Mohali 15th July
4 Kashmiri Students of Aryans College of Engineering, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh excelled in the merit list of IKG-PTU, Jalandhar by capturing top positions in the Merit List generated recently of 2014 batch by the University.
Sameer Javaid (EEE) of Ganderbal got 1st position by securing 87.41%; Javaid Mushraq (EEE) of Kulgam got 4th position by securimg 82.35%; Sajad Ahmad Dar (Civil) of Pulwama got 6th position by securing 85.65% and Jehangir Rashid (EEE) of Budgam got 8th position by securing 80.47%.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while congratulating said that it’s a matter of pride for the College to have its 4 students in merit list of PTU. Kataria said that the credit for this excellent achievement goes to the teachers, Parents as well as the students.
Kataria further added that Aryans JK Students are excelling in all aspects including Academics, Sports, Innovations etc. to make our students all rounders, the force of young teachers are always behind their support.
Feeling ecstasy over the achievement, the toppers of Aryans Group said that the feeling to attain the top of the merit list is something which cannot be expressed in words. We are thankful to our teachers and parents, because of whom we have been able to attain such a beautiful feeling.
Tech Mahindra an Indian multinational provider of information technology, networking technology solutions to visit Aryans Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh for a “Campus Placement Drive” on 9th July to recruit Graduate and Post Graduate students of Aryans.
The Company requires Candidates for the position of Customer Service Associates. The Salary package offered by the company is up to 2 lacs for the deserving candidates.
Chairman, Aryans Group, Dr. Anshu Kataria said that students need to carry 10 copies of their resumes and passport size photograph with them to sit in the interview. He added that students can register atwww.aryans.edu.in.
Dr. Kataria further said that the Aryans Group has a dedicated Training and Placement cell that establishes contacts with industrial houses to arrange training and placement of the students. The cell also guides and helps the Final year students in securing jobs with their knowledge and achievements, by organizing campus Interviews and exploring various avenues for their placement.
Around 5000 companies have already visited the Aryans campus for the various placement drives in decade & many students have been selected on the basis of their capabilities.
All India Federation of Self Financing Technical Institutions (AIFSFTI) requested Modi Government as well as other State Governments to adopt the Bihar Student Credit Card (SCC) Model for entire Country.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, President, AIFSFTI said that Bihar Credit Card Scheme is the best Model adopted in Bihar by the Government which is applicable on the students of all categories in which students who have cleared intermediate 12th board examination will be able to avail a credit card and can withdraw up to Rs 4 lakhs as education loan.
Kataria added that this scheme is beneficial for the General, backward class (BC), extremely backward (EBC), scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribe (ST) to pursue higher studies as the student need not to wait for his scholarship amount for his studies but state Govt gives guarantee to banks for not only the ‘credit’ but also gives guarantee on ‘interest’ for the loan. So this should be made mandatory in the entire Country.
Sh. R.S Munirathinam, Chief Patron, AIFSFTI urged Modi Govt that Education is the key to make the Country a Super Power but due to delay in Scholarship from Centre & State Governments and Education Loan from the Banks we are lacking behind to empower the youth through Education.
Sh. KVK Rao, General Secretary, AIFSFTI urged Govt to withdraw/ recall the April Notification which states that SC/ST student would first give fees. Rao said that SC/ST student being financially weak and poor couldn’t afford higher professional education.
Kataria further said that Bihar student credit Model is one of the success stories for the Country. Other states should also study this Model and should implement this model for the needy and deserving students. With this the student will not have to face the hardships due to delay in scholarship or refusal from bank for education loan.
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh has started working in Jansua Village under Saansad Aadarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) allotted by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while speaking on the occasion said that under the leadership of Prof B.S Sidhu, Director, Aryans Group, students of Nursing Department today visited around 120 homes in the Village and spread awareness regarding the general health in the Villagers.
It is to be mentioned that under this rural development programme, Dr. Dharamveer Gandhi, MP, Punjab has adopted this Village Jansua for its reformation with the technological interventions and AICTE has given this project to Aryans.
Kataria further added that in the 1st phase, Aryans has worked for General Health Measures and soon the B.Ed teachers would work to spread the awareness to raise the literacy level among the villagers.
Mrs Neha Thakur, HoD, Nursing Dept while speaking said that students gave health talk on Personal Hygiene, Environmental Sanitation, Family Planning, Malaria and Dengue fever. Students also maintained the record of Blood Pressure, Diet and weight. The cases of hypertension, hypotension, tuberculosis and diabetes etc were prevalent for which special instructions were given to them.
Members of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh including Aryans College of Engineering (ACE), Aryans Business School (ABS), Aryans Institute of Management & Technology (AIMT), Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Aryans College of Law (ACL), Aryans College of Education (ACE), Aryans Degree College, Aryans College of Pharmacy (ACP) etc today geared up for International Yoga Day with Pre celebrations at its Campus.
The celebrations proceeded on the theme ‘Yoga for Peace’ hopes to highlight yoga’s holistic approach to both physical and mental well-being and its ability to create a balance between body and mind. The programme started with the introduction and practice sessions where participants were introduced to Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation. Short demonstrations and practice sessions were also held.
Dr. Raman Rani Gupta, Director, Aryans Group addressed the team members and displayed various asanas which encourage them to know the science of yoga deeply. She also expressed her hope that this day will mark the day where all in Institute community will take advantage of the wonderful science & techniques of yoga and benefit from it as the rest of the world is doing too.
It is to be mentioned that, in 2014, the United Nations declared June 21 as the International Day of Yoga after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for the day to be adopted as a global celebration of yoga. Last year the day was held in 199 countries across the World.