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Reputed foreign universities pick 9 Shoolini students

Nine students from Shoolini University have been selected for semester exchange at reputed universities in China, Taiwan and South Korea. These students will be provided scholarships by their host universities. 

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When Delhi-based theater group took Shoolini on an emotional ride

Thursday night was special for students and faculty of Shoolini University as the acting prowess of Delhi-based theatre group, Sukhmanch was on full display at the screening of ‘Court Martial’. Popular Indian playwright Swadesh Deepak has penned the play with the design.The direction is by famous theatre personality Shilpi Marwaha. Among the attendees was the Solan Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Kanwar, who was also the chief guest on the occasion.


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Shoolini University’s 3-year B. Sc.(Yoga) gets a kick start

Shoolini University recently launched a slew of new-age courses for their students. One of them, a unique undergraduate program in Yoga (BSc in Yoga), was kick-started recently by Swami KrishnanandaGiri, who is a senior member of the YogodaSatsang Society (YSS) of India.

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Shoolini Student to attend UN Youth Assembly

Yatin Kumar, a B Tech (Food Technology) student of Shoolini University, has been selected for attending and representing India at the United Nations Youth Assembly. He has been fully funded by Shoolini University to attend the conference taking place at New York in August.

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My Shoolini App: The University Goes Virtual

Shoolini University has recently launched My Shoolini App, which is currently available for download on Google Play. The iOS version of this app would be available from 1 September. This mobile-based virtual platform will help its users manage activities such as online attendance and fee payments on the go.

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Shoolini University secures rank in top 150 universities despite great competition

The latest human resource development (HRD) ministry’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF 2017 Ranking),Shoolini University is among the four universities from Himachal Pradesh to be ranked among top150 in the universities category. Shoolini University shares its ranking bracket of 101-150 with Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. 

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Royal Academy of Engineering, London invites Shoolini Prof Atul Thakur to attend the visiting professor annual conference

It is an honour for Shoolini University to announce that one of its professors, Prof. Atul Thakur has been invited to the most prestigious educational institution for engineering in United Kingdom - The Royal Academy of Engineering, for the visiting professor Annual Conference.

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Researchers from School of Chemistry devise process to regenerate and reuse waste engine oil

Shoolini University's School of Chemistry has come up with a novel experiment of regenerating lubricating and engine oil waste. Now patented, the experiment has potential to make waste oil reusable which otherwise would have been disposed, thus adding to the waste. Their project has been titled ‘Regeneration of waste engine oil using Bio-waste derived nano-materials’.

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Shoolini research identifies gene associated with fungal pathogen, published in Journal of Basic Microbiology

If crops are not protected against pathogen attacks, a severe famine isn’t far from reality.A dedicated team of researchers fromthe Faculty of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology at Shoolini University is working towards avoiding food crisis in a manner that it can help crops in all regions of the world. In a latest research, they have discovered a gene that influences growth of the Colletotrichumgloeosporioidespathogen in plants. 

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Three Shoolini Researchers Identify an Immunosensor for Protection of Himachal Cash Crop Capsicum

Three Shoolini University researchers, Anshul Sharma, Ankur Kaushal & Saurabh Kulshrestha, have discovered the potential of an immunosensor at detecting capsicum chlorosis virus in bell pepper. Their study was recently published in the Archive of Virology journal by international publisher Springer. With their research findings, they have introduced a diagnostic technique to detect plant viruses that are superior at presenting detection methods in practice. 

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