To create awareness about conserving birds, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh placed bird houses at its 20 acre lush green campus. Around 50 bird’s nests provided by Dr. Pirthipal Singh Trust, Ludhiana were placed on the canopies of the trees inside the campus. Renowned Radiologist & Environmentalist by passion Dr. Baljeet Kaur graced the occasion. In view of covid guidelines, few Aryans students from Law, Engineering, Pharmacy, Nursing, Agriculture, Management participated in this noble cause.
Dr. Anshu Kataria Chairman Aryans Group while speaking on the occasion said that in the face of rapid urbanization, wildlife is losing its place in the race of survival. We also felt that it’s our responsibility to safeguard the winged friends who are losing their natural habitat due to deforestation & faced a shocking decline in numbers.
Ms. Sneha Bhardwaj, HoD, Department of Agriculture said that Punjab is reeling under an unprecedented heat wave & Water scarcity seems unprecedented as most of the surface water bodies are drying up. “While cattle and pets are fed at least once a day by their owners, wild animals and birds are on their own, which is why we thought we should do something about it, added Sneha.
Ms Anchal Jariyal , Faculty, Aryans College of law said that We are encouraging students, friends and acquaintances to hang bird feeders in front of their house and nearby trees. Feeding the birds & animals has been greatly satisfying, she added.Read More
Renowned Radiologist & Environmentalist Dr. Baljeet Kaur was Chief Guest
Tree plantation drive & Poster presentation activities were organized
Considering the manifold benefits of trees and the conducive season, Department of Agriculture, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh organized a tree plantation drive in Aryans Campus. Dr. Baljeet Kaur, Radiologist by Profession & environment lover by passion graced this occasion. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the event.
Kaur while interacting said that in the blind race of development, we forget the mantra of Indian culture that nature is our mother and it cannot be exploited by excessive use of pesticides. Indian culture has accepted the importance of trees and encouraged it. Plantation of Malabar Neem trees to control pollution would be a game changer as observed in other states, she stressed.
Kataria while speaking on the occasion said that in the face of rapid urbanization, we are exploiting our natural resources. We all should actively participate in tree plantation drives to make Punjab clean, green and pollution free, appealed Kataria. He thanked Dr. Pirthipal Singh Trust, Ludhiana for providing saplings.
On this occasion a poster presentation activity was organized & students from various departments participated enthusiastically. Best poster titles were announced for Ms. Vanshita Mahajan, Ms Jyotika Ms. Jaswinder Kaur from BA. LLB. To mark this day special, staff & students planted Malabar Neem & fruit saplings. Faculty members including Ms Sneha Bhardwaj, Ms Saloni, Ms Sandeep were present.Read More
The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), UT Chandigarh organised Summer E-Internship programme for budding law professionals in the month of June where around 50 students of Aryans College of Law were selected under this 2 weeks programme.
At DLSA, in an event above law interns were awarded with the certificates by Sh Ashok Kr Mann, CJM-cum- Secretary & Mr. Neil Roberts, Chief Coordinator, DLSA, UT Chandigarh.
Mann while interacting with the law students said that Legal internships helps law students decide their respective areas of interest out of a plethora of opportunities offered by legal education be it a career in a corporate law firm, litigation, academics & working for NGOs.
Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while thanking Chief Guest & addressing students said that law students shall keep on brainstorming and aim for clarity on whatever they are witnessing. The experience which a student gains from an internship is valuable in growing a career in law, added kataria.
On this occasion Dr. Garima Thakur, Deputy Director, Aryans Group, Ms Sanskriti Rana; Mrs. Anchal Jariyal, Faculty, Aryans College of Law & Ms. Manjeet Kaur, were also present.Read More
Mohali 22 July
To aware agriculture students about future prospects of agriculture a webinar on “Career Opportunities in Agricultural Sciences” was organised by Department of Agriculture, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh. Ms. Sneha Bhardwaj, Expert, Seed Technology addressed Aryans Agriculture students including B.Sc. Hons. & Diploma Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the Webinar.
Ms. Bhardwaj while interacting with the students said that Agriculture is an academic discipline that involves the study of various scientific, technical and business subjects related to agriculture, horticulture, farm management, poultry farming, dairy farming, agricultural biotechnology, etc. The scope of a career in Agriculture has grown tremendously in recent times with cutting-edge research and continuous innovation in the industry, she added.
