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Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Creative Arts & Cultural Society

Creative arts and Cultural Society, MNIT Jaipur organized Dandiya night, 'Ghume Eno Garbo' that marks the celebration of Navratri. This event is a symbol of unity among the youth of the institute.
The fun and frolic event of Dandiya night commenced around 6:00pm in the evening of 24th September 2016 with the lighting of lamp and a traditional puja by the chief guest Mrs. Poonam Gupta, Ms. Nanny Tripathi (Associate Dean, CACS/AA) and Ms. Kalpana Pandit (Coordinator, CACS). As the evening progressed, more students filed into central lawn to join the celebration with the total attendance being around 1500 students.
The delightful sight of energetic light-footed young boys and girls swirling in graceful rhythmic Garba and enthusiastically playing Dandiya evoked admiration among all present there. Traditional Garba music, Dandiya numbers along with some peppy Bollywood songs kept everyone glued to the dance floor all throughout the evening till the very end of the event.
The event was concluded by the chief guests announcing the 'Dandiya Tittles' and awarding prizes to the winners of the same. The students enjoyed the event thoroughly and the event was a grand success.
A cleanliness drive was organized by National Service Scheme (NSS) -MNIT, Jaipur on September 10, 2016, under the aegis of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' in the campus during the morning hours 8:00- 10:00.
The faculty coordinator was Dr. H. P. Tiwari and Dr. Nitin Gupta along with their whole NSS team assemble near Dispensary around 7.30 AM. The event saw participation of more than 110 B.Tech. and M.Tech. students who was registered in the NSS wing of MNIT Jaipur.
All the participants were provided with masks, gloves, brooms and dustpans to carry out the necessary cleaning at different locations within the campus. The students were divided into three groups and sent to various places along with the required equipment. The first group went to the Government Primary School and removed the waste from its premises. The second group cleaned the opened Laboratories and Corridors of the various department. They also lent a hand in cleaning the corridors and nearby areas of various other Departments of the Institute.
The third group undertook cleaning in and around the Dispensary of our Institute thereby collecting and dumping the plastic waste including bottles, wrappers, etc. The drive was a huge success and the response of the participants was very appreciable and inspiring. We hope to organize more such activities in near future.
A patriotic song competition was organized on 23rd August 2016 by the Music Society, in which large number of students participated in full enthusiasm.
The program was also attended by few invited guests from MNIT. The participants performed the most popular patriotic song compositions by master composers of Indian cinema. The performances of students were enthralling for the august audience. The competition was judged by Dr. Bandana Chakraborty, a well-known singer and Mr. Karan Singh, a dynamic music composer. Results for three best singers were announced based on the assessment of judges.
The program was also graced with patriotic song performances by the judges and few invited guests. The judges also interacted with the students and explained the intricacies of different ragas and Hindustani classical music.
On 22nd August 2016, "Slogan writing & Debate competition" was organized by the Literary Society. The language for Slogan Writing was Hindi on the topics "Indian freedom struggle", "Developing India" and "Independent India". Topic for Debate was; "Can Patriotism be taught in the educational institutions?". In Hindi- "क्या राष्ट्र प्रेम और राष्ट्रभक्क्ि का पाठ शैक्षणिक संस्थानों में पढ़ाया जा सका है?" The debate participants were free to speak either in English or Hindi for/against the topic.
A total of 15 students participated in slogan writing out of which 4 participants bagged prizes. Twenty students took part in the debate competition and three were declared winner and runners up. The students, participants and the members present including the Judges and faculty coordinators enjoyed the events and the hearts of everyone present were proud with patriotic feelings towards the nation.

On 19th August 2016, the play 'Umeed Ek nayi subah ki ' was organized by the Dramatics Society at Mini Auditorium. The play filled the students and faculty with national sentiment. The play tackled the issue of the struggle between Maoists and the government which has caused a lot of misery and apathy. They presented the viewpoints on the issue from various perspectives. This brought out the solution to the problem and thus a new daylight of peace for a better society.
