Daily Archive: February 20, 2017

I.T.S Engineering College Greater Noida organized the “Teacher Felicitation-2017’ ceremony

The I.T.S Engineering College Greater Noida organized the “Teacher Felicitation-2017’ ceremony on February 19, 2017 to commend and reward teachers and school heads who demonstrate excellence in the work of an education professional. The faculty members from various reputed senior secondary schools of Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Merrut, Bulandshahr etc were nominated for the award based on their contribution in education and community services.The ceremony began with the lamp lighting and Saraswati Vandana. It was marked by the presence of Dr. R.P.Chadha, Chairman of I.T.S-The Education Group, Chief Guest Prof.S.K.Kak, founder Vice-chancellor of Mahamaya Technical University, Noida, Mr.Surendra Sood, Director-Public Relation, Dr. Vineet Kansal, Director of the Institute and Dr.Sanjay Yadav, Dean Students Welfare. Dr. Vineet Kansal addressed the gathering emphasizing the objective and motivation of the award. He elucidated the contribution of I.T.S–The Education Group in the nation building though education. Mr. Surendra Sood highlighted that this award is the praise and recognition of all the contributions a teacher made in building the society and nation. The chief guest of the program appealed the awardees to ignite the spirit of every Indian with their individual deeds and accomplishments. He urged the need for developing moral values among the students along with modern education. During the felicitation ceremony 257 teachers from various schools received the certificates and mementos as a token of appreciation from the chief guest. The program was concluded with the remark that the teaching awards are by no means aone-time acknowledgement of excellence. As role models the awardees will always have their value and influence on the academic communities through their exceptional academic and community work.


Greater Noida – February 20, 2017 – The prestigious Ajay Shankar Memorial Awards for the best designed and displayed stands were distributed on concluding day of 43rd edition of IHGF-Delhi fair Spring 2017 in 12 product categories such Furniture & Home Accessories, Home Textile, Furnishing & Floor Coverings, Carpet & Rugs, Lamps and Lighting products, Houseware, Decorative & Gifts, Educational Toys and Games, Decorative, Gifts [including corporate gifts], Candles, incense sticks, potpourri & Aromatics, Stationery & Paper including handmade paper products, Leather bags and cases, Christmas decorations, candles & incense sticks and fashion jewellery & Accessories. One award in each category was given. The Ajay Shankar Memorial Awards were instituted in the memory of late Mr. Ajay Shankar, former Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) who was one of the major motivators for establishing this fair.

Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Furniture & Home Accessories was given to M/s Haswani Handicrafts, Jodhpur & M/s Cross Country, Jodhpur and was received by Mr. Prakash Haswani [ PHOTO NO. 0251] Mr. Dinesh Jhanwar Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Home Textiles, Furnishing & Floor Coverings was given to M/s Art Age Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur and was received by Mr. Yogesh Sharma Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Carpet & Rugs was given to Essgee Leather Goods Pvt. Ltd, Agra and was received by Mr. Vikas K. Gupta Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Houseware, Decorative & Gifts was given to M/s India International Exporters, Moradabad and was received by Mrs. Manka Chopra Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Fashion jewellery & Accessories was given to M/s Amrish Creations, Delhi and was received by Ms. Komal

Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Christmas Decoration, Candles & Incense sticks was given to M/S A.T.S.S. Enterprises, Delhi and was received by Mr. Mohd. Azeem

Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Educational Toys & Games was given to M/s Afterskool Toys & Games Pvt. Ltd, Kolkata and was received jointly by Ms. Nidhi Agarwal & Ms. Neha Agarwal

Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Lamps & Lighting Products was given to M/s Decolite, Moradabad and was received by Mr. Shoaib Chowhury Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Candles, Incense sticks, potpourri & Aromatics was given to M/s Acharya Exports, Mumbai and was received by Mr. Tantry Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Stationery & Paper including handmade paper products was given to M/s Alka Pandey Packaging Pvt. Ltd, Jaipur and was received by Mr. Alka Panday Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Decorative, Gifts[including corporate gifts] was given to M/s Parkland India, Moradabad and was received by Mr. Sanjay Gupta Ajay Shankar Memorial Award for the Best design & Display Stand in the category of Leather Bags and Cases was given to M/S Ecoline, Noida and was received byMr. Surinder Singh Sahni


