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RURAL MEGA MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AWARENESS PROGRAM @ 01/23-Girdharpur village, 21/01/23-Rauni village, 23/01/23-Kulipura village, 24/01/23-Ghanghola village, 25/01/23-Patlakheda village, 27/01/23-Cheersi village, 30/01/23-Inayatpur village, 31/01/23-Panchayatan village
Jan 20 – Jan 31 all-day

Sharda School of Nursing Science & Research Organizing a “Rural Mega Menstrual Hygiene Awareness program” in collaboration with an NGO (Niine Foundation) in selected community areas of Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

Menstrual health was left off the agendas of both the Millennium Declaration and the International Conference on Population and Development. It is not explicitly stated in either the Sustainable Development Goals 3 (health), 5 (gender equality), or 6 (climate change) (water and sanitation). To draw attention to reports of women’s and girls’ experiences of shame and embarrassment, as well as the challenges they face in managing their periods because they lack the resources to do so, grassroots workers and activists from the global South have brought it up on the global health, education, human rights, and gender equality/equity agendas.

Globally, approximately 130 million girls are out of school, according to UNESCO. And while there are many reasons for this, periods and a lack of sanitation, hygiene, and menstrual health play a major role, as girls from resource-poor environments attribute frequent school absences to difficulties managing their menstruation, with absenteeism being associated with lack of privacy and limited availability of water and sanitation facilities at schools.

Lack of knowledge and poor personal hygiene practices during menstruation can result in a variety of gynecological issues in girls’ reproductive lives. Girls must have access to water and sanitation to manage menstruation hygienically and with dignity. They require a private area to change their sanitary cloths or pads, as well as clean water and soap for washing their hands, bodies, and reusable cloths, as well as facilities for safely disposing of used materials or a clean place to dry them if they are reusable. There is also a need for men and women to be more aware of good menstrual hygiene practices. Menstruation is a natural process, but it is taboo in most parts of the world and rarely discussed.

Despite various government schemes to promote menstrual hygiene during menstruation in rural areas by providing subsidized sanitary napkins, data from the most recent round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-5) indicate that the use of hygienic methods during menstruation is still lower in rural areas than in urban areas.

Learning about hygiene during menstruation is a vital aspect of health education for adolescent girls as patterns that are developed in adolescence are likely to persist into adult life.

Objectives of the Event:

  • To educate adolescent girls about menstruation hygiene and personal care during menstruation.
  • To distribute sanitary napkins to all females while also teaching them how to maintain hygiene during the menstrual cycle, using “wing.”
  • To increase knowledge regarding the use of hygienic methods during menstruation among adolescent women in rural areas.
  • To ensure safe disposal of Sanitary Napkins in an environmentally friendly manner.
  • To increase access to and use of high-quality sanitary napkins for adolescent girls in rural areas.
Convener Details:

Co-Convener Details:

  • Dr. Uppu Parveen, Associate Professor cum HOD Community Health Nursing Department, SSNSR, Sharda University, 7204286978,

Co-Ordinator Details:

Jan 30 @ 11:00 am – Feb 1 @ 12:00 pm

Fire safety is one of the most important considerations for any employer, school, college or university, mall, theatre or management personnel. Fire dangers are the most hazardous of all because, if a fire breaks out in a building, it will not only destroy that portion but quickly spreads, possibly resulting in death. Though few fire incidents are avoidable and predicted early, the majority are not. Thousands of people are killed or seriously injured every year as a result of fire hazards. Whether it’s an organization or a residence, a group of individuals or a single person, if fire disasters occur at a very serious level, the consequences will be disastrous. Cooking appliances, cigarettes, unmaintained cylinder tubes, and non-maintenance of fire-prone places, among other things, are all likely to cause major house mishaps. People need to be aware of fire- fighting devices and how to use them, as well as evacuation procedures, in order to avoid or protect themselves from flames.

Objectives of the Event:

  • To safeguard students and employees.
  • To keep organizations free from hazards
  • To increase productivity
  • To protect property
  • To comply with fire safety laws and regulations
  • To add value to the organization.

Convener Details:

  • Prof. R.SreeRaja Kumar, 9646531203, Professor, Associate Dean, SSNSR,, Sharda University

Co-Ordinator Details:


  • Mr. Ajay Dahiya, Fire and Safety Officer, Sharda University
Program Details:

Date:  30th January to 1st February 2023
Time:  11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Venue: SSNSR, BLOCK 4, Sharda University.

