Adamas University hosted an alumni Reunion on 23rd January, 2020. The photographs of‘ Alumni Reunion’ i.e. I – CUBE.
Titled I-Cube, the Career Development Cell (CDC) of Adamas University held a day-long programme at the Convocation Centre of Adamas Knowledge City
Adamas University held its 3rd Convocation. 243 Under Graduates and 63 Post Graduate students received their degrees.
Every year since 1985, the Government of India observes 12th January, the Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda as National Youth Day. To quote from the Government of India's Communication, “it was felt that the philosophy of Swamiji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.”
Swami Vivekananda once said, “Whatever you think, that you will be. If you think yourselves weak, weak you will be; if you think yourselves strong, strong you will be.”
Adamas University also celebrated “National Youth Day” on 12th January 2020(Sunday) from 9.30 am to 1 pm in Adamas University Auditorium.
Residential Students from different Schools performed Song, Recitation, Dance and drama, related to Swami Vivekananda's thought.
Swami Puruseshananda Maharaj Ji from Barasat Ramakrishna Mission was our Chief Guest. He came along with his two disciples. Mr. Biswajit Das Sir (Sr. General Manager) falicited to Swami Puruseshananda Maharaj.Registrar sir,Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. Jyotsna Yagnik madam, Dr Ripon Bhattacharya ,Dr Arpan Manna, Dr Nav Kumar Mahato, Dr Parimal Biswas, Prof Animika De Amin,Prof. Joy Chowdhury,Prof Rupanwita Das Mahapatra were present on that day. Few hostel students were also present.
It was a wonderful speech by Maharaj and then Biswajit sir and ProVice Chancellor mam also given a motivational speech to students .Performance by students were excellent.
On 22-24 th November, 2019 18th Asian University President Forum (AUPF 2019) was hosted by Daffodil University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Forum had seen 76 delegates of 40 universities from 13 countries from Asia and Europe, among those were founders, Chancellors, Vice- Chancellors, Rectors, Presidents, Professors and other distinguished guests.
Adamas University was represented in the Forum by Prof. Samit Ray, Chancellor and Dr. Parimal Chandra Biswas, Dean, Students Affairs and International Relations. Adamas University signed MoU with Daffodil University, Bangladesh and Petra Christian University, Indonesia. On behalf of Adamas University MoU was signed by Prof. Samit Ray, Chancellor. On behalf of Daffodil University MOU was signed by Prof. Dr. Yusuf M. Islam, Vice- Chancellor, Daffodil University. On Behalf of Petra Christian University MOU was signed by Mr. Djwantoro Hardjito, Rector.
Prof. Samit Ray honoured some of the honourable guests, members of the Standing Committee of AUPF 2019 by handing over them mementos of Adamas University, like Professor Dr. Kazi Shahidullah ( Chairman, University Grant Commission of Bangladesh), Dr. Sabur Khan ( Founder-Chairman, Daffodil University, President of AUPF 2019), Dr. Govindasamy Viswanathan ( Founder-Chancellor, Vellor Institute of Technology, India, President of AUPF 2020), Mr. Mingying Zhuang (Honorary President, Chaoshan College, Guangdong, China) and other distinguished guests.
The 18th Asian University President Forum (AUPF 2019) in Dhaka, Bangladesh focused on entrepreneurial education and experiential learning. Honourable Education Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. Dipu Moni highlighted in Her inaugural speech the importance of making students life- long learners. Dr. Sabur Khan, President of AUPF 2019 emphasised on learning best practices of education from one another.
It was our great privilege to welcome and host Honourable Andrew Ford, Consul-General of Australia in Kolkata, India at Adamas University on 30th October, 2019.
Hon'ble Mr. Andrew Ford was welcome by professor Samit Ray, Chancellor of Adamas University. He had meetings and discussions with the The Leadership and the Professors at Adamas University concerning roles and contributions of Australian government in development of education, business and cultural relations with India and specifically in West Bengal. The Consul- General highlighted that his visit to Adamas University symbolizes a new page of growing favourable and constructive relations between two great nations of Australia and India.
Adamas University students ringed in festivities in style with the Adamas Agomoni Utsav. Our students showcased their talents and put on a great show filled with brilliant performances. The cultural programme painted the entire campus with a festive brush. Some glimpses from this fantastic effort
The 5th batch of Adamas University, based out of Barasat, had a roaring start with stalwarts on campus pitching with multifarious ideas addressing the 1200 strong new batch.