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Techno-Rhythm 2013 was organized during 26-27 Feb 2013. It was inaugurated by Dr. K. L. Johar, Ex-Vice Chancellor, Guru Jambeshwar University, Hissar on 26 Feb 2013. Dr. K. L Johar praised the fast changing skyline of the campus and admired the equally fast changing academic profile of the University and congratulated the effective leadership for such achievements.

Event Briefing:

Techno-Rhythm had witnessed a great number of participation from the students of different institutes in different technical and cultural events. A total of 67 technical and cultural events had been organized. A total 55 technical and non–cultural events with 29 UG events, 12 PG events, 12 literary, fine art and other events and 2 events by women cell were the highlights. There were 15 Technical Societies, 5 Non Technical societies, 3 Main cultural societies with 17 cultural groups to organize different technical and cultural events. There were 24 festival management committees consisting of 125 faculty and staff members, 454 student coordinators and organizers to coordinate and organize these events. There were 6988 total registrations for all events which include multiple event registrations by many of the students. Total 25 affiliated and outside institutes registered online and 15 had participated physically in Techno-Rhythm 2013. There were 1105 student participants from DCRUST and about 200 students from affiliated and other institutes. There were 110 winners (1st prizes) in technical and 104 winners (1st prizes) in cultural events and same number of 2nd prize winners respectively. In cultural events there were 10 group/team winners and two individual winners i.e. in Solo dance and solo singing events. There were 105 judges deputed for technical events and 26 judges deputed for cultural events. More than 3000 students have witnessed this mega festival and were present to enjoy different cultural and technical events at different event venues.

The valedictory function held on 27 Feb 2013 with Er. H. S. Chahal as the Chief Guest who extolled the students to develop a personality blend of technical proficiency with leadership which such programmes helps them to imbibe. In pursuit of excellence, he pointed out, that the best does prevail but the second is not a loser but is the one just a hairline short of the first. He distributed the prizes to the winners highlighting the words of de Coubertin founder of the Olympics “The important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle, the essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well” and the motto of Olympics “Faster, Higher, Stronger” which he emphasised to all the participants in the technical and cultural events. Leadership for the conduct of the programmes was provided by Dr. Amita Malik and Er. S. S. Bhinder, for the technical and cultural programmes respectively under the overall supervision of Dr. Dhirendra Singhal, Dean Students Welfare.

During the Sem. Jan2014-June2014 QEEE classes taken by our B.Tech students are given below. Student feedback about these classes is motivating as 80% students are finding these classes highly beneficial for them.