SAKEC is an Autonomous Institute Affiliated to University of Mumbai

Student Induction Program (SIP) Academic Year 2023-24

Phase – I SIP Phase – II SIP Phase – III SIP
 

Shah & Anchor Kutchhi Engineering College has organized Student Induction Program for new undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering Program for the Academic – Year 2023-24 from 01/08/2023 to 04/08/2023. This Student Induction Program is intended to assist students as they adjust to college life.

 

On Day – 1 i.e., on 1st August 2023, session started with different team-building activities to help newly admitted students get to know each other. In this activity they have practiced selling a product in an innovative way. Then we conducted communication and logical reasoning skills building using origami paper activity. This activity encouraged communication between students while also providing entertainment and a creative outlet. Further Hitakshi Vyas – Counselling Psychologist, SAKEC have conducted mindfulness activities that can relieve stress and help students be more present in the moment and engaged in life. At the end, a general quiz has been taken where the therapist wants to know about how the students are feeling in general and reaction time activity. A healthy mind is an inherent part of a healthy body. Our overall aim of the Preamble Activities is to convey students that college is giving equal importance to mental health issues like physical health issues. The first day’s event concluded with a question-and-answer session, which was followed by a token of appreciation to the session’s speakers and a vote of thanks, which was followed by the National Anthem. Students attended the session with great enthusiasm and active participation.



On Day – 2 i.e., on 2nd August 2023, session started with the introduction and application of Mathematics. The main objective of this session is to make mathematics an interesting subject in a fun way. Then puzzle games were played to test the thinking ability of the students followed by a quiz on Mathematical Structures. After that number forming activity was done in which students were asked to form 4 and 5-digit numbers which students enjoyed thoroughly. Later, Questions based on mathematics were asked from the audio and video clips on probability, and knot theory games. At last, students played a snake and ladder game in which questions based on Mathematics were asked to move the steps after rolling the dice. The session was highly interactive and energetic in which students participated enthusiastically and enjoyed the session thoroughly.



On Day – 3 i.e., on 3rd August 2023, session started with creating awareness among students about Research Cell & Activities and explaining to students the importance of accelerated skill development and how to achieve it with the help of Research Cell. Dr. Nilakshi Jain explained the importance of developing skills and importance of having industry exposure. Dr. Namrata Kommineni provided a gist of the completed & ongoing projects under the Research Cell along with a bundle of opportunities to work along with the Research Cell. To lift the spirits of the students, interactive quizzes were held. SAKEC prizes were given to the winners. The sessions were well received by the students.



On Day – 4 i.e., on 4th August 2023, “Play with Electronics” session was conducted by Electronics and Computer Science department. The objective of this session is to understand the importance of Electronics and their application in day-to-day life. Prof Santosh Kamble highlighted the objectives of Electronics and their Application, use of Arduino in Projects and also gave live demonstration of Alexa application with backup and conducted Games and quiz related to Electronics. Prof. Nirmal Munvar has conducted Crossword game and their Electronics application with Quiz. Prof. Anita Nalawade and Prof. Urmila Bachate have conducted Mentimeter games. Prof. Shikha Singh and Prof Bhushan Mali conducted Pictionary Games related to Electronics. To lift the spirits of the students, interactive quizzes were held. SAKEC prizes were given to the winners. The sessions were well received by the students.



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After a mesmerizing Phase-I of Students Induction Program held during 1/8/2023 – 4/8/2023, SAKEC team has organized activities to extend Phase- I of the Student Induction Program with more interesting sessions. In the first phase, students learned about the different opportunities from the Research Cell, the importance of Physical and Mental Health in life, and emphasized on the usage of Mathematics and Electronics. Now, the team has bundled a number of activities to not only create interest in the interdisciplinary nature of Physics and Chemistry, but also to focus on the Right Understanding for self-development with the available resources and understanding the relations and harmony to flourish in life.

On Phase I-Day 5 i.e., on 18th August 2023, a session on Engineering Physics was held. The events during the session were focused on the importance of Physics in Engineering. The session was conducted by Dr. Sushma Srivastava, Dr. Namrata Kommineni and Prof. Sowjanya Reddy. The session started with an introductory note on the need for Physics in Engineering. It emphasized upon strengthening the principles and concepts of Physics which serve as a gateway to understanding and implementing a broad spectrum of engineering applications. It was followed by a quiz competition, Draw-O-Physics session, Physics Puzzle and Dumb charades. These activities had an interactive session which clearly exhibited the importance of physics principles in Engineering applications.

The next session was on ‘How Good is your English’ topic, conducted by Ms. Sharmila G. The session kick started with a humorous video related to accuracy in English Language and vocabulary. The next activity was a group activity on an incomplete theme titled, spin a yarn where Students were given enough time to complete the story in their own way. After spinning the yarn each group was given 5 mins to enact the story on the Dais. The purpose of the activity is to make students interact with each other and also make them get rid of the phobia of speaking. Students thoroughly enjoyed the activity, and this ice breaking session improved their camaraderie. The last activity was a one with a video of Gaur Gopal Das on ‘How to be an effective communicator’. The session concluded with the National Anthem.



On Day – 6 i.e., on 19th August 2023, sessions on Engineering Chemistry and Right Understanding – Strength of Piggy Bank were conducted.

In the first session of Fun With Chemistry, Dr. Archana nath welcomed the students with a hidden message which appeared on spraying NaOH solution. Interaction with students was done to know their view on chemistry in daily life by using word clouds and open-ended questions. Later, chemistry experiments were demonstrated by Ms Megha Kurhade and Mr Prakash Yewale to the students’ which they enjoyed thoroughly. Ms Neelam Jagtap and Ms Radharani conducted an interesting game on chemistry to create awareness that learning can be a great fun. This was followed by a video on Molecular shape of you & the chemistry song. The session concluded with prize distribution.

Session on Right Understanding – Strength of Piggy Bank conducted by Dr. Vinit Kotak. He Motivated the students towards insightful self-exploration through questions and certain examples. Discussed about the right understanding, Physical facilities, relationships and harmony and emphasized the importance of Saving in the long term. Students explored the right understanding for self and others.



On Day – 7 i.e., on 21st August 2023, sessions on Understanding Relationship and maintaining Harmony (UHV) and Utilization of Different Autonomous Robots throughout the Globe during the Pandemic were conducted.

Understanding Relationship and maintaining Harmony (UHV) was conducted by Prof Neelam Jagtap and Prof Jagat Manral. Students were asked to explore the right understanding for themselves and list their Aspirations. The session was quite Interactive, and students participated enthusiastically. “Right Here, Right Now “videos were shown to students to exemplify the Importance of human values. Students were explained about living in Harmony and Co – existence. The session was quite Interactive. Students shared their observations about the videos. Students were explained about the difference between being Rich and feeling of prosperity and Adequacy. They were explaining the importance of Universal Human values in our life.

Next Session was on Utilization of Different Autonomous Robots throughout the Globe during the Pandemic, which was conducted by Dr. Vinit Kotak. The objective of a session was to understand the utilization of different autonomous robots throughout the globe during a pandemic. The session highlighted Innovative Solutions, showcased how various autonomous robots have been deployed globally to address pandemic-related challenges, such as disinfection, healthcare support, and contactless delivery, etc. Technology Insights provided insights into the advanced technologies that power these robots, such as AI, computer vision, and sensors.

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For Photos of the Sessions kindly click below:

Day – 5: 18/08/2023

Day – 6: 19/08/2023

Day – 7: 21/08/2023

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