GREATER NOIDA TENNEWS REPORTER LOKESH GOSWAMI –GREATER NOIDA – 20TH February, 2017 – THE 43rd edition of IHGF DELHI FAIR SPRING 2017 signs off today at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida contributing significantly both to the 3064 exhibitors and buyers across the globe. Shri Rakesh Kumar, Executive Director – EPCH said that buyers from 91 countries visited this year. The exhibitors showcased their products in 14 product segments showing the strength of handicrafts in home, lifestyle, fashion, gifts and furniture with 2000 product lines.Overseas buyers’ and their Representatives participation increased from 4700 last year to 4900 this year. The Fair generated business enquiries worth Rs 1700 crores this year.Shri D. Kumar, Chairman – EPCH said that the maximum buyers came from USA [625], UK[376], FRANCE[277], GERMANY [211], ITALY[192], AUSTRALIA[175], JAPAN[149], NETHERLAND[147], SPAIN[135] AND CHINA [105]. Main focus of buyers was on product categories such as furniture and accessories, furnishing and home textiles, houseware and decorative and gifts.Besides overseas buyers large number of domestic retail volume buyers and e-commerce companies such as Good Earth, Furniture Republic, Fab India, West Side, Archies Ltd, DLF brands ltd, @home, Shoppers Stop, Lifestyles group, Urban Ladder.com, Pepperfry.com, Ajio.com, FabFurnish.com, Shopcleus.com have also visited the show and source their requirement from the exhibitors who agreed to do retail volume sale.According to Mr.Rakesh Kumar – ED – EPCH this edition of the IHGF Delhi Fair also gave a special thrust to promotion of crafts from the North Eastern region of India and Jodhpur mega cluster to provide the marketing linkages to the artisans, craftpersons and upcoming entrepreneurs of both the regions . More than 26 entrepreneurs from North East and 10 from Jodhpur mega cluster participated this year with new and innovative designs. From North East products like cane and bamboo based basketry, lamp shades, gift items, decoratives and utility products as well as furniture; cushion covers and stoles; water hyacinth products, and silk based traditional artistic textiles; products made of kauna grass; jute based bags and accessories; hand loomed artistic textiles; and handicrafts using other local materials were the main attraction for the visiting buyers. Entrepreneurs from Jodhpur mega cluster displayed leather, home furnishing, wooden, iron, horn and bone products during the show.To bring out more marketable product variation with existing skills, EPCH also took an initiative to implement the Integrated design and Technical Development Project of O/o DC Handicrafts by engaging designers from leading design institutes from India for imparting training to artisans. Total 40 artisans mostly women from Jodphur, Bhabaneswar and Narsapur trained by these designers were brought to showcase their existing skills with newer ideas at IHGF-Delhi Fair Spring 2017 and buyers found these products attractive and innovative and seen busy in searching products of their choice. To impart the insight information on different subjects, EPCH organised seminars and the exhibitors participated in large number and found these seminars very handy and informative. The subject included were Trends and forecasts for Autumn Winter 2017-18, Goods and Service Tax – way forward, creating export start ups in handicrafts sector, implication of Union Budget 2017-18 and your solution to provide legality of wood.EPCH initiative of VRIKSH for Timber Legality & Assessment Verification Scheme was also well received during the show. The thematic display showcased the wooden handicrafts items and also disseminated information about India’s readiness wooden handicrafts certificate.In its initiative to encourage entrepreneurship in Handicrafts sector, a MOU was also signed in between EPCH and IIFT for setting up Incubation centres at craft cluster. A pilot incubation centre has already been initiated at Moradabad Resource Centre at Moradabad. EPCH and IIFT aims to create 5,000 entrepreneurs in next five years elaborated Shri Rakesh Kumar.The exports of handicrafts during the latest period April- January 2016-17 have registered a growth of 13.06% in Rupee terms and stands at Rs. 20282.18 crores. However, the growth in dollar terms is 9.43% with exports of US $ 3018.58 million. The export target of US$ 3600 million (Rs. 23560.00 crores) is set for the year 2016-17 and going by the current trend we hope to achieve the target.EPCH is a nodal agency for promotion and development of handicrafts exports from the country and create brand image of Indian handcrafted products world over. EPCH has more than 11,000 membership base from all over the Country

