“JOSH” 9th to 14th May, 2011

The ever first event of College of Engineering was held from 9th May to 14th May 2011 entitled Josh’2011. The function was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chancellor Mr. Suresh Jain, Group Vicechancellor Mr. Manish Jain, Vice- Chancellor Prof. R.K Mittal, Registrar Prof. R.K Mudgal, Director of COE Brig. V.K Pande and Assistant Registrar of COE Mr. V. P Jain. Ab initio, the students participated in Mehandi, Rangoli and Technical Exhibition and each event
was appreciated by the present dignitaries and scholars. Going ahead in the vigor of Josh’11, the students participated enthusiastically in Kite-Flying, Poster-making, Debate and Face-painting. At the same time, sports activities- Cricket, Volley-ball, Badminton, Basket-ball etc. were also organized from the day one and students showed a great interest in all these activities proving their capabilities and abilities in both in-door and out-door games. In subsequent three days, some new events- Table-tennis, Chess, Carom, Dancing and Singing charmed the audience in full swing. A cricket match was also organized between management personnel and faculty, College of Engineering to boost up the game spirit and facilitate the faculty members. Students showed a great interest in the new challenges like Roadies, which was an eyecatcher for all the audience. At last, Josh’11 reached its zenith and the day of celebration came in the form of cultural evening which was again encouraged and cherished by dignitaries. Director of College of Engineering took a creative step ahead along with the students and led the fashion parade. He was the first person with his wife to come on the ramp to encourage the students this
way. This evening of colours and creativity was followed by dinner and D. J. Josh’11 was planned to give a platform to the students apart from academics for developing team-spirit, functional capacity and feeling of brotherhood among them. Consequently all the programs were appreciated and received a loud applaud. Josh’11 proved a successful program in all the dimensions. Students got the opportunity to give vent to their talent. This was in fact the aim of Josh’11 too.

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