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GLOBAL GROUP OF INSTITUTES

11TH KM STONE, SOHIAN KHURD, AMRITSAR - JAMMU HIGHWAY, NH 54, AMRITSAR ,AMRITSAR

About Us

Global Group of Institutes (GGI) was established in 2008 in the Holy city of Amritsar,Punjab, North India. The Group has been led from the front by Prominent Academicians as Directors, who have served in prominent Institutes of the Country including IIT’s, NIT’s etc. The present Director served as Scientist in ISRO with academic background from IISc Bangalore. Approved by AICTE/PCI (New Delhi) and Affiliated to IKG-PTU (Jalandhar)/PSBTE&IT (Chandigarh) UNIQUE ACHIEVEMENTS (Partial List) 1. Accredited by NAAC with A+ Grade. 2. 21 Gold Medals, 600+ Merit positions in University. 3. First woman Fighter Pilot of Indian Air Force Ms Mohana Singh is our Alumna. 4. Students very well placed both nationally and internationally. 5. Winner of 7 National Awards.

Area of Excellence

High Performance Automobiles and Big data & Mobile Computing centers of Excellence. State of Art Engineering, Pharmacy, Hotel Mgt Laboratories. Carbon emission reduction by harnessing solar energy.

Research Capability and Focus Area

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, IOT, Cloud based clinical interpretation. Fiber optic high speed internet connectivity and subscription of JGATE, Delnet journals.

Notable Research / Publication

During last five years, Papers published in refereed Journals like UGC approved, Web of Science, SCOPUS are 121, Conference papers/Chapters in Books 39 and Papers in National/ International Conferences 34. Joint collaborations with Universities/eminent organisations have resulted creating promising research environment for faculty and students.

Academic Facilities

Best infrastructure like ICT enabled AC Smart Classrooms, High speed Fiber optic connectivity, Ultra modernly equipped laboratories and computers of latest configuration, and e-Library.

Library Database

Fully Automated well stocked Digital Library facilitated with Reference Books, e-books, e-journals, CD's, NPTEL videos and other e-resources including online subscription of JGATE, DELNET etc.

Courses & Programme

  • DisciplineCOMMERCE
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectNA
  • No. of seats2
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Any Subject with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectNA
  • No. of seats4
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Any Subject with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS
  • Program LevelPost Graduate (PG)
  • Branch/SubjectNA
  • No. of seats4
  • Course Duration (In Months)24
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( UG in Computer Applications with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineSCIENCE
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectAgriculture
  • No. of seats1
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 750
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1200
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 750
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1200

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 60% score And 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectBusiness Administration
  • No. of seats10
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Any Subject with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelDiploma
  • Branch/SubjectCivil Engineering
  • No. of seats9
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10th in Science with minimum 60% score And 10th in Mathematics (As Mandatory Subject) with minimum 59% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectCivil Engineering
  • No. of seats19
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelDiploma
  • Branch/SubjectComputer Engineering
  • No. of seats9
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10th in Science with minimum 60% score And 10th in Mathematics (As Mandatory Subject) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectComputer Science and Engineering
  • No. of seats8
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelDiploma
  • Branch/SubjectElectrical Engineering
  • No. of seats5
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10th in Science with minimum 60% score And 10th in Mathematics (As Mandatory Subject) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectHotel Management and Catering Technology (BHM and CT)
  • No. of seats10
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 750
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1200
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 750
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1200

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Any Subject with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectInformation Technology
  • No. of seats5
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectMechanical Engineering
  • No. of seats9
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineENGINEERING
  • Program LevelDiploma
  • Branch/SubjectMechanical Engineering
  • No. of seats9
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10th in Science with minimum 60% score And 10th in Mathematics (As Mandatory Subject) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplinePHARMACY
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectPharmacy
  • No. of seats2
  • Course Duration (In Months)48
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1300
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1750
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1300
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1750

