International Yoga Day

On 21st June 2021, GGES Education Group celebrates Seventh International Yoga Day in collaboration with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art of Living foundation.

The yoga session was of one hour and it was conducted through ZOOM meeting app. We feel so fortunate to have Yoga Teachers Nitya Khurana, Shivangi Sharma and Mayank Raj Saxena from Art of Living foundation who teaches us various forms of Yoga and their effect in our day to day life.

In this Yoga session all the members of the Managing committee, Teachers, Staff and students took part in the Yoga session. Also we welcomed other school students to attend this Yoga session.

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Student Development Programme

One day Work shop on Communication Verbal, Written & Body Language

To looking into future requisite of corporate world, the importance of communication (written & verbal) & Kinesics, haptics (gesture, posture etc.) Programme has been conducted to view into professional development skills of students. The key focused area was Verbal and written communication, email writing & Body Language.

The main objective of this programme for students how to interact one to one and one to all (public speaking) etc.

It was one day programme attended by institute and other institutes students of Unnao local & Kanpur)

TEACHERS HONOUR CEREMONY 2018

Under the auspices of Great Ganges Education Society KIMS and GGIT organize a Teachers Honour Ceremony 2018 on the Occasion of 131 Birth Anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan , a prominent thinker , philosopher , educator and former President of India. This day is celebrated as a Teacher’s day in our country. So, it’s a wonderful opportunity for our Institution to show our gratitude and appreciation to all teachers belongs to different nearby Educational Institutes.

In this ceremony we Honored Directors, Deans, Principals, Vice Principals, Professors, Asst. Professors, Lecturers and Teachers from 45 Educational Institutes of Kanpur and 56 Educational Institutes of Unnao.

The Event inaugurated with lamp lighting ceremony by our Chief Guest Shri Jai Kumar Singh (Jackky) Rajmantri Karagar avam Lokseva Prabandhan along with Mr. Tej Ram Verma Ji (Secretory), Mr. Anil Kumar Verma Ji (Chairperson), Mr. Santosh Kumar Gupta Ji(Vice Chairperson) and a warm welcome by Mr. Ankur Jauhari ji (Manager) to all present in auditorium.

Our Chief Guest Honorable Shri Jai Kumar Singh Ji ( Jackky)Honored with momento , shawl and bouquet by Chairperson of KIMS & GGIT Mr. Anil Kumar Verma Ji.

The programme ended with honoring of Directors, Deans, Principals, Vice Principals, Professors, Asst. Professors, Lecturers and Teachers by presenting momento and shawl by our Chief Guest Honorable Shri Jai Kumar Singh ( Jackky) Ji and Chairperson Mr. Anil Kumar Verma Ji.

This attribute lake is believed to be one of the emerald green eyes of Shiva’s consort, Sati. According to Hindu mythology, when Sati’s father insulted Shiva by not inviting him to a family sacrifice, she immolated herself in protest. This infuriated Shiva who gathered the charred remains in his arms and proceeded to engage in ‘tandav’ “dance of cosmic destruction,” which threatened the very existence of the world. To terminate the dance, Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe, chopped up Sati’s body into pieces, and the remains were scattered throughout India. The modern Naina Devi Temple at the northern end of the Naini Lake is the exact spot where Sati’s eye is believed to have fallen.

PRIYANKA SHUKLA MBA Batch 2016-2018 topper student of KIMS secure 10 th Rank in AKTU Lko. is Honored with RS. 5100 and momento by Chairperson and Chief Guest.

At last Vote of thanks given by our Dean (Academic) Mr. Altaf Qaiyum Ji to all Guests and appreciation to all students especially for their contribution to accomplish this event smoothly.

Four Days Educational and industrial Tour in Nanital and Haldwani(to Kumau area) from 23rd Feb 2018 to 26th Feb 2018.

Introduction :

Our college organized a four day tour to Nainital and Haldwani (Kumau Area ) for enhancing and exploring the knowledge of students with enjoyment of hilly and green area .

Nainital is one of the main “No Pollution City “of the state. Only light motor vehicle are allowed to save the city from pollution.For the same purpose of making the city no pollution “Smoking is also banned “in Nainital at public places.

