7 December 2018
Under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Plan, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh today celebrated its Founder’s Day with the children at the “Institute for the Blind”, Sector–26, Chandigarh.
The function started with the prayer recitation followed by the Cake Cutting Ceremony by the students. Woolen wears, Fruits etc were also distributed to the students on the occasion.
The function was attended by Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria himself; Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group; Management of Institute for Blind including Chairman, Major General Rajender Nath PVSM (Retd.); Principal, Mr. J.S. Jayara; Secretary, Mrs. Prem Girdhar, Honorary Joint Secretary; Mrs Kuljeet Kaur, Music Teacher etc were also present on the occasion.
Mr. J.S Jayara while thanking said that these special students needs inclusion not exclusion, integration not disintegration to integrate them into the mainstream of social life.Jayara further added that these children are visually impaired but not visionary hence equal opportunities to these special children should be given for their self reliance to ensure full participation in the society.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans Group was started with one B School. But in a short span of 12 years, with the guidance & support of Prof. Kataria, the Group has established its Engineering College, Law College, Management College, Pharmacy College, Agriculture College, Business School, Education College, Nursing College, Degree College, Polytechnic College and Primary School.
The function was organized on the occasion of 70th Birthday of Aryans Group Founder, Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria (D.C) who dedicated his life to shapen the future of thousands of meritorious & needy students.
Born and brought up of Muktsar, Prof Roshan Lal Kataria is founder of Aryans Group of Colleges. Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria did his MA (Economics) from Dehradun. He started his career in Economics lecturer from Government College, Muktsar and later on worked in Govt College Zira, DAV Institutions. He also worked in Chandigarh for more than a decade for spreading awareness regarding UGC/NET examination.