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Research Scholars’ Forum Office inaugurated in RGU

Research Scholars’ Forum Office inaugurated in RGU
Students of Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills with Vice-Chancellor Prof. Saket Kushwaha.
RONO HILLS, JAN 12 | Publish Date: 1/12/2020 12:28:14 PM IST

Rajiv Gandhi University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Saket Kushwaha on Saturday inaugurated the varsity’s first Research Scholars’ Forum Office here at the Tissa Halls of Residence.

 A press release by Prem Taba of the department of Mass Communication stated  that the VC who spoke on the ocassion said that very soon department classrooms will be converted into smart classrooms equipped with projectors, digital screens, microphones and speakers.
“The aim behind the modernization is to improve teaching-learning experience. The smart classrooms will immensely benefit the students. We have plans to convert at least one classroom in each department into hi-tech ones,” the VC informed.
On slow-paced progress in Ph. D synopsis registration, the VC said the administration has set up a committee that is working on mechanism to hold the synopsis screening in the university itself.
“Under the new rules, synopsis screening will be held within the university itself. Sending synopsis outside of the varsity is not just against the basic standard of a central university but it creates unnecessary hurdles to research scholars. However in departments where it is unfit to hold screenings, the old tradition will be followed,” Prof Kushwaha said.
The VC also informed that scholars can now give their Ph. D thesis viva-voce through online modes, such as skype.
From the coming session on, semesters will also be shortened in order to reach up to the national the framework, the VC added.
Speaking on the importance of NIRF rankings, the VC advised the research scholars to play important roles in bagging a good ranking for the university.
Extending his support to the RGURSF, the VC assured to facilitate the forum’s office with a computer, printer, 3 almirahs, research books, and other basic furniture.
RGU Registrar Prof. Tomo Riba in his speech lauded the forum for the new office and advised them to make the best use of the office. He also dwelt at length on the importance of research and the sincerity needed to complete and submit it on time.
RGURSF Chairman Reken Lollen, on behalf of the forum, expressed gratitude to the university administration for the office allotment and assured to make optimum use of the office space. RGURSF General Secretary and spokesperson Renu Loyi also spoke on the occasion. Earlier, the VC also launched the calendar of the forum.

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