About Nainital:

Nainital, an old-world hill station in the Kumau, is set around the ebony-emerald Naini Tal (Lake) ringed by hills. Founded by Mr. P. Barron, a European merchant and an enthusiastic hunter in 1841, the city derives its name from a temple dedicated to the goddess ‘Naini Devi”. Located at a height of 1938 meters, this famous hill station of India is surrounded by pine forests. Its numerous lakes, stunning mountain vistas are a paradise for holidaymakers and nature lovers. A travel to Nainital is a fairytale panoramic tour through the Himalayan Mountains where nature is both the backdrop and the director.

Industrial Visit :

Nainital industrial visit was very interesting, Students have visited special economic zone developed by State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand in Rudrapur, This large Integrated Industrial Estate has numerous manufacturing units like Tata Motors, Brittania Industries, Parle Agro, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. ,LA OPALA RG, Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd, Bosch Chassis System PVT.Ltd, Nestle India Ltd. Etc

  Industries Enroute :
  • Parle Foods Pvt Ltd
  • Tata Motors
  • Mahindra Tractor
  • Bajaj Automobiles

The students has also visited Nagar Mahapalika , Nainital where in Mr Rohitash Sharma (executive ) elaborated all the students about “Swacch Bharat Abhiyan “ and also given the knowledge about restriction on use of polythene (Polybags ).

Enjoyable Visit :
Bhimtal (22 Km.) :

A large lake in an amphitheatre of hills offers boating, both paddle and row and fishing.

Naini Lake :

This attribute lake is believed to be one of the emerald green eyes of Shiva’s consort, Sati. According to Hindu mythology, when Sati’s father insulted Shiva by not inviting him to a family sacrifice, she immolated herself in protest. This infuriated Shiva who gathered the charred remains in his arms and proceeded to engage in ‘tandav’ “dance of cosmic destruction,” which threatened the very existence of the world. To terminate the dance, Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe, chopped up Sati’s body into pieces, and the remains were scattered throughout India. The modern Naina Devi Temple at the northern end of the Naini Lake is the exact spot where Sati’s eye is believed to have fallen.

Snow View :

A visit to the Snow View is a must for all Nainital visitors who want to have a grand view of Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak. High above the town, Snow View is a hilltop area and 2,235m (7,450 ft.) above sea level. There visitors will find a small marble temple dedicated to Dev Mundi housing images of different gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheons including Durga, Sita, Shiva, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman.

Naukuchia-tal (26 km) :

A lake with nine corners. A good fishing spot and a haven for migratory birds. Yachting, Rowing, Pedal Boating and Swimming are great attractions.

Mukteshwar (51 Km.) :

On a ridge some 2,254m (7,513 ft.) above sea level, Mukteshwar boasts dramatic views of the Himalayas, fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest. At the edge of town, on the top of a rock, is century-old Mukteshwar Temple, whose presiding deity is Lord Shiva. Pithoragarh (188 km).

Adventures :
Paragliding in Nainital :

Paragliding is an exciting adventure activity that enables the participants to fly like a bird in the sky and enjoy the magnificent view spread below them. Over the past several years, this adventure activity has found numerous takers in India.

Mount Climbing in Nainital :

Apart from being a popular hill station, Nainital is a great place for adventure enthusiasts. It offers a host of sporting activities including rock climbing. A test of physical strength and mental endurance, rock climbing is not for the fainthearted. Our Students participate in this activity and enjoyed a lot. This one is the best experience of this trip.

  Water zorbing :

Your 15 minutes of adventure begins now. Join this water zorbing activity and try to stay balanced and on your feet, as you would be tossed around inside a gigantic plastic ball, known as a Zorb.

River crossing :

Nainital is the travellers dream as it caters to all kind of traveller’s interest and dreams. This picturesque locale in the Himalayan range fulfils the desires of adventurist, nature lover and relaxer equally.

Cable car ride :

Cable cars are sky networks, which was earlier used often for transportation in hilly regions. It is now become a jolly and a thrilling ride for entertainment and to view the scenic beauty from a great height.

