World Education & Skill Conclave – 2017
Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S Tomar, Chairman & Chancellor, Nims University was felicitated with “Life time Achievement Award” during the World Education & Skill Conclave – 2017 on 7th September, 2017 (Thursday) in India International Centre at New Delhi. Dr. Tomar was conferred this award for his outstanding work as an Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. Dr Tomar is the founder of Nims University & Nims Hospital which is institutions of global excellence.
Prof. (Dr.) Tomar is a professor of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition, Director of Institute of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Director of Institute of organ transplant and Chair of institute of stem cells and regenerative medicine. He has often been acknowledged for his contribution to the industry with fellowships and awards from many national and international agencies. He is also the Chairman of the National Council of Skill Development (ASSOCHAM) and Member Board of Directors, National Accreditation Board Education and Training (NABET).
The distinguished guest of the occasion were Mr. Arif Mohammed Khan (Former Union Cabinet Minister & Renowned Author), Prof. (Dr.) A. P. Mittal (Member Secretary, AICTE), Prof. (Dr.) K. K. Aggarwal (Chancellor, K.R. Mangalam University and mentor CEGR), Dr. Sonali Sinha (COO, Tourism and Hospitality Council, National Skill Development Council) and Mr. Ravish Roshan (Executive Secretary, Centre for Education Growth & Research) and Prof. (Dr.) A K Puri , Director General, ITS Group of Institutions. After receiving the award, Chairman and chancellor of NIMS University Prof. (Dr.) Tomar said, “I would like to thank guest and member of the world education & Skill conclave, CEGR and Round the clock service for awarding me with this honour. Nims University has also been recognized as the Best University in India of the year. It completely deserves the title because NIMS faculty has always gone a step ahead to make sure that not only their students score the maximum marks but also grow individualistically.