IKG-PTU, Jalandhar allotted 60 seats from 2020-21
Mohali 27th September
Pandemic Covid-19 with which the whole world is fighting has put Paramedical Sciences in spotlight. The demand of paramedics is growing manifold day by day because of this pandemic. The Paramedical Professionals have emerged as one of the front line workers in the health and medical sectors.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh said that keeping in mind the demand of paramedical courses, Aryans has also started B.Sc in Medical Lab Sciences from the session 2020. Medical & Non- Medical pass out students can take enroll under this 3 years degree course approved by IKG-PTU, Jalandhar vide university notification number IKGPTU/Reg./Affi./1332-1338 dated 15/08/2020. Interested students can call on Aryans admissions helpline numbers 98762-99888, 98765-99888 or apply at www.aryans.edu.in
Kataria further added that Aryans is already running B. Pharmacy, D.Pharmacy, GNM, ANM, etc from past years and the demand for these paramedical courses has increased post Covid as the increase in number of patient with variety of diseases and the demand for immense treatment has paved the way for Paramedical Professional to provide better quality to human health care.
Kataria further added that the requirement of Para medical staff including staff, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, radiographers, male & female health workers etc across the country has increased tremendously. The retaining of the students in the state would add to the economy of the state.
Mohali 27th September
CLAT 2020 on 28th September 2020:
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 will be conducted on 28th September 2020. The exam will be conducted by Consortium of National Law Universities for the admission in year 2020-21 in 22 National law universities (NLUs) and 16 affiliated Law Colleges & Universities in India. The common law admission test will be administered offline.
In 2019, around 60,000 candidates appeared for the CLAT. This year the number may increase as the interest of the students in Legal Education is growing dynamically across the Country.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans College of Law, Rajpura Near Chandigarh said that Aryans College of Law is the first College in Punjab which has now also become part of those top Universities and Colleges of Legal Studies to use CLAT Score for the admissions in LL.B. (3 Years) and BA-LL.B. (5 Years) program.
Kataria thanked the CLAT committee for making Aryans the part of CLAT & permitting to use CLAT Score for its admissions. Kataria further thanked the students and staff for taking the law college to such a top position in short span of time with their efforts made in academics, innovations etc.
Kataria further added that in North India, Chandigarh has emerged out as the most preferred destination for the students of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, J&K etc.
CLAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria:
For undergraduate programme (five-year Integrated Law Degree), an applicant must be a pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination with a minimum of a 45% marks for all categories except for SC/ST categories in which case the applicant needs to have 40% marks.
For undergraduate programme (three-year Law Degree), an applicant must be a pass in Graduation Degree with a minimum of a 45% marks for all categories except for SC/ST categories in which case the applicant needs to have 40% marks.
For post-graduate programme (LLM degree), an applicant must have LLB degree with at least 55% marks. Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories need to have 50% marks in LLB degree.
Webinar on Phytopharmaceuticals to transform Global Health in Covid-19 Pandemic held at Aryans
Mohali 25th September
Observing the vision of International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) & World Health Organization (WHO), Aryans Pharmacy College & Aryans College of Pharmacy Rajpura, Near Chandigarh celebrated “World Pharmacist Day”. On this special occasion Dr. Manish Vyas, Specialist in Ayurvedic pharmaceutics interacted with Staff & students of B. Pharmacy & D. Pharmacy of Aryans Pharmacy College and Aryans College of Pharmacy & spoke on “Phytopharmaceuticals to transform Global Health in Covid-19 Pandemic”. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Vyas while interacting with students said globally herbal medicine has been considered an important alternative to modern allopathic medicine. Phytopharmaceuticals are herbal medicines whose efficacy is down to one or several plant substances or active ingredients. They have been used for treating diseases since time immemorial, he added.
He further said that Plants produce an incredible variety of natural compounds. It is therefore not surprising that humans make use of this huge diversity. Historical sources show that the use of medicinal plants goes way back to the Bronze Age.
Vyas enlightened students that naturally existing compounds provide a wealth of chemical diversity, including antiviral activity, and thus may have utility as therapeutic agents against corona virus infections. There are promising compounds for the inhibition of coronavirus in humans include scutellarein, silvestrol, tryptanthrin, saikosaponin B2, quercetin, myricetin, caffeic acid, psoralidin, isobavachalcone etc, he explained.
This webinar also promoted values in pharmacy profession & caring for patients emerging needs during corona pandemic. Dr. Garima Thakur, HoD Agriculture Dept., Mrs. Kalindi Madaan, HOD, Pharmacy Dept along with the faculty members Ms. Manjeet and Ms. Pardeep also attended the webinar.
