TERI School of Advanced Studies (TERI SAS), a Deemed to be University, New Delhi organised an induction session for the new students who got themselves enrolled in different Doctorate and Master level programmes of the institute.
The session was organised online in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
The session had messages from the Vice-Chancellor, Deans, Registrar, and other key people who enlightened the new students about TERI SAS as an institute and how this journey will change them and add value to their lives.
The session also included an interactive session by Institution's Innovating Council (IIC) and an alumni session in which our alumnus cherished the memories they made at TERI SAS.
The faculty also shared key inputs with the student which would help them in conducting effective research and raise themselves to the high standards set and practised by TERI SAS over the years.
TERI School of Advanced Studies (TERI SAS), New Delhi, celebrated 74th Independence Day at the Vasant Kunj campus on August 15, 2020. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Manipadma Datta hoisted the national flag at the campus and felicitated COVID warriors for their relentless commitment against the pandemic. Faculty members, students and other staff members joined the celebration online and enjoyed the cultural programme.
The Institute Innovation Council (IIC) at the TERI School, in association with SunAlpha Energy, organized a webinar titled 'Opportunities for beginners in Indian Solar Rooftop Sector’. The session was taken by Mr Puneet Goyal, co-founder, SunAlpha Energy.
Puneet shared his entrepreneurial journey with the students, inspiring them to create their own ventures using innovative business models and technological solutions. More than 40 people actively participated in the session, including students, alumni, faculty and professionals.
“Just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it isn't so.” – Lemony Snicket The quintessential rational behind sustainable development lies in the holistic development of an individual at all the levels. Our society readily focusses on uplifting economic standards of its people but unfortunately sometimes fails to address one important concern – Health and Well Being. In order to abet the need to drive our attention to mental health and well-bring, on 13th Nov’19 TERI School of Advanced Studies (SAS) organized a Mental Health Series workshop named HIMMAT along with renowned development and policy professional, Niharika Sharma. Niharika Sharma is a development and policy professional working with young adults on issues of mental health, gender and sexuality and with vulnerable population groups, seeking sustainable solutions to problems regarding psychological support, sanitation and education among others. This workshop was dedicated to providing sustainable solutions with psychological support and learning new tools for anxiety management and self-care.