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CONGRATULATION TO 1 st WINNER OF ROBOZEST 2014 IN IIT BOMBAY
Student of fourth semester attended Robozest 2014 in IIT Bombay. Out of 430 Particepents all over India , won 1 st Price of Rs. 50000/
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CONGRATULATION TO ELECTRICAL STUDENTS FOR SELECTING IN TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD (TCS)
students of Electrical Engineering Department have successfully selected in TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD (TCS)students cleared all the rounds of selection process and finally got selected as ASSISTANT SYSTEM ENGINEER .
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WORKSHOP ON ROBOTICS
GNIET organised an internationally certified workshop on championship on SIXTH SENSE USING MATLAB
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PARENTS TEACHER MEET
GNIET organized Parents Teacher Meet for its B.E First Year students parents & teachers
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INDUSTRY MOTIVATION CAMPAIGN
Guru Nanak Institutions organized a day long “Industry Motivation Campaign″ in association with MSME (Micro Small Medium Enterprise),
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BLOOD DONATION CAMP IN ITS CAMPUS
Guru Nanak Institutions stood for a noble cause and organized a Blood Donation Camp in its campus, in collaboration with Jeevan Jyoti Blood Bank.
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE PROGRAM
Prof. Shyam Shukla, Lamar University, USA visited Guru Nanak Institutions with an aim to interact with the faculty members on various scientific and technological developments.
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MBA STUDENTS TO FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS TRAVANCORE LTD. (FACT)
MBA students to Fertilizers & Chemicals Travancore Ltd. (FACT), Ernakulum (Kochi) and Cochin Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Mr. Raju Thomas (Public Relationship Manager, FACT)
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Guru Nanak Institutions with an aim to enhance the professional and personal skills of its faculty members organized a three day “Faculty Development Program“
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GUEST LECTURE
The session was delivered by Mr. Amar Amte, Engineering Project Manager at Yahoo, California, USA. .
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Workshop on ”Meeting Corporate Challenges”
GNIET, Nagpur organized a day long workshop for its MBA students on ”Meeting Corporate Challenges” recently.
Mr. Sanjay Raghtate, Executive Director, Oxford Speakers Academy, conducted interactive sessions on Personality development, Human Behaviour, interview techniques and corporate challenges.
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EXPERT LECTURE
An Expert lecture by Mr. Mukesh Jangid ,working at ICE Gate Academy and scored 76th position in Indian Engineering Services, was held in the Electronics Department on the topic of “Importance of GATE Exam” for 2nd and 3rd year students on 30/07/2014.

AN EXTEMPORE COMPETITION
An Extempore competition was conducted by department of Electrical Engineering under EXTRA ACTIVITY on various social topics on 01-08-2014. Students had actively participated in the activity.

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
Campus Recruitment Training Program on Aptitude and Soft skills was successfully conducted for Electrical Engineering & Civil Engineering 7th semester students on 1st & 2nd August 2014. The great response of this pre-campus drive event implies the improvement of knowledge and confidence among students.

A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUIZ COMPETITION
A General Knowledge Quiz competition was conducted by department of ElectricalEngineering under EXTRA ACTIVITY for III semester students on 02-08-2014. Total 55 students of III sem B.E were actively participated in the competition.

JAPANESE LANGUAGE SESSION
A Session on Japanese Language was held on Saturday 2nd August 2014 as a part of CSESA activity in the department of Computer Science & Engineering for the students of third semester. All the students attended the session. The students were ecstatic to get introduced to Japanese language. The session proved enthusiastic and fully interactive. A flair for learning the Japanese language was addressed amongst the students.

DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEM SESSION
A Session on Distributed Operating System was held on Saturday 2nd August 2014 for as a part of CSESA activity in the department of Computer Science & Engineering for the students of fifth semester.All the students attended the session. A dynamic response was achieved from the students. The focus of the session was on introduction to operating system, types of Operating System, structure and features of Distributed Operating System. The students were satisfied with the session thus imparting a fruitful response.

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Parents-Teacher Meet

Guru Nanak Institute of Engineering and Technology (GNIET) organized Parents-Teacher Meet for the second semester B.E. students recently. Parents were apprised of their wards performance. Response from the parents was very good. Dr. N.V. Deshpande (Principal, GNIET) ensured the parents that the institute trains their wards to survive in this modern technical competitive era. He also stated that the institute strives hard for the overall development of the students with quality assurance. Prof. Sajid Ali (Second Semester Co-ordinator) informed the parents about the strategy for achieving good academic results and overall growth. He described various scheme applied by the college for the second semester students. He also stated his strategies for the students based upon their competence level. The interactive session between parents and principal was very enthusiastic. Parents also contributed their suggestions and expressed their gratitude towards the college and appreciated all the staff members for their hard work and sincere efforts.

Sardar Navneet Singh Tuli ( CMD,GNI), Mrs. Tanpreet Kaur Tuli(MD, GNI) and Prof. Sanjeev Shrivastava (CEO, GNI) appreciated the efforts taken by the students for achieving excellence in academics and other extra-curricular and Co-curricular activities. Prof.Kirti Dorshetwar anchored the programme and Prof. Milind Deshpande proposed a vote of thanks.