Brahm Prakash Pethia, RNTU Vice Chancellor, said: “Every person should be associated with culture and sport, it builds our confidence. Students should focus on discipline and time management.
He was addressing students in the auditorium on Wednesday. The occasion was the inauguration of the university’s Student Activity Council (SAC) annual ‘Rhythm 2K22’ festival.
On this occasion, Registrar Vijay Singh said that Rhythm had entered its thirteenth year. This annual festival provides a common platform for all to hone their skills and showcase their talents.
The Student Activity Council prepares the event and also teaches its junior students how to run the event successfully. He informed that the four days of Rhythm 2022 will end with the celebrity party on April 9. On this occasion, Dr. Sangeeta Johri, RNTU Pro-Vice Chancellor, Dean of Engineering and Technology, Dr. Sanjeev Gupta, Ritu Kumaran was specially present.
Student Meenu Katara explained in detail all the Rhythm programs organized for the next three days. The program included Vocal and Instrumental under Cultural, Mono act and Nukkad Natak under Drama, Postmaking, Body painting and T-shirt painting under Arts, Debate and Extempore under Literary, Treasure Hunt under Rainbow, Photography and Mobile Filming Competition. was organized.
On this occasion the winning teams participating in the competition were congratulated. Different competitions are organized under the aegis of Rhythm for the next three days.
On this occasion DSW Neetu Paliwal, heads of all departments and a large number of students were present.