The first rays of 15th August fell on Prabha Bhawan, where a troop of staff and students were looking after all the preparation with enthusiasm. Prabha Bhawan was filled with an essence of patriotism as the celebration of Independence Day 2016 was graced by the presence of more than 500 students, faculty members and staff members. As the clock struck 8, the celebration of Independence Day started to roll with the unfurling of the National Flag and everyone singing the National Anthem of India. It was followed by the Independence Day parade by home guards of the institute. Respected Director Sir, Prof. A.B. Gupta hoisted the national flag of India making everyone proud and honoured. As the National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana" filled the air with the rips of patriotism, we looked back to our fore fathers and ancestors, those freedom fighters who traded their lives for the freedom of our nation. The National Anthem was followed by patriotic songs sung by the students of our college .On a final note, respected Director Sir, Prof. A.B. Gupta delivered a speech, that gave an insight on the various improvements in the college. The program was concluded with sweets distribution among all the guests.
The Orientation Programme for the First Year Students 2016-17 was conducted from (27-29)th , July-2016 in Prabha Bhawan to mark the beginning of the new session. All the special dignitaries of the institute were present during the Orientation Programme. The main objective of the programme was to make the students familiar with the activities of the institute and the faculty members before starting their journey to become engineers.
Many parents attended the session and were provided with information & satisfactory answers regarding their apprehensions about the institute.
The Director, all the Deans and senior faculty members attended this programme and gave their valuable recommendations and ideas for the future of the students.
The orientation programme comprised of sessions on Plantation-Drive, Campus-Visit, Club-Orientation, Cleanliness-Drive, Yoga etc. in which students actively participated. There were invited lectures by DR. AMBIKA PRATAP SINGH and Mr. ARVIND KAUL to motivate students as they begin their new journey and they were enlightened towards the working of their specific branches like Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Computer Science etc. and the challenges they will face during the course. MS. ROOPLATA SAHU, consulting psychologists from Vishakha Group for Woman Education & Research, briefed students about their transition from school to institute and about future challenges imbibing the values of collaboration and cooperation.
Students were also taught the technological advancements made by DRM Indian Railways, Jaipur and the concessions being provided to students. The orientation programme concluded with a cultural-program performed for fresher's of MNIT by existing students.
JCI Jaipur Colours in association with CACS, MNIT Jaipur organized an IDEATION WORKSHOP in MNIT on 19 Feb 2016. It was a unique workshop which taught students the basics behind generating an idea for a start-up or an enterprise.
The workshop was taken by Mr. Ayush Agrawal, co-founder, Indiameds & Health Advisors and Ms. Prachi Mittal, Business Development Head, Avanti Learning Centre and Mr. Sharad Bansal, Founder, Srjna. Around 60 students participated in the workshop. The students were divided in a team of 6 students each. Each team was provided with a newspaper and they were taught to search the idea from our day to day problems. Then the students were taught how to proceed with the idea and come up with a business plan. In the end 3 top teams were given an opportunity to come up on stage and pitch their idea. The winners were awarded with goodies and certificates.
A lecture and demonstration session of Sitar was organized by the Dance and Music Society (CACS) on February 3, 2016. Sitarist of International fame, Dr. Shiva Vyas, graced the occasion. Dr. Vyas mesmerized us with an outstanding performance of Sitar. She enlightened the members of the music society about the various notes and ragas during the beautiful performance.
The session was highly interactive in nature with Dr. Vyas enhancing knowledge of the participants. The director, Prof. I.K. Bhat, also made his gracious presence. The program was coordinated by secretaries and executives of the society, faculty members Dr. Preeti Bhatt and Dr. Sumanata Meher fully assisted in successful coordination of the program.
Technical Society, CACS, MNIT, Jaipur organized one of a kind, event named "EUREKA -BUG" for the students who possess the coding skills in the various languages to show their interest in the coding and to debug the problems given. The students must have the basic language skills as it become a part of day to day activity now a days.
The participant have to participate individually and in the 1st round they have to clear the written quiz of basic language testing.
The main idea of the event was to excel in the debugging skill of the participant and learn the new languages. The main languages are:
C, C++ and JAVA
The event was conducted smoothly and it was a huge success.
Technical Society, CACS, MNIT Jaipur organized one of a kind, a very unique event named "TECH-AURA" for the bright minds of M.N.I.T. to showcase their innovative and technical ideas for the betterment of the villages and the nation.
The participants had to make a team of any number of students (maximum 7) or they could participate individually and think of an original and innovative idea among any of the following topics:
-> Rural development
-> How to implement-
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan
Digita lndia
Swachh Bharat
-> Industrial development
-> Healthcare development
-> Educational development
Event Tech-aura organized by the TECHNICAL SOCIETY, CACS concluded successfully.
