Discovery of the Week   


Shritika Dubey, Vijaybhoomi school of Law

Savitri Devi Jindal is an Indian businesswoman and politician who was born on March 20, 1950. She served as the O.P. Jindal Group's emeritus chairman. She also serves as the college's president in Agroha, Maharaja Agrasen Medical College. After her husband, Om Prakash Jindal, perished in a helicopter crash in 2005, the former housewife assumed control as chairwoman of the O.P. Jindal Group.




Savitri Jindal, Indian Politician


Savitri continues to advance Jindal's social welfare agenda by advancing the environment, health care, and education. The last two years alone have seen a $12 billion increase in Savitri Jindal's net worth. 

Savitri, the only female in the top 10 of Forbes' list of the richest Indians in 2021, has a net worth of $18 billion, making her the richest woman in India. Savitri Jindal, an exceptional person with strong morals, is dedicated to carrying on OP Jindal's values in the wake of his sudden death in 2005. The group's turnover increased four times after she took over as chair, and the conglomerate established leadership positions in various businesses, both of which were motivated by her humane approach to entrepreneurship.

Savitri Jindal, the woman who took charge of a thriving business empire by emerging from the house's shadow. And Savitri Jindal, the Chairperson Emeritus of Jindal Steel & Power Limited, is a wonderful example of a woman succeeding in what she calls a "man's world." Today, we'll discuss the journey of Savitri Jindal, one of the few Indian housewives who left the home only to join the family business and rise to become one of the richest women in the world according to Forbes' 2018 billionaire list. Savitri Jindal, who is 71 years old, keeps herself occupied by managing the various social welfare programs for education and healthcare that the founder of the Jindal Group started for the underprivileged and factory workers. She does continue to be concerned about maintaining the harmony and integrity of the family among her children and grandchildren. But before she became the businesswoman she is today.

Savitri was a wife and mother who once famously said that women in the Jindal family do not venture out. “We remain in charge of the house while the men take care of everything outside,” she said in an interview with Forbes.

  Education News  

Yale, Stanford and Oxford in India soon? PM Modi's big education push

Hindustan Times, Jan 6th, 2023

SSome universities have already set up partnerships with Indian institutions, allowing students to partially study in India and complete their degrees on the main campus abroad. The current move will encourage these overseas institutions to set up campuses without local partners.

ICAI develops new curriculum to standardise commerce and accounting education in India

India Today, Jan 6th, 2023

The ICAI has developed a new curriculum to standardise commerce and accounting education in India. It is now awaiting government approval.

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    

Happy hormones!

Hormones and neurotransmitters moderate our feelings of well-being, and lifestyle factors affect them. Here are five of the main happy hormones and neurotransmitters, plus ways to boost them. 


Dr. Santhosh Dadhambe, CMO, Vijaybhoomi University

  1. Dopamine

This happy hormone is a neurotransmitter that drives your brain’s reward system. If you are praised at work for doing a good job, you’ll get a delicious dopamine hit, resulting in feelings of well-being. It also drives pleasure-seeking behavior. 

  1. Serotonin

Serotonin is also called a happy hormone, as it is related to feeling of happiness and calm. The most effective and natural way to boost serotonin is by exercising daily

  1. Oxytocin

Both a neurotransmitter and a happy hormone, oxytocin is often called “the love hormone.” Researchers from Claremont University in California have done extensive research on its impact on women, linking oxytocin release to life satisfaction levels.

  1. Estrogen

This happy hormone helps form serotonin and protects you from irrita­bility and anxiety, keeping your mood steady. 

  1. Progesterone

This helps you to sleep well and prevents anxiety, irritability and mood swings. Levels of this happy hormone drop as women enter perimenopause after age 35 or 40, and this can be accelerated by excess stress and unhealthy foods.


Natural ways to boost your happy hormones


Listening to music is a fabulous way to get a hit of dopamine: Researchers reported that listening to music you love (especially if it gives you “chills”) creates a boost in feel-good dopamine.

Eat carbs

Carbohydrates increase serotonin levels, which partly explains why we crave sweet, starchy foods when we are feeling down. For the best mood boost with the least negative impact, choose healthy, high-fibre sources of carbs such as dense whole-grain bread or quinoa.

Spend time with loved ones

Get a boost of oxytocin by doing pleasurable things such as spending time cuddling with your partner, your kids, or your pet(s), friends and loved ones ,rather than spending time on social media. 

Stress relievers

Increase estrogen with stress-relieving activities such as yoga, meditation, taking a hot bath — or whatever works for you. Plus, keep progesterone at optimum levels by eating well and avoiding saturated fat and sugar, getting regular physical exercise, and avoiding stress.

  Student Spotlight    

ISDSI Global Conference

Kshirin Baldwa, TSM, Vijaybhoomi University

A conference was organised in Bangalore on the 27th of December, 2022 as a promotional event for The True School of Music. The ISDSI Global Conference took place in Bangalore at IFIM, and lasted for 3-4 days.


Students from TSM performed a 80’s & 90’s music themed set, the performers included Vardayini Bhatt on Vocals, Jay Rana on Guitar, Jatin Mangal on Vocals and guitar, Pratham Barapatre on Keys ,Maya Dominic on Bass  and Tanish Morandani on Drums.

The Shindig was a vibrant and gratifying one, for both the audience, and the performers.

“We had a wonderful time performing at the conference, everyone was extremely responsive and appreciative. It was a successful event for us all” 

- Vardayini, Vocalist.

  Week Gone By    

AlterLighting Projects @ VU

Saarang Arora, B.Tech AI, INSOFE

One of the biggest mottos of VijayBhoomi University is creating Industry ready professionals. In order to create that, one needs some form of industry experience during their student life itself, and in order to do that CCLE (Centre for Continuous Learning and Employability) has an initiative (AlterLighting) that offers students industry projects.

CCLE has recently partnered with companies like Simulanis, Ahhaa, GrowthAcad and many more in order to provide students from various disciplines with live industry projects that gives them the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology and gain valuable experience in their field of study.

  Student Quotes    


"This project has given me the chance to experience the industry demands and requirements, and that has helped me build a better path towards my goal.."

Bhushan Surve, B.Des, 

Vijaybhoomi School of design





The Return of the Students!

Saarang Arora, B.Tech AI, INSOFE

With the term break coming to an end, the students who had gone back home to celebrate the year-end holidays with their family had started to come back. 

The campus, which had been left desolate, now started buzzing with life again. Students arrived in droves to comply with the physical course registration deadline.

The students were also able to see some new faces. New students from the True School of Music have arrived at the campus and are now getting familiar with the their seniors and the faculty before they start their classes.

  Student Quotes    


"Honestly, It was great seeing students come back to campus and settle in… It was starting to get a bit lonely here."

Saarang Arora,

student who stayed back




  Readers Ask, Vijaybhoomi Answers    

Joining Committees apart from studies in Vijaybhoomi University?


Shritika Dubey, Vijaybhoomi School of Law

Studying in a University is the most essential part but besides studies there should be an extra responsibility for a student so that he/she can learn to be disciplined in life regarding punctuality, style of work and knowledge. 

A student cannot continuously concentrate on studies so that Vijaybhoomi University makes each student mandatory to join at least one committee e.g., sports committee, hostel management, etc. Students here enjoy the work from the committees and help in handling the extra loaded work together. 

These committees contribute an essential part in shaping a student’s future, teaching them how to handle a committee, managing people, and gaining knowledge out of the box. 



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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.


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rs innovation and scholarship to impact practice and communities


Nurture holistic, socially responsible, and continuously employable professionals.