Edesia Food Safety Workshop 2023
Edesia, the Department of Food Technology at Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, University of Delhi, participated in the SDG Championship 2023 by hosting an informative workshop on the topic of FOOD BORNE DISEASES. This enlightening workshop took place on September 19, 2023.
Nine students from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd years of the college were selected to represent the department and act as speakers for the workshop. The main objective of this event was to raise awareness about food borne diseases, infections, and the preventive measures that can be taken to avoid them.
The student presenters delivered a compelling presentation on various aspects, including food borne infections, sources of infection, and specific diseases like Pathogenesis, Shigellosis, Cholera, and more. The audience was captivated by the presentation, gaining a deeper understanding of the problems and their potential solutions. The workshop encouraged interaction, allowing the students to engage in a meaningful Q&A session after the presentation.
This workshop provided an excellent opportunity for the student speakers to represent the department and share valuable knowledge. The insights gained from this workshop are expected to be applied in their daily lives, enhancing their understanding and application of food safety measures.
ARDUINO CODING WORKSHOP
The first day of the workshop was marked by enthusiastic participation from students in classes V to IX, as they delved into the world of Arduino coding. The event was made even more special by the collaboration of Kumar Utkarsh, a dedicated school alumnus who is currently pursuing his BTech degree at DTU.
Utkarsh’s involvement in this academic exchange brought a unique blend of knowledge and experience to the workshop. His background in BTech studies at DTU added a layer of real-world application to the learning process, inspiring the young students to explore coding and technology with a practical perspective.
The workshop provided an interactive platform for the students to engage with Arduino coding concepts. They learned to create and manipulate code, turning their ideas into functional projects. Utkarsh’s presence not only added value through his technical insights but also served as a source of inspiration, showcasing the potential of what they could achieve through continued learning and dedication.
Workshop on the Life of an Entrepreneu
Mock Model United Nations (MUN)
The Judge of UNHRC, Mr Vaibhav Chitkara, played a crucial role in moderating the discussions and guiding the committee towards creating productive and constructive solutions for human rights issues. Meanwhile, Lok Sabha was chaired by Mr Anurag Pandey, who managed the parliamentary procedures and ensured that the discussions remained focused on key issues such as religious extremism and matters of national concern. The committee was able to pass several resolutions that addressed these issues and received positive feedback from the judges. In the AIPPM committee, Mr Sankalp Jha and Mr Namit Chitkara acted as judges and monitored the discussions regarding various political issues like National Security and Sedition law. The delegates put forth their views and ideas on these topics and worked towards creating solutions that would benefit the country as a whole.
The participants were praised by the judges for their exceptional performance and hard work. The judges also offered constructive criticism that would help the participants to improve further.
The proud winners of different committees are:
2. Anvi Bisht and Jhansi Chawla
3. Vihan Verma
2. Aman Mishra
3. Hitaishi Biswas
2. Anshika Pokhriyal
3. Shirish Rawat
Overall, it was a great success, allowing participants to hone their debating and negotiation skills. They gained deeper understanding of international affairs and hence improved their knowledge of parliamentary procedures.