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  • The month of September begins with a tribute to teachers, followed by a mid-month celebration of our Founder-Chancellor's birthday and ends with the beckoning of the second season of monsoon.
    Besides many special days to celebrate in the month of September, two of the best are 'Read a th th Book Day' and 'Buy a Book Day' which are observed on the 6 and 7 of every September. The former is a day about reviving the waning medium – so many of us choose the television and resort to films, over a book. Created in 2012, the latter marks the cultural and economic importance of buying books.
    In our September issue, Global News brings out the announcement that COVID-19 was not lab-made as rumored earlier and that it has been harnessed by bats for more than 40 years, now. Believe it or Not features a giant leap in the field of man-machine interface by planning to develop an implant, Neuralink which may aid in Brain-Machine interface hoping to help people with neurological disorders to perform certain basic functions wirelessly with the help
    of their neural signals.

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  • Cherished Readers,

    Bridges conducted its annual anniversary competitions to select the best entries in poetry, art 
    work and photography. It was heartening to note the healthy competitive spirit from entries 
    received from participants of the same classes and the equal enthusiasm shown by students, 
    faculty members and staff, alike. 

    The imperial month of August is known for many things, including the National Smile 
    Week, reminding us to take that extra mile to smile and be a reason for others' smile. 

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  • A long journey of more than a decade all started with one small powerful thought to bring like- minded people together as a team. We exclaim with joy as Bridges steps into another new year. We are happy to set the celebrations rolling for the 12" Anniversary of Bridges. It is deeply heartening to note that many readers have contributed to various competitions.
    In India, the National Doctors' Day is celebrated on July 1" to honour the legendary physician and the second Chief Miruster of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. He was born on July 1“, 1882. This is the time to pay tribute to the selfless service rendered by all doctors, especially amidst the pandemic, COVID-19. Working continuously and putting their own health in danger, this day gives a perfect opportunity to salute their contributions to the society at large.

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  • The undergraduate course on Biomedical Sciences (BMS) at SRIHER is an honors course. This four-year honors program is extensive and expansive, covering a diverse range of subjects and specializations. Further, our choice based credit system gives the students a perfect portfolio for applying to master's programs or doctoral programs globally soon after completing their Bachelor's degree. This enables the students to gain the exposure they need to venture out into the intense world of research. 

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  • Fennel Hudson claims, “May, more than any other month of the year, wants us to feel most alive.” We must call it a factual quote indeed, as amidst all chaos this comforting line spreads streaks of hope far and wide.
    A new biobank known as the Microbiota Vault recently received the go ahead signal to move on to the pilot stage. The ultimate goal is to gather beneficial microorganisms from human populations whose microbiomes are uncompromised by antibiotics, processed diets and other ill effects of modern society, divulges Global News. It is one of the best ways to guard our rich natural resources for future generations near the 'Doomsday' Vault' where the world's 930,000 varieties of food crop seeds are kept in Norway's Svalbard Archipelago.

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  • Let us celebrate our sun-drenched days and starlit nights as the warmth of summer summons growth and goodwill...
    Alternatives to existing technology are not new but this progression is astounding. DNA can accurately pack massive amounts of data at a density far exceeding that of electronic devices and it does not require much energy storing it. It is absolutely mind-boggling to note that DNA is the next big step in data storage as made known in Believe it or not. 

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  • The month of March marks the spring season in full swing, being sunny and bright, filling-in hope and joy in every form of life...
    I welcome the new members of the team who have joined Bridges to carry the torch of camaraderie... It is also time to thank all the stalwarts of the previous teams who were the backbones carrying Bridges thus far, to what it is today. The world in general has seen a vast change in March 2020. Though the panic wave of COVID-19 keeps us contemplating the melancholy, we saw how the world displayed the best of its kindness, friendliness & togetherness.
    We witnessed how help flowed in from all directions to fight the crisis. 

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  • The month of February emphasizes the importance of love in our lives, to get rid of hatred and
    embrace each other for a better world.
    The conclave on 'Emerging Frontiers in Healthcare & Research' brought together research and academia on one platform to facilitate interactions among various stakeholders so that better linkages are built for health education and meeting the healthcare demands of people. Rapid reviews and continuing medical education programs held regularly by the various departments are very vital for healthcare providers. Besides aiding knowledge transfer, they provide a great opportunity to network with experts in the field, refine skills and gain a broader knowledge for professional growth.

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  • January symbolises fresh beginnings of a new year with new hopes & possibilities and is the time to reflect on our past to create a better future.
    The harvest festival involves understanding of interesting mythologies and joyous celebrations in the campus that let us experience the exquisiteness of the Indian culture.The faculty and students of SRIHER have such a surfeit of awards and rewards that stand a testimony to their competence & excellence. This month has seen no less of these credentials in both scientific and sports forums.Eating right and staying fit being emphasized through guest lectures and walkathon in the campus is the need of the hour. Eating the wrong foods reduces our energy level and prevents our mind from serving us to its fullest capacity. Obesity – the modern day epidemic has worrisome health implications; we need to empower ourselves to make necessary lifestyle choices that will ensure a lifetime of good health.

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