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SGT University Honors The Best of Under Graduate Students at Felicitation Ceremony

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Gurugram, Haryana, India

SGT University celebrated the outstanding achievements of its undergraduate students at a Felicitation Ceremony organized by the Scholar’s Council on March 16, 2024. This event recognized the hard work and innovative contributions of the university’s student researchers, who devoted the past year to exploring various cutting-edge concepts.

The Scholar’s Council, a student-centric body focused on nurturing innovative ideas and leadership skills, saw an impressive 600 registrations for the academic year 2023-24, demonstrating the strong commitment of SGT University’s young researchers.

Esteemed guests graced the ceremony, including Prof. Dr. S.C. Malik, Dean of Physical Sciences at Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, as the Chief Guest, and Ms. Jaspreet Kaur, Director of Regulatory Affairs at APIs Centrient Pharmaceuticals, Gurugram, as the Guest of Honor. Dr. Malik delivered a motivating speech, and Ms. Kaur highlighted the critical need for more young researchers in India.

The ceremony showcased the top eight research projects of the 2023-24 session across various faculties, including Allied Health Sciences, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Indian Medical System, Agricultural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Applied and Basic Sciences, and Mass Communication and Media Technology. The winners were honored for their exceptional research contributions, and certificates of participation were awarded to all students who conducted research projects.

These research projects covered a diverse range of innovative topics. In the Medical sciences space, the winners were Rocky Rana, for his project on Synthesis and Characterization of Copper Nanoparticles for Anti-bacterial Purposes; Arshnoor Kaur Naval Bhallar for her project on Mantle Cell Lymphoma and Orphan Drugs; and Anjali Shubham Ashish for her project on Early Neural Changes in Asymptomatic Floor Cleaners.

In the non-medical sciences space, the winners were Shubhangi, Prerna, Aakriti, Joginder, and Nakul Kumar for their project on nutrient composition of soil of different regions of Gurugram; Raveen for his project on Deep learning based human activity detection model; and Ojasvi Sharma, Jay Yadav, and Anjali Semwal for their project on Crime Scene Reconstruction using AI.

These projects demonstrate SGT University’s commitment to pioneering research that addresses pressing health concerns and advances scientific understanding, underlining the university’s role as a leader in academic and practical innovations.

We are incredibly proud of our students’ dedication and achievements,” said Dr. Atul Kumar Nasa, Vice-Chancellor of SGT University. “Along with the young scholars, I also congratulate all the teachers and coordinators who have provided immense support to the students in their research pursuits.

The Scholar’s Council at SGT University continues to play a pivotal role in nurturing the talents and aspirations of its students, preparing them to become future leaders and changemakers in their respective fields.

 

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