In conversation with An interview with Prof. Sudha Bhattacharya, Dean Wafa


Download 114.1 Kb.
Date conversion05.02.2017
Size114.1 Kb.
  1   2   3   4

A University stands for humanism. For tolerance, for reason, for the adventure of ideas and for the search of truth. It stands for the onward march of the human race towards ever higher objectives. If the Universities discharge their duties adequately, then it is well with the Nation and the People.

The symbol is a graphic statement which stands for international academic exchange and onwards search of knowledge for the betterment of human being.

The overlapping circular segments of the design denote global interaction, creating a flame emitting enlightenment, this flame emerges out of the traditional Indian 'diya' (lamp)-a source of Light, Understanding and Brotherhood.

The design is also representative of the rose-bud closely associated with the name of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru.

JNU News is a bimonthly journal of Jawaharlal Nehru University. It serves to bridge the information gap and tries to initiate constant dialogue between various consitituents of the University community as well as with the rest of the academic world. Views expressed are those of the contributors and not necessarily of JNU News. All articles and reports published in it may be freely reproduced with acknowledgment.

In conversation with…..

An interview with Prof. Sudha Bhattacharya, Dean

Wafa: When and how did your association with JNU begin? What were your first impressions about this University?

Prof. Bhattacharya: When the School of Life Sciences admitted its first batch of M.Phil./Ph.D. students in 1972, I was doing my M.Sc. in the Dept. of Biochemistry at I.A.R.I. (Pusa Institute). Those days, the subject of Molecular Biology was the rage – being the most rapidly developing area of Biology world wide. In India much of Biology was still traditonal, and moleculer biology was in a fledgling state. In New Delhi it was being practised only in a couple of Institutes like the Biochemistry Departments at AIIMS and Pusa. In this backdrop, the SLS at JNU burst on the scene with bright young professors – some of whom initiated serious research in molecular biology. Since I was an eager student of the subject, that's how my first association with JNU began. We used to come to JNU to attend lectures from visiting scientists, and got to interact with the SLS students and faculty – who, in turn, used to visit our lab to use some of our facilities. So there was frequent professional interaction.

My first impression of JNU was extremely positive. JNU was what may be termed, a 'happening' place. It had the energy of youth tempered by the wisdom of bright faculty. It did not carry the burden of tradition and felt like a fertile breeding ground for great, new ideas.

Wafa: How would you describe your experience at JNU so far?

Prof. Bhattacharya: As nothing is perfect in this world, alas! JNU too has its lows. However, having spent the best part of my professional life here, I cannot but feel grateful to JNU for providing me with the intellectual space and freedom to pursue my research goals.

Wafa: You have studied at various universities during your bachelors, masters and so on, and have worked with many prestigious organizations before joining JNU. How would you describe the JNU academic culture in contrast with the other universities and institutes you've been to?

Prof. Bhattacharya: JNU is certainly one of the best Universities in India. There is no reason why it should not aspire to be one of the best in the world. To constantly improve we must be self critical – almost brutally so. We must not lose our youthful vitality like an ageing organism inching towards inevitable death. Rather JNU should be like a flowering tree with a sturdy stem (its faculty) nourishing the annual sprouting of fresh new blossoms (its students).

Wafa: What are your goals as the Dean of SES? Anything in particular that you want to achieve as far as the School is concerned?

Prof. Bhattacharya: I would like SES to be more ambitious in its academic pursuits. My effort is to encourage collaborative projects that address societal issues along with the science. Another endeavour is to engage SES students and faculty to restore some of the lost water bodies in the JNU forest.

Wafa: Which aspect of JNU did you love the most from when you joined? Any particular memories that you would like to share?

Prof. Bhattacharya: The youthful exuberance of JNU when it first started was very charming indeed. The faculty-student relationship had a healthy informality – in stark contrast to the situation today when junior students address their seniors as 'Sir'! A pleasant memory that comes to mind is of an evening when we were sipping tea with SLS friends outside the canteen at the corner of Computer Science building, with the discussion being on 'free love' while the setting sun imparted a serene glow on the bare JNU rocks.

