. Manjit Singh Kang (Former VC, PAU) was the Keynote Speaker. Speaking on the occasion Kang said that Farming is a profitable business if we do it with latest techniques and proper planning. He also advised the farmers to follow the directions of PAU Experts which they give from time to time for the better productions. He also advised the farmers to get full knowledge about production of crops, its processing and marketing to gain better profit. Punjab Agriculture Development Chairman Darshan Singh Babbi urged the farmers to make cooperative societies for better return of the crops. Dr. Shalini Gupta (IEDC) informed that Dr. Malvinder Singh (Syngenta India Ltd.) , Dr. R. Raju (Mahindra Pvt. Ltd), Manpreet Singh Garewal (President, PAU Kisan Club) and Amrinder Poonia graced the occasion as Guest of Honour. The experts of different fields like Organic Farming, Mushroom Farming, Food Processing, Honey Bee Farming, Poultry Farming and self help groups shared their experiences with the audience, Farmers and students.   ViceChancellor Dr. Virinder Singh and Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Neelima Jerath thanked all the guests to spare their valuable time for the event.  Registrar Dr. Kulbhushan, Dr. Surjit Patheja, Dr. H. K. Sidhu and HoD’S and staff members from different faculties were also present at the occasion.

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    Guest Lecture on Panchayati Raj in Desh Bhagat University

    Guest Lecture on Panchayati Raj in Desh Bhagat University Desh Bhagat University Faculty of Law organized a guest lecture on ‘Working of Panchayati Raj Laws in…

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    Women are the Real Architects of Society-Dr Tajinder Kaur

    Women are the Real Architects of Society-Dr Tajinder Kaur ‘Women are the real architects of the human society, the thinking…

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    DBU Celebrates Management Fest COMENZO-2018

    DBU Celebrates Management Fest COMENZO-2018 Management Club Fest, Comenzo-2018 was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm by the students and staff…

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    E-8 Cricket Tournament(Women)organised at DBU

    E-8 Cricket Tournament(Women)organised at DBU Desh Bhagat University organized E-8 Women Cricket Tournament (Staff). A total of 6 teams from different faculties, College…

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