The Life Sciences Association inauguration was held on 5th July 2017 in the KE Auditorium, Block IV, Main Campus, Christ University. The event was graced by the presence of Dr Nirupa Bareja, the chief guest of the day, who is the Head of Operations, Vicus Therapeutics, a US based Biotech Company. The inauguration was marked by playing a short video about the Life Sciences Department and the events conducted by the department during the academic year of 2017-2018. It was followed by inviting the dignitaries on stage for lighting of the lamp where Dr Nirupa Bareja, Rev Fr Jobi Xavier, the HOD of Life Sciences and the CFO of Christ University and Dr Suma S, the Coordinator of the Life Sciences Association did the honors. The newly elected association members were introduced by Dr Suma S. The welcome address was delivered by Mr Amritanshu Das, Secretary of the Association, followed by an intellectual talk by the chief guest. The event concluded with the wonderful cultural programmes put up by undergraduate students. The vote of thanks was delivered by Ms Sheenu Wilson, the President of Life Science Association.
Thursday, 23 November 2017
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Report of Guest Lecture
Preparing the Next Decade: Contemporary Challenges in Global Politics
Prof. D Suba Chandran
The interactive session started with the lighting of the lamp and the choir seeking the blessings of the almighty. This was followed by the introduction of the guest speaker and acknowledging his renowned presence with all of us. And an opening speech by the head of the cluster Dr. Chaitanya Pradeep,He made us aware about why and what are the issues that we have come together to discuss.The guest lecture by Prof. D Suba Chandran Dean at the School of Conflict and Security Studies, National institute of Advanced studies(NIAS) titled “Preparing the Next Decade: Contemporary Challenges in Global Politics”was organized by Political Science and Historycluster of the BGR Campus on the 10th of Nov 2017 from 1:30-3:30pm in mini-auditorium. The lecture was an eye opener for the audience regarding the field of International Relations. His highly simplified language and an appreciative amount of interpersonal communication turned out to be a great motivation for the students to pursue the field