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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Odissi Dance

RIET hosted the wonderful Odissi dance by the famous odissi exponent Sharon Lowen on 2/9/16 in the Choturam seminar hall. The programme started with the lightening of the lamp and a prayer to Saraswati Ma, the goddess of learning and art. Principal RIET, Prof (Dr.) Saroj Hiranwal, addressed the gathering with her welcome speech and briefed about the contribution by SPIC MACAY and its performance in preserving and developing folk culture, dance, music and art. She also welcomed the guest artists and felicitated Ms. Sharon with a bouquet

SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth) is a non-political, nationwide, voluntary movement founded in 1977 by Dr. Kiran Seth.

SPIC MACAYs intention is to enrich the quality of formal education by increasing awareness about different aspects of Indian heritage and inspiring the young mind to imbibe the values embedded in it. It seeks to inspire youth through experiencing the mysticism embodied in the rich and heterogeneous cultural tapestry of Indian and World Heritage, with a hope that the beauty, grace, values and wisdom embodied in these arts will influence their way of life and thinking and inspire one to become a better human being. For this, the most accomplished artistes of the country render programmes of Indian classical music and dance, folk, poetry, theatre, traditional paintings, crafts & yoga primarily in schools and colleges


Sharon Lowen who performed on the occasion is an Odissi dancer, trained since 1975 by the famous Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra. She has performed and choreographed for film and television and presented hundreds of concerts throughout India. Ms Sharon performance was extremely beautiful. She not only performed the recitals but also explained each dance explaining its relevance and importance in the Indian Hindu mythology.

She also explained that Odissi is a major ancient classical dance that originated in the Hindu temples of Odisha. Odissi, in its history, was performed predominantly by women, and expressed religious stories and spiritual ideas, particularly of Vaishnavism (Vishnu as Jagannath), but also of other traditions such as those related to Hindu gods Shiva and Surya, as well as Hindu goddesses .

The programme ended with thunderous applause by the 1st and the 2nd year students along with the faculty members. Ms. Sharon and her troupe were given vote of thanks by Ms. Vijaya Chakravarty.


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Elocution Competition

Elocution on Importance of Skill Development: Vision 2025 was held on 29/08/2016 in the seminar hall in the college campus. A great number of students participated in the event, and the entire audience appreciated the speakers. Students from all the semesters were present and also the participants were from all the semesters.

The judges on the occasion were Event Coordinator, Ms. Vedika Sharma and HOD, CRT, Ms. Vijaya Chakravarty.

The participants stressed on the point that India is among the young countries in the world, with the proportion of the work force in the age group of 15-59 years, growing steadily. However, present status shows only 2% of the total employees in India have undergone skills development training; India can become the worldwide sourcing hub for the skilled employees.

Skills and knowledge are the motivating force of the financial growth and community development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalization and technological changes provide both challenges that are taking place in the world.

Skill building can be viewed as a device to improve the efficacy and contribution of labor to overall production. It is an important ingredient to push the production possibility front line outward and to take growth rate of the economy to a higher route. Skill building could also be seen as an instrument to empower the individual and improve their social acceptance.

Winners for the competition were announced at the spot. Dikshant Pandey,V sem, ECE & Manu Pratap Singh Shekhawat, V Sem, EEE were declared top two participants.

The programme was appreciated by all. The programme was initiated by The Institution of Engineers, Rajasthan State Centre for the skill development of young engineers.


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Seminar on Skill Development for Young Engineers-Vision 2025

One day seminar on Skill Development for Young Engineers-Vision 2025 was organized on 31/08/2016 in RIET, Jaipur to aware the young engineers about the skills required for every young engineer to become a successful professional.
The seminar was started with the lamp lighting and welcome speech by the event coordinator Ms. Vedika Sharma.
The 1st session of the seminar was started by Er. R. P. Sharma, Honorary Secretary, The Institution of Engineers (India), Rajasthan State Centre and he briefed about the basic skills required for any engineer.
The second Motivational session of the seminar, was delivered by Mr. Adiguru Das, Director, Groom Institute, Jaipur on 31/08/16 and the topic was Importance of Skill Development
In his speech, he addressed the students and said that this is a very important part of technical education. Skills development is the process of (1) identifying your skill gaps, and (2) developing and honing these skills. It is important because your skills determine your ability to execute your plans with success.
He also mentioned that in goal achievement, your skills are your tools. The house is your goal. Just as you need the right tools to build a house, you need the right skills to build your goal. Without the right skills, you will only frustrate yourself, waste your time, and spend a lot of time dealing with rudimentary issues caused by the lack of knowledge or lack of skills, as opposed to progressing in your goal. While difficulty and struggle is part and parcel of any goal pursuit, without the right skills, you find yourself struggling more than necessary.
By involving students, he had conducted many activities with the students.
All the students of 1st year B. Tech. and 2nd year attended the session, which was appreciated by all.
Session was ended by Vote of thanks by Dean Academics, RIET, Prof. Kapil Dev Sharma.
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Workshop on Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking

A workshop on Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking was conducted on 26/08/2016 in the Choturam seminar hall for all the students of  1st  ,2nd ,3rd and  final year of all branch.

