With the objective of promoting sports and youth services in the state, the Punjab Secretariat Cricket Club (PSCC), in association with Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized “Avengers Cup”, T20 open Cricket tournament, Today, where around 16 teams from tricity would be participating.
In a brief program, Deputy Principal Secretary to the Hon’ble C M, Punjab & Chief Patron, PSCC, Mr. Gurinder Singh Sodhi was the Chief Guest while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges was Guest of honour. In the opening ceremony, the official jersey of the club was released in the function by distinguished guests at Punjab Civil Secretariat. Later, in the closing ceremony, Dr. Kataria presented a memento to Mr. Sodhi.
While addressing the players, Sodhi said that besides working in the offices, the employees should also be aware of their health. Sports play a very important role in a person’s life and make a person healthy and optimistic. He said that he himself cycles 50-60 km per day which keeps him fit. He apprised the members, players & guest about the achievements of PSCC in previous years.
Kataria while motivating the players said that Aryans always look forward to spread educational services in the state as well as to encourage the youth towards sports & for Avengers Cup, the Group is a major contributor to the PSCC jersey. He assured the players and the team management that he would continue to be associated with the club in the future and strive for the better performance of the club from time to time.
On this occasion, president, PSCC & team captain, Mr. Bhupinder Singh said that his team has been practicing for a long time and many tournaments will be played with different teams in the coming days. The Treasurer and Coordinator, PSCC, Mr. Naveen Sharma, said that his team is able to compete with any professional team and is participating in the “Avengers Cup” starting from 3rd April. The team is in high spirits and will play to give good results. General Secretary, PSCC Mr. Neeraj Prabhakar, Press Secretary S. Gurpreet Singh and S. Gurveer Singh were also present on the occasion.
On behalf of the management of Aryan Group, Deputy Director, Dr. Garima Thakur, Media Coordinator, Ms Manjit Kaur and Finance Officer, Mr. Manu Kataria were also present.
Mohali 28th March
Keeping in light the current situation in the country owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi has extended the last date for getting admission into various Nursing Courses till 31st March, 2021 for Academic Year 2020-21, in Punjab, as per recent notification. This will be a golden opportunity for the students & this decision will go a long way towards enabling more aspiring candidates to apply comfortably within the newly declared last dates.
Dr. Rajinderjit Kaur Bajwa, Principal, Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh said that 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 Nursing Professional to provide better quality to human health care.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while giving more information said that the institute is already running GNM & ANM courses successfully since 10 years & now the B.Sc. Nursing program has been included with an intake of 60 Seats from the current session. The demand for nursing professionals has risen across the globe since the Covid-19 outbreak, and has put nurses in a very bright spotlight, he added.
It is to mention that, the B. Sc. Nursing has been introduced from this 2020- 21 academic session in Aryans Institute of Nursing which is approved by the Government of Punjab & Punjab Nursing Registration Council (PNRC) & affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.Read More
Webinar on Seed Production of Horticultural Crops held
Department of Agriculture, Aryans Degree College Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on “Seed Production of Horticultural crops”. Dr. Allah Rang, HOD (Retd.) Dept of Plant Breeding and Genetics Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana & presently Managing Director, Biocarve Seeds where he exporting large quantity of flower seeds to American and European countries since 2008. He interacted with faculty members & the students of B. Sc. & Diploma Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Rang while interacting with students said that the production of high-quality seed is fundamental to modern agriculture. Seeds can serve as the delivery system not only for improved genotypes but also for new planting and production methods and crop protection strategies that improve the overall efficiency of agriculture and reduce its environmental vagaries he explained.
He further said that the purity of any commercial product propagated by seed begins with the genetic purity of the seed planted. Genetic purity standards have been established by seed certification laws and state seed certification agencies to assure growers that the seed they buy is accurately labeled with the correct crop and variety. Seed purity standards also specify the percentage of contamination in seeds, he added.