Wafa: What message would you like to give to the present JNU student community?

Prof. Bhattacharya: Develop a passion for your research subject; otherwise it becomes a burdensome pursuit. Academics is a truly great profession, but to get returns you must invest with dedication and honesty.


New Chairperson

  • Prof. P.A. George as Chairperson, Centre for Japanese, Korean & North East Asian Studies, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies


  • Sh. Yashwant Singh as Officer on Special Duty

  • Sh. Jitendra Kumar Tripathi as Deputy Registrar

  • Mrs. Uma Rani Sharma as Semi Professional Assistant

  • Sh. Suraj Prakash as Security Assistant

  • Sh. M. Narender Pavan as Systems Analyst


  • Prof. Santosh K. Kar, School of Biotechnology

  • Prof. K.C. Upadhyaya, School of Life Sciences

  • Prof. Rajiv K. Saxena, School of Life Sciences

  • Sh. A.K. Kapoor, Section Officer, Finance & Accounts Department

  • Sh. V. Thampy, Section Officer, Finance & Accounts Department

  • Sh. P.S. Rajagopalan, Private Secretary, Office of Co-ordinator (Eval.)

  • Sh. A.K. Bakshi, Senior Technical Assistant, USIC

  • Smt. Maya Jain, Assistant, Finance and Accounts Department

  • Sh. Ashok Kumar, Driver

  • Sh. Hari Kumar B, Helper Mess, Kaveri Hostel

  • Sh. Ramu, Security Guard, Security Branch

  • Smt. Shanti Devi, Office Attendant, Central Library

On 10 May 2011, Mr. Sandeep Chatterjee assumed the Office of Registrar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Mr. Chatterjee received an M.Sc. degree in Physics from the Agra University, Agra (U.P.) and has more than 18 years of work experience in administration. In his academic and administrative facilitation role, he served in an IIT for ten years, and has also worked in other premier academic and research institutions. His past assignments include:

  • Registrar at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

  • Deputy Registrar at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

  • Under Secretary at Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Headquarters, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi

  • Senior Administrative Officer and Administrative Officer at Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Institutes, under all India combined cadre service of Administrative Officers and Finance and Accounts Officers.

Mr. Rakesh Kumar Verma joined as Finance Officer, JNU on 19 May,2011. Sh. Verma graduated in History (Hons) from Delhi University in 1978, and did his M.A. in History from Delhi University in 1980 and taught in different colleges of Delhi University from 1980 to 1983 when he joined the Indian Audit and Accounts Service. He also did M.Sc in Development Studies form the University of East Anglia in UK in 1994-95. As an officer of the Indian Audit and Accounts Service he has served in various capacities as Assistant Accountant General in Bihar, Director of Audit (Air Force) in Dehradun and Senior Deputy Accountant General in Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan. He also worked in Government of India as Deputy Secretary in the Department of Fertilizers and the Department of Women and Child Development. He was promoted as Accountant General in 1999 and worked as Accountant General in Kerala and Bihar. In 2009 he was promoted as Principal Accountant General, Jharkhand, where he worked till May, 2011.

Members of the House Allotment Committee (HAC)

  • Prof. Bharat H. Desai, Centre for International Legal Studies/SIS

  • Dr. Bhupinder Zutshi, Centre for the Study of Regional Development/SSS

  • Shri Shankar Dhar, Deputy Finance Officer

Members of the Campus Development Committee (CDC)

  • Prof. K.P. Vijayalakshmi, CC, US&LAS/SIS Chairperson

  • Dr. Devender Kumar Choubey, CIL/SLL&CS Member

  • Dr. Milap Chand Punia, CSRD/SSS Member

  • Dr. Atul Kumar Johri, SLS Member

  • Incharge, Engg. Department Member

  • Chief Medical Officer, Health Centre Member

  • Assistant Registrar (Legal Cell) Member

  • Chief Security Officer, Security Department Member

  • One Representative from each: JNUTA, JNUSA & JNUOA Member

  • D. R./A.R. (Estate) Member Secretary


  • Professor R. Ramaswamy, School of Physical Sciences, has been appointed as the Vice-Chancellor of University of Hyderabad, for a period of five years.