Feb 1 @ 10:00 am – Mar 31 @ 4:00 pm

India under the G20 presidency has called for a focus on inclusive agenda keeping the vulnerable citizens in mind. The skill development project- Financial Literacy undertaken by Sharda School of Business Studies (SSBS) embodies the same spirit and seeks to spread financial literacy among the under privileged communities. The knowledge of how to spend, save and borrow, how to invest and accumulate wealth etc are skill sets that needs to be developed among them so as to empower them to make smart and effective financial decisions as well as protect their consumer rights.

This Skill Development Project on Financial Literacy for the underprivileged communities would be undertaken during the period of February -March 2023.

The objective of the project are to enable underprivileged communities:

  1. To make appropriate financial decisions about investing, saving, managing debts, child education etc.
  2. To educate them about the use of financial principles as a key to breaking the cycles of debt
  3. To acquire Life skills alongside financial principles: How to access banking services, repay loans responsibly, and planning skills, such as how to create investment and savings plans for their families.

  • Dr. Jayanthi Ranjan (Dean-SSBS)


Project In-charge:

Feb 1 @ 11:00 am – Feb 2 @ 12:00 pm

Sharda School of Nursing science and research is organizing a SEMINAR on POSH act and VISHAKA Guidelines on 1st and 2nd February 2023. Women comprise almost fifty percent of the population of India and are now seen to be working in almost all sectors and areas. There is a presence of women in the jobs and areas which were earlier considered to be exclusively reserved for men, and women never dared to choose such areas as their profession.
The Vishaka guidelines were a set of guidelines that were intended to protect women in the workplace. These were instituted by the Supreme Court of India in the year 1997. These are procedural in nature and state the method that is to be followed while dealing with cases related to the sexual harassment of women.

The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (“POSH Act“) was enacted as comprehensive legislation to provide a safe, secure and enabling environment, free from sexual harassment to every woman. The Act propelled India to a select league of nations that have outlawed workplace sexual harassment through national legislation. The Act, along with the Rules (collectively, the POSH Law), aims to foster a safe and secure environment for women by preventing, prohibiting, and redressing instances of sexual harassment at workplaces in India.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Gurgaon | February 2nd, 2023 @ Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Gurgaon
Feb 2 @ 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Sultanpur National Park & Bird Sanctuary is in Gurgaon district of Haryana, 46 kms. from Delhi and 15 kms. from Gurgaon on Farukh Nagar Road. It has been given the status of ‘Ramsar site’ of India in 2021 and is one of the important destinations where migratory birds flock during winters and one of the important wetlands in the Aravali region. The birds which can often be seen in winter are Stork Crane, Flamingo, Ruff, Greenshank, Northern Pintail, Wagtail, Northern Shovel, Spot-billed Pelican, etc.
The primary aim is to sensitise students about the environment and promote its conservation. It is an opportunity for youngsters to observe the rich flora and fauna in the sanctuary and to participate in World wetland Day. The field trip will provide a vivid experience to the students to know environmental importance of the wetlands. They will also have an opportunity of integrated study of Geography and ecological systems (aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem).

The objective of Events:

  • To Celebrate the World Wetland Day which is celebrated on 2nd February of every year.
    To witness the migration of birds coming from the colder regions
    To understand the ecological aspects of the wetlands
    To instill the values of ecological conservation of the habitats.

Converner Details:

  • Dr. Pragya Tiwari Gupta-
  • Prof. Nutan Tyagi Madam- 9795337591-

Co-orodinator Details:

  • Dr. Vipin Solanki 9351207145,




Sharda School of Law is organizing a Quiz Competition- ‘MIND MARTIANS’ on Thursday, 02nd February, 2023 @ 402, Seminar Hall, Sharda School of Law, Block-7
Feb 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Sharda School of Law is organizing a Quiz Competition- ‘MIND MARTIANS’ on Thursday, 2nd February 2023.

Objectives of the Event:

  • To generate awareness about events around the world.
  • To test the knowledge of students related to current affairs.
  • To enhance their learning and general development.
  • To recall information about the day-to-day happening of the events.

Who can participate?

  • Any UG, PG student, or Ph.d. Research Scholar of Sharda University can participate.


