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TRULY TRADITIONAL @ BVRIT Narsapur

trad 1B.V. Raju Institute of Technology (BVRIT),  Narsapur  celebrated Traditional Day on the 7th of January, 2015. The program was organized on the occasion of  Sankranthi.  The Chief Guest for the occasion was Sri T Harish Rao garu, Minister for Major Irrigation & Rural Development. The Guests of honor include Sri Madan Reddy, MLA-Narsapur, Kotha Prabhakar Reddy, MP, Medak, Sri Murali Yadav garu, et al.  It started off with a short talk by the Chairman sir on the Telangana tradition and culture.  It was a colorful day in the campus. The girls and boys looked their best in traditional attire. Rangoli, Kite Making, Kite flying, Traditional walk, Nail art, Mehendi, Utti, Tug of War were some of the interesting events.  Students synchronised their movements to the traditional music of dandia and later enjoyed the pot breaking (Utti) event. The excitement of the day was held high by a flash mob at the end. Fun, frolic and loads of laughter filled the day in the campus. It was a refreshing and rejuvenating experience for the students. 

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Two day International workshop on “Science, Technology and Society”

navya 1A Two day International Workshop on “Towards Innovating Engineering for Society Curriculum” was held at B. V. Raju Institute of Technology (BVRIT), Narsapur during 21-22 November, 2014 and was convened by Prof. Laxminarsaiah, Dean Academics, BVRIT. It is a kick start initiative under “NAVYA (Narsapur Abhivruddi Vikas Yojana)” a BVRIT community outreach program. 

The workshop essentially brought a diverse set of philosophers, researchers and “social scientists” from around the world to one platform that put various thoughts into one perspective “Science, Technology & Society (STS)”. The objective of the workshop was to outline the need of shaping an engineer to be able to empathize with basic societal problems and provide a simple and tangible solution through the application of their knowledge.
The participants included the team from Maastricht University, Netherlands, patrons of Knowledge in Civil Society (KICS) and senior faculty from Sri Vishnu Educational Institutions (SVES) in Hyderabad and Bhimavaram. The chief facilitators of the workshop were Prof. Dr. IR. W.E. Bijker, Professor of Technology & Society, Maastricht University, Netherlands, Sri Ravichandran Rajagopal, Vice Chairman, SVES and Mr. Kantha Reddy, Director, Operation-India. Speakers in the workshop comprised Dr. Julia Quartz, lecturer Maastricht University Science, Technology and Society studies (MUSTS) program, Mrs. Annapurna Mamidipudi, doctorate student, MUSTS program, members of Knowledge in Civil Society including Prof. Prajit K Basu, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hyderabad, Prof. C Shambu Prasad, Professor in the Rural Management and Development and Strategic Management at the Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar, Mr. N Sreekumar, eminent member PRAYAS and Mr. Joseph, Research Associate, KICS. Dr. Guntuku Dileep Kumar, Global Leader, Knowledge Sharing and Innovation and Director, Center of Excellence in ICT Innovations for Agriculture, Dr.A.R. Phani, Managing Director, Nano-RAM Technologies, Mr. Srikanth Thirumalasetti, NPDP (New Product Development Professional) were the special invitees of the workshop.

navya 2Dr. Wiebe Bijker emphasized on understanding a social problem from the user’s perspective and building a solution around it otherwise an engineer becomes a mere technician, Dr. Julia quoted “looking through different lenses”, while empathizing with a situation or a problem. Mrs. Annapurna gave an example of the design of a beautiful bottle opener with intricate art work on it but of no use, as it was not serving the purpose of opening a bottle, indicating the importance of the involvement of the end user in designing a solution. Mr. Sreekumar spoke about capacity building of local groups to enhance the efficient usage of energy for sustainable development. Dr. Shambhu Prasad quoted his classmate from IIT Madras who showed no interest in class room learning but succeeded as a real engineer by building a rural ATM that caters to the masses hinting at following one’s passion will lead to triumph. Mr. Joseph Satish put forth the thought process of a student in different situations and the risks involved in STS.

The Workshop encompassed illustrative brainstorming sessions on how an engineering student should/can approach a social problem, risks involved in trying to solve a societal problem, open panel discussions on the outcomes of including STS as a part of the curriculum, type of pedagogy, training a teacher on STS courses and the impact that it can bring to the society.

The spirit exhibited during the workshop was extremely inspirational, thought provoking and definitely stands as a beacon to guide upcoming engineers to build a saner society. The two day workshop showcasing exemplary team effort concluded on a positive note of sketching out STS curriculum for SVES institutions and implementing it from the academic year 2015-16.