The constitution day in MNIT was celebrated on 21st November 2015. It was celebrated a week earlier due to final day examination on 26th November 2015. Even though it was so close to the examination numerous students from various branches and all years had participated for the competitions.
The students had two activities namely the ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION> and a DEBATE COMPITITON.
The topic for the ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION was "Importance of implementation of constitution in a democracy".
This topic had lit the writing bird in all the students as they all wrote very well on the topic.
The topic for the Debate was "Need of frequent constitutional amendment".
The students spoke with a lot of enthusiasm and battled in rebuttal rounds for winning extra points in the debates.
This day not only made students work for the competitions but they also learnt the importance of the constitution and the important role it plays in the development of our country.
Mr. Prem Rawat came to address the students of MNIT on 5th November 2015. The preparation for this event had started a week before by the Youth Peace Foundation team as they came and interacted with the students throughout the day by making them play various games.
Mr. Prem Rawat had spoken on "Technology for Peace" and it was very well received topic by the audience.
The total number of students and teachers that had attended event crossed over 1500.
After his speech there was a rather interactive session between the students and Mr. Prem Rawat as he answered their questions and looking from the student's response they were quite satisfied with the answers.
The Students learnt the importance of the peace and the important role it plays in the development of our country.
FINE ARTS SOCIETY organized a "TSHIRT DESIGNING EVENT" on 5th November 2015. Students were given plain white T-Shirts of different sizes which were required to be painted using fabric colors. About 110 students from first and second year participated actively in the competition including PhD and M.tech Scholars too. The event was a huge success and the role of FINE ARTS SOCIETY (CACS) in it was greatly praised
MNIT Technical Society, CACS organized the most popular event of civil engineering "Bridge-O-Mania". This intra college event mainly measures innovative and designing skills of students. Participants have to design a new and strongest design to win the blockbuster event.
A workshop was organized by the Dance and Music Society (CACS) on 27th October 2015 for bringing the flair of classical music back to youth, covering the beautiful performances by the artist and teaching the basics to the members of Music Society. Internationally acclaimed Santoor maestro Pt. Abhay Rustom Sopori with Uastad Akram Khan on Tabla took us with delight. We were extremely delighted to have the distinguished guests who took us to the learning sphere of music. There was loud encore but alas, the event had to come to an end. The program was coordinated by Secretaries and Executives of society, faculty co-ordinators Dr. Preeti Bhatt & Dr. Sumanta Meher fully assisted in successful coordination of the program.
Film & Photography Club organized a special class on FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY on 9 October 2015. The session was taken by MAHESH SWAMI Sir, professional in photography from MNIT. Approximately 50 students have attended his class and he gave a sessions on basic and professional photography to the students.
Technical Society, CACS organized an event called "Webcraft", a website designing competition to bring out the web designing talent hidden in the students of MNIT Jaipur.
The event consisted of 2 rounds. In round 1, 1 hour written quiz was carried out on 30th Sep 2015. In round 1 shortlisted students were given a task to make a live website.
The feedback from the students was really good and they liked the competition a lot.
The winners was awarded with a cash prize of INR 2000, INR 1500 and INR 1000 each.
On Tuesday, September 29, 2015 a Tabla workshop was organized by Dance and Music society, MNIT. The Tabla is regarded as the queen of the drums and the percussion instruments and is the most popular Indian rhythm instrument. Tabla and percussion artist of international fame, disciple of Pt. Kishan Maharaj, Pt. Himanshu Mahant took us with delight. Along with this Harmonium was also played and taught. The rhythms and the beats of the instruments resonated around the campus and the attendance and response from the auditions was overwhelming. We were extremely delighted to have the distinguished guests who took us to the learning sphere of music. There was loud encore but alas, the event had to come to an end. The program was coordinated by Secretaries and Executives of society, faculty coordinators Dr Preeti Bhatt & Dr Sumanta Meher fully assisted in successful coordination of the program.
Dr. Kapil Pareek Sir, Assistant Professor of Centre of Energy and Environment who is a professional in photography took a class for FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY students on 29-09-2015. Approximately 80 students attended his class and he gave a session on basics skills and editing skills for photography to the students. The session was very helpful for the students and they learnt many new concepts and skills.
CACS organized Rangeelo Raas Garba Dandiya'15 in MNIT on 27th September 2015. This event was organised for the first time in MNIT where more than 1000 students had arrived to play dandiya and garba.
The students had a gala time as they danced to the traditional music of Gujarat and the event was very well recieved.
