Anti Ragging Meeting
Anti Ragging meeting will be conducted for the students to make awareness of ragging other students is punishable and it is an offense. There will be seperate meeting for hostelites both girls and boys hostels
All our graduating students have reached a significantly important stage in their personal and professional development. During their time in the School of the Built Environment, some have demonstrated true excellence and their achievements were acclaimed in our prize-giving ceremony. Our graduates are very well prepared to rise to future challenges and it is a pleasure and honour to share this celebration with them
Address to Freshers
Addressing Freshers or new student orientation (often encapsulated into an Orientation week, Frosh Week, Welcome Week or Freshers' Week) is a period of time at the beginning of the academic year at a university or other tertiary institution during which a variety of events are held to orient and welcome new students. The name of the period varies by country.
As an integral part of the curriculum, there is a balanced scheme of Physical Education that teaches skills, develops overall fitness and complements the Games programme. We aim to help boys to understand the benefits and enjoyment of regular exercise and feel a confidence in team and individual sport. The School's sporting life is supported by first-class playing fields nearby, which we share with New College. The playing fields are used for rugby, hockey, football, cricket or athletics according to the season. Tennis courts are also available. We also use astroturf facilities of nearby clubs for hockey.
To create a different atmosphere in the campus once in an year we conduct cultural Programme, where almost all students will perform their own interesting events. It is essential to conduct such events for an entertainment.