Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot has granted approval to Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh to start various Paramedical Certificate Courses for 20 seats each including Home Based Care Helper, Emergency cum Ambulance Attendant, Hospital and Home based Care Attendant & Operation Theatre Attendant.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges said that paramedical science has emerged as important branch of medical science. Today, doctors, nurses & Health Care workers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 response. Forced to cope up with limited personnel, hospitals nationwide are struggling to provide adequate care for corona virus patients.
He further added that this crisis has served to highlight how vital healthcare workers are? Keeping in view, new paramedical courses have been started in Aryans as the demand for healthcare professionals will not disappear in post Covid-19 scenario but is projected to increase in the coming years in both Government as well as Private sectors, added kataria.
It is to be mention that Aryans Institute of Nursing is already running B. Sc. Nursing, GNM & ANM approved by Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi, Affiliated BFUHS, Faridkot & Punjab Nurses Registration Council (PNRC), Mohali, respectively.Read More
15th Batch admissions announced on the occasion.
To invoke the blessings from the Almighty for students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh Path Shri Sukhmani Sahib Ji was held for Aryans students & faculty members to pay obeisance to the Shri Guru Granth Sahib. After bhog, admissions for 15th batch were announced for various courses including Engineering, Polytechnic, Law, Pharmacy, Nursing, Agriculture, Management, B. Ed Etc.
The Path was followed by langar. ‘Kadha prasad’ was also distributed among students. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while addressing advised students to follow the principles of the Gurbani in their lives and cultivate the values of humanity.
On this occasion Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria, Founder, Mrs. Rajni Kataria, Treasurer, Dr. Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group were present. Prof. B.S. Sidhu Director, Aryans Group; Dr. J.K. Saini, Director, Aryans College of Engineering and Dr. Garima Thakur, Deputy Director, Aryans Group were also present.
It is to be mentioned that the admissions for 15th Batch have already been started in Engineering, Law, Management, Degree, Education, Nursing, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Polytechnic Diploma etc. The group is also in the process of international academic collaborations with Canadian and UK colleges and universities along with their regular studies they would be given free IELTS coaching till they get desired bands.Read More
Renowned Environmentalist & North India Beauty Queen interacts with Aryans Students on World Environment Day
On this occasion Nature’s Photography Contest was organized
To create awareness of the Environment and Nature, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on World Environment Day, under the theme “Ecosystem Restoration”. Dr. Ranjana Sharma Garg, Mrs. North India Queen 2019 & an Environmentalist interacted with the students of Engineering, Law, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed, Agriculture etc of Aryans. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the webinar.
Dr. Ranjana while interacting with students said that this day is celebrated on June 5 every year to remind people about the importance of nature. All kinds of ecosystem can be restored, including forests, farmlands, cities, wetlands and oceans. Restoration initiatives can be launched by almost anyone, discussed Ranjana.
She further said that the emergence of COVID-19 has also shown just how disastrous the consequences of ecosystem loss can be. By shrinking the area of natural habitat for animals, we have created ideal conditions for pathogens including corona viruses to spread but amid the corona virus-induced lockdown, nature is getting time to clean itself and reclaim its space, she explained.
On this occasion, a photography contest was also organized & students from all departments participated enthusiastically. The winners of the contest including Shahid Anwar, B. Pharma; Wasim Abid & Suliman Saith, MBA; Ekta Shukla, B. Pharma & Dilawar Ahmad Lone from MBA were announced.Read More
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a webinar on International English Language Test (IELTS), Gateway to International Education. 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 that English is the third most spoken language in the world, with 379 million speakers worldwide. IELTS is designed to help you work, study or migrate to a country where English is the native language. This includes countries such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK and USA. Your ability to listen, read, write and speak in English will be assessed during the test. IELTS is graded on a scale of 1-9, she said.
Nidhi said that the higher you can score in your IELTS, reflects a better understanding and ability to communicate in English. Each immigration body, university, workplace or institution will have specific IELTS score requirements. The score you need will depend on what you are looking to do in the country, i.e work or study. IELTS is developed to provide a fair and accurate assessment of English language proficiency, she added
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
An online speech competition was organized on this occasion
Mohali 31st May
With the aims to spread awareness about the dangers of tobacco and its negative impact on health, World No Tobacco Day was celebrated at Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh under this year’s theme “Commit to quit”. Dr. Jyoti Kapil, Student Mentor, Head, Life sciences, Kanoria Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur 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.
