Team Smile of CUSB spends time with Slum area kids

 

Team Smile, a group constituted by the students of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) paid a visit to the slum area near Anganwadi Kaler in the town of Gaya. A team of students under the supervision of faculty co-ordinator Dr. Pranav Kumar (Assistant Professor, Political Studies) dedicated the entire day for the children on the special occasion of Children’s Day, celebrated a week ago on the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

Adding further Dr. Kumar said that the team visited the slum area with the objective to enlighten the children about the dedication and effort to build India like our first Prime minister and a great freedom fighter Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The team talked about the importance of the day and we also organized some other activities like song, poem reciting competition and some games like Pitto, Race etc. At the end of the event team Smile distributed stationery item and some snacks, mentioned Dr. Kumar.

 The efforts made by Team Smile has been appreciated by the entire University fraternity. It should be noted that Team Smile has been working on child-education and related issues in the area close to University campus under the supervision of Dr. Pranav Kumar.

CUSB Media students get paid internship at NCRI


The media students of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) has got summer internship opportunities in various media organisations in Patna and national capital Delhi.  Two students of Centre for Mass Communication and Media (CMS) Aayush Anand and Vikas Kumar have got paid internship at the National Council of Rural Institutes (NCRI), a unit of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

At NCRI, the interns were given with the duty to conduct PRA of the village assigned by their mentor and utilize it for the area of their internship. Interns are also required to document submissions, field visits and make open presentation at the end of the period to the other students in the Department/University. They will also have to prepare a final project report after the completion of the internship. To conduct the internship, interns will also be paid with a financial support of Rs. 10,000/-p.m. for a maximum period of two months by NCRI.

Head of the CMS, Dr. Atish Prashar is supervising the said project and he opined that this internship will add new horizon to the paradigm of Centre. I appreciate the project initiative of department’s Assistant Professor, Dr. Anindya Deb for grabbing this opportunity for the students. Our department is looking forward to work more extensively in similar projects related to rural development in collaboration with NCRI in the days to come, mentioned Dr. Prashar. 

 

CUSB Environmental Sciences Head Dr. P.P. Sarthi receives project on Cyclonic Storm


To study the cyclonic disturbances over the Bay of Bengal under climate change, Dr. Pradhan Parth Sarthi, Head, Centre for Environmental Sciences, Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) has received a major research project funding under Climate Modelling Network Programme of Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt of India. This is the second research project of Dr. Sarthi under this programme. Earlier, this programme was initiated by DST in 2012 and selected seven researchers were selected as Climate Modelling experts, Dr. Prath Sarthi was one of them.  

Providing more details Dr. Sarthi said that under this project, intensity, frequency, wind speed and rainfall of cyclonic disturbances will be studied for past time periods as well as under climate change using sophisticated mathematical models at high speed computer at CUSB, Patna. Such study is important to take crucial decision on disaster and drought conditions during non-monsoon and monsoon seasons over Bihar and Jharkhand. For this purpose, CUSB is collaborated with Cyclone Warning Division of India Meteorological Department (IMD), New Delhi. Such study may be utilized by Department of Disasters, Govt of Bihar.

Dr. Sarthi briefed that in India, Cyclonic Storms generally form during non-monsoon seasons over oceanic surfaces of the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea and move towards Indian land mass. Whenever such cyclonic storms form over Bay of Bengal, it moves towards north westerly direction and enters inland areas of Bihar through Jharkhand. The cloudy weather associated with cyclonic storm produces wide spread rainfall over Bihar region and moderate to high wind normally uprooted kachha houses, electricity and telephone poles and brings communication failure. Therefore cyclonic storm is important for Bihar region. The cyclonic disturbances over the Bay of Bengal during for the period of 1891-2008 have already showed a significant decreasing trend. Cyclonic Storms of lower intensity, known as Monsoon Depression, forms during Summer Monsoon Season over Bay of Bengal. Such depressions are of horizontal diameter of ~ 2000 km and after formation over the northern Bay of Bengal move north westward across the Indo-Gangetic plains, bringing good amount of rainfall over eastern states including Bihar and Jharkhand during summer monsoon season and compensate the deficit of summer monsoon rainfall over this region. Dr. Parth Sarthi told that trends in depression during 1979-2012 have considerably decreased. 

 

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