Aryans College of Engineering students visits L&T Power Plant in Rajpura

Mohali 19th November

Electrical & Electronics Engineering department of Aryans College of Engineering (ACE), Rajpura organized an industrial visit at Nabha Power Plant(L&T power Development), Nalash Village, Rajpura. Students of B.Tech EE, EEE 3rd, 5th, 7th sem & Poly EE 3rd sem visited the site.

The visit was organized to enhance the practical knowledge of the students, to bring awareness of working in thermal plant, to know working role of a person in industry etc.

During the visit the technical staff of NPL gave brief knowledge to students about the working and various sections of Thermal Power Plant including: Capacity, Coal Storage, Coal Handling, Boiler, Super heater. Turbine, Generator, Condensers, Cooling tower, Ash storage, Ash handling, Reheat cycle etc.

He further said that the plant has the total capacity of 1400 MW. He told about the crushing of the coal, then it is transferred to the boiler for combustion to generate steam. This super heated steam is generated on turbines. In turbine the kinetic energy of steam is converted into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is used to move the turbine.

Generator is then used to convert mechanical energy of turbine into electrical energy. The output voltage of generator is 20KV. This 20 KV voltage is transmitted to transformer for step up the voltage into 400 KV for transmission. Condensers convert the exhaust steam to water which is then cooled. Ash of coalused for making bricks and in roads etc. in RO system the water of the cooling tower is purified recycled.

Students thanked the staff and technical team for the practical knowledge. The visit encouraged the students to think their future career in the engineering section of thermal power technology as a thermal engineering professional.

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Aryans Business School organizes a seminar on “Psychological Development”

Mohali 12 November

 

Aryans Business School (ABS), Chandigarh organized a seminar on “Psychological development: a prerequisite for successful development” at its Campus. Mr. Vipin Narula, Business man of the year 2012-13, an IT Professional from Yes Corporate Solutions was the key note speaker.

Mr. Narula focused on the ways to become a successful entrepreneur. He interacted with students on the self help movement dealing with success, goals and related concepts. He discussed about various opportunities to broaden the skills in contemporary best practice and make a measurable impact that will sustain the profitable growth of organization in changing business environment.

Mr. Narula focused on how to build a successful winning entrepreneurial mindset, how to understand your role as an entrepreneur, how to be more focused and improve the productivity and how to establish a self coaching process. He ended up with the motivational message that, it is never too late to develop a successful and winning mindset, the greatest investment you can make is to invest in yourself.

After the lecture, a Question/Answer round was also held. Sh. Narula   made all the queries of the audience clear regarding various problems and issues related to successful development. Director, Aryans Group, B.S. Sidhu extended Vote of Thanks for the tips given by Mr. Narula at the end of the Lecture.

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Aryans organises 2 week long AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Program (FDP) at its campus

Mohali 5th November

 

Aryans Business School (ABS), Chandigarh organized All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) sponsored 14 days Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Role of Business Ethics” at its campus situated at Chd-Patiala Highway, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh.

In two week long program many renowned academicians interacted with the faculty of MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Com etc on various topics including Self Analysis And Awareness, Psychological Development:a prerequisites for ethical behavior, Effect of greed & power on work ethics, Business ethics in cyber space, An Insight to ethical and unethical behavior at work, Role of ethics in today’s business scenario, Business ethics tools to motivate other stakeholder, Behavioral ethics and teaching ethical decision making, Role of law in recognizing social and business responsibilities, Art of Living etc.

Many renowned Academicians and professionals including Dr. Gurdip Singh, HOD, UIET, PU; Kailash Didi, Brahm Kumaris, Chandigarh; Dr. A.K Vashishth, Ex- Chairman, UBS, PU, Chd; Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Entrepreneur; Col. Gursewak Singh, Author & speaker on behavioral sciences; Dr. T.L Kaushal, Ex- Director, L.R Institute of Management, Solan (HP); Dr. Pooja Jaiswal, Assistant Prof. Army Institute of Law, Mohali; Mr. Varun Upadhyay, International Trainer, Vyakti Vikas Kendra, Chandigarh; Dr. Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group & Gold Medalist, UBS,PU; Dr. Raman Rani Gupta, Director, Academics, Aryans College of Education etc interacted with the students in the program.

The speakers enlightened the students and staff with various Principles and codes of conduct to be adopted in an organization such as ethics, safety, health and environment, quality, conflicts of interest, antitrust and fraud. They laid stress on Day Management, Personal Time Management Styles and Communication, Personal Time Management Styles and Communication, Managing Workplace Stress through Behavior and Communication etc.

