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Painting Competition on Guru Nanak Dev Ji
To mark the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, an on-the-spot poster and painting competition was held at Guru Nanak Dev University, regional campus.
Students from various departments participated in the event. The theme for the competition was - 'Life and times of Guru Nanak Dev Ji'. Keeping the theme in mind, the participants made posters and paintings related to Guru's life and teachings.
Dr Deep Kamal Randhawa, from the department of Engineering and Dr Varinder Singh, of the department of Laws were the judges of the event.
Harshdeep Kaur stood first. Palak Bansal, and Harleen Kaur, won the second and third prize respectively.
Canada's Dual Degree
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and Dual Degree in Canada's academic institutions will be launched so that the students of both the countries can complete their degree in the field of higher education in any country. These views expressed Canada Embassy's councilor General Miss Mian Yeon did. He was addressing the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Pratap Singh in the meeting. (Dr.) Jaspal Singh Sandhu, GNDU at Canada Dev University and Consul General of Mississippi Miss Mian Yon and others.
Our Achievers Who Cracked PCS exam
Students of GNDU Regional Campus, Khayat Dhir, Kanika and Rosi have passed the UGG-JRF examination. Students Seema Agnihotri, Renuka, Navjot Kaur, Amandeep Singh pass PCS exam. The name of the campus is illuminated. Dean Campus Dr. Jyoteesh Malhotra honored the students with a memento, on the occasion Dr. Pawan Kumar, Dr. Varinder Singh, Dr. Mona, Dr. Rupam, Amandeep Singh congratulated the students.
MoU with Derbyshire U.K
Derbyshire county councillor Kewal Singh Athwal on Monday paid a visit to Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) He discussed various issues for enhancement of international links in the field of higher education,tourism and research. Welcoming Kewal Athwal, Vice-Chancellor Jaspal Singh Sandhu along with other senior of the university sald. "Today marks nothing less than the beginning of new era of cooperation for INDIA and the UK . By teaming up, the university is creating a unique alliance and leading the wayin shaping the future of Indo-Britain research partnership. This intiative will further cement our university's premier locations for research and innovation."
GNDU ranked 2nd in North Zone Youth Festival
GNDU was awarded 2nd Prize by Punjab Unviversity Chandigarh on the occasion of 34th North Zone Youth Fest. Students from 36 Universities from Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Uttrakhand and U.P. participated in this festival. The events were related to Dance, Music, Theatre and Fine Arts.
Asst. Prof. Awarded Best Employee Award with Disabilty
Asst. Prof. Mona Goel was awarded Best Employee with Disabilty on World Disability Day at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The award was presented by Hon'ble Vice President Venkaiah Naidu. She has been teaching in GNDU Regional Campus since 2007.
Achievers of Campus Placement Drive 2018-19
This year on-campus placement drive is going great just as every year. 30+ students have already been placed from our campus till october 2018. Companies like TCS, Capegemini, KPMG, Ernst & Young, Nagarro, Software AG, SAP Labs, Xenon Stack, Infogain etc. have visted till now. More companies are arriving in coming months and More placement offers are expected.
Acuity Mock Placement Drive -2018
Students of B.Tech. department under the aegis of faculty members, Dr. Deep Kamal Randhawa and Dr. Sheetal Kalra organized a Mock Placement Drive under the tag ACUITY to help polish students for their upcoming placements. Dr. Jyoteesh Malhotra, Dean Student Welfare and Academic Affairs motivated the students for the same. Students from 1st, 2nd and 3rd years participated in the three day event. Day 1: Aptitude & Technical Tests, Day 2: Group Discussion, Day 3: Personal Interview. Day 3's personal interview was divided into HR round and Technical round. The HR round was invigilated by Dr. Charan Kamal and Dr. Harmandar Kaur and Technical round by Mr. Inderpal Singh and Ms. Kalpana. Four winners were declared - Karamjeet Singh (3rd year CSE), Mudit Parmar (3rd year CSE), Ayush Sethi (3rd year CSE) and Ayush Khanna (1st year CSE). The whole event was very well conducted by the student organizers: Aastha Ratti, Mohit Gupta, Kanvi Parashar, Vaibhav Chadda, Manpreet Singh.
GNDU Ranked Second in the country in Swachh Bharat Ranking under Govt. University Category
GNDU Ranked Second in the country in Swachh Bharat Ranking under Govt. University Category. The universities was assessed for toilets adequacy and maintenance, garbage clearance system, hostel kitchen hygiene and sophistication of equipment, water purity, storage, distribution facility, campus greenery and rainwater harvesting, use of solar systems and villages or neighbourhood adoption for hygiene.
TCS enquode 2018 Winner
Rohan khanna of B.Tech CSE Final year has been declared winner in the Grand Finale of TCS EnQuode 2018 competition held today i.e 23rd August in Chennai. He is declared winner by TCS top management amongst the thousands of students participated across India from top notch Engg college. Rohan got:
- Selected for TCS digital profile (7 lpa)
The Technical Students' Society of the campus proudly presented the annual technical festival on 6th April 2018. High levels of competence and dexterity were showcased in the 'Techfest 2018' by the future engineers from the host campus and from various institutes. All the participants got an opportunity to explore their niche by running codes in Java, flagging opponents in CS 1.6, facing time crunch in Robotic Obstacle Race, tiding up the thought process for Knowledge Mash etc. Dr. Jyoteesh Malhotra, the worthy Dean, while motivating the students to give their best emphasized the fact that along with the theoretical aspects the budding engineers need to polish their practical know how via the event. The technical & co-curricular incharges, Dr DeepKamal Randhawa & Dr Harminder Singh also motivated all the participants & wished them good luck.
GNDU improves ranking,MHRD list puts it at 59
Improving its ranking from last year,GNDU has been ranked 59 in the all-India university ranking released under the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) by the Ministry of Human Resource Development on Tuesday.
Vice-Chancellor Dr Jaspal Sandhu said "We have improved from our last year's rankings. We shall be working towards making the university as one of the best across the globe,î he said.