International Students’ Affairs & Linkages Cell (ISAL Cell) of School of Business Studies, Sharda University (SU), is having immense pleasure to share a proud moment that two of its students namely – Mr. Emran Sharifi (BBA, 2nd Semester, Syst ID-2018003995) and Ms. Era Poudel (BBA, 2nd Semester, Syst ID-2018013127 ) have recently joined University of Almeria (UAL), Spain under Sharda University’s Student Exchange Programme for a Semester (Sept 2019 – Feb 2020).
Mr. Sharifi and Ms. Poudel are the first students from Afghanistan and Nepal respectively to study at UAL. It is the first time in its history that the University of Almería welcomes students of these nationalities through the Erasmus program.
The general purpose of the Student Exchange Program is to promote international educational and cultural exchange to develop mutual understanding between the people of the different countries.
Objective of Event:
Following are the objectives of the Student Exchange Programme.
- International learning and knowledge propel students towards acceptance and understanding of an array of different cultural and community perspectives.
- Language acquisition is achieved through practical immersion.
- Awareness and adoption of alternative, multi-faceted approaches to learning.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Enhanced interest in global issues as well as a broader general knowledge.
- Self-development and awareness leading to enhanced self-confidence and self-esteem. This is often the most noticeable change in returned exchange students.
- Maturity and social poise fueled by the necessity to confront challenges outside a familiar support network and comfort zone.
- Integration into another family as well as the development of life-long friendships, fostering an appreciation of home and family.
- A tremendous sense of accomplishment upon completion encourages students to develop independent opinions, make informed decisions and strive to attain fresh goals.
- Prof. Gaurav Gupta, 8527061614, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Roopali Fulzele, 9582425298, email@example.com
School of Business Studies, Sharda University in collaboration with NGO – ‘GOONJ’ is organizing a Collection Drive from October 10-31, 2019 for participating in ‘JOY OF GIVING WEEK’.
You can share the joy by contributing/giving away your old or discarded household materials such as old clothes, shoes, books, utensils, bed sheets or any other usable household article or any new item such as hygiene products, candles, lanterns, sanitary products.
Dil Ki Suno ..Kuch Karo!
Please make sure that the article/material contributed should be in such condition that it can be used by the people in need. It is also important to properly pack the materials in a bag and tag them. The items can be placed in the cartons kept in the area of Assistant Registrar office, SBS (Ground Floor) on the assigned days, during lunch time (12.25-1.20 PM) and then post classes.
Diwali is around the corner and most of us would be getting into the annual house-cleaning, just think before you throw that old stuff, it can be of use to someone in need!
You may reach out to the Student Coordinators for any queries or visit the website. https://goonj.org
- Dr. Parul Saxena, 9873777356, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mr. Rohan Kumar, 9430443979, email@example.com
The Cultural Activities Club of School of Business Studies, Sharda University is organizing a cross cultural activity “REJOICE 3D (DISH, DRESS & DANCE)“ on 16th October 2019 in the Auditorium of Block-07, Sharda University.
We know well, that culture is not determined by geographical or political demarcations. Cultural variables showcase a kind of group culture phenomenon.This activity intends to promote enduring & dynamic cross cultural cordiality with ethnic diversity.
The participants will showcase their cultural ethnicity & richness through Dress, Dish & Dance of their country. Indian Students are required to present the cultural richness of their respective states.
Each activity will be given I, II & III prizes separately. Further, There will be an overall CASH PRIZE for the topper team. Certificate of Appreciation will be awarded to all the participants.
Interested students may please contact the Coordinators for further details regarding participation & registration.
The event intends to:
- Promote enduring & dynamic cross cultural cordiality with diverse ethnic unity
- Help the student form a clearer understanding and appreciation of another culture, increase ability,
- Conceptually relate their own culture to another culture and its complexity and diversity.
The Cultural Activities Club of School of Business Studies, Sharda University is organising a Rangoli Making Competition on 23rd October 2019 in Block-07, Sharda University.
Rangoli is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. Designs are passed from one generation to the next, keeping both the art form and the tradition alive. Design depictions may also vary as they reflect traditions, folklore, and practices that are unique to each area. Generally this art is showcased during occasions such as festivals, auspicious observances, marriage, celebrations and other similar milestones and gatherings in the Indian subcontinent. Rangoli & Thali decoration is used to “enlighten “ or to welcome and it is thought to bring good luck.
Judging Criteria: Judging will be based on the following Criteria-
- Overall Appearance and appeal
- Details and Clarity in Rangoli making
- Color combination
- Creativity, New ideas
- First Three winners will we awarded prize.
- Consolation prizes also will be awarded as Token of Appreciation.
- Certificate of Appreciation will be given to all the participants.
Rules and Regulations:
- Rangoli design should not exceed the size of 3 ft x 3 ft
- A group may have not more than three participants.
- Rangoli making duration is from 12PM. to 3PM. Rangoli design should be completed ready for judging by 3 p.m
- Participants need to bring all the required materials for Rangoli making themselves.
- Participants may use rangoli colours, colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals etc.
Event Conveners :
- Dr.Madhu Sharma
- Ms.Nauma Rafique
- Dr Himanshi Puri
- Dr Richa Pandey