These teachers trigger an insatiable desire among the students to learn, explore, and push the frontiers of knowledge. They make special effort where possible to link knowledge to practice. They help students understand social realities, make them empathetic and at the same time don’t try to stereotype them. They are secular in their outlook. They help bring out the best among weak and strong students. They trigger lateral learning among students. They don’t mind acknowledging that sometimes some students may know more than a teacher. They reward such insights and acknowledge their inadequacies. They try to link nature, society, culture and institutions in different disciplines. They don’t see disagreements as a sign of disrespect. They use different strokes for different balls, as if in a game of cricket. That is, they use different ways of helping different students depending upon their learning blocks or proclivities. They don’t restrict to syllabus and go beyond it when needed. They encourage even undergraduate students to write papers and don’t take undue credit of the work that students do.

 

Attributes of an Inspired Teacher 

 

Selection procedure of the Inspired Teacher

 

The notification along with the concept paper was circulated to students. Each student was supposed to nominate only one teacher by following the “Attributes of an Inspired Teacher”. The selection was based on counting of numbers of nomination secured by each of the teachers.

 

Dr. Abodh Kumar (Economics) secured the highest number of nominations by the students as 'Inspired Teacher' and nominated for In-Residence Programme at Rashtrapati Bhawan.

 

 

Yoga study may start in CUSB, says Vice Chancellor during Republic Day Celebration

 

If things go well in the coming time Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) may start the Yoga studies, said the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Harish Rathore during the Republic Day address in Gaya campus. The Vice-chancellor said with the cooperation of all the University may possibly start Yoga studies, and the students shall be brand ambassador not only in national but international level as well. Along with being completely healthy and fit, the students shall get the employment opportunities by knowing the Yoga techniques. Prof. Rathore said once the University shifts to its permanent campus the day shall begin with Yoga. Addressing the huge gathering at University campus comprising of faculty members, non-teaching staff and students, the Vice-Chancellor said that India is bestowed with mineral as well human resources but still we are lagging behind in the development index. A fair portion of country’s budget is spent for medicines, but it doesn’t reach to needy people, which is a matter of great concern. We should also follow the measures for clean India with full responsibility, urged Prof. Rathore.

Earlier, the Republic Day celebration at Gaya campus started with guard of honour offered to the Vice-Chancellor followed by the hoisting of national tri-colour. Further the national anthem was sung and a human pyramid was formed by the students. The cultural programmes, skits, songs and dance kept the audience enthralled and engulfed in Republic day fervour. The winning students of speech, poetry, poster and rangoli making competition were also given away the awards and certificates by the Vice-Chancellor.

Similarly, Republic Day ceremony was organised at Patna campus of the University. The celebration started with guard of honour to acting Registrar Dr. (Smt.) Rekha Agrawal, who hoisted the national flag and followed by speech. Dr. Agrawal said that CUSB’s primary role is to disseminate good quality higher education so that all round development of society and nation may be achieved. Further the cultural programmes were presented by the students and vote of thanks was proposed by Cultural Activities Committee member Dr. Tara Kashav.

CUSB signs MoU with UK’s Aston University during International Conference on Biotechnology

Taking a major leap in the field of biotechnology research, the Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Aston University of Aston Triangle, Birmingham, United Kingdom (UK) at the University’s Patna campus on February 12, 2016). The MoU was entered between both the parties during the inaugural session of “First International Conference on Human Implications of Biotechnology” (ICHIB) organised by the Centre for Biological Sciences (CBS) of Central University of South Bihar. As per the MoU, both the Universities CUSB and Aston shall discuss and collaborate on the development of Aston Medical School at Aston (the Project). Major areas of research to be covered under the agreement are Stem Cell therapy, Drug Designing therapy, Mental health, etc.

The three day conference formally started with lightening of the lamp by CUSB Vice-Chancellor Prof. Harish Chandra Singh Rathore, chief guest Prof. Asif Ahmed, Dr. Ravindranath S. Rathore, Dean, SEBES, Dr. Rizwanul Haque, head of Centre for Biological Sciences. Prof. Amrendra Narayan Misra from Central University of Jharkhand was representing his University as co-oraniser of the conference. Prof. Rathore presented a memento to chief guest Prof. Ahmed along with a shawl, amidst the claps of enthusiastic audience inside the 1000-seater capacity BIT Auditorium. In response, the chief guest Prof. Asif Ahmed started his speech in quite impressive way by greeting the audience with ‘Namaste’ and described his connections with Patna. Prof. Ahmed said that his ancestors belong to the city of Patna and played an important role in the field of education in pre-independence era.

Further Prof. Ahmed given a plenary talk on the topic ‘Risky business of pregnancy’. Addressing to the audience especially aspiring youths he explained the values of three words Curiosity, Generosity and Passion for achieving the success. Coming back to the topic he dealt about ‘Pre-eclampsia’, a pregnancy disorder characterised by high blood pressure and high protein in urine (proteinuria) followed by heart and brain diseases. Usually it occurs one in every 50 pregnant women with the symptoms seizures, strokes, organ damage, premature baby death and lastly the death of mother. 

Prof. HCS Rathore, VC of CUSB started his speech by praising the organisers of the international conference Dr. Rizwanul Haque and his team of faculty members and students. He said that Biotechnology is really an innovative field of research it is good for human beings across the world but the basis social values must not be ignored. He urged from the researchers to find out medicines for deadly diseases, and also developing medicines for controlling the breeding of mosquitoes, the reasons behind many fatal diseases like malaria. Prof. Rathore also said that scientists may find out the ways for decomposition of waste materials such as plastics for making the environment pollution free.

In the day-long conference a session on Molecular Oncology topic was organised which was chaired by Dr. J. K. Singh, Director, SS Hospital, and included speakers Dr. M. M. Godbole, SGPGI, Lucknow, Dr. Tapasya Srivastava, University of Delhi, Dr. Faisal Abdulrman Alzahrani, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah and Dr. Meenakshi Tiwari, AIIMS, Patna. The ICHIB young scientist award presentations were also conducted during the conference. Likewise on Saturday and Sunday many papers were presented by the experts, scholars and students. More than 500 delegates attended the three day conference at Patna campus of CUSB during February 12-14, 2016, which was one of the most successful events of the University since its inception in 2009

 

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