Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Hon'ble Sh. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam (A. P. J. Abdul Kalam) - Former President of India had addressed the XXI Convocation of Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Ranchi





Hon'ble Sh. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam (A. P. J. Abdul Kalam) - Former President of India had addressed the XXI Convocation of  Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Ranchi on 24 February 2011. Let's read the words of wisdom written by him for BITians.

https://bitmesra.ac.in/UploadedDocuments/Menu_634342484821346250_KalamSpeech.pdf 

Youths get a push to be ‘unique’
Ranchi, Feb. 24: Former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam today advised youngsters to evolve into unique personalities within the very society that forced them to follow the norm.

“Everybody wants to be unique, but the world around you is doing its best, day and night, to make you just everybody else. So you need to fight the hardest battle and never stop until you arrive at your destined place, that is, a unique you,” Kalam told an audience of youths and mentors as chief guest of the 21st convocation of the prestigious Birla Institute of Technology (BIT), Mesra.

The technical institution today conferred degrees to over 3,000 graduates and postgraduates of various courses. As many as 18 toppers of undergraduate courses were also awarded with gold medals this evening at BIT-Mesra’s Golden Jubilee Auditorium.

Kalam, who had a hectic day attending programmes at Taurian World School and Khel Gaon, also shared the future goals for the country’s development.
“A nation, where the rural and urban divide has reduced to a thin line, where there is equitable distribution and adequate access to energy and quality water and a place where agriculture, industry and service sectors work together...” Kalam revealed his dream for an ideal India during his convocation address.
The gold medalists included Priyadarshini Ghosh (architecture), Rohit Sarkar (bio-technology), Alpana Shrivastava (civil engineering), S. Jyoti (computer science), Ankur Dhanuka (electrical and electronics), Neha Garg (electronics and communications), Indrapal Singh (information technology), and Tulika Kumari (mechanical), among others.

BIT Mesra vice chancellor Ajay Chakrabarty presented a report of the institute, which delved at length on its new programmes, research collaborations, infrastructure development and campus placements.
Of the 3,366 students who were awarded degrees and diplomas in various disciplines, 88 received post-matriculation three-year diplomas, 2,371 received graduate certificates, while 883 earned postgraduate degrees, besides 24 PhDs.



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Courtesy:- Telegraph Newspaper Website

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Rashika - third semester student of B.Sc. (animation and multimedia) designed a cartoon bird character for 2D animation

Article about latest (emerging) career options in Hindustan newspaper dated 24july 2015. Notice the name of BIT

Article about latest (emerging) career options in Hindustan newspaper dated 24july 2015. Notice the name of BIT. Birla Institute of Technology has always been acknowledged and admired by newspapers (news, reports etc.), survey results by reputed organisations for its Animation and Multimedia and other courses as well. BIT Mesra is first University to start Animation and Multimedia course in India.
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