Venus Group of Colleges, celebrated 70th Independence day

India’s Independence Day is a day of great significance for the people of India. At this day India got freedom from the British rule after long years of slavery. It has been declared as the National and Gazetted Holiday all across the India in order to independently commemorate the independence of country from British Empire on 15th of August in 1947.
We, members of  Venus Group of Colleges, celebrated 70th Independence day together to pay tribute and remember all the freedom fighters who had contributed a lot and fought for the Independence of India.. We gave respect to our Nation, by Flag hoisting, national anthem and pledge to  do remain united and work hard for our Nation, India.
The prime minister of India highlights over all the achievements of past year, important social issues and solutions, further development in the country, educational matters, etc during his speech on the Independence Day after paying tribute to the freedom fighter and leaders of the Indian independence movement who had sacrificed their lives. A grand march past takes place by the Indian Armed Forces and paramilitary forces. The celebration of independence day takes place in different states of diverse cultural traditions where Chief Ministers of individual states hoist the national flag flowed by various cultural activities by the participants.

Flag hoisting, National Anthem song play and parade ceremonies including other cultural programmes takes place in almost all the governmental and non-governmental institutions, educational institutions, some of the private institutions all through the country. 

Motivational and Inspirational talk by Mr. Jayesh Ganatra

Introduction:

Mr. Jayesh Ganatra is a certified management consultant at B-intelligence Company. He delivered a talk on how to stay ahead in today’s competitive world. Focusing on the points like how to be unique from others, learning from failures, changing the attitude, gaining the interpersonal skills and becoming a level-5 leader by adding the humbleness.

Heroes of Real life:

The living legends that has been providing the best of the example from their personal life. Their failure, their success and ability to digest the success is biggest thing which makes them great. Examples for such personalities are Mr. Amitabh Bacchan, Mr. Sachin Tendulkar, Mr. Bill Gates etc.

Work Culture:

Looking at the free, independent, relaxed and positive work environment of Google, inspired students to be a successful achiever rather than becoming a targeted study oriented engineers.

Understanding the meaning of SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat) in one self is essential to get absorbed in environment like Google.

Tool Box for Success:

  1. Attitude
  2. Motive
  3. Traits (Flexibility)

Inspiration:

Inspirational video of 26/11 Taj Attack were not a single employee amongst 600 left the Hotel although they knew all the exits and shortest routes to reach there as their guests were not safe, which should their dedication, faithfulness towards the job, truthfulness towards their work ethics, which ultimately inspired the students how they behave during the worst situation.

Failure is the step for success is what Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam shared with the student through his pre recorded video. And also shared the his personal past experience of the failure

Talk on Startup Policies by Shri Chandramauli Pathak

Introduction:

Shri Chandramauli Pathak gave a talk on how startup works and what are the policies that encourages the entrepreneurs. He said it’s a challenge to convert your dreams into reality, Entrepreneurs are not out of the world but they create their own world within

Who is Entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur is a machine which can do all the things from generating an idea to its execution to its marking and feedback.

Who can be Entrepreneur?

He also had great discussion section with students regarding different Entrepreneurs like Rasna, Electrotherm, AT&T, Saving elephants, street food chains, flying bubble car and Arvind mills. From the example he stated that Entrepreneur needs no background just a will for a Startup.

Highlights

  1. Government Policies for Micro Scale, Small Scale & Medium Scale Startups
  2. Startup India Action Plan
  3. Pillars of support
  4. India is 3rd largest country for Startups
  5. 4200+ startups every year
  6. 123% growth in Investors
  7. Ease of doing business

 

Talk on Staying Ahead in the competitive world by Mr. Jayesh Ganatra

Introduction:

Mr. Jayesh Ganatra is a certified management consultant at B-intelligence Company. He delivered a talk on how to stay ahead in today’s competitive world. Focusing on the points like how to be unique from others, learning from failures, changing the attitude, gaining the interpersonal skills and becoming a level-5 leader by adding the humbleness.

Being an Achiever:

When today’s youngsters are bending towards the Pokemon Game, one should be like a Pokemon and Pikachu, so the recruiters will come and hunt for you.

Work Culture:

Looking at the free, independent, relaxed and positive work environment of Google, inspired students to be a successful achiever rather than becoming a targeted study oriented engineers.