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 65% score Or 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 65% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineSCIENCE
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectMedical Lab Technology
  • No. of seats5
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 60% score Or 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineSCIENCE
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectRadiology
  • No. of seats2
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplinePHARMACY
  • Program LevelDiploma
  • Branch/SubjectDiploma of Pharmacy
  • No. of seats2
  • Course Duration (In Months)24
  • Examination PatternYearly

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 500
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 950

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 60% score Or 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineSCIENCE
  • Program LevelUnder Graduate (UG)
  • Branch/SubjectOperation Theatre Technology
  • No. of seats2
  • Course Duration (In Months)36
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 650
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1100

Eligibility Criteria: ( 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelPost Graduate (PG)
  • Branch/SubjectFinance, Marketing & HR
  • No. of seats10
  • Course Duration (In Months)24
  • Examination Patternsemester

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesUSD 1150
  • Annual Total FeesUSD 1600

Eligibility Criteria: ( UG in Any Subject with minimum 60% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria:

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Alumni Name

ANTIONETTE AFUA YEBOAH

STUDENT


Global Group of Institutes is blessed with the visionary leadership of management, qualified and dedicated staff and talented students drawn from different social cultural academic backgrounds.

GHANA
Alumni Name

BOAHEN ISAAC

GHANA


The accommodation of the Institutes is very comfortable. The management used to take frequent feedback and provided us homely environment.

GHANA
Alumni Name

MD. ERSHAN MIA

STUDENT


It is institute where your voice is heard and opinion counts. My knowledge and confidence has been boosted after coming year.

BANGLADESH
Alumni Name

RUDRA BAHADUR YADAV

STUDENT


Life as a Global student is unique in its own right. Studies are perfectly balanced with extra curricular to achieve overall development of students.

BHUTAN
Alumni Name

SHIV SHANKAR YADAV

STUDENT


The environment not only helped me in imbibing knowledge but also in developing my overall personality.

NEPAL

CAMPUS LIFE

EVENTS

INFRASTRUCTURE

13 November

2021

INTER STATE YOUTH FESTIVAL UDAAN 2022

Global Group of Institutes organised Inter State Youth Festival UDAAN 2022 which is held annually at its campus. A large number of students representing various colleges and technical institutes from different parts of Punjab and other states participated with zeal and enthusiasm in this entertaining and knowledge enhancing extravaganza and show cased their talent in a wide arra ... y of technical, non-technical and cultural activities during various events. The students displayed their technical knowledge, imagination and innovative ideas. The inter-state youth festival 'UDAAN-2022' overall trophy for the best performance was bagged by Shanti Devi Arya Mahila College, Dinanagar. The students of Global Group of Institutes, Amritsar secured the second place.

4 May

2016

GLOBAL INSTITUTE MADE NODAL CENTRE BY IIT DELHI

Global institutes, Amritsar has been awarded with the status of a nodal centre for the ‘Virtual Labs Project’ by IIT Delhi. This is the third nodal centre in Punjab that has been instituted by Ministry of Human Resource Development(MHRD), Government of India. The two nodal centres are CT Group ... of Institutes, jalandhar and Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh. The country has about 40 nodal centres awarded through the MHRD. IIT Delhi has conducted a workshop on ‘Virtual Labs Project’ an initiative of the MHRD, for the students of BTech on the Global Institutes Amritsar premises.

10 February

2015

RESEARCHERS FROM SWEDEN INTERACT WITH STUDENTS

It is interesting to know that Punjab, which is considered food bowl of India, can undertake agriculture throughout the year with varied crop rotations. Sweden has only four months to produce food for its people, said two swedish agriculture research scholars af ... ter interacting with B.Sc. Agriculture students of Global Students here on Friday. Johni Nordenalajo and Lousie Calentin interacted with B.Sc(Agriculture) students of the Institute. They learned about how the food chain in India rolls from farmer to consumers.

