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Graphic Era Joins fit India movement, takes out a grand cycle rally

an important step to take the nation ahead: Trivendra

Dehradun, 2 October: Hundreds of students and teachers of Graphic Era joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s fit India movement by taking out a grand cycle rally on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti today. The rally aimed at spreading awareness about the importance of cleanliness and discarding the use of plastics. After the arrival of the rally in Gandhi Park, Chief Minister, Trivendra Singh Rawat said that this initiative is an important step that will take PM’s fit India movement ahead.       

While addressing students and faculty members of Graphic Era in Gandhi park, the Chief Minister emphasized on the role youth in making this campaign a success. He said that active participation of all citizens is necessary in this movement which aims to make the country plastic free. The Prime Minister’s dream to make India a prosperous and a strong nation and his initiative to accomplish this dream, is an ambitious step to bring about overall development in the country.

Member of Parliament, Mala Rajya Lakshmi joined the rally and congratulated the students and faculty members of Graphic Era for playing an important role in spreading awareness about Prime Minister’s fit India initiative.

While welcoming the Chief Minister, Tehri MP, state higher education minister and Dehradun mayor, Sunil Uniyal Gama, Chairman of Graphic Era Group, Dr. Kamal Ghansala said when teachers join a movement like this, it raises hopes of bringing about a complete change in the society. Dr. Ghanshala was addressing the gathering in Gandhi Park after himself leading the cycle rally throughout from the front.  Dr Ghanshala said that a teacher should lead by the example, because examples are better than precepts. He added that that what teachers do, is followed by their students. Every year a large number of students from Graphic Era get selected in multi-national companies. Such events are necessary to make them understand their social responsibilities and give them practical training of working in teams. Dr. Ghanshala further added that Graphic Era has started the mission of making villages adopted by it, plastic free from today itself.

Earlier, state minister for higher education, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat flagged off this grand rally from Graphic Era at 7 am in the morning.  Thanking the Prime Minster, Chief Minister and the education department, Dr. Rawat said that crores of students in the country have joined the fit India movement. It is all set to become a mass movement in less than a year’s time. The state minister for higher education further congratulated students and teachers of Graphic Era for spreading awareness amongst people through this grand cycle rally. The students also gave messages about the importance of cleanliness, stopping the use of plastics and preventing pollution by performing nukkad nataks.  Students later presented Mahatma Gandhi’s favourite bhajan , “ vaishnav-jan to tene kahiye “ at Gandh Park. The convenor   of Yoga Sansthan, Radhey Shyam Joshi spoke about the importance and relevance of yoga.

While passing through Bell road, post office road, Mazra, Niranjanpur Mandi, Patel Nagar, Saharanpur Chowk, Adhat Bazaar, Paltan Bazar, Dispensary road, Lans down chowk and Parade Ground the cycle rally reached Gandhi Park.  Faculty members were present at various check points to manage the traffic and distribute refreshment to the rally participants. The Chairman of Graphic Era Group Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Ghansala, Vice Chancellor of Graphic Era Hill University, Dr Sanjay Jasola, Dr MP Singh, Dr. Praveen Singh,  Parwati Bhandari, Captain D C Pandey, Abhishek Jain, Charu Negi, Lakshmi Chauhan, Vijay Dhyani, Akhilesh Kumar, Jitendra Chauhan, and various other  teachers and staff members of Graphic Era Group completed a tedious ride of  around 22 kilometers, covering the entire circle from Graphic Era to Gandhi park and again back to Graphic Era on bicycles only.

The Chancellor of Grahic Era Deemed University Dr. R C Joshi,  Vice Chancellor,  Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma, Col. B S Bisht, Dr. Subhash Gupta,  Dr. Ajay Kumar, Dr. Jyoti Chabbra, D S Rawat, Dr. M P Singh, B K Kaul, Aditya Agnihotri were also present in the programme. Devansh Rawat, Harsh  Saom, Asad Sadan, Aryan Panjiyar, Arpit Chauhan, Abhishek Singh, Lalitesh, Udisha and Shreya were the students who actively participated in the rally and extended a helping hand in various activities.


