The resource person, Chef Vinod Polka is a very experienced and skilled professional bakery chef has been running his bakery since 1977 under the name Polka Pastry shop in Chandigarh. He is a senior bakery faculty at CIHM. He taught how to make the vegetable puffs, other snacks from puffs, garlic bread, decorate chocolate cake, vanilla cake, pineapple pastries, make roses of fondant by different methods. It was a very knowledgeable session.
Monday, September 19, 2016
A guest lecture on "INNOVATIVE MODEL MAKING" under the technical project JOY OF ENGINEERING was arranged by Faculty of Engineering and Technology.
Students from B.Tech -Mechanical Engineering (Semester-1), Mechatronics (Semester-1), Mechanical and Automation Engineering (Semester-1) and ECE (Semester-1) attended this guest lecture.
Mr. Karan Arora,CEO,Itronix Solutions, Jalandhar along with Mr. Amardeep Singh (Mechanical Design Engineer at Itronix Solutions),and Mr.Niraj Kumar (Engineer at Itronix Solutions) were the invited experts and they explained the students about basic concepts of automation and its applications in industry and how students can make their unique projects in Web Server based automation. Many live experiments were demonstrated for the students for better understanding on the Aurdino Platform (Hardware-software) which provided the students a real exposure and a vision to learn more in the area of automation and IoT..
The students found this session very interesting and cleared their queries about making projects on automation.
More than 60 students of 1st year B.Tech in Mechanical and Automation Engineering of Faculty of Design and Innovation attended a seminar on The Current Industrial Trends and Technologies and The on Growth of New Technologies in the Field of Mechanical, Mechatronics and Automation. The students were familiarized with the concept of automated manufacturing in the form of CNC technology. The students learnt about the CAD, CAM, CAE, RPT, PLMS, Reverse Engineering and the subsequent change which these technologies have brought into the manufacturing sector. The students were also enlightened about the upcoming “Industry 4.0” revolution that will involve technologies like Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence in developing hybrid manufacturing systems with advanced Human-Robotic Interactions. It was proved fruitful for all the students.
Friday, September 16, 2016
The dramatis personae from Punjabi University staged a Nukkad Natak at GNA University on the dangers involved in drugs consumption and also in its trade. The show was witnessed by a large number of students in the presence of faculty members. The play warned about the outcomes of consuming drugs and other matters of intoxication, the pain it afflicts on its consumers is thousand times greater that the vicarious pleasure it offers. The actors presented different situations where the menace of drugs has consumed the lives of both its takers and traders also. It is like a live bomb which will certainly explode, sooner or later. The only way to escape from it is to stay away from it and also prevent your dear ones to go near it. The message was clearly conveyed to the youth who appreciated the content of the play and acting of the performers who grabbed the attention of the audience with their energetic performance.
Have a look at the recent activity Creativity out of Waste, conducted by Faculty of Hospitality on #InternationalHousekeepingweek on September 15, 2016. Students from Faculty of Hospitality, participated in the activity. They prepared models like Burj Khalifa, Lotus Temple,Taj Mahal, Rajasthan Fort, Haveli, Burj Al Arab and many other interesting models. Students showed their creative skills by preparing different models and best out of waste items. The students were given away the prizes and certificates in appreciation for their participation in a wide range of activities and competitions during the International Housekeeping Week. Congratulations to team FoH for successful conduction of International Housekeeping week.
Ms Seema Trehan represented from the behalf of Sula Vineyards as a Sommelier for the wine appreciation session where she shared her experience in guiding students of GU in sensory examination & evaluation of wines. Ms Seema Trehan has worked with various companies in Gurgaon ( IBM, ABS, Bohemian Crystal Company, Soft Skills World etc). She is presently working with Sula for the last three years as an Assistant Sales & Marketing Manager and taking care of tastings and trainings in North. The sommelier made students understand about the perceived flavors, aromas & characteristics of RASA SHIRAZ i.e. Red wine, SAUVIGNON BLANC & CHENNIN BLANC i.e. white wines & SULA BRUT i.e. Sparkling wine.She discussed about the key points/steps in the testing : colour, swirl, smell, taste & savour. These are also known as "five S"- 1. See 2.Swirl 3.Sniff 4.Sip 5. Savour
Thursday, September 15, 2016
A recent visit conducted by Faculty of Film, TV & Media for its students to Punjab Kesari, Jalandhar on September 14, 2016. Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Marketing Head of Punjab Kesari, Jalandhar headed the whole visit. He briefed students about the history of Punjab Kesari and its distribution channels. Students also learnt about designing, editing, composing and translation of language part during this visit.