For the event we also had a dandiya stick seller who visited our college regularly and we also had a person to supply the traditional dresses on rent to the students.
The organizing team had also put up a photobooth which was taken care by the photography and film society, also the decorations of the day were done by the fine arts society.
The students enjoyed a lot during the event and the event was a huge success.
Film & Photgraphy Club installed a photobooth with various Gujrati props on the event of 'RANGEELO RAAS DANDIYA NIGHT' on 27 September 2016 at Central Lawn, MNIT. More than 2000 students took part in the event. It was a new and unique concept for the crowd and the students were very excited to get their pictures clicked with the props and the background.
Recently FINE ARTS SOCIETY (CACS) organized a "PROP DESIGNING EVENT" on 26th September 2015. Students were given clay pots of different shapes and sizes which were required to decorate in a traditional way through paints, mirrors and laces. Also they were to prepare cultural wall hangings with mirrors, laces and bells. About 50 students from first and second year participated actively in the competition. The event aimed at involving students in cultural activities and also the stuff prepared became a major part of decoration of "RANGEELO RAAS DANDIYA". The event was a huge success and the role of FINE ARTS SOCIETY in it was greatly praised.
SPIC MACAY Society organized performance of PURULIYA CHHAU dance by artists TARAPAD RAJJAK & GROUP on 25thSeptember 2015.
Dance belongs to Bengal tradition in which artists presents many ancient stories of India like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Shivpuran, Mahishasur Vaddha etc. Chhau dance is a genre of Indian tribal martial dance which is popular in the Indian states of Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal. It originated as a martial art and contains vigourous movements and leaps. Some chhau dances use large stylish masks. Depiction of birds and animals is a distinctive feature.
The program was a huge success with audience around 150, not only MNIT people witnessed, there were also viewers from outside MNIT.
On 12th of September, MNIT witnessed the singing and music of Banaras tradition.
Occasion was an evening of classical music organized by SPIC MACAY society under the SPIC MACAY Jaipur chapter.
The performing artists were SHRI RITESH AND RAJNEESH MISHRA, sons of the living legends Pt. Rajan Mishra and Pt. Sajan Mishra. They are known for their ability to create heavenly music that soothes the mind, body and soul, hail from the ancient city of Banaras and represent the tradition of Banaras Gharana named after the city. They are skilled with rich knowledge of Indian Ragas; the duos render Khayal, Tappa, Tarana Bhajans and other classical forms, casting a spell on the audience.
The program started with vilambit teen taal composition in raag puriya dhanashree followed by duet composition "Payaliya jhankar mori". There was also an interactive session with the students related to their art. Next part was to sing a composition with audience and then they concluded with a bhajan. On tabla Shubh maharaj was fabulous and on harmonium Pt. Kanta Prasad Mishra gave effective accomplishment. The program was witnessed by about 120 students and faculties.
Music speaks what cannot be expressed soothes the mind and gives it rest. To justify this, a solo singing competition was organized by the Dance and Music Society, MNIT on 8th Sept 2015. The rhythms and the beats of the solo singing competition resonated around the campus and the attendance and response from the auditions was overwhelming.
The songs presented in the solo singing competition included some great hits like "Let Her Go"-passengers "Abhi Mujh Mein kahin" –Agnipath propitiated the audience. Some students performed along with instrument like guitar. Guests and the audience swayed with delight and applauded in appreciation.
The competition was judged by Mrs. Bhavna Bhatt and Mr. Mahesh Dangi. The participants were judged on three aspects such as Stage performance, Melody and coordination with music. Solo Singers sang with confidence and spread an aura of pleasant harmony which enthralled the audience. The singing was unparalleled and the songs sung by the participants gave them a completely new dimension. There was loud encore but alas, the competition had to come to an end. In the results were announced and the first position was bagged by Aparna Sahoo.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a national campaign by the Government of India, covering 4041 statutory towns, to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country. The campaign was officially launched on 2 October 2014 at Rajghat, New Delhi, by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.
CleaNIT is an initiative taken by the students of Malaviya National 0f Technology Jaipur as they took it upon themselves to clean the roads of our college.
CleaNIT was organized on 15th August 2015. The students were asked to come in teams of 5 and a total of 125 students came. They were supplied with brooms, garbage disposal bags, hand gloves, masks and sanitizers. The students displayed great enthusiasm and spirit to make the campus clean and contribute in making India cleaner.
The students were later awarded with certificates.


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