Tea with IITians Coffee with IBMers: Guiding the Way to Success in Life at Engineering College and Beyond

A mega event “Tea with IITians, Coffee with IBMers” was held at RCA auditorium on 13th  June to answer questions of 12th Science students on admissions in IITs, BITS, NITs and other institutes and career path choices available to them. Keynote address was delivered by Mr. Rohit Gupta, Collector, Udaipur, who is himself an IITian.

Collector Rohit Gupta being welcomed by R.S.Vyas of Techno India NJR
Collector Rohit Gupta being welcomed by R.S.Vyas, Director of Techno India NJR
Udaipur students attending the event
Udaipur students attending the event

A high powered panel consisting of IITians Mr. Rohit Gupta (IIT Delhi) present collector of Udaipur, Dr. Pankaj Porwal (IIT, Mumbai & Cornell University) presently Principal at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Apoorva Mathur (IIT Mumbai), Anirudh Swarnkar (IIT, Mumbai), Ravi Soni (IIT Delhi), Aarti Gil (IIT, Roorkie) , Dr. B.R.Natrajan (B.Tech & PhD, BITS, Pilani) ex dean BITS, R.S.Vyas (BITS, Pilani) Founder, Techno NJR Institute of Technology and Manoj Mehrotra (NIT, Trichy) ex Philips & VP Videocon interacted with 250 students who had done extremely well in IIT JEE 2016 exam for 4 hours to answer all their queries related to admissions, branches, how to make proper choices and many more questions. Also on the panel were 2 long time IBMers Lalit Yagnik (BITS Pilani) ex director, IBM and R.Hari, Team Leader, Growth Market Unit at IBM, who advised students not to get disheartened if they could not enter elite Institutions like IIT/BITS/NIT and focus more of developing skills.  The event was anchored by Juuhi Raai, author of the book  “Chicken Soup for the IITian’s Soul”

(L to R) Manoj Mehrotra ( NIT, Trichy), Dr. Pankaj Porwal ( IIT, Mumbai), Dr. B.R.Natrajan (BITS, Pilani), Ravi Soni (IIT, Delhi), Aarti Gill ( IIT, Roorkie), Anirudh Swarnkar ( IIT, Mumbai), Lalit Yagnik (BITS)
(L to R) Manoj Mehrotra ( NIT, Trichy), Dr. Pankaj Porwal ( IIT, Mumbai), Dr. B.R.Natrajan (BITS, Pilani), Ravi Soni (IIT, Delhi), Aarti Gill ( IIT, Roorkie), Anirudh Swarnkar ( IIT, Mumbai), Lalit Yagnik (BITS)

It was unanimously concluded in the discussion that , to be successful  college and branches play a minor role. The success depends on knowledge, skills, determination, and hard work. Engineering education opens doors for wide range of career options.  IITians are not only successful in business and industry, they are equally successful in  public life like Defence Minister of India , Mr. Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister of New Delhi, Mr.  Arvind Kejriwal, famous Author: Chetan Bhagat .

Kavya Bhandari, IIT JEE Delhi zone Girls topper being felicitated by Saurabh Khidiya of Dainik Bhaskar
Kavya Bhandari, IIT JEE Delhi zone Girls topper being felicitated by Saurabh Khidiya of Dainik Bhaskar

The important tips for students to be successful:

  • You should be aware about the latest developments in the technology.
  • Success can be achieved by self learning like Eklavya of Mahabharat.
  • Your skills are more important than which college you are from.
  • Money is not the ultimate measure of success in life.
  • Many important skills are learnt outside class room through interaction with friends during extracurricular activities.
  • You should be ready to face uncertain challenges in life like Abhimanyu of Mahabharat

It is a proud moment for Rajasthan that this year’s IIT JEE topper is from Rajasthan. Kavya Bhandari, Girls Topper of Delhi Zone in IIT JEE 2016 (Advanced) was also felicitated by Techno NJR director R.S.Vyas and Saurabh Khidiya, Unit head Dainik Bhasker .


“Digital India Summit” at Techno NJR concludes

“Digital India Summit” was organized by Microsoft on 22nd – 23rd May 2015 at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur and it was 2 days hands-on session for the students on Microsoft Technologies. The summit focused on developing applications using Windows 10, Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft Azure and Office 365. More than 200 students participated in the summit and Microsoft Trainers Jagadish Sasala, Hardik Mistry and Romil Bheda made students learn designing, developing product and platform based solutions using Microsoft Technologies.