Dehradun , October 4

Tibetan Community felicitated, the president of Graphic Era Group, Prof. (Dr) Kamal Ghanshala for his contribution in social and economic development of the community today .

The General Secretary of Tibetan Nehru memorial Foundation , Ugyen Jigme expressed his gratitude to Dr Ghnashala for his contribution on behalf of entire  community and felicitated him with traditional Tibetan shawl. Jigme also emphasized on contribution and effort put by Graphic Era for the upliftment of the community.

He elicited that Graphic Era  Deemed (to be ) University and Graphic Era Hill University have opened  up the door of new opportunities for the Tibetan people living in clement town area. It has  not only reduced their migration during winter season but also boosted up the employment avenues for them.

Moreover, The Graphic Era  had been instrumental providing good professional education to them  also, which has carved their ways  to big Multinational  Companies. The foreign language courses offered by Graphic Era University are benefiting the students in various ways through making them understand the new languages proficiently.

Several prominent people of Tibetan community and vice chancellor of Graphic Era  Deemed (to be ) University, Prof. (Dr) R.K. Sharma were also presented at the occasion.

Workshop on water conservation and management in Graphic Era

Dehradun 5 oct, Due to cliamate change, Gomukh glacier has depleted approx 1 km. Moreover this has reduced the quantity of snow in the glaciers of the Himalayan region.

So to protect the glaciers we need to focus on water conservation and management.

This was emphasized by Dr Bhaskar R Nikam from Indian Institute of Remote Studies during the one day national workshop on Water conservation and management organised in Graphic Era deemed to be University today. He explained the problem of glacier depletion and reduced water level with the help of maps and said that the effect of climate change is clearly evident on Himalayan glaciers.

Prof Dr R C Joshi, Chancellor, Graphic Era Deemed to be University said that the water crisis can become the cause of thir world war that's why we need to conserve water and have to formulate a proper management to preserve our water sources at fast pace. 

Prof(Dr) Deepak Khare of IIT, Roorkee while putting emphasis on the need of water harvesting for the recharge of soil water. Dr Khare added that the wastage of water can only be restored through creating awareness among  common masses and he explained the process through different models.

Dr. Deepak Kumar of  G.B.Pant Agricultural University said that the upper level underground water is almost exhausted. People are now exploiting water from deep in the earth. Water  level reservoirs contain dangerous elements such as arsenic. Diseases such as congenital degeneration and cancer are spreading due to the use of this ground water.

The seminar was organized by department of civil engineering. Pro vice Chancellor of Graphic era deemed university Dr. H.N.Nagaraja, Dr. L.N.Thakral, scientist, National Institute of Hydrogen, Roorkee, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Mr. Nitin Mishra and students remained present in this seminar.



Dehradun 10th October 2019, Graphic era creates a new record by taking a tremendous leap in placements of its students. In the first week of the campus placement drive held at Graphic Era, 1082 students were selected for the jobs in various renowned National-International companies. President of Graphic Group Prof.(Dr.) Kamal Ghanshala said that last year the highest package scored was 55 lakh and also this year we are on the same track of success.

Graphic Era celebrated the success of achieving 1082 placements in its first week of campus drive. The students expressed their happiness by tapping their feet on the tune of DJ and fire the crackers.

While interacting with media Dr. Ghanshala said that the Graphic Era students due to there study of highly advanced technology and practical approach are able to grab lucrative jobs in leading corporate groups. He added that this is quite evident trough our ever scaling graphs in this regard. Dr. Ghanshala said that around 20 students have grabbed the package of more than 10 lakh PA.  The list includes 6 students with a package of 8 lakh per annum in Infosys, 5 students with the package of  6.8 lakhs  in Cap Gemini and 95 students with the package of  7 lakh in TCS.

During the first drive of campus placement drive of Graphic Era University , 432 students placed in Infosys, 159 in Cognizant, 210 in Tcs, 194 in Cap Gemini,  18 in Nineleaps and 6 in BYJUS including the students B. Tech, BCA , MCA and B S c IT.

Mohit Singh Adhikari , the highest placement scorer with  package of 17 Lkh per annum said that it is just like a dream come true for getting such a wonderful job before completion og my course.

