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  • Apeejay Stya University organises its first Student’s Orientation programme

    Published on September 7, 2010

    New Delhi, Delhi — Apeejay Stya University, the unique university established by the Apeejay Stya Education foundation situated at Sohna, Gurgaon, organised its first student’s orientation programme in its city office in the presence of various eminent people and highly energized students.

    The event started with the lighting of lamp by the renowned educationist and honorable Chancellor of Apeejay Stya University, Mrs. Sushma Berlia followed by the Guest of honour Former Chairman & Managing Partner of Ernst & Young, India Mr. K. N. Memani, Eminent Scientist Dr. S K Salwan and Pro Chancellor Mr. Aditya Berlia. Soon after the lighting of the lamp, the hall filled with positive vibes when every one chanted the Hymn with full harmony.

    Mrs. Sushma Berlia, the Chancellor of the university greeted every one by the welcome address. She also focused on the point of global education and global competitiveness along with raveling some pioneering factors of the Apeejay Stya University while sharing the vision and mission of this university based on modern teaching techniques and the philosophy of the eminent freedom fighter and educationist late Dr. Stya Paul.

    The hall further filled with thunderous applauds and the students blown away with high energy when the Pro Chancellor of the university, Mr. Aditya Berlia revealed the unique academic system of the university which encompasses the three interdisciplinary pillars i.e. Technology, Research and Liberal arts. The vision of the university was further clarified when he shared the factors like ‘freedom to choose which degree you want’ and ‘freedom to graduate when you want’. It really complemented the motto of the foundation-“Soaring high is my nature”.

    Honorable Guest of Honour Mr. K. N. Memani also animated the audience with his presence when he threw some light on Indian Industry and education, where as eminent scientist Dr. S. K. Salwan conferred on the implementation of modern science in new education.

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