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Prof. Kamal Ghanshala, President, GEU

Conference Chair:

Prof. R. C. Joshi, Chancellor, GEU

Conference Directors:

Prof. V. K. Tiwari, Vice Chancellor, GEU

Prof. A. K. 138 more words


The Conference on Emerging Trends in Communication Technologies is being organized with the aim of self upgradation and improvement in teaching skills of the faculty. Communication has been playing and will continue to play a vital role to meet the technical and tactical communication requirements specially in such inhospitable and difficult terrains of the country like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh regions etc. 86 more words

Services offered by the Event management Company in UK

It won’t be an overstatement to say, event management companies are the real event organizers. The planning and event marketing companies thus help businesses and people in strategic planning of the event. 300 more words

Event Management

An Ounce of Organization Is Worth a Pound of Revision (Or, with a Good Organizer, an Essay Virtually Writes Itself)

I don’t know about you, but around 10 years into my career as an English teacher, I got sick and tired of dragging students through essays one paragraph at a time. 1,006 more words


Bullet Journals!

Because I am a meganerd and LOVE stationary than would be considered normal, I have decided to have a go at bullet journaling. It’s basically a notebook and you plan your own journal/diary and it’s a place where you can keep all your notes and thoughts in one place! 56 more words

Happy 45th Anniversary, Daniel Ellsberg -- or why he belongs in my book

I spent a lot of time incorporating the story of the founder of  the Freedom of the Press Foundation into my understanding of the movement to end the Vietnam War, including a brief phone interview of the guy himself about his Marine Corps roots. 1,636 more words

Human Rights

Bayard Rustin had class: a story from Todd Gitlin

Which disguised his radicalism only occasionally.

A story the invaluable Todd Gitlin told me a few years back, which I likely can’t include in the book, but don’t want lost: 146 more words