University established through Act no. 47 of 2013 in Karnataka State and approved by UGC, Govt. of India
University established through Act no. 47 of 2013 in Karnataka State and approved by UGC, Govt. of India
"Media Studies Skill Show" As part of the Skill development initiative of Garden City University, students are provided with an opportunity to showcase their special discipline Skills to prepare them to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, ...
leading to enhancing the quality of the academic programme offered at GCU and better recognition of graduates of GCU. Skill development is important in education because it prepares students for the demands of the workforce, enhances their social and emotional well-being, and helps them become more well-rounded individuals.
Curated Media specific skills by the students of the School of Media Studies, Department of Media Studies, under the guidance of the faculty members, was displayed in the Media Skill Show conducted on 31st May 2023 in the GCU Auditorium from 1.30 PM to 4.00 PM. Mr Monu. N. C, Assistant Professor, Centre for Media Praxis evaluator for the skill show.
Students of II UG and II PG of the School of Media Studies showcased skills which are specific to the media industry. Abhishek, student from II UG showcased how an artist can use technology to create content through the skill of Digital Art, Ambika and Suruchi from II PG showcased the art of Foley in which they showed how music for animated movies are created by using simple household items and also showed us how the process of Dubbing happens. In today’s world every business requires a website to run its show, but being a layman, many might not the basics of website designing but Shreelakshmi from II UG showed the audience how AI helps us in creating a website in just 10 mins. Maaidha, Navami, Kuntala, Prashanth and Balaji showed the crowd how AI is facilitating in the data collection activity like Videography and Photography. Students of the department showcased 11 such skills which are very much trending in the field of Media.
Skill show was coordinated by faculties Mr Kaushik P Kanchan & Ms. Kiran Sharma under the guidance of Ms. Anuroopa. D, Head of the Department, School of Media Studies Read More
"Engineering - Skill Show, A Skill development activity" Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam School of Engineering conducted a Skill show on 29th May 2023 from 11am to 1pm in Auditorium. The Show started with a preface of Technical/Engineering Skills and their impact of acquiring and enhancing.... All the students of II Semester/B.Tech were assembled in the auditorium and the near about thirty one participants started to demonstrate their skills one by one. Seventeen Skills such as Smart Home Automation, Game Development, Smoke Detection System, Smart Garden using IOT, Website Hacking, Finding Google Keywords, Simulation of Electrical Theorems, Launching Websites, Rectifier Design using Multisim Tool, ChatGPT, Implementation of HTTP and Virtual Lab were demonstrated by students as Presentations with implementations. Dr. Anuroopa, Head of the Department, Media graced her presence in the assessment of Skills demonstrated by the Students. The participants along with all the students and the Faculty of Engineering made it as a Big Show. Read More
"Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs in Management" A webinar was hosted on the topic “Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs in Management” to spread awareness among the external students, faculty and industry persons regarding women entrepreneurs... and their start-ups and financial support schemes available from GOI. The webinar focused on selected 15 Women Entrepreneurs who have initiated start-ups and reached epitome of success in the areas of Health care, Education, Travel and tourism, Technology communication, and New product innovation. The webinar was hosted using Microsoft Teams platform at 3pm on 29th May,2023. Read More
"USR Activity-Trending Innovations in Management" A curated webinar was organised on 29 May 2023 on the topic “Trending Innovations in Business Management” to spread awareness among students, faculty from other institutions and industry persons. ...
The webinar focused on select 20 trending innovations in the area of technology, communication, business model, business platform, and product innovation.
The was discussion on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, and Extended Reality applications in today’s business. Examples of business model were also discussed such as Airbnb, Netflix, and Areto shoes. Few important innovations were Near Field Communication, UPI, ONDC, and Metaverse.
The webinar was hosted using Microsoft Teams platform at 10:00 am and it went up to 11:15am. There were 34 participants who attended the program and provided their feedback using a google form. The participants were given e-certificates for attending the webinar on this occasion. Read More
"Language Skill Show" The School of the Indian and Foreign Languages conducted a Skill Show on 26th of May Friday. The event witnessed 13 participants from both UG as well as PG programmes of the SIFL department. The event featured various soft skills that are mandatory to learn in the modern world....
The motive was to encourage students to showcase their skillset along with the presentations on the importance of learning them. The department including faculty members and students put in efforts and it witnessed many marvellous skills. The speakers presented exceptionally well and made it a success.
Ms. Chayan Hirani started off with her presentation throwing light on a very sensitive language skill, the psycholinguistic skills. She spoke about the four basic skills - listening, reading, speaking and writing and how psycholinguistics helps to understand the difficulties and extrinsic challenges. Moreover, the presentation helped to gain insights on the topic.
This was followed by Ms. Diksha Prasad's presentation, which had a deep impact on the audience, as she threw light on ‘Nurturing Life using Soft Skills’. The tagline was “ Soft skills do not replace hard work".
Mr. Arpan Rana focused on linguistics and pointed out that language encompasses us but it's up to us to embrace it. He focussed on a similarity between language and inspiration and how inspiration is the only path to our life. "Be assertive, be successful" by Ms. June Ghosh was a topic which was praiseworthy. "To live a stress-free life, it is really important to be assertive, and by conquering the inner demons one should make his/her self-esteem high and confident”.
Mr. Mahesh Loni presented an important speech on effective communication and learning by quoting Sir Jean Paul Sartre.
"The Art of Poetry is the uttermost layer of creativity " - Miss Manasi Inamdar had a great way to explain the above line and with her words and her creativity she aced the presentation by saying poetry is a major part of literature and it benefits us to present our emotions uniquely and rhythmically.
Ms. Chera Sanga spoke about the importance of bilingual knowledge of language as she focussed on the doorway to wisdom. Mr Govind Madhav highlighted the importance of teamwork and how effective it becomes in a group when all the individuals struggle to work.
"Leadership - A combination of strategy and character’ was the thought that Ms. Piuli Sarkar conveyed. She emphasized the importance of a leader and how effective communication, and listening are interrelated.
Ms. Nanma Matthews gave a brief yet accurate description of Language Acquisition and how it enables people to articulate things, ideas, and attitudes in an intelligible form and to transmit the results of other people.
Ms. Rahelle Manoj on the other hand went to a literal contradictory view and spoke about world literature and literary criticism and portrayed the advantages of studying literature and understanding it in a critical way.
Ms. Keerthi Reddy spoke about language disorder difficulty through speech, writing, and gesture.
The show ended with the words of Miss Ramya D, who shared a very important lesson about time management and a few tips on how to go about with the same.
The event was conducted under the guidance of Prof. Reshma Binu Prasad in the presence of the HoD Dr. Neetu Raina, the evaluator Prof. Sanchaiyata and other faculty members, Dr. Suguna, Prof. Sanghmitra, Prof. Meera and Prof. Farooq. Read More
"Computer Science - Skill Show, A Skill development activity" Curated CS & IT specific skills by the students of the school of Computational Sciences and Information Technology, Department of Computer Science, under the guidance of the faculty members, was displayed in the Computer Science Skill Show conducted on 26 May 2023...
in the GCU Auditorium from 1.30 PM to 4.00 PM. Dr. Baby Niviya Feston, HOD, Department of Management Studies was the chief guest and evaluator for the skill show.
Students of various programmes in the Department of Computer Science participated in 15 different events. The event started with the welcome speech of K Mercy Shyamala. A centralised app that allows students to connect and a room allotment app which significantly reduces the clashes between schedules was introduced by S Jai Selvash and Aanch Sharma. Shaping the future of humanity using AI was well presented by J.Meghana. Chatbox using sockets programming was demonstrated by Gokul Patcha and Mahesh. A glimpse of AI and ML in the human life was enacted by Preetham and his team. Attendance using python face detection which captured everyone attraction was introduced and demonstrated in live by Madhava, Jayanth. A quiz was conducted for the audience on the concept of identifying the language and it was hosted by Harsh Maheshwari.
Scan the network and showing vulnerabilities, and how the system gets hacked was exhibited by Prashanth B T, Ankit Tiwari. A role play on misuses of technology was done by Sahil V Namsekar and team. Well defined information about DOS attack was effectively presented by Affan Syed. Consequences of online betting was an excellent acting by Bhavika Chandnani and team which was enacted as a mime. Everything to know about a computer and technology up to date was well explained by N Maheen Fathima. How social media impact on young teenagers was well performed as a skit by Rashmi.R. and team. A new era of digital world: blockchain was an effective presentation by Afros Rezaur Rahman. Interesting and informative facts about C programming language was shared by Damini. The entire event was hosted confidently by Bojamma and Malavika. The background technical support was given by Jeevan and team. The event ended with the vote of thanks of Aanch Sharma. Skill show was coordinated by faculites Dr. P. Ramila Rajaleximi & Ms. Swetha C. V along with student coordinators Kamal Chauhan & Gunti Jayachandra under the guidance of Ms. Reeja Jose Pavanathil, HOD, Department of Computer Science. Read More
"Life Sciences Skill Show"The students from Dept of Life Sciences, School of Life Sciences, GCU were divided for the task and asked to create several experiments for which they would develop the methodology and intriguing details....
Students had to organize the experiments, think creatively, work in teams, and display discipline-specific abilities.
This event promotes innovative thinking and effective planning. In addition to highlighting the innovative ways that future skill demands are being met, this event investigated the skills needed for a vibrant life sciences sector.
