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JNU VC bats for stronger ties between JNU and NDA

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Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor, Dr M Jagadesh Kumar, today made a pitch for stronger collaboration between the prestigious varsity and the city-based (NDA).

"I am proud that we have a very strong collaboration between JNU and and I wish you take this collaboration further as you are also alumni of JNU (cadets are awarded degrees by JNU)," he said while addressing the convocation ceremony of the 131st course as the chief guest.



"We want more interaction between JNU and and we would like you and your professors to come to JNU campus and form a strong alumni group and participate in all activities and vice versa," Kumar said.

A total of 274 cadets were conferred the degrees from JNU, including 95 cadets in science stream, 128 in computer science and 51 in social science stream. This includes four foreign cadets, a defence release said.

The chief guest was received by Air Marshal J S Kler, V M Commandant, NDA.

In his convocation address, Kumar also spoke about the importance of higher education and the challenges being faced in its implementation today.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt won the Commandant's Silver Medal and COAS Trophy presented by General K Sundarji, PVSM (Retd) for standing first in Science stream with highest FGPA (Final Grade Point Average), the release said.

Cadet Raghuvinder got the Commandant's Silver Medal and the Admiral's Trophy presented by Admiral Suresh Mehta, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, and Chief of the Naval Staff (Retd), for standing first in computer science stream with highest FGPA.

Battalion Cadet Captain S Chauhan bagged the Commandant's Silver Medal and the CAS Trophy presented by Air Chief Marshal N C Suri, PVSM, AVSM, VM (Retd) for standing first in Social Science Stream with highest FGPA.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt also bagged the Chief of Naval Staff Trophy presented by Admiral O S Dawson, PVSM, AVSM (Retd) for standing first amongst all the three streams.

During the ceremony a new trophy for the cadets of B-Tech course at was unveiled and was presented to Air Marshal JS Kler VM, Commandant, by Air Marshal A S Bhonsle, AVSM, VSM on behalf of the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC), Headquarters Integrated Defence Staff.

The trophy will be awarded to the cadet standing first in the order of merit in B-Tech stream, which commenced in with effect from June 2016. Rear Admiral S K Grewal, VSM Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor gave the vote of thanks for the occasion.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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JNU VC bats for stronger ties between JNU and NDA

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor, Dr M Jagadesh Kumar, today made a pitch for stronger collaboration between the prestigious varsity and the city-based National Defence Academy (NDA). "I am proud that we have a very strong collaboration between JNU and NDA and I wish you take this collaboration further as you are also alumni of JNU (NDA cadets are awarded degrees by JNU)," he said while addressing the convocation ceremony of the 131st NDA course as the chief guest. "We want more interaction between JNU and NDA and we would like you and your professors to come to JNU campus and form a strong alumni group and participate in all activities and vice versa," Kumar said. A total of 274 cadets were conferred the degrees from JNU, including 95 cadets in science stream, 128 in computer science and 51 in social science stream. This includes four foreign cadets, a defence release said. The chief guest was received by Air Marshal J S Kler, V M Commandant, NDA. In his ... Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor, Dr M Jagadesh Kumar, today made a pitch for stronger collaboration between the prestigious varsity and the city-based (NDA).

"I am proud that we have a very strong collaboration between JNU and and I wish you take this collaboration further as you are also alumni of JNU (cadets are awarded degrees by JNU)," he said while addressing the convocation ceremony of the 131st course as the chief guest.

"We want more interaction between JNU and and we would like you and your professors to come to JNU campus and form a strong alumni group and participate in all activities and vice versa," Kumar said.

A total of 274 cadets were conferred the degrees from JNU, including 95 cadets in science stream, 128 in computer science and 51 in social science stream. This includes four foreign cadets, a defence release said.

The chief guest was received by Air Marshal J S Kler, V M Commandant, NDA.

In his convocation address, Kumar also spoke about the importance of higher education and the challenges being faced in its implementation today.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt won the Commandant's Silver Medal and COAS Trophy presented by General K Sundarji, PVSM (Retd) for standing first in Science stream with highest FGPA (Final Grade Point Average), the release said.

Cadet Raghuvinder got the Commandant's Silver Medal and the Admiral's Trophy presented by Admiral Suresh Mehta, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, and Chief of the Naval Staff (Retd), for standing first in computer science stream with highest FGPA.

Battalion Cadet Captain S Chauhan bagged the Commandant's Silver Medal and the CAS Trophy presented by Air Chief Marshal N C Suri, PVSM, AVSM, VM (Retd) for standing first in Social Science Stream with highest FGPA.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt also bagged the Chief of Naval Staff Trophy presented by Admiral O S Dawson, PVSM, AVSM (Retd) for standing first amongst all the three streams.

During the ceremony a new trophy for the cadets of B-Tech course at was unveiled and was presented to Air Marshal JS Kler VM, Commandant, by Air Marshal A S Bhonsle, AVSM, VSM on behalf of the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC), Headquarters Integrated Defence Staff.

The trophy will be awarded to the cadet standing first in the order of merit in B-Tech stream, which commenced in with effect from June 2016. Rear Admiral S K Grewal, VSM Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor gave the vote of thanks for the occasion.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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JNU VC bats for stronger ties between JNU and NDA

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor, Dr M Jagadesh Kumar, today made a pitch for stronger collaboration between the prestigious varsity and the city-based (NDA).

"I am proud that we have a very strong collaboration between JNU and and I wish you take this collaboration further as you are also alumni of JNU (cadets are awarded degrees by JNU)," he said while addressing the convocation ceremony of the 131st course as the chief guest.

"We want more interaction between JNU and and we would like you and your professors to come to JNU campus and form a strong alumni group and participate in all activities and vice versa," Kumar said.

A total of 274 cadets were conferred the degrees from JNU, including 95 cadets in science stream, 128 in computer science and 51 in social science stream. This includes four foreign cadets, a defence release said.

The chief guest was received by Air Marshal J S Kler, V M Commandant, NDA.

In his convocation address, Kumar also spoke about the importance of higher education and the challenges being faced in its implementation today.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt won the Commandant's Silver Medal and COAS Trophy presented by General K Sundarji, PVSM (Retd) for standing first in Science stream with highest FGPA (Final Grade Point Average), the release said.

Cadet Raghuvinder got the Commandant's Silver Medal and the Admiral's Trophy presented by Admiral Suresh Mehta, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, and Chief of the Naval Staff (Retd), for standing first in computer science stream with highest FGPA.

Battalion Cadet Captain S Chauhan bagged the Commandant's Silver Medal and the CAS Trophy presented by Air Chief Marshal N C Suri, PVSM, AVSM, VM (Retd) for standing first in Social Science Stream with highest FGPA.

Squadron Cadet Captain A S Dhatt also bagged the Chief of Naval Staff Trophy presented by Admiral O S Dawson, PVSM, AVSM (Retd) for standing first amongst all the three streams.

During the ceremony a new trophy for the cadets of B-Tech course at was unveiled and was presented to Air Marshal JS Kler VM, Commandant, by Air Marshal A S Bhonsle, AVSM, VSM on behalf of the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC), Headquarters Integrated Defence Staff.

The trophy will be awarded to the cadet standing first in the order of merit in B-Tech stream, which commenced in with effect from June 2016. Rear Admiral S K Grewal, VSM Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor gave the vote of thanks for the occasion.

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