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Alipore Court Visit by 5th Semester, SOLJ
Date : 20-11-2018
On 14th November 2018, the students of 5th Semester, B.A. LL.B (Hons.) and B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) , School of Law and Justice, Adamas University, along with three faculties of the School, Shri. Tapan Kr. Das (Retd. Judge), Ms. Anuleena Bhattacharjee and Dr. Rakesh Kr. Singh, had visited the Museum located in the premises of the District and Sessions Court, South 24 Parganas, Alipore, which assumes immense historical importance as the trials of many revolutionaries of our freedom struggle were held therein. The students had the opportunity to view the court room where the trial of Sri.Aurobindo and his associates were held in connection with the Alipore Bomb Case, which has been kept in its original position till date. The photographs of under trials kept in the accused dock, copy of the judgement, other records and exhibits related to the case as well as the portion of the historical argument advanced by Defense Counsel Barrister Chittaranjan Das, which was a source of inspiration to the freedom fighters and which instilled a new definition of patriotism materially different from rebellion in the aforesaid case were inspected by the students. Besides, case records of the trial of Khudiram Bose, Prafulla Chaki, Rash Behari Bose, and arrest warrant against Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose etc were examined by the students. This was followed by a meeting with the District and Sessions Judge, South 24 Parganas, Sri Rabindranath Samanta, who wished the students success in their future endeavours and a bright future in the field of law.
DRUG ENCAPSULATION
Date : 20-11-2018
Honorable Pro-Vice Chancellor, Professor Sanjib Ghosh, was invited as a Visiting Scientist in the National Centre for Nanostructured Materials, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria, South Africa for a week (22nd Oct-28th Oct, 2018). Professor Ghosh, delivered a talk on “Drug encapsulation and Imaging technique with Nano-reactor using Antenna Effect.”
Celebration of "World GIS Day" by School of Science, Department of Geography
Date : 15-11-2018
The School of Science, Department of Geography organized the Celebration of "World GIS Day" on 15th November, 2018 pivoted around the theme "Discovering the world through GIS" or Geographic Information Systems (GIS), which is a tool for displaying and analyzing the data related to positions on Earth’s surface. Millions of decisions on every day are being powered by GIS technology, from pinpointing a new shopping mall location, to reporting the power outages, to predicting climate change or to evaluating the crime patterns, GIS is transforming the entire human civilization. On this occasion, a keynote speech was delivered by Dr. Tapati Banerjee, Director, National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization (NATMO). The event comprised of poster presentation, quiz competition and lecture. Over 90 students and teachers from aroud seven secondary and higher secondary schools participated in and attended the World GIS Day.
Honorable Chancellor Professor Samit Ray has been awarded by India-UAE Partnership Summit 2018 (IUPS)
Date : 01-11-2018
We are proud to announce that our Honorable Chancellor Professor Samit Ray has been awarded with the prestigious award for “Exemplary contribution towards the growth and development of K12 and higher education in Eastern India” at the India-UAE Partnership Summit 2018 (IUPS).

Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Tolerance, UAE conferred the award in the presence of His Excellency Navdeep Singh Suri, Indian Ambassador to UAE and Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal, Honorable Finance Minister, Government of Punjab.

The award was received by the Chief Operation Officer, RICE Education Group, Shri Samit Ray, on behalf of Honorable Chancellor Professor Samit Ray.
Professors and students of Western Sydney University, Australia visit Adamas University
Date : 31-10-2018
From 31st October till 16th November, 2018 Adamas University is privileged to host delegation of 19 people with professors and students from Western Sydney University. The delegation is headed by Dr. Asha Chand, Associate Dean, International, Professor of School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University and Dr. Kalika Navin Doloswala, Professor of School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University.

The goals of the visit of huge number of people from Western Sydney University are manifold. Guests professors and students will have interactions with students, academia and management of Adamas University to get better knowledge, insights and experiences with Indian education, culture and economic development processes. Besides both universities have the plan to launch joint academic and research programs and projects.

On the inauguration ceremony on 1st November at Adamas University Dr. Asha Chand confirmed that they are closely tied with Kolkata and will love to work with Adamas University for the benefits of students and faculty members of both universities.

The other programs of our guests from Australia include trips to Darjiling and Bisva Bharti University, Shanti Niketan along with professors and students of Adamas University to get more information and facts on Indian history, culture and life.
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