These abilities aid kids in developing their social, emotional, and cognitive abilities since they serve as the foundation for a dynamic citizen who can successfully navigate problems in the future. Read More
"Forensic Science Skill Show" The Department of Forensic Science organized the “Forensic Science Skill Show” as a part of the Skill development initiative of Garden City University providing an opportunity for the students to showcase Forensic Science-specific skills ... so that students can develop their confidence in presenting the skills on a public platform. In addition to the confidence gained, the Skill show can act as a creative outlet for students to be innovate and accurately describe their knowledge in the field of Forensic Science to an audience. Thus the main aim of the skill show was to be a driving force to motivate students to take up the skill as a career forward. Read More
"Commerce Skill Show"GCU have organised the commerce skill show under skill development program where students were given an opportunity to showcase their skillset in front of students, faculties and domain experts.... The Idea behind these kinds of programs is to articulate the knowledge and skills within students. It enables students to think and gain proficiency in their respective domain. The overall objective was to make students brainstorm about their skill set, make them understand about the importance of enhancing their skill sets, obtain the working Knowledge and appreciate the skill set and take it forward as career. Read More
"11th International Conference and Literature Festival" The School of Indian and Foreign Languages, Department of English, Garden City University hosted the 11th International Conference and Literature Festival on “Power, Memory, Time and Culture: The Paradigm Shift in Literature and Linguistics”... and Y20 India Talk Series by PM-YUVA Authors on 18th-19th May 2023. A host of national and international delegates shared their knowledge with the students of GCU on various topics pertaining to the conference. The conference and literature festival witnessed a special interactive session by Mr Jason Jakson, Councillor, London Islington Council who spoke on the Role of language in developing positive mental health, moderated by Mr Christo Joseph, FRSA, Director Strategy and Planning, Garden City University . The conference was a platform for national and international academicians, students, research scholars who presented their research papers on various sub-themes of the conference. Day 2 of the 11th International Conference and Literature Festival saw numerous panel discussions on topics like, “Plot, Characterisation and World Building in Historical Fiction”, “Publishing Fiction- getting your foot in the door” and “Adaptations of Literature on OTT” by PM-YUVA authors. Other eminent delegates who were part of the conference and literature festival were Dr Eugene O’Brien, Associate Professor and HoD English Language and Literature, University of Limerick, Ireland, Dr Ruben Quesada, Faculty, MFA Program in Creative Writing, Antioch University, Los Angeles and the UCLA Extension Writer’s Programme, Mr Scott Hastie, British Poet and Writer, Author of Pranic Poetry to name a few. Both the days were exciting for students as they not only interacted with renowned authors but had the opportunity to get author signed copies of their favourite writers. Read More
"Hands-on training on Solid Waste Management, different types of Composting and sustainable living"Awareness program on solid waste management, different types of composting and sustainable living. II semester MSc., Biotechnology students (35) and 1 faculty member accompanied them.... Purpose: Hands-on training and experiential learning on different types of composting which is a part of their modular session. The visit helped the students to understand the recent technology used in different ways of composting to build a community garden. The visit also gave an insight on sustainable living. Read More
"GCU Alumni Europe Chapter Inaugurated in London by Chancellor Dr. Joseph V. G." On April 22, 2023, the Garden City University (GCU) Alumni Europe Chapter was officially launched in London by Honourable Chancellor of the University, Dr. Joseph V. G. The event was attended by numerous alumni from London and parts of Europe....
The inauguration began with Dr. Joseph V G addressing the gathering, where he spoke about how his life’s focus was the students of Garden City Group of Institutions and shared his experiences throughout his journey. Following his speech, the alumni present at the event shared their thoughts about their time as students and how their experiences at GCU influenced their lives.
During the meet and greet session, the GCU Alumni Europe Chapter Logo was unveiled by the alumni members present at the event. The unveiling of the GCU Alumni Europe Chapter Logo added to the excitement of the event, further strengthening the alumni's connection with the university.
The meeting then proceeded with a meal and a networking session where the alumni caught up with each other's lives and shared memories of their campus days. The event also served as an excellent platform for professional networking, with many alumni offering support and assistance to each other's endeavors.
The inauguration of the GCU Alumni Europe Chapter in London was a significant event intended to bring together alumni from different parts of Europe. It served as an opportunity for alumni to reconnect with each other and their alma mater, building a solid community of GCU graduates in Europe. Read More
"Dense Afforestation at Garden City University (New Campus, Hosakote)"The State Bank of India (SBI), under its CSR activity, in association with Hands on CSR NGO - that’s Eco Foundation, on Tuesday donated Rs. 48 lakh to Garden City University, Bengaluru, for plantation of 32,000 tree sapling....
A project to plant 32000 saplings (A mini-Forest) has been launched by Hands on CSR NGO - that’s Eco Foundation in collaboration with Garden City University and SBI. The project manager from Hands on CSR discussed the dense afforestation they have planned for the forest's overall expansion. The university students who had gathered were informed about the project's execution, the sort of plantation they had chosen for the general growth, and its future perspectives.
The event's goal was to inform the crowd about the value of trees in our lives and how they will be beneficial for the coming generations. This is a modest step in the direction of improving the atmosphere.
The crowd was made aware of how to slow down global warming and reduce the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) concentration in the Atmosphere and introduce more oxygen (O2), introducing the term dense afforestation which is beneficial for nature in lowering the temperature, making the soil nutritious, and supporting the wildlife area.
According to a SBI release, the MoU was signed between SBI, Garden City University and NGO that’s Eco Foundation for the above project.
The event was graced by Vice Chancellor of Garden City University Prof. G R Naik, CEO Lt. Gen. Ramesh Halgali, Dr. Lakshmikanth H. M., Vice President, Garden City Foundation and CGM of SBI, Nand Kishore and others. Read More
"GCU CONF-2023" An international conference on ICE – Innovation, Clinical reasoning and Evidence Based Practice was held on 14th & 15th March 2023 organized by the School of Health Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy, Garden City University, Bangalore.... GCU CONF-2023, the international conference of Physiotherapy aimed to bring together eminent physiotherapists, academicians, scientists, researchers, and research scholars of international repute. The preconference workshops were held on the topics- Exploring fundamentals in ICU, Shoulder MRI interpretation and Clinical reasoning and Research methods and Biostatistics for successful publication in Scopus/pub web/WoS and indexed journals. The total number of participants for the pre-conference workshops were 193 and on the 2nd day the conference had 241 participants who enthusiastically participated. The information delivered in the plenary session will be published in the form of a whitepaper, research papers received for the conference will be published in the ISSN Edited Book. The event had presentations delivered by researchers from the international community, including presentations from keynote speakers. This conference was beneficial to students and professionals who learnt current advancements from the best in the field. At the same time, this event also helped academicians pool their knowledge, skills, and resources to equip them with ideas and expertise for innovation. GCUCONF2023 bring accolades to Garden City University which projects us as a leading institution with excellence in physiotherapy. Read More
"Rethinking & Reviving" The School of Commerce and Management, Garden City University, Bangalore, organised an international conference on 13-14 March 2023 in collaboration with CINEC, Malabe, Sri Lanka, a MoU partner Institute for higher studies. ...
The conference was based on the theme “Rethinking & Reviving”. The focus area of the conference was “Rethinking Commerce, Management, and Tourism- Post-Covid New Normal”.
The aim of the conference was to provide a platform for the students, researchers and academicians to share and discuss their experiences and research outputs in areas of Commerce, Business and Tourism. The conference was successful in attracting international Keynote speakers, panel members (From Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India), 83 paper presentation registrations from India and Sri Lanka.
The conference was addressed by the chief guest Dr. Kalpana Gopalan, Additional secretory, Karnataka Government and the keynote speaker Prof. (Dr.) Lalith Edirisinghe, Dean, Faculty of Management and Social Science, CINEC Campus, Sri Lanka. The two-day conference offered platform for sharing research output and presentations in seven technical session and three panel discussion. Best paper presentation was announced in each technical session. The selected article will be published in the department journal COMAPASS. Read More
Gardenia 2K23 Garden City University hosted ‘Gardenia-2K23 – Metavasi then2now, the Biggest Youth Festival of India from 9th to 11th March 2023. The theme for Gardenia- Metavasi then2now represents today’s youth, the youth of the Metaverse who live and breathe technology,...
who mix and match the physical space around you with their virtual world. 25 unique events themed on Virtual Reality, AI and latest technologies like VR CSI, Journey to the End of the World, Quizeeta, Metagroovers, Electric Heels to name a few were the main attractions of the fest. More than 160 unique institutions registered for competing in the events and more than 1500 students took part in these events which were spread over three days.
The evenings of all the three days were made special by in-house cultural programmes by the Gardenians like group dance, solo dance, band performances, instrumentals, and many more . On 9th March Indian Army Band, Pioneer Corps performed a special concert. On 10th March Bangalore based, India’s first Sufi Band A-Square Project performed contemporary songs in various languages which ensured that the crowd was mesmerized with music.
The Grand finale of Gardenia 2K23 was kickstarted with announcement of winners for all the 25 events who won trophies and cash prizes. The prizes were awarded to them by Dr Joseph V G, Chancellor Garden City University. The grand finale evening was made even grandeur by internationally acclaimed violinist and music composer, Grammy Award Winner Mr Manoj George’s performance. The audience went gaga over the exuberant performance by Mr Manoj George as they started counting days for Gardenia 2k24! Read More
"13th International Women’s Day Celebration 2023" Garden City University celebrated the 13 th International Women’s Day on 9 th March 2023, focussing on the theme “DigitALL: Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality”. ...
There was a row of Pre IWD events lined up from each department – Fireless cooking, celebrating women’s achievements, and reinforcing the commitment to name a few. These events started from 15th February 2023 and ended on 01 st March 2023. The focus of these events was to encourage the girl students and female faculty members to break the gender bias Each department showcased their events in the respective field of expertise and witnessed a good number of participants.
On International Women’s Day Celebration, 10 female leaders from various disciplines were invited after the scrutiny from the nominations. They were honoured by our Chancellor, His excellency Dr. Joseph V. G Garden City University and Honorary Consul of the Republic of Maldives in Bangalore. As a mark of respect there was a display of band performance by The Royal Pioneer Corps. The Department of Hospitality Management organized a high tea for esteemed awardees with their guests. The event celebrated the role of women in all walks of life. Read More
Biorujivith 2023 Department of Life Sciences, Garden City University in association with Karnataka State Bioenergy Development Board has organized Two Days International Conference Biorujivith 2023...
with a theme APPROACHES TOWARDS AFFORDABLE CLEAN ENERGY, GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING from 02 – 03 March, 2023
The Conference included sessions by 6 renowned keynote speakers, 108 paper presentations, 118 poster and 10 technical sessions related to the themes and sub themes. 272 Participants from 9 states and three different countries were benefited from the scientific gathering
The conference was inaugurated by Mr. H Hemanth Kumar, Executive Secretary, Karnataka State Council for science and technology, Prof G R Naik Vice chancellor, Garden City University and Mr Christo Joseph Director Strategy and Planning Garden City University
Prof. N B Ramachandra Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences, , Dr. Arnab Banarjee, Dr. Hemanth Dhamne were also part of the conference.
