Dt. Gandhi addressed Aryans students on “Building a fairer, healthier world”
Mohali 7th April
On World Health Day, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh in association with Fortis Hospital, Mohali organised a webinar on this year theme “Building a fairer, healthier world”. Dt. Sonia Gandhi, Head, Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Fortis Hospital interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Management, Education and Agriculture & spoke on “Good Nutition :- Need of the Hour”. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dt. Gandhi while interacting with the students said that in view to keep our immune systems healthy during the corona virus pandemic, proper nutrition is an absolute must. The immune system protects us from pathogens & the connection between the pandemic and our dietary habits is undeniable, she said.
Gandhi said that Along with social distancing measures and effective vaccines, balanced diet is a key towards healthily life. Although not a replacement for medicine, good nutrition can work synergistically with medicine to improve vaccine effectiveness, reduce the prevalence of chronic disease and lower the burden on the health care system, she motivated.
While answering the student’s questions she said that the food for COVID-19 patients should be fresh and hot. Foods that are rich in antioxidants like leafy vegetables, carrot, pumpkin and capsicum, food rich in Vitamin C, egg white for proteins and a handful of dry fruits are recommended. Oily foods should be avoided or minimised as gastric reflex may arise, she added.
It is to mention that since 1950, World Health Day has been celebrated on the 7th of April of each year. The objective of World Health Day is to raise global awareness of a specific health theme to highlight a priority area of concern for the World Health Organisation (WHO).Read More
AICTE Vice Chairman addresses Kashmiri Youth in Aryans Webinar on Empowering Youth: Empowering Jammu & Kashmir
Over 28000 applied for Prime Minister Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS) from J&K in 2020 DC Srinagar; Secretary SBOTE; Director Tourism were the Guest of Honour
Srinagar 14th October
A webinar was organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, near Chandigarh on “Empowering Youth: Empowering Jammu and Kashmir” in which Dr M.P Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE was the Chief Guest. On the occasion, Aryans students made video presentations of their various projects including Shikara App, Ramadan App, Solar Boat, E- Munshi App and Life saving gloves. Over 5000 Kashmiri Youth and Youth from other states participated in the webinar.
Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, DC, Srinagar; Mr. Nisar Ahmad Wani (KAS), Director Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir; Er Mehmood Ahmad Khan, Secretary State Board of Technical Education J&K and Mr. G.N. Var, President Pvt. School Association, J&K were the Guest of Honour. Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr Poonia while addressing Kashmiri Youth said that AICTE has received around 28,000 applications (14000 from Jammu and 14000 from Kashmir) from all around Kashmir under Prime Minister Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS). While addressing innovations done by Aryans Kashmiri Students, he further added that students must apply for grant of these projects and they can get funding upto 10 Lac. He also asked students to apply for visit Abroad grants in which they can also get upto 10 Lac funding.
While talking on Kashmiri issue he said that Kashmir problem can be solved with “Shaastra” (education) not “Shastar” (weapon). He also said that AICTE will be funding three hostels for the students in Kashmir. He accepted the invitation of Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar and promised to visit Srinagar for launching of Aryans Innovations before 30th October.
Dr. Kataria said that there is a very popular proverb that “If there is a heaven on earth, it’s here, it’s here, it’s here”. Kashmir is heaven on earth and we are happy that Aryans is the only campus in the country in which Kashmiri students are studying in majority. There are a total 3500 students studying in Aryans in which 2000 students are from J&K. More than that, not only in innovations but also in the merit list of IKG-PTU, MRS-PTU, Punjabi University etc. in the last 13 years, these students have brought laurels and pride to the institute.
DC Srinagar added that he had heard a lot about innovations done by Aryans Kashmiri students. He said that Kashmiri students are very intelligent and they have a lot of potential for innovations. The cost of operations for the service sector is too low in J&K because of low cost man power. He quoted the example of call centers that the cost of setting up a call center in Delhi/NCR is around Rs 60,000 while in Kashmir it costs just Rs 20000. He further added that it is a matter of pride for the entire Kashmir Valley that the students are taking care of the people of their valley and innovating social projects for them which can also change the life of these people.
Nisar Ahmad Wani said that because of COVID 19 there is drastic fall in the tourism of Jammu & Kashmir but gradually lockdown is being opened up & soon tourism sector will be boosted in Kashmir. Wani further added that the Solar Boat developed by Aryans Kashmiri Students would always remain a point of attraction for tourists & locals. Wani further said that the directorate of tourism would provide every possible help to Aryans students for their existing & forthcoming innovations.
Secretary, SBOTE, said that the Board is committed to quality technical education in the state. He said that despite Covid 19 Board has conducted and declared the results. He appreciated the reforms done by Dr. M P Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE.
Mr. G N Var, while addressing said that majority of students from Kashmir join Aryans after their schooling where their skills get polished & they are motivated towards innovations. Var later thanked Dr. Kataria for fulfilling the promise done by Aryans Group in 2007 where better education for Kashmiri students was committed.
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 28 August
Students and staff members of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh participated in the “Shiksha Samvaad” organized by Joint Association of Colleges (JAC) and Education Promotion Society for India (EPSI). Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, Hon’ble Minister of Education, Government of India, was the Chief Guest while Dr. Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre, Hon’ble State Education Minister, was guest of honor. About 10,000 students from schools, colleges and universities participated in this education dialogue.
Dr. Anshu kataria Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges; President Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) & Co-Chairman, JAC mediated the second technical session. In the first session Sardar Satnam Singh Sandhu; Sardar Jagjit Singh; Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal; Mr. Ashok Mittal; Dr. H. Chaturvedi were present & in the second session Dr. Madhu Chitkara and Mr. Shankar Vanavarayar were present.
While addressing through a virtual session, Dr. Pokhriyal said, “New Education policy aims at improving the Gross Enrollment Rate (GER) in Higher Education and the Government of India has set a target of achieving 50% GER by 2035. To achieve this target, the Government of India has decided to add 3.5 crore new seats in Higher Education Institutions of India by 2035”.
The minister further said that education is the foundation & backbone of a person, family, society & country. A person alienated from education & society goes on the path of destruction. This education policy has been prepared with the help of around 2.5 lacs consultations, in which suggestions have been received from vice chancellors of 1000 universities, professors from degree colleges, teachers, academics & intellectuals, he added.
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