Technical Workshop

Controller of Examinations Office and NAD Cell, Central University of Gujarat

Cordially invites you

to

 Technical Workshop:

Overview and Familiarization of National Academic Depository (NAD) System for Academic Stakeholders and Students Registration

Speaker: Mr. Nirav Mehta
(NDML, Mumbai)

Date: 13th November 2019 at 03:00 PM

Venue: Seminar Hall, Academic Block, Sector 29

Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar

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Workshop on Turnitin – Anti-Plagiarism Web Tool

Dear All,

Central Library is organizing “Turnitin – Anti-Plagiarism Web Tool” workshop for all CUG Research Students and Faculty Members.

All faculty members and Research students are requested to attend.

The interested Research Students and faculty members are requested to Register online. Visit CUG Library Website or click on mentioned link

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1D8Hd39qWGSVtXJEY-RDRXbvlQvfdm2LSGuITkUBlmnc/edit

Date: 4th November 2019

Time: 3pm. to 5pm.

Venue: Seminar Hall, Academic Block, First Floor

Sector-29 Campus, CUG, Gandhinagar

Topics :

• What is plagiarism and it’s effect on an Institution.
• Why Turnitin Similarity check report.
• Instructor Management/ Student Management
• Creation of class and Assignment.
• Student Paper submission and review.
• Generation of Similarity Reports in Turnitin.
• Reviewing student Submission via similarity report.
• Similarity Report download.

All are invited to attend.

Best Regards,

Dr K B Agadi

Librarian I/c

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PUBLIC LECTURE

Centre for Studies in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy

School of Social Sciences

 

PUBLIC LECTURE

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 / 3.00 pm

Conference Room, Academic Block, Sector 29 Campus, CUG

By

Dr. Leya Mathew

Assistant Professor, Social Sciences division,

School of Arts and Sciences, Ahmedabad University

Topic :

Learning Techno-science in Transition

This exploratory talk will trace the diverse transitions that intersect in contemporary technoscience classrooms in the Indian context to consider what the learning and doing of technoscience means to diversely positioned youth. It is based on an ongoing ethnographic study at a Pharmacy College. Firstly, national development agendas have shifted away from production, rationing, and socialist re-distribution towards notions of a consumerist good life and the solving of intractable societal issues through innovative market-based solutions. Alongside, citizenship and social membership is increasingly negotiated through the production of enterprising selves. In this context, educational performances and curriculum have shifted to enterprise pedagogies which are characterized by a new set of interactional styles (e.g. brainstorming); fluency with global technocratic cultures; organization of dissonance to facilitate the production of novel solutions; time-bound action rather than deliberation; and the ability to push repetitive labor onto others. Accordingly, pedagogic aspirations are shifting from that of “ready-made” technoscience to technoscience-in-action to align educational performances with rearrangements in political economy. Secondly, the emergent transition from nationalist to capitalist patriarchy is accompanied by the fragmentation and diversification of the middle classes. “Appropriate” femininity and masculinity now require transnational, Western cosmopolitanisms enacted in world class spaces even as non-elite assertions to space and social worth proliferate. In this context of myriad transitions, what does the learning and doing of technoscience mean to non-elite, first generation young men and women as well as privileged youth trained in transnational aspirations?

ALL ARE WELCOME

Regards.

Dr. Shiju Sam Varughese

Assistant Professor & Coordinator,

Centre for Studies in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy,

School of Social Sciences,

Central University of Gujarat

Sector 29, Gandhinagar

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Remedial Coaching @CUG

Dear students/Scholars,

This is to bring to the notice of students who are appearing/applied for the UGC NET/JRF classes are requested to enrol their names for attending the coaching classes to be held from the month October 2019, to be organised by the Remedial Coaching Cell, Central University of Gujarat. The students are further requested to submit the application form to Mihani Parmar, Office staff, School of Social Sciences, Administrative Block, Sector 29, Gandhinagar.

Last date for submitting application on or before 0ctober 15th 2019.

Schedule of the classes will be informed soon.

Best regards,

Dr. B. Jagannatham

Coordinator, Remedial Coaching Cell

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User Awareness Session & ‘How to Publish with Oxford University Press’

Dear All,

Greetings from Central Library!

This is to inform you that CUG Library is conducting a user awareness session and How to Publish with Oxford University Press and scheduled to be held on 27th September 2019 at  Sector 29  CUG campus, Seminar Hall 2.00pm to 4pm

Training to all the users on how to navigate and research on Oxford University Press journals.

Furthermore, there will also be a session on ‘How to Publish’ with Oxford University Press.

 Short Synopsis of the talk – Topics Covered

 1. How to turn your thesis into an article

2. Differences between a thesis and an article

3. How to write a manuscript

4. Types of journal manuscripts

5. How to select which journal you want to write for

6. How do you upload a manuscript on the OUP platform – the Article submission process

7. The journal publishing cycle

8. What is Open Access – Kinds of Open Access

 Learning Outcomes of the talk  –

This session will help you determine whether you are ready to publish your work, discuss the manuscript forms available, and highlight points to consider when choosing the right journal for your research. At the end of the session, you will be able to walk away with an understanding of the publishing process and the steps you should follow when preparing to publish for the first time.

Speaker

Ms Sumita Sen
Regional Customer Trainer for South Asia & South East Asia

Oxford University Press

Online Registration form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKaFAEWKmL3h2Fkv9D3kTVH2T35U48TLT1kxngRkyqCppfog/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1

Venue: Seminar Hall, CUG 29 Campus,

Timings : 2.00pm to 4pm

Date: 27th September 2019

All are invited to attend

Regards,

Dr K B Agadi

Librarian I/c

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Invitation for Distinguished Lecture on Relevance of Integral Humanism in Contemporary World

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Inaugaral Ceremony of Cricket Match Pitch

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