14 July

2021

A+ NAAC GRADE FOR INSTITUTE

Global Group of Institutes has been awarded the rating of A+ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), which places it among the 5 per cent Higher Education Institutions (HEI) in India to be granted such ... a coveted grade. The institutes scored a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.27 on four- point scale. The NAAC Peer Team was headed by Dr Hans Raj Sharma, Pro- VC, Central University of Himachal Pradesh as Chairman

10 July

2018

897 students conferred with degrees at Global Institutes

Students of MBA, MCA, M.TECH, B.TECH, BCOM (Hons), BCA, Hotel management, Airline and Tourism of Global Institutes were conferred with degrees at the third annual convocation on Monday. Education Minister OP Soni presided over the convocation. The degree ... was given to students who passed out in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Soni received a floral welcome from Chairman Dr BS Chandi, vice chairman Dr Akashdeep Singh, directors Dr Rajesh Goel, Dr RK Ghai along with others. A total of 897 students got their degrees.

30 October

2021

FOOTBALL LEAGUE KICK STARTS

A two-day 'Global Football League-2021 Season-2' was inaugurated by Dr Akashdeep Singh Chandi, Vice Chairman, Global Group of Institutes on Friday. A total of nine teams representing various departments are participating in the event. The inaugural ... match of the tournament being played on a knockout basis was played between the teams of Department of Hotel Management and the Department of Polytechnic. The team of Polytechnic emerged winners by defeating Hotel Management Team by a margin of 2-0.

25 January

2015

Copter display marks R-day celebrations

In a fascinating show, students of the Electronics and Communication Department of Global Institutes demonstrated the antics of a "quad-copter" to mark the Republic Day celebrations. Similar to the contraption displayed in the film "Three Idiots", the copter was designed by Vaibhav Singh, Talwinder Singh, Varun Kumar, Rishabh Singh and Pankaj Kumar, all students of fourth year, under the guidance of Harmandeep Singh Sangha, assistant professor, ECE Department. The chopper was flagged off by chairman of the institute, Dr Baldev Singh Chandi, along with vice-chairman, Dr Akashdeep Singh. As many as 400 students of the institute witnessed the demonstration of the machine. It ... looked like a toy, but could lift weight upto 1.5 Kg. Explaining about the machine, Harmandeep said, "It was created to scale height upto 500 metres and cover a distance of 600 metre. The copter works with a remote control and uses brushless motors, fiber made propellers, electronic speed controller, gyro etc. Fitted with a camera, the copter can survey areas using a single person." He said the copter could be used in search and rescue operations with addition of night vision an infrared optics. It could locate areas ravaged by fire, flooding, landslides and snow slides. In emergency management, it could give situational awareness and damage assessment reports, he added.

28 December

2015

Students create Spiderman Suit for wall climbing

Students of the mechanical engineering department of Global Institutes demonstrated wall climbing using Institutes indigenous device named the Spiderman Suit. The device, created by students, is built on the formula of vacuum operation to assist a human climber to easily undertake a climb on vertical o ... r angular walls. It can reach points in a building where heavy cranes cannot extend or where the wall front is tricky and has been a big headache for tall structures and high rise buildings. During the demonstration at the Einstein Block of the campus, students were thrilled to see the working model.

28 July

2016

Global Institute students bag merit positions

Students of Global Institutes managed to get 78 merit positions in the results declared by Punjab Technical University (PTU). As many as ten students, including Navalpreet Kaur (BSc, HMCT second sem), Bhanupriya (Btech, CSE- eighth sem), Harsimran Jit Kaur (Btech, IT- sixth sem), Ravi Thukral (Btech, ME - eighth sem), Amroj Preet Singh (Btech, ME-sixth sem), Salvinder Kaur (MCA, fourth sem), Rupinder Kaur (Bte ... ch, IT- fifth sem), Mohit Singh (Btech, ME - third sem), Amrojpreet Singh (Btech, ME - seventh sem) and Sandeep Kaur (MCA, fifth sem), bagged first position. Six students got second positions while seven students bagged third positions. Congratulating the students, parents, faculty and staff for the academic performance, institute chairman, Dr BS Chandi, said it was result of hard work and consistent efforts.

