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Udaipur: The 15-day induction program sponsored by the Rajasthan Higher Technical Education Quality Improvement Scheme concluded at CTAE. On the final day, first-year students presented a cultural program featuring dance, songs, poetry recitations, and songs.
Dr. Vikramaditya Dave, the program coordinator, mentioned that this program, which hosted around 350 students, aimed to create an environment where students could completely focus on their studies as if the college were their home in the coming days. Dr. Dave explained that during the 15 days, various competitions were organized, including an essay and impromptu speech competition on "Rajasthan Vision 2030," a quiz and poster competition for Teacher's Day, city and department visits, and lectures by experts on holistic development for the country.
Furthermore, students participated in tree plantation activities on the campus, and they also engaged in both modern and traditional sports.
Dr. Dave highlighted that on the final day, all the winners were honored by Chief Guest Dr. P.C. Jain.
Professor Ajit Kumar Karnatak, Vice-Chancellor, and Professor P.K. Singh, Director, congratulated the students and teachers for the successful organization of the induction program.