  • Prof. Rajendra K. Jain, Centre for European Studies, School of International Studies, has been awarded the Jean Monnet Chair- the first and only one in India- by the European Commission in recognition of his achievements in European integration studies

  • Prof. H.S. Shiva Prakash, School of Arts & Aesthetics, has been appointed as Director, Tagore Centre, Embassy of India, Berlin for a period of three years.

  • Dr. Rakesh K. Tyagi, Special Centre for Molecular Medicine, has been elected fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India. During February, 2011 he has also been conferred 'Gold medal oration award' by the Society for Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology (SRBCE) for significant contribution in the area of 'Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology’
  • Dr. Abhijit Karkun, Centre for French & Francophone Studies, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies has been elected President of the International Association for Intercultural Studies (Association internationale pour la recherche interculturelle-ARIC), a Switzerland based global body of French speaking scholars, academicians and intellectuals, for two years at ARIC Congress recently held at Sherbrooke University, Quebec, Canada, 19-23 June 2011. The mandate of this Association is to spread and encourage intercultural research and studies across the World.

  • Dr. Meeta Narain Centre of Russian Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, has been conferred the Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Millennium National Teacher Award – 2010 in the field of education. It was awarded to her on 13 May, 2011 by Prof. Kiran Walia, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Delhi at a function held in the India International Centre, New Delhi. This award is conferred every year by the Institute for Environment, Yoga and Social Security, New Delhi – a national level institute which has been continuously engaged in the cause of inculcating qualitative education to academicians from different institutes, for their contribution in their respective fields of research.

  • Prof. K.V. Kesavan Former Professor of School of International Studies, has been honoured with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon by the Emperor of Japan in recognition of his “outstanding contributions to the advancement of Japanese Studies and the promotion of the understanding of Japan in India” The honour is conferred in recognition of an individual's distinguished accomplishments. Dr. Kesavan is at present a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation New Delhi.

  • Noushad M.P. Research Scholar, Women Studies Program, SSS bagged three first, two second and two third positions to bag of 'Best Athlete' position during the JNU Annual Athletic Meet 2010-2011 in the sports stadium. He displayed good standard of athleticism and fitness during the three day meet.
  • Swapan Kumar Patra, PhD Scholar, Centre for Studies in Science Policy, School of Social Sciences has been conferred the Best Papers Award in the Globelics Academy 2011, held at Tampere, Finland during 16-26 May 2011 for paper titled "Location, Structure, Motivation and Linkages of Foreign ICT and Biotechnology Firms in India and China". This award will facilitate him to participate and present his paper at the 9th Globelics International Conference, Argentina during 15-17 November 2011. The Global Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building Systems (GLOBELICS) is an international network of scholars and practitioners.

  • Dr. Anup Kumar Das, Documentation Officer, Centre for Studies in Science Policy, School of Social Sciences has been conferred the 2010 Emerald/IAM Indian Management Research Fund Award: Highly Commended winner for research titled “Emergence of social entrepreneurship in e-waste management in India: A preliminary study”. This award was instituted by the Indian Academy of Management and Emerald Group Publishing Limited, United Kingdom.

Campus Activities

Inauguration of "Wall Magazine- Maitree"

The JNU Women Association had a historic moment when a wall magazine “MAITREE” was inaugurated by the then JNUWA President, wife of ex-VC, Mrs. Swapna Bhattacharya. The idea of the magazine was conceptualized by the magazine secretary to promote creative and intellectual activities in the association. The magazine displayed writings of Mrs. Bhattacharya, Mrs. Rajni Upadhyaya, Prof. Sudesh Nangia, Mrs. Vibha Prasad, Mrs. Tara Negi, Mrs. Rachna Pant, Mrs. Sriparna Mukherjee, Mrs. Babita Singh, Mrs. Bharti Rawat, Dr.(Mrs.) Rashmi Chaudhary and Dr. (Mrs.) Chetna Bohidar. Later, hard copies of the magazine were given to the members.