17 September

2021

Energy Swaraj Yatra reaches city

Prof Chetan Singh Solanki, also known as "Solar Man of India", who has undertaken the nationwide Energy Swaraj Yatra to raise awareness on clean energy and the urgency of reducing carbon- footprint before 2030, reached on Friday as he visited the Global Group of Institutes as part of his yatra. Addressing students and faculty on ways and means to limit the disastrous impact of global warming, Solanki said. "We have to l ... imit the consumption and localise the production of energy to achieve the goal of Energy Swaraj or independence. Each person needs to minimise their energy consumption to at least one third to generate locally and to minimise by 1/3rd the use of energy so that we shift to solar energy with the passage of time. The professor stressed on acquiring energy literacy about the use of energy and reduce electricity consumption.

6 April

2017

International admission cell opens at Global Institutes

With an aim to providing holistic education to students wherein they could opportunities for studying in the country as well as completing a size- able part of their education in developed countries, Global Institutes Amritsar (GIA) opened an international admission cell on its premises. The cell was formally inaugurated by Akali Fulmer of Alabama University, USA, who was the chief guest. In an interactive session with students on various courses, internship and training opportunities available for Indian students in the US, Fulmer said s ... tudents could avail global standards of educa tion, training and work opportunities in the spirit of memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the GIA and Alabama University, USA. The international admission cell would provide information on sought-after professional institutions in countries such as the US, the UK, Australia or Canada. It would assist in better assimilation of students in educational norms, training and work environments abroad, making it easier for students to tackle teething troubles in new countries and places.

1 June

2015

Students build vehicle from scrap

A nine-member team of final year mechanical engineering students of Global Institutes created a 'wonder bike' from scrap. The vehicle was flagged off by chairman of the institute, Dr Baldev Singh Chandi, along with Vice Chairman Dr Akashdeep. The all terrain four-wheeler was maneuvered on sandy pit. Chandi said the bike was created under the institute's 'Gold finger' project. The group designed and fabricated the vehicle with parts collected from vehicles sold in the scrap market. The team used indigenised parts of Hero Karizma, Kerala auto-rickshaw, Bajaj Discover and Maruti 800. The basic structure of the vehicle was designed and fabricated from the Tata made 1/2 inch C class circular iron pipe. The heart of the vehicle is modified 223cc Hero Karizma engine attached to the in- house self-fabricated gear- box. Differential of Kerala auto- rickshaw was used. Modified sus ... pension of Maruti 800 car was used at the front and Bajaj Discover was used at the rear. Dr Akashdeep congratulated the team led by Harmanpreet Singh, Abhishek Soni, Agamjot Singh, Amandeep Singh, Bambam Kumar Jha, Bikramjit Singh, Hardeep Singh, Karanjeet Singh, Manoj Thakur along with their guide Prof Jatinder Bhalla from Department of Mechanical Engineering. Bhalla said "The bike is aesthetic, attractive, aerodynamically designed, besides fuel efficient. It can also be used for adventure sports." It was created over a period of six months, he added. Prof Bhalla said the complete working model of the vehicle was built within the resources available to them at High Performance Automobiles Center of Excellence of Global Institutes using the three-D AutoCAD software of CREO-2.0. The design and fabrication was done under the guidance of faculty of mechanical engineering.

15 September

2020

EXPERT TALK ON BIG DATA AND CLOUD

Tech Talk Club run under the auspices of the Department of CSE/IT at the Global Group of Institutes organised multifarious activities to develop and hone the overall skills of the students pertaining to self-discipline, effective communication and their overall personality. An expert talk on "Big Data and Cloud" was conducted by the club with an aim to apprise and educate the students about the importance and demand of this powerful technology in the near future. Varun Sethi, Associate Practice Lead, Big Data; Cloud, Abzooba, Pune delivered the expe ... rt talk and enlightened the students and faculty on the scope and application of this technology in Industry. Another online quiz titled "Smart Hacks 2020-2021" in association with ICT-IIT Kanpur was organised by the club as part of activity based teaching and learning process for the benefit of the students, who participated in the online quiz. Tech Talk Club also organised group discussion on contemporary times and expressed their views showcasing their knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting the world at large and India in particular.