She said that Indian economy is heavily dependent on agriculture and the demand for a professionally trained workforce is strident. The days of thinking of agriculture as toiling in the hot sun with returns at subsistence level are over as technology and scientific inputs have made the process less dependent on manual labour.
While answering students questions she said that The scope is endless as the agriculture industry is still in a maturing phase and new technological advancements will open new vistas for the youth to build careers on, discussed Bhardwaj.Read More
Law students participated in declamation contest
To mark importance of “World Day for International Justice” A declamation contest was organized by Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh on this year theme “A call for justice in the digital economy”. Aryans students of Law, Engineering, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed, Agriculture etc participated. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group praised all the students for participating in the competitions whole heartedly and motivated them to partake more in future days.
Ms Anchal Jariyal, Faculty, Aryans College of Law while discussing the importance of Justice said that the judicial system of a nation puts every person in their own place, and fights corruption in the process. Ensuring justice is the chief goal of the judicial system, and it takes every measure necessary to ensure the same, said Jariyal.
The law students including from LLB & BA. LLB Sandeep Kaur, Amisha, Sukhmanpreet kaur, Rasal, Mansi, Muskan, Jaswinder, Pinky, Manpreet, Harneet, Raman Ghoury spoke on various topics to raise a voice against social injustice and to bring the various communities internationally together to eliminate poverty, gender, and physical discrimination, illiteracy, religious discrimination to make a socially integrated society.
It is to be mentioned that 17 July is celebrated as World Day for International Justice is the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998. With the help of this treaty, the International Criminal Court (ICC) was established. In 1998 since that day, about 139 countries have signed the Court’s treaty and nearly 80 States, representative of every region of the world, have ratified it.Read More
Mohali 15 July
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on International English Language Test (IELTS). Ms Nidhi Malik, IELTS Trainer interacted with the Aryans students of Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, Management, B.Ed and Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the event.
Nidhi while interacting with students said that IELTS primary purpose is to measure the English language competency of people who wish to work or study in areas where English is used as the dominant means of communication. It has been reported that approx 3.5 million tests are taken each year, added Nidhi.
While answering student’s questions she said that preparation for IELTS will help students to improve their language skills and they can ace the selected program in an effective manner. Obtaining a good score will increase the student’s confidence he will be able to pursue the courses without any linguistic hurdles.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans Group of Colleges has tied up with more than 500 reputed colleges and universities of Canada. Students can start their education with few courses at Aryans and complete the remaining courses at Canada under Credit Transfer or pathway programs.Read More
Mohali 11 July
In the examinations conducted by MRS-PTU, Bathinda, the Students of Aryans College of Engineering, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh brought laurels to the college by giving excellent performance in Academic results.
In B.Tech Civil Engg. 1st position was bagged by Adil Nissar with 8.65, 2nd position by Huzaif Yaseen with 8.55 and 3rd position by Raqib Gul with 8.5 SGPA. In B.Tech Electrical Engg., 1st position was bagged by Naveen Kumar with 8.05, 2nd position by Akshay Kumar with 7.9 and 3rd position by Umer Farooq with 7.81 SGPA; In B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engg., 1st position was bagged by Gurtej singh with 9.54, 2nd position by Naimuddin Ahmad with 9.38 and 3rd position by Manpreet Singh with 9.21 SGPA. In B.Tech Electrical and Communication Engg., Seventh Semester, 1st position was bagged by Surjeet Singh with 7.78, 2nd position by Biswajeet Priyadarshi with 7.3 and 3rd position was bagged by Tufail Ahmad Shah and Zahid Hassan with 7.22 SGPA. In B.Tech Computer Science Engg. 1st position was bagged by Avneet Kumar with 7.84, 2nd position by Aabaiz Ashraf with 7.68 and 3rd position was bagged by Firdous Ahmad Mir with 7.44 SGPA. In B.Tech Mechanical Engg., 1st position was bagged by Aman Kumar with 8.67, 2nd position by Danish Shafi and Iqra Rafiq with 8.47 and 3rd position was bagged by Gh Mohi U Din Lone with 8.33 SGPA in College Academic result seventh semester result.
