WAD-2018

The 29th Edition of Workshop on Aptitude Development (WAD), a seven-days workshop was inaugurated with exuberance at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur on 10th December, 2018. Mr, Mukul Verma, Plant Head, JSW Steel Coated Products Ltd. was the Chief Guest and Dr. Vilas Tambe, a revered anaesthetist from Nagpur was the guest of honor of the inauguration function.

Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar, Vice Chairman of RCOEM, Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal of RCOEM and Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convenor of WAD were present on the dais. Over 230 delegates from various colleges across Vidharbha have participated in the Workshop. Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convener WAD, in her opening remark said that the aim of such an endeavour was to explore the latent potential in each of the participant and help them to reach the highest altitude. Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal RCPEM, said that WAD is a self sustainable workshop carried out only by students for the students. He also stated that such kind of workshops prove to be helpful in placement procedure.

The Chief Guest Mr. Mukul Verma in his address to the delegates said that one should have good observational skills and assured that this workshop will enable them to enhance the same. He also mentioned that everything and everyone should challenge the status quo and be inquisitive and logical at the same time. Dr. Vilas Tambe, in his key note address, stated the importance of Gurukul system by stressing upon the concept of simple living and high thinking. He elaborated the significance of hard work, introspection, inquisitiveness, self-control and self-motivation. He emphasized upon the importance of being a nature’s lover.

He concluded by saying “It teaches one to stay positive and ensure the tranquillity of mind”. In his Presidential address Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar, Vice Chairman of RCOEM, told all the participants to first be a good human being. He emphasized on the concept of healthy mind in healthy body. He also stressed on the importance of Praying every day and respecting elders and showing kindness towards the other part of the society.

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