The Importance of School and Choosing the Right School for Children



We all know that a good foundation is necessary for a successful life in the future, and this foundation is laid at the school level. As you begin exploring schools for your child, you begin to realize that you have dozens of differing options. It's rather bewildering looking at all these websites. Many different factors may influence your decision, and it is worth considering many things. What is really important in choosing a private school? Ranks? Academics? Financial aid? Sports and Arts programs?

March 04 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Does College Define Your Life?



One of the most interesting stages in life that allows you to explore is the ‘college phase.’ Life at college is the time when the teenage years end, and we all dive deep into the ocean of new beginnings and possibilities. This golden period better equips you for all the challenges you’ll face in life and creates a strong foundation of knowledge. While it does mark a significant phase in life, is it a defining feature of your life's course? Does getting into a top tier college transform your life? Should one lose all spirit because they’ve not made it to their dream college? Does the glamour stick throughout life? We shall discuss this in our latest Express with Ease session, "Does college define your life?," with Mr. Ayush Kulkarni from SNBP World School, Ms. Arya Rout and Mr. Divyam Dholwani from SNBP International School, and Ms. Nivedi Jain from SNBP School and Junior College .

February 26 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Importance of Civics Education in School Curriculum



Each of us should strive to be a citizen that is actively involved in our governance. Civic education is not limited to participation in politics and society, it also encompasses participation in classrooms, neighbourhoods, groups, and organizations. It empowers us to be well-informed, active citizens and allows us to change the world around us. To know more about the vital part this education plays in any democracy, we bring in Ms. Jayshree Venkatraman- Principal at SNBP International School, Rahatani, Pune and Academic Director of SNBP World School, Pune.

February 25 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Budget 2021- Students's Perspective



We have had eminent educators, teachers, and professionals dissect the Budget 2021 in terms of education, NEP, and industrial development. How do the students on the receiving end of these changes feel? What influence has this on their studies and career prospects? Does it mean more to the future? In our latest Express with Ease episode, we bring in future leaders and review the budget from a student's perspective

February 19 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Budget 2021- An Educator’s view



With the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 having announced last year, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Union Budget 2021 made outlays for special projects to set the policy rolling. The government announced a Rs 38,572 crore budgetary allocation for its National Education Mission, up from the Rs 32,334 crore allocated last year. This mission consists of four central schemes aimed at literacy, universal elementary education, secondary school enhancement, and a centrally sponsored scheme on teacher education. Let's hear more about what Budget 2021 holds for Indian education in our latest Educators Speak series with Ms. Kalyani Patnaik- Principal and Head of School , Hiranandani Foundation School International, Powai, Mumbai.

February 18 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Sunday webinar



BUDGET 2021 Expectations - India as a potential superpower

February 14 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Saturday Webinar - Creative aerobics



Creative aerobics - Unlock your creative potential

February 13 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Comedy, Art, and Censorship - Where do we draw the line?



There is some truth to every joke and an expression through every art. Censorship is a powerful tool that can work for or against society and the people. In many cases, it’s censorship in the unofficial sense. Comedy is brutal hard work. You know that silence that follows when a joke falls flat? And then there’s dealing with hecklers, too? Censoring art is the equivalent of censoring a person’s own mind, and preventing them to freely express themselves. Has censorship today gone too far way? Is it killing art and comedy? Where do we draw the line?

February 05 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

The Need for Comprehensive School Education - Ethics, Physical Education, Arts & Crafts, Life Skills



Comprehensive school education addresses the physical, social, and emotional aspects of the whole child via a structured and sequential curriculum. Among various measures to expand the provisions and realize Universal Elementary Education, the NEP 2020 recommendations include a child-centric approach. Lessons should be age-appropriate, scientifically accurate, and taught at every grade level. What is the role of teachers in its implementation? How can schools empirically support this?

