The Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a five day induction program from 8th January 2018 to 12th January 2018 for B.tech 2nd and 4th semester students. During the course of the induction programme various activities like lectures on impactful lifestyle and cybercrime and security will be conducted followed by sports activities, discussions and presentations on present scenario, NSS activities, cultural activites and technical presentations.
On the first day, the programme started with inauguration done by respected Principal Prof.(Dr.)Saroj Hiranwal and Dean of academics Mr. Kapil Dev Sharma by lamp lighting. It was followed by a lecture on ‘IMPACTFUL LIFESTYLE’ by Prof. Mukesh Agarwal. In which he spoke to students about the different ways to overcome stress and the small things to do in daily life that are necessary for a student to gain success and enhance their will power. He also explained Harvard’s theory of intelligence.
After that sport activities were conducted. Students were divided into four clubs (Bhabha, Sarabhai, Bose and Raman) for the same. Six games were played in the second half of the session i.e. volleyball, basketball, table tennis, Badminton, kabaddi and athletics.
Here are the glimpse of First Day Event 🙂
On Day 2 of the induction programme, there was discussion and presentation by students from 09:00 to 11:30. The event again was between clubs. In the event each club had 4 speakers who has the following topics—who am I ?, strengths and weaknesses of myself, target of my life, how to overcome my weakness and how to achieve successful life. Post event students were given individual recognition too. In that event 2nd runner up was Sagar from Sarabhai House, first runner up was Prarabdh Chaturvedi and 1st place was taken by Stuti Mittra.
After the break a cultural program between 12:30 to 15:30 was conducted in which the different clubs had to represent the different states and hence the theme of the Indian subcontinent. Students displayed the cultural of different states in various colors and from various angles. Plays, skits, dances and singing were few of the many methods used by students for depiction of the states. The different themes were Gujarat, Kashmir, Punjab and Rajasthan.
Day 3 started with athletic events. First was tug of war, the first competition was between girls in which two clubs were conjoined i.e Sarabhai & Bhabha Vs Bose & Raman club. The winner was Sarabhai & Bhabha. For the boys category the first round was between Sarabhai Vs Bhabha and Bose Vs Raman. Out of which Sarabhai and Bose qualified for finals. And in finals the enthusiasm was sky high. Both the teams gave the crowd a match worth seeing and finally Bose club was the winner. After the tug of war, kabbadi matches between the clubs took place. The first round was between Sarabhai Vs Bhabha and Raman Vs Bose, in which Bhabha and Raman were the respective clubs to qualify for the finals. In the finals , which took place between Raman and Bhabha, the club which came out on top was Bhabha. After kabbadi Table tennis matches were also played in which Bhabha club was the winner.
After lunch break NSS activity was commenced, in which the students rallied in bhankrota , spreading awareness on “Swach Bharat Abhiyan” and other social issues such as “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” etc. For the event students used posters and banners. Day three was full of fun and enthusiasm.
Here are few more pics for the event 🙂
On day four of the induction programme, there was a motivational movie show for all the students and faculty members of B.tech 1st and 2nd year. After the Lunch break a cultural program was held in which all the students from both the years participated. Various types of dances were staged by the students as well as some good songs were sung.
Participation was from all the four clubs, Sarabhai, Bhabha, Bose and Raman. These clubs were created for students cultural and sports activities.All the students were highly enthusiastic about these cultural activities. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Prof. (Dr.) Saroj Hiranwal said that, these activities help the student to build up their leadership skills, improve on their communication skills and develop interaction among all the class mates and seniors.
Dean academics and Admin Mr. Kapil Dev Sharma said that extracurricular activities increase opportunities for social interaction and new relationship development. As most of these activities are group-oriented they have students from different roles and backgrounds, which give them a chance to know more about each other of different passions and cultures.
The day ended with a happy note looking forward to the programme of the next day.
On the Fifth day, the valedictory programme started with inauguration done by respected Principal RIET, Prof. (Dr.) Saroj Hiranwal , Dean of academics and Admin Mr. Kapil Dev Sharma and Prof Sachin Sharma, Vice Principal RIET, by lamp lighting along with all the HODs and faculty members of RIET.The students who had participated in various activities and competitions were given prizes.
In the morning session all the four clubs had given their presentation of their activities. This was also presided over by the faculty members and the students of first and second year B Tech.Participation was from all the four clubs, Sarabhai, Bhabha, Bose and Raman. These clubs were created for students cultural and sports activities. All the students were highly enthusiastic about these cultural activities, and on all five days participated with great passion.
Speaking on the occasion, Principal Prof. (Dr.) Saroj Hiranwal said that, these activities help the students to develop themselves and grow their personality which is highly essential alongside with studies.Dean academics and Admin Mr. Kapil Dev Sharma said that it was indeed very nice to see all the students participating with such energy.Prof Sachin Sharma, Vice Principal RIET also appreciated the efforts of the students towards the great success of this function.
The day ended with a happy note. The students were very happy with the week long activity and also said that they look forward to many such occasions.