The seminar, held on January 20, 2024, brought together distinguished speakers, each an expert in their respective fields. Prof. Subhashis Sahu, Dr. Rama Chandra Rout, Dr. sc. ETH Mark Füllemann, and Dr. Malay Kumar Pradhan shared profound insights on stress management, communicable diseases, preventive measures, daily management behavior, and workplace safety.
The interactive sessions provided a platform for engaging discussions, allowing attendees to delve into the nuances of health and safety. The distinguished visitors shared their expertise, fostering an environment conducive to learning and exchange. Visitor remarks and feedback were not only encouraging but also immensely valuable, offering a diverse range of perspectives on creating a secure academic environment.
Centurion University, recognized for its commitment to academic excellence and holistic development, spearheaded this initiative to emphasize the significance of health and safety in the academic setting. The university continues to be at the forefront of initiatives that prioritize the well-being of its students, staff, and faculty.
The collaboration between Centurion University and Indo-German Focal Point marked a significant step toward fostering global partnerships. The seminar served as a platform for shared learning and expertise, contributing to the ongoing collaboration between the two institutions. This partnership aims to enhance academic and cultural ties with a shared mission of promoting health, safety, and social security in academic environments.
As the event concluded successfully, the insights gained will undoubtedly serve as a blueprint for future initiatives. The seminar not only emphasized the importance of health and safety but also highlighted the power of collaborative efforts in creating a secure and thriving academic community.
In essence, the Health, Safety & Social Security Seminar at Centurion University was more than an event; it was a collective commitment to fostering an environment where knowledge flourishes and well-being takes precedence. This marks the beginning of a new chapter in the university’s ongoing efforts to create a safe and enriching learning experience for all.