Friday, 11 December 2015

GAURAVI - ONE STOP CRISIS CENTRE

Article by Dr. Kulwinder Kaur

The Government of Madhya Pradesh has launched ONE STOP CRISIS CENTRE –GAURAVI in Bhopal for women who are victims of violence. Bhopal is the first city in the country to take such initiative. This newly created center would provide the victims assistance in case of rape, dowry harassment, molestation and domestic violence. Victims in violence cases could seek help by directly walking in or by calling a toll free number. The motto of creating such a center is to provide medical aid to the victims, assist them in filing a police complaint and increase their awareness by providing them legal advice and psychological counselling. 
 The data provided by National Crime Record reveals that the state has witnessed the highest number of rapes which is a serious concern for the state. The center has been established with the help of two non-government organizations(NGOs) and the center would provide training to the doctors, counsellors and other personnel. The center would act as a new helpline for women which would minimize the violence cases against them. The centre was inaugurated last year by India’s Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan, Bollywood actor Aamir Khanand Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to protect women against violence. During the inauguration actor Aamir Khan  raised the issue of crime against women and also spent about 20 minutes interacting with the staff of the centre. 
The state government has also recommended to set up similar centres in the remaining 50 districts of the state and has shown confidence that this effort will not get wasted and will certainly help women in fighting against violence. The centre will comprise of legal experts, police and health officials. Within its first three days of operation, center received 250 calls, of which 80 were from women suffering of domestic violence, divorce trouble, rape and harassment.

Monday, 30 November 2015

10th International Seminar

10th International Seminar
of
Economics on Sustainable Development for Wholesome Life
at
Biratnagar , Nepal
21-22 November 2015
Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University in collaboration with International Research Institute of Relative Economics (IRIRE) organized a two days international conference in Biratnagar, Nepal on 21st and 22nd November, 2015. The conference involved 5 technical sessions to discuss the key issues of Relative Economics. The conference was inaugurated on 21st of November, 2015 in the pious presence of Acharya Shri Mahashramanji and was chaired by Prof. B.P. Sharma, Honorable President of Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University. The conference included discussion and actions plan on 51 key areas and 7 major projects which would lead to development at global level.
The motto of the conference was to create welfare oriented economics across the globe so as to provide a balanced life to every citizen of the country. Dr. Madhu Yogi, Mr. Narendra Singh Chawda, CA Disha Fattawat, Dr. Subhash Sharma and Dr. Kulvinder Kaur Gujral participated in the conference representing the university.  Following dignitaries graced the event with their presence:
·        Sh. Shankar Prasad Koirala, Ex-Finance Minister, Nepal
·        Sh. S. Shekher, Cheif Justice, Session Court, Morang District, Nepal
·        Ms. Rajlaxmi Golcha, MP, Govt. of Nepal
·        Muni Akshay Prakash ji
·        Sh. Shanti Lal Bramecha, President, IRIRE
·        Sh. Bajrang Jain, Secretry & Coordinator, IRIRE
·        Col. Mithilesh Dixit, VC, Career Point University, Kota

Prof. B.P. Sharma addressed the conference came out with the following actions plans be worked upon with immediate effect -
1.    Identification of various micro-projects for investment purposes for creating new entrepreneurs.
2.   Inviting research work from various professors, Research Scholars and universities related major national and international policies.
3.   Research on new agriculture viable projects to initiate by new entrepreneurs.
4.   Create an Incubation Centre to decide the venture capital to promote domestic entrepreneurs.
       
Col. Mithilesh Dixit, Vice Chancellor, Career Point University Kota, emphasized on taking up UGC, ICSSR projects also, and apart from it various project based on sustainable development for the country.
Sh. Bajrang ji Jain suggested to establish incubation centers at different places in different university to help the students.
The conference was successfully conducted and came to an end on 22nd November with the valediction ceremony.
 In his address to the participants prior to valediction, Prof. B.P. Sharma proposed to conduct various development programmes together with IRIRIE in the near future which would developed the concept of Relative Economics to newer heights.












Friday, 6 November 2015

19th All India Simulation Management Games -2015

19th All India Simulation Management Games -2015

The students of Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific University, participated in the 19th All India Simulation Management Games 2015 held at IILM College Delhi on 31st October 2015. The students of Faculty of Management Studies secured the position of second runner-up in the final round. The members of the teams were Ritu Fattawat, Mohit Raza, Hansraaj Meena and Hemlata Gupta. The students were accompanied by faculty member Mr. Shivoham Singh. Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific University is the All India champion for the third time in Simulation Management Games of AIMA.




