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RAJOURI: A one week short term course on recent advances in power and engineering organised by Department of Electrical and Renewable energy began at BGSB University under TEQIP-III programme.
Prof. Javid Musarrat, Vice Chancellor of the University inaugurated the course and he emphasised on the importance of such programmes for students, researchers and faculty members in academics and research. Prof Musarrat said that BGSB University is determined to provide such platforms to the budding researchers and innovators to augment their potential for the larger benefits of mankind. He said that under TEQIP-III prgrammge the College of Engineering and Technology, BGSB University is setting new mile stones in the field of engineering and technology. Professor Sufiyan Beigh, Principal ZHCET, Aligarh Muslim University, was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
The inaugural session started with the recitation of holy Quran followed by welcome address by Shafqat Nabi Mughal, Head, Department of Electrical & Renewable Energy Engineering. Prof Iqbal Parvez, Dean Academic Affairs, applauded the department of ERE for organising this workshop and also highlighted the activities that would take place under TEQIP-III. Distinguished key note speakers from Aligarh Muslim University, Prof Imtiyaz Ashraf, Chairman, Electrical Engineering Department, Dr. Adil Sarvar Assistant Professo, AMU and Dr Mohammed Tariq (formal scientist Rolls Royce) presented their views on the different themes of Power Engineering. Prof Mohd Asger Dean SOET presented the vote of thanks. Large number of students, faculty members and participant from within and outside the University were present in the inaugural. In the week long course, resource persons from various reputed institutions shall share their knowledge with the participant.
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