Student Induction Program – 2018

ENGINEERING INDUCTION TRAINING PROGRAM-2018

Engineering Induction Training Program for the new entrants in B. Tech. First year was organized by the department of Applied Sciences from 16 July to 3 August, 2018. The Induction Program aimed at providing the students the necessary information and the exposure to perform well during their stay in the college. During the program, students were provided information regarding Research Opportunities,  Academic Initiatives, Job Scenarios and the required skills set, Community Services Initiatives, Entrepreneurship Cell, Sports and Culture Activities. The special focus of the Engineering Induction Training Program was to inculcate the qualities of team spirit and universal human values by encouraging students to introspect and discuss their views in special interactive sessions. To help the students know their purpose in life and remain motivated to achieve their goals special  motivational sessions with industry academia leaders were organized. The prominent among them were Mr. Simerjeet Singh, an International Motivational Speaker, Ms. Tarveen Kaur, a Personal  Performance Coach, Mr. Deepak Vohra, experienced Indian diplomat ambassador, Dr. Pallavi Khanna, a psychologist of repute, Mr. Jatendra Narula who is the AICTE Punjab nominee for Engineering Induction Training Program, Dr. Ramnita Sharda, Associate Professor of English and Dr. Narinder Singh, Associate Professor, Chemistry, IIT Ropar. Few Glimpses:

Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Head Department of Applied Sciences welcomed the new entrants. She highlighted that DAV provides a unique blend of modern scientific knowledge with rich Vedic Arya Samaj Values.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET, welcomed the new entrants to DAVIET campus. He highlighted the fact that that by securing a seat in the Institution the students have taken that initial step towards achieving their goals as DAVIET is a nationally acclaimed institution of Technical education.

Dr. Sonia Chawla, the Vice Principal DAVIET, in her address highlighted that for three weeks the new entrants will be initiated into the DAV Culture  and efforts will be made to forge new ties with the students that will prove to be productive and fruitful.

The chief attraction of the program was the motivational lectures by Mr. Simerjeet Singh on the topic Succeeding in an Ever Changing World.

Day one concluded with the registration of students and the parents interaction with the faculty of the Department of Applied Sciences which was followed by a visit to various labs and the remaining  days were scheduled from early morning till evening by different activities of Yoga, Art & craft and informatory sessions by different Deans, Wardens, Librarian, Cells and clubs of the institute. Few glimpses:

On last day of week there was a tour arranged for the new entrants. In the first week of Engineering Induction Program a recreational tour for  the students was arranged to  Jung-e-azaadi memorial situated on Jalandhar-Amritsar national highway in Kartarpur. the  students came to know about the history of punjab and contribution and sacrifices made by the Punjabi community in Indian independence movement. In the second week a recreational tour for  the students was arranged to “Science City, Kaputhala for the knowledge of scientific facts and engineering trends. Few glimpses:

To inculcate the qualities of team spirit and universal human values and our Indian culture, DAVIET followed the traditional way and decided to perform havan yajna every Tuesday morning during this induction program.

In the Engineering Induction Program last session was scheduled for presentations by the new entrants and their feedback about the program and various informatory sessions arranged for the students. Few glimpses:

The Induction Program was attended by various HODs, Deans and faculty of the institute & the program was concluded by a vote of thanks by  Dr. Kanchan L Singh, HOD, Department of Applied Sciences.






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