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Nagpur: Former RCOEM students donate blood, plasma at camp organised by alumni association
Ramdeobaba Alumni Connect Association committee members, organisers and donors during the blood and plasma donation camp held at RCOEM in Nagpur
With an intention to do their bit during the COVID-19 crisis, former students of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCEOM) in Nagpur donated blood and plasma at a camp organised by Ramdeobaba Alumni Connect Association (RACA) on May 15 and May 16 at the college premises.
At the camp, which was conducted with the help of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Dr Hedgewar Blood Bank, peer groups, college alumni along with their family members came forward in good numbers to donate plasma and blood. All donors were given separate slot timings to maintain social distancing. Similarly, separate arrangements were made for the walk-ins at the venue.
While the camp was inaugurated by Rajesh Loya, Mahanagar Sanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) inaugurated the camp, Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCOEM, and Dr RS Pande, Principal, RCOEM, were prominently present during the occasion.
Addressing the gathering, Rajesh Loya, who’s also a prominent chartered accountant, said that blood donation is the most generous donation a common man can do for the society. Loya also praised the contribution of young volunteers and alumni committee members.
RACA committee members Nilesh Panpaliya (Chairman), Rahul Laddhad (Vice-Chairman), Tushar Marghade (Advisor), Sachin Pund (Secretary), Vipul Murarka (Treasurer), Kamal Agrawal, Twinkle Thakur, Mrudula Korde and Gorakh Sirisikar, NM Deshkar, PD Pachpor along with alumni team led by Vinay Chawla, Mayur Jaju, Sankalp Tiwari, Akhil Rathi, Lalit Gandhi, J Sudhakar, Sameer Sahu and other volunteers performed assigned tasks for the success of the camp.
RSS team members P Shekhar (Gittikhadan Bhag Sanghchalak), Ravindra Bokhare (Mahanagar Sahkaryawah), Sanjay Joglekar (Mahanagar Sah Seva Pramukh), Kshitij Gupta, Abhishek Mishra, Ganesh Reddy and Harsh Bhalavi, also helped in organising the camp.
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Management conclave held at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management in Nagpur
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Nagpur organized management conclave ‘SYMCHARCHA’ on 23rd Sep 2022. This event has been organized by Corp connect team of SIBM Nagpur for sharing knowledge about the latest trends and needs of the industry.
The program started with lighting the lamp by the dignitaries and the address by Director SIBM-Nagpur, Dr Shrirang Altekar.
The program was graced by several senior executives from the industry with names like Shailesh Wadhankar, VP Salesforce, Persistent; Capt. Pranab Prasoon Thakur, head HR, Hindustan Coca Cola Ltd.; Sajesh Jyothiprakash, VP JP Morgan;
Mr. Shailesh Wadhankar while addressing the students, elaborated about change in working pattern post pandemic. He focused on the challenges that the industry is facing in bringing back people to workplace.
Capt. Pranab Prasoon Thakur emphasized on focusing on learning new skills and also on team work. He correlated the army discipline with the success of business. He further elaborated on leading by setting an example. He also shared as how covid taught us that we have to go with the flow sometimes as we don’t have any solution for a situation.
Sajesh Jyothiprakash shared his experience as to how technology plays an important role in today’s environment. He also focused on various investment patterns, market analysis of latest trends etc. He motivated students to develop their skills and focus on their goals.
All the sessions were followed by question and answer by students and faculties to all the dignitaries present.
The day ended with learnings and sharing of experiences.
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Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College celebrates Engineer’s Day in Nagpur
Civil Engineering Department celebrated Engineer’s Day 2022, followed by Guest Lecture under ARTEX Forum in association with Institution of Engineers (India) Students’ Chapter on September 17.
Civil Engineering Department of Tulsiramji Gaikwad–Patil College of Engineering and Technology, (an autonomous Institute) Nagpur, celebrated Engineer’s Day 2022 followed by Guest Lecture by the invited Chief Guest for the event Dr Srikant Annavarapu, Director, Master Geotech Services Pvt. Ltd, Nagpur. The expert has highlighted the role of engineers in nation building, infrastructure development and taking the leadership towards achieving sustainable development goals.
He also motivated the students to take final year project as a challenge to solve real life practical problems. The targeted objectives of the project should be to provide efficient solutions to the problems of society with locally available resources.
Dr. Mohan Gaikwad-Patil, Chairman GPG, Prof. Sandeep Gaikwad, Treasurer, GPGI, Dr A V Kale, Principal, Prof. Pragati Patil, Vice-Principal, appreciated the faculty members for their inspirational work done and congratulated the students for active participation in the Guest Lecture as well as for the successful completion of the program. Efforts taken by Prof. Aasif Baig, Head of Civil Engineering Department, Prof. Panna Lal Kurmi, Program Coordinator, Prof. Divyani Harpal, Prof. Sanjay Bhadke, Prof. Amey Khedikar, Prof. Mohitsingh Katoch, Prof. Priyanka Petkar; proved instrumental in conducting the program successfully. Prof. Divyani Harpal did anchoring for the program successfully. All faculty members and students of TGPCET attended Guest Lecture prominently.
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