To make “ Make in India ” successful, education in Mechanical Engineering needs revamp-Experts

Aryans organizes a National Conference on “Advancement in Mechanical Engineering”

Mohali 13th March

To make “ Make in India ” Campaign Successful, the Mechanical Engineering Education need to revamp. We need to develop indigenous technology. With the passage of time, China is getting older and India has full potential to compete with China and become the manufacturing hub of the world and to achieve that we need big changes in mechanical engineering education. We need to focus on skill-based education in our engineering, polytechnic, ITI Institutions.

To make “ Make in India ” successful, education in Mechanical Engineering needs revamp-ExpertsThis was said by various experts in a national conference on “Advancement in Mechanical Engineering” organized by Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh at its campus. Dr. Dixit Garg, HOD, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra was the Key note speaker while Dr. Harmesh Kumar, Professor, UIET, Panjab University; Dr. Amrinderpal Singh, Professor, UIET; Dr. Amit Chauhan, Professor, UIET were the Guests of Honour. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the conference.

Dr. Dixit started his talk by mentioning the gap between India, US and Japanese technology. He said that Mechanical engineering has an important role in the success of Make in India program. He emphasized on emerging research in Nano Technology by mechanical engineers.

Dr. Harmesh shared his views on Emerging trends in Mechanical Engineering. He emphasized on emerging research on Nano technology by mechanical engineers. Reduced size of chips used in computers and reduced palm size computer is manufactured by mechanical engineers & not only by computer engineers. He introduced students with new harder materials Nimonic alloys, HSTR alloys and different composite material & application in upcoming future of the mechanical regime.

Dr. Amit Chauhan presented his paper entitled “Stability of Journal Bearing” covering subject area “Tribology” under Mechanical Engineering. He explained how journal bearing has been replaced by non-circular common journal bearing. How pressure distribution curve is drawn in non-circular bearing make bearing stable.

Dr. Amrinderpal Singh while quoting the renowned engineers in his speech said that students should be motivated for the innovations and ways on the enhancement of Technology. He further said that the institutions should help in uplifting the innovative ideas and skills of the youth so they can work free hand on their projects and take them to patent level.

Dr. A.L Gauba, Director, Aryans College of Engineering; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Registrar; Mr. Anil Kuman, Mr. Nitin Khosla, Mr. Hardeep Singh, Mr. Amanpreet Singh Gill, Mr. Jaswinder Singh etc were present on the conference.

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To make “Make in India” Successful, Education in Mechanical Engineering Needs Revamp-Experts

Mohali 13th March

To make “Make in India” Campaign Successful, the Mechanical Engineering Education need to revamp. We need to develop indigenous technology. With the passage of time, China is getting older and India has full potential to compete with China and become the manufacturing hub of the world and to achieve that we need big changes in mechanical engineering education. We need to focus on skill-based education in our engineering, polytechnic, ITI Institutions.

To make “Make in India” successful, education in Mechanical Engineering needs revamp-ExpertsThis was said by various experts in a national conference on “Advancement in Mechanical Engineering” organized by Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh at its campus. Dr. Dixit Garg, HOD, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra was the Keynote speaker while Dr. Harmesh Kumar, Professor, UIET, Panjab University; Dr. Amrinderpal Singh, Professor, UIET; Dr. Amit Chauhan, Professor, UIET were the Guests of Honour. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the conference.

Dr. Dixit started his talk by mentioning the gap between India, US and Japanese technology. He said that Mechanical engineering has an important role in the success of Make in India program. He emphasized on emerging research in Nano Technology by mechanical engineers.

Dr. Harmesh shared his views on Emerging trends in Mechanical Engineering. He emphasized on emerging research on Nanotechnology by mechanical engineers. Reduced size of chips used in computers and reduced palm size computer is manufactured by mechanical engineers & not only by computer engineers. He introduced students with new harder materials Nimonic alloys, HSTR alloys and different composite material & application in upcoming future of the mechanical regime.

