POSTER MAKING COMPETITION
Poster making competition was organized on 20th September 2014 ,for the students of BBA & BCA .The topic for the competition was “PEACE AND CONFLICT’’. Students were divided into pairs of 2 which really a creative and skill development competition for the Students .
Students reflects their creativity with the help of drawing pictures which depicts the positiveness of being in peace and the negativeness of engaging in conflict .
After the completion of competition the ranks for 1st ,2nd & 3rd winner was announced by the Director Mam .
The Puja and worship of Lord Vishwakarma along with the tools and instruments of lab with NGI family.
Vishwakarma is known as the divine engineer and main architect of the universe. He is worshipped by the engineering community and professionals too. Workforce and workshops in NGI has worshiped their instruments and tools which are used in their profession in front of Lord Vishwakarma.Puja of lord Vishwakarma was followed by hawan in which Chairman Mr. Brij Vir Singh ,Vice Chairman Mr. D.C Sharma, Secretary Mr. Amar Ahlawat, Director Mr. Vikesh Kumar, Dean Mrs Arti Singh and Principal Alok Gupta & Ravi Chaurasia were present.All Mechanical Engineering faculty and student were also present for this pooja.
In India, September 15 is celebrated as Engineers Day every year in remembrance of the birthday of the legendary engineer Sir M. Visvesvaraya (1861-1962). His works have been recognized internationally for his intellectual prowess in harnessing water resources.
In NIT, we have celebrated Engineer’s day by organizing a Science exhibition of all engineering projects made by Mechanical engineering students. These are explained by senior students to all new comers and other students. Vice chairman Mr. D.C. Sharma, Dean Academics Mrs. Arti Singh and HOD Mr. Vikas Tiwari take a view of all models and motivated students for doing something much better in future.
Models Like Paddle driven washing machine, electricity by road barkers, Solar tracker were main interesting models for students. All mechanical faculties were also there explaining all theories and Logics behind working of models.
Mr. Pradeep cahuhan, Mr. Gaurav Bhardwaj, Mr. Praveen pandey explained the story and importance of Engneers day.Mr. Abhishek Shukla, Mr.Manoj Chaudhry, Mr.Kulvinder Singh, Ms.Shikha singh, Mr.Sandeep Singh maintained discipline in exhibition.
To endure better understanding of scientific principles, NIET and NCE Polytechnic faculties were geared up with their ‘Creative Teaching & Learning Plans”. During the Faculty Development workshop conducted on August 12th and 13th,2014; Polytechnic faculties demonstrated their creativity in the form of working models. ‘Bottle Turbine model’ by Mr. Ajay Bansal, ‘C.D. Hovercraft model’by Mr. Raj Kumar Chauhan and Ms. Ravita's model based on ‘Conduction of heat in metals’ were specially appreciated. Dr. D.C. Sharma and Dr. Vikesh Kumar emphasized upon the need of skill acquisition and creative engagement of the students for effective teaching in the forthcoming session.
INNOVATIVE CONTRIBUTION FOR NGI STUDENTS
Congratulations !! to Mr. Ajay Bansal (HOD, Mechanical Engineering, NIET)for authoring a text book of "MANUFACTURING PROCESSES" for Polytechnic students. The book has been published by
BBP Publications Pvt Ltd, Meerut in July 2014.
Neelkanth group of institution
NGI has started a program called “Save girls save future’’ which is to end the gender-selective abortion of female fetuses, which has skewed the population towards a significant under-representation of girls in some Indian states. For that program we have arranged some presentations on that particular program in some of villages named Uldepur, Amheda, and Khanuda. Which is too helpful for the villagers to understand the value of girl child.
Female feticide and infanticide is not the only issues with a girl child in India. At every stage of life she is discriminated and neglected for basic nutrition, education and living standard. When she was in the womb, she was forced to miss the moment when she was supposed to enter the world
India is growing dynamically in every field. Today, the boom in economy, innovative technologies and improved infrastructure has become nation’s pride. The country has witnessed advancements in all fields but bias against a girl child is still prevailing in the country.
WORKSHOP ON Professional photography
Photography is an extraordinary class that combines the significance of art, history, and digital awareness into one. Neelkanth Group of Institution arranged a Professional Photography workshop for all the faculty members. We aim to provide and enhance the extra interests and skills of our teaching staff. Taking snaps and to maintain the records is an essential part of the learning.