29 October

2021

CRICKET TOURNEY AT GLOBAL INSTITUTE

Two-day cricket tournament, 'Global Premier League-2022' commenced at Global Institute on Friday. The tournament was inaugurated by the vice-chairman, Dr Akashdeep Singh Chandi. The cricketing acumen of budding professionals from different streams shall be on display during the course of competition. The inaugural match of GPL 2022 was played between the teams of Department of Phar ... macy and BTech (Civil Engg). Batting first the BTech team was dusted at a score of 46 runs in 10 overs and the Pharmacy team achieved the target in seven overs and registered their win by 5 wickets. In the second league match the team BTech (CSE/IT) out played the Department of Management in second match of the day and third match was played between Polytechnic Department and BTech

17 June

2016

3 women fighter pilots to ride on wings of history tomorrow

Flight Cadets Bhawana Kanth of Darbhanga in Bihar, Avani Chaturvedi of Madhya Pradesh and Mohana Singh of Rajasthan, undergoing training for commissioning in the Fighter Stream of the IAF flying branch, will create history as they pass out of the Air Force Academy in Hyderabad on June 18. The fiesty women comprise the first batch of women flight cadets. Mohana Singh, who studied at the Global Institute of Management and Emerging Technologies (GIMET), Amritsar, belongs to Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan. Her father is in the Air Force and mother is a teacher. Mohana said as a F ... lt Gunner in the Aviation Research Centre, her grandfather would go to different places on various missions. She wanted to live the same life. Mohana's aim is to be a part of future combat missions. "Night flying was exhilarating. I remember the small puffs of crackers bursting 1,000 feet below on my first take-off. During my first sector solo sortie at night, blinding lightning left me frightened. As I descended, I encountered clouds. I faced difficulty in discerning between the stars in the dark sky above and the small clusters of light on the dark ground beneath.

10 October

2019

Entrepreneurship awareness camp at Global Institutes

A three day entrepreneurship awareness camp organised at Global Institutes for the students of diploma courses concluded here recently .The camp was organised in collaboration with Regional for Entrepreneurship development, Chandigarh, and sponsored by the Department of Technology (DST) and Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad. Jaspal Kaur (project director), R.S. Chatha (Retired bank officer), Mandeep (trainee, Bharti Wall Mart), Abhishek (assistant professor in college), Guneet (RBI Counsellor), Kirti Beri (Assistant professor in a college) and Sukhwinder Gill, Director, Krishi Vigyan Kender apprised the students of of various concepts of entrepreneurship. Dr Akashdeep Singh Chandi, Vice-Chairman, Global Institutes, welcomed the experts from various fields and Charanjit Singh, Principal, high- lighted the purpose of organising the awareness camp. Jaspal Kaur in her introductory address enlighten the students ... with various types of career options that present generation looks upon while neglecting the one that values their calibre the most i.e. entrepreneurship. She highlighted various perks of being an entrepreneur apart from name and fame. She also explained the various types of ventures an individual could take up depending upon ones calibre and interest. Mandeep Singh emphasised on the importance of marketing in an industry and also the role played by the same uplift the economy and turnover of an industry as well as that of a nation. Abhishek and Guneet emphasised the role of taxes thereby contributing in the overall development of an economy. Kirti Beri explained the role of time management and advised the students to improve their soft skill in order to become successful entrepreneur. Chatha drew attention of the gathering towards much heard but less known terms called recurring deposits and fixed deposits along with their interest rates.

18 October

2016

Local Educationist takes up farm technology with Canadian minister.

