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सीयूएसबी के लॉ विद्यार्थियों ने मानपुर प्रखंड में कानूनी अधिकारों के प्रति चलाया जागरूकता अभियान
दक्षिण बिहार केन्द्रीय विश्वविद्यालय (सीयूएसबी) के लॉ (विधि) के विद्यार्थियों ने मानपुर प्रखंड में मानवाधिकारों, संवैधानिक व कानूनी अधिकारों के बारे में जागरूकता अभियान चलाया | इस विशेष अभियान को सीयूएसबी के लॉ एंड गवर्नेंस में संचालित लीगल एंड क्लिनिक ने जिला विधिक सेवा प्राधिकार, गया के संयुक्त तत्वाधान में ये कार्यक्रम आयोजित किया गया | विस्तृत जानकारी देते हुए विधि विभाग के सहायक प्राध्यापक डॉ० देव नारायण सिंह ने बताया कि 02 अक्टूबर से 14 नवम्बर 2021 के बीच इस विशेष कानूनी जागरूकता अभियान को चलाया जा रहा है | उन्होंने बताया कि इस अभियान में विधि विभाग के छात्र अभिषेक प्रकाश, अंकित कुमार, दीपा श्री, प्रतीक कुमार एवं ज्योति कुमारी शामिल थे |
विशेष कानूनी जागरूकता अभियान के अंतर्गत गया जिला के मानपुर प्रखंड के इंद्रानगर, ख़िदरपुरा, डेल्हा, मदारपुर, व बिजुबीघा में लोगो को उनके मानवाधिकारों, संवैधानिक व कानूनी अधिकारों के बारे में जागरूक किया गया। इस अभियान के द्वारा सैंकड़ो लोगो ने जागरूक किया गया जिसमें छात्रों ने उनके समस्याओं को सूचीबद्ध कर के जिला विधिक सेवा प्राधिकार, गया को अवगत कराया । इसके बाद संबंधित क्षेत्रीय थाना बुनियाद गंज थाना जाकर थाने में चल रहे प्रशासनिक गतिविधियों के बारे में जायजा लिया गया एवं थाने में मौजूद पीड़ित व आरोपित के बातो को सुना गया । अभियान में लोगों को आश्वस्त किया गया कि लीगल एड क्लीनिक, सीयूएसबी और जिला विधिक सेवा प्राधिकार, गया के द्वारा की उनके समस्याओं के निवारण के लिए हर संभव प्रयास किया जाएगा।
Harsh Raj won the best debater award in Debating Premier League (DBL)
The Debating & Literary Society, School of Law & Governance (SLG), CUSB organised the Debating Premiere League – Season III from 1st October, 2021 to 3rd October, 2021. One of the most popular and much awaited event among young debators at CUSB, the tournament was based on ‘3-on-3’ Asian Parliamentary style of debating.
As the chief guest, CUSB Vice Chancellor Professor Kameshwar Nath Singh, in his address, highlighted the importance of debate and its various aspects. Specially addressing the participants, he said that such competitions play a big role in achieving success in life.
The competition was participated by 25 teams of students from the Law Department of CUSB. In the final round of Debating competition the team 'Rockstar' was defeated by 'The Breaking Bad'. The “Breaking Bad” team comprised of Law department students Harsh Raj, Mishra Aanchal Kashyap and Mujahidul Islam. The team won the competition after giving excellent performances in several rounds. The members of the runner up team “Rockstar” included Sneha Sudhakar, Prasoon Ojha and Rashmi Kiran.
In other competitions, Harsh Raj of Law Department won the best debater award, while the second best debater award went to Sadhna Parashar and the third best debater award was given to Rashmi Kiran. Toshbant Raj got the Best Adjudicator Award, second Best Adjudicator was Keshav Prakash and third Best Adjudicator was Dharam Deepak Biswas. The winners were awarded on the last day of the competition.
The Debating Premier League competition was organized under the guidance of Head and Deen Professor Pawan Kumar Mishra by Dr. De0 Narayan Singh, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Law Department and Mrs. Poonam Kumar, Co-Coordinator. At the same time, in making this program successful, the faculty members of the Department of Law, Professor Sanjay Srivastava, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Das, Mrs. Poonam Kumari, Dr. Deo Narayan Singh, Dr. Digvijay Singh, Dr. Anant Narayan, Dr. Pallavi Singh, Mr. Mani Pratap and Dr. Kumari respectively. Neetu made full contribution.
World Mental Health Day Celebration at CUSB
Mental health is the key which provides us with the realization about our own ability that we can cope with stress during or after this pandemic. Just to burst the differences in perception about mental health, Department of Psychological sciences in collaboration with the career counselling cum well-being centre of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) has organized the Mental health week program on 7th and 8th of October, which is celebrated globally in October. The theme of World Mental Health Day 2021 as declared by WHO is “Mental health in an unequal world”.
The inauguration of the program was done by CUSB VC Prof. Kameshwar Nath Singh by lighting the lamp and the Kulgeet (University Anthem) of CUSB by students of the department. CUSB VC Prof. K.N. Singh emphasized on holistic perspective to mental health for ideal human and social development. The introduction of the theme was given by the event coordinator Dr. Narsingh Kumar and the program was carried forward by HOD department of psychology Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Dr. Narsingh Kumar, Dr. Das Ambika Bharti Dr. Mangalesh Kumar Mangalam. A mime was also organised by Masters students of psychology department in which they had shown the helplessness and stress faced by some people who had once been affected by any mental illness, as the world is unequal it’s difficult for all victims to be accepted by the society even after getting a fully mentally healthy life.