February 04 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Exam Week @ Vijaybhoomi



Last week at Vijaybhoomi was Exam Time. Everywhere around the campus students could be seen preparing for the term-end examinations, making full use of the campus infrastructure (library, computer lab). Faculty worked with the students towards final revisions and preparations, and you could also see a certain camaraderie in the student group as they studied together and helped each other prepare for the term exams. While there was a seriousness and dedication in the mood as students worked hard for the examinations, the abundant nature and quiet on campus brought about calmness, and good teaching and learning through the term generated confidence. Students now step into and look forward to the second term of this academic year.

February 02, 2021,

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[Webinar Type: ]

Celebrating patriotism @ Republic Day



On the occasion of the 72nd Republic Day of India, students and faculty at Vijaybhoomi University gathered in the open-air amphitheater early morning to pay their respects to the Indian Tricolor and celebrate the coming into effect of our Constitution. There was patriotism in the air. The National Flag was unfurled and followed by recitation of the National Anthem. Thereafter, student Hashika Sachdeva (1st year, BE Artificial Intelligence) gave an inspiring speech on the importance of this day and the history of our nation, and all the chief guests shared their thoughts on the real meaning of Republic Day celebrations for modern India. \n The celebration reflected the true description of India as stated in the preamble of our Constitution – a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic – as students, faculty, administration and support staff, belonging to different states, religions and economic strata came together voluntarily as Indians to salute the national flag. \n Our flag looked really beautiful high in the air, waving in all its glory. I was full of pride for my country.- Dixit Soni, 1st year BBA student, Vijaybhoomi University \n Our Constitution serves as the guiding purpose, principles, and philosophy of the nation as a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic. It secures justice, liberty, equality to all citizens of India and promotes fraternity amongst the people. Republic Day is an event to reiterate and preserve and strengthen this. As responsible citizens we must ensure that no section of the society loses faith in the rule of law, else we’re going to have a very dangerous society to live in. Republic Day celebrations at Vijaybhoomi was a great event to discuss all these to understand our responsibility and work towards strengthening the core values of our constitution - Professor Pravin Mishra, Dean, Vijaybhoomi School of Design

January 29, 2021,

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Improving Learning Outcomes Through New Pedagogies and Technology



Thinking and its ability to express and exchange ideas are best taught through dialogue, questioning, and sharing ideas and knowledge. Learning occurs most effectively when teachers and students work together for the same goal and are therefore motivated to assist one another. Instruction implies authority and planning, while conversation implies equality and responsiveness

January 28 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

What Does 'Freedom' mean to the Youth?



The word 'freedom' is a work in progress to define its single yet expansive meaning. Freedom is sometimes the push from a comfortable life to an uncertain one, which is more fulfilling. Synonymous with independence, the general connotation is to act and speak freely. But is there more to this privilege? What does this value mean to the youth? What freedom are they chasing?

January 22 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Education transform in 2021?



Replacing the 34-year-old education system is no mean feat. The New Education Policy announced last year amidst a global pandemic had the country debating on the possibility of such a climatic shift. With nail-biting students worried about their education and educators adapting to the learn-from-home change, the time has come to step toward Universal Education. Bot now, what will the education system look like in 2021?

January 21 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Spiritual Awakening @ Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti celebrations



Students and faculty at Vijaybhoomi University gathered on the eve of 20th January 2021, to commemorate Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti. Everyone vowed by the teachings of Shri Guru Gobind Singhji, namely, to be a warrior and a saint, believe in the power of love, be mindful of our speech, serve humanity, promote equality, and be humble. Shivansh Sahini, a student of BE - Artificial Intelligence, shared the life history and teachings of Guru Gobind Singhji, highlighting that he was born on 22 December 1666, was the tenth Sikh Guru, and a great spiritual master, warrior, poet, and philosopher. After the execution of his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, he was formally installed as the leader of the Sikhs at the age of nine, becoming the tenth and the last Sikh Guru. He also founded the Sikh warrior community called Khalsa in 1699. After listening to the experiences and teachings of the beloved Guru, the gathering enjoyed the melodious Shabad – Waho Waho Gobind Singh. Swaijit, a student of BBA, interpreted and explained the Shabad to the gathering meaning Hail to the Guru. He is the Guru as well as the disciple. The program was concluded with delectable Kada Prasad - a traditional sweet usually distributed in Gurudwaras.