Two young entrepreneurs shared their journey of their entrepreneurship and their innovations to contribute towards sustainability goals. Read More
One-day Wine Knowledge and Tasting Workshop The Department of Hospitality Management and Catering Technology conducted a one-day Wine Knowledge and Tasting Workshop in association with Sula Winery, Bangalore on 20-02-2023 at GCU Auditorium.... Sula is India’s leading wine company, spearheading the charge of Indian wine across the world. Ms. Kaniga Negi, Senior Manager, Tastings, conducted a hands on session with Red wine, White wine, Rose wine from the winery. She explained the grape cultivation method and types of grape varieties used to make the world’s best wines. The session also had a detailed discussion on wine vinification process. The most interesting part of the session was the wine tasting with identification of different flavor notes along with bouquet of each wine. Read More
Academic Lectures on Biosciences and Psychology Dr. Deena Gibbons, Dr. Sanjukta Deb, and Dr. Clemens Kiecker from King's College London each gave a series of lectures on the topics of immunology, tissue engineering, and neuroscience research. ... The lectures were designed to provide the class a greater understanding of the topics described above and how King's College London is addressing them. The event's goal was to better familiarise the class with the topics and teaching methods employed at King's College London. Students were meant to learn about the various facets of immunology, neurology, and medicine in general during the discussion. The event of academic lectures on biosciences and psychology highlighted different approaches and techniques used by researchers at King's College London. Following are some of the outcomes of the event: 1. Regenerative medicine research. 2. Disilvio Laboratories. 3. Neonates and Sars Cov 2. 4. Neuropsychiatric disorders. 5. Using nature to study nature - the brainbow Mouse. Read More
Pre-Budget Symposium Pre-budget Symposium was conducted in the school of commerce and management to stir up awareness of the budget among the students. The session focused on expectations with startups, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and citizens in general, and found some interesting facts and thoughts.... The session was conducted in the form of a panel discussion. Panel members were Dr. Sudhakar (Dean RIC, GCU), Dr. Sumit Dr. Swetha, Mr. Abhishek ( Asst Prof Media Studies, GCU)& Dr. Joseph Fernadaz( Asst Prof, Life Science Dept, GCU) Moderator for the program was Mr. Subhra Pratim Bhattacharjee. The main purpose of this event was to instigate proper management of the finances of any business firm as without control and over expenditures, planning is futile, and if there is no planning business objectives are indeed intricate to achieve. Outcome: Students became aware of the budget-related facts Read More
Namma Desha Utsav- Debate Competition As part of the Namma Desha Utsav 2023, an intra-university Debate Competition was conducted by GCU. 27 teams, comprising of two members each (54 total students) from different departments, ... both UG and PG levels participated in the competition. The competition was conducted in English language. Knock-out round resulted in 4 teams being selected for Semi-finals and two teams qualified for Finals. Team Gen Z from the Department of Hospitality Management and Catering Technologies won the competition. Mr Vikram Sridhar, renowned Theatre Personality and Storyteller, organiser of Bangalore Literature Fest was the judge for the event. For many students it was their first time experience of public speaking in the form of debate and facing their fear as well. Out of 54 students, 21 students have shown interest in future debate competitions and to be trained in Public Speaking. Thus, Club 'Take-de-bait' will emphasise on enriching the above mentioned skills for interested students. Read More
A quiz competition was conducted on the current trends of Computer Science and Information Technology for UG students (BCAR and BSDC) of the Computer Science department. The motive of this event was to conduct a fun and effective way to ensure that students actively participate ... in a real-time online quiz competition that can be used to test whether they stay updated about current trends in Computer Science. Students started using the new app Quizizz with real-time experience of scores, and a live leader board. It was a fun learning session through which they got to know recent trends, new gadgets, innovations and updates in the field of computer science. Read More
Event management (Open elective) Curriculum based event Dept of management offers open elective subject as event management the students from other departments who choose this subject were asked to select any event of their choice and make a list of requirements for the same event later a group discussion was done to find the missing requirements and included.... In the final stage, the students were asked to contact any 1 event management company of their choice and get a quote and check whether their checklist matched the company list. The students learnt partially how these organisations worked and finally discussion was done on the same topic wise. The purpose of the event was to make then understand the complete functioning of the event management organisations practically. This presentation and group discussion went extremely interactive and they were able to understand the topic with much ease. Read More
Research convention in relation to Anveshan context Dept of management in collaboration with IQAC, GCU, initiated Business Proposal Presentation for students of 1st Semester, MBAR , under Research convention in relation to Anveshan. ... Students were divided into group of 5 and were asked to put up any business plan following the procedure and protocols mentioned by Anveshan.14 groups presented their business proposals which depicted wonderful ideas revolving around innovative ideas about D-Farming, Foster Education, women hygiene, water purification, utilization of waste plastics, organic food etc to mention a few . Purpose: The purpose of the event was to initiate the spirit of new product development and novel idea generation, which would engender new solutions and approaches to solving a variety of problems and would be beneficial to the society at large and also generate profits as well. 8. Outcome: The event came to an end wherein 3 best proposals were selected which can be taken forward to the University level and can be implemented and actualized in the later part. 9.Program coordinator- Dr.Baby Niviya Feston, Dr.Sudhagar,Dr.Anand Rao, Ms Hemalatha,Sreoshi Dasgupta. Read More
LRC Club- Speaker's Corner Write up-LRC Club- Speaker's Corner kickstarted today with Mr Faiz who spoke on the idea of Speaker's Club and how students can take up the mic and speak on relevant topics like education... industry, sports, good-will events and many more. All speakers will get 1 minute to speak and a slot will be given to them. Topics will be prior approved. Purpose: The initiative is to give students a platform to voice their thoughts infront of a larger audience. Read More
Yoga for all Venue: Hotel City Centre Residency, Bangalore. A yoga session was conducted to the 15 guest students and 2 faculty members from UCJC Spain. Purpose: to understand the true ... purpose of Yoga and to make it an everyday practice. Read More
Stock Market Analysis It is designed to strengthen students' critical thinking skills and build confidence and self-esteem. Most importantly, the stock market game will instill an understanding of the need to save and invest at an early age.... Outcome: The Stock Market Game will help to do better in life. When you participate in The Stock Market Game, you are in a real-world situation where you practice the content and skills you’re taught in math, English Language Arts, economics, social studies, and other subjects. Most importantly, The Stock Market Game will help you develop positive money habits and prepare you for your future. Read More
Federal Bank- Speak For India, Karnataka Edition 2022, National Level Debate Competition Four students of the School of Indian and Foreign Languages participated in the District Level of Federal Bank- Speak For India, Karnataka Edition 2022,... National Level Debate Competition. 180 participants just from Bengaluru Urban were part of the event. Participation in such events enhances the logical reasoning, speaking, listening and language fluency skills of a student. Read More
National Start-up day National Start-up Day was an eye opener for the I UG BCMH & BCAF students. The session was initiated with the introduction of start-ups by faculty and the students... shared the experience of their family business. Students also expressed their wish to set-up a start-up, to fill the market gap by rendering a unique service to the society and which in turn will contribute to the economic development of the country. Purpose: Imbibing on the effects and contribution of Start-ups in National Economy and Employment/Empowerment Opportunities, and also to encourage the students to initiate the start-up activity and to develop presentation and communication skills. Read More
National Youth Day 2023 National youth Day 2023 was celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. The students of department presented poster on “The Role of Youth in Nation Building “.... And students have given oral presentation on different strategies can be adapted make India as Better nation for everyone to live happily and sustainably. To imbibe the Role and Responsibility of Youth in India and how they can contribute in building Modern India. Outcome of the program: Students have actively participated and discussed among themselves about few problems and proposed some solutions to solve them. 8. Faculty coordinator : Dr Anand Read More
Condolence meeting held in the memory of Prof V B Coutinho. The staff and students at Garden City University are deeply grieved by the sad demise of Prof V B Coutinho on 31-Dec 2022. Prof. V B Coutinho was the first Vice-Chancellor of Garden City University...
and was also the former Vice-Chancellor of Gulbarga University. Born on 15-Dec-1943 he dedicated his life completely in the field of education.
A condolence meeting was observed in memory of the departed soul on 2nd Jan 2023 at Garden City University. The Registrar, and the other staff members were present in the meeting. A few words of remembrance were shared by the Registrar and the Controller of Examinations.
Prof. V B Coutinho will always be loved and remembered by the fraternity at Garden City University. May he Rest in Peace. Read More
A poster presentation was conducted on the topic "Gender Equity" for the students of computer science department. The purpose of the event was to make an awareness on gender Equity among students.... Students expressed their opinions and suggestions in the form of posters. Total 40+ students participated and expressed their opinions through posters. Read More
"Orientation Programme on ACCA Course Structure and Examination" The ACCA Course structure and assessments were explained to the 22 Batch B.Com(Hons) in International Accounting and Finance (BCAF) students. The students were given the necessary information from the Operation Support Associate...
Ms. Nithya from ISDC. Also explained how to register, use the LMS, and take the examination.
Purpose : To enable students with thorough understanding of course structure and examination pattern.
utcome: The students were updated on the ACCA course structure, its credentials, and the requirements needed to become certified. Read More
MoU Signing Ceremony between Garden City University and Bangalore Bioinnovation Centre Read More
"Internship Drive by Valenta AI Pvt Ltd., " Students from the V semester of UG and the III Semester of PG attended the Internship/Placement Drive by Valenta AI Pvt Ltd., It was in continuation with the training programme conducted for last 3 months....
Purpose : To facilitate V Sem UG & III PG students with Internship.
