Department of Microbiology, School of Life Science and Technology Hosts Inspiring Exhibition of 'Art out of Recycled Materials'

We are pleased to announce that the Department of Microbiology at the School of Life Science and Technology recently organized an inspiring exhibition entitled "Art out of Recycled Materials". The event saw enthusiastic participation from students, who utilized waste material to create their own unique pieces of art.

The exhibition was graced with the presence of Dean Dr. Navneet Sharma, Deputy Dean Dr. Mukta Sharma, and all the Heads of Departments including Dr. Surabhi Singhal, Dr. Shubha Dwivedi, Dr. Sangeeta Sharma, and Dr. Abha Verma, along with the faculty members of the School of Life Science and Technology. The students' contributions were truly commendable and marvelous, reflecting their creativity and passion for making a positive impact on the environment.

Dr. Navneet Sharma, the Dean of SLST, motivated the students with his words of encouragement and appreciated the efforts of the students and the organizing team. He expressed his delight at the exhibition's success and the innovative use of waste materials by the students.

The exhibition provided a platform for students to showcase their artistic skills and creativity, while also highlighting the importance of sustainability and waste reduction. The event aimed to inspire students to think creatively and responsibly about waste management and to promote a culture of environmental consciousness.

Overall, the "Art out of Recycled Materials" exhibition was a huge success, with the students' dedication and creativity shining through in their artwork. The Department of Microbiology and the School of Life Science and Technology are proud to have organized this event, and we look forward to more such initiatives that encourage creativity and sustainability in the future.