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About induction Programme

Christ Polytechnic institute hosted the Induction Program, a unique fusion of specially engineered academic and non-academic activities, to nurture, mould and fortify engineering entrants for the days to come. The twelve-day phase commencing from 12th September 2022 to 23th September 2022 student of institute were provided the cursory view of various dimensions of engineering and the career opportunities in the field and the systems and procedures of the college to ease their transition to the core engineering program. They were enlightened about the prospective scope of the arena that they had opted for their success.
The college committee for Induction programme invited experts from different leading industries and esteemed institutions to interact with the entrants and brief the learners with their expertise in various fields.

Objectives of Program
  1. To help the engineering entrants in building social character, leadership qualities, self- confidence, creativity and appreciation for mankind and nature at large.
  2. To help the entrants to learn about various processes and procedures in place in the institution, facilities and best practices, student activities, and the culture & values prevailing in the institution.
  3. To revise and reform the seminal concepts to fill the lacuna and sensitize them towards exploring their academic interest and goals for excellence in academics.
  4. To develop awareness, sensitivity, and understanding of the self, people around them, society at large, and nature
  5. To promote holistic development through the exposure of wide gamut of curricular, co- curricular and extracurricular activities

10th September 2022 marked the commencement of the Induction program with a warm welcome of entrants by the Principal, the respective Head of the departments and their class mentors. 


DAY: - 1

On the first day of the program detailed introduction on wen technologies was delivered by the Mr. Arkesh Vora faculty of Computer department then debate on current topic of the technology was carried out. Schedule is followed by the motivational video lecture of swami Gyanvatsal on the life of student and value and ethics. Body language it's something so important, yet we give it very little thought to, especially at work, whether on the shop floor or

the office. Body language actually accounts for over 55% of the overall message, with tone of voice 38% and the words you speak, just 7%. So being aware of your body language is one of the most subtle, yet important things to master at work. At the end of the day there was a expert lecture delivered by Mr. Nimit Ganatra on the topic of essence of engineering body language


DAY: - 2

Second day was start with yoga session Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility. Slow movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build strength. Balance on one foot, while holding the other foot to your calf or above the knee (but never on the knee) at a right angle. Then session followed by the introduction to iot by Ms. Usha Parmar faculty of computer department which is helpful to participant to group discussion session It improves thinking, listening and speaking skills. It also promotes

confidence level. It is an effective tool in problem solving, decision making and personality assessment. understand the senior of the IOT technology The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects—"things"—that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other

devices and systems over the internet. After that there was



DAY:- 3

Student co-ordinator Mr.Utsav Gangdev energized the session with aerobics exercise, aerobics increase stamina, fitness and strength. Reduce health risk, it includes activity like brisk walking.
Personality development includes activities that develop talents, improve awareness, enhances potential and looks to improve the quality of life. It involves formal and informal activities that put people in the role of leaders, guides, teachers, and managers for helping them realize their full potential. Session was followed by Mr. Dhaval Pansuriya Mechanical Department on the topic of Skill Development.
Ms. Maulika Bhatti faculty of computer department delivered lecture on the computer hardware and software. The hardware and the software make up a complete operating computer system. Hardware is the mechanical device in a computer system that is interconnected for operation. The user may not be able to see all the hardware devices because they are internal to the computer's casing. The software developers design the programs in such a way that there are instructions for all kinds of tasks. This is by using a high-level programming language which is then translated to binary form for the computer to read



Previous day session was continued by the Ms. Maulika Bhatti on the topic of computer Hardware and Software. Session was followed by the Ms. Avani Parmar on the topic of Discussing Human Values Based on the life of a legendary person.

