Faridabad: Haryana will soon have infrastructure to charge all types of electric vehicles (EVs) as the state government has formulated an electric vehicle policy to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and enhance the charging infrastructure in the state. The policy proposes to create better infrastructure for charging electric vehicles. This was revealed by Dr. Hanif Qureshi, Director General of New and Renewable Energy Department of Haryana, who was the keynote guest at the inaugural session of the AICTE-sponsored two-day international conference on “Recent Developments in Electrical and Electronic Engineering” (ICRDEEE 2022) organized by JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad.
HIV/AIDS awareness program
Yamunanagar: A sensitization program on HIV/AIDS was organized by MLN College, Radaur. In the program, Ram Kumar, Counselor of the Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre, briefed the students on the symptoms, causes, prevention and treatment of this disease. Ankit, a counselor for teenagers at Radaur Civil Hospital, urged the public to raise awareness about this disease to control its alarming growth. He also debunked many myths related to the genesis of this disease. Dr. Mala Sharma, the organizer of the club, thanked the speakers for their efforts to enlighten the students. Director Dr Deepak Kaushik praised the club’s efforts to organize such sensible programs.
National Guru Nanak Seminar
Karnal: National Multidisciplinary One-Day Seminar on “Guru Nanak Dev Ji Da Baani Sansar” organized by the Punjabi Department of Dyal Singh College, Karnal in association with Haryana Punjabi Sahitya Academy, Panchkula. Dr. Aashima Gakhar, director, inaugurated the seminar and said, “Guru Nanak’s teachings are of great importance in contemporary times when people have lost tolerance and humanity is under threat. Dr. Baljinder Singh, Head of Punjabi Department, Invited Chief Guest, Dr. GS Dhamija, Vice President of Haryana Punjabi Sahitya Academy, Panchkula, shared many interesting stories from the life of Guru Nanak, raising questions important questions about the true meaning of life, and the real role of a guru.
Carnival at Government College
Rohtak: Government College, Meham, held a carnival on the university campus, where students showed off their skills by cooking food and making decorative and other items themselves. Organizing committee members Dr Shilpi and Dr Varsha Rani said college principal Asha Malik opened the carnival and lifted the spirits of the students by applauding their talent. “Such programs should be held at regular intervals to give students an opportunity to show off their talent,” Asha added.