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Industrial visit to ERDA

09.11.2022

Students of 3rd Year have visited ERDA on 9th November 2022. Prof. V.Chintala has coordinated the industrial visit and Dr. Satish Chetwani - Incharge Director, ERDA, Mr. Rajib Chattopadhyay - Head of Division & Assistant Director, ERDA, Mr. Pranav Parikh - Head of Section, Business Development Department has nicely explained the guidelines on safety rules & regulation for industry visit and how to perform in the areas where Research work on: - Lamps and Luminaries Lab - Solar Panel Testing Lab - High Voltage/Impulse Lab - Motor & Pumps Lab - Switchgear

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Vigilance Awareness Week 2022 And National Unity Day

31-10-2022

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Industrial Visit Railway Workshop Pratapnagar

9th & 12th September 2022

Engineering department has arranged a half day industrial visit for: 1. B.Tech. in Rail Systems & Communication Engineering (RSCE) 2. B.Tech. in Rail Infrastructure Engineering (RIE) 3. B.Tech. in Mechanical & Rail Engineering (MRE) at Western Railway Workshop, Vadodara. 240 students of Semester 3th and 5th have visited Western Railway Workshop on 9th & 12th September 2022. Prof. V.Chintala has coordinated the industrial visit and Mr. Hemsingh Banoth- Chief Workshop Manager and Mr. V.S.Prasad- Dy. Chief Mechanical Engineer has nicely explained the guidelines on safety rules & regulation for industry visit and how to perform in the areas where loco engine maintenance is going on, the various functions of different sections of Workshop. Students learned how periodic maintenance of coach and trolley works. Students visited and understood functions of various sections like mechanical maintenance of coach, trolley, shock absorber maintenance section, break system, bearing section, bio toilet, paint section etc.

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Independent Day

15 August 2022

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Har Ghar Tiranga

14 August 2022

The National Rail and Transportation Institute Vadodara and the Event Management Club in collaboration with Malhaar - Music Club, Literary Club, and the Creative Content Creation Team, conducted PARAKRAM to celebrate the Har Ghar Tiranga program under Azadi ka Amrit Mohatsav on 14 August 2022.

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ONLINE WORKSHOP TO MARK THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF NEP, 2020

National Educational Policy: Crafting a New Climate of Knowledge and Global Identity August 13, 2022

An online workshop titled "National Educational Policy: Crafting a New Climate of Knowledge and Global Identity” was organised at National Rail and Transport Institute (NRTI) today to commemorate the second anniversary of the National Education Policy, 2020. NRTI is now transformed into the newly established central university Gati Shakti Vishwavidyalaya (GSV) after the Indian parliament passed the Central Universities (Amendment) Bill 2022.

A host of speakers participated in the online workshop. Prof TV Kattimani, Vice-Chancellor, Central Tribal University of Andhra Pradesh, also a member of the drafting committee of NEP, 2020, observed that GSV would take the vision and aspirations of ‘Skill India’ forward. He stressed the significance of “blending education with skill” and added how NEP provides a “golden mean” in this pursuit. He emphasised that the curriculum should be constituted of 80% practice and 20% theory to make the students adequately skilled when they pass out. He concluded that education at large should adopt the “Pakad and Pana approach” which means providing students a complete hands-on and experiential learning to make them future technocrats.

Welcoming the chief guest and all the panelists of the workshop Prof. C.P. Nanda, Dean Administration, NRTI outlined the significance of NEP through the theme note of the workshop. He emphasised how NEP could help us in making global citizens and technology leaders, and suggested how we need to develop 'cutting-edge' courses, like Climate Studies, that explicitly address the concerns and challenges of the 21st century.

Delivering the presidential note, Ms Anjali Goyal (Vice-Chancellor, NRTI) asked the experts to guide the newly established central university on how the institution would help aid in the vision of making the ‘New India’ while still rooted in her rich heritage. She added that “The GSV is poised to grow to be a technical and skill hub to meet the objective of Atmanirbhar Bharat.” She suggested that the Institute has adequate flexibility in the programmes but need to restructure to provide option for multiple entry-exits, award of diploma/degrees as the students complete the various stages and to make the experiential learning more enjoyable and targeted and ultimately meet the objective of the NEP which is to help turn India into a prosperous economy.