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Aryans JK students shine in 11th Cultural Function “Rajni”

Jammu/Srinagar 1st November

 

Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized its 11th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” at Tagore Theatre, Sector- 18, Chandigarh. Renowned Punjabi lyricist & Singer Happy Raikoti enthralled the students with his hit numbers. Thousand of students of B.Tech, MBA, LL.B, BA-LL.B, BBA, BCA, B.Com, GNM, ANM, B.Sc(Agri), BA, B.Ed, MA(Edu), Diploma etc students participated in various cultural activities.

The function commenced with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by the Aryans Group founders Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria (D.C) and Mrs. Rajni Kataria.

The function started with Ganesh Vandana as welcome by Prabha Bharti & group. Students showcased their talent though lively and exuberant performances of various folk dances like rajasthani dance by Himani & group, Jindua Folk Dance by Charanjeet, Giddha by Amandeep etc. The solo dance performance, folk orchestra and folk songs were equally engaging.

Shubham from Jammu & group performed Dogri dance & exhibited the culture of Jammu & Kashmir. Chong & group of North East performed traditional Bamboo dance and made the audience to clap repeatedly.

Urban Pendu Bhangra by Prabhjot & Group, western hip hop dance by Govind & group enthralled the audience with hit Punjabi music and dance. Comedy skit by Salman & group, Mime by Charanjit & group refreshed the mind and mood of the audience and made then laugh. Modeling by the nursing students sashayed the ramp with different cultural attires.

The exhilarating and energetic performance of Bhangra by Varinder & Group brought out lively and colourful life of rural Punjab and made the audience of to tap on their feet.

Dr. (Mrs.) Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Director, Administration; Dr. Raman Rani Gupta, Director, Academics; Ms Sukhaman Bath, Registrar; Dr. Chandrashekhar, Former ADGP; Ravinder Singh Bassi, President, District Bar Association etc were also present on the occasion.

Dr. Anshu Kataria speaking on the occasion said that Aryans Group has students from all over India who are studying in various courses. The students presented their respective cultures through their dances in the function. He added that besides studies, extra co-curricular activities are equally important. They help in the overall development of the students.

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Happy Raikoti enthralls Aryans students in Aryans “Rajni”

Chandigarh 1st November

Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized its 11th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” at Tagore Theatre, Sector- 18, Chandigarh. Renowned Punjabi lyricist & Singer Happy Raikoti enthralled the students with his hit numbers. Thousand of students of B.Tech, MBA, LL.B, BA-LL.B, BBA, BCA, B.Com, GNM, ANM, B.Sc(Agri), BA, B.Ed, MA(Edu), Diploma etc students participated in various cultural activities.

The function commenced with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by the Aryans Group founders Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria (D.C) and Mrs. Rajni Kataria.

The function started with Ganesh Vandana as welcome by Prabha Bharti & group. Students showcased their talent though lively and exuberant performances of various folk dances like rajasthani dance by Himani & group, Jindua Folk Dance by Charanjeet, Giddha by Amandeep etc. The solo dance performance, folk orchestra and folk songs were equally engaging.

Shubham from Jammu & group performed Dogri dance & exhibited the culture of Jammu & Kashmir. Chong & group of North East performed traditional Bamboo dance and made the audience to clap repeatedly.

Urban Pendu Bhangra by Prabhjot & Group, western hip hop dance by Govind & group enthralled the audience with hit Punjabi music and dance. Comedy skit by Salman & group, Mime by Charanjit & group refreshed the mind and mood of the audience and made then laugh. Modeling by the nursing students sashayed the ramp with different cultural attires.

The exhilarating and energetic performance of Bhangra by Varinder & Group brought out lively and colourful life of rural Punjab and made the audience of to tap on their feet.

Dr. (Mrs.) Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Director, Administration; Dr. Raman Rani Gupta, Director, Academics; Ms Sukhaman Bath, Registrar; Dr. Chandrashekhar, Former ADGP; Ravinder Singh Bassi, President, District Bar Association etc were also present on the occasion.

Dr. Anshu Kataria speaking on the occasion said that Aryans Group has students from all over India who are studying in various courses. The students presented their respective cultures through their dances in the function. He added that besides studies, extra co-curricular activities are equally important. They help in the overall development of the students.

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