Dada Ramchand Bakhru Sindhu Mahavidyalaya aquires Academic Partnership for International Conference

‘Resurgence’: Introspection Point for

Institutions and Individuals

Honorable Vice chancellor Dr. S.P. Kane

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 Speaking on the occasion of Preconference on Aug 20th 2015 at D.R.B. Sindhu Mahavidyalaya Nagpur, VC further emphasized on lacking social and national relevance in research. He said “it’s high time to come together and device objectives and modalities of research”. Earlier Honorable Vice chancellor was felicitated by offering shawl and shrifal at the hands of H.R. Bhakhru, President, SHVS. He witnessed maiden MoU signing between Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal and D.R.B. Sindhu Mahavidyalaya academic association. Dr. Arvind Joshi signatory for BSM introduced Shikshan Mandal’s working while Dr. K.J. Cherian signatory for DRB Sindhu illuminated contributions of institute in the society and academics. The MoU was signed on the background of conference hosted by Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal at VNIT Nagpur in collaboration with RTM Nagpur University, VNIT, NEERI, Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishividyapith and Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University.  The main aim of the international Conference is to initiate a paradigm shift in research orientation so as to make it indigenous, holistic, integrated, meaningful and would contribute towards the betterment of the society by its applicability.

Chairman SHVS, Dr. Vinky Rughwani appreciated need of ‘paradigm shift’ in research mind-set and extended complete support for conference.

In the interactive workshop Dr. Ujjwala Chakradev, convener on international conference illustrated particulars while shri. Mukul Kanitkar enthralled more than 40 participants on ‘Education & Research’. The faculty members from DRB Sindhu expressed their views wholeheartedly and session ended with step towards ‘Change’.

Shri H. R. Bakhru in presidential address cherished motto behind pre-conference & conference. He assured co-operation for ‘together working on the noble issue’ not only for the conference but in extended domains.

The programme was compared by Dr. Rajkumar Khapekar and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Vishwajit Pendsey. Dr. Kasbekar, Dr. Jisnani,   Dr. Shinkhede, Dr. Hate, Dr. Bhute, Dr. (Mrs.) Poddar, Dr. Kashmiri,        Dr. Sonarghare and Dr. Mankar worked hard for the success of the program.

  Please visit conference.bsmbharat.org for details