SIAM organises 11 th Styling & Design Conclave 2017 & 9 th Automotive Design Challenge (ADC)

Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) organised its 11 th Styling and Design conclave and also concluded the 9 th Automotive Design Challenge (ADC) here at Radisson Blu Resort, Cavelossim Beach, Goa. The theme for the event was ‘Design for A tech enabled tomorrow’.Styling & Design Conclave served as a unique platform for exchange of ideas between automotive companies, designers and other stakeholders. The event saw participation from over 100 delegates from varied backgrounds.Mr Anil Saini, Chairman, SIAM Styling & Design group welcomed all the guests at the event.He highlighted the need for design technology to revolutionize the automobile industry. He also made a short presentation on the evolution of vehicles with various alternative technologies and emphasized on the need to use design to take the automobile industry to the next level in India. Mr Saurabh Singh, Co-Chair, SIAM Styling & Design also echoed the sentiments of Mr Saini and emphasized on the need to create a platform to enhance the automobile sector with the use of designs.Mr Matthew Swann, Tata Motors, UK Studio, Mr Jung Choi, DSKISD, Pune and Mr Ajay Saran Sharma, Tata Motors had a discussion on ‘The Design, Technology & Mobility Triumvirate’. The discussion was moderated by Mr Amit Rajwade, TVS Motor Company.Speaking during the event, Mr Jung Choi, DSKISD Pune, said, “There is a need to maintain a balance between design, technology and mobility. It is important that one from the triumvirate doesn’t overpower the other. Today’s generation fully embraces technology however design and mobility are equally important.” Mr Ajay Saran Sharma, Tata Motors spoke on the design stories of Tata Motors and the recent mobility stars of the company. The second panel discussion was titled ‘The richness of diverse design thinking’. Mr Sathyaseelan G, Ashok Leyland moderated the session. Mr Mark Wells, Royal Enfield, UK Studio, Dr. Soumitri Vardarajan, RMIT University, Melbourne and Mr Gautam Sen, Vice President, FIVA were the panellists for the session. Commenting during the session, Mr Mark Wells, Royal Enfield, UK Studio, said, “It is important to understand diversity of the market. If we understand that then we can create products that will be appealing globally. Diverse cultural understanding is important to create value going forward. Perception and perspective is critical for designing for a multicultural market. Trends travel really quickly. Local trend becomes a global trend. Royal Enfield is present in 60 markets across the globe and we are still trying to understand more markets to expand globally.”Mr Gautam Sen, Vice President, FIVA, said, “The evolution of cars based on the cultural diversity across the world. The designs in the automobile industry have lost its cultural diversification due to globalization. Design is become generic as automobile manufacturers are catering to a global market. In future interiors will be more important than the exteriors. Designers will be focusing more on the interiors of the car. Diversity will be in terms of styles, designs and concepts in the future rather than cultural.”The third session was on Connectivity – Reconvergance across domains. Mr Nilay Dembi,Mahindra & Mahindra moderated the session. Mr Sandeep Bhambra, PSA Peugeot, Ms Sujata E, Tata Elxsi and Mr Ravindra Shet, Samsung R&D were the panellists for the discussion.During the session, Mr Sandeep Bhambra, PSA Peugeot, said, “Connectivity is helping
designers and is also easy to connect with people via social media and understand their needs. Trend patterns help designers create concepts that are appealing to a global audience.”Ms Sujata spoke on how technology is transforming vehicle experience. Technology enables to enhance the overall experience of the customer. Connectivity helps you stay connected with the world with the help of internet. Mr Ravindra Shet spoke on the need to provide smart and intelligent services to the consumer with the help of technology. Technology is available in the market and automobile manufacturers need to make the best use of it to enhance the overall experience of the customer.The conclave concluded with the awards function. Mr Dhimant Panchal, MIT Institute of Design, Pune spoke on the Clay Modelling Programme. He added, “SIAM has funded us to start a skill up gradation programme. MITID has developed Clay Modelling programmes in close collaboration with SIAM. We are offering full time skill development program on automotive clay sculpting & modelling at its campus in Pune.”Automotive clay sculpting helps translate a designer’s vision into a tangible reality. Clay modelling is still commonly used by OEMS in automotive and product design industry. This year admissions have jumped to 40 plus with students applying from outside India for the programme. MITID in collaboration with SIAM offers two certificate program in Automotive Clay Sculpting (8 months) and Diploma in Automotive Clay Sculpting (2 years). SIAM group also organized a competition for design students in the country called the Automotive Design Challenge (ADC). Theme for the competition was ‘Autonomous Transportation 2030: Rebirth of the Auto Industry’. This is an annual competition organised by the SIAM group in two rounds, in the first round around 100 design students, from several colleges, submitted their entries, followed by a Jury. The final round of the ADC was held on the day of the conclave, where the top 10 students displayed 3D models of their entries. After another round of evaluation by a Jury, comprising of senior design and automobile professionals, three students were finally awarded:  Winner – Swapnil Desai, National institute of Design
 1 st runner up- Freny Antony, National institute of Design

