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Institution’s Innovation Day

Date: 07-11-2023

The Institution’s Innovation da , more generally known as the National students day is celebrated on 15th of October every year to celebrate the birthday of Indian Ex president & famed aerospace scientist, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. This occasion is celebrated nati students and education.The theme for the Institution’s Innovation day was “FAIL-First Attempt In Learning”. The Physical Sciences department had celebrated his birthday as “The Institution’s Innovation day” in which various innovative activities were performed by students. This event is a gathering of hundreds of thoughtful, innovative doers, who share a common interest in various scientific phenomena. This is an important day for Indian Scientific Community. With the heavenly blessings of Revered Sant Baba Dlawar Singh Ji (Brahm Ji) and with the benign endorsement of our Hon'ble Chancellor Sant Baba Manmohan Singh Ji, under the able guidance of Respected Vice Chancellor Sir and under the aegis of IQAC and IIC, Department of Physical Sciences have celebrated The Institution’s Innovation day on 7th , November 2023. The main aim of this activity is to honor his legacy and emphasize the importance of education and youth empowerment on a global scale. Various theme based scientific activities have been conducting such as, Declamation, on spot poster making. Many students participated in the activities and showcased their talent and creativity. Students have portrayed their ideas beautifully in the form of posters . E- Certificates are awarded to all the participants who participated in the various theme based activities. The function ended with the vote of thanks by Dr Honey Sharma (COD, Physical Sciences), Dr Nisha Sharma (HOD, Physical Sciences) and Dr Shweta Singh (Dean UIS).