Dr. Chetna Bohidar, Magazine Secretary

Mrs. Deepa Chattopadhyay, Secretary Women Association, JNU

"Three Sisters"

When beauty in nature and the magic of theatre fuse Art is created in its truest and purest sense and that is what everyone present experienced during the staging of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters" directed by Ramendra Chakarwarti.

The theatre production was held under the aegis of School Of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University on 13 May 2011. An entire chunk of open space in the campus was very creatively converted into an interesting stage with fascinating light and sound craft.

The concept was unique and the script was tight and exceptional. The bright costumes used in the production were gorgeous. The performance space came alive with the spirit of Anton Chekov's formal innovations which have influenced many modern story writers. The audience response was roaring and it meant sheer success for the entire cast and crew of the production.

The attractive aspect about the play was that even though it was a challenging script, which had been taken up only by a few Indian directors like Ebrahim Alkazi (1967) and Raghunandana (1993), the director blended it beautifully with a comic element which worked wonders with the audience. Each character had a well defined contrasting temperament that shaped the play in a unique way. Supported by the Eurasian Foundation this play was staged in Hindi, and the credit goes to the entire team for this fusion work of theatrical art.

The genius of the director was that some very crucial elements that confronted the socio-political system of Russia were brought out in the open with fantastic script designing. According to him these issues have a very strong relevance in the Indian context today.

Ramendra Chakarwarti believes that the play has a deep psychological perspective merged in it and for any revolutionary change in any society (India or any other country) progress and development of women is important. The director has taken Anton Chekov's play "Three sisters" as strong cultural weapon to bring about a progress in society by creating socio-political-cultural-economic awareness amongst people.

Ramendra Chakarwarti, the director says this is exactly how an Indian villager or a person from a small town feels. They dream of going to big cities for a better life where they can find good infrastructure and an environment which would mean a more comfortable life. The sisters are refined and cultured young women who are looking for a perfect life, and Moscow represents that perfect life. Moscow the major symbolic element of the play never materializes and the characters see their dreams recede.

But our director gives the play a hope in the last scene of the play that has a beautiful visual of a lighting of a mashaaal, representing a light of relief, a glow which will reach out to all, a divine spark of love, of peace, of happiness, of progress, of development, of consciousness, of a better life, of a “Moscow” which will arrive.

Sehar, the group that has produced the play has a commitment to take up concerns of the marginalized and underprivileged sections of today's world. The group is a dynamic melting pot of intellectuals, academicians, journalists, social scientists, activists, researchers, scholars, art practitioners and students. Sehar believes in theatre passionately and how theatre is an extremely powerful medium to bring about a revolution, a change, in communicating, entertaining and expressing a step forward for a better world. Sehar's vision is creating a harmonious society by dissolving all differences that exist between casts, class, gender, race, ethnicity, religion. Sehar's struggle is maintaining a social fabric and the focus is creating the awareness via Theatre.

Ramendra Chakarwarti, an accomplished actor and the director of the play has been in the theory and practice of theater for more than 17 years now. He has acted and directed dozens of theatrical productions. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the Theatre and Performance wing of School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU.