Dr. Amit Chauhan presented his paper entitled “Stability of Journal Bearing” covering subject area “Tribology” under Mechanical Engineering. He explained how journal bearing has been replaced by non-circular common journal bearing. How pressure distribution curve is drawn in noncircular bearing make bearing stable.

Dr. Amrinderpal Singh while quoting the renowned engineers in his speech said that students should be motivated for the innovations and ways on the enhancement of Technology. He further said that the institutions should help in uplifting the innovative ideas and skills of the youth so they can work free hand on their projects and take them to patent level.

Dr. A.L Gauba, Director, Aryans College of Engineering; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Registrar; Mr. Anil Kuman, Mr. Nitin Khosla, Mr. Hardeep Singh, Mr. Amanpreet Singh Gill, Mr. Jaswinder Singh etc were present on the conference.

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Aryans College of Engineering organizes a seminar on Nano Technology

Mohali 7th February

Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh organized an interactive session on Nano Science and Nano Technology and discussed on various aspects of Advances in Manufacturing Technology. Dr. Vijay Arora, Registrar, PIT Khunimajra, Mohali was the key note speaker on the occasion. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the seminar.

Aryans College of Engineering organizes a seminar on Nano TechnologyDr. Vijay Arora while sharing his views made the students understand the concept, principle, theory and objectives behind the emergence of Nano Technology in the field of science and technology. He explained the effects of nanotechnology on all materials such as ceramics, polymers, metals, biomaterials and its effects on our approach to IT and communications technology, manufacturing as well as electronics.

Arora further enlightened the students and staff with a thought provoking talk on “Nanoelectronics – From concept to reality,” which encompassed basics of nano-dimensional structures having quantum confinement & their devices with some applications.He highlighted the applications of nanotechnology in areas like Cancer Gene Therapy, Biotechnology & Molecular Pathways Involving Drug Resistance.

Arora added that MEMS-Micro- electronic mechanical system is nowadays more prevalent and students have to deal with Mechatronics. He explained about Robotic Technology using- sensors, electronic controllers, and actuators and related it with human body which also has sensory organs, brain as controller and hands, legs as actuators.

Dr. Gauba, Principal, Aryans Group of Colleges, giving a vote of thanks praised Dr. Vijay Arora for the invaluable information given to students. He thanked Dr. Vijay Arora for sparing valuable time from his busy schedule for this initiative. He further thanked the faculty members and other staff of organization for the smooth conduct of the seminar.

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Aryans organizes “Start-Up Kashmir, Stand-Up Kashmir”

Kashmir Box, Netshell Software Solutions, Duke Kashmir Travels, Pipe, Aryans Save Kashmir, Aryans Android App honoured
Mohali 5th February

Under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mission “Start-UP India, Stand-Up India, Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh organized a program “ Start-Up Kashmir, Stand-Up Kashmir ” to highlight the innovations done by Kashmiri students of the Valley under this mission. Mr. Syed Abdul Rauf, Joint Secretary Examination JKBOSE was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Under the same pattern, Aryans would soon organize various programs in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and other states.

Aryans organizes “Start-Up Kashmir, Stand-Up KashmirIn the program Syed Abdul honoured various Android Apps developed by Kashmiri students for their contribution in the field of Information Technology including Pipe App, Jobs in Kashmir app, Duke travels app, Netshell, Aryans Android App, Aryans Save Kashmir App

Mr. Syed Abdul Rauf while applauding the initiative taken by Aryans congratulated all the developers of these apps. He further said that Aryans is working hard since last 8 years in the field of education and innovations and has become a destination for Kashmiri students outside Kashmir.

Syed added that it’s a matter of proud that around 1200 students from various parts of JK are already studying in Aryans under different courses. These students have achieved many milestones in the field of academics, sports, cultural, innovations etc.

Mr. Sanjeev Bhardwaj, Director, Corporate Relations, Aryans Group speaking on the occasion said that under the prestigious Scheme “Standup Kashmir Startup Kashmir” Aryans aimed to recognize and honour the efforts of young and budding Kashmiri Youth and Entrepreneurs who ingeniously developed Applications used by a large number of Societies.