During his visit to Canada, Global Institutes chairman, Dr BS Chandi, met Navdeep Singh Bains , Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and discussed farming practices based on technology that India could use as one of the largest agro-based economies of the world. Dr Chandi took up with Canadian minister the matter of innovative role of science and technology in agriculture in order to transform farming in India into a viable economic sector model, especially for farmers of Punjab, who are reling under debt. Advanced technological researches in the agro field for India, which urgently require optimal resources management, including water economy in farming, crop rotation and diversification, were also discussed. Chandi is on an education exchange trip to Canada. The minister said governments of both the countries need a relook at management to support converting diversified crops into cash crops by fixing prices referred to as minimum support price (MPS) in India. “Apart from this, better management of existing cash crops with methods to economies natural resources needs to be worked upon, “ he added. Dr Chandi urged Navdeep to take meaningful initiatives ... at the Canadian government level in order to develop a mechanism so that economic benefits could reach the grass root level, including the poorest of the poor of developing countries. “ The solution to majority of problems gripping society in India is in the mindset that resist change, This applies to a wide variety of segments of society, Turning the tide and making agriculture sector technologically sound will definitely improve lives of our farmers and generate jobs for youth, ‘ said Dr Chandi. He also visited of University of Toronto (UoT), University of Pennsylvania(UoP) and the farmed Wharton Business School (WBS) to learn about new trends in higher education. Speaking after the visit, Dr Chandi said he was in Canada to learn about best practices in institution of higher education so that they could be put into use at local Global Institutes to achieve excellence. He said the work culture and sense of social responsibility in Canada had deeply impressed him.He added that the local institute would try to have more link with industry for research and development projects. He said, “Our own research centers will be developed to cater to local industrial and agro- industry needs.”

11 July

2016

‘Smart wheelchair’, ‘baby incubator’ bag top positions at annual project exhibition of GIA

Furthering the initiative of ‘Make in India’ floated by the Prime Minister, as many as 241 BTech students displayed their projects at the ‘Annual Project Exhibition’ at Global Institutes Amritsar(GIA) in the Department of Management and Emerging Technologies. On the occasion, Dr Akashdeep Singh, vice-chairman, Global Institutes, Prof Rajesh Goel, director, GIA, Prof Neetu Gupta, Hod, (ECE), discussed the goal of their projects, encouraged students and selected the best of the projects which will feature in the upcoming ‘Global Institutes Library and Museum’ of the institute. The vice-chairman said, “The projects were judged on the basis of innovative quality, rarity, thoughtfulness, workability, ease of operation, longevity, aesthetics and accuracy.” In the Electronic Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, the first prize was shared between the innovative ‘Weather monitoring system’ and the ‘low-cost smart wheelchair’ followed by a ‘Baby incubator’ project that was adjudged the second position. The weather monitoring system project included a micro-controller-ATMEGA 32A interfaced with different sensors, including temperature sensor, humidity sensor, rain inten ... sity sensor for wind speed and direction and light intensity sensor leading to effect synchronized communication. Used for weather forecasting, it was created by a five-member team, including Kamalpreet kaur, Kiranjit Kaur, Gurbir Kaur, Jastinder Kaur and Gaganpreet Kaur and bagged the first position. The baby incubator project nurtures a child in the best possible environment for observation and care. The incubator included temperature-controlled environment, photo-therapy, a control valve for oxygen besides easy access ports for nursing care. The project was created by students Karanjit Singh, Jarnail Singh, Harmbir Singh and was adjudged the second place. In BTech’s, Information Technology (IT) Department, the first three positions were bagged by projects that included ‘Network and system security’,’Amgen Congress’ and ‘Go Safe’, respectively. Other projects of interest included ‘Automatic solar water filling plant’, ‘Anti-accident vehicle, coal mining alarm system’, ‘Ultrasonic distance sensor, ‘Automatic street-light power saving system’,’Ultrasonic distance sensor’, ‘Notes sharing’, ‘Spend smart’, ‘Easy bargain’, ‘Clever wallet’, ’Job portal and ‘Houzz’.

24 February

2017

Workshop on Virtual Labs

A State level work shop on virtual labs was organized by IIT Delhi and Global Institutes jointly at the latter’s campus here on Wednesday. Global Institutes was awarded with nodal centre for labs “Virtual labs project by IIT Delhi ‘ in 2016. The Workshop on virtual labs, an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the National Mission on Education through ICT,was conducted by experts from IIT Delhi for the faculty and students of Global Institutes . The concept of “virtual labs “has been floated as physical distances and availability of resources often limit doing experiments, especially whe ... n they involve sophisticated instruments. Virtual Labs have been designed to provide remote access to labs in various disciplines of science and engineering. These labs cater to students at the undergraduate and post graduate levels, besides research scholars. IIT Experts Prof. Ranjan Bose ,Tanmay Tarun Das Prateek Sharma , Ashish Mudgil and Ashish Ranjan Conducted five sessions during the workshop .Participants were given demonstration of a number of experiments from different streams . As a part of outreach activity, over550 workshop have been conducted in over across the country by all participating institutes.