Lesson from life of Nelson Mandela:

  • Never lose hope
  • Never give up
  • Violence is not the answer
  • There is power in forgiveness
  • Don't be put off by difficulties
  • Draw a line under your past



Motivational and inspirational videos are successful because they make people feel a certain way. And emotion almost always inspires action. They can encourage viewers to support a cause, buy a product, and even change their perceptions. On top of that, these types of videos get people talking. There is a video lecture on Topics - How to calm down when upset (from tension, stress and depression management), anger and ego affects body and career and impact of behaviour and attitude on life and career

Every year India celebrates National Engineer’s day on September 15 to recognise and honour the achievements of the great engineer Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Along with India, Visvesvaraya’s great works are also celebrated in Sri Lanka and Tanzania on September 15 as Engineer’s day. There was a poster presentation competition on the engineer’s day for emerging engineers


DAY: - 5

Digital Literacy refers to the ability to understand information and perform tasks in digital environments. It includes knowledge and skills crucial to everyday life within multiple careers and industries in the 21st century, such as: using a computer to find, and communicate information.Digital literacy education seeks to equip learners with the competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) in the use of digital technology needed to access learning opportunities, to pursue their chosen careers and leisure interests and to contribute to society as active citizens.

List of some important sites for the engineering student.

  • GrabCAD
  • Fractory
  • Traceparts
  • Engineering Toolbox
  • Engineers Edge
  • Matweb

National Service Scheme (NSS) was introduced in 1969 with the primary objective of developing the personality and character of the student youth through voluntary community service. 'Education through Service' is the purpose of the NSS. The ideological orientation of the NSS is inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi.

Whith this objective to develop character of emerging engineer introduction of NSS was deliverd by th Mr. Arkesh Vora faculty of computer department


lecture on the essentialcar driving tips for negineers was deliverd by Mr.Ankit Mehta facutly of Automobile Department The first and most important car driving tips and tricks when you start learning how to drive is to acquaint yourself with the vehicle. Before you step inside and start meddling with the various knobs and buttons, understand their functions first. Learn what each every button does in your car so that you know what to use when the situation arises. Next understand the three main pedals, the accelerator, brake and clutch.


DAY:- 6


Pollution is increasing day by day and one of the big factors behind pollution is a automobile. To reduce this pollution engineers, turn toward the electronic technology in automobile. This scenario explained by the Mr. Ritesh Patadiya Automobile department.

Electronics is about manipulating electricity to accomplish a particular task and is very much a hands-on endeavor. Since the result of building electronic circuits is usually a device that performs a task, this hands-on aspect should be self-evident. Sesson conducted by Mr Darshit Jivrajani.

Industry 4.0, which refers to the fourth industrial revolution, is the cyber-physical transformation of manufacturing. The name is inspired by Germany's Industry 4.0, a government initiative to promote connected manufacturing and a digital convergence between industry, businesses and other processes. This present technology and use of engineering in various field was explained to emerging engineer by Mr. Darshan Goswami faculty of IC department.

Healthy thoughts keep mind healthy to keep mind healthy brain storming and creative activity is required. For that at the end of day there was a mathematics game and creative activity session conducted by Mr. Dhaval Pansuriya Mechanical Department


DAY:- 8

Mr. Arkesh Vora faculty of computer engineering has delivered lecture on the SSIP, Government of Gujarat has developed a policy for providing assistance to Startups/ Innovation. Under this scheme, any individual/ group of individuals having innovative idea/ Concept will be eligible and/ or Universities/ education institutions, Incubation Centre/ PSUs/ R&D Institutions/ Private and other establishments will be eligible as an institution to support and mentor to innovators as approved by Committee. Startups in an economy's technology sectors is an important indicator of technological performance for several reasons.

Key objectives of ssip is:

  • Developing student centric Innovation and Preincubation Ecosystem for Students (IPIES).
  • Creating environment for creativity to flourish and an end-to-end support system in educational institutions to allow ample support to ideas for better execution.
  • Build internal capacity of educational institutions and key components of the innovation ecosystem to enable deployed processes to make sustainable impact at scale.
  • Create pathways for mind to market by harnessing and handholding projects/ research/ innovation/ ideas of students in Gujarat.
  • Creating and facilitating sectoral and regional innovation efforts in state around educational institutions.
  • Create a common platform to showcase, support and upscale innovations for motivating stakeholders as well as for an opportunity to create value for money and value for many.
  • Leverage public system initiatives at state and central level, academia, industries and by other ecosystem stakeholders / domain experts and institutions to make an inclusive effort.