Outcome: A group discussion and aptitude tests were given to the students. Then, selected students had to go through a personal interview. The students experienced the real-time interview process. Results are awaited. Read More
"Debate on pain management - electro therapy versus non electro therapy" There are many Electro therapy and Non electro therapy techniques for pain management. Evidence based practice is important for a physiotherapist. This debate will help students to have an evidence based clinical practice.... Purpose - Evidence based Application of treatment modalities Read More
"Rainy Day: Through My Lens" Students from The School of Indian and Foreign Languages participated in an event where they had to click pictures from their perspectives of Rainy Day. As we know that Literature is an imitation of life and thus camera imitates ...
life in the best of the ways. It was an enrichment event for the students
Purpose: The purpose of the event was to enhance interdisciplinary skills in students
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International Study Programme and Tour at Sorbonne Business School, Paris Garden City University students and staff are part of an International Study Programme and Tour at Sorbonne Business School, Paris from 4th December to 10th December 2022.... Day 1 of the tour included an exclusive lecture by Sorbonne Business School faculty, on "Branding and its Impact" Students understood the essence of branding in the digital world. As part of the programme, students visited the Mont Blanc store in Paris to understand luxury brand management. A visit to the Bercy village in the suburbs of Paris gave them an understanding of Parisian culture and living. It was followed by an evening trip to the Eiffel Tower. Students and staff were guided inside the Eiffel Tower and were taken on top of the tower to enjoy the majestic view of the city of Paris. The evening turned grand as the students had an opportunity to dine in one of Paris's finest restaurants with Mr. Christo Joseph, FRSA, Director- Strategy and Planning, GCU . Read More
"Industrial Visit to KSNDMC" The School of Computational Sciences and IT, Department of Computer Science organized an industrial visit to KSNDMC â€“ Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Centre was arranged to III Semester BSDC and III semester MSIT programme students on 29 November 2022. ...
KSNDMC is pioneered in monitoring various disasters like drought, flood and earthquake. KSNMDC is a common platform for various response players in the area of natural disaster management. The centre provides real-time weather-related information, forecasts, early warning and advisories for management of natural disasters in the state. KSNDMC harnesses the power of ICT, including installation of various sensors to monitor natural hazards and provide scientific input for preparedness and management of disasters. In order to ensure high response times during natural disasters and proactively prepare its customers for them, KSNDMC automate its weather data collection methods and use database technology that supported quick analysis and generated reports and maps on time. The data collected will be shared with the different agencies, government and public of the state which will help in alerting them about disasters. KSNDMC had installed over 6,000 Telemetric Rain Gauges (TRGs) and more than 750 Telemetric Weather Stations (TWSs) to transmit data every 15 minutes (24x7x365).
Dr. Shivakumara Naiklal H S who is working as a scientific officer briefed about how KSNDMC disseminates information. They also demonstrated how automatic weather monitoring stations are installed, how data is captured and converted to information to monitor the wind speed, direction and temperature and used for weather forecasting. Information was also given on the applications like SIDILU, MEGHA SANDESH and VARUNA MITRA which uses the captured data, process and forecasts the same. This visit served as a bridge to build gap between theoretical understanding of sensor data analysis in deep learning with practical exposure. Students got an insight on how different disasters will be monitored and managed using various technologies. 43 students were taken for the visit accompanied by Ms.Reeja Jose and Ms.Swetha C V. Read More
Grand Parade - A noble salutation to the parents of GardeniansGarden City University celebrated the yearly PG Grand Parade to honor the parents of the achievers from various disciplines of the current... final year students on 25th November 2022 at the Garden City University Campus. The event was organized to celebrate the hard work put in by the students as well as the efforts of parents for being the backbone of their wards and for guiding them, towards the path of success. As a part of the event, a flag drill was conducted as a symbol of character, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook and to maintain the spirit of adventure amongst the budding youths of Garden City University. As customary to the tradition of the Grand Parade, 12 parents were felicitated in a colorful ceremony for their role in the success of their ward by VC & CEO. The gathering was addressed by Lt. General Ramesh Halgali, CEO, Garden City University and the vote of thanks was delivered by Prof. G.R. Naik, Vice Chancellor, Garden City University. Read More
Social outreach program - "Child safety and Mental Health awareness" camp School of Social sciences, Department of Psychology organized a social outreach program, on the theme of "Child safety and mental Health", ... as a part of an extension activity and Novel Initiative by GCU. The program was coordinated by Dr. Madhu Malleshappa and Ms. Somdatta. with III sem BSc. Psychology students. the program aims to provide awareness about the Good touch and Bad touch among Doddabanahalli, Govt Higher primary school children and same how to develop good social interaction for healthy social relationships among the High school children. Read More
"PORTFOLIO FASHION SHOW" Students of final year UG and PG will come up with a Portfolio collection. Each student will design and develop 5 outfits as one collection. All together we had 30 collections. In total 155 outfits were showcased at this event....
Fashion Folio is a highly intensive fashion program where students produce a portfolio to apply to undergraduate and postgraduate studies, employment or personal development. This course will push students in understanding fashion and challenge the ideas of how to design garments. Students work and find inspiration in new and unexpected areas.
Fashion Folio is a full-time course with both directed and independent study. Students will be provided with one-to-one sessions on a weekly basis â€“ helping them to identify their strengths and weaknesses and gain resilience to overcome limitations. Read More
"Bengaluru Tech Summit 2022" Asia's most prestigious and sought-after technology summit was organized in Bangalore palace from 16 Nov 2022 - 18 Nov 2022. This platform was set to offer another enriching confluence of pioneering companies, ...
bright minds, and cutting-edge technologies in IT, Biotechnology, start-ups and other future-defining spaces. This summit was all set to benefit the various stakeholders associated with the respective domains - industry leaders, technocrats, young innovators, investors, R&D professionals, academia, and policymakers.
To visit this tech summit and get exposure about the technologies and start - ups, the Department of Computer science took 51 students from III MSIT and V BCAR on 18 November,2022 along with 2 faculty members. Students visited many stalls like Artpark, Tata Tele Business Services, Ss Group, Atil, Vappr Tech, Savli Technology & Business Incubator, Infosys, Zoho, Tessolve, Aerogo, Tare Zammen Par, Aviansys, Ispagro Robotics, Nifty Hms, Arkision Ai, Refill Bot, Trst-01, Artpark, Nstl. They came to know about the services, opportunities and applications the companies are offering and specialized. This helped the students in bridging the gap between curriculum and industry. They also got an opportunity to interact with experts. Read More
"CREAM AWARDS 2022" "Appreciation is best motivation" - Garden City University has an inherited tradition of recognizing, ... appreciating and celebrating the achievements of the final year graduating students of all the UG & PG Programs by conferring awards named CREAM of GCU & PRIDE of GCU under the banner of CREAM Awards. Read More
"Group Discussion on "Will AI be able to make moral judgements?" Department of computer science organised group discussion on the topic â€œWill AI be able to make moral judgements?" for I MSIT students on 16/11/ 2022....
Around 22 students participated in the discussion. The theme of the topic is even though AI meant for taking right decisions it is miserably failed to take right decision where ethical, moral and other human considerations are involved.so in this context students have been asked to give their opinion on the integrity of AI systems with respect to moral judgement students curiously participated and they have expressed their views on the topic in the Group discussion.
During the discussion students focused on moral issues with AI, How AI is used in decision making, limitations of AI, improvements on AI, Dependency on AI. Read More
"Industrial Visit - FANUC INDIA Ltd."
The School of Computational Sciences and IT, Department of Computer Science organized an industrial visit to Fanuc India Ltd. on 12 August 2022... The Students of MSIT Programme were a part of the industrial visit. FANUC India Ltd is a pioneer in Computer Numeric Control technology since 1956. They specialize on four major areas-Factory Automation, Robots, Robo Machines and IOT.
Mr. Muthukrishnan Started the session with a detailed presentation on their products and services. He discussed the contributions that can be made by computer science studentsâ€™ in the field of factory Automation and robotics. Moreover, the students could watch a live demonstration of the functioning of futuristically designed state -of- the-art equipment in the facility.
Students and faculty members could learn about well automated production and assembly lines, the application of computerized integrated manufacturing, computer aided quality control, computer controlled and self-automated robots.
The industrial visit helped us in understanding the various aspects of production and the operation of a company. It could best be deduced that the intelligent systems are expanding across the globe. Therefore, it was a great approach to expose the students to this company so that they would gain experience and knowledge about the usage and application of artificial intelligence and other technological innovations in the real world. Read More
Group Discussion on "Pros And Cons Of Using Mobile Wireless Devices In Cyber Crimes"The Department of Computer science organised a group discussion on Pros and Cons of Using Mobile wireless devices for III BSDC students on 10/11/ 2022... Around 18 students participated in the discussion. It was an interactive session where students discussed the advantages of mobile phones and also disadvantages of the same. There was also a discussion about the precautionary measures like not to access public Networks, do not unnecessarily give permission for apps to access your data that can lead to cyber-attacks and other measures that can be taken to avoid cyber-attacks that can happen through wireless devices and prevent any sort of loss that can occur. Read More
CREAM AWARDS 2022 (Best Coder) If you are aspiring to be an ideal coder, then this is possible only by showcasing all your programming skills, right? The best way to do this is through coding competitions....
Whether it be coding competitions or programming competitions these contests offer students or enthusiasts to measure their capabilities and compete with programmers worldwide. Coding and programming competitions include hackathons too, which are the best ways to improve your productivity.
As a part of GCU CREAM AWARDS 2022, School of Computational Sciences & IT, Department of Computer Science organized "Best Coder" event for final year UG & PG students of all departments on 09/11/2022 at 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM. Ms. Kavitha Suresh Kumar, Senior Technical Architect, Kyndryl and Ms. Abhinaya G, Software engineer, Kaseya were invited as External Judges for this event. This competition had two rounds. First round was debugging in C language. 21 students participated in the first round. 9 students were selected for the second round. Second round was a Coding round in which a program question was given to the students. They have to code in any standard programming language like C/ C++/Java/ Python. Students were analyzed on the basis of their speed in coding, programming logic and formatting. Read More
The workshop on "Film-Making" by Mr. H. R. Srikanth, Director, Edison Film Academy on 8th & 9th November 2022 conducted by the director gave insights on importance of film making ... and the pros and cons of the way a film has to be shot. They also demonstrated the clear shooting with all the setup of film making. The students were explained about the angles and studio setup and how to guide the actors when making a film. The workshop also provided highlights on the career opportunities in the film industry. Read More
"Garden City University Organizes Session on Combating Climate Change" Garden City University organised an informative session on the topic "Combating Climate Change" at the main auditorium in the Garden City University Campus, Bengaluru on Friday...
