• TechnoSaga 2K16 with lots of action....
  • ICIREMPS 2K16 in full swing !
  • "Father of Brahmosh Missile" Addressing our Group !
  • Campus Placement of TCS !
  • Run Bhopal Run marathon contest !
  • Campus placement by INDIAN NAVY !
  • Spiritual atmosphere with the presence of Gurus of various sect !
  • Renowned Scientist and star of our nation !
On a somewhat superficial level, it simply means projecting a welcoming and friendly attitude to each and every student. It means being more helpful when they ask for assistance or come to faculty and staff with concerns. It means reaching out to students and creating an environment in which they feel valued.
It only takes one careless comment or one example of red tape to turn off a student to our Institute particularly prospective students. Unfortunately, we have too many examples of red tape and bureaucracy across campus.

We need to break down those barriers.

As an institution, we need to be courteous, patient, and positive whenever 
we deal with students. We need to send a consistent and insistent message that they come first. Merely being friendly, though, will only get us so far.

If we have made the decision to accept a student into the university, we should do everything in our power to keep that student here, and to make that student successful. One of the major roadblocks students face is the ability to afford an engineering education. The cost of higher education has been on the rise nationwide since the mid 2008s, increasing in the past two decades at a pace that far exceeds that of inflation. This is a problem all across the country, as higher education increasingly prices itself out of reach for those who would benefit the most from it: low-income students.

Toward this end, I always want to keep these students in mind when balancing our need for resources and future development. We do not, and will not, take tuition and fee increases lightly. I want to be able to say that no student will be denied a degree in engineering education because of his or her pocketbook. I’ll do everything in my power to keep it that way.

Finances, though, are not the only reason students drop out or transfer. We also have to respect our students enough to invite them into a challenging and exciting academic environment while at the same time providing them with the support they need to succeed. The quality of student-faculty interaction must be high, involving opportunities for students to participate in active and collaborative learning. They also need access to meaningful educational experiences, such as conducting research or studying abroad. While we offer this learning environment, it can always be strengthened and improved.

How do we increase our graduation and retention rates?

We do it by closely monitoring year-to-year changes and studying the impact of different interventions on student outcomes; by examining the graduations rates of different student populations; and by continuously asking ourselves what can be improved. This goes for high income, low income, minority, or majority students. We can’t act as though every student comes from the same background and has the same needs, the same preparation, and the same expectations and understandings.

They don’t.

This may also require more ‘intrusive’ counselling, which requires counsellors to be more actively watching over students, rather than simply waiting for them to ask for help. It means identifying and engaging students who are at risk of dropping out. It may also mean putting more freshmen in learning communities where they receive more individual instruction and more academic support from their peers.

In short, whatever it takes, that’s what we must do.

That’s what it means to put students first.

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01). Students from civil branch SIRTS appeared for Final HR interview of Aster dependable services at Hyderabad.

02). Pre final year students participated in programming contest of persistant and 8 students of SIRTs cleared first round of competition and appeared next round of contest held at RGPV on 18th March.

03). Three MBA students selected in Shivshakti Pvt.Ltd

04). Shri Saneep Jain of Civil selected in Aster, Hyderabad

05). 06 BE students selected in ITW

06). 04 BE students selected in Zensar

08). 02 BE students selected in Ideavate

09). 02 BE students selected in Impetus

10). 01 BE student selected in Persistent

11). 01 BE student selected in Enercon

12). 01 BE student selected in Gammon I Ltd.

13). 01 BE student selected in ISC Software

14). 25 MBA students selected in Pentacle Software

15). 12 MBA students selected in Idea 3G

16). 03 MBA students selected in L&T Finance

17). 02 MBA students selected in Karvy Stock Broking

18). 07 MBA students selected in HDFC

19). 08 Pharmacy students selected in Mankind

20). 06 Pharmacy students selected in Thyrocare

21). 03 Pharmacy students selected in Dr. Reddy

22). 2 BE students selected in Avaya

23). 1 BE student selected in ETA Ascon

24). 1 MBA student selected in Godrej

25). 1 MBA student selected in Vardhaman

26). 1 MBA student selected in India Mart

27). 10 MBA students selected in Reliance HR Services

28). 10 MBA students selected in Tikona Digital Networks

29). 1 BE student selected in ISMT Ltd.

30). 4 BE students selected in Crompton Greaves

31). 6 MBA & B.Pharm. students selected in Invida

32). 1 MBA student selected in Cyber Tech

33). 18 MBA students selected in DNA Infoline

34). 10 MBA students short-listed in Bank of America

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