Finally, we are handed a camera, are given a computer to use, and a memory card to take care of, and are expected to learn for ourselves how to operate and take advantage of this creative and artistic technology on our own, so we can do so in the future. Photography is one form of relaxation now days. It is one way to make people enjoy and have fun with what they do. Photography also enhances their skills and makes them attuned with subjects. Photography makes memory of special events and precious moments vivid. We are able to go back in time and just cherish them by looking at photos.
WORKSHOP ON ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
Assessment is integral to all teaching and learning. It is central to the goal of thoughtfully and
effectively guiding students through the elements of learning: the acquisition of knowledge,
the understanding of concepts, the mastering of skills, the development of attitudes and the decision to take action. The prime objective of assessment is to provide feedback on the learning process.
Assessment involves the gathering and analysis of information about student performance and is designed to inform practice. It identifies what students know, understand, can do, and feel at different stages in the learning process. Teachers need to be mindful of the particular learning outcomes on which they intend to report, prior to selecting or designing the method of assessment. They need to employ techniques for assessing students ’work that take into account the diverse, complicated and sophisticated ways that individual students use to understand experience.
Everyone concerned with assessment, including students, teachers, parents and administrators, should have a clear understanding of the reason for the assessment, what is being assessed, the criteria for success, and the method by which the assessment is made. with evaluating the efficacy of the programme.
Programme evaluation contributes to the continuing improvement of the overall programme. Student performance is assessed in accordance with the programme standards and practices, the overall learning outcomes and the subject-specific overall expectations.
An Initiative by NIT students of electrical department on
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT DAY
SOLAR ELECTRIC RICKSHAW
This model deals with the present situation of the cycle rickshaw in India .Its usage and the economic, technological, environment and other issues involved in running them. Green vehicle for tourist place.
Traditional passenger/goods carrier.
Motor used in this project is PMMC DC Motor, which works on the principle of electromagnetic induction where change in magnetic flux causes central shaft to rotate. DC voltage is required to obtain a current with average value that is proportional to the amount of pressure applied to the accelerator. And the controller is the part of the system which would control the amount of current being supplied to the motor depending on the amount of pressure on the accelerator.
Battery is the part that holds the energy reserve for the entire solar elecshaw operation. These store energy in the form of chemical energy and convert them back to electrical energy when required.
Solar plate is the part which converts the solar energy into electrical energy that electrical energy is stored in the battery.
No fuel consumption.
New employment opportunity.
Can be used by handicapped.
Faculty Development Programme
Neelkanth Vidyapeeth is often offering the FDP sessions for the overall growth of the faculty. Enhancement of teaching and learning strategies was the topic for the FDP held on 28th May, 2014. Strategies on differentiation were highlighted and implementation was discussed. Overall it was a very involving workshop.
INTERACTIVE SESSION WITH MASS MEDIA
Neelkanth Group of Institutions felt privileged to organize a special day with the Mass Media personalities. More than twenty to twenty five people from various newspapers like Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Umar Ujala, Hindustan and Janvani were invited. We at Neelkanth honored them and had an interactive session on ‘IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA ON INDIVIDUALS, SOCIETY AND CULTURE.’
All the Heads of Newspapers answered the meaningful questions by the audience. The reflections of media persons were very informative and motivating. They expressed the importance of the newspapers and shared their contribution towards it.
Overall a new and an exciting experience for all.
Neelkanth Group of Institutions organized a seminar on “Contemplation on Quality of Education” and a felicitation ceremony on 21 May 2014. Sh. Omprakash Sharma, President, Secondary Education being the Chief Guest and Sh. Hemsingh Pundir, MLC being the Special Guest of the programme.
Brijvir Singh, Hon’able Chairman, Neelkanth Group of Institutions, said that in India only 18 per cent of the students opt for higher education after successful completion of primary and secondary education. And when our standard of education will become equal to international level then only our India will become super power.
Dr. Dinesh C Sharma, Vice-Chairman, Neelkanth Group of Institutions, asked to upgrade the quality of education in India. He has pointed towards the worst condition of education in India and said that universities from India has failed from placing themselves among the top 100 universities of the world and this is the subject of great woe.
Director Dr. Vikesh Kumar has welcomed all the 47 Principals of Intermediate colleges along with our Principal,NIET Mr. Alok Gupta and Principal,NCE Mr. Ravi Chaurasia.
President Sh. Om Prakash Sharma said that for improving quality of education, it is needed that teachers should perform the responsibility given to them honestly. In future life not only students but teachers should also take initiative to improve themselves.