The session was led by renowned bureaucrat and environmental activist Shri Harsha Vardhan Umre, IRS who provided a unique perspective to understanding our collective role in dealing with climate change and its consequences.
Mr Christo Joseph, FRSA - Director Strategy and Planning, Garden City University introduced the chief guest and spoke about the importance of discussions related to climate change in university spaces as the coming generations will face the consequences of actions taken today. He also emphasised on the need for increased efforts in education on the topic of climate change and introduced the honourable speaker to the audience.
The chief guest, Shri Harsha Vardhan Umre, Commissioner Customs and Indirect Tax, Govt. of India and Founder of Ahimsa Human Rights and Earth Rights NGO, addressed the gathering about the importance of sustainability and alternative perspectives towards fighting climate change. He started the discussion by interacting with the audience and raising a very thought provoking question, â€œDear students how are you today? Are you all feeling fine? Now, if you had to ask the same question to Mother Earth, could you say Mother Earth is fine today?â€ Taking this discussion forward, Shri Harsh Vardhan reiterated to the students the need to take collective action at the local level to start making conscious choices when using plastic and other items that are dangerous to the environment and exploring alternate solutions such as glass bottles instead of plastic and bamboo toothbrushes instead of plastic ones. Shri. Harsh Vardhan also mentioned the positive green environment of Garden City University and appreciated the vision of the Honourable Chancellor of Garden City University Dr Joseph VG in building a beautiful green campus for the students to study. Adding to this, he saluted the participation of the students of Garden City University in the 1 million tree plantation drive that he initiated through Ahimsa on 5th June 2022.
CEO of Garden City University Lieutenant General Ramesh Halgali proposed the vote of thanks and spoke about the commitment GCU has in the conservation of the environment and educating the future generations with values of sustainability. In addition, he also stated that a Think Tank on Climate Change and Sustainability will be constituted at Garden City University and eminent voices from the arena of environmental activism such as Shri Harsh Vardan will act as enablers and chairs to address key issues.
The event was also graced by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. G. R. Naik, Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. Vandana Hegde, Mr Arun Sivag, Founder of GlobalKulture, Registrar of Garden City University Dr. Sibi Shaji, and Controller of Examinations Dr. Sheeja Rajesh, along with the faculty members and students of the School of Sciences at Garden City University.
Garden City University (GCU) has been providing quality higher education in the fields of science and management for more than three decades, in Bangalore, India. The university offers industry-centric programs across various disciplines that have attracted students from every state of India and 81 countries through these years. Garden City University, with its vision towards the progress of higher education through international collaboration and holistic development of educational spaces, is proud to engage with industry leaders and academic experts to create a platform for comprehensive discussion and integrated learning.
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"Garden City University in association with Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports jointly organizes Run for Unity on National Unity Day"
Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, Government of Karnataka and Garden City University Bengaluru jointly organizes Run for Unity on the 147th birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel, 31st October 2022... Commemorating the values of Sardar Vallabhai Patel on the occasion of his 147th birth anniversary, Garden City University joined hands with the Government of Karnataka in the â€˜Run for Unityâ€™ programme organised by the Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, conducted as part of the National Unity Day celebrations held under the aegis of AKAM and week-long â€˜Ekta Saptahâ€™ programme from 25th to 31st October 2022.
The Government of India observes the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel as the â€˜Rashtriya Ekta Diwasâ€™ (National Unity Day) on 31st October every year to foster and reinforce our dedication to preserve and strengthen the unity, integrity and security of the nation. Sardar Vallabhai Patel not only played a leading role in Indiaâ€™s freedom but also made unparalleled contributions to the merger of princely states and jagirs of various princely estates into the Union of India. The Run for Unity honours his contributions and aims to strengthen the feeling of patriotism and national unity among the public, especially the youth of our country.
The Bangalore event of the Run for Unity commenced from the Kanteerava Stadium at 8:00 in the morning and finished at the Vidhana Soudha. The event, which was graced by the presence of Mr. M. N. Nataraj, State Director, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, Mr. Anil Kumar M, Deputy Director, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, and Mr. Christo Joseph, Director of Strategy and Planning, Garden City University, saw participation from the young volunteers (students) of Garden City University who were informed of the importance of Sardar Patel in our nation building process and his values along with the need to celebrate National Unity Day. A national unity pledge was delivered in 3 languages (Kannada, English & Hindi) by the participants which invoked the values of unity as per the vision and actions of Sardar Vallabhai Patel.
Garden City University (GCU) has been providing quality higher education in the fields of science and management for more than three decades, in Bangalore, India. The university offers industry-centric programs across various disciplines that have attracted students from every state of India and 81 countries through these years. Garden City University, with its vision towards the progress of higher education through international collaboration and holistic development of educational spaces, is proud to engage the youth of our country in understanding the values upon which our societal foundations are built, such as unity, integrity and security of our nation. Read More
"18th International Education Show- 19th â€“ 22nd October 2022 Sharjah, UAE" Garden City University participated in the 18th International Education Show which was held from 19th â€“ 22nd October 2022 at Sharjah Expo Centre, UAE....
The Pro-Vice Chancellor, Dr Vandana Hedge and Co-ordinator School of Indian and Foreign Languages, Ms Sanchaiyata Majumdar represented GCU at the international expo gala for four days.
More than 50 world renowned universities and educational institutions showcased their programmes at the expo. Dr Joseph V. G. the Chancellor of Garden City University addressed young students at the global forum on Need for Quality Education. The expo witnessed an enthusiastic young crowd from over 300 schools in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi. The students took part in various counselling sessions by GCU which included understanding their areas of interest, their placement expectations and many more. Their eagerness to study at GCU knew no bound, when students from 10th and 11th standard registered themselves for future admissions!
GCU being the centre of cultural conglomeration for students from 81 countries for last three decades was the obvious favourite of NRI students and UAE nationals. The strength of GCUâ€™s global presence was felt during the Fellowship Evening at Dubai where GCU Alumni Association Middle East Chapter was unveiled by the Chancellor in the presence of hundreds of GCU Alumni based in UAE. Read More
"Garden City University Alumni Association Middle East Chapter" The inauguration of the Middle East Chapter of the GCU Alumni Association at Dubai was an occasion to reminisce the achievements...
of the student populace who have graduated from the Garden City Group of Institutions. The alumni representation were from the 1998 batch to the very recent 2019 batch.
In the wake of a better networking that could enable and assist alumni across the Middle East, this alumni chapter assumes the focal point. The office bearers chosen to carry the mantle are -
Dr. Varinder Singh Rana â€“ President
Mrs Kavitha Rani â€“ Vice President
Mr. Manas. Vijay â€“ General Secretary
Mr. Shijith â€“ Executive Secretary
Chef Ajay â€“ Treasurer
"Garden City University celebrates World Students Day" On the occasion of the 91st Birth Anniversary of Late Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, Garden City University hosted World Students Day Celebration on 15th October 2022 at the GCU Campus....
The programme focused on celebrating the immense contribution of the â€˜Missile Man of Indiaâ€™ towards enriching the society. On the joyous occasion Garden City University released two books which were authored by Dr D P Sudhagar and Ms Shalu Singh, faculty members of the University.
Speaking on the occasion, the Vice Chancellor of Garden City University, Prof. Dr G R Naik, spoke on the importance of celebrating Late Dr A P J Abdul Kalam and his works as he dedicated his life and work towards the betterment of the youth of the nation.
Prof. Rajshekhar Patil, Dean of the APJ Abdul Kalam School of Engineering at Garden City University stressed on discipline and dedication as the keys to success while speaking of the late President of India. Read More
"Chocopedia - Kaffe Gardenia" BHM organized for chocolate workshop named chocopedia under the Kaffe ... Gardenia where it displayed varieties of chocolate, doughnuts and processing of chocolate for cocoa pod. Read More
"Campus Placement by Taj Group of Hotels" BHM organized for campus placements with the Taj group of hotels on 14th October... for Operation Trainee and Management Trainee positions, with 3 of them being selected. Read More
"Career development session for BHM students by Marriott" BHM organized for a career development session by Marriott â€“ â€˜Grow with Marriottâ€™ on 14th October... for BHM students which gave an insight on the career scope in hospitality. Read More
"High Tea for Top 100 Freshers" BHM organized for a high tea for the top 100 fresherâ€™s on 10th of October with an extensive menu of snacks and beverages like Sliders and Fries,... Crudites with dip, Spring rolls, Victoria pudding and mocktail Read More
"Japanese Diplomat at GCU" Deputy Consul at the Japanese consulate , Bangalore Mr. Maruo Katsumasa was received on the campus by CEO General Halegali...
and Director Strategy & Planning Christo Joseph . Mr.Maruo Katsumasa was honoured with the traditional Karnataka peta and silk shawl designed by the fashion design department of the university
Interacting with the core team of the university , Mr.Katsumasa praised the university for its green ambience . He spoke about the Japanese food festival to be held in Bangalore. He talked about the possibilities of collaboration and employment opportunities for our students in japan.
The student representative from japan at garden city university was also present in the meeting with the deputy consul along with the Department Heads of Hotel Management ,Tourism and Physiotherapy. Read More
“The Industrial Visit to Innovative Academy” International Film Festival was scheduled on 7th October 2022 to introduce students to film festival ... and its importance. This visit enabled the students to understand film as service medium and not as a commodity of just entertainment Read More
"The Art of Photography" The workshop on "The Art of Photography" by Mr. Sayed Vaseem Akram, Technical Assistant, Media Department, GCU, Bangalore on 3rd October 2022... helped students to gain awareness in importance of photography, types, and its appreciation. The workshop also helped students to gain practical exposure in gaining experiential learning on different aspects on photography and the ways photographs must be taken with different angles. Read More
"Gandhi Jayanthi Celebrations" The celebrations of Gandhi Jayanthi at Garden City University commenced with paying homage to the father of the nation...