Anjana Ghosal, Research Scholar
School of Arts and Aesthetics

,d vkSj lkfgfR;d ifjlaokn

fiNys fnuksa ubZ fnYyh fLFkr tokgjyky usg: fo'ofo|ky; ds Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk dsUnz }kjk miU;kldkj fp=k eqn~xy vkSj vkykspd js[kk voLFkh ds lkFk lkfgR; vkSj lekt fo"k;d laokn vk;kstu fd;k x;kA Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk dsUnz dh vksj ls nsosUnz pkScs ds oDrkvksa dk Lokxr fd;k vkSj mudk ifjp; fn;kA mUgksaus dgk fd vkerkSj ij gekjs tsgu esa lkfgR; vkSj lekt ds laca/k esa jpuk vkSj vkkykspuk nksuksa ds laca/k esa loky mBrs jgrs gSa vkSj bUgha lokyksa ds ennsutj bl laxks"Bh dk vk;kstu fd;k x;kA bl volj ij fp=k eqn~xy us dgk fd vkt dk ys[kd dHkh lekt fujis{k ugha gks ldrk gS] mls lkekftd ljksdkjksa ls tqM+uk gh gksrk gSA ;g igys gksrk Fkk tc lkfgR; lÙkk/kh'kksa ds laj{k.k esa fy[kk tkrk Fkk vkSj ml lkfgR; ds dsUnz esa ogh yksx gksrs Fks] ftlds dkj.k ml le; ds lkfgR; esa vke vkneh unkjn vkSj jkts&jtokM+ksa dk gh bfrgkl feyrk gS ysfdu HkkjrsUnq dky ls gh lkfgR; esa ;g ifjn`'; cny x;kA vc vke vkneh lkfgR; ds dsUæ esa vkrk x;kA lkfgR; esa vke vkneh dh i{k/kjrk ij tksj nsrs gq, mUgksaus dgk fd vke tu dh vkokt esa gh ys[kd dh vkokt feyh gqbZ gksrh gSA

izk/;kid vkSj vkykspd js[kk voLFkh us vkykspuk ds lkekftd ljksdkjksa dks js[kkafdr djrs gq, dgk fd le; ds lkFk&lkFk vkykspuk ds ekunaMksa esa cnyko vk;k gSA igys vkykspuk dh tks Hkh dksfV;ka Hkh] vkt og ugha gSA ;g cnyko blfy, vk;k D;ksafd ns'k&nqfu;k ds lekt] vFkZO;oLFkk vkSj jktuhfr esa Hkh cnyko vk jgk gS rFkk euq"; ds Hkkocks/k vkSj lkekftd laca/kksa esa Hkh cnyko vk jgs gSaA ,d loky ds tokc esa mUgksaus dgk fd lkfgR; ;Fkkor QksVksxzkQh ugha gksrk gS cfYd ,d jpukdkj laHkkO;rk dks Hkh ns[krk gSA

izkjaHk esa vkykspd deyk izlkn vkSj izfl) ys[kd tkudhoYyHk 'kkL=h dh Le`fr esa nks feuV dk ekSu j[kk x;kA MkW- xksfoUn izlkn us /kU;okn Kkiu fd;kA

ßdfork ds fy, Økafr vkSj izse nksuksa vko';d gSÞ tusfo ys[kd eap }kjk ^dfork D;k gS \* dk vk;kstu

ßdfo lekt esa cgqr xgjkbZ ls mifLFkr gksdj phtksa dk ns[krk gS] vuqHko] djrk gS vkSj vfHkO;Dr djrk gSA dfork thou dk gh fgLlk gksrh gSA blhfy, dfork dh dksbZ ,d ifjHkk"kk nsuk dfBu dke gksrk gS D;ksafd mldk ifjlheu ugha gks ldrk gS] bl vFkZ esa dfork vifjHkk"; gksrh gSA gekjs thou ls tqM+s gq, lHkh Lrjksa ij fd, x, vuqHkoksa ds fp=.k dks rkjrE; nsrs gq, 'kCnksa esa j[kuk gh dfork gSA dfork ds fy, Økafr vkSj isze nksuksa vko';d vkSj egÙoiw.kZ gSaA vkt dfork dk cuk&cuk;k