24 April

2019

170 students of Global Institutes get job letter

As many as 170 students of Global Institutes, Amritsar, have been placed in various national and multi- national companies like Tavisca Solution, Intelegenicia, Genpact, Vinove Software, Extra Marks Education (P)Ltd., Maram Constructions, Vedantu, Piaggio Vehicles(P) Li ... mited , Multiplier Solutions among others. Dr Akashdeep Singh Chandi , vice- chairman, congratulated selected students and said that Global Institutes is always committed toward providing career growth- oriented opportunities to its students along with their academics.

22 April

2016

120 students of Global Institutes get placement

As many as 120 students from colleges under the Global Institutes in the fields of technology, management and computer applications were selected in different companies through a campus placement drive, said Dr Akashdeep singh, vice chairman of Global institutes. The selected students were offered packages ranging between Rs 1.8 and Rs 6 lakh per month. Leading multinational compani ... es like KPIT Technologies, Capital via, Smart School Education (P) Ltd, EClerx Services Ltd., Khanna Paper Mill Ltd., Llyods Ventures, Neosoft Technologies, Think and Learn, IDS Infotech, Deftsoft Informatics, Edios, Eastman Cast and Forge Ltd and Shri Ram Pannels have already visited in the current session so far and offered lucrative job offers to the students of various branches.

7 February

2017

City Prof Presents research paper in Int’l conference

Harmandeep Singh Sangha, Assistant professor at the Global Institute of Management and Emerging Technologies, here, presented a research paper in a conference on ‘Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering’ (RTCSE’17) in Denmark. The conference was hosted by the Department of Energy Technology, Section for Power Electronics System, Denmark. In the paper, Sangha stated that the Wireless Body Area Network had become a leading solution in mobile health. The prominent use of wireless sensor networks and miniaturisation of electronics and electric devices on a regular basis has authorized the progress of the wireless body area networks. ... He said these devices were used to provide health monitoring on a continuous basis and real time feedback to users and medical personnel. He also stated that in coming years, patients, specifically elderly people who are more prone to chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes; need not to be hospitalized as they would be able to send their vital signals or information like ECG, glucose level, blood pressure level, temperature wirelessly to the doctor concerned on a continuous basis from anywhere and anytime. Dr. Akashdeep Singh Chandi, Vice Chairman, Global Institute, congratulated him on the achievement and wished him best of luck for the future.

28 September

2021

World Tourism Day Celebrated

Global Group of Institutes celebrated world Tourism Day. The day was celebrated by the department of Hotel Management and Catering Technology and the students and faculty of the department visited Shri Guru Ram Dass International Airport to welcome the tourists arriving in the holy city. The theme of this year’s ‘World To ... urism Day’, ‘ Rethinking Tourism’ was depicted in the colorful rangolis made by the students of HMCT Department. ‘Rethinking Tourism’, aims for rethink on tourism development through education and jobs and for the revival of the tourism industry after the pandemic stalled and restricted all activities throughout the world

31 March

2017

Seminar on role of technical education

The AICTE member secretary, Prof Alok Prakash Mittal, elaborated on forthcoming schemes of different ministries of the government in the field of technical education in the country while delivering keynote address at a seminar on “Role of technical education in shaping new India” at Global Education Institutes here recently. Prof Mittal observed that students had to take up the responsibility of getting the best of new technologies, which were changing ... at the speed to light. They had to work hard and actively to take a lead so that India could emerge as the centre of excellence for new inventions and discoveries, he added. He shared schemes of the AICTE for involvement of students in technical colleges for development of various projects required by different ministries. Earlier, the institute chairman, Dr BS Chandi, and vice-chairman, Dr Akashdeep Singh, welcomed the member secretary on the campus.