Respects were paid to the former Prime Minister of India Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri as well.
Speaking on the occasion, General Halagali, CEO of Garden City University expressed the relevance of Gandhism in today's scenario. Harshini, an undergraduate student sang Bapu's favourite Vaishnava janato enthralling the audience.
Prof. Naik, Vice Chancellor proposed the vote of thanks. Read More
“Freshathon - 2022” - Freshathon a run. for better well-being The annual Freshathon hosted by Garden City University witnessed huge participation as the 2022...
edition was a great success with students of Garden City University and participants from outside running the 3 km and 6 km course. The main aim behind this event is to promote overall well-being as the theme for this year's Freshathon is 'Run for your health'. Read More
Garden City University organized the much anticipated annual Freshathon 2022 with the theme 'Run for your Health' on 24th of September 2022. Participants turned up in large numbers ...
as the whole event started in the early hours of the day with registration from 5.00 am onwards as spot registration was also opened to the runners who turned up ready to tackle the 3 km as well as 6 km course. The event witnessed registration from students outside Garden City University as well. Before the start of the run, a lively Zumba session was conducted by the students of the Department of Physiotherapy to warm up the participants.
The 6 km leg of Freshathon was flagged off first from the main gate of the Garden City University Campus at 6:30 am by Honourable Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. G R Naik, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Vandana Hegde and CEO of Garden City University Lt. Gen. Ramesh Halgali. Likewise the 3 km run was flagged off at 6:45 am. Ten separate aid stations were set up at various locations along both the routes. First aid and refreshments were provided at each station as well as car and ambulance facilities for emergency purposes along the path.
The winner of the 6 km event was Vishal from the Department of Forensic Science who completed the course with a time of 27:21 minutes and Syed Aslam from the Department of Commerce claimed the top prize in the 3 km run finishing with a time of 13:24 minutes. The top 10 finishers were awarded with medals in both the categories. The students and faculty of the Department of Physiotherapy monitored the runners at the finish, after which refreshments were provided to all the participants at food court. Read More
"Fresherism 2022" - Fresherism 2022 is the welcome fortnight lined up between 12-29 September 2022 to ignite the minds of the freshers as they enter Garden City University....
The flag of Fresherism 2022 â€˜Metavasi then2nowâ€™ was unveiled on 12th September in a curtain raising ceremony which involved dance performances and other cultural activities by the senior students. Read More
Psychology Skills Show -The School of Social Sciences, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University,...
organized the Psychology Skills Show on 12th September 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include observation skill, Maslowâ€™s hierarchy theory, cognitive emotional regulation, johari window, trauma therapy, maze learning, prisonerâ€™s dilemma, emotional baggage, people pleasing attitude, mindfulness and yoga, achievement motivation technique, consumer behaviour, stroop effect, habit interference and schutle table
Overall, the Skill show was beneficial and knowledgeable to all the participants, along with fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
Language Skills Show - The School of Indian and Foreign Languages, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University, ...
organized Language Skills Show on 9th September 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include fields of skills, pay your bills, translation; an echo, kindle your thoughts by, imagination: a powerful tool, weave your view, poetry and expression, living sparks of story narration, good reviews brighten films, a story in a sentence and slogan on point.
Overall, the Skill show was beneficial and knowledgeable to all the participants, along with fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
First Step Towards the walk-of-life Freshers had a gala time on day 1 at the university campus with interactive sessions, culture, and extra-curricular activities. ...
First-hand experiences of a campus make students more informative . Students from across the nation participated in the event.
Students had a glimpse of the course and the university at the end of the day. Read More
Ahimsa Founder Shri. Harsha Vardhan Umre at Garden City University - Harsha Vardhan Umre Founder Ahimsa called on Chancellor Dr. Joseph V. G at the Indiranagar office. As part of Ahimsa, he has been involved in reforestation projects. ...
He was instrumental in organising the earth day march for the rights of the earth on the occasion of World Earth Day, conducted in Bangalore in association with the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Government of India.
Harsha Vardhan Umre is a decorated IRS officer who is currently Commissioner of GST & Customs in Bangalore. Read More
"World Physiotherapy Day 2022" Theme - Osteoarthritis Our Undergradute and postgraduate students along with a team of professors reached to the public in various locations at Bangalore and explained the importance of Physiotherapy and its benefits for the quality of life. ...
At the campus, students organised Model Presentations. A lot of efforts went behind in making the models self explanatory.
Physiotherapy and its importance in day to day lives were demonstrated using various talk shows across the campus. Read More
GCU STUDENT ACCULTURATION PROGRAMME 2022 GCU Student Acculturation Programme (GSAP) is the signature event of Garden City University that aims to provide a smooth transition from School to University. Students from over 83 Nations are part of the student community of Garden City University....
Understanding the geographical location, culture, lifestyle, customs, dining habits, values, and languages of the students across 81 Nations is vital for students and the members of Garden City University to bring Unity in Diversity. In addition, through the acculturation Programme, Students understood the learning Culture of Garden City University and align themselves to fit into the culture. A thorough awareness of academic programmes, faculty members, facilities, and services provided was covered as part of the acculturation programme from 5th September -7th September 2022.
At GCU - Everything Matters.
Hence, beyond academics and assessments, activities and engagements such as EOL (Emphasis on Life) Simulation and Orientation, detailed Career Opportunities presentations, Skill Development Opportunities discussions, Focus Employers and Brands awareness, NCC, NSS, Sports, and Clubs at GCU- Experience Show, Information Technology Orientation, Current Student's Experience Sharing, NEP-based Education and Examinations Orientation, Garden City University Entrepreneurship Studio, Career Mapping, Opportunity to Research, Innovate and Succeed, Inter-disciplinary Collaborations Networking, Learning Optimization Presentations, and Insights on Industry Institute Partnership were included as part of the Acculturation programme.
The Acculturation Programme ensured More Activities â€“ More Networking - More Collaborations- More Fun. Overall, the GASP was Transformation Journey from School to University. Read More
Teachers day was celebrated by GCU on 5th Sept 2022 with all glory All the teaching fraternity of GCU family were welcomed, appreciated and respected for their hard work and relentless effort in bringing up the future generation by giving them a big salute and providing them the guard of honour. The Vice Chancellor, representing the teaching family, received the guard of honour. ...
This was followed by a formal event in the Auditorium with a couple of cultural dance performances. Ms. Sreoshi, Student of BAEH gave a speech about the values taught by the teaching community to the students. The Registrar, spoke about how important it is for teachers to upskill themselves to be acquainted along with the growth of the technology and be part of the change to facilitate the youth of today. Lt. Gen. Halgali, the CEO gave a detailed presentation about the responsibilities of a teacher, and the mind map of the road ahead â€“ the future of the University.
â€œBring fun to online teachingâ€ a book by Mr. Christo Joseph, Director â€“ Strategy and Planning was released, followed by the release of â€œGCU Elanâ€ the GCU Weekly.
Our Chancellor, Dr. Joseph V. G. gave the presidential address and insisted all teaching community to be empathetic by understanding the need of each student. Read More
CS & IT Skills Show - The School of Computational Sciences and Information Technology, Department of Computer Science, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University, ...
organized CS & IT Skills Show on 2nd September 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include encoding and decoding, a play on nanotechnology, your wish is my command, web hosting, innovative automated pill dispenser, propitious Quest out of E-waste, music genre, Mime, and technology quiz, along with tips.
Overall, the Skills show was beneficial and knowledgeable to all the participants, along with fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
Physiotherapy Skills Show - The School of Health Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University,...
organized the Physiotherapy Skills Show on 1st September 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include vitals, dos and donâ€™ts of first aid, ergonomics, endurance, nutrition, bandage, sports injury management skills, breathing exercises, and CPR.
Overall, the Skill show was beneficial and knowledgeable to all the participants, along with fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
Media Skills Show - The School of Media Studies, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University,...
organized Media Skills Show on 30th August 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University
The Skills demonstrated by the students include digital art, invisible art, fabric painting and sticker making, radio jockey, adobe audition, sound designing and photo editing.
Overall, the Skill show was beneficial and knowledgeable to all the participants, along with fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
Garden City University hosts The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Garden City University hosted students from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on 29th August 2022. Undergraduate students of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem belonging from diverse disciplines like Business Management, Asian Studies, Innovation Studies were part of the programme ...
The programme included various activity based lectures by faculty members of Garden City University. The visiting students were acquainted with the â€˜Taste of Karnatakaâ€™ through the luncheon served on plantain leaf which consisted of all popular cuisines of Karnataka. A fashion show was organized by the students of the Department of Fashion and Apparel Design of Garden City University showcasing Indian Attire of various states of India. A Bharatnatyam dance was performed by students of the host University to uphold the rich culture of Indian performing arts.
Special â€˜Entrepreneurship Studioâ€™ was set up by various departments of GCU to highlight the innovative and entrepreneurial skills of the students. Speaking on the ocassion, Mr Christo Joseph, FRSA, the Director- Strategy and Planning at GCU said that both India and Israel share many similarities with respect to honoring oneâ€™s culture and tradition. He further said GCU is open to students from Israel who wish to pursue their career with it. Speaking on the future scopes of association Mr Christo said that both GCU and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem can work together on student exchange programmes and other innovation-based skill development courses. Read More
IGNITE 2022 - The NSS and Rotary Club of Garden City University in association with Rotary Club, Indira Nagar has organised a one day training programme 'IGNITE' on 28th August 2022 at Garden City University Campus....
Around 1000 club members from across the country benefitted from the training programme.
The main objective of this training programme is to develop leadership skills among the youth of the country. The event also witnessed the presence of high officials of Rotary Club and the programme was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of Garden City University. Read More
Garden City University in association with Namma Bengaluru Foundation and OntheBuzz organised 'Airport Yatra by Train' - The main objective of this event is to create awareness among people about utilisation of Metro service to the Bangalore International Airport. .