 2 nd runner up- Anand E S National institute of Design

Mr Saurabh Singh, Co-Chair, SIAM styling & design proposed the vote of thanks.Followed by the day long conclave, SIAM Styling & Design group organised a half day workshop “Confluence – Design Thinking and Skills coming together’’ on 18 th February 2017.
The first workshop session was conducted by Dr Soumitri Vardarajan, Deputy Dean RMIT University, Melbourne. This session enabled designer participants to free up their conceptual approaches and re-examine their participation in culture.The second session featured a live demonstration by Mr Matthew Swann and Ms Mathilde Ampe from Tata Motors Design (UK Studio). The objective was to show how Tata Motors is able to very quickly proceed from sketch conceptualisation to 3D polygonal data, via speed-oriented Photoshop techniques and the use of Blender software.About SIAMThe Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is a not-for- profit apex national body representing all major vehicle and vehicular engine manufacturers in India. SIAM works towards supporting sustainable development of the Indian Automobile Industry with the vision that India emerges as the destination of choice in the world for design and manufacture of automobiles. It also works towards facilitating enhancement of the competitiveness of the Indian Automobile Industry, reducing cost of vehicles, increasing productivity and achieving global standards of quality.

Science Exhibition was held at Jesus and Mary Convent School greater noida

Science model is made by the students were on display. Mathematics and Social Science projects were also displayed at the event. Beautiful paintings, art and craft items made by the students were exhibited to encourage the students to develop their creativity. The students explained the various projects and activities that were on display with ease and confidence.The Principal of the school, Rev. Father Sebastian appreciated the effort and enthusiasm shown by the students in making the event a success. He said that the event was organised to encourage the students to develop a scientific temperament and to show case their talent in Science.

एस्टर पब्लिक स्कूल ग्रेटर नॉएडा वेस्ट में फेट का आयोजन

एस्टर पब्लिक स्कूल ग्रेटर नॉएडा वेस्ट में फेट का आयोजन किया गया आयोजित कार्यक्रम में एस्टर शिक्षण संस्थान के छात्र .छात्राओं ने विभिन्न प्रकार के फन गेम्स के स्टॉल लगाकर लोगों को अपनी ओर आकर्षित किया द्य इस कार्यक्रम में बेबी शो ए फैंसी ड्रेस ए हाउजी आदि कई प्रतियोगिताएं आकर्षण का केंद्र रहीं द्य रविवार के दिन आयोजित इस मेले में लोग भारी संख्या में पहुँचे व कार्यक्रम का जमकर लुत्फ़ उठाया द्य द्य इस अवसर पर एस्टर शिक्षण संस्थान के सभी गणमान्य सदस्य मौजूद रहे व कार्यक्रम का आनंद उठाया