Themes of the Quiz:

(a) Screening Round

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs
  • Entertainment
  • Sports
  • ICT
  • English Vocabulary
  • Legal

(b) Second

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs
  • Entertainment
  • Sports
  • ICT
  • English Vocabulary
  • Legal
  • Environment
  • Reasoning
  • International Affairs

(c) Buzzer Round

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs
  • Entertainment
  • Sports
  • ICT
  • Legal
  • Environment
  • International Affairs
  • Indian Polity

Team Composition:

  1. Minimum 1 student or a team of 2 students are eligible.

Details about the quiz:

Quiz will be conducted in three rounds- warm up round/ screening round, second round and buzzer round.
Top 10 teams will qualify for the second round. Top 5 teams will qualify for the Buzzer Round. Top 3 Winners will be announced on the basis of buzzer round.
In case of tie, winner be decided on the basis of total scores of all the rounds. Decision of the Organizing Team will be final.

Question Pattern:

  • 25 Questions in Screening Round (20 minutes)
  • 20 Questions in Second Round (15 minutes)
  • 15 Questions in Buzzer Round

General Rules:

  1. The decision of the quiz-master will be final and will not be subject to any change.
  2. The participants shall not be allowed to use mobile or other electronic instruments.
  3. The questions shall be in the form of multiple choice, True / False statement. Specific-answer question in Buzzer round.
  4. Audience shall not give any hints or clues to the competitors.
  5. Teams selected for the stage rounds will be allowed to give themselves an appropriate name related to the competition by which they may want to be known.
  6. Each round will have its own special rules which will be proclaimed on the spot.
  7. Prior registration is mandatory to participate in quiz. (Registration fee is Rs. 50 per team).

Cash Prizes and Trophies:

  • Rs 1500 for 1st Winner
  • Rs 1000 for 2nd Winner
  • Rs 500 for 3rd Winner

Registration Link:

Program Details:

Date: Thursday, 2nd February 2023
Time: 01.30 pm – 4.30 pm
Venue: 402, Seminar Hall, Sharda School of Law, Block-7.

Webinar on AFCAT Prelims Prep Training | 2nd February, 7pm
Feb 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sharda Skills invites you to join a Webinar on AFCAT Prelims Prep Training Please Register Yourself by Clicking on the Registration Link Below.

Registration Link –

Key Takeaways: 

  • Section A: Numerical Ability & Reasoning
  • Section B: Military Aptitude Test ( MAT )
  • Section C: Verbal Ability
  • Section D: General Awareness

Talk to us for a Shining Career Opportunity in the Forces!

Program Coordinator : 

  • Mr. Amit Kedia | Sharda Skills | 9773607542

Speaker Host:  

  • Mr. Amit Bharadwaj | Trainer – Sharda Skills

Convener Details: 

  • Mr. Dheeraj Sharma – Director | Sharda Skills

Date:  2nd February | Friday
Time: 7 pm

Feb 3 – Feb 4 all-day

IPR Cell/RDC, together with Sharda Launchpad Federation, is organizing a Conference on “Grassroot Innovations to Industry 4.0 Technologies: Identification, Protection & Commercialization” during 03-04 February 2023 at Sharda University in physical mode, with the support of DRDO, for the benefit of students, faculty members of Sharda University. The individual themes and topics of the proposed Conference have been carefully crafted with resource persons of eminence from government, policy makers, academia, patent attorney firms suitably selected for deliberations.

Objectives of the Event:

  • Faculty, researchers, students, particularly newly recruited faculty are made aware of latest developments in the area of IPR so that they remain in tune with major policy frameworks of national innovation ecosystem.
  • To help faculty members and students to understand intricacies of legally protecting Industry 4.0 technologies as well as grassroot innovations
  • To help participants in understanding the importance of university research for industry
  • To bridge the gap between academic research and industry
  • Better understanding of protecting copyright, trademarks and domain names in the medium of internet





