TMBU: Tips given by Dr. Rajiv Sinha to research students, said – research is pending on many unexplored aspects at the local level

TMBU: Tips given by Dr. Rajiv Sinha to research students, said – research is pending on many unexplored aspects at the local level

 Research scholars should be very careful in choosing the topic for research. There are many such unexplored aspects in and around Bhagalpur, which have not been researched so far. Subjects like the history, their status, migration of different communities living on the banks of the Ganges are important. These things were said by Dr. Rajiv Kumar Sinha in the PG History Department of Tilkamanjhi Bhagalpur University (TMBU) at the inauguration of Research Methodology class on Saturday. He has also been the former Head of History, CCDC and Registrar.

He stressed the importance of research on the history of Bhagalpur in the 18th and 19th centuries for the students of modern India. Dr. Sinha gave his views on various aspects of research. Emphasis was placed on selecting the research topics according to their interest. Along with this, he spoke on the selection of research topics from regional level to all India level.

The program was started by Dr. Ashok Kumar Sinha, Head of PG History by welcoming the guests. Addressing the students, he said that the students of ancient India should have knowledge of Tibet, Pali language along with Vikramshila. Similarly, the students of Midival can also get hold of Persian language. They can take help from the teacher of PG Persian department of TMBU. Students of modern India should take help of various libraries and other resources including their archives. Hard work is also necessary to build the quality of research.

At the end of the program, the students also answered their questions to the guests. Dr. Radhika Mishra delivered the vote of thanks. The program was also addressed by Dr. KK Mandal of the department, Dr. Rajshekhar, Dr. Ravi Shankar Chaudhary, teacher of TNB College. On this occasion a large number of students were present for Research Methodology including Dr. Anand Kumar Jha. The head informed that the process of enrollment in Research Methodology course in PG History has been stopped. With this the class has started on Saturday. 

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Heavy rain warning in Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, and Darbhanga, and the possibility of a thunderstorm in 18 districts today

Heavy rain warning in Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, and Darbhanga, and the possibility of a thunderstorm in 18 districts today

There is a possibility of rain in all the districts of Bihar today. Moderate to heavy rainfall may occur in some districts. Today there is a warning of heavy rain in four districts of North Bihar, Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, and Darbhanga. Also, there is a possibility of thunderstorms in 18 districts. An appeal has been made to the people of these districts to be careful regarding this. On Sunday, only seven districts of Bihar received rain.

The 18 districts of North Bihar and South Bihar where thunderstorms and moderate rainfall are likely are East Champaran, West Champaran, Gopalganj, Siwan, Saran, Darbhanga, Madhubani, Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Muzaffarpur, Vaishali, Samastipur, Buxar, Bhabua, Rohtas, Aurangabad, and Arwal are included. There is a possibility of thunderstorms with rain in all the areas of these districts.

On the other hand, light or moderate rainfall may occur at most places of Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Purnia, Katihar, Madhepura, and Saharsa in Northeast Bihar. Light rain and lightning are likely to occur at one or two places in 13 districts of south-central and southeast Bihar. These districts include Patna, Gaya, Jehanabad, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Bhagalpur, Munger, Banka, Jamui and Khagaria.

Most rain in Kishanganj

On Sunday, Kishanganj received the highest rainfall of 14.4 mm. Light rain has occurred at one or two places of Purnia, Katihar, Araria, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, and Begusarai. The highest temperature on Sunday was 37.8 degrees Celsius in Buxar. Aurangabad was in second place where the temperature was recorded at 37.7 degrees. The average temperature in all the districts including Patna, and Gaya was between 34 and 37 degrees. The lowest temperature was recorded in Saharsa at 32.5 degrees Celsius.

people will get relief from the heat

According to the Meteorological Center Patna, the flow of east and southeast wind remains up to 1.5 km above the surface in the whole of Bihar. Its speed is about eight to 10 kilometers per hour. Simultaneously, an East-West trough is passing from the cyclonic circulation area formed over North-West Rajasthan to the Bay of Central West Bengal at 1.5 km above sea level through East Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and South Odisha. With the rains, people will get relief from the heat.

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