Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies (MRIIRS, Formerly MRIU) welcomed first year students of engineering and non-engineering students. The fourth day of Engineering students was replete with English Proficiency test and Adobe Digital Disha Programme to empower students with new age skills in the Digital era. The programme was conducted by Mr. Sandeep Sharma and Mr. Daman Adlakha, Adobe trainers. The workshop touched upon a wide variety of aspects including Spark Page, Spark Post, Spark Video and so on. We are happy that through this workshop we could help students gain an insight into the digital world, and acquaint them about Adope Spark.
The day of non-engineering students commenced with AMCAT (Aspiring Minds Computer Adaptive Test) through which their cognition, vocational, leadership skills were assessed. This was followed by a session on ‘Library Resources’ to inform them about the study resources available at the library. Ms. Neha Rajput from Advait Foundation conducted a session on Human Values and motivated them to figure out their strengths and weaknesses in the life, and dedicatedly work on the latter. Ignorance, time management, punctuality, improvement and mutual understanding were some of the focused areas of the session. Ms. Ritika Kharbanda, Manager, MRCFL shared some of the valuable skill-based courses offered at Manav Rachna.