A dinner reception is being hosted for the Vice-Chancellor of our University, Prof. D. P. Singh ji. It will be a great opportunity to interact with him, know about his plans for our dear university and provide our inputs.
The detail of the meet is as follows:
Date & time: Saturday May 8, between 6.00-9.00 PM
Royal Albert's PalaceCharges: $40 per head (payable in cash at the venue)
1050 King George Rd
Fords, NJ 08863
Yogesh Upadhyaya Yogesh [at] optonline [dot] net
Manu Goyal goyalmanu [at] gmail [dot] com
All BHU alumni (along with their families) are welcome. If you are planning to attend, please email to Manu Goyal at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is jointly organized by IT-BHU Global Alumni Association, BHU Parivar and BHUPAAA.
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With extreme grief, we have to announce the sad demise of Prof. B B Bansal. He died today (Monday) morning after a long illness. For the past one month, he was ill and stayed at home. He was professor at dept. of Mechanical Engineering. During his 40 yrs career at our institute, he was also head of the Mechanical Engineering department and TPO (Training & Placement Officer).
His untiring efforts at the TPO ensured near perfect campus placements for our students during this tenure.
Prof. Bansal lead from the front. He was always active in alumni effort and was also a board member of our alumni association - ITBHUGlobal. He always championed for scholarships for poor students. He persuaded one of his batch mates (1967 mechanical) to donate $100K, the interest of which will provide free tuition and all expenses for 16 needy students each year, starting from incoming batch in next academic year. He had also discussed with two more of his batch mates to start similar scholarships for extremely poor and needy students.
The IT BHU community will miss this exemplary academic and a charismatic leader,
May his soul rest in peace.