1. Dr. Pradeep Srivastava, ED, TIFAC, DST
Inaugural Address
2. Dr. Sibaram Khara Vice-Chancellor, Sharda University
Special Address
3. Dr. Shiv Kumar, Sc ‘G’ & Director ER & IPR, DRDO HQ
Special Talk
4. Shri R Saha, Senior Advisor CII & Former Advisor DST
Topic: Industry 4.0 Technologies:  Emerging Landscape of IP Protection
5. Dr. KS Kardam, Former Sr Joint Controller & Head Patent Office, New Delhi Branch.
Topic: Legally Protecting Emerging Technologies: Challenges for IP Offices
6. Dr. Yashawant D Panwar, Head, PFC, TIFAC, DST
Topic: Standard & Essential Patents (SEP): Opportunity for Indian IT Industry
7. Dr. Ajay Garg, Former Senior Director, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), New Delhi
Topic: Industry 4.0 Technologies: Policy Formulations and Roadmap
8. Mr. Satish Kumar Assistant Director, Ministry of MSME, Government of India, New Delhi
Topic: Atmanirbhar Bharat & Intellectual Property Rights: Role of Ministry of MSME
9. Dr. Bhuvnesh Kumar, Dean Research & Distinguished Professor, Sharda University
Topic: Government Initiatives for Promoting Innovations
10. Dr. BK Sahu, Reginal Manager NRDC IPFC & WIPO TISC Innovation Valley, Visakhapatnam.
Topic: NRDC Schemes for Technology Licensing & Commercialization
11. Shri Radhey Lal, Joint Director, Council of Science & Technology, UP, Lucknow
Topic: State Government of Uttar Pradesh Schemes for Promoting Innovations.
12. Mr. Hiroki Watanabe, Japan External Trade Office (JETRO), New Delhi.
Topic: Protecting Innovations in Collaborations Through Patent.
13. Mr. Tarun Khurana, Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys, Greater Noida.
Topic: Determining Novelty, Inventiveness and Utility of an Invention
14. Dr. Nidhi Sandal Sc ‘F’, INMAS, DRDO, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi
Topic: Conducting Patent Search for Identifying State-of-the-Art
15. Dr Sanjeev Saxena, Former ADG(IPR), ICAR, New Delhi.
Topic: Grassroot Innovations
16. Mr. Tushar Garg, Senior Scientist & Public Information Officer, National Innovation Foundation, Ahmedabad.
Topic: Grassroot Innovations: Perspective from National Innovation Foundation.
17. Shri Chinnaraja G Naidu, Deputy Registrar of Trade Marks & GI, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, New Delhi.
Topic: Grassroot Innovations & Geographical Indications: Indian Experience
18. Shri. Rodney D. Ryder, Founding Partner, Scriboard, New Delhi.
Topic: Protecting Trade Marks, Domain Names, Trade Dress: Relevance for Grassroot Innovations.

Program Details:

Date:  3rd- 4th February 2023
Venue: APJ Abdul Kalam Auditorium, Room No. 005 Block 3, Sharda University.

Sharda School of Nursing Science &Research (SSNSR), Sharda University is organizing CNE for Staff Nurses in the Sharda Hospital on the topic “NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT” @ 4th-floor, C block(Training room), Sharda hospital
Feb 3 all-day

A neurological examination is a systematic process that includes a variety of tests and observations. The purpose of neurological examination is to determine the presence or absence of disease in the nervous system. Nurses plays a major role in examining the neurological and physical status of the patient as a part of the total physical assessment.

Resuming GATE Preparatory Classes by Dept of CSE – SET from 15 Sept 2018 (Every Saturday) @ Room Number -207 Block-I
Feb 3 @ 4:00 am

To strengthen the technical skills of the students, Department of CSE, School of Engineering & Technology (SET) has taken an initiative to train and prepare the student for GATE Examination on every Saturday’s(including non-working).

Through GATE students will get a chance in PSU’s as well as pursuing a higher degree from the renowned institution of India (IIT’s, NIT’s etc).

Apart from it the students who levy to work in product based companies, it will help them in their technical interviews.


  • Prof.Parma Nand(Dean-SET),
  • Dr.Nitin Rakesh(HOD-CSE)


  1.  Mr.Amit Kumar Upadhyay,

Gate Poster

5th Tecnovation Hackathon @ Anand Swaroop Auditorium (Block 045)
Feb 3 @ 9:00 am – Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm

Sharda School of Engineering & Technology is organizing 5th Tecnovation Hackathon on 3rd to 4th Feb, 2023. It is a technical event for the students. In this events student will work on different themes & work to prepare a proposed solution.

Data Analytics using R Programming @ Seminar Hall 202, Block-7, SSBS
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – Feb 4 @ 3:00 pm

Sharda School of Business Studies is organizing a workshop on Data Analytics using R Programming.

