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DAV Institute of Management organized a session on Discovery of God through Quantum Physics and Bhagavad Gita


The word “Gita” means “song” in Sanskrit, and “Bhagavad” is an adjective derived from “Bhagavan,” which translates to “God” or “the Divine.” Thus, the Bhagavad Gita can be translated as the “Divine Song” or the “Song of God.”

Resource person Dr. Mohinder Pratap Singh, a cardiologist by profession oriented staff members about what makes the Bhagavad Gita even more intriguing, is its profound impact on a diverse array of brilliant minds from various scientific disciplines, including quantum physics, philosophy, and psychology. The Bhagavad Gita’s legacy has been in the minds of many visionary Physicists Albert Einstein, Robert Oppenheimer, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg to name a few.

The ancient wisdom found within the Bhagavad Gita provided these scientists with profound insights and a deeper understanding of the universe’s complexities. While they approached their scientific work through rigorous methodologies and mathematical formulations, their encounters with the Gita sparked contemplation on the nature of reality, consciousness and the human condition.

Dr. Satish Ahujaa Principal Director, DAVIM also shared his views on various aspects of life and concluded that for those who have conquered the mind and their karma – it is their friend but for those who have failed to do so their mind works like an enemy so let’s all try to conquer our mind through self-realization, self-exploration and by managing The Self. 

He appreciated the efforts of FDP Convener / Vice Principal Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora and its team members Dr. Ashima, Dr. Parul Nagi, Dr. Shobha Bhatia, Ms. Pooja Gour and Dr. Kavita for organizing such a thoughtful session. Session ended with a thanks note to all the faculty members for their patience listening and participation. 

About DAVIM: DAV INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, NCR (Faridabad) was established on 12th October 1997 by DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi, with Vedic values embedded in the educational vision. The institute is affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak which is NAAC accredited with an institutional score of 80-85 percent. It is among the few most preferred institutions in NCR for Management & IT education. DAV Institute of Management started its functioning with its MBA program with a batch of only 30 students and 5 faculty members in 1997 and today it has catapulted itself to an excellent learning ambience in a span of two decades by providing 8 courses at post graduate and undergraduate levels. The DAVIM has toiled incessantly and takes pride in the fact that the number of students has increased from 30 to more than 2000. The faculty strength has grown from 5 to 100 plus.

The offerings are two post graduate programmes:

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) – a regular 2 years degree programme 
  • Master of Computer Applications (MCA)-a two year regular degree programme.

At Undergraduate level, the courses offered are also in Business Administration and Computer Applications: 

  • BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration),
  • BBA-CAM (Bachelor in Business Administration-Computer Aided Management),
  • BBA-Ind. Int. (Bachelor in Business Administration-Industry Integrated),
  • BBA-BE (Bachelor in Business Administration-(Business Economics),
  • BCA (Bachelor in Computer Applications),
  • B.Sc.(H) Computer Science.

The infrastructural facilities are its best including fully equipped class rooms and labs, safe drinking water facility, safety equipments like fire extinguisher system and equipments, disabled friendly structures and green energy system (solar system) to cater to a part of the energy requirement.
DAVIM takes pride having established its identity in NCR where it is the most sought after B-school and also attracts students from all parts of the country. High achiever alumni of the institute add feather to the cap.


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