Dr. J.K. Saini, Diector, Aryans College of Engineering congratulated the students and faculty for the continuous efforts and hard work done. Dr. Saini said that apart from regular academics, extracurricular activities like webinars on industrial engineering, soft skills, innovations & importance of patents etc. are also being organized time to time to enhance the skills and knowledge of the students.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that such excellent results by the students regularly makes the College one of the most preferred destinations among students. Quality education is the motto of Aryans and the result of the students has proved that we have been successful in our endeavours.
Feeling ecstatic over the achievement, the toppers said that they attributed their success to the guidance of their family and the faculty.
Aryans Law Students bags Summer E-Internship opportunity at District Legal Services Authority, UT Chandigarh
Mohali 7 July
Amid surging cases of Covid-19, the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), UT Chandigarh organised Summer E-Internship programme for budding law professionals. 50 students of Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh were selected under this E- Internship programme. The Interns came across various eminent personalities who gave an insight into the Legal Aid and services mechanism besides literacy programmes and schemes framed for “Access to Justice for All”.
During this 2 weeks long E- Internship various legal experts, psychologists and social reformers from Chandigarh including Sh Ashok Kr Mann; CJM-cum- Secretary, DLSA; Sh Rajeshwar Singh, Law Officer, State Legal Service Authority (SLSA); Ms. Seema Pascricha, Master Trainers of Mediation, Sh Neil Roberts, Chief Coordinator, DLSA; Dr Satinder Kaur; Chairperson, Child Welfare Committee; Dr Madanjit Sahota; Member, Juvenile Justice Board; Sh J. S. Jayra; Principal, Institute for the Blind; Mr. Dhananjay & Mr Simranjit Singh representing transgender Community; Sh V.K. Kapoor (Retd IPS); Member, Permanent Lok Adalat; Sh Vikramjeet Godwani; Incharge, Protection Home; Ms Sonal Kalia, Sr. Supervisor, Women & Child Helpline (181); Dr Upneet Lalli, Deputy Director, Institute of Correctional Administration etc adressed the interns on different social and legal subjects.
Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group extended gratitude to Hon’ble Mr Justice Jaswant Singh, Judge Punjab and Haryana High Court cum Executive Chairman, State Legal Services
Authority for giving the students an opportunity to interact with the team at Legal Service Authority. He further expressed his thankfullness to Sh Ashok Kr Mann, CJM cum Secretary, DLSA and his team and said that the knowledge and experience of grass root realties gained at the initial stage of academic pursuit would be immensely valuable in professional career of the students.
Ms Puneet Kaur and Mr Ankur Garg, interns from Aryans College of Law stated that they had wonderful experience learning with resource persons of DLSA, UT Chandigarh who made them aware about the problems and challenges being faced by certain sections because of social and economic barriers.Read More
Mohali 4 July
A free Covid-19 vaccination camp was organised today at Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Chandigarh in association with the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Punjab at Aryans Campus.
The vaccination camp was inaugurated by Dr. Kushal Deep Gill, Senior Medical Officer, Community Health Centre (CHC), Kalomajra & Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group. In this COVID-19 vaccination camp, 1st dose was administered to around 100 persons belonging to 18 & above age group including students, teaching & non teaching staff along with people from nearby region.
The camp was led by Dr. Gurmehar Singh, Medical Officer & Dr. Neha Puri, Ayurvedic Medical Officer. The Paramedical team including Ms Shailza, Community Health Worker; Ms Jaswinder Kaur, Multipurpose Health Worker; Ms Amandeep Kaur, Lab Technician, Manmohan Singh etc were also present in camp. Among students & staff members, along with vaccination, awareness on the rapid spread of the viral infection and the safety measures to be taken was also created.
Dr. Kataria while thanking Capt. Amrinder Singh, Chief Minister, Punjab & S. Balbir Singh Sidhu, Health & Family Welfare Minister, Punjab for providing free Covid vaccination said that the initiatives of the health department and the district administration are highly appreciated. It is now the social responsibility of every individual to reach at camps and help the administration in preventing the third wave of the pandemic, added Kataria.
Dr. Kushal Deep said the camp was held as per the guidelines issued by the Punjab Government. Every person above 18 years of age must get vaccinated as early as possible, he stressed.