Officiating vice chancellor of Banaras Hindu College (BHU) prof VK Shukla mentioned the postgraduate course on Hindu Research, which goes to begin within the college (BHU) from this tutorial session, is a chance for the world to know India higher.
“There’s a lot to study Indian tradition and custom. However it’s a matter of concern that there’s lack of right details about it. In such a scenario, the Hindu Research course being began by Banaras Hindu College (BHU) is a step in the direction of proper route, which can make the youthful technology conscious of their roots,” mentioned prof Shukla.
He was talking after releasing e-newsletter of the BHU ready by college’s data and public relations workplace.
Prof Shukla mentioned, “Within the coming days, BHU has deliberate to begin a certificates course particularly for foreigners and Indians dwelling overseas as numerous individuals from overseas are displaying curiosity on this course. There will be no higher establishment than the capital of Sarvvidya BHU established by Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya ji to run the Hindu research course.”
Talking concerning the first ever e-newsletter of the varsity that has been uploaded on BHU web site and social media accounts of the college, he mentioned throughout the Corona pandemic when bodily actions had come to an entire standstill online-virtual mode opened up new avenues.
“The publication presents a glimpse of the event journey, achievements, new initiatives and actions of the BHU over the last two years. Articles on Sensible Classroom, Nationwide Schooling Coverage, BHU-Bionest and Hindu Research Curriculum have additionally been included on this publication,” he mentioned.
BHU public relation officer Dr Rajesh Singh mentioned this e-newsletter additionally offers a short account of how the college efficiently operated works and lessons in on-line mode and launched many new initiatives retaining in thoughts the curiosity of the scholars.
Assistant public relations officer Chandrashekhar, assistant professor Dr. Dhirendra Rai, analysis college students Harshit Shyam Jaiswal, Chandrali Mukherjee, assistant professor Dr. Amit Kumar Upadhyay amongst others have been current within the programme.