GNA University with an euphoric involvent of budding engineers at the GNA
University Phagwara, on dated 15th sept ,2016. Spearheaded by the F Chief Guest Dr
Rupinder Pal Singh Suker-Chakia, Chairman, the Institute of Engineers Ludhiana
Local State centre garlanded the photograph of Sir Mojkshagundam Visveshvarya,
and in his address of the chief guest called upon the engineers to
open up minds and inculcate engineering spirits rather than only the former.
Prof Prem Kumar, the vice Chancellor of GNA University exhorted the students to
take on the developmental responsibilities for which the University
strives to prepare them. The vice-chancellor GNA University,adviced
the student to produce Innovation in engineering Earlier introducing
the need, spirit and religion of this Engineer Day, Prof Prof P.Thareja
Dean, Faculty recalled the importance of the engineer’s daycelebration which
reminded Responsiveness- to esucationa, National and Societal development and
even the conduct and bearing. Responsiveness was always at the root of
engineering developments be it information technology- that promises a fast
response now called SMART.
FET organized a seminar on SMART cities on
this day, of which the proceedings & CD were released.. Speaking about the
role of students towards Smartness, Mr. Arvind Dhingra,Honorary Secretary,The Institute of
Engineers, Ludhiana state centre called upon the students to involve more
closely in experimentation. Ms. Mandeep Kaur Sidhu , Founder
& CEO Simbacart ,Jalandhar-Amritsar
delivered the Key note presentation on smart city.
FET also organized an Engineering Exhibition,
and the collage competition The theme of the competitions were “Technological
development and environment”. A total of 42 projects were contributed,
participated by about 150 student both. The star attraction was a scooter
converted into a four wheeler, though other projects – electronic and
computerized attracted large attractions.
Recently GU organised a workshop on Classroom of the Future Workshop by the adept Microsoft Trainer Mr. Bibhuti Sinha. He delivered a talk on Windows 10 in Education (blend of Win7 and Win 8,Split Screen,Action Center,Task view and New Desktop, Advanced search and Cortana,Edge browser) and 0365 in Education(Online and Offline Office,Productive Tools of 0365). The session proved very fruitful.
A glimpse of recent guest lecture conducted by Faculty of Hospitality on “Usage of different types of cleaning agents for different types of surfaces in hotels” on 14th September 2016. The Executive Housekeeper of Hotel Radisson Jalandhar. Mr. Dinesh along with Human Resource Manager-Radisson Jalandhar- Mr Rajiv Wadhawan, delivered a talk and also explained the qualities required for joining as a fresher in housekeeping department. He also discussed about the challenges, opportunities and current scenario of today’s hospitality industry and the ways they can grow in housekeeping department . It was a very interactive session.
A glimpse of recent students Visit of Faculty of Hospitality to Hotel Fort Klassik (Fortune Park Klassik) Ludhiana. Students of B.Sc. HM Sem 1 and became the part of the visit. The students visited the major four Departments:- Front Office, House Keeping, Food and Beverage Production and Food and Beverage Service The students were briefed about the Hotel and they also visited Kitchen,Lobby, Laundry, Hotel rooms.Students were also briefed about etiquettes regarding grooming & personality.
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Friday, September 9, 2016
Words can be presented more beautifully when recited in the form of a poem and children enjoy the beauty of expressions, thoughts and feelings. Faculty of Liberal Arts conducted a ‘Shellyian Poetry Recitation Competition’ for all the students of the university to explore and encourage the development of reciting skills, voice modulation and confidence.
Lakhwinder of BA Honours School in English bagged the first position Charanjit of B Tech Mechanical & Automation scored the second position and Navneet of, BA Honours School in English has honored with third position
Three Appreciation Awards were also taken out for the participants who did their best in presenting themselves.
Monday, September 5, 2016
The Faculty of Liberal Arts organized a seminar on ‘Challenges in Entrepreneurship’. Ms Mandeep Kaur Sidhu,CEO, Simbacart was the resource person. Simbacart is an online/offline handicrafts store based out of Mohali. She enlivened her speech by apprising the students about ways to combat several challenges and roadblocks which were managed by her with sheer determination and focus. It was a great learning experience for the students.
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Thursday, September 1, 2016
The Faculty of Film, Television & Media, on the very first day of the induction of students gave a task, by dividing them into groups, of making a short film (3 min) on their own. Students were given free hand right from script to final film and were not given any inputs by any faculty / teacher. The Idea was to impart the importance of team work and make maximum mistakes and learn from their mistakes to become accomplished film makers in future. This first attempt by students was called MY FIRST FILM of MFF.