There was also organised certificate distribution for the students who participated as well as got 1st, 2nd and 3rd rank in the competitions of speech and poster making on 7th October. Poster making competition was judged by Dr. Ravi Suryavanshi, Asst. Prof., Mass Communication and Dr Rachana Vishwakarma, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Commerce. The 1st prize in poster making was won by Yaghfir Muntaha from Environmental Science, 2nd prize was shared by Garima from Media and Mass Communication and Prince Kumar from English Department and 3rd prize went to Ramyani Mukherjee from Department of Pharmacy. Speech competition was judged by Dr. Sujeet Kumar from the Media department and Dr. Firdaus Fatima Rizvi from Department of Developmental Studies and 1st prize went to Santu Kumar from department of Journalism and Mass Communication, 2nd prize won by Ravi Shankar Kumar from Psychology Department and 3rd prize went to Vandana Kumari from Economics department.
Talk on a story of RNA Recognition Motifs (RRMs)
As the part of 99th Birth Anniversary of noted Indian physicist Prof. G. N. Ramachandran the Dept. of Life Science of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) organized a webinar-cum-poster presentation in in online as well as offline sessions. The webinar was attended by a huge number of participants from various parts of the country who enjoyed a thoroughly knowledgeable session on the RNA Recognition Motifs (RRMs). An exclusive talk on the topic on “Rang ek, Roop Anek: A story of RNA Recognition Motifs (RRMs)” was delivered by Prof. Neel Sarovar Bhavesh, International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi.
As the Patron of the event CUSB VC Prof. K. N. Singh emphasized the need for such programs for exposure of students to the latest research work in the field of life science. He praised the offline poster presentation session to enhance understanding of the structure-function relationships of biological macromolecules and inculcate confidence in the students while developing communication skills.
Further, the Coordinator of the event and Assistant Prof., Dept. of Life Science, Dr. Tara Kashav introduced the distinguished speaker Prof. Neel S. Bhavesh. He has several publications published in various peer-reviewed journals. He is a native of Bihar and an alumnus of the science college, Patna University. In his talk, Prof. Bhavesh explained his work in the field of RNA. I use biophysical, biochemical, and molecular biology techniques for understanding the molecular mechanism of Protein-RNA interactions, said Prof. Bhavesh.
Convener, Dr. Ram Pratap Singh told about Prof. G. N. Ramachandran, FRS (8 October 1922 – 7 April 2001) was an Indian physicist who has created Ramachandran plot and proposed the triple-helical model for the structure of collagen. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize for his fundamental contributions to protein structure and function.
In the offline session, several students presented posters on macromolecular structures and explained the structure-function relationship to the faculty members.
Dr. Tara Kashav, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Science presented the vote of thanks. She thanked Honourable VC sir, Prof. K. N. Singh, for the blessings and inspirational words. She appreciated the support by HoD, Dr. Ram P. Singh. She expressed her gratitude to Prof. Bhavesh for an insightful talk on RNA-protein interactions. She thanked the Proctor, Prof. Umesh Kumar Singh; the Dean SEBES, Prof. Ram Kumar; DSW, Prof. Atish Parashar; IQAC Coordinator, Prof. Venkatesh Singh; Deans & heads of different schools & departments resp. and faculty members for their kind presence and motivation. She praised the efforts of Dr. Gautam Kumar, Dr. Amrita Srivastava, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Dr. Naveen Kumar Singh, and Dr. Manoj Panchal for the support in organizing the webinar-cum-poster presentation.
G.N. Ramachandran was a gifted scientist with difference, CUSB VC Prof. KN Singh
#CUSB celebrates the birth anniversary of GN Ramachandran
The Department of Bioinformatics of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) celebrated Bioinformatics Day on the occasion of GN Ramachandran’s birth anniversary. On this occasion a plenary lecture was delivered by Prof. Ashok Kolaskar, a well-known Bioinformatics scientist in the country and former vice chancellor of University of Pune and KIIT, Bhubaneshwar.
In his presidential remark CUSB VC Prof. Kameshwar Nath Singh appreciated the achievements and progress being made in the department and suggested to department faculty members and students to use this occasion to augment the growth of the department. Prof. K.N. Singh further elaborated about the works of G.N. Ramachandran and said his work is the pride of Indian Science.
Speaking on this occasion Prof. Ashok Kolaskar, who worked with G.N. Ramachandran during the 1970s gave a detailed account of his life and work. GN Ramachandran, affectionately known as GNR was born on Oct 08,1922 and his centenary celebration is going to be observed throughout the year in India and abroad. GNR was one of the finest Biologist, the country ever produced, who is known for his contribution on the discovery of the triple helical structure of fibrous protein collagen in 1954, and developing a two-dimensional map in 1963, popularly called as Ramachandran map. This map was a major breakthrough in the growth of molecular biology and till today it serves as an important tool to understand protein structure, conformation, and to build protein models.
Prof. Kolaskar joining from Nashville, Tennessee, USA in his talk, shed many lights on GNR’s work and his life. He often used to say to his students, science is important, its presentation of research is equally important. The Ramachandran map conveys the entire story of the quality of protein structure, and to present this information into a simple and captivating 2D map requires a feat. He said that GNR was a very generous person, and caring for societal cause. He contributed most of his money received through awards. Perhaps he was one of the gifted biologists ever born in the country, who was completely devoted to his lab work.
Earlier in the opening remark, Prof. R.S. Rathore from Dept. of Bioinformatics introduced Prof. Kolaskar and his work to the audience and highlighted research and activities going on in the Bioinformatics department. Prof. Ram Kumar, Dean, SEBES briefed about activities of the School. Dr. Asheesh Shanker, Head of the Department concluded the session. The talk was attended by -Prof. Rizwanul Haque, Dr. AK Singh, Dr. Prabhat Ranjan, Dr. KK Ojha, Dr. VK Singh, Dr. DV Singh, Dr. Anil Kumar and many faculties, research scholars and students.