Ms. Maulika bhatti deliverd lecture on the networking. A network is two or more computers (or other electronic devices) that are connected together, usually by cables or Wi-Fi. Some computer networks will have a server . A server is a powerful computer that often acts as a central hub for services in a network, eg emails, internet access and file storage.



Ms. Maulika Bhatti and Ms. Usha Parmar conduct a session on yoga. Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control (yoke) and still the mind.
Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources that are naturally replenished on a human timescale. It includes sources such as sunlight, wind, the movement of water, and geothermal heat. To aware new students with government scheme and renewable energy there was a lecture conducted by Mr. Ritesh Patadiya on the topic Solar Rooftop System.

Key Points are:

  • Roof Top Solar System
  • Surya Gujarat Scheme
  • Off-Grid and On-Grid Solar System
  • Estimation and Costing of Solar Roof Top System.

Mrs. Payal Kapadiya head of computer department conduct lecture on Universal human value. To develop graduates to their full human potential (human consciousness, human conduct).The five universal Human Values of Love, Truth, Right Conduct, Peace and Non-violence encompass all the noble values, have endless depth and breadth in their beauty, purity and power, and lie within every human being in full measure, largely hidden from conscious awareness like diamonds inside a mountain. After that rangoli competition kept for the student to develop creativity. 




A sensor is a device that produces an output signal for the purpose of sensing a physical phenomenon. Different types of light sensors.ther was a lecture on topic sensor for new emerging engineer by Mr. Darshan Goswami Faculty of IC Department. To develep self confidence and verious skill necessery to find self potential and to do such that ther is a sesson by Mr. Nimit Ganatry EX.Radio Jockey and assistant professor in MBA department


  • Reflect on your experiences
  • Identify your values
  • Be cautious about what you share

In resent years there is a numerous research on the pollution. In india major pollution is accure by the automobile, transportation. Air pollution refers to any physical, chemical or biological change in the air. It is the contamination of air by harmful gases, dust and smoke which affects plants, animals and humans drastically. There is a certain percentage of gases present in the atmosphere.sesson conduted by Mr. Ankit Mehta faculty of automobile engineering.

Key Points are:

  • Avoid Using Vehicles
  • Energy Conservation
  • Use of Clean Energy Resources

Communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place, person or group to develop communicaton skills there was a sesson by Mr. Hardik Udeshi Assistant Professor General departmet. And at the end of day ther was a game sesson for student.


DAY:- 11

Fr.(Dr.)Jomon Thommana(Director Chrsit Campus) addressed the students with art of developing skills from within.Personality development includes activities that improve awareness and identity, develop talents and potential, build human capital and facilitate employability, enhance quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. When personal development takes place in the context of institutions, it refers to the methods, programs, tools, techniques, and assessment systems that support human development at the individual level in organizations. Personality development includes activities that develop talents, improve awareness, enhances potential and looks to improve the quality of life. It involves formal and informal activities that put people in the role of leaders, guides, teachers, and managers for helping them realize their full potential. Hence, it can be concluded that the process of improving or transforming the personality is called personality development.

Mr. Niraj Trivedi head of IC department conduct a session on Robotics.A robot is a programmable machine that can complete a task, while the term robotics describes the field of study focused on developing robots and automation.

The closing phase is the last day of the Induction Program and covering

conclusion and summary of the Induction Program.

  • Conclusion and summary:
  • Guiding students for preparation of student report about Induction Program.
  • Instruct students regarding submission and examination of the Induction Program.
  • Address by HODs/Senior faculties regarding branch/discipline and career option in respective branch.  

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