He dedicated his success to conducive learning environment , excellent lab facilities at university and encouragement by Prof (Dr ) Kamal Ghanshala. Dr Ghanshala congratulated the students by cutting the huge cake. The happiness and excitement was clearly evident among students after getting the placement even before the completion of the degree. These placements were done through an online test and interviews conducted by these Multi National Companies. Several more placements will be conducted till the month of June and the placement figure is expected to rise.

The Vice Chancellor of Graphic Era Hill University Prof (Dr) Sanjay Jasola, Director Graphic Era Hill University Dr Ajay Kumar, Registrar Graphic Era Hill University Col, BS Bisht, B. K. Kaul and the entire placement team of Graphic Era Deemed and Graphic Era Hill University were present. The convenor of the programme was M. P Singh .

Graphic Era's student awarded with 1 lakh rupees for innovative app

Graphic era organised a two day IEEE international conference  on Innovative Sustainable Computational Technologies that helps in the sustainable development of human beings. On the second day of the conference,  Jai Prakash Singh a student of BCA, Graphic Era Deemed to be University, developed a machine learning based ap which was awardes with rupees 1 lakh by Tech Guru, Kranthi Lammatha, from International Technological University from America. He addressed the conference online straight away from California.

The key note  speaker of  IEEE conference on Innovative Sustainable Computation Technologies and former scientist from Bhaba Atomic Research Centre,Mumbai, Dr. Gulshan Rehlan  said that  innovative computational technology plays an important role for maintaining accuracy. He informed about the new research on emerging nano technology and motivated the present young researchers to bring new and innovative ideas and contribute to the society and the nation. 

He also informed that with the help of machine learning technologies cyber crime can be prevented.

Specialist from IIT, Roorkee told the various challenges and problems faced by the researchers in the field of edge computing and energy efficiency and motivated them to solve the problems.

On this occasion Vice Chancellor, Graphic Era deemed to be University, Dr. R K Sharma said that for sustainable development new and innovative computational technologies will be helpful in doing research. He also said that the researchers and students should do the research together in order to bring new dimensions in the field of computer science. 

Head of the Computer Science Department, Dr D P Singh  said that this international conference will be helpful for connecting the researchers with the students which will also help the students to do Innovative  research. In this seminar researchers from across the nation presented various research paper.  On this occasion Dr R C Joshi, Chancellor, Graphic Era Deemed to be University, Prof Dr Sanjay Jasola, Graphic Era Hill University, Dr Sachin Sharma, Dr D R Gangodkar, Dr Bhaskar Pant, Dr Santosh Kumar, Dr Ankur Dumka, Ramesh Rawat and others remained present.  


Graphic Era  sends message of anti polythene through slow cycling

Dehradun:  After the successful cycling race  of 22 kilometer of anti polythene use now Graphic Era come up with new initiative. The aims of campaign is to make people aware about anti polythene with the help of slow cycling initiative. There will be many interesting competitions during the 5 days event held at Graphic Era University.   

President of Graphic Era Group, Professor Kamal Ghanshala flagged off the event during the inauguration he said that main aim of the event is make public aware about anti polythene and  healthy living . In this Wheel Deal event all the student from different  department will be participating this event. During the inauguration of the event students of  management and hotel management take part in the slow cycling .

Spokesperson further added that on 15th October students of BTech, on 16th October students of Life Science and BCA , on 17th October Humanitarian students, on the final day of the event all shortlisted participated in will take part in finals and semifinals of slow cycling event .    

Students of Graphic Era (Deemed to be University) shared information about the new technology emerging in the field of Air Conditioning through quiz competition. 

