Amity University Madhya Pradesh Celebrates its Fourth Raising Day

Amity University Madhya Pradesh Celebrates its

Fourth Raising Day on 19 September 2014

19th Sept 2014 was celebrated with gaiety and fervor as the fourth Raising Day at Amity University Madhya Pradesh. The celebrations began with the felicitation of Additional President RBEF and Hon’ble Chancellor Amity University Rajasthan, Mr Aseem Chauhan who had kindly agreed to be the Chief Guest, sparing his valuable time and  travelled down from Delhi for the occasion. The celebration started with Saraswati Vandana, which was followed by lighting of the lamp by Mr Aseem Chauhan, Lt Gen V K Sharma AVSM (Retd), Hon’ble Vice Chancellor AUMP, Prof (Dr) S P Singh, Vice President Academics, Amity University, and Prof (Dr) R S Tomar, Dean Academics. After this the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor presented the Annual Report of the University. He traced the growth of the University which had started with just one block and 150 students to its present strength of over 1140 students with two academic blocks, two hostel blocks, and another academic block under construction. He also spoke of the successful placements at AUMP. After the VC’s address, a short film made by ASCO, showcasing various activities of the University during Academic Year2013-14 was shown. This was followed by the address of Mr Aseem Chauhan. Mr Chauhan familiarized the students with the genesis of Amity as a concept and with the vision of Dr Ashok K Chauhan our beloved Founder President. He also shared with the students his success mantra BHAAG, wherein B stands for Behavior,H for Hard work, A for attitude, A again for Ambition, and G for God. After his address, Mr Chauhan and Lt Gen Sharma gave away the Academic Excellence Awards for the session 2013-14. The anniversary issue of our journal “The Amitian” was also released on this occasion. Towards the end the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Amity University M.P. Lt Gen V K Sharma AVSM (Retd) presented mementos to Mr Aseem Chauhan and to Prof (Dr) S P Singh. The morning ended with the Vote of Thanks proposed by Prof (Dr) R S Tomar. This was followed by Lunch with all HOIs/HODs.

The programme was streamed live from the Auditorium Block ‘B’ to Seminar Hall, Block ‘A’, so maximum students of AUMP could be a part of the proceedings. Later, Mr Aseem Chauhan also addressed the senior students (V and VII semester students) in the auditorium.

Mr Aseem Chauhan also held a press conference and spoke to the media. He said that we intend starting a school, adjacent to the University at Gwalior.

Mr Aseem Chauhan also inaugurated the new ASCO studio in the Academic Block ‘B’ and later, interacted with the students. The Vice Chancellor accompanied Mr Aseem Chauhan on his campus visit and showed him ‘B’ Block including the Library, Moot Court, Cafeteria, Hostel Blocks as well as the Academic Block ‘C’ which is under construction.

Mr Aseem Chauhan also addressed all the faculty members and interacted with all HOIs/HODs and senior functionaries of AUMP. He also advised the faculty on CCSM i.e. Competence, Commitment and Self Motivation as the driving force to achieve academic as well as all round excellence.

Industrial Visit to Hero Motocorp Ltd. Dharuhera

Purpose of Visit: The visit was intended to help students understand various aspects of manufacturing namely manufacturing operations and assembly lines by providing shop floor experience and interaction with the Engineers, supervisors and operators of Hero Motocorp Ltd. The shop floor experience also enriched the knowledge of the students about industrial safety and various safety practices.

The students were briefed about the various manufacturing operations taking place inside the company from the raw material to the complete manufacturing of the products like casting, welding, machining, painting etc. The students were very enthusiastic to see the full assembly of the bike in front of their eyes. Hero Motocorp is using JIT as a quality improvement technique and students have seen this as their practical experience. The students were also briefed about the job opportunities for graduate engineers within Hero Motocorp. After completion of the visit, lunch was provided within and by the company.


Ø  Developing better understanding amongst the students of the manufacturing Processes and assembly of products.

Ø  Understanding CNC Machines working and production rates.

Ø  Sequencing of operations on assembly lines leading to a higher production rate.

Ø  Use of quality improvement techniques.

Participation: A total of 38students (33 MAE + 5 AE) joined the visit and gained experience and industrial exposure.

In 2001, the company achieved the coveted position of being the largest two-wheeler manufacturing company in India and also, the 'World No.1' two-wheeler company in terms of unit volume sales in a calendar year. Hero MotoCorp Ltd. continues to maintain this position till date. Hero MotoCorp two wheelers are manufactured across 4 globally benchmarked manufacturing facilities. Two of these are based at Gurgaon and Dharuhera which are located in the state of Haryana in northern India. The third and the latest manufacturing plant is based at Haridwar, in the hill state of Uttrakhand.



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