Students and faculty members of Garden City University participated in a march to create awareness among the people about sustainable traffic management to ensure better traffic health of Bangalore city. Read More
"C V Yelamaggad, Ph.D., FRSC at Garden City University" - Currently as Scientist-F Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences (CeNS) - Bangalore, he presented on the core research areas that the University may look into which has direct impact on social development ...
Speaking on the occasion Chancellor Dr Joseph reminisced about the long association with the scientist and indicated the research road map of the University.
The CEO of the University Lt General Halgali (veteran) informed the Scientist on the Centre for Excellence being developed at the University. Vice Chancellor Dr G R Naik emphasised on the recent projects bagged by the life sciences department through the Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology.
Dr Yelamaggad appreciated the efforts of Dr Joseph and also mentioned the appreciations by Pamashri Dr Ayyappan the current Chairman of Karnataka Science and Technology Academy about the vision of Garden City University. Read More
Hospitality Skill Show - The School of Professional Studies, Department of Hospitality Management and Catering Technology, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University, ...
organized Hospitality Skill Show on 24th August 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include knife skills, bed making skills, best out of waste, chocolate making, bakery garnishes, napkin folding, table setup, fireless cooking, creative mocktail preparations, grooming standards, herbal tea preparations, origami and extraction of colors from fruits.
Overall, the Skill show was relevant and knowledgeable to all the participants, and fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
Forensic Science Skills Show - The School of Sciences, Department of Forensic Science, in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Garden City University, ...
organized Forensic Science Skills Show on 23rd August 2022. The objective of the Skills show is to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their special discipline Skills to the other students and faculty members of Garden City University to build their confidence and presentation skills. The primary intended outcome of the Skills show is to prepare the students to participate in Skill competitions nationally and internationally, exceed the Skill expectations of the employers, and explore Multidisciplinary collaborations among the 12 academic disciplines of Garden City University.
The Skills demonstrated by the students include trap the corruption, know the unknown, pirates of digital world, scribble a little, forge the forger, magic and tragic, IK ID fake, magic powder, guess who? and try not to fake.
Overall, the Skill show was thrilling and knowledgeable to all the participants, and fun participating in the demonstrations. Read More
"Garden City University celebrates 75th Independence Day" - Garden City University celebrated the 75th Independence Day of our nation in a memorable ceremony in front of a gleaming crowd who were filled with pride as the Honourable Chancellor of Garden City University Dr. Joseph V. G hoisted the national flag in the Garden City University campus in Bengaluru on Monday ...
The event was filled with colourful dance performances and renditions as the NCC corps of Garden City University presented the guard of honour to the dignitaries. Hon. Chancellor Dr. Joseph V. G addressed the gathering and shared his pride in the growth of our nation and spoke about the importance of educational institutions in the story of the journey of India. “Educational institutions such as GCU seek to promote the core foundational value of our country which is to get the learned minds to work together with scientific temper to create a better nation and society. With the constitution as our leading light, coming together to build a stronger nation, irrespective of our religion, caste, gender, language should be our priority as proud citizens.” He also spoke to the students about the need to get involved in the nation building process, “Children, you are the hope of our country. Understand, learn and explore. Through that process, together we will create a beautiful India. Happy 75th Independence Day to everyone.”
The programme was also graced by the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. G. R. Naik, Director of Strategy and Planning GCU Mr. Christo Joseph, Registrar of Garden City University Dr. Sibi Shaji, and Controller of Examinations Dr. Sheeja Rajesh, along with the faculty members and students
Garden City University (GCU) has been providing quality higher education in the fields of science and management for more than three decades, in Bangalore, India. The university offers industry-centric programs across various disciplines that have attracted students from every state of India and 81 countries through these years. Garden City University, with its vision towards the progress of higher education through international collaboration and holistic development of educational spaces, is proud to celebrate the 75th Independence Day of India.
ಗಾರ್ಡನ್ ಸಿಟಿ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದಲ್ಲಿ 75 ನೇ ಸ್ವಾತಂತ್ರೋತ್ಸವ ಆಚರಣೆ ಭಾರತದ 75ನೇ ಸ್ವಾತಂತ್ರ್ಯ ದಿನಾಚರಣೆಯನ್ನು ದಿನಾಂಕ 15 ನೇ ಸೋಮವಾರದಂದು ಗಾರ್ಡನ್ ಸಿಟಿ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದ ಆವರಣದಲ್ಲಿ ಸಂಭ್ರಮದಿಂದ ಆಚರಿಸಲಾಯಿತು. ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದ ಗೌರವಾನ್ವಿತ ಕುಲಾಧಿಪತಿಗಳಾದ ಡಾ. ಜೋಸೆಫ್ ವಿ.ಜಿ ಅವರು ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರಧ್ವಜಾರೋಹಣ ಮಾಡುವುದರ ಮೂಲಕ ಕಾರ್ಯಕ್ರಮಕ್ಕೆ ಚಾಲನೆ ನೀಡಿದರು.
ಗಾರ್ಡನ್ ಸಿಟಿ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದ ಎನ್ಸಿಸಿ ತಂಡದಿಂದ ಗಣ್ಯರಿಗೆ ಗೌರವ ರಕ್ಷೆ ಆ ಬಳಿಕ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳ ನೃತ್ಯ ಪ್ರದರ್ಶನ ಕಾರ್ಯಕ್ರಮಕ್ಕೆ ಮೆರುಗನ್ನು ನೀಡಿತು. ಸನ್ಮಾನ್ಯ ಕುಲಾಧಿಪತಿಗಳಾದ ಡಾ. ಜೋಸೆಫ್ ವಿ.ಜಿ ಸಭೆಯನ್ನುದ್ದೇಶಿಸಿ ಮಾತನಾಡಿ, ‘ನಮ್ಮ ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರದ ಬೆಳವಣಿಗೆಯಲ್ಲಿ ಮತ್ತು ಭಾರತದ ಬೆಳವಣಿಗೆಯ ಪಯಣದಲ್ಲಿ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಸಂಸ್ಥೆಗಳ ಮಹತ್ವದ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ಮಾತನಾಡಿ, ನಮ್ಮಂಥಹ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಸಂಸ್ಥೆಗಳು ದೇಶದ ಮೂಲಭೂತ ಮೌಲ್ಯವನ್ನು ಉತ್ತೇಜಿಸಲು ಪ್ರಯತ್ನಿಸುತ್ತವೆ, ಒಂದು ಉತ್ತಮ ಸಮಾಜವನ್ನು ಕಟ್ಟಲು ಅಗತ್ಯವಿರುವ ವೈಜ್ಞಾನಿಕ ಮನೋಭಾವನೆಯನ್ನು ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಸಂಸ್ಥೆಗಳು ಬೆಳೆಸುತ್ತವೆ. ಸಂವಿಧಾನವನ್ನು ನಮ್ಮ ದಾರಿ ದೀಪವಾಗಿಸಿಕೊಂಡು, ನಮ್ಮ ಧರ್ಮ, ಜಾತಿ, ಭಾಷೆಯ ಭೇದವಿಲ್ಲದೆ ಸದೃಢ ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರ ನಿರ್ಮಾಣಕ್ಕೆ ಒಗ್ಗೂಡುವುದು ಹೆಮ್ಮೆಯ ಪ್ರಜೆಗಳಾಗಿ ನಮ್ಮ ಆದ್ಯತೆಯಾಗಬೇಕು’ ಎಂದು ಹೇಳಿದರು. ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರ ನಿರ್ಮಾಣ ಕಾರ್ಯದಲ್ಲಿ ತೊಡಗಿಸಿಕೊಳ್ಳುವ ಅಗತ್ಯತೆ ಕುರಿತು ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳಿಗೆ ತಿಳಿಸಿದ ಶ್ರೀಯುತರು, ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳೇ, ನೀವು ನಮ್ಮ ದೇಶದ ಭರವಸೆ. ಅರ್ಥಮಾಡಿಕೊಳ್ಳಿ, ಕಲಿಯಿರಿ ಮತ್ತು ಅನ್ವೇಷಿಸಿ. ಆ ಪ್ರಕ್ರಿಯೆಯ ಮೂಲಕ ನಾವು ಒಟ್ಟಾಗಿ ಸುಂದರ ಭಾರತವನ್ನು ರಚಿಸುತ್ತೇವೆ’ ಎಂದು ಎಲ್ಲರಿಗೂ 75ನೇ ಸ್ವಾತಂತ್ರ್ಯ ದಿನಾಚರಣೆಯ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳನ್ನು ಕೋರಿದರು.
ಕಾರ್ಯಕ್ರಮದಲ್ಲಿ ಉಪಕುಲಪತಿ ಪ್ರೊ. ಡಾ. ಜಿ.ಆರ್. ನಾಯಕ್, ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದ ಪ್ಲಾನಿಂಗ್ ಹಾಗು ಸ್ಟ್ರಾಟಜಿ - ನಿರ್ದೇಶಕ ಕ್ರಿಸ್ಟೋ ಜೋಸೆಫ್, ಗಾರ್ಡನ್ ಸಿಟಿ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯದ ಕುಲಸಚಿವರಾದ ಡಾ. ಸಿಬಿ ಶಾಜಿ, ಪರೀಕ್ಷಾ ನಿಯಂತ್ರಕರಾದ ಡಾ. ಶೀಜಾ ಎಮ್ ಎಸ್, ಶಿಕ್ಷಕ ವೃಂದದವರು ಹಾಗು ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳು ಉಪಸ್ಥಿತರಿದ್ದರು.
