KIIT College of Education Gurgaon organized the Thematic Assembly on Independence Day and International Youth Day on 12th August 2016. Students of B.Ed programme presented articles, speech and recite poems both in English and Hindi. The students had put all their round-the-clock efforts in preparation for this cultural programme. Virenchi Arora and Joginder Singh presented speech on Independence day. Rajender Singh, Teena Verma and Chanderkanta expressed their views through poems. The efforts of the students were appreciated by Director Prof.(Dr.)M.Sen.Gupta Sir and he also expressed his views about youth of today. Assembly was accompanied with prayer, thought, news and National Anthem. All the faculty members encouraged their participation.
Friday, 12 August 2016
Tuesday, 19 July 2016
“Having happy employees is the key to a viable and booming organization”
With this motto KIIT organized ‘Faculty Development Programs’. These FDPs were conducted to boost employees’ morale and efficiency. It included various sessions such as Zumba, CrossFit, Aerobics, Yoga, Power Yoga, Meditation, and other fun activities.
Today, we concluded this session by organizing two activities namely ‘Zumba Dance’ and ‘Musical Four Corners’. First activity was a ‘fun workout’ that included various dance moves. Second part was a fun game. In this activity, four corners were marked. Employees were asked to dance on music and as the music stops they had to reach a corner that they relate most to. Once everyone took their place, a card was picked up from a bowl and whichever card was picked up all those players had to do a dare. All the employees had thoroughly enjoyed and liked the programs.
Special thanks to KIIT and Mrs. Neelima Kamrah for organizing such wonderful and enthusiastic programs for employees. Indeed, these programs were a great step towards creating an emotional connection between the KIIT and its employees.
Monday, 4 April 2016
The KIIT College of Engineering organised an Industrial visit to Network Bulls, Gurgaon for 2nd and 3rd year Computer science engineering students. Networks Bulls is a training organisation which gives guidance & training in the field of networking. It also has world’s largest laboratories open 24x7 to allow access to various networking divisions.
A total of 53 students along with Computer Science HOD, Dr. Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Training & Placement Officer, Mr. Suresh Kumar Mehta & Assistant Professor, Mrs. Santha Devi, visited the organisation & were welcomed by the Network Bulls members. They were taken into a teaching session by Mr. Damanpreet Singh, working as a training professor in Networking Bulls. The students were taught with the help of PPT. Starting with the basics, Mr. Damanpreet Singh went on to make everyone identify the difference between various network devices & their uses. This entertaining yet informative session attracted everyone & students enjoyed his way of teaching thoroughly. After an hour of teaching, the students were taken to the labs to get familiar with the environment where they were showed the devices in hand. After a little break, the students got information about the devices & were taken to labs to see & understand the working of these devices. After the visit, the students were able to identify and tell the differences between various devices. Also they gained knowledge which will help them in the near future.
INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO "NETWORK BULLS"
Overall, the theory & Practical sessions were very informative & excellent. The students thoroughly enjoyed the teachings & were seen to have a keen interest developed in the networking area.
The students of Computer Science department hope to see more such industrial visit in the coming year.
Tuesday, 1 March 2016
An Inter College Competition was held on 29 February, 2016 at Drona College Of Education, Basai Road, Gurgaon (Haryana). Our students participated in various competitions -
- Rangoli Making
- Fresh flower arrangement
- Dry Flower arrangement
- Folder Making
- Teaching working Models (Maths, S.St and Hindi)
- Solo Dance (Folk)
|Inter College Competition|
Total 10 teams from various colleges of Education participated in events. All the teams showed their creative work and mesmerized everyone with their innovative ideas. All the judges admitted that judging the competition was really difficult because there were so many excellent performances. Parul Ragha B.Ed student got First prize in Fresh flower arrangement, Sagarika got Third Prize in Mathematics Teaching Model and second prize was bagged by Hemlata for Hindi working model. All Participants also received participating certificates. Our contingent In-charge Ms. Kanchan Khatreja also received a memento by drone College of Education It was really a cut throat competition in which students did hard work to compete with each other. It was really a learning experience for our students.
Tuesday, 23 February 2016
National Seminar on" Mentoring Aspiring Entrepreneurs For International Business" was held at Radhakrishnan Auditorium, MDU, Rohtak on 16th Feb,2016, jointly organized by IIM, Rohtak and Institute of Management Studies And Research, MDU, Rohtak. Our four management students (two from MBA -4 and 2 from MBA-2) participated in the seminar. It was quite an educative and learning experience for management students.
Faculty member of IIM, Rohtak Dr. Suresh Takhar delivered the welcome address, and threw light on the theme of the seminar. Director, IMSAR Prof Neelam Jain also spoke on the occasion and said the management graduates must try to become job-creators rather than job-seekers.
Entrepreneurship requires creative ideas, deep commitment, futuristic vision, innovation, adaptability and marketing skills. Need of hour is to develop professionalism in entrepreneurship endeavour and work with strategic approach to achieve success at international business level. This was stated by Dr. Amiya Chamdra, Joint Director General( Foreign Trade), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India in the National Seminar.
|KIIT Educational Trip to IIM|
Delivering the key note address in the national seminar, Dr. Amiya Chandra said that future of International trade is tilting towards regional sectors. As such, budding entrepreneurs must look forward to start ups and ventures in regional sectors. He emphasized the importance of innovative and quality products and especially developing zero-defect products of International Standards. Dr. Amiya chandra underscored the significance of niche market strategy, and out of box thinking in entrepreneurial ventures.
Guest of Honour Dr. Damodar Y Golhar from Western Michigan University(USA) focused on developing quality world-class education system that would form the foundation for entrepreneurship in india. He called for robust academic industry interface in this regard.
MDU vice-chancellor Prof. B.K. Punia said in his address that International Business environment is very dynamic and provides a platform for entrepreneurial endeavor.
Director, IIM, Rohtak. Prof Atanu Rakshit said the setting up of incubation centers for entreprenership in India is need of the hour. He said IITs and IIMs must collaborate to set up technical incubation centres. He also throw light on role of educational institutions in nation building.
Assistant Professor, IMSAR, Dr. Ramphul expressed the vote of thanks and summarized the essence of the National Seminar. Key note speaker Dr. Amiya Chandra interacted with the students and answered their queries about entrepreneurship.
Dr. Anupriya Sharma
Assistant Professor, KIIT, Gurgaon.
The student delegates from Punjab University, acquainted us with their coming National-Level Entrepreneurship submit, UDYAMI-2016 on 18th February,2016. H.O.D, Mr. Kartikay Sharma welcomed all the delegates. Then session proceeded with opening lecture from Mr. Harsh Bijoria by explaining the partly understood concept of start-ups and entrepreneurship. The risk involved and the benefits reaped by the entrepreneurs in their journey of building a multi-national firm from a humble start-up , were explained in detail. They encouraged the students to be an entrepreneur.
Our students listened to them with great interest and asked various queries regarding start-ups concept, process , investment required, risk involved, Udyami, etc.
The lecture ended with vote of thanks by Mrs. Reeta Saxena.
Dr. Anupriya Sharma
Skill and Entrepreneurship committee
Thursday, 17 December 2015
we live in the era of technology and knowledge where everyone is conscious about their careers. The youngsters are always in search for specialized courses to make their career bright. The demand of professional courses have been raised continuously in recent decade because job opportunities associated with engineering and management courses are increasing. This helps students to get excellently trained to face any workplace.
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