January 20, 2021,

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[Webinar Type: ]

Students of Vijaybhoomi University engage in kite flying on the occasion of Makar Sankranti



At 5:30pm on 15 January 2021, if you looked up at the skies around Vijaybhoomi University campus in Karjat, you would see the sky filled with kites. Kite flying is a popular ritual to celebrate the festival of Makar Sankranti, that marks the end of winters in India and welcomes spring and the new cropping season. Students at Vijaybhoomi University got together to fly kites in celebration of the festival, some acing the activity while others learning from their fellow students. I felt very happy celebrating Makar Sankranti by flying kites with my friends. This is a very big festival for us. The faculty at Vijaybhoomi University was very supportive, understood our emotions, and arranged kites for us to fly. – Sanapathi Kowshal Sai, 2nd year BBA student Flying kites with my friends made me very excited, and at the same time instilled a sense of deep calmness and peace as I looked up into the beautiful sky - Ataf Mirza, 1st year BSc Data Science student

January 15, 2021,

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[Webinar Type: ]

How to build essential skills in our students



Essential Skills for Students for the New Decade to map out essential skills that students will need to navigate through changing work environments to flourish in professional environments.

January 14 2021,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Celebrating Bhogi, at the dawn



Early morning (before sunrise) on 13 January 2021, students and faculty at Vijaybhoomi lit a fire to celebrate the Bhogi festival. Traditionally, the festival is celebrated in the southern states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It marks the first day of the four-day harvest festival called Pongal or Makar Sankranti. Students performed the ritual called ‘Bhogi Mantalu’ where people discard their old possessions such as furniture, clothes, and other household items into the fire as a means to eliminate the old and embrace new beginnings with positive energy I used to celebrate Bhogi with my cousins at home. Now my friends at VBU replace them.”- Harika Srinivas, 2nd year BBA student at Vijaybhoomi.

January 13, 2021,

[Venue : ]

[Webinar Type: ]

US Elections Decoded by Students



VUTV is proud to announce a brand new episode of the series "Express with Ease" on the topic- 'US Elections Decoded by Students'. When the world's largest economy goes into election, all nations sit up to observe the results. The Americans recently headed into one of the most crucial election nights in years. The stakes are high for the US, as well as the globe.

December 04 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Career Counselling for our children A New Understanding



VUTV is proud to announce a brand new episode of the series "Educators Speak" on the topic- "Career Counselling for our Children A New Understanding". In this episode we will be conversing with Ms. Ipsita Banerjee, Principal, DALIMSS Sunbeam School, Varanasi and Ms. Reena, Head Counselor, Hyderabad School Begumpet on the ideal career counselling set up in schools. How the approach of career counsellors has evolved post the pandemic? What are the tools educators and parents can use to lead students to their dream careers? Don't miss out on this exciting conversation at 5.00 pm on 3rd December, Thursday.

December 3 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Discovery Challenge A Challenge for Change



Trust us, you do not want to miss this unique opportunity to provide a business solution that can be your first step into the world of business. Learn more about the Discovery Challenge here.

December 1 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Developing a Gender Inclusive School



VUTV is proud to announce a brand new episode of the series "Educators Speak" on the topic- 'Developing a Gender Inclusive School". In this episode we will be conversing with Ms. Dolly Vaja, Principal, Aga Khan School, Chitravad where she will share her insights and snippets from her vast school experience on building gender neutral environments at schools to make the classroom more inclusive. Join us for this exciting conversation on 21st November at 6.00 pm.