एस्टर पब्लिक स्कूल में वार्षिक खेलोत्सव क ा आयोजन

ग्रेटर नॉएडा के एस्टर पब्लिक स्कूल के सुरम्य प्रांगरण में पूर्व प्राथमिक संवर्ग द्वारा वार्षिक खेलोत्सव का आयोजन किया गया इस कार्यक्रम का शुभारंभ स्कूल बैंड्स बीट्स की धुन के साथ मार्च पास्ट से हुआ वार्षिक खेल दिवस में छात्र . छात्राओं ने बढ़.चढ़कर हिस्सा लिया प्रतियोगिता के लिए गेट रेडी फॉर स्कूल ए पैक दी बैग एबैलून बस्टिंग रेस ए हर्डल रेस तथा सौ मीटर की दौड़ में बच्चों ने अति उत्साह के साथ भाग लिया द्य छात्रों की माताओं ने स्पून एवं लेमन रेस में बढ़.चढ़कर हिस्सा लिया द्य दर्शक दीर्घा में बैठे हुए अभिभावक अति उत्साहित दिखे द्य कार्यक्रम के इस अनुपम बेला में संस्थान समूह के अध्यक्ष एवं निदेशक श्री ण्वी ण्के ण्शर्मा जी ने विजयी प्रतिभागियों एवं अभिभावकों को मेडल एवं पुरस्कार प्रदान किए द्य इस अवसर पर विद्यालय प्राचार्य शुनिल सक्सेना एवं शैक्षिक सलाहकार एसपी सिंह सहित अन्य गणमान्य लोग भी उपस्थित थे द्य कार्यक्रम का समापन राष्ट्रगान के समूह गायन से हुआ l

गलगोटिया यूनिवर्सिटी में आतंकवाद और प्रत ्यर्पण पर छात्रों ने विशेषज्ञों से पूछे सवाल

आतंकवाद और प्रत्यर्पण पर छात्रों ने विशेषज्ञों से पूछे सवाल
गलगोटिया यूनिवर्सिटी के स्कूल ऑफ लॉ में गुरूवार को ब्रिटेन के विश्वविद्यालयों से आए विशेषज्ञों ने लेक्चर दिए। बौद्धिक संपदा संरक्षणए आतंकवाद एवं प्रत्यर्पण और कॉरपोरेट मानवाधिकार जैसे संवेदनशील मसलों पर चर्चा हुईं। छात्रों ने अपने सवाल पूछे और दोनों देशों के बीच शैक्षणिक सहयोग पर बातचीत की गई। गलगोटिया यूनिवर्सिटी के सीईओ ध्रुव गलगोटिया ने बताया कि पूरी दुनिया के लोग कुछ परेशानियों से जूझ रहे हैं। कुछ एक जैसी सबकी जरूरतें भी हैं। इन्हीं मुद्दों पर चर्चा करने के लिए ब्रिटेन से प्रोफेसर मार्क विंगए प्रोफेसर पॉल आरनेल और प्रोफेसर एंडी अंगर को बुलाया गया था। छात्रों ने इन विशेषज्ञों से आतंकवाद और प्रत्यर्पण जैसे संवेदनशील मुद्दे पर खुलकर चर्चा की। छात्रों ने दोनों देशों की शिक्षा व्यवस्था से जुड़े सवाल किए। प्रोफेसर पॉल आरनेल ने बताया कि कानून के क्षेत्र में छात्रों के लिए अपार संभावनाएं हैं। खास तौर से कॉरपोरेट लॉए कारॅरपोरेट सोशल रेस्पोंसबिलिटी और कॉरपोरेट मानवाधिकार का क्षेत्र लगातार बढ़ रहा है। अंतरराष्ट्रीय कराधान व्यवस्थाए क्लीनिकल लीगल एजूकेशनए अंतरराष्ट्रीय वाणिज्यिक कानून और कॉरपोरेट.सामाजिक संबंध व्यवस्था पर पूरी दुनिया के विशेषज्ञ और छात्र मिलकर काम कर रहे हैं। धु्व ने बताया कि गलगोटिया यूनिवर्सिटी के छात्र इन विशेषज्ञों के साथ मिलकर डॉक्टेरेट के लिए शोध करेंगे। जल्दी ही हम अपने छात्रों को एक्सचेंज प्रोग्राम के तहत ब्रिटिश विश्वविद्यालय में पढ़ने के लिए भेजेंगे। वहां के छात्र हमारे यहां आएंगे।सेमीनार के दोरान विवि0 की वी0सी0 डॉ0 रेनू लूथरा, स्कूल ऑफ लॉ की डीन किरण रॉय और शिक्षकगण मौजूद रहे।

