Coffee table book bags award

The Federation of Indian Publishers picked 'Himachal Birds', compiled by former Himachal DGP Somesh Goyal, for 'The best coffee table book' award. Chief Guest Dr Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, Minister of State of External Affairs and Education, presented a memento, certificate and a shawl to Goyal, also the founder president of Himachal Birds, a forum dedicated to the conservation of avian habitat. The book details 672 birds and 31 important birding areas in the state.

B.Tech admissions open at UIT

The admission process for B.Tech at the University Institute of Technology (UIT), Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, is under process. Some seats of SC/ST categories are being converted into general category and the UIT is willing to conduct spot round on October 5 to fill the seats, a spokesperson said. Interested candidates, who have passed Class XII examinations with physics, chemistry and mathematics with second division, are eligible to attend the spot round admission.

Training on disaster resilient infra

The three-day online training programme on "Geohazards and Disaster Resilient Infrastructure in the Himalayan region", organised in collaboration with the University Institute of Technology, HPU, and National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) concluded here. Such programmes should be organised regularly to promote awareness for disaster resilient infrastructure, specifically for Himalayan region, UIT Director Prof PL Sharma said.

Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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