Bathinda: To commemorate the World Health Day, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (CUPB) organized a Webinar on ‘Innovations during COVID-19 Pandemic: India’s response to change into a worldwide chief’. CUPB establishments Innovation Council (IIC) and National Service Scheme (NSS) carried out this programme below the patronage of Vice Chancellor Prof. Raghavendra P. Tiwari. The keynote speaker of the programme was Shri Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH, G.O.I. Dr. Anasuya Roy, Founder and CEO, Nanosafe Solutions Pvt. Ltd. joined the programme as a particular visitor.
At the beginning of the programme, Prof. R.Okay. Wusirika, Dean Incharge Academics, delivered a welcome handle. While introducing the keynote speaker, he shared that Prof. Kotecha is an Indian Ayurveda Physician who obtained Padma Shri Award for Medicine in 2015. Dr. Sabyasachi Senapati and Dr. Preeti Khetarpal put a lightweight on the programme theme.
The keynote speaker Shri Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary Ministry of Ayush, spoke concerning the Ayush Initiatives during COVID-19. He said that Ayurveda is science which is an assemblage of the physique, thoughts, senses and soul therefore collectively known as as life. He knowledgeable that Ayurveda has been divided into 4 sorts corresponding to Hitayu, Ahitayu, Sukhayu, Dukhayu that are the necessary keys for a wholesome life. He highlighted that Ayurveda believes in imparting Sukhayu and Hitayu. In later a part of his lecture he mentioned varied initiatives taken up by ministry of AYUSH during COVID-19 occasions, which incorporates coaching programmes, establishing new interdisciplinary analysis collaborations for crucial analysis & promotion of varied herbs as immune-modulators.
The second speaker Dr. Anasuya Roy, founder and chief government officer of Nanosafe Solutions briefed concerning the ‘Universal Masking and its function as a weapon in opposition to Covid-19 Pandemic’. Later she talked about her progressive startup known as “Nanosafe Solutions” which has launched an antimicrobial and washable face masks “NSafe”, which is reusable as much as 50 launderings. She additionally shared about Rubsafe sanitizer which is zero-alcohol formulation which is efficient for twenty-four hours and is protected to be utilized on child’s pores and skin.
In his presidential remarks, Vice Chancellor Prof. Raghavendra P. Tiwari expressed his gratitude in direction of the keynote speaker and visitor speaker for his or her ideas on the programme theme. He emphasised that the well being of human being depends on the well being of our cosmos and we should always put finest efforts to develop a clear atmosphere by adopting sustainable growth targets. He asserted that the scenario of COVID-19 has reaffirmed that our Indian dietary traditions present us higher immunity and retains us wholesome in numerous climate seasons.
Towards the tip, Dr. Monisha Dhiman, President IIC and Coordinator NSS, proposed a proper vote of thanks. CUPB school, employees, students and college students nearly attended this programme by means of an internet platform.