Jindal Global University celebrates its 11th anniversary | Jindal Global University celebrates its 11th anniversary

Digital Desk, New Delhi. OP Jindal Global University JGU celebrates its 11th anniversary through a virtual event, marking its eleven-year journey as a leading private institution in India. On 30 September 2009, O.P. The first academic session of Jindal Global University was launched, which is celebrated every year as University Day. At the start of the journey on September 30, 2009, there were more than 100 students, 10 faculty members and a school. Today, eleven years later, the JJU has 10 schools with more than 6,600 students, 725 full-time faculty members and more than 1000 employees.

In this virtual event, big veterans of the field of education made their presence, including Virender Singh Chauhan, President of NAAC, Joanna Newman, Chief Executive and General Secretary of Association of Commonwealth Universities, O.P. Jindal Global University Vice Chancellor C. Raj Kumar, Chancellor Advisor Sanjeev Sahni and Registrar Dabiru Sridhar Patnaik were included. An award ceremony was held to honor the achievements of the students, teachers and staff, whose contributions have elevated the JGU to the pinnacle of heights.

Presidential speech on the occasion of 11th University Day National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) President Virender S. Chauhan gave it. He said, the autonomy of a university is important in ensuring that it becomes an important place for critical thinking in the context of the creation of responsible young leaders. I applaud the JJU for carrying out its responsibilities towards the society.

Dr. Chauhan said, JJU has an impressive and hardworking faculty and on average it has started a new school every year, which is a remarkable achievement. University education frees you from things, you are given many options, you are made aware of your rights here and those of us who have had the privilege of studying in a good university, on the shoulder There is definitely some responsibility. Kovid-19 has revealed the protectionist policies of countries around the world, but the JGU’s pluralistic doctrine is an example of how universities should develop values ​​that promote brotherhood and globalism. The JJU has set an example which other universities will follow.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Newman said, the presence of challenges before the old and their own ideas makes university education more important and the skills to think on important things are developed at JJU. Students would get to learn many such things here.

He further said, a university like JJU promotes solutions to solve socioeconomic challenges and plays an important role in improving the country’s education ecosystem. Students of JJU understand things such as climate crisis, public health, poverty, starvation, so JJU is part of an important education ecosystem that aims to meet global challenges.

OP Jindal Global University founder Vice Chancellor C. Raj Kumar said at the ceremony, O.P. Jindal Global University has embarked on a mission to serve society and humanity and ensure that we prioritize society before ourselves. Students at JJU have developed an ability to think, enabling them to view global issues from many different perspectives, so that they can develop themselves as responsible citizens.

He further added, JGU’s year-on-year growth and recognition as a world-class university in India is a testament to the passion and commitment of the faculty, where students and their parents trust us and staff members Dedication and contribution is included.

Professor (Dr.) Raj Kumar also thanked the contribution of Naveenak and founder Chancellor Naveen Jindal, who helped ensure that the university serves as a center for academic autonomy and stability.

He said, Naveen Jindal took the initiative to build a world-class university in India, which had a very simple beginning. He ensured financial stability, operational autonomy and academic freedom to develop better thinking ability at the university and promote learning. Along with social work and own development, it was also emphasized that the university should be run in a non-profit manner. We deeply appreciate the contribution of Chancellor Jindal in building the institute.


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