Aaruni 2019

Aaruni 2019, the official fresher’s party of the newly admitted first year students marked its beginning on 22nd September 2019. This year’s theme was “THE MYSTIC CHAOS”. The event went on for a week; the whole week consisted of a plethora of group, class as well as individual activities and competitions.


The first day of the 6-day event was Happy Hours! SRC along with Team Aaruni organized inter-class sports competitions for sports like volleyball, throw ball, football, basketball among others. The amazing competitive spirit was seen among the students for their respective sections. Students of each and every class were seen following certain dress codes like bands, caps etc. Once all the sports activities were held, students gathered in the Open Air Theatre for a surprise prepared for them by the students of Dance, Drama and Music club. The three clubs performed with such a high level of energy that it made all the tiredness of the day fade away. On this note, the day came to an end.

 The following day, Impera i.e. the personality contest for the titles of Mr Impera and Ms Impera began. The contest took part in five rounds. The first round was the ‘Paper round’ wherein every participant had to answer a question paper based on his/her opinion. The second and third rounds were the Aptitude test and Group Discussion which tested their general awareness. The fourth round was a surprise one. This year students were told to sell a product or take part in an extempore. The students who cleared all these rounds made their way to the Personal Interview session which was scheduled on 26th September. After all these grilling rounds three girls and three boys were selected for the final round that was the Stage round that had taken place on 27th September. Judges were invited for the final round. Hon. General Secretary, RCOEM Shri. Govindlalji Agarwal and Principal Dr. Rajesh Pande graced the event by their presence.

Apart from these daily contests, to ensure the participation of each and every student, daily tasks were given to each class. Maximum participation and enthusiasm of the students during all the planned activities filled the atmosphere with joy. These tasks were then judged and points were granted accordingly to every section. These points were then summed up to find the winner of the Best Section Prize.


The final day of Aaruni i.e. 27th September was the Cultural Night.  After the completion of the stage round of Impera, the most awaited element of the event began. The first performance was made by the members of Music Club followed by the Drama and the Dance Club. Apart from the club members, the students were selected in the category of Dance and Ramp walk during the Cultural Auditions for this day. After the performances, the winners of Mr and Ms Impera, Best section and Best dressed were awarded.  Sanskar Jain was crowned as Mr Impera and Mrudani Deosthali bagged the title of Miss. Impera. The best section award was won by Section F. Miss Rutuja Bhavsar and Mr Himanshu Yadav were given the Best Dressed award.


After the Prize Distribution ceremony, students proceeded towards the dining area where they had a sumptuous dinner, the menu of which was liked by the students. Towards the end of the event every student of first year was gifted with a memento of Aaruni 2019.


The following faculty members were present during the Aaruni cultural program 2019.  Dr. A. V. Bharati, Dr. Sanjogta Meshram, Dr. Priti Mangrulkar, Dr. Meenal Joshi, Dr. Monika Seth Dr.Vijaya Hucche,  Dr. Renuka Nafdey, Prof. Akanksha Deshpande, Prof. Kavita Kalambe, Prof Shraddha Sukhadeve,  Prof. Nidhi Purohit, Prof. Amruta Pande,  Dr. G. R. Potey, Dr. C. P. Pandhurnekar, Dr. S.  S. Butoliya, Dr. Prafula Bagde, Prof. Mohan G. Trivedi,  Dr. Prasanna Kulkarni, Prof, Nilesh Korde, Prof. Pankaj Sawarkar and Dean SRC Dr. Y. M. Sonkhaskar.


The program was well managed and coordinated by Yash Khandelwal, Cultural Secretary SRC along with the entire team SRC and team Aaruni’19. The event was conducted and received with great zeal and enthusiasm.

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Gyanodaya’19 Inaugurated

Gyanodaya’19- “Education is a lifetime idea that will develop your character”-Swami Bhramhasthanandji

Tuesday 6th August, 2019, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management hosted GYANODAYA 2019, the Induction Program for First Year Engineering & MBA Integrated students. The function was inaugurated by lighting the traditional lamp at the hands of Swami Shri. Bramhasthanandji, President, Ramkrishna Math, Nagpur, Chief Guest for the occasion, Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar, Vice Chairman, RCOEM, Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal, Vice Chairman & President of the function, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM, Shri. Kailash Chandra Agrawal, Secretary RCOEM, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCOEM, Shri Ashok kumar Pacheriwala, Tresurer, RCOEM, Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal, Dr. Y. M. Sonkhaskar, Dean Students’ Representative Council (SRC) and Dr. Sanjogta Meshram, In-charge First Year BE.

Dr. Y.M Sonkhaskar, Dean, SRC introduced Swami Bramhasthanandji, the chief guest of the function who enlightened the audience on the meaning of GYANODAYA. Swamiji quoted a few teachings by Swami Vivekananda on education and character building and the ability to decide what to take in and discard. He also emphasized on being sincere and truthful in the endeavors one takes. He also  threw light upon the importance of real knowledge of working of mankind and character building. “Education is a lifetime idea that will develop your character” were his words.

Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal addressed the first-year students and asserted upon the importance of hard work and ethics. He gave an overview of the functioning and of all opportunities provided by the institute and shared his insights on having a clear vision and objective to be able to achieve a set goal. “Knowing is not enough, we must apply; Wishing is not enough, we must do” is his idea of true knowledge.

Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM addressed the gathering of parents and students by emphasizing on the importance of quality development in education.

The Principal presented the Gram Geeta to the Chief Guest and delivered his opening remark. It focused on the accomplishments of the college focusing on the recent national level achievements of the students, the colleges’ efforts and provisions for the overall development of the students and other academic and non-academic attributes of the college. He ended his note by extending warm and good wishes to the newly inducted students. 

In the second half of the function, Dr. S. D. Mohgaonkar, Dean Second Shift introduced the various deans, HODs and functional in-charges of the institutes. He also briefed about the various functional committees of the institution and the expectations and the responsibilities of the students towards the institute. He also urged the parents to be an active part of the various events and their responsibilities towards the same.

The previous day, Ms. Jharna De and DCP Shri Chinmay Pandit (Zone 2, Nagpur) had a motivational talk with students. Dr. Sanjogta M. Meshram (First Year In-charge), Dr. A.J. Agrawal (Dean Academics), Dr. Abhijeet A. Aghase (Controller of Examinations), Prof. N. M. Deshkar and Dr. Rashmi Shahu (In-charge Counselling Cell), Dr. Anupam Kher (Dean T&P), Dr. Preeti Voditel (Prof. In-charge GEMS), Dr. C. P. Pandhurnekar (Anti Ragging and Disciplinary Committee Member), Dr. J. P. Kalambe (Presiding Officer, ICC), Dr. Cynita Christy (Librarian, RCOEM), Dr. Y.M. Sonkhaskar (Dean SRC), Dr. Amit Anurag (HOD, Physical Education) addressed the students about their respective portfolios and existing facilities in the college.

Concluding the event, Ms. Jasmine Jadwani, Student Welfare Head, SRC and Mr. Yash Khandelwal, Cultural Secretary, SRC delivered the vote of thanks. The event was compared by Ms. Tanvi Bhat and Mr. Samwardhan Khandelwal, SRC Students of RCOEM.