Revealed: Could 5, 2020 12:12:36 pm
After conducting classes in Ramayana, the Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) is all set to take a leaf out of Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita on dealing with the coronavirus or COVID-19 disaster. The lecture will probably be held by means of a webinar by Padma Shri award-winning professor Subhash Kak from Oklahoma State College, USA. He’s additionally a member of the Prime Minister’s Science, Know-how, and Innovation Advisory Council since 2018.
The lecture is scheduled to be held on Could 7 from 6 pm to 7 pm. It’s being coordinated by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Faculty of Administration and Entrepreneurship and Centre for Media Research, JNU. The registrations for the programme are on and will probably be held by means of the Zoom app.
The institute is organising a collection of lectures to create consciousness in opposition to the coronavirus. The road-up additionally contains ‘Extracting cream out of corona disaster – Place the India of future’ by director, Institute of Superior Science, Dartmouth, USA. The Particular Centre for Molecular Medication, JNU is internet hosting a lecture on ‘COVID-19: India’s problem and response’.
Earlier, the varsity had held a collection of lectures on Ramayana, which confronted some opposition. The varsity V-C had mentioned in a reply to ANI, “Mahatma Gandhi emphasised how Lord Ram taught us to uphold fact, justice, equality and equanimity even in an adversarial scenario. After we’re combating COVID we thought there are nice classes to be taught from Ramayana to strengthen ourselves. I see no motive why anyone ought to oppose it.”
The college is at the moment closed and exams are being held over digital mode. JNU is among the many first varsities to carry digital exams. For many who couldn’t attend the exams, sure provisions are prone to be made. The varsity in an official assertion knowledgeable that over 800 college students are at the moment staying on the varsity campus.
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