Happiness comes in small packages” Ryanites of Ryan International School, Greater Noida

Happiness comes in small packages” Ryanites of Ryan International School, Greater Noida experienced a double delight as they celebrated Montessori Graduation ceremony and Junior School Annual Day- Ryanotsav 2016-17, with great pomp and splendor in the morning and evening session. “Our world of Happiness” and “ Ryanites Vision for India” was the theme based on spreading peace and harmony and making India reach the pinnacle of success through digitalization and made in India products.1150 students of Montessori and Primary presented their fountain of talent during fantastic series of Cinderella’s Birthday party and Pinocchio’s secret of Happiness. Mont students depicted that happiness can embrace you with family bonding, sharing and caring of friends, eating healthy food. They depicted happiness through musical drama and dance based on nature, jungle scene of Mongli, story of Pinnochio and various cartoons. The immaculate presentation of Ryanities Vision of India mesmerized the audience through heart rendering dance and enactment by generating brilliant past to a prosperous future with an enlightening vision for our country. Ryanties depicted their vision for India by dramatization of Ashoka, Akbar, Maharana Pratap, Ravindranath Tagore, Einstein, Shakespeare and to learn from theses historic eminent personalities to be courageous and focused. They also enacted Make in India to chase their dreams. The cultural fiesta was interspersed by Mont. Graduation wherein the tiny tots received their degree of honour. The students from Montessori to class V were also felicitated with awards for their meritorious and excellent scholastic and Co scholastic achievement in various categories- Ryan Scholar award for excellence in academics, Star Performance award for sports, Histrionic skills award for dramatics, Oratory skill award, Nimble feet award for dance, Nightingale award for singing, Avid reader award, Scientific inclination award, Technology savvy award, Maths Wiz Kid award, 100% Attendance Award. The prestigious Ryan Prince and Princess award was bagged by the following students Sahitya Amba & Rishita S. Karthikeyan (Montessori- I), Itish Kaith Evan Sabu & Seerat Chaudhary (Montessori II) , Devansh Siwach & Avani Agrohi (Montessori- III) Neel Kumar , Nimeesh Endley & Gorma Wanchoo and Vinisha Shukla (Class I), Satvik Dhankar & Nitya Malhotra (class II ) Sajeev Yohan Ebenzer & Ameeshi Raghu ( Class III) Satyam Agarwal & Mrinalini Sharma ( Class IV ) Kartik Goel & Jannavi Joshi ( Class V)Musical ensemble in orchestra punctuated the evening with captivating array of bollywood tunes taking the programme to its final crescendo.The school was privileged by the presence of dignitaries Mr. Kumar Vineet – ADM (E), G B Nagar, s. Rachna Yaduvanshi, ARTO, Gautam Budh Nagar, Ms. Vaijayanti Tonpe, Writer and Editor for Children Books, Mr. Kang, FSE-HR, LG Electronics India P. Ltd, Mr. Anand Maheshwari, DGM- Perex Equipments P. Ltd, Mr. Sauranshu Sinha, Under Secretary in the Development of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director- Marwah Institute of fashion Technology, Mr. Raj K. P Sinha, National Commissioner of India, the Scouts Guides Organization.

The function ended the beautiful resonance with the vote of thanks and school anthem followed by National Anthem.

The entire progrmme was applauded by everyone present and will always remain etched in the memory of one and all. The school head thanked the parents for their support