Followed by the joyful first day of the three-week orientation programme at Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies (MRIIRS, Formerly MRIU), the second day came with some brainstorming and intellectual sessions. The day commenced with AMCAT (Aspiring Minds Computer Adaptive Test) through which the aptitude skills, technical skills, and mental ability skills of the students were evaluated.
A session on ‘Library Resources’ was also conducted for the new students to apprise them with the study resources available at the library. Students were also involved in a creative writing session on topics such as cyber security, cloud computing, network security among others.
To revive the human values among the students, a session on Human Values was planned for the new members of MRIIRS family and was conducted by Ms. Neha Rajput from Advait Foundation. She shared very valuable insights of the life and motivated the students to figure out their strengths and weaknesses in the life, and dedicatedly work on the latter. Ignorance, maintaining the ignorance, time management, punctuality, improvement and mutual understanding were some of the focused areas of the session. Addressing the students, she said that during your college time, you have advantage of physical vigour and rigour, and availability of time apart from working hours. ‘Self-introspection’ was the most important element of this session.
Concluding session of the day was conducted by Ms. Kanupriya Shekhar, AGM, Business Development, CRCMC who shared some of the valuable skill-based courses offered at Manav Rachna. She asked the students to maintain a multi-directional approach in order to develop a full-fledged personality.
The enlightening sessions of the second day equipped students with some of the essential information of the campus that will smoothen their journey at Manav Rachna!