dk;ZØe esa igys dfork ikB dk vk;kstu fd;k x;k vkSj ckn esa dfork ij ppkZ gqbZA lcls igys Qkjlh v/;;u dsUnz ds izk/;kid vkSj 'kk;j MkW- v[kykd vgen vkgku us yach dfork ^lkspus ij igjk gS* dk ikB fd;kA mudh bl dfork esa vkt ds le; esa euq"; ds Lora= fparu vkSj O;ogkj ij yxk;s tk jgs izfrca/kksa dk izfrjks/k gSA mudh bl dfork dk Qyd bruk foLr`r Fkk fd mlesa ekuo&O;ogkj ds vf/kdka'k {ks= vk x,A vaxzsth v/;;u dsUnz ds v/;{k vkSj izfl) dfo izks- th-ts-oh-izlkn us viuh dforkvksa dk ikB fd;kA mUgksaus ^gs jke*] ^xks/kjk&xqtjkr*] ^MsLijsVyh Lihfdax bafM;k*] ^xYlZ gkWLVy* vkfn dforkvksa dk ikB fd;kA fnYyh fo'ofo|ky; dh izk/;kid vkSj tkikuh dh dfo MkW- mfurk lfPpnkuanu us gky gh tkiku esa vkbZ lqukeh ds ihfM+rksa ds lEeku esa vk, tkikuh vkSj fgUnh nksuksa Hkk"kkvksa esa izdkf'kr gq, dfork ladyu ^fQj mB [kM+s gksaxs oks* dk ifjp; fn;k vkSj ^NViVkrs ne rksM+us D;ksa foo'k gks x;k vkneh*] ^og rks ,d [kkSQukd LoIu Fkk* vkfn dforkvksa dk ikB fd;kA lkFk gh mUgksaus viuh igyh dfork ^eka* dk Hkh ikB fd;kA Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk dsUnz ds izk/;kid vkSj fgUnh ds izfl) dfo MkW- xksfoUn izlkn us ^b/kj ds dfo*] ^vkt lkjk fnu*] ^lka> ds leqnz ij*] ^gkykafd rqe esjs liuksa esa ugha gks* vkfn dforkvksa ds lkFk&lkFk ^dfork dh deht&,d* vkSj ^dfork dh deht nks* uTeksa dk Hkh ikB fd;kA lcls vkf[kj esa dkO;ikB djus okys vkeaf=r vfrfFk dfo Fks & xksfoUn cYyHk iar lekt foKku laLFkku ds nfyr lalk/ku dsUnz ds izk/;kid vkSj bfrgkldkj MkW- cnzh ukjk;.kA mUgksaus ^cPps dk xhr*] ^eNyh*] ^vki Qksu djsa rks*] ^'kgrwr dh ikr*] ^leiZ.k* vkfn dforkvksa dk ikB fd;kA

dfork ikB ds ckn dfork D;k gS\ ij gqbZ ppkZ dh 'kq:vkr djrs gq, nsosUnz pkScs us dgk fd dfork ;k vU; ltZukRed fo/kkvksa dk xgjk laca/k lekt ds lkFk gksrk gSA dfo lekt esa cgqr xgjkbZ ls mifLFkr gksdj phtksa dks ns[krk gS] vuqHko djrk gS vkSj mls vfHkO;Dr djrk gSA ckrphr dks vkxs c<+krs gq, thou foKku laLFkku ds izksQslj izeksn dqekj ;kno us dgk fd dfork dh dksbZ ,d ifjHkk"kk nsuk dfBu dke gksrk gS D;ksafd mldk ifjlheu ugha gks ldrk gS] bl vFkZ esa dfork vifjHkk"; gksrh gSA mUgksaus dgk fd muds fy, gekjs thou ls tqM+s gq, lHkh Lrjksa ij fd, x;s vuqHkoksa ds fp=.k dks rkjrE; nsrs gq, 'kCnksa esa j[kuk gh dfork gSA ppkZ esa Hkkx ysrs gq, jktuhfrfoKku ds izk/;kid MkW- ef.kUnz ukFk Bkdqj us dgk fd dfork thou dk ikVZ gksrh gSA mUgksaus O;fDrxr vuqHko crkrs gq, dgk fd os Ldwy ds fnuksa ls dfork ds }kjk gksus okyh vfHkO;Dr dks T;knk l{ke ikrs vk;s gSa vkSj vkt Hkh lekt foKku dh Hkk"kk esa dksbZ ckr dguk esjs fy, vklku ugha gksrk gSA dfork lkekftd ;FkkFkZ dks lVhd

