Prof. Marek Macko, the Vice-Rector of the Kazimierz Wielki University, along with his three member team, is visiting the Dev Sanskriti University (DSVV). The team participated in the research meeting held at DSVV. It is to be noted that the teachers of DSVV have visited the Kazimierz Wielki University in the past. Besides this two students of DSVV are also participating in the process of academic exchange under Erasmus Mundus Scholarship program there. Through their better coordination, communication ability, concentration, presentation, etc. the girl students have left a deep impression at the Kazimierz Wielki University. The Honorable Pro-Vice Chancellor of DSVV, Dr. Chinmay Pandya, told in the meeting that research is a discipline which opens up new paths in every dimension of life. Through research, new works can be done even with the oldest of the ideas, while new ideas can be molded into suitable forms.
In the second phase of the program, Prof. Macko, briefly introduced his University and spoke about all the disciplines running there. Sharing his point, he said that there are numerous programs on Music, Humanity, Tourism, Mathematics, Health, Sports, Psychology, Computers, etc. Working and researching in these areas with DSVV, new ways will open up in many other areas. Yoga and Health programs running in DSVV were also praised by him.
Speaking about her University, Prof. Aniela Bekier-Jasińska, another member of the visiting team, said that the goal of her University is to impart good communication skills to children, promote polish language besides promoting self-development and provide quality education. The other two professors of the visiting team also shared their views. The team was very much impressed by the hospitality of DSVV. They were invited by the Pro-Vice Chancellor to visit the Dev Sanskriti University from time to time. This program was attended by the Heads of all the departments, the deans and all other teachers of the University.
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