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Human Resource Development Center, Integral University successfully organized Special Session on “Health Issues in Ramzan and its Management” on 19th May 2018.

The Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC), Integral University organized a special session on health issues for the holy month of Ramazan. Prof. Kauser Usman, Department of Medicine, KGMU, Lucknow and Dr. Khwaja Tariq Hasan, Naturopathy Expert talked about the Health Issues in Ramzan. Prof. Syed Aqeel Ahmad, Director, HRDC and Dr. Nitin Ranjan Gupta, IIMS&R coordinated the event successfully. Fasting, said the experts, was a physical and spiritual experience that requires a great deal of preparation.

The fasts can improve a person’s health, but – if the correct diet is not followed, it can possibly worsen it. The deciding factor is not the fast itself, but rather what is consumed in the non-fasting hours. The diet should be simple and not differ too much from one’s normal everyday diet. It should contain foods from all the major food groups. He advised not to fast if the diabetic is 300+ mg/dl because it increases the possibility of cardiac diseases. He also drew attention that the holy Quran exempts the sick people from fasting. If such people fast, they harm the body. Dr. Usman said that the best solutions to insulin problems are different exercises. Dr. Khwaja Tariq Hasan, Naturopathy Expert while talking in detail about precautions to be taken during fasts, said that in general, the diet must be balanced and there should not be over eating at the time of breaking of fast. For naturopathy, he talked about mental, physical and spiritual fitness; he explained Asana, Parayana and Meditation. Dr. Hasan strictly emphasized on cleanliness, exercise, diet and 3R (Rest, Relaxation and Recreation). He said that body, mind and soul are Yog. The session ended with a healthy question and answer session.

Faculty of Pharmacy, under the aegis of, Human Resource Development Center, Integral University, Lucknow organized an Interactive Session with Padma Shri Prof. Deepak B. Phatak, from IIT Bombay on the topic ‘Use of ICT in Teaching-Learning Process’.

Session was graced by the benign presence of Dr. Syed Nadeem Akhtar, Dean (Engineering) and Director Planning and Research, Integral University and other dignitaries of the university.

Session started with a welcome address by Dr. Syed Aqeel Ahmad, Director, HRDC, Integral University who warmly welcomed the dignitaries as well as the audience and highlighted the importance of new teaching methods in the changing educational scenario.Prof. Phatak was accorded a floral welcome by bouquet presentation followed by his interactive session. Prof. Phatak gave valuable insights on the significance of teachers in the current state of transformation from traditional pedagogical methods to modern ICT based pedagogy techniques. He also discussed how a teacher individually, and organization, as a whole, can adapt to changing demands of industry to sustain its viability and play an important role in developing younger generation for better aligned learning suiting industry needs. Session concluded with vote of thanks by Dr. Tariq Mahmood, Head-Faculty of Pharmacy, Integral University. The programme witnessed a wide range of participants including Deans of various faculties, Directors, Head of Departments and faculty members.