vaxzsth ds izksQslj MkW- th-ts-oh- izlkn us dgk fd dfork ,d lcls igys ,d vfHkO;fDr gksrh gS] ysfdu bldk eryc ;g ugha gS fd eSa oM~lZoFkZ dh rjg dfork dks rhoz vuqHkwfr;ksa dk rkRdkfyd izokg ekurk gw¡] bl lanHkZ esa bls ,d izfrfd;k gh ekuk tkuk pkfg, & ogh] tks vuqHkwr gks vkSj varl ls fudysA dfork esa Hkk"kk ds egRo dks js[kkafdr djrs gq, mUgksaus dgk fd dfork esa dfo Hkk"kk ds lkFk [ksyrk gSA bfrgkldkj vkSj dfo cnzh ukjk;.k us ppkZ esa Hkkx yssrs gq, lekt foKku esa dfork ds egRo ij ckr dhA mUgksaus vkxs dgk fd dfork ds fy, Økafr vkSj izse nksuksa vko';d vkSj egRoiw.kZ gSA

fgUnh ds dfo MkW- xksfoUn izlkn us ppkZ esa Hkkx ysrs gq, dgk fd dfork dk cuuk vkSj u cuuk dfo dh n`f"V ij fuHkZj djrk gSA fdlh isM+ ;k vU; oLrq dks ges'kk o"kks± ls ns[krs vk jgs gks] mls fdlh fnu ,d u;h ut+j ls ns[kk tk; ;k mlesa dqN vyx eglwl gks] ;gh dfork dh n`f"V gSA MkW- v[kykd vkgu us dgk fd vfHkO;fDr ds vyx&vyx :i vkSj vyx&vyx fo/kk,a gksrh gSA izR;sd vfHkO;fDr dyk ugha gksrh gS cfYd bl vfHkO;fDr dh izfØ;k egRRiw.kZ gksrh gS] bls ge dk;karj.k dh izfØ;k Hkh dg ldrs gSaA

dfork ij gqbZ ppkZ esa vusd Jksrkvksa vkSj ts,u;w ds 'kks/kkfFkZ;ksa us Hkh Hkkx fy;kA ih,p-Mh- ds Nk= vk'kqrks"k us dgk fd dfork dks ân; dks eqDrkoLFkk ugha ekuk tkuk pkfg,] dfork dh vfHkO;fDr eqDr ugha djrh gS] cfYd cspSu djus okyh gksrh gSA nschuk v{k;cj us dgk fd orZeku esa dfork dk cuk&cuk;k

: jnunewsarchives
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with jnu news interviewed New Vice-Chancellor Prof. Sudhir Kumar Sopory
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with An Interview with Prof. R. Rajaraman, Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics, School of Physical Sciences Mansi: How and when did your journey with jnu begin? How has your experience been here over these years?
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with An interview with Prof. Rama Baru, Chairperson, Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health. School of Social Sciences
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with An interview with Prof. S. N. Malakar, Chairperson, Centre for African Studies, sis
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with An Interview with Prof. I. S. Thakur, Associate Dean of Students Mansi: When and how did your association with jnu begin? Prof. Thakur
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with an Interview with Prof. Mridula Mukherjee Director, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library
jnunewsarchives -> In conversation with An Interview with Prof. Deepak Kumar, Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies and Chairperson, Media Research Centre, School of Social Sciences

  1   2   3   4

The database is protected by copyright © 2017
send message

    Main page