19. October 2016
Blog , News and Events
The students of Department of Civil Engineering, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur had organized central India’s largest civil techno event NEEV – A National Convention of Civil Engineering Students on 15th,17th,18th & 19th October, 2016 under the banner of CESA-Civil Engineering Students Association. More than 1000 Civil Engineering students participated in six different technical events & two workshops from all around the Central India. NEEV 2016 this year aimed to promote the concept of SUSTAINABILITY IN CIVIL ENGINEERING.
The NEEV started its activities by organizing a social event on the auspicious day of Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2016 as their Corporate Social Responsibility towards society & named it as NEEV-Our Social Face with the collaboration of a home grown NGO “Sankalp-Nayi Soch Nayi Ummeed”. This drive included Cleanliness Drive at Futala Lake where local cleanliness NMC workers were also felicitated with a shawl & a memento. A free Health Check up Camp at the Sundergarh High School with Awareness for under privilege people was organized under the guidance & collaboration with Meditrina Institute of Medical Science and a Tree Plantation Drive near RCOEM Campus.
NEEV2016 was formally inaugurated on 15th October. The chief guest for the function was Dr. Vimal Ghalot, Engineer, PWD Research Wing, Bikener, Rajasthan. The day then began with the first workshop of NEEV conducted on the idea of “Attitude Aptitude Attribute”enhancement of corporate skills of participants. The extravaganza of NEEV continued on 18th October too as formal two days technical Workshop on this year’s theme “SUSTAINABILITY IN CIVIL ENGINEERING” was inaugurated. Both the workshop got a huge applause from the participants as renowned faces with great experience & expertise in the field gave the lectures on the workshop topics.
NEEV2016 also had its celebrated events Mad-4-Cad, Tender-Filling, Buildcon, Elucidation and Elevate also started with a great enthusiasm on 17th October whereas the Town-O-Planner event started on 18th October. Students participated in a huge numbers in all the events and workshop in a thirst to learn something new and return back with cherishing memories.