November 21 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Journalism in Democracy



VUTV is proud to announce a brand new episode of the series "Express with Ease" on the topic- 'Journalism in Democracy'. Is the democratic functioning of journalism under threat in india? Is freedom of speech being subjected to unreasonable restrictions? In the last 30-40 years there have been numerous situations where journalists have been threatened or harassed or detained. Are the press and politics getting inextricably linked in our country? We will be discussing this and more with our student panelists in this epsiode on 20th November at 5.00 pm.

November 20 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Building a Narrative Frame by Frame



Pradipta Ray is a queer filmmaker, painter and animation artist based out of Mumbai. A fine art graduate from Govt. Art College, Kolkata, and a Communication Design graduate from the National Institute of Design (NID), Pradipta is a regular visiting faculty at her alma mater.

November 8 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Decoding the New Normal for Schools



VUTV is proud to present its latest episode of the Educators' Speak series on the topic "Decoding the New Normal for Schools".In this episode we will be in conversation with Mr. Rajesh Vasudevan, Head of Institution, Manchester International School, Coimbatore. We will understand from him how schools are adapting to the new normal and how the system is evolving to cater to the changing needs of students and the eco system.

November 7 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

What is the New Normal for Students?



Join us for a brand new episode of VUTV where we have a heart to heart with students and find out from them "What is the new normal for students?".In this conversation we will touch upon the various integral parts of the life of a student such as education, mental well-being, socialising, extra curricular activities etc. and understand how students are adapting their lives to the new normal

November 6 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Indian Music in America



In this Webinar, Dr. Pankaj Jain, Dean of the Vijaybhoomi School of Arts and Humanities at Vijaybhoomi University will be in conversation with Shri Manoj Govindraj, Teacher of Indian Classical Music in New Jersey, USA. The topics covered will include the history of Indian music in America and status of academic study of Indian music in American universities and other institutions.

October 24 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

India and its Enduring Influence on America and the World



The topics covered will include India's contributions to the making of America and the world, and status of academic studies of Indian culture in American universities.

October 8 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Indian Matchmaking Stereotypes Reinforced?



Did Indian Matchmaking hold a mirror to our society? Is this show a reality of how most of the general public think? Is the show reinforcing stereotypes attached to ambitious women, class, caste, re-marriages that we thought did not exist in modern India? In this conversation we will unravel and explore some of the central themes surrounding this series such as the reality of the Indian arranged marriage system in India, gender stereotyping, the need for women to be flexible and compromise for a successful marriage and the rampant casteism, classism prevalent in our society.

October 4 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Dissecting "The Social Dilemma"



How do we start talking about an invisible force that drives you from morning to night with you knowing? A lot has been written about “The Social Dilemma”, a Netflix documentary with some calling it a propaganda against social media networks while helpless social media addicts strongly believe otherwise. In this conversation today we will unpack some of the central themes of this film ranging from the veracity in the business model portrayed to surveillance capitalism. We will question the invisible force that has been accused of shaping the personalities of its users to suit the unfair gains of these platforms.

September 26 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Media Trials in India. Is there a need to regulate the press?



In India, trial by media has assumed significant proportions. Some famous criminal cases that would have gone unpunished but for the intervention of media are Priyadarshini Mattoo case, Jessica Lal case, Nitish Katara murder case and Bijal Joshi rape case

September 11 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

How To Get To Your Dream Law School In 2020?



CLAT getting postponed time and again? Uncertainty looming over your head? Worried you may not be heading to Law School this year? Join us in this session CLAT 2020 and Continuing Uncertainty - HOW TO GET TO YOUR DREAM LAW SCHOOL IN 2020?

September 9 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Design Student to a Master Storyteller



Stories that move and captivate people are those that are true to the teller, the audience, the moment, and the mission. They convey the culture, history, and values that unite people. Storytelling forges connections among people and ideas. Developed and used purposefully, this art can build confidence, and bring about change- making the difference between a ‘good’ and ‘great’ storyteller.  

