Date : 17 Sep 2018 | Category : Event
Engineer’s day celebration in RIET
The Engineers Day was celebrated in RIET on 15th September 2018 with great gusto and enthusiasm. This day is celebrated every year in the country to commemorate the birthday of the legendary engineer Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, an eminent Indian engineer and statesman.
“Synergia” as this event in known as is a one day techno-cultural national level fest celebrated by RIET (Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and technology) on the occasion of Engineers day, where the students participated in various technical and non-technical events.
The Engineers Day Celebration started with the lightening of lamp and Saraswati Vandana. The chief guest on this occasion was Er. B Chand, who is an IES and is currently working with the Indian Railways (IRSE).
Dr. Saroj Hiranwal, Principal, RIET, Prof. addressed the gathering and welcomed the chief guest. She addressed the engineers and encouraged them to follow their profession with zeal and passion.
Dean Academics & Administration, Prof. Kapil Dev Sharma, spoke to the students and faculty members and encouraged and appreciated all for their hard work and contribution towards their profession.
Speaking to the students, Dr Sachin Sharma, Vice Principal RIET also gave his views on the occasion and expressed his thoughts that hard work and smart work both should be the motto of the budding engineers.
This day also saw the inauguration of the “Plethora”, a new invention of the team ‘Smartwit’. Plethora is magazine for which a QR code has to be scanned by mobile and at any time one can read the college magazine which will be updated by the smartwit team. This magazine will have all information apart from college information regarding health, fun and food or any news information. This was initiated by Mr Snehashish Jha, Asst Prof, ECE dept who is the mentor of smartwit. Team members of Prarabdh sharma, Stuti Mitra gave the presentation.
After Inauguration ceremony, various technical and non‐technical events were organized in the entire campus.
There was the “Technamite” in which all the technical events took place. Competitions like web designing, bridge mania, reverse engineering, game of codes, tricky circuits project exhibition, brain shaker and royal mechano.
In the “siyahi” all the literary events were organized. In this, events like Group Discussion, youth parliament, JAM session, Spell-Bee, and Debate.
The “fun events” were exclusively for the games events. In this section, Roadies, tug-of-war, counter strike, treasure hunt and tug of war.
“Zealicon” was for the cultural events in which the all the students could participate. Happenings like photography, x-factor, B plan and ad-zap were the highlights.
Prizes and certificates were distributed to the winners.
The programme ended with a lot of fun and the participation in the competitions showed real sports-man spirit among the young Technocrats.