Friday, April 24, 2015

World Earth Day Celebrated at Aryans College

People asked to stop using plastic bags

April 22, 2015

The Management, Staff and the Students of Aryans college of Education & Aryans Degree College today celebrated World Earth day with great zeal & zest in college campus. Dr. Manjula Kataria, Principal, Aryans College of Education presided over the function.

An awareness rally on the theme “Maa Bachao, Dharti Upjayo, Rukh Lagao” was organized in nearby villages. Students of BBA, BCA, BA and B.Ed participated with great enthusiasm. Students wrote on various topics concerning environment. They highlighted the message of growing more trees to save the earth, to keep the environment clean and green to save the earth from greenhouse gases.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. Manjula Kataria said that the young students should come forward and become nation’s ambassadors by practicing eco-friendly habits in life, like taking care of clean and green surroundings around their house, college and in school, discouraging the use of polythene bags, using bicycles more to counter pollution problem and conserving water and electricity.

Badge-making and paper bag-making competitions were organized to discourage the use of plastic bags. To make the planet green and pollution and plastic free, students of Aryans also pledged to plant a sapling each on their birthdays every year, not to waste water, reduce the use of electricity, cut down on driving and promote the use of eco-friendly products. The students planted different types of saplings in campus at this occasion and took the responsibility of looking after the plants.

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Under NSDC’s “Udaan” Project, Shahi Exports recruits Aryans Students

7 students got selected in a pool campus placement drive 
                     held at Aryans campus
Under NSDC’s “Udaan” Project, Shahi 
   Exports recruits Aryans Students
                                                      
                                                

Under National Skill Development Corporation (NSDCs) project “Udaan”, Shahi Exports Pvt Ltd recruited 7 students of Aryans College of Engineering. The students were selected in a pool campus placement drive held at Aryans campus.
Mr. Deepak Rautela, Director, Shahi Exports while showing excitement said, “It was a good experience to conduct this drive in the campus where majority of the students hails from JK. The college is providing good exposure and opportunities to its students through skill based education”

 
Chairman, Aryans Group, Dr. Anshu Kataria while speaking on the occasion said that its an honour to be the part of one of the project of “Udaan” under NSDC. He further added that the group is leaving no stone unturned in racing for the best jobs for its students exploring wide areas for the students of other states also.
 
Dr. Kataria congratulated the selected students and wished them the best for their near future. He further said that the reason behind this successful placement drive is a strong academic base & conduction of regular classes with interactive session.
 
About Shahi Exports:
 
Shahi Exports Pvt Ltd is India's largest Apparel Manufacturing and Export Company with a significant business interest into Textiles. The company is hiring Manpower under the project “Udaan”. It is mandated to build employment and skills space of Jammu and Kashmir. A robust manpower of 90,000 (PAN India) support Shahi’s 50 factories in the product development / Manufacturing.
 
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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Governor launches “Aryans Safety Helmet”

J&K students of Aryans College of Engineering developed “Aryans Safety Helmet”
Governor launches “Aryans Safety 
Helmet” 

5 engineering students of Chandigarh based Aryans College of Engineering have developed a unique GPS and GSM based Safety Helmet. This innovative project of the Aryans Kashmiri students aims to provide timely first aid facility in case disaster happens at construction/ mining/ industrial sites. 

Christened as "Aryans Safety Helmet," the project was today launched by Governor Punjab & Haryana, Sh.Kaptan Singh Solanki in Raj Bhavan, Haryana. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the event. 

Sh. Solanki while launching the helmet said that we lose thousands of lives at construction sites due to their untraceable location. This helmet will really help us to locate them at a much faster speed. Sh. Solanki appreciated the initiative taken by Aryans students and added that this Helmet is an innovation and also a wonderful project.

S. Gurdeep Singh, HoD, Civil Department, Aryans Group said that this unique helmet consists of three main Parts i.e. GPS system, GSM module and Antenna. Firstly GPS system will receive signals from satellite through an antenna attached to it. The information retrieved from these signals is fed to GSM module. GSM module has a sim card slot which will transfer this information to the system. He added that use of particular web link enables us to locate the position of that system on a google map.

Imtiyaz Ahmad Shah, students’ group leader said that “According to recent survey we lose approximately 1000 lives per year while working at their jobs and one out of every five of them is at construction sites. Most of these deaths occur due to non-availability of first aid in time. So this helmet will help us to find the persons under debris and to provide help as early as possible.

Hanan Bashir another student who hails from Srinagar said that this helmet will help us to locate persons under debris or scrap in case of an accident. GPS will work with satellite and transfer information to GSM. We can locate position on google map by using a link.

Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that with the fast change in technology, students are coming up with fresh and innovative ideas. Earlier to this also Aryans students have done many wonderful innovations like “Aryans Android App”, “Save Kashmir Android App”, “Life saving Glove” to name a few.

Giving more information Sajid Zahoor, Javaid Ahmad and Suhail Ahmad said that they are working on further improvement of the device by installing a sensor based emergency button. The button will turn to an alarm in case the person requires first aid by sensing the pressure or other emergency need.

On the occasion apart from others Mr. Himanshu, Ms. Punika Mahajan, Ms. Shashi Katnawer and Ms. Ashima Dhiman were also present.

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Baisakhi celebrations at Aryans Degree College

   Baisakhi celebrations at 
    Aryans Degree College

Aryans Degree College, Nepra, Rajpura celebrated Baisakhi with great fervour and gaiety and apprised the youngsters about rich culture and heritage of Baisakhi merriments. The college premises were aptly decorated depicting the harvest season.
Students were explained about the importance of this festival by showcasing a Punjabi village scene and were shown various aspects of rural Punjab by showing the sowing, ploughing, harvesting, winnowing and gathering of crop etc. Vibrant and exhilarating folk dance Giddha and Bhangra was performed at the moment in the fields by the students .Dhol beats and Punjabi folk music added to their excitement to the moment. It was a treat to see the children dressed in colourful Punjabi traditional outfits.
To mark the authenticity of the occasion students shared sweets with each other. Speaking on the occasion Chairman Anshu Kataria said that Baisakhi is not only a harvest festival but also an auspicious day as on this very day Shri Guru Gobind Singh had established the 'Khalsa Panth'.
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