Chandigarh, March 05: Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, near Chandigarh Saturday held its 10th Convocation in Aryans Campus.
Governor, Himachal Pradesh, Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar was the Chief Guest while Dr. MP Poonia, Vice Chairman, All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi Dr. Buta Singh, Vice Chancellor, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda & Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Secretary, Tribal Affairs Dept., J&K was the Guest of Honor. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the function.
The students from various programs including Engineering, Law, Management, B.Ed, Agriculture, BBA, BCA etc were conferred degrees. The convocation ceremony started with the Lamp Lighting ceremony followed by a welcome prayer.
Governor, HP in his convocation address while congratulating the students said that degree holders have to decide for themselves whether they want to become a job creator or a job provider.
The process of learning in life does not end, but from today is the beginning of new education and achieving new goals,” said Arlekar.
He exhorted the students to develop the ability to lead the society and move ahead by examining the opportunity. He said that youth were the assets of the country and should contribute towards nation building activities. He said that the nation could develop only when youth were focused, disciplined and growth oriented and urged students to inculcate good values like discipline, patriotism, sincerity and devotion, added Governor.
Vice Chairman, AICTE said that it is not merely convocation but a new beginning for another challenging life.
VC, MRSPTU said that Aryans is among those Colleges which is doing a good job in the overall development of its students. He congratulated the management of Aryans which was started with just 100 students and 1 College and now is imparting quality education to over 4000 students in 8 Colleges including Engineering, Law, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, Degree, Education, Paramedical etc.
He advised the graduates and postgraduates to register themselves at their employment exchange offices at their respective districts so that they can be contacted for the various job openings in their state as well as across the country.
dr Choudhary added that he had heard a lot about innovations done by Aryan’s Kashmiri students. He said that Kashmiri students are very intelligent and they have a lot of potential for innovations. He further added that it is a matter of pride for the entire Kashmir Valley that the students are taking care of the people of their valley and innovating social projects for them which can also change the life of these people.