“Scientific and Social Innovations” under the aegis of Vigyan Utsav 2023 at PWC

The department of Microbiology and Zoology, Patna Women’s College organized the Young
Entrepreneurs Presentation and Product Display on 27th February 2023 on the theme “Scientific and
Social Innovations” under the aegis of Vigyan Utsav 2023.
The event started with the presentation of a short video on how science can be implemented in
startup ideas by young entrepreneurs for the betterment of the society followed by the display of 13
innovative products like Bio detergents, Bio cosmetics, Hair serum, Sanitary pads, Smart shoes,
Natural mouthwash, B Klener.

The products displayed by the students aspiring to be young entrepreneurs were cost effective and
eco-friendly which could be a potential remedy both to environmental and human life thus truly
justifying the theme of the event.
The event was adjudged by Mr. Alok John Dean ,National and International collaboration and
consultancy services, Patna Women’s College, Mr. Sachin Kumar, Founder, Sattuz café ,Mr. Gaurav
Prakash , Chief marketing officer at Blue Medix pharmacy, Patna.
The event was successfully organized under the enthusiastic supervision of the teachers of
both the department.

Prebiotics: A cooking competition on the theme “Make it a Millet Feast” was organized by the Department of Botany & Biotechnology.
Each group Total 23 groups participated were from different departments of the college and outside
college. Each group consisted of a minimum of 3 to maximum participants. Pre-cooked freshly prepared
food items. well displayed made out of milletes as the main ingredients. All the groups were judged on
the were Criteria taste, creativity, Hygiene, and presentation.
The judges for the events include Dr. Sunita kumari Assistant Professor Department of Home Science.
Dr. Khusboo Fatema Senior Consultant. Dietitian, Nectar Multi Speciality. Hospital, Patna.
And Mr. Nishit Kumar Sinha. Food and Beverages Manager Hotel Maurya Patna. Teacher in charge of
the event were Dr. Pinky Prasad and Dr. Hena Naaz from Department of Botany and Dr. Arti Kumari and
Dr. Vivek Raj from Department of Biotechnology. Winner’s list is attached.
The Department of Physics, Patna Women’s College organised an Intercollege English Debate
competition on the topic “Artificial Intelligence is dangerous -For/Against” under the 3-day Vigyan
Utsav,2023 on February 27,2023 in the college premises. A total of 20 participants took part
including students from AN College, Patna Science College, and Patna Women’s College among
others. Dr Rakesh Ranjan, Assistant Professor from BS College, Patliputra University was the chief
guest of the programme and the Jury member. He was accompanied by Dr Richa, Department of
English, Patna Women’s College in the jury panel. The programme started by honoring of the guests
with momento. The students had a rigorous competition among themselves speaking for and against
the topic. One participant debating in favour of the topic said “Artificial Intelligence is becoming a
pride for the current era but at the same time there are some sectors like teaching and medical
among others which can’t be successfully replaced by Artificial Intelligence.” Another student
debated that “AI is something which proves to be a threat in 21st century as it gives biased results.”
Dr Rakesh Ranjan, Assistant Professor, BS college, Patliputra University addressing the students said
“The topic of the debate was very thought provoking. As we are progressing in 21st century, human
beings are dedicating themselves to machines and they are becoming lazy by not giving their 100%.”
He added that “Students need to be very careful in this era of AI otherwise you will become a victim
of cybercrime.” Meanwhile, Dr Richa from Department of English, Patna Women’s College said “This
debate proved to be amalgamation of Artificial and Human Intelligence but the AI superseded.”
Giving individual comments to each participant she urged the students to be more assertive in giving
their comments so that people are convinced. The programme ended with the Vote of Thanks
proposed by Anshika, first year student from Department of Physics