ಗಾರ್ಡನ್ ಸಿಟಿ ಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯಮೂರು ದಶಕಗಳಿಗಿಂತಲೂ ಹೆಚ್ಚು ಕಾಲ ಭಾರತದ ಬೆಂಗಳೂರಿನಲ್ಲಿ ವಿಜ್ಞಾನ ಮತ್ತು ನಿರ್ವಹಣೆಯ ಕ್ಷೇತ್ರಗಳಲ್ಲಿ ಗುಣಮಟ್ಟದ ಉನ್ನತ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣವನ್ನು ಒದಗಿಸುತ್ತಾ ಬಂದಿದ್ದು, ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯವು ವಿವಿಧ ಉದ್ಯಮ-ಕೇಂದ್ರಿತ ವಿಭಾಗಗಳನ್ನು ಹೊಂದಿದ್ದು ದೇಶದ ಪ್ರತಿ ರಾಜ್ಯ ಮತ್ತು 81 ವಿದೇಶಗಳಿಂದ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳನ್ನು ಆಕರ್ಷಿಸಿದೆ. ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯವು ಅಂತರರಾಷ್ಟ್ರೀಯ ಸಹಯೋಗ ಮತ್ತು ಶೈಕ್ಷಣಿಕ ಸ್ಥಳಗಳ ಸಮಗ್ರ ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿಯ ಮೂಲಕ ಉನ್ನತ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣದ ಪ್ರಗತಿಯತ್ತ ತನ್ನ ದೃಷ್ಟಿಯನ್ನು ಹೊಂದಿದ್ದು, ದೇಶದ 75 ನೇ ಸ್ವಾತಂತ್ರ್ಯ ಮಹೋತ್ಸವನ್ನು ಅದ್ದೂರಿಯಾಗಿ ಆಚರಿಸುತ್ತಿದೆ. Read More
Industrial Visit â€“ FANUC INDIA Ltd - The School of Computational Sciences and IT, Department of Computer Science organized an industrial visit to Fanuc India Ltd. on 12 August 2022 ... The Students of MSIT Programme were a part of the industrial visit. FANUC India Ltd is a pioneer in Computer Numeric Control technology since 1956. They specialize on four major areas-Factory Automation, Robots, Robo Machines and IOT. Mr.Muthukrishnan, Head, Academic Industry Relationship, Started the session with a detailed presentation on their products and services. He discussed the contributions that can be made by computer science studentsâ€™ in the field of factory Automation and robotics. Moreover, the students could watch a live demonstration of the functioning of futuristically designed state -of- the-art equipment in the facility. Students and faculty members could learn about well automated production and assembly lines, the application of computerized integrated manufacturing, computer aided quality control, computer controlled and self-automated robots. The industrial visit helped us in understanding the various aspects of production and the operation of a company.It could best be deduced that the intelligent systems are expanding across the globe.Therefore it was a great approach to expose the students to this company so that they would gain experience and knowledge about the usage and application of artificial intelligent and other technological innovations in the real world. Read More
Garden City University students at Regional Forensic Science Laboratory (RFSL), Mysore - Our Forensic Science students along with faculty visited the Regional Forensic Science Laboratory, Mysore and the Karnataka Police Academy.... At the Karnataka Police Academy - they learnt brief aspects of police training from sub-inspector cadre to ACP cadre, followed by visiting various facilities for training of police officers and careers in the Police domain. They also got to understand how forensic science helps an investigation officer from case investigation to punishment for accused. At the Regional FSL they learnt from section heads and Senior Scientific Officers of forensic biology, forensic chemistry , toxicology and instrumentation. They got to know the questioned document examination in relevance with the case exhibit demonstration as well. Read More
MoU signing ceremony between Garden City University and Merck Innovation Lab, part of Merck India, a leading science and technology company: The School of Sciences, Department of Life Science, Garden City University...
signed an MoU with Merck Innovation Lab at Bangalore on 8th August 2022. This lab is a part of Merck India, a leading science and technology company, headquartered in Darmstadt Germany. The MoU ceremony included an inaugural talk by the honourable Vice Chancellor of Garden City University, Prof. G.R. Naik who highlighted the importance of Research at Garden City University and the need for collaboration with International Life Science companies such as Merck India leading to the increased scientific temper among the young aspirants. Mr. Dhananjay Singh, Head - Science and Lab Solutions, India at Merck Life Science, shared his views on bridging the gap between academia and industry.
The primary aim of this collaboration is to inculcate the Industrial hands on-training sessions into the regular curriculum of MSc Biotechnology students to upgrade the practical skill component leading to better employability. Cancer tools and techniques, Mammalian Cell Culture and cell-based toxicity assays, CRISPR-Cas9 based Genome Editing are some of the training sessions included. Enhanced internship opportunities and subsequent job placements in renowned R & D institutes, Pharmaceutical companies and various other domains of Life Science is an inevitable consequence of this collaboration. Read More
â€œGarden City University hosts forum on Innovative Approaches in Computer Scienceâ€ Commemorating the values of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and his vision of quality education across the country, Garden City University ...
as a part of launching the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam School of Engineering, hosted a high level forum on framing innovative approaches in the discipline of Computer Science at the GCC House in Bengaluru on Friday. The event saw participation from leading industry experts and experienced academicians who discussed the importance of actualizing the current landscape of latest technologies such as AI, Machine Learning, Data Sciences, and evolving models for framing the curriculum based on the requirements of the industry.
In continuation with Garden City Universityâ€™s mission of providing holistic education aimed at the future, the idea of bridging the gap between the industry and academia to facilitate employability and entrepreneurship for the students of the university was at the forefront of the discussion. Drawing inspiration from his personal interactions with the then President of India Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the Honourable Chancellor of Garden City University Dr. Joseph V. G announced the commencement of the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam School of Engineering which will be at the vanguard of implementing this vision in order to ensure that the best framework is in place for the students of tomorrow. As the Honourable Chancellor of Garden City University Dr. Joseph V. G stated in his address, â€œOur role as an institution that looks to the future is to make sure the students are operating at the highest level, not only when they are studying at the university but also blazing their trail in the industry. Our faculty is at the forefront of integrating these cutting edge technologies into our syllabus with the collaboration of industry experts.â€ He also stated the importance of realising the potential of these innovations in societal applications. â€œNewer technologies such as AI, Machine Learning and Data Sciences will be looked at by the students as tools that enable them to work towards a better society. We at Garden City University have always maintained our commitment to developing a better world and we continue to innovate in different disciplines with that perspective.â€
The meeting consisted of industry experts from leading companies including Tata Consultancy Services, Cisco Systems, Wipro and other giants of the corporate world, and academicians from multiple university spaces. The forum witnessed the exploration of many ideas such as enabling the students to harness the power of new age technologies at the university level and expediting their high performance in industry spaces with minimal on-site training. Facilitating technical education in areas such as Human Augmented Machine Learning, AI based approach to Simulation and Modelling, Intelligent Mechatronics etc., and all round skill development at the university spaces as provided by Garden City University were highlighted as the need of the hour to ensure employability at the highest level for graduates of today.
The event was also graced by the presence of Former Deputy Chief of Army Staff, PVSM, AVSM, SM and CEO of Garden City University Lieutenant General Ramesh Halgali, Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. Vandana Hegde, Director of Strategy and Planning GCU Christo Joseph, Registrar of Garden City University Dr. Sibi Shaji and other leading experts from the industry and academia.
Garden City University (GCU) has been providing quality higher education in the fields of science and management for more than three decades, in Bangalore, India. The university offers industry-centric programs across various disciplines that have attracted students from every state of India and 81 countries through these years. Garden City University, with its vision towards the progress of higher education through international collaboration and holistic development of educational spaces, is proud to engage with industry leaders and academic experts to create a platform for comprehensive discussion and integrated learning. Read More
"The Industrial Visit to Radio Mirchi Station, Bannerghatta Road"Bangalore on 21st June 2022 enabled the students to understand radio as service medium, how is it anchored and also to have an idea about the conduction... of programmes on Radio. This visit also helped the students to understand the important role of public broadcasting in service sector, role of Anchors etc. The visit also provided students a chance to visualize the conduction of programmes and get insight into the working of Radio setup. The whole visit was supported by RJ Sarah Fazal. Read More
"Innovative Techniques in Mobile Film Making" 6. The Department Specific Webinar titled "Innovative Techniques in Mobile Film Making" by Mr. N. Raja, Assistant Professor, Sathyabhama (deemed-to-be) University, Chennai on 1st April 2022 ...
provided highlights of film making on mobile and the use of latest and updated technology where students can create instant films with the help of mobile. Read More
"The Industrial Visit to Community Radio "at Sri Siddhartha Centre for Media Studies, Tumkur and Praja Pragathi Newspaper Establishment & Television Station, Tumkur was scheduled on 24th March 2022... for our students to understand how to produce a radio drama in a community radio setup and how the newspaper printing establishment works. The students were imparted with different aspects of knowledge pertaining to television programme production. Overall students were able to visualize the print and electronic media working and its importance. Read More
"USR activity on Instant Promotion Video Creation" School of Media Studies in association with IQAC conducted the Department USR activity on 14th March 2022 on Instant Promotion Video Creation for MSME's as a field activity....
Students shot videos of MSMEs' on their mobile and sent it to the shop owners for instant promotion. These videos were shot within the radius of 3 kms of our university campus. Read More
"Art of Cinema Making - Comparison b/n art cinema & commercial cinema"The Department Specific Webinar titled "Art of Cinema Making - Comparison b/n art cinema & commercial cinema" by Mr. S. Santhosh, Assistant Professor, ... Jain (deemed-to-be) University, Bangalore on 11th March 2022 provided insights on understanding the need and make of art cinema and commercial cinema and its comparison. Read More
"Basic Interview Etiquettes" The Department Specific Webinar titled "Basic Interview Etiquettes" by Mr. Sandeep, Assistant Manager, Ernst & Young, Bangalore on 18th February 2022 was an interactive session between the students ...
and the Resource person. The Resource Person gave inputs on the basic requirements that needs to be prepared before attending an interview and how a candidate needs to be facing the interview and on the ways an interview can be cracked without becoming nervous or scared. Read More
"Language Etiquettes in Advertisements"The Department Specific Webinar titled "Language Etiquettes in Advertisements" by Mr. Pillai V. K., Assistant Professor, School of Media Studies, GCU, Bangalore on 28th January 2022... gave students an insight to the use of proper and appropriate language in promoting a product through advertisements. Read More
The legacy of Garden City University comes from the Garden City Group of Institutions established in 1992.
The Garden City Group of Institutions has been a home for students from 81 nations to this day and the family is growing...
Please note : The above data need not be misread as that of Garden City University which commenced its operations in 2017; however GCU is a part of the Garden City Group of Institutions established in 1992.