Graphic Era (Deemed to be University) organized a quiz competition named as Hitachi Aquest 1920 with an opportunity with a multinational company Hitachi along with the mechanical department. The special thing about this quiz competition is that, Hitachi will offer placements to the winners of the last phase of this quiz series.This quiz was organized with an aim of making the students of mechanical and automobile engineering of graphic era deemed university aware of the new Hutch VAC technique of air conditioning. Dr. Punit Gupta, Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering said that new air-conditioning technology is being developed in the market. In such a situation, the knowledge of heating, ventilation and air conditioning for sustainable development and clean air for our students will open new dimensions to their career and success. Through this quiz, there are also possibilities of getting placements for the students by the Hitachi company. Seven teams are taking part in this quiz, each team has two representatives. The grand finale of the quiz will be organized by Acrex in Delhi and the winning students will be called for Hitachi company placement. This quiz was organized under the graphic era ishrae Student Chapter to promote knowledge and participation of students of mechanical and automobile engineering about HVAC technology. The first winner of this stage was bagged by Kushagra Sharma and Umang Singh Gusain , student of  Department of Automobile Engineering of Graphic Era Deemed University. Ashish and Manthan Verma from Roorkee were runners up in this quiz.

Academic audit of UK rating agency, QS I-GUAGE

Only Graphic Era University gets diamond category in the country

Dehradun, 21 October: Graphic Era has brought laurels to Uttarakhand again. In the prestigious QS I- GAUGE ranking, Graphic Era Deemed University has been awarded diamond category. With this, Graphic Era has become the only university in the country to have got diamond category this year. Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ and CEO of QS, Ashwin Fernandes awarded certificate of this highest ranking category to President of Graphic Era Education Group, Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Ghanshala.

Appreciating Dr. Kamal Ghanshala’s contribution in the field of technical and higher education, Human Resource and Development minister, Dr. Nishank mentioned about the former’s struggle during the Uttar Pradesh days and the journey till setting up two universities. Dr. Nishank expressed his happiness for an Uttarakhand university reaching the top ranking.

During QS India summit, held in Goa, QS I-GAUGE, the top rating agency, which assesses universities and colleges across the country, announced its ranking and awarded diamond category to Graphic Era Deemed University.  Along with this rating and ranking, which is awarded for being the best in overall category, Graphic Era, based on its spectacular placements, has also been given diamond category for employability, teaching & learning, facilities and for entrepreneurship. Ashwin Fernandes, CEO, QS, said that the rating is based on a thorough academic audit of an institution on 50 major parameters based on national and international standards. This diamond rating has been awarded for the next three years.

On the occasion of Graphic Era Deemed University being awarded diamond category, President, Graphic Era Group, Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Ghanshala said that getting annual package of Rs 55 lakh in B.Tech and diamond category has been possible because the state-of-the laboratories, which are in-tune with the latest technologies being used in the industry, training professional while keeping in mind the future needs of the industry and because of world-class faculties.

It may be noted that no other university from any other state in the country could reach the diamond category for the year 2019-22. Earlier, country’s largest government agency for assessment and accreditation of educational institutes, NAAC had accredited Graphic Era Deemed University with A grade. This university has been placed highest in Uttarakhand after IIT Roorkee, in the central government’s list top universities in engineering category.

Recently, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated a student of Graphic Era for inventing the world’s smallest and cheapest ECG machine, the university, which holds a distinct position amongst educationists and scientists in the world, began a major initiative to encourage more and more youth to become job providers rather than job seekers. Graphic Era has set up an incubation centre with the help of the central government’s ministry of science and technology. The incubation centre, better known as TBI, has gifted the world several startups like powerful drones, cheaper than those made in China and the world’s smallest ECG machine. Vice Chancellor, Graphic Era Deemed University, Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma was also present on the occasion.

Dehradun, 22 October: President, Graphic Era Group, Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Ghanshala received a grand welcome on his arrival to Dehradun following Graphic Era Deemed University being awarded diamond category in the prestigious QS I-GAUGE ranking. Hundreds of students and teachers had reached Jolly Grant airport to welcome Dr. Ghanshala.  

Graphic Era stated celebrating when the news about the university getting diamond category reached the campus. The celebration continued till late in the evening. Meanwhile on hearing about Dr. Ghanshala’s return to the city, hundreds of students, teachers and staff members reached Jolly Grant airport.  Dr Ghanshala was presented floral bouquets and sweets were distributed to celebrate the occasion. 

Dehradun 23rd October, Graphic era organised a workshop on Intellectual Property law. The Workshop was organised by the Graphic era students were informed about the various laws related to patents and entrepreneurship.

Mr. Dhruv narayan taimani from Sansad Private Limited was the resource person of this workshop, informed students about the patent laws in India and other aspects of filling a patents. Hundreds of students from various department participated in this workshop.

