Discovery of the Week   

Serial Entrepreneurship

Ricky Cariappa, MBA, JAGSoM

Akhilendra Sahu  is a young serial entrepreneur from India. He is the founder and CEO of ASTNT technologies limited an IT company and parent organisation of Technical Next, ASTNT Media, ASTNT Newswire, ASTNT Hosting, and Startup199, he is also a co-founder of Scoop Beats private-limited, internet news media organisation.



Akhilendra Sahu, Founder & CEO, ASTNT


Akhilendra was born and brought up in Narsinghpur Madhya Pradesh born on February 1st, 2001, he did his schooling in Narsinghpur public school and did his B.Com in Justin college. He started his career as a freelancer at the age of 16 at a very young age. His desire to take up challenges and willingness to learn from the industry helped him a lot to progress as an entrepreneur. He started his career by doing websites in his subdomain.

In 2016 he started his first venture, ‘technical next’ which is a hosting company. Later his company ASTNT technologies also became the cheapest platform for web hosting and reseller hosting. IN 2019, Akhilendra was honoured with the India young achievers award,2019 by the Entrepreneur live network.IN 2021 his name was trending on Twitter at 8th rank for he got nominated for the KARMAVEER chakra awards 2020-21. He has been featured on many news portals like ANI, DNA, Deccan Chronicle, and magazines. Akhilendra ranked among India’s top 10 young Indian digital influencers. He is also well known for his contributions to helping Bollywood and Hollywood actors in improving their brand image.

  Education News  

Afghanistan women in tears amid Taliban’s ban on their education

Hindustan Times, Dec 23rd, 2022

On Thursday, some women and girls took to the streets in Kabul, chanting "education for all".

Educational institutions in Bengaluru bring back COVID-19 protocols 

The Hindu, Dec 22nd, 2022

Schools are making masks and use of sanitisers mandatory again while also instructing children to maintain distance, not share food amongst other things

Create Hand Washing Facilities, Impart Hygiene Education: Centre To States Over Covid

NDTV, Dec 22nd, 2022

Centre asked States to fast-track the projects in view of the importance of safe water for the overall health and well-being of our children.

  Faculty Fundas    

Vitamin C, Blessing for the Winters

 As the winter approaches, our body falls prey to illnesses and infections. This is because the harsh environment and dry air can take a toll on our immune system. So we need to boost our immunity to deal with the winter season, and Vitamin C is perhaps the most vital vitamin when it comes to being an immunity booster.


Dr. Santhosh Dadhambe, Chief Medical Officer, Vijaybhoomi University


Our body does not produce Vitamin C on its own, and hence it becomes more important that we intake foods that are rich in vitamins, especially in winters.

  1. Oranges: Oranges have the highest concentration of vitamin C among citrus fruits. About 100 grams of orange contains 53.2 mg of Vitamin C. The vitamin has antioxidant properties which protects our cells from getting damaged. Oranges are also a source of Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin that we usually lack in winters.
  2. Amla: Another important seasonal fruit is Amla. This small fruit is jam-packed with several nutrients and vitamins. Our bones go through a lot during winters and amla contains manganese, which provides great support for bone formation, along with working on the metabolism, reproduction, and immune response of our bodies.
  3. Papaya: Make papayas a part of your daily life for the correct intake of vitamin C. Highly regarded among the fruits for its medicinal values, a medium-sized papaya contains almost double the amount of vitamin C needed on a daily basis. Papayas are a source of beneficial minerals like potassium, magnesium and folate. It also works wonders with its anti-inflammatory and digestive effects.

4: Capssicum: Along with capsicum, yellow, orange and red bell peppers are very healthy vegetables. They contain huge quantities of vitamins and minerals and are low on calorie count. The red bell pepper is in fact a veggie that has more Vitamin C value than an orange.

  1. Broccoli: In about 100 grams of broccoli, there is 89.2 mg vitamin C. Offering very low calories per serving; broccoli is a miraculous winter food which is also a source of high fiber.

Have Healthy, Happy and heartful winters !!!

  Student Spotlight    

Kshirin Baldwa, TSM, Vijaybhoomi University

ChaarDiwaari aka Garv Taneja has experienced a noticeable spike in popularity over the course of a little more than a year's worth of releases as a result of a cavalier forgoing of polish for low-budget exuberance and the offbeat edge of modern humour. ⁠


The New Delhi artist may have turned up the irreverence on his most recent EP, "TERI MAIYAT KE GAANE," to off-putting thresholds while achieving the grimy adventure of alternative hip-hop. ⁠

Still from the MV for the song ‘MERA SAMAN KAHAN HAI’

The EP has gained over more than 50K plays on Spotify alone and also earned a nomination for EP of the year on voting basis.

  Week Gone By    

Pro Nights

Saarang Arora, B.Tech AI, INSOFE

It is very hard to judge a musical performance. Do you grade it on the basis of technique, or on the basis of the effect it had on the audience? How do you judge the Audience reaction? And so on and so forth…

This is the dilemma faced by the teachers of The True School of Music at VijayBhoomi university. Every term the students that have enrolled in the Ensemble classes have to display a musical performance that they have practised over the course of the term.

Other students are also invited to participate and view these performances.

  Student Quotes    


"It was a great experience watching my peers from the Music Department showing-off their work that they practised over and over during the term. Very inspiring."

Kush Sheth, B.Sc., INSOFE, VU



Christmas event @sodexo

Sagar Urs, MBA, JAGSoM

As Christmas rolls closer, so does the term break. With everyone preparing to go back home for the term break, the students were in for a treat from the canteen team’s side.

On 20th, during the dinner time the students were surprised with a special dinner menu prepared by the canteen staff as well as musical performances to make the event even more special.

The canteen was decorated for the event and the students there had a lot of fun.


  Student Quotes    


"It was an awesome event!."

Sagar Urs, JAGSoM, VU



  Readers Ask, Vijaybhoomi Answers    

What facilities are free to use for the student?


Shritika Dubey, Vijaybhoomi School of Law

Vijaybhoomi University has a big campus, all of which is accessible to the students. The students can freely access any facilities present within the campus (till the allotted time). 

The facilities include Library, Activity room, Canteen, Classrooms, Amphitheatre, sporting facilities (till 9 PM) and many more. 

Some facilities like the auditorium, recording rooms and the MPRs (multi-purpose rooms) are only allowed to be used if they have been booked by the students in advance.



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  About Vijaybhoomi    

Vijaybhoomi University is India's first Liberal Professional University, which uses the liberal-professional framework of education to build a unique curriculum aligned to Industry 4.0. The curriculum facilitates the process of self-discovery in the initial year and thereafter choice of majors and minors to prepare oneself in high-demand careers in data science, artificial intelligence, business, law, music and design. The university is located in Karjat, Greater Mumbai, and nurtures holistic, socially responsible, and continuously employable professionals who can make a positive difference in the world.


To become an independent, multi-disciplinary, globally acclaimed university which facilitates learner-centricity, builds pathways to groom holistic individuals, and foste

rs innovation and scholarship to impact practice and communities


Nurture holistic, socially responsible, and continuously employable professionals.