He explained that seed producers take many steps to protect genetic integrity, including ensuring the integrity of their planting seed, properly identifying and labeling plants and fields, planting seeds on clean land. Removing undesirable plants and employing physical isolation via mesh cages, distance isolation, hand pollination to ensure that pollination only occurs among plants of the desired variety, he told.Read More
Chairman, COVID-19 Vaccination Committee, PGI emphasized on Precautions for Covid-19
Mohali 23rd March
To create awareness about vaccination for the corona pandemic among students & faculty members, a webinar on “COVID-19 Vaccination” was organized at Aryans College of Pharmacy. Dr. S. S. Pandav, chairman COVID-19 vaccination committee, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh interacted with faculty members & the students of B. Pharmacy & D. Pharmacy. The GNM & ANM students of Aryans Institute of Nursing also attended the session. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Pandav, while interacting with the students said that to stop the spread of COVID-19 in community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. Vaccination is a safe and effective way to prevent disease and save lives, now more than ever, he said.
He further said that COVID-19 vaccines are going through a rigorous, multi-stage testing process, including large trials that involve tens of thousands of people. These trials, which include some groups at high risk for COVID-19 are specifically designed to identify any common side effects or other safety concerns. But, rumors are being spread about the efficacy of vaccines & it seems that people are hesitating to get inoculated, he mentioned.
While answering the student’s questions he further discussed that Vaccines reduce risks of getting a disease by working with your body’s natural defenses to build protection. When you get a vaccine, your immune system responds. The vaccine is therefore a safe and clever way to produce an immune response in the body, without causing illness. But it takes two to three weeks to get full immunity after one gets the second dose, he told.
Mr. Krishna Singla, Convener, of the event said that Vaccines are the technology that humanity has relied to bring down the death toll of infectious diseases. To bring this pandemic to an end, the world needs to be immune to this life threatening virus with a vaccine, he stressed.Read More
Justice Vinod Kumar Sharma, Lokpal Punjab addressed students in a webinar on “World Consumer Rights Day” organized by Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar. Around 500 students of LL.B. & B.A.LL.B. attended the program through zoom, facebook & Youtube.
Justice Sharma while discussing the importance of this day said that this day signifies celebration and solidarity in the international consumer movement, demanding that, consumer rights are to be respected and protected. Consumer Rights broadly means that each consumer has the right to have information about the quality, potency, quantity, purity, price and standard of goods or services, he explained.
He further said that the rights given to Consumers under The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 are Right to Protection, Right of Information, Right of Choice, Right of Hearing & Right of Redressal. The Consumer has the right to choose the product, be protected from all kind of hazardous goods, be informed about the performance and quality of all products, to be heard in all decision-making processes related to Consumer interests, to seek redressal, he elaborated.
Further based on this year theme “Tackle Plastic Pollution”, he discussed that our ecosystem suffers from single-use plastics as these continue to fill our oceans. Where consumers are increasingly concerned about plastic pollution, they are already taking action. As a global consumer movement, we play a critical role in tackling plastic pollution and promoting sustainable consumption, he motivated.Read More
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on “Anemia in Females, Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment”. Dr. Divya Awasthi, Consultant Gynecologist & Obstetrician, Fortis Hospital, Mohali interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Management, Education and Agriculture & spoke on “Anemia in Females, Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment”. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Awasthi while interacting with students said that Anemia is a condition of low number of red blood cells. In a routine blood test, anemia is reported as low hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the main protein in your red blood cells. It carries oxygen, and delivers it throughout your body. If you have anemia, your hemoglobin level will be low too, she added.
She further discussed about the symptoms of anemia including Dizziness, Fast or unusual heartbeat, Headache, Joints Pain, Shortness of breath, Pale yellow skin, Cold hands and feet, Tiredness or weakness etc. There are more than 400 types of anemia. Certain forms of anemia are passed down through your genes, and infants may have it from birth, she told.