R is the most popular language in the world of Data Science. It is heavily used in analyzing data that is both structured and unstructured. This has made R, the standard language for performing statistical operations. R allows various features that set it apart from other Data Science languages.

Conventionally, R was mostly used in academia but with the emergence of Data Science, the need for R in the industries became evident.

It is used in almost every industry, ranging from finance, banking to medicine and manufacturing. R is used for portfolio management, risk analytics in finance and banking industries.

R is also used to implement various statistical measures to optimize industrial processes.

Department of Physics, SSBSR, is organizing events on Learning tool for the characterization and fabricating of the devices (Perovskite Functional Materials for future applications) @ CSRE, Room No. 120 Block-1, Sharda University
Feb 3 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Department of Physics, Sharda School of Basic Sciences & Research (SSBR) is organizing a learning tool for the characterization and fabricating of devices for the development of young minds and students.

Objectives of the Event:

  • Faculty, researchers, students, and young minds will learn the characterization tools and techniques for designing Perovskite materials-based devices. They will acknowledge the innovative skill in instrumentation design.
  • To help faculty members and students to understand the safety and handling of the equipment.
  • To help the participants in understanding the importance of university research at the industrial level.
  • To bridge the gap between academic research and industries.
  • A better understanding of writing research articles and proposal project grants.

Advisor: Dr. Shyamal Kumar Banerjee Dean, SSBSR

Prof. Pramod Kumar Singh Head, Department of Physics (SSBSR) Sharda University


  • Dr. Pankaj Kumar TRIPATHI Assistant Professor (SBSR)
  • Dr. Anoop Kumar Mukhopadhyay


Dr. Dev K. Mahato Associate Prof. & Head, Department of Physics National Institute of Technology Patna, Patna – 800 005, Bihar, India

World Cancer Day celebration | 4th Feb 2023 @ Platform: Google Meet
Feb 4 @ 9:45 am – 12:00 pm

Dear All,

The Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR is organizing an online Cancer Awareness Event on World Cancer Day, February 4th , 2023.

Objectives of the event:

  • To provide awareness and education about cancer and how to manage it.
  • To understand the role of Autophagy in cancer and its therapeutic implications.


  • Professor Dr. Sher Ali Ph.D., FNA, FASc, FNASc, FSASc, MIABS JC Bose National Fellow, DST Av-Humboldt Fellow, Germany UNESCO TWAS FELLOW Distinguished Professor VC Office, Era University, Lucknow-3
  • Dr. Gaurav Sharma Research Scientist, Department of Urology, the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, 75235, USA


  • Professor Dr. P.K. Paul, HOD, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR

Organizing Secretaries:

  • Dr. Nupur, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR
  • Dr. Kanu Priya, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR
  • Dr. Mohini Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR

Convener Details

  • Professor Dr. P.K. Paul, HOD, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR

Co-Ordinator Details

  • Dr. Nupur, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR
  • Dr. Kanu Priya, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR
  • Dr. Mohini Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences, SSBSR
Program Details:
Date: Friday, February 4th, 2023
Time: 09:45 am – 11.30 am
Mode: Online
Platform: Google Meet
Meeting Link:
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, SSBSR, Sharda University is organizing a “Virtual Alumni Meet” on 4th February 2023 @ Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, SBSR
Feb 4 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Sharda School of Basic Sciences and Research, Sharda University is organizing a “Virtual Alumni Meet” on 4th February 2023.

 Objectives of the Event:

  • To strengthen the bonds between the Department and alumni association.
  • To bridge the gap between the students of various years and Alumni.
  • To discuss collaboration strategies such as students’ skill development through conducting practical workshops and sharing knowledge.
  • To provide guidance to the present students in their endeavour for better employment and higher studies.
  • To promote campus placements through the old students working in reputed industries in India and abroad.

 Advisor: Prof.Shyamal Kumar Banerjee, Dean, SSBSR, Email:

Convener: Dr. Anupam Agarwal, Associate Professor and HOD, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, SSBSR, Email:

Organizing Secretary: 

  • Dr. Vivek Srivastava, Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, SSBSR, Email:
  • Dr. Noopur Srivastava, Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, SSBSR, Email:

Google meet Link:

Program Details:

Date: 4th February 2023
Time: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM