Professor of Ryerson University, Canada visits Adamas University
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Professor of Ryerson University, Canada visits Adamas University
Date : 15-05-2018
Adamas University was highly privileged to host Prof. Dr. Krishna D. Kumar on 13-15 May, 2018. Dr. Krishna D. Kumar is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Director of Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Analytics for Aerospace Systems Laboratory, Space Systems Dynamics and Control Laboratory, and Space Electronics Test and Integration Laboratory, Chair of Faculty Promotion Committee, and Chair of Graduate Council at Ryerson University,Canada. He is also the Founder and President of iSAC Systems Inc. focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Analytics and Internet-of-Things. His experiences in academia and researches span more than 27 years at various premier institutions, like Ryerson University, Canada, National Aerospace Laboratory, Japan, Kyushu University, Japan, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, and Defence Research and Development Organization, India. His researches have resulted in over 200 publications in high-ranking journals, conference proceedings, books, intellectual properties, and patents.

During his meeting with Dr. Parimal Chandra Biswas, Dean of Students Affairs and Director of International Relations at Adamas University Dr. Krishna D. Kumar has shown great interest and expressed his personal support to make academic and research collaborations between Ryerson University and Adamas University. Dr. Krishna D. Kumar especially highlighted the feasibility of students exchange programs and potential opportunity of participation of students of Adamas University in NASA supported programs.
Tuning India Project
Date : 11-05-2018

First General Meeting of Tuning India Project funded by the Erasmus + Program of the European Union held on 7-11 May 2018 in Bangalore.

Adamas University is a partner university in the Tuning India Project. The Project Consortium consists of 15 Indian Universities like University of Calcutta, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Savitribai Phule Pune University, GD Goenka University, Vinoba Bhave University and others and 5 partners from European Union like Universidad de Deusto (Spain), Universita di Bologna (Italy), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) and others.  The coordinator of the Project is University of Deusto and the project will continue for three years.

The Tuning India Project has the main objective to design, develop, implement and evaluate study programmes in four subject areas like Law, Information Communication Technology, Medicine and Teacher Education in India, which contributes to reform of Higher Education in India, planned by the government of India.

Adamas University is represented in the Tuning India Project by Dr.Parimal Chandra Biswas, Director of International Relations and Prof. Silla Ramsundar, Professor from the School of Law and Justice. Besides the main objective of curricular development, the Project has other objectives like developing mutual trust, respect, mobility among partner universities and promoting internalization of each partner institution. The next General Meeting of the Tuning India Project has been planned to be held in Bilbao, Spain in November 2018.

UPSC Seminar Series for IAS and IPS aspirants
Date : 10-05-2018

RICE IAS Academy in collaboration with Adamas University organises special UPSC Seminar Series for IAS and IPS aspirants

RICE IAS Academy in collaboration with School of Professional Studies, Adamas University organised a special seminar for aspiring students who want to serve the nation by becoming IAS or IPS officers. RICE IAS Academy in Delhi sent four of their expert faculty members to Adamas University campus in Barasat. An interactive seminar followed, and students learnt what it takes to prepare for the Civil Services examination conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission). The videos showcased a diverse group of dreamers who had overcome obstacles to reach their goals – people as varied as working mothers, qualified doctors, former waiters, 6th time takers, and so many more. A short demo class was also in order when our students interacted with the four mentors discussing subjective questions from previous exams and best ways to tackle them. Through the two-hour activity the underlying message was clear. The Civil Services examination is difficult but there is a route to success. Studying intelligently and doing the right thing will get you where you want to be.
The School of Professional Studies (SOPS) in Adamas University had two objectives when planning this seminar – 
1. Give students a glimpse into the world of the hallowed Civil Services
2. Follow up with an opportunity for students to train for Civil Services examinations

A robust training plan for aspirants looking to take on the Civil Services examination is in the making. This year SOPS aims to start an intensive residential training programme exclusively geared towards UPSC Civil Services examinations.

Workshop on Child Protection Issues
Date : 08-05-2018
The Department of Sociology, School of Social Science in collaboration with famous NGO "CINI" organized a workshop on "Child Protection Issues" on 8th May, 18. The workshop addressed various issues of child protection and various legal enforcements for children such as child abuse, child labour, JJ Act, PROXO Act etc.
Seminar on ‘Students’ Mental Health & Psychological Well-Being
Date : 07-05-2018
On the 7th of May 2018, amidst the scorching heat The Department of Psychology, Adamas University tried to bring relief to the minds of the students by inviting experts in the field of mental health to create awareness about the common stresses and strains faced by the youth of today. We had the privilege of having Prof. Manas Kumar Mandal ( Professor ,Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur) ,Prof. Pritha Mukhopadhyay, (Former Head, Department of Psychology, University of Calcutta, Coordinator of Centre with Potential for Excellence in Particular Area (CPEPA), UGC, University of Calcutta) and Prof. Dr. Gautam Bandopadhyay (MBBS, DPM,MD Neuropsychiatrist, Mental Health Activist, Former head, Department of Psychiatry, R.G.Kar Medical College & Hospital and Former Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, North Bengal Medical College & Hospital, Head of the Department , College of Medicine & Sagore Dutta Hospital) with us .

This occasion was also graced by the honourable Vice Chancellor Prof. Madhusudhan Chakraborty, honourable Pro- Vice Chancellor Prof. Arun Kumar Mazumdar, the Dean of the School of Social Science, Prof. Tridib Chakraborty, along with the Deans and faculty members of various other schools of study within Adamas University.

Prof. Manash Kumar Mondal gave a glimpse into the inner world of students. He revealed the conflicts and common misconceptions faced by them and gave us certain guidelines on how to deal with it. Dr. Gautam Bandhopadhyay showed us “how anger kills and anger hurts”. He highlighted the negative effects of anger and showed us how we can steer ourselves out of these negative emotions by using strategies to control it through the red signal, orange signal and green signal. “No one can make you angry without your consent” was one of the most valuable quotes of the day.

Prof. Pritha Mukhopadhyay interacted with the students and made them think how one can construct one’s own reality positively.

Through this seminar the Department of Psychology hopes to start a chain of positivity which will spread through all the people associated with this prestigious organization.
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