UDAAN- The Flight to Success 2k17- B.Tech Orientation Programme
Panipat Institute of Engineering and technology organized an Orientation Programme i.e UDAAN- 2K17 on August 3rd and 4th for the B.Tech students. As the name suggests “UDAAN- The Flight to Success”, marked the beginning for the students who will be learning the new ways of life. “UDAAN” manifests the boundless boundaries, that each child will surpass in a teaching-learning environment to experience victory and triumph.
Inauguration of the event was done by lighting the lamp by Shri. HarioOm tayal Ji, Chairman PIET, Mr. Suresh Tayal Member BOG, Mr. Rakesh Tayal Member BOG, Director Dr. K.K Paliwal, Dr. Vinay Khatri Head of Department, Applied sciences and Humanities. The Programme began with a very motivational and inspiring short clip on “Humanity and Peace”.
Mr. Suresh Tayal, encouraged the students to be successful engineers by focusing on the practical approach towards engineering. Mr. Rakesh Tayal, addressed the students by motivating them for the ‘Modern day trappings of success’ and how they should not trap themselves in the falsehood of success, rather they should be passionate about learning new things. He focused on ‘Learning by Doing’.
Dr. K.K Paliwal, Director of PIET, expressed his gratitude and love for the newly admitted students. He emphasized that ‘Hard work is the only key to success which will make the Journey of life memorable and beautiful’.
Dr. Vinay Khatri, Head of Department, Applied Sciences and Humanities, extended her guidance and help by informing about the facilities available for the students in the campus. She emphasized on the literal meaning of “UDAAN-The Flight To Success”, which will lead to beautiful journey of success.
Mr. Surya, a Motivational speaker conducted sessions, to make them develop leadership qualities and self-confidence. The Programme ended with a new zeal among the students. They were encouraged for the successful life and a vision of triumph.
Parents and Teachers, both play a significant role in nurturing the child. They both are like the two sides of a same coin. The role of Parents and Teachers go hand in hand. Being synonymous to each other they play their parts accordingly. So, for the very first time in the campus Parents Orientation Programme was organized to develop a healthy and a friendly bond between the parents and teachers where they discussed the common adolescent issues in the modern scenerio. Parents were informed about the various facilities their child will be benefitted with in the campus. The parents were informed about the ERP system, from where they can trace the attendance or other important information of their child.
The Public Speakers from ‘Advait Group’, Delhi came to the institute for the interaction with parents. A ‘Samvaad’ (Interaction of Parents and Teachers) was developed to understand what parenting and teaching means in current world. Various interpretations were unleashed by the parents and teachers. Neha Rajput, a speaker from that foundation emphasized on the all round development of the child. She concludes by saying “In bringing up children, spend on them half as much money and twice as much time”.