RCET extended a cheerful welcome to the freshers of the academic year 2017-2018. Fresher Day 2017 in any college is an event which every student eagerly awaits from the time of their admissions. It’s an opportunity for shaping the students career and imbibing confidence in them.
Freshers day 2017 was held on 23rd July 2017. The whole campus became vibrant with the myth and glory of the day, when 540 plus students passionately stepped in with their ambitions. The inaugural meeting was arranged at “The Opulent Hall “in the Kalpana Chawla block at 10.30 am. Senior Students in a beautiful array invited the freshers to the hall by giving bouquet and sweets and marked the inception of an amicable atmosphere in the campus. The function got started with Tamil Thai Vazhu and it got a divine touch with the lighting of the traditional lamp by the Honourable Chariman Shri. K. Neela Marthandan, Esteemed Managing Director Dr.N.Neela Vishnu, Distinguished Principal and various Department Heads.
Prof. Vasudevan, Department of Training and Placement, along with his excellent anchoring, pleasantly delivered the welcome address and expressed gratitude to the gathering. The Vice Principal made his elegant presence on the podium and addressed the gathering. When he announced the victory of the College by bagging the top position in the district regarding admission, the gathering exhibited their joy with a big applause. He introduced the Heads of the Departments and the Faculty of Science and Humanities with the academic profile also advised the students to make use of the social media and the latest technology for a good cause.Next to the Principal Address, Dr. Madhu Suresh, Head department of Science and Humanities, gave a speech that included the clear sketch of the college infrastructure, faculties and programmes.He also guided the students in a proper way for securing good marks.
Prof. George Mary Arthi, Head, Department of Training and Placement, beautifully explained about the Training and Placement activities to the Students. The programme ended with the National Anthem. After the inaugural programme, the students were directed to their respective classes in the Admin Block, Department of Science and Humanities. “Fresher’s Day, an introduction programme helped to allay fears among juniors and developed a good rapport among the seniors and juniors.