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  • Orientation Programme 2017 at RIMT University
  • International Students of RIMT University
  • Student and Faculty Meeting in Orientation Programme
  • First Year Student Seminar at RIMT University
  • RIMT University Orientation Programme Conference
  • RIMT Vice Chancellor Speech for Fresher Students
  • VC Dr A S Chawla Lecture for Freshers
  • RIMT University Students in Orientation Programme 2017

Orientation Programme in RIMT University


An Orientation programme for the first year students of various courses was organised at RIMT University.

Speaking on the occasion Dr Hukam Chand Bansal, Chancellor RIMT University, advised the students to get maximum return on the money being invested by their parents. For this he advised them to attend 100% lectures.

Dr A S Chawla, Vice-Chancellor RIMT University said, “Nature and our surroundings throw many challenges and our mind must face them. Only then we can chart a successful growth.”

“There is no value for academic excellence without behavioural excellence. They both are critical for a human being to scale greater heights,” he said and advised the students with a few tips such as hard work, simple living and high thinking, and attention to achieve goals.

The programme came to an end with the teaching and non-teaching staff introducing themselves. This broke the final ice between the students and the staff.