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Academic Staff College, New Delhi, Delhi
New Delhi
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110025


Academic Staff College, New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Academic Staff College, New Delhi Delhi is Prof. S. Hasan Mahmud.

Academic Staff College is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Academic Staff College, New Delhi Delhi is 011-26926051, +91(11) 26981717, Extn.: 4200, 4202, 4203, 4204.


Contact Details of Academic Staff College, New Delhi Delhi are : 011-26926049, 26981717 Extn.4201


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Academic Staff College, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Misc stream(s).


Approval details: Academic Staff College is affiliated with Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi



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Refresher course in Business studies starts

Manjeet Singh, Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala inaugurated the Refresher Course in Business Studies today organized by Academic Staff College, Punjabi University, Patiala. Teachers from Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi are participating in this course.

Director, Academic Staff College, Punjabi University, Patiala Narinder K. Dogra highlighted the achievements of Academic Staff College and stated that this is the 14th Refresher Course which is being organized now. The Course Coordinator of the Refresher Course J.S. Pasricha, Professor, Department of Commerce, and Dean, Faculty of Business Studies welcomed the participants and gave a synopsis of the objectives of the Refresher Course.


AU professor to study bird hits at airport

Director of Academic Staff College and senior professor zoology, Andhra University Prof. B. Bharatalakshmi will take a up a project to study bird-hit hazards in the city airport and submit recommendations to prevent them.

The city airport witnessed a series of bird hits since the new runway was opened for night landing. Last week, Spice Jet suffered two bird hits and of them one caused serious damage to the turbo engine grounding the aircraft.

Talking to this correspondent, Prof. Bharatalakshmi said that she had been asked by INS Dega officials to conduct a study on birds and their behavioural pattern and recommend measures so that the hazards could be mitigated.

The professor and her team will take at least one year, covering three seasons, to study bird movement, types of species found in the airport vicinity, their number, flight path and direction and perching data, observing them in different seasons in the year.

Though the request came recently, Prof. Bharatalakshmi has been studying the pattern of bird movement and the kind of species seen in the airport area since the last two years. The local airport has never experienced a bird hit till it was opened for morning and night operations.

The professor said that during her survey conducted during the last two years, she found water logging in the airport during monsoons attracting small herons, lapwings and cormorants. The open garbages were feeding grounds for crows and mynas. The professor assured that without waiting for a formal letter from INS Dega, she would take up the project since she did not want to miss a season.

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