Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Aryans 8th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” enthralls Audience.

Fund raising activity was also done by Aryans for JK Flood victims
Aryans 8th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” enthralls Audience
Special act by JK students on JK flood disaster made audience cry

8th Annual Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh heldtoday at Tagore Theatre, Sector 18, Chandigarh. A special fund raising activity was also done by Aryans Group for JK flood victims. B.Tech, MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Ed, BA, B.Com, GNM, Polytechnic Diploma students participated in the colorful cultural items.

The function commenced with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by the Aryans Group patrons Prof. D.C. Kataria “Roshan” and Mrs. Rajni Kataria followed by Devotional Ganesh Vandna by Pooja & group. Students of Aryans Group presented a colorful Cultural Programme which included Bhangra, Giddha, Western dance, Punjabi dance, Fusion, Act, Folk dance, solo song, solo dance etc.

Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges said that “Aryans team shares the concern of the people about the grim situation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. We at Aryans are distressed by the calamity which has struck Jammu and Kashmir. It is a matter of deep concern for us as our thousands of students belong to J&K and their parents have been affected by the floods.” He requested everyone those who were present on the occasion to help the JK Flood victims.

On the occasion, JK students presented a special act on JK Flood Disaster. This emotional act brought tears to eyes of everyone.

It is to be mentioned that various cultural activities performed by students like Bhangra under the leadership of Jagtar, Vampire dance by Pragya and group. Group dance by Dharma and group brought the audience onto their heels. Blind Act by Vikram and Group was the centre of attraction. A lesson was given by the students through Ragging Act. Funny dance by Anurag and group enthralled the audience.

Showing the cultures of different states, Naati performed by Devinder and group while Himanshu & Group presented South Indian Dance. Pooja and group performed Rajasthani Dance, Yusra and group performed Kashmiri Dance, Shalendra and group performed Bhojpuri Dance, Dechain and group performed Drass Dance.

Also present on the occasion were Mr. Sanjay Tandon, President BJP, Chandigarh; Mr Mohanbeer Singh Sidhu, Additional Director, Technical Education, Punjab; Mr Suresh Kotwal, President, J&K Bank; Mr Baljit Singh, Branch Manager, Dena Bank; Prof. D. C. Kataria, Vice- Chairman, Aryans Group; Mrs. Rajni Kataria, Treasurer, Aryans Group; Dr. (Mrs.) Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group; Dr.Manjula Kataria, Principal, Aryans College of Education and many others.

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

“ROBOTRYST: 2014-15” held at Aryans Campus.

Students of Chandigarh region attend the Workshop and participate in the Competition
“ROBOTRYST: 2014-15” held at Aryans Campus

Hundreds of students from different Colleges of Chandigarh region participated in 2 days “ROBOTRYST: 2014-15” held at Aryans Campus situated on Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Near Chandigarh. This International Level Automobile Engine Design Championship was organized by TRYST 2015, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and Robosapiens Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh. The event was inaugurated by Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges. The students were given demonstrations in small groups about assembling and de assembling of engines. 

Prof A P Jain, Director, Aryans Group while giving information said that on first day, students were provided Workshop on “Automobile Engine Design” by IIT, Delhi Representatives Mr Shiv Raj, Mr Rajinder and Mr Rajwinder. Whereas on second day, an Automobile Quiz Competition was held based on that workshop. The winners of the Competition would go to IIT, Delhi in the month of March 2015 in the Grand Finale in “TRYST 2015”.

Prof B S Sidhu, Registrar, Aryans Group said that in the workshop, the students were given in depth knowledge about Automobile Engines like Steering System, Power System, Testing & Designing, Software Knowledge, In built Engine Assembling and De assembling etc. The students were also made aware about latest developments in Automobile Mechanism. He added that the topic being of high interest, the event was attended on both days by the students especially Mechanical students enthusiastically. 

Prof Sidhu further said that the workshops proved to be very helpful for all the students who attended. He added that apart from being enjoyable for the students, the workshops also played role in enriching experience to the participants with significant interaction amongst peers having similar interests. And moreover the students were made understood various aspects not only theoretically but practically too which is crucial for every Engineering student, he added further.

Mr Anil, HoD, Mechanical Department said that RoboTryst-2014-15 is being organized in different stages. The zonal rounds have been commenced from the month of July, 2014 in only selected Colleges all across India. The final round would be held at IIT, Delhi in the month of March 2015. He added that RoboTryst-2014-15 is being organized from past 5 years and in the year 2014, it has launched its 6th edition.

Mr Anil further said that today’s highly competitive world demands that students not only learn but transform ideas into reality. Thus, it's mandatory to impart practical knowledge apart from academics to the visionaries of tomorrow in their formative years. Not only Young minds but all get fascinated by Robots like ASIMO, Kismet, iRobot etc. 

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Dilip Chenoy, Head, NSDC addresses Aryans Group of Colleges Seminar.

Dilip Chenoy, Head, NSDC addresses Aryans Group of Colleges Seminar

 ·      NSDC to skill 3.3 million people in FY 14-15 through public-private partnership: Chenoy
·      Focus on skilling according to industry standards developed by Sector Skill Councils

In line with India’s agenda on skill development, Aryans Group of Colleges, today organized a seminar on “Skill Development in India: Challenges and Opportunities”, at PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Chandigarh. The event was attended by various Industrialists, Academicians and hundreds of students from the city. 