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Aryans & Fortis jointly organized a webinar
Mohali 20th September
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh and Fortis Hospital, Mohali jointly organized a webinar on “20 20 20 Look after your Eyes: Computers or Otherwise”. Dr. Rajan Chugh, Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon & Laser Specialist, Fortis Hospital, Mohali interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Management, Engineering, Law, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed, Polytechnic Diploma, Education and Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Chugh while interacting with students said that No doubt, online education is helping students to catch up the losted classes due to prolonged lockdown because of COVID-19 pandemic. Attending classes online without break is causing problems like dry eye syndrome & burning eye sensation. The deep dependence on technology has forced many jobs to move online, is taking a toll on everyone eyes, he added
Dr Chugh advised that at least one of the online sessions should be a physical activity like yoga, dance etc. The students should follow the 20-20-20 rule. They should blink in between, take a 20 second-long break after every 20 minutes of screen time, and look at something located 20 feet away, he said.
Chugh said that viewing a computer screen, laptop or mobile will not cause any harm to vision if all safety measures are implemented. He stressed on the importance of good posture & screen should be placed on a table at a distance of 1 foot. The viewing screen should be kept 20 degrees below the eye level no bright light should fall on the screen as this can cause glare.
Mohali 16th September
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on “Understanding & Countering One’s Fear”. Mrs. Manjula Salaria, Life Skill Coach, Director, Prasanchetas; CEO, The Transformer-Value Creators interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Engineering, Law, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, Education and Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Mrs. Salaria while interacting with students said that Fear always stems from two things—one, something unpleasant that you are aware of and are scared to experience again, and two, a new thing that is beyond your comprehension. It makes us anxious and gives us the fear of the unknown. Most of us feel a degree of fear & nervous apprehension when preparing to speak up or perform in front of a group. They are suffering from a form of social anxiety disorder, she said.
Salaria further explained that Learning to accept yourself and not feeling that you have to prove yourself to others is at the root of healing. To overcome fear some people also choose medication or natural remedies to help reduce their symptoms of performance anxiety.
Salaria mentioned that if you are willing stop avoiding your fears and learn new skills to reduce and manage them, you will develop an empowering belief and trust in yourself. In facing your fear, it becomes possible to overcome performance anxiety and find comfort and ease in expressing yourself in front of others, she added.
Prof. B. S. Sidhu, Director, Aryans Group; Dr Garima Thakur, HOD, Agriculture etc. were also present on this occasion.
All India Unaided Colleges organized a webinar. Chairman, Vice Chairman, Member Secretary, AICTE were speakers on this occasion
Mohali 11th September
Federation of Self Financing Technical Institutions (FSFTI), Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) and Joint Association of Colleges (JAC) jointly organized a webinar on the Impact of New Education Policy on Technical Education: Opportunities and Challenges. Professor Anil. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE was the chief guest on this occasion. Dr. MP Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE, & Professor Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary, AICTE New Delhi were guests of honour in this webinar. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, FSFTI; PUCA; Aryans Group of Colleges was the Moderator of this session.
Sh. Anil Sahasrabudhe Chairman, AICTE, while addressing said that the New Education Policy will change the education system of the entire country. The policy has all the ingredients to address the issues which have affected technical education in the country and overcome the crisis, he added. While the industry is looking for quality and competent manpower, the system has been churning out lakhs of graduates who are not fit to be employed. This policy has laid down the foundations of futuristic education in India solving employment problems also.
Dr. M. P. Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE while interacting said that after 34 years, the Modi Government has taken a big initiative by introducing New Education Policy. But this policy has come up with a lot of opportunities & challenges. On one hand more than 10000 technical colleges across the country have the option to offer multidisciplinary courses but at the same time institutes with quality education would survive.
Poonia further added that the graded autonomy will be given to institutions on the basis of performance of the institute which will be very supportive for the colleges. Colleges have to upgrade themselves with the latest technology so that they can compete with the world’s best colleges, he urged.
Professor Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary, AICTE said that the policy envisages broad based, multi-disciplinary, holistic undergraduate education with flexible curriculum, creative combinations of subjects, integration of vocational education and multiple entry and exit points with appropriate certification. The focus will be on testing concepts and knowledge application, he added.
Mr. RS Munirathanam (Tamil Nadu); Shri KVK Rao (Andhra/Telangana); Professor Ramdas (Maharashtra); Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal (Punjab); Professor Lalit Aggarwal (Delhi and Haryana); Dr. Arvind Agarwal (Rajasthan); Sh. Purushotam Sharma (Himachal Pradesh); Engg. BS Yadav (Madhya Pradesh); Sh. Janak Khandelwal (Gujarat); Sh. Bijoyananda Chowdhury (North-East); Utpal Das (West Bengal); Sardar Satnam Singh Sandhu; Mr. Amit Sharma; Sardar Jagjit Singh (Punjab) were the speakers in the webinar. More than 5,000 technical colleges from the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, Delhi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, North East etc. participated in this webinar.
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