: CUSB team second runner up in national level Mutcourt competition

: CUSB team second runner up in national level Mutcourt competition

Continuing their excellent performance in the national level Mutcourt competitions, students of the School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) have made it to the top three in a competition. The team of students of Law Department was the second runner up in the first NJ Yashasvi Virtual National Environment Law Moot Court Competition organized by ICFAI University Dehradun. The CUSB team comprised of Rashmi Sinha, Sudhanshu Sachan and Shashank Shekhar respectively and were given cash prize money along with other prizes.

Congratulating the successful students, Vice Chancellor Professor Kameshwar Nath Singh and Registrar Col Rajiv Kumar Singh have appreciated the faculty of the department for this achievement. Moot Court coordinator Professor Sanjay Srivastava, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Das, Poonam Kumari, Dr. Dev Narayan Singh, Dr. Digvijay Singh, Dr. Anant Narayan, Dr. Pallavi Singh, Mani Pratap along with Dean and Chairman Professor Pawan Kumar Mishra on the achievement of the students of the department. And Dr Kumari Neetu has praised her

Regarding the competition, Prof. Pawan Kumar Mishra, Chairman of the Department and Public Relations Officer, Mr. Mudassir Alam informed that the winning team has been given an amount of Rs.5000 and they will also be given a certificate. He said that all the students of the school are performing one after the other in the Moot Court competition. Mani Pratap, Assistant informed that the winning team will get 3 months membership of Manupatra, environmental course on Law Skills as well as internship opportunity in the chamber of Deputy Advocate General Manoj Gorkela (Advocate Supreme Court) as a reward. All the three students attributed their success to Prof. Pawan Kumar Mishra and Prof. Sanjay Kumar Srivastava, Faculty Coordinator, Moot Court Society. who have consistently guided and supported him.

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Corona vaccine will be surveyed in every house of Muzaffarpur

Corona vaccine will be surveyed in every house of Muzaffarpur

The campaign will run on 27 October and 7 November to speed up the corona vaccination. Civil Surgeon Dr. Vinay Kumar Sharma took feedback from all the PHC in-charges regarding this. The vaccination campaign will be run on the basis of the Health Department survey list. The Civil Surgeon said that the list of surveys conducted by ASHA and Anganwadi Sevika has been provided to every PHC in-charge. Based on this, vaccination will be given by organizing camps at the Panchayat level. Apart from this, the second dose of corona vaccine is also less in five blocks. Those who have taken the first dose in the last nine months are no longer coming to take the second dose. After searching for such people, they will be given a second dose. The team of Health Department will go to his house and make him aware and give him the vaccine. After the vaccination started on January 16 in five blocks, the target was set according to the population, But even after a lapse of nine months, the vaccination is not being done accordingly. The Civil Surgeon said that preparations for the vaccination campaign have been completed. Vaccines will be sent to all places on time. 

Now vaccine will be applied with corona test at railway junction

Muzaffarpur: The work of corona vaccination has started at the railway junction. Civil Surgeon Dr. Vinay Kumar Sharma said that this center would be beneficial for the people coming and going from outside at the railway junction to get the vaccination done. It will work in two shifts. Vaccination will be done from 7 am to 9 pm. Here both the first and second doses of corona vaccine will be given.

Vipin Pathak, manager of Sadar Hospital said that apart from Sadar Hospital, opening of the center at the junction will also save people from the crowd. The CS said that those who are coming from outside on the occasion of the festival are also being investigated for their corona. In addition, arrangements for vaccination have also been made.

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