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GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY STRIVES TO GIVE ITS STUDENTS MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN THROUGH INDUSTRY VISITS.

As a part of Galgotias University’s focus on learning through industry visits, students of the School of Finance and Commerce went on a study visit to NSIC, Delhi. The theme of the visit was – “Today’s youth, Tomorrow’s entrepreneur”.

The students were apprised of the challenges faced in starting a new business. They were also made aware of the innovative solutions suchas the revenue model of the business, deciding the profit margins, licensing of various business products, registration of the enterprise, various encouraging schemes launched by the Govt. and many more.

Students were also exposed to the various technologies available in NSIC and business incubation options through the working of various semi-automated machines used in various Micro, Small and Medium enterprises.

 

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These 2 students along with their mentor have built a very effective, pocket and environment friendly AC

Air conditioners not only consume a lot of power, escalating your electricity bills, it is also harmful for the environment due to emission of Chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, which cause depletion of the Ozone layer. They are a dent to the pocket and also to the environment. But, what if we tell you there is a pocket and environment friendly AC too.
To tackle these two major issues, two students, Simran Bajaj and Aishwarya Singh, along with their mentor Maham Malik from Galgotia’s University have designed and engineered an environmental-friendly AC.
“The need for an environmental-friendly and pocket-friendly AC was increasing and that is why we decided to take up this idea,” said Malik.

How it works

The AC works on the principle of cooling air by bringing it in contact with cold copper tubes, which is cooled by a liquid coolant flowing through it. The coolant used is brine. The concept behind it is cooling- on the principle of conduction and convection.

How effective is the AC

The AC is best suited for small rooms. It has been tested in a room and it dropped the temperature by seven degree Celsius.
“Since it is a low budget AC, it is fit for use in hostel rooms. We have only tested its cooling in a 4×4 room size. It gives a temperature drop of 7 degree Celsius on a hot day,” said Malik.
She said that the AC can be used in areas with low voltage and it can beat the industrial ACs.
“Cost wise and usage wise, it can give the industrial ACs a tough competition and can be used in areas which have a low voltage supply,” she said.
How eco-friendly is the AC

The AC works on brine and it isn’t a coolant, which comes under the chemical category. It can be recycled, so no more CFCs. Besides, it does not lead to unwanted humidity in the air nor does it over dry the air on cooling.
It does not consume a lot of electricity. “It is marketable and can be of great use to common people,” said Malik.

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Galgotia University Students create a placement record once again!

Congratulations to the students for record breaking placements once again! The entire credit goes to our hard working and confident students. We wish them all the best on their chosen careers.

Placement Highlights:

  • Over 120 Top corporate came for placement
  • 84% computer science students got placed
  • Salary package in the range of Rs 3 lakh – Rs 6 Lakh

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GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY’S DISTINGUISHED FACULTY ARE CREDITED WITH WRITING SEVERAL BOOKS.

Dr. Amitabh Srivastava, Dean, School of Media & Communication Studies recently published 2 books. Before this, Dr. Amitabh Srivastava had edited the book: Ragging the Red Alert. Its preface was written by Prof. Yashpal, Eminent Academician and Scientist. Dr. Amitabh Srivastava has also translated this book with the title: Ragging Ek Aatank.

Mr. Ashish Kumar, Ph.D scholar and a budding media professional also wrote a book on ‘Media Charitra’.

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GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY WAS PRIVILEGED TO RELEASE THE BOOK OF RENOWNED AUTHOR DR. PREM CHAND JAIN

School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Dean, Students Welfare organised the book release of ” Nirbhay Hoi Nishank Kahika Prateek”, edited by Mr. Rishab Dev Sharma. This book is an anthology written in honour of Dr. Prem Chand Jain, a renowned author. Prof. Gopa Bharadwaj, Dean SHSS and Prof. A K Jain, Dean, Students Welfare welcomed Dr. Prem Chand Jain, the guest of honour. He shared some memorable experiences with the audience. It was a motivating event for the faculty and students of the University to inculcate the habit of creative writing.