Dr. Jyoti while interacting with students said that Tobacco causes 8 million deaths every year. Evidence released this year shows that smokers were more likely to develop severe disease with COVID-19 compared to non-smokers. Cigarettes contain about 600 ingredients which after burning generate more than 7,000 chemicals and at least 69 of them are linked to cancer, added jyoti.
She further said that Tobacco is the leading cause of respiratory disorders like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, tuberculosis, cancers, leukemia, cataracts, and pneumonia. In 2008, the WHO banned any kind of advertisement or promotion of tobacco. As the world’s most populated country, China is the leader in the cigarette industry. She said.
On this occasion, an online speech competition was also organized. Students from various departments participated with great enthusiasm. Ekta Shukla from Pharma, Raveena Kaundal from B. Sc. Nursing & Shahid Anwar from Pharma stood first, Second & third in the competition.Read More
In the GNM Second Year examinations conducted by Punjab Nurses Registration Council (PNRC), Urvasi Rana (Haryana) of 2nd Year, Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura Near Chandigarh bagged 1st position by scoring 485 marks, Sahil sharma (Jammu) bagged 2nd position by scoring 466 while Marina Mega (Arunachal Pradesh) bagged 3rd position by scoring 456 marks out of 700 in GNM course.
Dr. Rajinderjit Kaur Bajwa, Principal, Aryans Institute of Nursing congratulated the students and faculty for the continuous efforts and hard work done. Dr. Bajwa said that apart from regular academics, extracurricular activities like workshops, seminars, community and clinical postings on nursing are also being organized time to time to enhance the skills and knowledge of the students.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans Institute of Nursing is running GNM (3 Years) and ANM (2 Years Course) approved by Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi and Affiliated to Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Mohali and B. Sc. Nursing, affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot. The course focuses on the study of health care of various individuals. Students are also trained on how to take care of equipment, setting up of Operation Theater, provide medication timely to patient and maintenance of records etc.
Admissions at Aryans Institute of Nursing in B. Sc. Nursing, GNM and ANM course have already been started for 2021-2022 session. In nursing, Aryans have 60 seats in B. Sc. Nursing, 60 seats in GNM Course and 40 seats in ANM Course and such excellent results by the students and College regularly makes the College one of the most preferred destinations among students. good excellent.Read More
Mohali 23 May
Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh, organised a virtual workshop on “Future of start ups Post Covid -19″. 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 the pandemic has brought in many resets, the most stunning one has been to the start-up world where the founders have to suddenly be concerned about the bottom line for their survival from a euphoric growth and scale-at-all-costs model. One thing that COVID has done is it has brought into sharp focus the need for a resilient and sustainable world, she said.
Mrs. Kumar said that everyone around the globe is suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic and several industries are trying to overcome the economic turmoil. However, few industries like the mask, infrared based thermometer, PPE Kits, online meeting tools, media streaming, non-contact-based systems, pharmaceuticals, and few others have witnessed growth in licensing activity, sale of patented product & technology, she explained.
She said that though everything is already digitized, one has to look beyond other matters affected by the pandemic like liquidity issues or business continuity. Since it’s still difficult for things to return to normal, we should start evaluating current business processes and think about the future business landscape. What can we learn from this ongoing crisis that we can take in order for us to adjust to the “new normal”?Read More
To combat low awareness rates for high blood pressure, Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Rajpura Near Chandigarh celebrated World Hypertension Day under this year’s theme “Measure Your Blood Pressure Accurately, Control It, Live Longer”. Dr. Neerja Sood, Associate Professor, Biological sciences, University of Delhi interacted with the Aryans students of Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, Management, B.Ed and Agriculture. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the function.
Dr. Neerja while interacting said that Hypertension is another name of high blood pressure which leads to severe health complications such as heart attacks, strokes, dementia, kidney disease and vision loss. People who suffer from hypertension are generally not aware because there are no specific symptoms to detect the early stages of this disease, she said.