Giving the description of “Kashmir Box” Muheet Mehraj and Kashif Khan said that we have connected the dots and developed Kashmir Box- an e-commerce portal for selling everything ‘Kashmir’. One of the sparks in 2012, Kashmir Box has been growing steadily. “We were not used to the intricacies of the business and it took us a good two years to consolidate but now we are ready to deliver larger volumes,” says Muheet.

“Netshell Software Solutions” another android app is a leading provider of comprehensive web products, solutions, and internet services, which is located in India. i.e Web Design, web script and application, Web Programming, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and submission and internet marketing, ready made web site packages, Internet Advertising, search engine and web directory solutions, portal development, Readymade website templates, Software Development, link exchange services, Data Entry, BPO, Data Conversion and customer online support solutions.

“Duke Kashmir Travels” android app developers speaking on the occasion said that the app is a specialist operator of tours, and treks to various regions of the Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh etc.

Developers of “Pipe App” said that there are more than a billion users on Facebook and there is no easy solution to transfer a file from one person to another. Pipe have taken a function such as attaching a file and turned it into something anyone can use without ever leaving Facebook. It’s secure and private, and we’re confident it will catch on and spread fast. According to Mr. Abid Rayis, this will connect social media users by instantaneously broadcasting the messages at a single click.
Aryans Kashmiri Students Sadiya and Yusra were honoured for developing “Aryans Android App” to solve the problem of the ban on SMS in their state J&K. The app solved the purpose of making the Campus Paper Free and communicating with fellow Students through Android Applications.
Another “Save Kashmir App” developed by Aryans students namely  Tahira, Muddasir and others during the floods in Kashmir to check and know the well beings of flood affected people and come forward for the help of needy people.

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Aryans Institute of Nursing organizes a seminar on Infertility

Mohali 14th November

Aryans Institute of Nursing today organized a seminar on various causes, effects and awareness of infertility at its Campus. Renowned gynecologist Dr. Shikha Gupta was the keynote speaker on the occasion. Dr. Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group presided over the seminar.
Dr. Shikha shared her insights on the future of IVF; lifestyle factors and fertility; fibroids and endometriosis and infertility; the role of stem cells in infertility treatment; and other technological innovations in the area of infertility. The focus of the seminar was to provide education on the causes of infertility, to discuss treatments options and raise awareness that fertility issues can affect both men and women.

Aryans Institute of Nursing organizes a seminar on InfertilityShe further said that a study from Third National Family Health Survey shows a high prevalence of infertility in the southern region besides variations across states such as Goa showing the highest infertility and Andhra Pradesh the lowest. It also sheds light on the fact that infertility is increasingly being affected by changes in lifestyle, socio-economic factors etc, thereby necessitating the government to consider infertility as an important public health issue.

“It is believed that 10% of the general population suffers from some form of infertility. Given that India has a population of over 1.2 billion, the number of Indians suffering from infertility is huge,” said Dr. Shikha. Many factors including changes in lifestyle, stress and the recent trend of late marriages contribute to this occurrence. While poor sperm count (41 percent) played a major role in male infertility, female infertility was caused mainly by polycystic ovarian disorder or PCOD (40 percent). She blamed contaminated food for increasing the estrogen levels, leading to poor sperm count in males.

While interacting with the students she further said that there have been a lot of advances in Assisted Reproductive Therapy (ART) over the last decade. These have made infertility treatment much more successful and safer for infertile couples. There has been a lot of focus on evidence-based medicine and generation of Indian data to help infertile couples in India.”

Prof. A.P Jain, Director; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Registrar; Dr. Manjula Kataria, Principal; Dr. Aarti Sharma; Ms. Sweety Ghai, HOD, Nursing; Ms. Nimarjeet Kaur, Ms. Prabhjeet Kaur, Ms. Kusum Thakur etc were also present.

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