Wednesday 6 January 2016

Nims Chairman Dr. Balbir Singh Tomar- The guest of honor at IAFS 2015

Dr. Balbir Singh Tomar, Chairman of Nims University attended the third India Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) 2015 in Delhi from 26th-29th October 2015. He was the guest of honour along with the heads of the government of 54 nations across Africa and the Indian Government. It was a 5 day summit which involved official level meeting between the head of States/governments of India and Africa. 

The India Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) celebrates the partnership between the two countries and acknowledges their common history and future prospects. It is held once in every three years and serves as an official platform for the relationships between Africa and India. It is a landmark occasion which marks the relationships of the African continent and India. India and Africa share a historic relationship which has evolved into a sustainable partnership. Both the countries have faced the challenges of colonialism and apartheid.

Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar stated that we want to travel far on the path of development and we want to travel together with our African friends and partners, in the true spirit of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas (Together with all, Development for all).

Sushma Swaraj, the IAFS External Affairs Minister highlighted the spirit of cooperation and partnership between the countries focusing on the concept of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.” She said that the third India-Africa Forum Summit in Delhi was like a ‘family reunion’ and pointed to the shared history of struggle against imperialism, colonialism, racial discrimination and apartheid between the countries. 

Ms. Swaraj further added that India has always stood for and with Africa. The relationship between the two countries is forged in the crucible of the shared struggle against imperialism, colonialism, racial discrimination and apartheid. The longstanding and multifaceted India-Africa development partnership is based on the principles of equality, friendship and solidarity. It represents one of the finest examples of South-South cooperation.

Monday 28 December 2015

Dr. Balbir Singh Tomar addressed at Infant Protection Day

Prof. Dr. Balbir S. Tomar (Chairman and Chancellor – Nims University) on Infant Protection Day addressed the medical fraternity and the pediatric society, the importance of infant care. Infants are small, helpless, and needful newborns and need their parents or caregivers to take care of them. They need a lot of attention. Sometimes, providing that care as a new parent or caregiver can seem daunting. Take a deep breath, it gets easier once you learn about your infants basic needs and how to provide for them.

Childcare for infants and toddlers is important for their proper upbringing. Children in their tender age need more care & protection, if done well, can enrich children’s early experience.

Unfortunately, although more and more children in this country are moving into group care at younger ages and for longer periods of time, we are missing opportunities to provide quality care. Indeed, current practices in many infant/ toddler child care settings actually hinder caregivers, children, and parents from forming and sustaining the deep, responsive, and respectful relationships that are the hallmark of quality.

The six key components of early group experience are group size; quality of the physical environment; primary care giving assignments; continuity of care; cultural and familial continuity; and meeting the needs of the individual within the group context. How these components of group care are addressed determines, to a large extent, the opportunities for responsive care giving and caring relationships in infant/toddler child care.

Saturday 19 December 2015

NIMS University Mega placement Drive 2015

Prof. Dr. Balbir Singh Tomar backings 'Youthful Artist of Ravindra Rangmanch Theatre'

Society and customs are a critical part of a nation. Social customs hold a mirror to the qualities and convictions of a group. They guarantee that these qualities and convictions are transmitted from one era to the next. They likewise act like a bringing together string reinforcing a feeling of group and amicability. Advancing society and convention is vital for saving the convictions of our predecessors and keeping up the association with them. With the vision of advancing the way of life of India, , Prof. (Dr.) Balbir Singh Tomar, the Chairman of Nims University, bolstered the 'Young Artist of Ravindra Rangmanch Theatre' and gave them the chance to showcase their ability at Nims University.

The play titled 'Khabsurat Bahu' was performed at Nims Theatre. It depended on the way of life of towns and their convictions. Every one of the specialists of Ravindra Rangmach Theater are exceptionally gifted and performed greatly well. Their diligent work and endeavors are apparent from their remarkable exhibitions. The play got a gigantic reaction and gratefulness from the crowd. It was an awesome activity by Nims University to make the adolescent mindful about the way of life and conventions of the nation. The college solidly has confidence in the general development and improvement of its understudies in every single field. There is no utilization of instructive capabilities if one does not have the essential human qualities and standards. 

Prof. Tomar said that by advancing theatres, we can protect and scatter our way of life. It is vital to make the adolescent mindful about the way of life and customs of dynamic India. Such plays spotlight on the qualities and temperances which ought to be developed by everybody. Alongside stimulation, they are an incredible learning background for the understudies. The college anticipates other such occasions concentrating on the way of life and conventions of our nation.

Monday 7 December 2015

NIMS Chairman Addresses on “ World Cancer Awareness Day”

Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar (Chairman & Chancellor Nims University) speaks up for cancer and refers to a group of diseases which share similar characteristics. Cancer can affect all living cells in the body, at all ages and in both genders. The causes are multi factorial and the disease process differs at different sites. Tobacco is the single most important identified risk factor for cancer, he said.

Dr. Tomar said that “Many cancers can be prevented by not smoking, not drinking too much alcohol and maintaining a healthy weight, eating plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole grains, being vaccinated against certain infectious diseases, not eating too much processed and red meat, and avoiding too much exposure to sunlight”

He said “When cancer begins, it invariably produces no symptoms. Signs and symptoms only appear as the mass continues to grow or ulcerates. The findings that result depend on the type and location of the cancer. Few symptoms are specific, with many of them also frequently occurring in individuals who have other conditions.”

The control of cancer requires the effective implementation of knowledge derived from more than two decades of successful research. It is now known that over one-third of cancers are preventable, and one-third potentially curable provided they are diagnosed early in their course.

Further, the quality of life of patients with incurable disease can be improved with intense mcare. “Financial and geographic constraints, and lack of manpower have contributed to the urban concentration of facilities. A large number of cancers diagnosed in the population are not treated,”.

Friday 27 November 2015

Dusshera Celebration at NIMS University

Keeping the festive spirit alive, Dussehra was celebrated on 22nd October 15 at NIMS ground. Various activities including speeches on Dussehra, Poetic Ramayana and a dance on Hanuman Chalisa glorified the occasion. To mark Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil, the effigy of Ravana was burnt along with which students burnt one evil habit each that they had written on paper slips, while promising to shun it. Honourable Chairman & Chancellor of NIMS University Prof.( Dr.) Balbir S. Tomar blessed the Nims Fraternity and students, while inspiring them to follow the path of truth.