She explained that Women are at risk of iron-deficiency anemia because of blood loss from their periods and higher blood supply demands during pregnancy. Treatment varies, depending on the type, but it may include iron or vitamin supplements, medications, blood transfusions, and bone marrow transplants, she said.Read More
A workshop on Role of Intellectual Property in Innovation & Value Creation held
Mohali, 7th March
To mark International Women’s Day more special for budding women researchers doing various innovations at Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh, a virtual workshop on “Intellectual Property in Innovation & Value Creation” was organized. Mrs Pooja Kumar, Women Entrepreneur, Founder Director; Innove Intellects, Patent agent, Govt. of India interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Management, Education and Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Mrs. Kumar while addressing with students & faculty members said that patent is a form of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of years in exchange for publishing anenabling public disclosure of the invention.
She told that The Patents Act 1970, along with the Patents Rules 1972, came into force on 20th April 1972, replacing the Indian Patents and Designs Act 1911. In most countries, patent rights fall under private law and the patent holder must sue someone infringing the patent in order to enforce his or her rights.
She discussed about the procedure for granting patents, requirements placed on the patentee, and the extent of the exclusive rights vary widely between countries according to national laws and international agreements. Patents provide incentives for economically efficient research and development (R&D), she added.Read More
Mohali 4 March
Aryans Pharmacy College organised a webinar on “Analgesic & Anti-inflammatory drugs”. Dr. Harvinder Pal Singh, Faculty, Govt. Medical College, Patiala interacted with faculty members & the students of B. Pharmacy &D. Pharmacy of Aryans Pharmacy College and Aryans College of Pharmacy. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Singh while interacting with the students & faculty members said that Analgesics are a class of medications designed specifically to relieve pain. They include acetaminophen and opioids (narcotics), which are only available by prescription. They work differently in the body. Analgesics can be life-changing for people with arthritis, relieving pain and making it possible to work, do daily activities, he added
He further said that these drugs block the production of certain body chemicals that cause inflammation. Generally, for acute (sharp sudden pain) muscle injuries, these work quickly. However, these may need to be taken as often as every four to six hours because of their short action time, he explained
Mr. Krishna Singla, Principal, Aryans Pharmacy College & convener of the event said that Before beginning any medication, we should discuss the pros and cons with our doctor, especially if you are taking it regularly, he stressed.Read More
A Poster Presentation contest organised by Aryans Group of Colleges
Mohali 28th Feb
To celebrate National Science Day, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar & poster presentation activity. Dr. Hari Om Chauhan, Application Specialist in Bio Analytical Technology interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Management, Education and Agriculture & spoke on “Techniques & Equipments used to Improve Quality of Medicine”. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Chauhan said that Health care delivery systems which are working to improve patient experience can face daunting challenges, reflecting the need to align changes in behavior and practices in the organization. In health care, continuous quality improvement is used interchangeably with Total Quality Management, he discussed.
Chauhan further said that Quality improvement is a formal approach to improve performance. Health care organizations can take advantage of established principles for quality improvement, which are already familiar to the many providers involved in clinical quality improvement. Later he discussed all Six domains in health care including safety, timeliness, effectiveness, efficiency, equitability, patient-centeredness etc.
It is to mention that National Science Day is celebrated all over the country on 28th February in order to remember the invention of Raman effect by Indian Physicist Sir C V Raman for which he earned Noble Prize. On this occasion a poster presentation contest was also organized where students from various departments participated.Read More
A declamation contest organized at Aryans College of Law
Mohali 21st Feb
To highlight the importance of World day for Social Justice, Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on “A call for Social Justice in the Digital Economy”. Mrs. Richa Vashisht, Faculty, Aryans College of Law interacted with the Aryans students of Law, Engineering, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed and Agriculture. Dr. Garima Thakur, Deputy Director, Aryans Group was the moderator of this session.
Vashisht While interacting with the students said that this day is observed every year on 20th February & recognizes the need to promote social justice which refers to equal opportunities, distribution of wealth, healthcare facilities etc. within a society. Amid the COVID-19, the alarming inequalities have been exposed like never before and hence there is need to promote this day, she explained.
She further said that over the last few years, countries have increasingly focused on digital economy & Social justice in this era has become a necessity as traditional work forces have started suffering because they are not able to adapt this platform. Local wage earners and small businesses are facing challenges like unfair competition, she discussed.
On this occasion, a declamation contest was also organized on virtual mode.Read More