Understanding the meaning of SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat) in one self is essential to get absorbed in environment like Google.

Developing the unseen skills:

Technical Skills and Knowledge are easily visible to the recruiters while unseen skills like Attitude, values, interpersonal skills and motivation are to be exposed to make a successful achiever.

Tool Box for Success:

  1. Attitude
  2. Motive
  3. Traits (Flexibility)

Inspiration:

Inspirational video of 26/11 Taj Attack were not a single employee amongst 600 left the Hotel although they knew all the exits and shortest routes to reach there as their guests were not safe, which should their dedication, faithfulness towards the job, truthfulness towards their work ethics, which ultimately inspired the students how they behave during the worst situation.

An Expert Lecture on Make in India by Mr. Padmin Buch

On  20th July 2016 Dept of Computer Engineering has organized an expert lecture on vision of our hon. prime minister Shri Narendra Modi – “Make In India”. Mr. Padmin Buch, Ex. director GITCO, IPR Expert had delivered  very interactive lecture on “Make In India” with some tremendous statistics of increasing employment rate in India.

Make in India will open more than 10 million job for youth, he mentioned in his lecture. He also discussed about Single window system, Industrial Express Highway being developed between Delhi and Mumbai which covers almost 30% of cities of Gujarat. Sir also mentioned list of companies like Honeywell, 3M etc which has started manufacturing their products in India through this campaign.

 

Grand Launch of e-Aadishwar at Aarambh 2016

On Saturday, 16/07/2016, Aadishwar College of Technology has organised an orientation program for first year students. Aarambh, was a grand event held at AMA where students had a great opportunity to listen Dr M. N. Patel ,Vice Chancellor, Gujarat University , Mr Snehal Desai, Associated president, Adani group and Mr Chandramauli Pathak, Entrepreneurship expert, OBS. In a majestic event, college management has awarded cash prize of more than Rs. 25000 to ranker students.

Along with Dr M. N. Patel and Mr Pathak, Chairman of Venus Group of Colleges, shri Rishabh Jain launched an app for e-learning and smart studies named e-aadishwar through which students can get notes, assignments, attendance and all related study materials on their phone. Shri  Rishabh Jain also gifted Tablet with e-Aadishwar installed to first year students.

Occasion  of welcoming new students has became more splendid for all students who scored highest in particular branch of engineering while college awarded them with cash prizes worth Rs. 25000. It gives an inspiration to students for hard work during four years of engineering.

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Faculty Development Program on Entrepreneurship by Shri Chandramauly Pathak

On Saturday, 09/07/2016, Aadishwar College of Technology has organised a Faculty Development Program for All Faculty Members of Aadishwar College of Technology – Venus, Arihant School of Pharmacy, Venus Institute of Design and Architecture and Venus Institute of Physiotherapy. Renowned Speaker Mr. Chandramauly Pathak (Visiting Faculty at AMA, IIMA, Nirma University, EDI, Oakbrook Business School) has Successfully Conducted The Faculty Development Program  on Entrepreneurship.

Function Started with Introductory Speech by Prof. Dhwani Joshi, followed by Welcome Speech from Mr. Deep Mehta and felicitation from Principal Shri H. H. Wandra. Program Started by Mr. Pathak and given very good presentation on Entrepreneurship with live examples and strong interaction with faculty members.

He discussed around 13 different aspects required for a successful entrepreneur. He has put emphasis on Information Seeking, Initiative and persistency and Influencing strategy. He also states about taking risks and uncertainty bearing capabilities. Further he discussed stages of Entrepreneurship development process and about skills and characteristics of an Entrepreneur.

After Tea Break, Mr. Pathak has formed Five Teams and given task to create one Model, having different idea and innovation, it should stand without any support and Tallest and each team has given 30 minutes to prepare and finally 4 to 5 minutes for presentation. More than 80 faculty members from all the institutes have attended this FDP and Enjoyed and Learnt many things.

This will definitely help the faculty members for their approach towards Entrepreneurship and how to IDENTIFY, MOTIVATE, TRAIN and DEVELOP the students for Successful Entrepreneur.

Finally at 1:30 PM, program concluded with feedback from principal sir and Ajit Pujara Sir and Vote of Thanks from Jalpa Shah Mam.