The workshop was followed by a Brain-storming session on Innovative patent ideas. The organising secretary of the workshop informed the students about the patent ideas and selected nine patent ideas during the brain storming session and soon started with their own patent rights. Chancellor of Graphic era deemed university Prof Dr. R.C.Sharma along with Pro-Vice chancellor Prof. Dr. H.N.Nagaraja , Registrar Mr. Ajinder Nath and Workshop Convenor Dr. Naveen Kumar along with the students were also present in the workshop.

Speaking on the occasion of Graphic Era's 25th annual Festival of Grafest, Professor Dr Kamal Ghanshala, Chairman Graphic Era Group, announced that the modern and spacious hospital is going to start by Graphic Era Group and will start functioning by May 2020.

Q-ESI Gauge, a UK based company gave the Diamond category to Graphic Era and Dr. Kamal Ghanshala gave the credit to every member of the Graphic Era Group.

Dr. Ghanshala said that today the students of Graphic Era are working on the coarse package in reputed companies of India and abroad which is our great strength. Graphic Era has also started distance learning courses in BCA, MCA, MBA and BSC.IT. 

The first Grafest in 1994 was held in the same premises of Graphic Era University and students get opportunity to show their talent. On the second day of 'Grafest 2019' classical dance, beat boxing, bhangra and comedy mesmerized the audience. Student of Graphic Era University, Prince, thrilled the audience with his unique style of beat beat boxing whereas Divyanshi, a student of political science blew the mind with her kathak performance. 

Along with this, the students of Graphic Era University and  Graphic Era Hill University set up many stalls of delicacies such as Momos, chhole bhature, dosa, choclate sandwich which made the people to stand in the long queue. 

Vice Chancellor of Graphic Era Deemed University Professor Dr. R.C. Joshi, Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. H.N.Nagaraja and Registrar Graphic era deemed university Mr. Ajinder Nath inaugurated Grafest 2019.

In the 25th annual cultural fest of Graphic Era Deemed University, Btech won the overall championship trophy by winning the best in cultural competitions.

The championship trophy was presented by Prof. Dr. Kamal Ghanshala, Chairman, Graphic Era deemed university, at the award ceremony last evening. Dr. Ghanshala also gave cash prizes to the participants who performed best in the cultural fest. The 3-day cultural festival was accompanied by traditional dance, classical dance, bollywood songs, fusion dance and open mic. Students of various courses of the university participated in this cultural fest and gave a demonstration of their talent which was evaluated by special jury members. Shaurya Vikram student of BBA stood in second place, Srijana Rana student of Bcom stood in third place and Ashutosh of Btech stood first in solo singing competition which won the hearts of the audience with their melodious whereas in Solo Dance competition Aditya Rawat of Btech, Nandini Goyal of BBA and Sneha of BCA got first, second and third place. Ayush of BSC IT was the first to tickle the audience with the stand up comedy of the Open Mic program, while Aayush Rohilla and Pratyaksh got second and third place with their mind blowing comedy act. "Raika" team, who spread their flavour of dance with Rajasthani folk bagged first position, "Bhangra Beats" stood in second place and "Favorite 5" of BCA got third place in Group Dance competition. Strummers from BCA bagged the title of The Best band while Muskan Semwal student of BBA, Dhankar of Biotech and Vaibhav from Btech declared to be the Best Anchor. The main attaraction was the Fashion Show presented by the students of MBA, Graphic Era Deemed to be University.

Prof. R.K.Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Graphic Era Deemed University, distributed the prize to the students. One of the highlights of the  program on the last day of this cultural festival was Sand Art, which featured Akash Gupta student of graphic era who mesmerized the audience by creating an enchanting image of Chairman, Graphic Era Deemed University Prof. Dr. Kamal Ghanshala. Paras Arora, alumnus of Graphic Era University currently working at Amazon USA, came to the event and shared his experience  with the students and also thanked Prof. Dr. Kamal Ghanshala to guiding and motivating the students in a right path to success. The program was attended by renowned dignitaries of Graphic era university with large number of audience along with the teacher and student fraternity who participated in this cultural program.