Covid 19 initiative

AKGEC Initiative During COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown

Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College has adopted a refugee camp at Adarsh Nagar, Delhi with 111 families consisting of about 700 people. The College has built two rooms and is furnishing one as a classroom for children and the other as a sewing machine centre for skill development of the community. In addition, the college is also providing them complete rations, vegetables and money for miscellaneous expenses since the beginning of the lockdown due to covid 19 pandemic.

The college has also distributed rations and food packets worth Rs. 11 lacs to the needy families in Ghaziabad, through the District Administration.

Induction program


Like every year this year too Anti Ragging Campaign began with a meeting of Director with All HODs and launching of air balloon with Anti Ragging Message above college complex.

KIRAN Anti Ragging awareness among senior students began with KIRAN (Kaho India Ragging Aur Nahin) program. The proctor of the college addressed all 2nd, 3rd & 4th year students between 19 July 2019 to 27 July 2019 mentioning ills of the ragging and provision of strict punishment to be awarded if one is involved in any incidence of ragging. Various provision of ragging as laid down by UGC/AICTE were explained. Video clips available on UGC site were also shown to all students. Students were also educated on ills of drugs.



Talent search program for first year students

Talent search program for first year students

A full day program for all first year students was held under supervision of Proctor, Dean Hostel and other faculty member. Senior 3rd & 4th year student members of Discipline Committee and other senior students of various cultural society were present. Students were engaged whole day with College Band Euphony, Dance Society Taal, Dramatic Society Goonj and Fashion Society Verve etc.


As per guidelines laid down by AICTE/University, a three week induction program was planned for all first year students during 01 – 22August, 2019. Various activities including PT, Human Values classes and Literary and Arts sessions were conducted during the Induction Program. Lectures on important and relevant topics like Sanskar, Nationalism and Time & Stress Management were organized.

Visit to the Centres of Excellence in the College was organized. Prof. Ashiv Shah, CEO AKG Skills Foundation, briefed the students on the various industrial collaborations that the college is associated with.

Visit of local Areas

Anti Ragging and Anti Drug Poster Making Competitions were planned on 30 August, 2019 for all first year students. Selected award winning posters were displayed in college exhibition arcade.

Engineering Exploration Program

Students Enhanced Learning Program (SELP)

The Induction Program was followed by Students Enhanced Learning Program(SELP) during 26 – 31 August, 2019.

Art of living faculty members provided by Art of living foundation and approved by the AKTU simultaneously conducted this program in all 16 sections daily for two hours.


Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad conducted its 17th Annual Convocation with all the grandeur and magnificence on 16 March, 2019.

The ceremony was graced by the presence of Sh. Anuj Khanna, Managing Director,C&S Electric Limited & Chairman, Western UP Zonal Council, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Dr. Vinay Kumar Pathak, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow, Members of Management Committee, Director, Heads of Departments, Deans, Section Incharges, faculty, staff, guests, parents of degree recipients, press and the graduating students.

Presenting the College annual report, Director Dr. R.K. Agarwal highlighted the progress of the College and various academic, cultural, social and sports achievements of the students at College as well as University level.

Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, AKTU, Dr. Vinay Kumar Pathak conferred the degrees. The meritorious students were presented cash awards and certificates by the Chief Guest and the Vice Chancellor.

In his address to the students, the Vice Chancellor appreciated the academic achievements of the college with 18 students being in the branch wise merit lists of AKTU and a record tally of 3 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze medals. He emphasized on the significance of the Convocation Ceremony and advised the students to be focused towards their professional and social goals.

In his convocation address, the Chief Guest Sh Anuj Khanna appreciated the Centres of Excellence in the college, the industry academia interface and the vast range of student activities beyond the curriculum. The chief Guest advised the students to practice and upgrade their technical skills regularly as well as to strengthen their soft skills and build a risk taking capability. He further advised them to be grateful to the Almighty for all the blessings and live a selfless and giving life.

As per the College tradition, the meritorious students were invited to plant a tree in the College lawns.

Farewell Party

The MCA farewell party, Bon Voyage commenced with the anchors welcoming all the guests. The event kick started with a mesmerizing Ganesh Vandana invoking the blessings of God. The stage was then lit up by dancing and Singing performance. The ceremony advanced with the introduction and talent round for Mr and Miss Farewell’s 2019. The final year contestants personality and talents swayed all. This was at last followed by a final round of questionnaire. The participants stole the glam light and performed wonderfully. The participants from second year showcased their talent in the form of dance/drama and as vocal artist and stole away all the hearts with their mesmerizing performances. The most awaited event of the show followed as the winners of Mr Farewell and Mrs Farewell were awarded by Director Dr. R.K. Agarwal and Principal Dr. B. K. Sharma. Mr. Farewell Nishant Verma Ms. Farewell Simran Anand.