Students secured Rank in University – Proud Moment

The prestigious Engineering institute, Aadishwar College of Technology, Gandhinagar, upholding its tradition of producing University toppers has once again created history by producing five more University Toppers.

Dhruv Parikh from Electrical and Electronics Engineering secured 10 SPI and bagged First Rank in Gujarat Technological University.

Shri Rishabh Jain, chairman, Venus Group of Colleges, congratulated him on his achievement by his blessed words. He proudly said this is a proof of the consistent endeavour on the part of the ACT-Venus fraternity to impart value based quality education in the institution.

Panchal Tejash

Automobile Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 7.97

  Institute Rank : 3rd

Damor Karis

Automobile Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 8.17

Institute Rank : 2nd

Khosh Deep

Automobile Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 8.81

  Institute Rank : 1st

Christian Pray

Electronics & Communication Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 6.88

Institute Rank : 1st

Bhavsar Subham

Electrical Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 7.47

  Institute Rank : 3rd

Neve Navneet

Electrical Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 8.34

Institute Rank : 2nd

Bundail Shalini

Electrical Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 8.44

  Institute Rank : 1st

Prajapati Mayank

Civil Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 7.45

Institute Rank : 3rd

Gohil Shaktisinh

Civil Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 7.77

  Institute Rank : 2nd

Sheth Vishwa

Civil Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 7.90

Institute Rank : 1st

Rakholiya Dhaval

Computer Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 8.09

  Institute Rank : 2nd

Vadodaria Bhargav

Computer Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 7.97

Institute Rank : 3rd

Desai Aakash

Mechanical Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 8.32

  Institute Rank :3rd

Zala Hetalkuvarba

Computer Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 8.22

Institute Rank : 1

Raval Shekhar

Mechanical Engineering

  University Rank :

  SPI: 9.10

  Institute Rank :1st

Bhaduriya Balram

Mechanical Engineering

University Rank :

SPI: 8.45

Institute Rank :

Dhruv Parikh

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

University Rank : 1st

SPI: 10

Institute Rank : 1st

Hiten Adwani

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

University Rank : 3rd

SPI: 10

Institute Rank : 2nd

Vishesh Kyada

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

University Rank : 4th

SPI: 10

Institute Rank : 3rd

Darshil Shah

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

University Rank : 7th

SPI: 10

Institute Rank : 4th

Dhairya Sheth

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

University Rank : 8th

SPI: 9.8

Institute Rank : 5th

Karan Parmar

Electronics & Communication

SPI: 10

Institute Rank : 1st

Patel Dhruvil

Electronics & Communication

SPI: 8.8

Institute Rank : 2nd

Patel Priyank

Electronics & Communication

SPI: 8.40

Institute Rank : 3rd

Gajjar Vishwas

Civil Engineering

SPI: 9.20

Rank : 1st

Vaghela Jayvirsinh

Civil Engineering

SPI: 8.93

Rank : 2nd

Gosalia Umang

Civil Engineering

SPI: 8.70

Rank : 3rd

Janki Barot

Computer Engineering

SPI: 9.4

Rank : 1st

Pandya Shivani

Computer Engineering

SPI: 9.2

Rank : 2nd

Mulani Nikita

Computer Engineering

SPI: 9.2

Rank : 3rd

Shah Tirthesh

Mechanical Engineering - A

SPI: 9.62

Rank : 1st

Shah Keval

Mechanical Engineering - A

SPI: 9.4

Rank :2nd

Patel Smit

Mechanical Engineering - A

SPI: 9.34

Rank : 3rd

Modi Kaushal

Mechanical Engineering - B

SPI: 9.31

Rank : 1st

Patel Avinash

Electrical Engineering

SPI: 9.17

Rank : 2nd

Patel nishant

Electrical Engineering

SPI: 9.07

Rank : 3rd

Dwivedi Aashish

Mechanical Engineering - B

SPI: 9.28

Rank : 2nd

Parekh Abhishek

Mechanical Engineering - B

SPI: 8.93

Rank : 3rd

Patel Harsh

Mechanical Engineering - C

SPI: 9.31

Rank : 1st

Talwar Jayesh

Mechanical Engineering - C

SPI: 9.28

Rank : 2nd

Patel Jeet

Mechanical Engineering - C

SPI: 9.28

Rank : 3rd

Alok Giri

Electrical Engineering

SPI: 9.30

Rank : 1st

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