August 30 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Talk The Law



How is the legal profession evolving? What are the essential skills a lawyer of 2025 must have? How to identify a Law School that prepares you for the changing times? What courses must Law students study to be future ready?

August 29 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Talk The Law



How is the legal profession evolving? What are the essential skills a lawyer of 2025 must have? How to identify a Law School that prepares you for the changing times? What courses must Law students study to be future ready?

August 22 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Will NEP make India a Global Destination for Higher Education?



The ‘New Education Policy’ of India, which was unveiled recently, has proposed some sweeping reforms in the higher education space, including allowing global universities of repute to set up their campuses in India.  

August 21 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Students Take on the New Education Policy



The power of the youth is the common wealth of the entire world. No segment in society can match the power, idealism, enthusiasm and courage of young people. VUTV by Vijaybhoomi is proud to present its latest series Express with Ease- Students Speak  

August 11 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

How to crack the AILET exam?



Vijaybhoomi is proud to present the AILET MasterClass Series where we bring to you the topper of the AILET exam from National Law University Delhi to share their strategy to crack the exam.  

August 02 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

“How to Crack the LSAT – India Exam?”



Meet Mr. Pulkit Goyal, AIR-1, LSAT India 2019 where he will converse with our moderator on the topic “How to Crack the LSAT – India Exam?” in conversation with Ms. Kritika Padode Bhandari, Advocate and Member, Founding Team, Vijaybhoomi University

July 05 2020, 1700 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

MSMEs & Industries revival in COVID-19 pandemic



Join us as we discuss with Mr Robin Banerjee, MD, Caprihans India (Former MD, Arcelor-Mittal, Germany) & Mr Sandeep Khosla Director General, Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCCI) in conversation with Dr. Dr Rajendra K Sinha on “MSMEs & Industries revival in COVID-19 pandemic”

July 04 2020, 1100 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Journey from a Lawyer to an IAS Officer



Meet our experts Ms. Vaishali Singh, AIR 8, CSE UPSC 2019, Assistant Commissioner (Under Training) Kurukshetra. She will share with us insights on her “Journey from a Lawyer to an IAS Officer” and her tips to effectively prepare for the Civil Services examination in conversation with Ms. Kritika Padode Bhandari, Advocate and Member, Founding Team, Vijaybhoomi University

July 04 2020,

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

CLAT Master Class Series Episode 3 - How to Crack English in CLAT



Meet Ms. Shivangi Mishra AIR 49 CLAT 2017 (NLSIU Bangalore) and Ms. Kritika Padode (Advocate, NLU Delhi Alumnus) as we discuss “How to crack English in the CLAT?” Both speakers will share their exam and preparation strategy to tackle this section in the CLAT exam

June 30 2020, 1830 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Ocular Learning of Consumer Laws Episode 3 - Product Liability and Consumer Protection



Meet our experts for the episode – Mr. Deepak Dayal, Managing Partner, Dayal Legal Associates, Secretary General of Society for Legal Reforms and Education and Ms. Payel Chatterjee, Leader, International Disputes Team at Nishith Desai Associates and Safety in conversation with Ms. Apoorvi Shrivastava, Assistant Professor IFIM Law School

June 30 2020, 1600 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

HR Antitrust Compliance



Meet Peter J. Mucchetti, Partner, Clifford Chance, Michaela Spero, Associate, Clifford Chance and Samir R Gandhi, Partner, AZB & Partners in conversation with Navneet Sharma, VB Padode Chair Professor of Business Responsibility, Vijaybhoomi University

June 28 2020, 1730 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Future of Education Episode 1 - Growth of online Education & Alternative K 12 Education Models in India



Join us as we discuss this and more in VUTV’s latest episode with Prof. Chandra Bhushan Sharma, Ex-Chair person National Institute of Open Schooling; Mr. Dilip Thakore, Editor, Education World and Parents World; Mr. Aditya Patil, Founding CEO, Ascend International School Mumbai and Ms. Uma Ramachandran, Teacher educator and trainer, Career Launcher Education Foundation. Our panellists will converse on the topic- “Growth of Online Education and Alternate K-12 Education Models in India” which will be moderated by Mr. Sanjay Padode, president, Vijaybhoomi University.

