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Students during Festival of spring at Global Institutes in Amritsar on February 14, 2015
Students during Festival of spring at Global Institutes in Amritsar on February 14, 2015

Amritsar, February 14, 2015 (News Team): While higher learning studies leaves little time for sport, Global Institutes went a step further and invigorated their students with traditional sports at the Institute campus celebrating ‘Bahar Utsav’ or Festival of Spring. The Festival is inaugurated by Chairman of Global Institutes, Dr. B.S. Chandi.

As many as 21 teams of the Institute fought in a ‘Tug of war’ (Rope pulling sport), Pitcher breaking, kite flying with folk songs, merriment and traditional dances of ‘gidda’ and ‘Bhangra’ on the beat of the Dhol. It was interesting to see students make a pyramid, displaying their skills at balance and expertise to break the pitcher that hung above with 12 participating teams cheering their teammates.

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Scholars interacting with agriculture department students during their visit at Global Institutes in Amritsar on February 6, 2015
Scholars interacting with agriculture department students during their visit at Global Institutes in Amritsar on February 6, 2015

Amritsar, February 6, 2015 (Black Studio): “It was interesting to know that while Punjab the ‘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,” remarked two Swedish agriculture research scholars during a visit to Global Institutes today. Jenni Nordenslejo”ld and Lousie Valentin in an interaction with BSc agriculture students of the institute learned about how the “Food chain in India rolls from farmer to consumer.”

Jenny, Lousie both are from Swedish University of Agricultural Science. Jenny is an Agronomist in Food Science with a Post Graduate Degree is a ‘Quality Assurance expert with Mc Donald’ in Sweden, while Lousie is working as Researcher with ‘Federation of Swedish Farmers’, Sweden were on a tour funded by Scholarship Scheme of the Swedish Govt.

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Quadcopter
Quadcopter

Amritsar, January 23, 2015 (Online News India): In a fascinating show, students of Electronics and Communication Department of Global Institutes Amritsar, demonstrated the antics of a “Quad-Copter” to mark the Republic Day celebrations in the institute. Similar to the contraption displayed in film “3-Idiots” the copter was designed by students Vaibhav Singh, Talwinder Singh, Varun Kumar, Rishabh Singh, Pankaj Kumar of 4th year, under the guidance of Er. Harmandeep Singh Sangha Assistant Professor, ECE department.

Flagged off by Chairman of the Institute Dr Baldev S Channi along with the vice chairman and Dr Akashdeep, the demonstration for nearly 400 students of the Institute with the indigenously created device was thrilling even as it looked like a toy but had the remarkable feat of lifting up about 1.5 Kg weight.