Students made applications based on e-commerce site, Swach Bharat Abhiyaan, blind man assistance mobile application, taxi tracking mobile application. The event was conducted under guidance of Vikrant Satsangi, Manager, Microsoft, Aditya Mohan and Prabhjot Singh Bakshi, MVP and renowned Microsoft Technology Trainer.

Piyush Javeria, Head of Computer Science and Engineering Department spoke about importance of Information Technology in Digital India, Smart Governance, smart city and socially relevant areas like healthcare, education, agriculture, women safety and thanked the participants and sponsors for the great success of the event.

Infosys visits Techno NJR , selects 25 students

Every engineering graduate dreams of working for INFOSYS. This dream has come true for 25 students of Techno NJR Institute of Technology  who got offer from Infosys in a campus drive held at Techno NJR campus on 15/16 June, 2014.

This is the first time Infosys has come to Udaipur for a campus drive and were very impressed with the performance of students. 80 students of Techno appeared for online exam of infosys and 25 students who cleared were shortlisted for final interview. All 25 cleared HR interview and were offered job at infosys.

Techno India has created a student centric environment at campus where students alonwith regular classes do multiple training by industry experts and undergo global certifications like SAP, OCJP,OCA etc. This has resulted in more than 200 placements for Techno students including in dream companies like  Accenture, TCS, Amdocs, Cognizant, eInfochips and now Infosys. More companies are expected in near future- Capegemini, Syntel, Mphasis and few more.

Congratulations to selected 25 students for bringing glory to the city of Udaipur:

Rindu John
Fatima Habib
Rishi Raj Arora
Rani Preeti Kushwaha
Surlin Kaur Chhabra
Disha Harkawat
Deepika Audichya
Sana Saifee
Monika Agarwal
Jivesh Shah
Garima Trivedi
Ayushi Mehta
Payal Jawaria
Neelanjana Dutta
Divya Singhatwadia
Soniya Singhal
Vartima Sarupriya
Pooja Bhatnagar
Shreya Parikh
Nishtha Mittal
Ayushi Jain
Priyank Jain
Meghna Singh Sisodiya
Saloni Tiwari
Avni Gupta

Virtual Engineer Training Programme launched at Techno India NJR

Mr. Jehan Noon and Mr. Edward Dalton, founders of Noon Dalton LLP, USA along with their partners in India Fusion Outsourcing represented by Mr. Madhukar Dubey and Mr. Himkar Dubey launched their “Virtual Engineer” training programme at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology campus. They informed students that out of many choices available to them to set up their Indian operations, they chose Udaipur as it could provide them required manpower from many engineering college students available in Udaipur. 40 students of Techno NJR are undergoing this training at the end of which they will be absorbed by Fusion and Noon Dalton.

Mr. Noon and Mr. Dalton interacted with students to answer their query about the job profile and their growth prospects at Noon Dalton and Fusion Outsourcing.


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Oracle Faculty Training program on Java Fundamentals and Programming concludes at Techno NJR

Oracle organized 5 days training program for faculty of Engineering colleges of Udaipur and Jodhpur at TINJRIT campus from 15-19 July 2013. 25 faculty members of Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies, SS College of Engineering, Pacific Engineering College and Vyas Institute of Technology, Jodhpur actively participated and showed lot of enthusiasm. Training was conducted by Ms. Suji Uchil, Manager, Oracle


Oracle Faculty Training program

Participants underwent 40 hours of professional development rigorous training over 5 days which included theory sessions, practical sessions, quizzes, 4 assessment examinations and project. Participants were divided into 4 groups for projects which they had to develop on Greenfoot and all projects were presented in concluding session. Project included innovative games like Call for Duty 4, Fishville, Bubble Buzz and Munch & Move, all developed in Greenfoot by participants. Faculties have now the onus of taking back what they learnt to students.

Oracle Faculty Training program
Mrs. Meera Ranawat, Chairperson, TINJRIT gave away the Certificate of Completion to the participants and Piyush Javeria, HOD (CSE & IT) presented the Vote of Thanks. TINJRIT will be organizing more such workshops for faculties in collaboration with Oracle in future on Advanced Technologies.