June 27 2020, 1800 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Express with Ease- Students Speak Episode 1 - Should Online Education be the way of the Future?



we are joined by a dynamic panel comprising of Ms. Riya Puri, The Shri Ram School Moulsari; Mr. Viraj Choudhary, Pathways School Gurgaon and Mr. Armaan Bamzai, The International School Bangalore where they will converse with our moderator on the topic “Should Online Education be the way of the Future?” on 26th June at 6.00 pm.

June 26 2020, 1800 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Ocular Learning of Consumer Laws Episode 2 - Misleading Advertisements & Liability of Endorsers



Meet our experts for the second episode– Dr. M.S. Kamath, Medico- Legal Consultant, Honorary Secretary of Consumer Guidance Society of India, and Ms. Pushpa Girimaji, Senior Journalist in Consumer Law and Safety in conversation with Ms. Apoorvi Shrivastava

June 23 2020, 1600 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

CLAT Master Class Series Episode 2 - How to Crack Legal Reasoning in CLAT



Meet Ms. Deeksha Pokhriyal, AIR 55 CLAT 2019 (NALSAR Hyderabad) and Ms. Kritika Padode (Advocate, NLU Delhi Alumnus) as we discuss “How to crack Logical Reasoning in the CLAT?” Both speakers will share their exam and preparation strategy to tackle this section in the CLAT exam.

June 23 2020, 1830 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Challenges of E-Court



Meet Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva, Judge, Delhi High Court who will share with us his perspective on “Challenges of E-Court”. This session will be moderated by, Ms. Kritika Padode, Board Member, Vijaybhoomi University and Mr. Rajat Shah, Trustee, Narayani Public School.

June 21 2020, 1200 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

CLAT Master Class Series Episode 1 - How to Crack Legal Reasoning in CLAT



Meet Mr. Mohammed Asadullah Shareef, Founder, ClatGyan (NALSAR, Hyderabad Alumnus) and Ms. Kritika Padode (Advocate, NLU Delhi Alumnus) as we discuss “How to crack Legal Reasoning in the CLAT?” Both speakers will share their exam and preparation strategy to tackle this section in the CLAT exam

June 16 2020, 1830 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Ocular Learning of Consumer Laws Episode -1 Basic Introduction to Consumer Laws



Meet Mr. Bejon Misra, Chairman at Cell for Consumer Education and Advocacy Society and Dr. Aneesh V Pillai, Assistant Professor of Law at School of Legal Studies, Cochin University in conversation with Ms. Fathima Rifa and Ms. Apoorvi Shrivastava

June 16 2020, 1600 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Flow State



Meet TEDx speaker and noted violinist, Diane Allen in conversation with Navneet Sharma of Vijaybhoomi University

June 15 2020, 1930 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Globalisation of Education Post COVID



Meet Mr. Dan Claire is CEO of the Global Business School Network (GBSN), Dr. Atish Chattopadhyay Director of IFIM Business School & Mr. Sanjay Padode – Secretary CDE. In conversation with Ms. Kritika Padode Bhandari – Board Member at Vijaybhoomi University.

June 12 2020, 1830 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]

Installing Spine - Thinking Objectively and Independently



Meet Anil Swarup, former Secretary to Government of India (Coal and School Education), author of “Not Just A Civil Servant” and “Ethical Dilemmas of A Civil Servant” in conversation with Navneet Sharma, Dean, Vijaybhoomi University

June 01 2020, 1900 Hrs

[Venue : VUTV]

[Webinar Type: ]