The Institute
 
A shift in the policy framework spread over the last couple of decades has resulted in the expansion of the horizon of business activity. With economic development pushing consumption level, the business sphere is continuously growing. Thus, opportunities are galore now. 
 
 
Why RIT?
 
  • Enhancing competitiveness
  • Thrusting creativity and innovation
  • Improving inter-personal skills
  • Nurturing value based leadership
  • Honing Presentation skills
  • Cultivating perseverance
 
 
Training & Placement
 
This beautiful thought by Albert Einstein explains the importance of hands-on training in a very basic way. The concept of industrial visit is so beneficial to the students that it provides a deep understanding about the corporate world. In books.
 
 
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Welcome To Rudra Institute of Technology

A shift in the policy framework spread over the last couple of decades has resulted in the expansion of the horizon of business activity. With economic development pushing consumption level, the business sphere is continuously growing. Thus, opportunities are galore now. Efficient managers and professionals are required to accomplish the goal set by industry houses. Managers are expected to possess a specific skill set of the business management.  Such a demand of quality professionals is expected to continue in the upcoming years as well. However, the matter of concern is that even though there is no dearth of number of management graduates in the country, very few are capable to meet the industry’s demands and deliver satisfactorily. The prevailing scenario is of great concern for management education. However, the situation also provides an excellent opportunity for business schools to contribute towards nation building by providing quality education. To create an atmosphere ideal for quality management education, there is need to create a dynamic environment that is capable of inculcating all possible virtues of an able manager into the students.

• On 1st April, 2019, a Voter Awareness Camp was conducted at the campus by S.D.M. - Mawana which was attended by all the students and faculty members. The students were educated about functioning of EVMs and VVPATs through live demonstrations and later all of them took part in a mock polling session.

• Nukkad Natak on ‘Matdat Jagrukta’ was performed by the students of Mass Communication and Journalism Department at Mawana Tehsil in the presence of S.D.M. - Mawana on 29th March, 2019. The students also took out a Rally to make voters aware of their responsibility and duty in the democratic process of General Elections 2019.

• ‘Rudra Vastrotsav’ - the annual fashion show by the Home Science Department was held on 28th March, 2019. The highlight of the show is that it showcases the students’ drapery skills as all the participating students are dressed in attires designed by them.

• A Panel Discussion on ‘Quality of Education and Employability’ was held on 27th March, 2019.

• Students from various departments engaged in Holi Celebrations in the college campus on 19th March, 2019. Although the celebration was sans colours, the students participated in fun-filled games and competitions like tattoo making, matki phor, nail art and many more.

• ‘No Smoking Day’ was observed on 13th March, 2019. Everyone in the campus were made aware of the ill effects of smoking.

• Interdepartmental Quiz Competition was held on 12th March, 2019. Students from MBA, BBA, BCA, Home Science, B.Ed., D.El.Ed., BPES, BJMC, B.SC. (Microbio) and B.Sc. (Biotech) participated in the quiz. Eventually BBA emerged as winners while BJMC and B.Ed. were joint runners up. BPES secured the third position.

An exhibition of Handicrafts made from waste materials by B.Ed. students was on display on 11th March, 2019.

• Interdepartmental sports competition ‘Rudra Athletics Meet’ was held in the campus on 5th March, 2019. Various track and field events like 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m (both boys and girls category), shot put, discus throw, javelin throw, long jump and tug-of-war were part of the event.

• Students of Mass Communication and Journalism (BJMC and MJMC) visited Meerut Collectorate on 1st March, 2019. The academic visit aimed at providing practical exposure to the students. During the visit, the students met and interacted with CDO Aryika Aghouri. The students also took interviews of eminent and senior lawyers on various contemporary issues

• ‘Rudra MasterChef - Season 5’, the flagship cookery competition was organized by Home Science Department from 26-28 February, 2019. Spanning across three days, the show had three different elimination rounds starting with cooked recipes followed by identification of spices and finally live cooking round during the grand finale. Amul MasterChef India Finalist Chef Archana graced the event on the final day. Not only did she handed over the Rudra MasterChef Trophy to Safia, student of M.Sc. (Home Science) - Food & Nutrition, she also gave a demonstration of her culinary skills. Dr. Chhavi Verma and Ms. Shobha Chaudhary from Nari Shakti - Women Empowerment also were present on the final day and praised the students’ cookery talent.

• BPES students Jyoti and Balraj Singh came up with flying colours in the Athletics Meet organized by Indian Railways - Moradabad Division on 18th February, 2019. While Jyoti clinched the Gold Medal in 3000m, Balraj won Silver Medal in 100m and 400m.

• ‘Technova’ - the IT Fest was held on 16th February, 2019 where apart from students of Rudra Institute of Technology, students from Forte Institute Meerut and Vinayak Vidyapeeth, Meerut also participated. Events like Quiz, Website Designing, Live Model demonstration were part of the fest.

• Students of B.SC. (Ag.), B.Sc. (Microbio) and B.Sc. (Biotech) visited Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University of Agriculture and Technology, Meerut during ‘Krishidham Expo’- an agricultural fair on 15th February, 2019 to know more about the application of modern agricultural techniques, agricultural machinery etc.

• Nukkad Natak on ‘Child Labour’ was performed on 8th February, 2019 by the students of Mass Communication and Journalism Department at Sardhana Tehsil.

•  ‘World Cancer Day’ observed on 4th February, 2019.

• Workshop on Naturopathy & Yoga’ was conducted Meerut Capter of International Naturopathic Treatment Organisation at the institute campus on 11th January, 2019. Dr. S. D. Dhiman, discussed at length about various common ailments like diabetes, blood pressure, sinusitis, acidity, and stress related problems and their solutions through naturopathy. He also demonstrated various naturopathic practices, which if adopted, will help us cure such ailments. Few yogasanas were also demonstrated by his team members.

• An Interdepartmental Volleyball Tournament was held on 10th January, 2019. Teams from BPES were the eventual champions.

•  ‘Cooking without fire’ competition was organized by the B.Ed. students on 7th January, 2019













 
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