HR & Tourism Forum

HR & Tourism Forum
An HR & Tourism Forum was organized at the Pacific Institute of Management on 6th Nov. 2015 for the students of third semester. Mr. Ajay Nagar of HRH group of hotels, Udaipur came and addressed the students with his expertise knowledge in the field of HR and Tourism. Sir is currently working as a Corporate HR manager in the HRH group. He has an experience of 22 yrs. in the same field. He gave knowledge about the current market scenario of HR, hotel & tourism industry. In a nutshell the overall session proved to be a knowledge booster that enhanced the confidence of students of how they can become successful in this sector.

Faculty Co-coordinators – Dr. Kadambari Jain, Ms. Mansi Vyas & Dr. Khushboo Sharma






Inter-College Cricket Tournament

INTER-COLLEGE CRICKET TOURNAMENT
Pacific University organized an inter college cricket tournament from 21st-25th October 2015.  Cricket eams from Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific college of engineering, Pacific Institute of fire and safety management, Pacific Institute of Technology, Pacific Institute of Hotel Management participated in the tournament. The team of Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific University brought glory to the institute by winning the series. The title of Man of the match was given to Mr. Farhan Khan. The prince of Mewar  Shri Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar graced the valedictory function of the tournament and handed over the trophy to the winning team. 





Monday, 19 October 2015

Management Orientation Programme

Management Orientation Programme- 2015

For the students of Pacific Dental College and Hospital

A Management Orientation Programme for the students of Pacific Dental College and Hospital was organized by Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific University from 14th -17th October 2015. The aim of the programme was to instill management fundamentals and to demonstrate a general knowledge or awareness of the management among the participants.

Facilitators/Trainers and subject experts discussed different aspects of management through presentations and activities to make the participants learn and add new dimensions of management. The activities which were conducted in the four days were small group discussions, role plays, presentation
The convener of the programme was Dr. Subhash Sharma and the programme was coordinated by Ms. Ritumbara Trivedi. 

Training Sessions were conducted on the following topics:
Day- 1 Communication Skills And Social Etiquette: Dr. Subhash Sharma discusused the Communication & Team Work, body language through activities, to get to know the first impression well.
Dr. Pooja Devija, conducted a quiz to judge the social etiquette among the participants and there after suggested some tips to follow.
Day-2. Leadership Skills and Stress Management : The session taken by Prof. Harvinder Soni, who discussed  - How  to  influence  others  in  a  positive  manner  using  verbal and non- verbal techniques?
Day-3 Team building and Problem Solving Skills: The session was taken by Dr. Swati Gokhru, Soft Skills Trainer, who discussed and conducted activities to make the participants learn about the Team building practices.
Day-4 Time Management: The session was taken by Ms. Shikha Behl, a Soft Skills & Corporate Trainer, who discussed to Practice and methodology for achieving targets. She discussed Time Management concept, Attendance, Discipline & Punctuality, and Act in time on commitment.

The four day programme was ended with valedictory function. The dignitaries who presided over the inaugural ceremony were Prof. Mahima Birla , Dean Faculty of Management Studies , Pacific University, Shri B.D. Rai former president of Pacific University, Dr. Hemant Mahur, Principal , Pacific Dental College and Hospital and Dr. Subhash Sharma , Convener , Management Orientation Programme .


Prof. Mahima Birla , Dean Faculty of Management Studies ,Pacific University addressed the gathering on the occasion and said that these kind of programmes are very important  to be highly motivated, and such programmes help students in developing their  personality.












Uniquest Valedictory

 “Uniquest” - All India Management Fest
Valedictory Ceremony

A two day extravaganza exhibited an excellent display of talents, creativity, charm, dignity and beauty as well.

Various competitions such as face painting, visual extempore, budding manager, debate, Ad-Zap and quiz, ramp-walk, dance, music, best out of west, short film competitions were organized to demonstrate the creativity of the students.

The two day fest ended with valedictory function where the overall winners of the cultural fest were declared. The other winners of the various competitions held throughout the fest were awarded and appreciated.

Teams were also awarded by some special awards:

Ø Award for Maximum Participation – IIIM Jaipur
Ø Award for Most Creative Team – GovindBallabhPant Social Science Institute, Allahbaad
Ø Award for Highly Motivated Team- Leo College Banswara
Ø Award for All-rounder team – NDIM , Delhi
Ø Best team in cultural category – Narayan lala college of professional andapplied sciences Navsari, Gujrat

 































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