Mr. Dilip Chenoy, MD and CEO, National Skill Development Corporation was the Hon’ble Chief Guest at the event while Mr. Dalip Sharma, Regional Director, PHD Chamber was the Guest of Honor. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the event.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges began the event with his address speech. The seminar witnessed a fruitful discussion around the opportunities and challenges in skill development across varied sectors in the country and how the all stakeholders should come together to create a healthy ecosystem for a skilled India.

Addressing the audience at the seminar, Dilip Chenoy, MD & CEO, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) said, “There is an urgent need for the industry &academia to come together and contribute to the skilling ecosystem by designing diversified skill training programs. This will empower the youth and help them become gainfully employed or self-employed. The focus should be on skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling across all sectors, according to the industry standards defined by the Sector Skill Councils. We have taken up this challenge and I am sure with our wide network of 150 partners and 31 Sector Skill Councils, we will be able to set-up a successful skilling ecosystem in the country.”

“Our target is to skill 3.3 million youth in 2014-15.  The target committed for the current fiscal is nearly three and half times of what was set and achieved in 2013-14. Last year, NSDC crossed its target of skilling a million youth by a few thousands. Including the number of people skilled under the National Skill Certification and Reward Scheme also known as STAR scheme, the total for 2013-14 was 1.3 million+ skilled Indians”, he further added.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Dalip Sharma said, “In today’s competitive world, industries look for skilled manpower as there is little time to invest in their training. When an employee joins, he is expected to have a basic skill to adapt to his new role. Thanks to NSDC and its training partners, skilling programs have become more accessible today. I encourage all candidates here, to plan for their career carefully and acquire technical and soft skills, which will help increase their efficiency and productivity.”

Also present on the occasion were Dr P K Vasudeva, Member, Consumer Commission; Mr J N Vohra, Advisor, Textile & Hosiery Industry, Ludhiana; Mr A K Gandhi, Past President, CMA; Brig Sahney, Former Director, Punjab State Council for Science & Technology; Col.MGS Khurana and Mr Surinder Verma, EC Members, CMA etc.

About National Skill Development Corporation

National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), which was formed under the Ministry of Finance, is a one of its kind public-private partnership with 51 per cent equity held by private sector and the remaining 49 per cent by the Government of India. Started operations in 2010, NSDC is a professionally run not-for-profit company that includes 31 Sector Skill Councils and 150 training partners with over 2500+ training centres present in over 350 districts across the country. NSDC is mandated to skill 150 million Indians by 2022. 

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Friday, August 22, 2014

“20th Aryans Job Fest” held at Aryans campus

“20th Aryans Job Fest” held at Aryans campus

A huge rush was witnessed today in “20th Aryans Job Fest” organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh at Aryans Campus. Around 3000 students from all over North India participated in the Fest. In the Fest around 238 candidates were shortlisted by around 52 Companies in the Placement Process. Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the event.

Before the starting of the Fest, Dr Anshu Kataria addressed all the candidates and wished them Good Luck for the Interviews. The Company Representatives also addressed the candidates and made them aware about the Eligibility Criteria, package, posting, Number of Vacancies etc. of their respective Companies before interviews.Expressing his great joy at the remarkable success of the event, Dr Kataria congratulated the Placement Cell of the Group for putting round the clock efforts for this Job Fest. He said that such Fests offer a tremendous opportunity to the students who manage finding a job that fits their requirements and profile.

Giving information about the Fest, Prof A P Jain, Director, Aryans Group said that apart from Aryans students, students of various Universities and Colleges including Punjabi University, LPU, Desh Bhagat University, RIMT, Surya World, SUS Tangori,  BBSBEC, IET Bhaddal, Sukhmani College, etc. participated in the Job Fest. He added that not only Punjab, but candidates from various Universities and Colleges of other states like Haryana, HP, JK, UP etc. including CIT Bengalaru, Kurukshetra University, Maulana University etc. also came to participate in this biggest ever Job Fest of the region. 

Ms. Tejinder Kaur, TPO, Aryans Group said that the Companies namely Tech Mahindra, Videocon, Afterdoor Solutions, Allumez Infotech, Bajaj Allianz, Eight Fold IT Solutions, Emilia Technologies Pvt Ltd, Gracias Infosys, Intelgain Technologies, Karman Infotech, Lucrative Design Solutions Pvt Ltd, Pic N Frames Technologies, PNB Metlife Insurance, ThinkNEXT Technologies Pvt Ltd, Touchstone Educationals, Master Software Solutions, Adiksco Technology, Adarsh Super Construction, EME Technology, Airsoft Infosys, Zapbuild Technology, Pristine Edotronics, Technospecs, Naudiyal Group, Riya Infotel, Multi Media Designers, Virtual Group of Companies, Swap Development, Scope Telecom, Punjab Lighting Industry, Zilaxy Electronics etc. were present in the Fair to provide job opportunities to the candidates.

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