There are many more things are done by our students in this educational trip which gives them one of the best experiences of life. This was an educational as well as adventurous tour. In which all students have gained knowledge. They also enjoyed the views and site scene of ‘NANITAL & KUMAU AREA’.

As this was a successful trip we hope to go again for some different destination for students exposure & enjoyment in near future.

Workshop on Human Values & Professional Ethics

Great Ganges Institute of Technology in association with Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow conducted a two day workshop on “Human Values & Professional Ethics”. This workshop was intended to develop “Right Understanding” in ourselves due to lack of it we have reached a point where we can clearly see the results of our collective education system problems such as pollution, resource depletion, and extinction of animals, global warming, terrorism and even threats to the human race on earth. The key resource person of this workshop was Mr. Moti Chandra. The participants were drawn from A.K.T.U. affiliated colleges and some other reputed educational institutions. The workshop was inaugurated in K-IMS Seminar hall, in the presence of Mr. Moti Chandra, Mr. Prashant (Observer A.K.T.U.), Dr. Dharmendra Varshney (K-IMS Director), Prof. Ankur Jahauri, Prof. Kamal Singh Rathore and Prof. Altaf Qayium. There were 85 nominations received for the workshop out of which 71 participants attended the workshop. The workshop was designed to discuss the key issues i.e.

  • Holistic development
  • Role of education in holistic development

The workshop developed an approach to see many problems (such as pollution, resource depletion, and extinction of animals, global warming, terrorism etc.) at four level i.e. individual, family, society and nature. We are troubled by these problems and we want to get rid of them. The workshop helps us to develop right understanding of life with relationship and physical facility in order to fulfill the objective of life i.e. mutual prosperity and happiness. The eight issues that were identified in this workshop: Trust, Respect, Affection, Care, Guidance, Glory, Gratitude, Reverence and Love.

At the end of the workshop a comprehensive plan was developed on the issues identified. The participants of the workshop were very enthusiastic in understanding the issues and sharing their viewpoint for improving it. The two day workshop is expected to go a long way as this workshop will provide the suggestions for holistic development by ensuring human values in each domain of society right from teachers to the students who came from different social backgrounds.

Annual Game Tournament 2017

Annual Sports meet was organized in KIMS under which outdoor and indoor games were organized by the faculty and students of KIMS and GGIT.

A T-20 Cricket match was organized on 10 March 2017 between KIMS and GGIT at Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Cricket Stadium, Unnao.The purpose of the match was to encourage sportsman spirit among the students of KIMS and GGIT which can help them in grooming their personality.
GGIT won the toss and elected to bowl first. After the completion of 20 over KIMS scored 143/10 .

AGGIT started their innings and batted really well .Huge extras given by KIMS rolled over the score board quickly. Rain paused the game for 1 hour but once the game resumed the batsman found no difficulty in finishing the game with a win. Cricket Commentary by Jeetu Rajput and Kajal Gupta was really hilarious and fun filled.

The award ceremony took place and winning trophy was given to the Captain of the winning Team GGIT Ahmer Ali (BBA 2nd Year)by Shri Anil Verma.The captain of the losing team Sameer Singh received the runner up trophy by Dr.P.N.Bajpai,Director KIMS.It was a proud moment for all the faculty members of KIMS and GGIT . Man of the match was GGIT Vice Captain Shubham Kumar (BCA 3rd Year) who took 4 wickets and scored 30 runs. Arjun Singh from KIMS scored 43 runs and Vipin Kumar took 3 wickets.Abhishek Trivedi from KIMS won the Table Tennis match from GGIT.

Shri Anil Verma focused on participation over winning and wished that KIMS and GGIT should win in even turns for healthy competition.

Dr.P.N Bajpai in his concluding speech congratulated the winners and supported the runner up. He in his speech focused on active participation and appealed for always keep on doing good work for achieving success.

The vote of thanks was given by the Event coordinator and Dean Prof.Altaf Qaiyum.The whole event ended successfully leaving smiles on the faces of all and imprinting sense of achievement and participation in the minds of students.

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