Hacking is not about the illegal things it’s all about how to secure your system. In the one day workshop Google Hacking, Email Hacking, Dos Attacks, Torjens, SQL Injection, Windows Hacking, Mobile Hacking etc. topics has covered. This workshop aims to give engineering students a basic knowledge of hacking and how to protect your system against hazardous effects.

The topic chosen was ethical hacking and how to protect our devices from hackers.

The ILM Infotech conducted the workshop and the instructors were Mr. Bhupendra  & Mr. Amit who said that an ethical hacker is a computer and networking expert who systematically attempts to penetrate a computer system or network on behalf of its owners for the purpose of finding security vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit.

Ethical hacking and ethical hacker are terms used to describe hacking performed by a company or individual to help identify potential threats on a computer or network. An ethical hacker attempts to bypass system security and search for any weak points that could be exploited by malicious hackers. This information is then used by the organization to improve the system security, in an effort to minimize or eliminate any potential attacks.

The workshop was very fruitful for all the students and ended with feedback session by the students with the Event coordinator Ms. Vedika Sharma.

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Yaad Karo qurbani AZADI 70

What better could be than this Independence Day eve to remind the students and our fellow colleagues about the sacrifices made by the thousand of martyrs so that the nation could prosper and have a bright future. .
Keeping this in mind the RIET  planned a candle light march on 14.8.16 at 7 pm evening on the call of Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, to celebrate our 70th Independence Day as a mega event as Yaad Karo Qurbani to commemorate our freedom fighters.

It was led by principal RIET Dr. Saroj Hiranwal, Principal, Both the students and staffs actively participated in it. This Azadi 70- YaadKaroQurbani (Freedom fortnight) is being celebrated in all the educational institutions all over India under, the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, Govt. of India.

The march started from Bhankrota main road and walked up to the college gates. The students carried banners and candles in memory of all the martyrs.

In the same series, we organized the Sports activity for Faculties and Administration staff at  RIET main ground.

The programme concluded with speech given by principal RIET, Dr Saroj Hiranwal and the vote of thanks by Shashikant Ray, HOD ECE. Some words were also shared by Ms Vedika sharma, Event coordinator.

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Janmashtami 2016

Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting, worshipping Krishna and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born on the eighth day (Ashtami) in the month of Sravana. Legend says that Sri Krishna was born on a dark, stormy and windy night to end the rule and atrocities of his maternal uncle, Kansa. The celebration takes place at midnight in RIET college campus, with the birth of Lord Krishna, with lot of hymns, arti, blowing of the Conch shells (shankh) and rocking the cradle of Lord Krishna. Function started with the aarti of Lord Krishna then the students performed dance, bhajans and dandiya raas. Principal RIET Dr saroj Hiranwal, educated everyone with the inspirational conversation regarding the importance of the festival. To determine the lively atmosphere, Light snacks was served to all the students and faculty members.

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Sketch Competition had been organized by the RIET on 23-August-2016 under “The Banner of Yaad Karo Qurbani that was initiated by MHRD,Govt. of India”

This had been done to remind the students and our fellow colleagues about the sacrifices made by the thousand of freedom fighters so that the nation could prosper and have a bright future and to bring out the creativity and the artistic talents among school students. The theme given for the same was yaad karo qurbani in the memory of all those valiant leaders and jawans who laid down their lives for the sake of the Nation.

Students proved that they not only excel in academics, but also shine in exhibiting their skills by their creative presentation.

It was a difficult task thereafter for the judges to short list the winners. Students came up with amazing artwork in sketching.

The final judgment was made by the principal RIET Dr. Saroj Hiranwal. The criteria for judgment were: Theme, Effectiveness of Design, Creativity, Neatness, and Overall Effect.

Each of these drawings were artistically made by the students, it was a treat to the eyes. Selecting the winner was a tough task for the jury. This fun filled activity witnessed an enthusiastic participation of all the students.

The winners declared were

  1. Saud Qureshi, 1st Year, Mechanical Engineering
  2. Bhupendra Singh, 2nd Year, Civil Engineering
  3. Dilip Singh Sisodiya , 3rd Year, Mechanical Engineering

The Programme was concluded by the event coordinator Ms. Vedika Sharma by explaining the importance of sacrifice of our freedom fighters.


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