Article contributed by Mr. Ashish Dixit, Assistant Professor, Amrapali Institute of Technology & Sciences
We all live in a dynamic society which keeps on
evolving in all aspects of life that certainly demands to all human beings to
be in pace with it. This simply implies that to keep a pace & to cope with
such dynamism we always have a scope for refinement or self improvement. Man is
a social animal. We collectively make societies & countries of the world.
This signifies the importance of enhancement & growth in each individual
unit of the society which ultimately leads to constitute a better environment.
Each one of us has a wide range for advancement in all domains of life with the
help of a few measures listed below.
‘A healthy mind in a healthy body’ is the utmost
objective of self development that can be achieved by self discipline. Making a
routine for day to day activities ; starting from early wake-up time to early
bed time, giving some time for physical & mental workout like yoga, meditation,
some physical activity or a new hobby like gardening etc.
yourself aware & updated by reading newspaper, watching TV news & debates
on current issues. Reading other good literature & watching some entertainment
TV programs etc. act as an additive to self development.
Analyzing dietary habits is equally important.
Necessary alterations should be made to make ones daily balanced healthy diet.
friends are a treasure. One should always choose good friends to improve mood,
encourage positive behavior, boost good mental & emotional disposition.
Always remember that the good time spent with the friends & family is worth
every second. So make a strong emotional bond within the family as well.
financial security. One should always consider the value received for the money
spent. Achieve your financial goals with the help of proper financial planning
& management. While considering your financial goals don’t forget the
family & society.
the nature & it’s resources should always be kept in mind. The importance
of free element Oxygen has been well understood during the current pandemic. So
nurture nature. Give space for indoor plants. More trees be planted. Water
conservation is another aspect wile considering self development as the natural
water resources are depleting at a very fast pace.
Guru is Brahma (who plants the qualities of goodness), Guru is Vishnu (who nurtures and fosters the qualities of goodness), Guru is Maheswara (who weeds out the bad qualities), Guru is the supreme Brahman itself, Salute to such Guru!
5th September marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radahkrishan who was a staunch believer of education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, recipient of Bharat Ratna, first Vice- President and second President of independent India, and above all, a teacher. Teachers’ day is celebrated in commemoration of his birthday and to pay a tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society.
As one looks at the great impact on the growth, development, and well-being of the students and nation, one must agree that teaching is a noble profession. The light of the world, the beacon in the dark, and the hope that gives us strength to survive is our teacher. Teachers’ Day is a day to honor the gifted souls who give their heart & soul to make sure that the future is bright for us all.
Amrapali Group of Institutes also celebrated the occasion joyously along with a long-awaited meet with the students & alumni.
AGI has been nurturing a strong alumni base with alumni who have been able to carve a niche for themselves in their careers. To strengthen the Alumni – Institute Relations, the Institute runs an “Alumni Connect Programmes” from time to time but due to the pandemic, it wasn’t possible to have such frequent connects in the campus.
But our enthusiasm couldn’t be limited to the walls and what could have been a better occasion than Teacher’s Day to bring everyone to the same screen.
Giving a big blow to this deadly virus, AGI Alumni Connect Committee successfully organized an Online Alumni Meet on the occasion of Teacher’s Day on 5th September 2021. The meet was jointly coordinated by Mr. Shivam Dutt Sharma (Product Manager – Data & Analytics at Incedo Inc. and AITS Alumnus), Ms. Deepika Joshi (Professional/ Celebrity Anchor/ Actor and B. Ed Alumna), Ms. Ritika Suyal (Account Manager – US Recruitments at Pyramid Consulting Inc. and AITS Alumna), Mr. Mayank Koranga (Entrepreneur and AIHM Alumnus) and Mr. Ashish Sah (Assistant Manager at SBI Card and FCBM Alumnus) under the mentorship of Prof. (Dr.) M. K. Sharma, Coordinator AGI Alumni Connect.
Mr. Shivam Dutt Sharma, Alumni Coordinator welcomed all the faculty members and alumni of AGI present during the occasion. Prof. (Dr.) SK Singh, COO AIHM extended his blessings and best wishes to all the Alumni on behalf of the entire AGI Family.
Ms. Deepika Joshi presented Guru Vandana. Mr. Shubham Dwivedi (Project Manager at Vincular Testing Labs and AITS Alumnus) & Mr. Mohil Pant (Technical Lead at HCL Technologies and BCA Alumnus), Mr. Anant Vijay Joshi (TV/ Web Actor and AIHM Alumnus) & Mr. Farhan Ansari (Operation Manager at The Jungle Resort and AIHM Alumnus)) graced the evening with their beautiful and melodious Songs & Gazals.
Mr. Anurag Tewari (Associate Director Vertusa and MCA Alumnus) shared his experience with AGI and thanked the faculty members for all their guidance & support during his academic journey in AGI. He assured that various job opportunities and other technical assistance will be provided to the students who are aspiring to have a successful career ahead.
Messages from other Alumni were displayed during the event by Ms. Somya Takuli (Assistant Professor at AIHM).
Ms. Manisha Gururani (Assistant Professor at Amity University and BCA Alumni) interacted and shared her experience of AGI. Ms. Ritika Suyal organized a wonderful Quiz session.
Prof. (Dr.) M. K. Pandey, Director, AITS conveyed his good wishes to all the Alumni present during the event and wished them a bright future ahead. Prof. (Dr.) Prashant Sharma, Dean AIHM, explained the value of discipline and sincerity in the workplace.
The event was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Prof. (Dr.) M. K. Sharma, Coordinator AGI Alumni Connect.
The Institute Management appreciated the efforts of the Alumni Connect Committee and assured all possible support for such activities in the future.
It is well said that “Books can provide you with knowledge but a teacher is the one who enlightens your life”.
It is a matter of honour for the Institute to have the worthy presence of teachers who have been impeccably contributing in shaping the future of the students in a commendable way with their efficiency and expertise.
Amrapali Group of Institutes extends its gratitude to the teacher for their selfless service and dynamic support and feels proud to have teachers who innovated and ensured the education journey of students even during these challenging times. Thank you, Teachers!
देशभक्तों से ही देश की शान है, देशभक्तों से ही देश का मान है, हम उस देश के फूल हैं यारों, जिस देश का नाम हिंदुस्तान हैं !!
Independence Day is celebrated joyfully in our campus every year. However, this year, the celebrations were restricted as per the Government Guidelines of COVID-19. The celebrations were limited to the Flag Hoisting and the singing of the National Anthem.
The Tricolour was jointly unfurled by Dr. Sanjay Dhingra (CEO) and Mrs. Bindu Chawla (Treasurer) in the presence of Prof. (Dr.) S. K. Singh (COO AIHM), Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Pandey (Director AITS), Prof. (Dr.) Ritvik Dubey (Director FCBM), Dr. Garima Garg (Principal FPS), Prof. (Dr.) Siddhartha Sharma (Director CTPD), Prof. (Dr.) Pankaj Shah (Registrar AGI), Prof. Prashant Sharma (Dean Academics AIHM), Col. (Retd.) Adhikari (Administrative Officer), Faculty – Staff Members and a few students.
A Motivational Speech was delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Siddhartha Sharma wherein he reminded the gathering about the supreme sacrifices of our Freedom Fighters. He also paid his tributes to the Indian Armed Forces for their selfless service to the nation. The Proceedings of the Day were carried out by Ms. Pooja Mehta (Assistant Professor) under the supervision of Prof. (Dr.) Pankaj Shah.