Farewell for BBA/ BCA on 17th May 2014 was organized by Neelkanth Vidyapeeth. Farewell was started with lighting of lamp by Group’s Chairman, Vice Chairman and Director. Students enjoyed participating in fashion show, games, singing. Dance activity was enjoyed by all the students and teachers. Mr. Farewell and Ms. Farewell were announced and greeted by gifts. A special thanks to BBA/ BCA final year was given by second year students with a video “Yaadein”.
Finally students and all teaching staff enjoyed the event.
Alumni Meet is a platform where students and teachers come together and share time with each other. Program was started with lightening of the lamp by Chairman Sir, Vice-Chairman Sir along with Director, Bhavna Ma’am. Cultural program were presented by the students of current session 2013-14 like dance, skits, group song, etc. Games were also arranged for them like tambola, musical chair, etc. A special Garhwali song was presented by Surjeet Sir and Ms. Aarti gave a PPT presentation containing all the golden memories of old days which made all the students cry. Pass out of previous years and present year students enjoyed and shared their experiences with all. Program was concluded by Usha Ma’am by thanking all.
MBA Final year ended their two year post graduate programme and are about to begin a new chapter so to Honour this a farewell programme was organised by MBA First year.
The Farewell took place at Neelkanth Vidyapeeth Seminar hall on Wednesday Morning 30th April 2014. The commencement of the event began with the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by Shri Brijveer Singh, Hon’ble Chairman Dr Dinesh C. Sharma, Hon’ble Vice Chairman, and Mrs. Bhavna Sharma Hon’ble Director NVP.
Event proceeded with Lightning of lamp and followed by Saraswati Vandana.
Hon’ble Chairman addresses the students with important tips for life and wishes them good luck for future.
Hon’ble Vice chairman mentioned in his speech "To our graduates, we wish you luck and success in the future and that you will find your way back to NGI as an alumni many times. He also stressed that this is a moment of sorrow as well as happiness”
Director Ma’am addresses the students and wishes them luck for the beautiful journey of life.
Outgoing students also conveyed their feelings through songs and speeches.
Students also showed their gesture by presenting momentoes to their reverend teachers, who had been their mentors throughout their time at college.
Ramp walk was the most fascinating presentation of the day. Mr. Farewell title was awarded to Dilshad Saifi and Miss. Farewell title was awarded to Sandhya.
Entire ambience was filled with the sentiments of separation, thrill and enjoyment. The whole campus gave a glimpse of Rainbow depicting the various costumes of students as different colors.
The function concluded with the blessings by Director Ma’am.
Labour Day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the staff supporting, staff and students of N.V.P shared the healthy time together. We aim to express the importance of each person in the N.G.I community. Each person has its own value, job profile and responsibilities.
Different engagements were organized for the supporting staff like games, races, presentations, which concluded with a refreshments and award ceremony.
It was a great moment of love and respect for each other.
Neelkanth Group of Institutions annually organizes a sports meet CHAKRAVYUH . Sports are particularly important for the youth. They help in their physical and mental growth. They contribute in the formation of character and inculcate good values in them . It is therefore, sports competition is held at school and college levels. We are giving a platform to various schools and colleges to participate and exhibit their skills.
“CHAKRAVYUH 2014” was organized from 16th April 2014 to 19th April 2014. Various games like cricket,volley ball & basket ball had the open platform for competition. We had 402 external participants and 118 internal participants.
The games and Sports last for four days and came to the most interesting moment of the function .The moment of appreciating the winners by awarding them gifts and prizes, cups and shields. The ultimate moment of pleasure for winners when, amidst loud clapping and shouting of cheers, they got their rewards for their good work - from the Chief Guest.
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WORLD WATER DAY
World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the united Nation General Assembly declared 22 March as World Water Day.
On the Same Day 22 March 2014, Our College Campus ( Neelkanth group of institution ) organized a Campaign on Water Day”. On this day student from every department of NGI participated and organized a rally of student which covered the area from Hanuman Chawk to Sadar bazaar, The student Emphasized the importance of every drop of water, need of water, conservation of water. Student also Distribute pamphlets to make them aware about the importance of water to the people
It was the step taken by our college (Neelkanth group of institution) to preserve the- ELIXER OF LIFE – WATER.
The complete was organized under the guidance of Director of NVP Ms. Bhavna Sharma and the cooperation of other faculty member.