12 March

2021

An e Rickshaw that runs with the solar power

Student of Mechanical Engineering Department of Global Group of Institutes have successfully designed and fabricated solar-powered e –rickshaw. The Team led by Jobanpreet Singh ,Ankush kumar, Chetan Kumar, Karandeep Singh, Karamjit Singh, along with their guide Prof. Parminderjit Singh, said the vehicle is aesthetically attractive and aerodynamic ,besides being environment friendly. A major limitation of the existing system is that e –rickshaw s are generally charged during the night only and driver’s daily earnings is restricted by the range. After market research, they concluded that the standard e –rickshaw runs for 50-70 km in a day on completely charged four 110 AH factory fitted batteries. They also noted that it takes around eight hours to recharge the fully depleted batteries by connecting to power source and nearly 6-7 units of electricity are consumed for recharging the batteries, taking the annual consumption to around 2000 units. After initial R&D and extensive mathematical calculations, the students decided to remove the extensive roof of the e –rickshaw and replace it with four customized light weight and e ... fficient solar panels. To incorporate the same, various structural changes were done to the existing frame of e- rickshaw. The solar panels were connected to batteries via solar charge controller, which will manage the power going into the battery bank from the solar array. The cost of the project is Rs 17,800 and same can be recovered in year. Dr. Akashdeep Singh, Vice Chairman, Global Group of Institutes (GGI), while appreciating the efforts of the student and faculty, said the above project will reduce the carbon footprints by 1260 pounds annually per e –rickshaw. He opined that if the same is implemented by all e –rickshaws plying in the holy city, it will not only drastically reduce the dependence on thermally generated electricity but will also help the drivers earn more. Dr MS Saini , Director ,GGI, said the complete working modifications of the vehicle were done within the resources available to them at the High –Performance Automobiles, Center of Excellence of Global Institutes using the 3D AutoCAD Software of CREO 2.0.The design and fabrication was done under the guidance of faculty of Mechanical Engineering .

26 October

2021

FRESHERS PARTY AT GLOBAL GROUP

Fresher ‘ Festival Agaaz – 2021 was organised at the Global Group of Institutes to Welcome the newcomers to the campus. The Seniors Having missed the moment last year because of the Covid Situation made the most of the occasion and enjoyed to their heart’s content during the fun and frolic during the function. Extending a warm and hearty welcome to the newcomers, the seniors went all th ... e way to make them feel at ease with the holding of the extravaganza. The participating students enlivened the occasion with their splendid and lively performances and the enthusiasm of those enjoying the performance brought to the campus a festive feel that was missing last year. The festival was marked by a fashion show and rendition of soulful music ,songs and dance by the students.

27 June

2021

Joint Venture with Foreign Universities: A Panacea in Covid Times

Irrespective of the pandemic upsetting the educational apparatus completely, Dr. Akashdeep Singh, Vice Chairman, Global Educational Institutes is positive of limping back to normalcy once the situation normalises. To catch that situation, his institution is ready to enter into joint ventures with the Foreign Universities through students and faculty exchange programmes. Already the impact of globalization was being felt on the education industry as more and more students were going overseas. So, they prefer admission to those courses that brighten their prospects of going abroad. Beginning from B.tech and MBA Courses with Faculty of 40 and 280 Students in 2008, the educational institution now boasts of 200 teacher and 2000 Students. On how the idea of Setting up an educational institution germinated, he recalled that during the course of doctorate, he had to conduct the surveys of management educational institutions in the state. he found that there was a big ... gap between the perceptions and expectations of students and parents from the institutions. And what was being actually delivered. To eliminate the gap, he decided to introduce the educational Industry. Earlier, he finished B.Tech. in mechanical engineering from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, and did MBA from Guru Nanak Dev University. Later, he taught business management at Punjab College of Teaching Education, Ludhiana, for a year. He is Happy to say that the maiden batch of B.Tech. managed to bag two gold medals, a feat which is still unbroken. Immediately shifting to online mode of education was a challenge which was deftly handled by specifically designed the curriculum accordingly, power point presentations were prepared which were mailed along with class notes and corresponding texts to students for their comprehension in the evening. Besides, a lot of webinars were held in which leading industrialists were invited to encourage students.

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