In keeping with the University Grants Commission (UGC) directive to all varsities to celebrate November 26 as "Sanvidhan Divas" to commemorate the adoption of the country's Constitution, the faculty and non-teaching staff of North-Eastern Hill University read out the Preamble and fundamental duties on November 27 at the Committee Room, permanent campus. "Activities like reading out the Preamble to the Constitution during a morning assembly, reading out the fundamental duties, one lecture in every educational institution on the importance of fundamental duties and putting up information on fundamental duties on notice board of colleges (should be carried out)," the UGC…
Sounding the Alarm on Diabetes World Diabetes Day was observed at NEHU in the form of an awareness program for university students, faculty and staff on November 14, 2017. The program was organised by the NEHU Health Centre in association with Meghalaya Diabetes Association and North East Diabetes Society. Inaugurating the event as the chief guest on the occasion, Professor S.K. Srivastava, Vice-Chancellor, NEHU remarked on the fact that the day coincides with Children’s Day, and as the children are the future, it is important that they grow up healthy. Prof. Srivastava appreciated the initiative shown by the Health Centre…
NEHU kicked off the Vigilance Awareness Week, 2017 with the reading of the pledge by University authorities, teachers, students and staff, in front of the V.C's office, Administrative building on November 2 at 11 am. Addressing the gathering, Professor S.K. Srivastava, Vice-Chancellor, NEHU said this initiative by the Government of India is to ensure that we are highly accountable to the society. “In NEHU we are guided by the acts, statutes, regulations etc., as far as academic and administrative matters are concerned and since we are a centrally funded institute we also have to follow all the relevant financial rules…
A rock concert featuring the Shillong band Street Stories and a few artists from NEHU was held at the Convocation Hall on September 8, 2017. The concert was a result of a directive sent to all the IITs and central universities by the Human Resource Development Ministry asking them to host "patriotic music bands" as part of the government's drive to mark 70 years of India’s independence and 75 years of the Quit India Movement. The directive dated August 21 and sent to Vice-Chancellors and Directors of all 75 higher education institutions asks them to celebrate the event with the…
A Biometric Enrolment (BME) Camp for generating of Aadhaar Numbers is currently underway at the North-Eastern Hill University campus, Shillong. The Office of the Deputy Commissioner, East Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya has initiated the process for regular NEHU employees (both Teaching & Non-Teaching) along with their family members (aged over five years) and bonafide NEHU students at the Community Hall during office hours (9.30 AM-5.00 PM) from August 25 to September 1, 2017.
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Department of Biomedical Engineering, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong organized IBRO/APRC Associate School 2017 on “Computational approaches in Neuroprotection and Neurorehabilitation” from June 05-10, 2017 The Department of Biomedical Engineering, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India organized the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) Associate School 2017 with the theme of “Computational approaches in Neuroprotection and Neurorehabilitation” to foster research and training in the field of Neurosciences and Neurorehabilitation with focus on North-Eastern states of India and Asia Pacific region at large during 05th -10th June, 2017. This IBRO School was held for the first time in north eastern part of the country.…
NEHU celebrated the 44th University Day on May 26, 2017 at the Multi-Use Convention Hall. The programme kicked off with a flag hoisting and lighting of the lamp by Prof. S.K. Srivastava, Vice-Chancellor, NEHU in the presence of teachers, students and non-teaching staff. This was followed by speeches from representatives of the NEHUTA, NEHUNSA and NEHUNSU. Appreciation awards were also awarded to four recipients from the Shillong campus.