Neerja added that the Hypertension affects more than 30% of the adult population worldwide. This is an issue when blood pressure values are constantly raised and exceed above 140/90 mm Hg & leads to dangerous cardiovascular diseases. Accurate blood pressure measurement is essential for the proper diagnosis and management of hypertension, she said.
While answering students’ questions, she said that this day is celebrated on 17th may every year worldwide. Hypertension can be easily reduced by some lifestyle changes including Lose extra pounds, Eat a healthy diet, Reduce sodium in your diet, Limit the amount of alcohol you drink, Quit smoking, Reduce your stress, Monitor your blood pressure at home and see your doctor regularly, she explained.Read More
Mohali 14 May
New bollywood sensation, Indian classical dancer, actor, film producer and environmentalist Arushi Nishank interacted with the faculty members & Aryans students of Management, Engineering, Law, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed, Polytechnic Diploma, Education and Agriculture on virtual platform organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, near Chandigarh.
Arushi while interacting gave information about her recent chartbuster “wafa na rass aayi by T – Series” sung by melodious Jubin Nautiyal that has already hit more than 35 millions views.
All students were thrilled to spent an ecstatic evening through online mode with the very talented actress as she interacted & entertained with the energied audiance. She inspired students to take up new challenges in life.
It is to mention that Arushi Nishank is the daughter of the Education Minster of India, Ramesh Pokhriyal. A disciple of Birju Maharaj, Arushi is an International Kathak dancer. She will be making her Bollywood debut with Tarini.Read More
B.Sc. Nursing, GNM & ANM students participated in Poster presentation competition on the occasion
Mohali 12th May
Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Rajpura Near Chandigarh celebrated International Nursing Day under this year theme ” A Voice to Lead: A Vision for Future Healthcare “. Students and Staff of GNM, ANM & B. Sc. Nursing organized an oath ceremony on virtual platform focusing on the true value of nurses to the people of the world. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the function.
Dr. Kataria while interacting with students said that nurses are at the forefront of fighting epidemics and pandemics, providing high quality and respectful treatment and care. Like doctors and other healthcare workers, nurses are continuously providing high quality care often working without a break. Nurses are often the only health professionals that people see in a crisis situation.
Kataria added that the COVID-19 pandemic is a stark reminder of the vital role that nurses play. Without nurses and other health workers, we will not win the battle against such outbreaks. Further, the demand for these paramedical courses has increased post Covid as the increase in number of patient with variety of diseases, has paved the way for Nursing Professional to provide better quality to human health care, he said.
On this occasion Mrs. Vijay Lakshmi, Vice Principle, Aryans Institute of Nursing addressed, motivated the students & said that Nurses are the most trusted healthcare professionals as they are with patients throughout the continuum of life. Nursing occupies the largest bulk of the health care force but the biggest challenge posed by this profession is staff shortage not only in India but the developed nation including Canada, US & more.
Mrs. Neha Sharma, HoD, Aryans Institute of Nursing said that Nurses account for more than half of all the world’s health workers, yet there is an urgent shortage of nurses worldwide. She made the student to pledge to protect the patient, follow the medical principles & to pass their life in purity and to practice their profession faithfully.
Ms. Sanskriti Rana, Faculty, Aryans Group & moderator of the event said that this Day, amid the horrific coronavirus pandemic, assumes great significance. Nurses are the backbone of the hospitals and clinics taking care of the millions of COVID-19 patients for months putting their lives at risk. International Nurses Day is a great opportunity to express our deep gratitude for them, she told.
To mark this day more special, a poster presentation competition was organised & students participated enthusiastically. Raveena Kaundal, First year, B.Sc Nursing bagged first, Pinky, 1st year, GNM and Amanpreet Kaur 2nd year GNM bagged second & Third position respectively. Winners & all participants were honoured.
It is to be mention that International Nurses Day is observed on May 12 every year. On that day in 1820, Florence Nightingale also known as known as the Lady with the Lamp, was born. She was an English nurse, a social reformer and a statistician who founded the key pillars of modern nursing. The faculty members including Ms Himanshi, Mrs Sapna, Ms Alisha, Ms Kulvir, Ms kavita were present.Read More