As the keynote speaker, Dr Sujeet Mishra (OSD, NRTI), reminded the students how they need to catch up with the changing technologies and demands of the global economy by pursuing a futuristic education. He promised to give a high focus on experiential learning at GSV. He advised the students to substantially enrich their CVs by adding more skill sets through Coursera, NPTEL/ SWAYAM courses; add on credits, which will give them adequate skill leverage over others and make them potential candidates for a global job market. He promised to give high focus on experiential learning in GSV.

Two key speakers joined from New Delhi. Dr. Shakila T Shamsu, former OSD (NEP), Ministry of Education, and also the Secretary of the Committee to Draft National Education Policy, ran the audience through the salient features of the policy. She also reminded everyone to read and engage with it by emphasising how NEP 2020 moved away from the earlier rigid structure to flexibility. That includes an easiness and a customisable multi-linguistic format traversing through the pedagogical structure, assessment and evaluation to final digitisation of outcomes. Thus, NEP would lead to a transformation from an information-based society to a knowledge-based society. This means, the domains are interconnected and not stand alone and hence the need for inter/ trans-disciplinarity.

Prof Amarendra Prasad Behera, Deputy Director, CIET, NCERT, provided the audience with an overview of digital education and emphasised how “Digital India, Skill India and NEP, 2020” are working synchronously. He argued how the NEP looks at equitable, lifelong learning for sustainable development. He embarked on the initiatives by Govt of India which is interwoven with the Policy framework, traversing through the Edusat assisted programmes, ICT Policy, Digital India Campaign, Swayam MOOCS, SWAYAM-Prabha DTH channels, Samagra Shiksha Cyber-Security and Safety guidelines, etc., to bring in resilience.

Shaan Kashyap, a senior research scientist and an expert on policy studies, Ravenshaw University, summed up the highlights of the workshop. Before doing that he reminded audiences how NEP, 2020 has its deep footing in the 'Indic Civilization' while its tonality, texture, and temperament is markedly of the 21st century. He outlined the synergy of the two and asked whether a futuristic institution like GSV can come up with courses that make a deeper connection between the Indian Knowledge System and modern challenges of humanity.

Prof Jitesh J Thakkar (Dean Academics, NRTI) emphasised the need to incorporate in the Institute’s policy, the multidisciplinarity, flexibility, the multiple entry and exit provisions, choice of courses etc. which are facilitated in the NEP. He added that the implementation of NEP has to ensure holistic development, allowing flexibility to create higher order thinking and appreciation of human values.

Prof G Raghuram stressed upon bringing together the Indian knowledge system and the Make in India movement to turn India to a world power. He added how academia needs to explore different courses and curriculum structures giving adequate thrust to the areas ranging from the heritage, history to technology and skills up to the level of rocketry.

Mr. TV Ananthasubramanian (Registrar, NRTI) added the introspecting alignment of the Vision, Mission and Objectives of GSV with what is envisioned in the NEP.

Dr. Ram Krishna Upadhyay (NRTI) offered a vote of thanks. Over 200 students attended the workshop.

NEP 2020

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YOGA DAY CELEBRATION

21-06-2022

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CONSTITUTION DAY CELEBRATIONS

26-11-2021

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WOMEN'S DAY

08-03-2022

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AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV

24-09-2021

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4 TH FOUNDATION DAY CELEBRATION

05-09-2021

WEBINAR: ADVANCES IN TRANSPORTATION SECTOR: TECHNO-MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES, HOSTED BY NRTI

December 25-27, 2020

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VISIT OF THE MINISTER OF STATE (RAILWAYS)

14 November 2019

Mr. Suresh Angadi, Hon'ble Minister of State, Railways visited NRTI on Children's Day, 14th November and did a walkthrough the NRTI Student Expo. Students from first and second-year undergraduate batch shared their learning from summer internship, industrial visit and conferences related to Railway, Shipping and Logistics industry.

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GARBA NIGHT 2019

7 October, 2019

NRTI Event Management Club organised a Garba Night for all students and staff.

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INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO DAHEJ PORT

24 October, 2019

Students from the founding undergraduate batch visited Dahej Port to understand the operations of a commercial port.

INTERNATIONAL RAIL CONFERENCE 2019

22 - 24 October, 2019

NRTI students from the first year undergraduate batch participated as delegates at the International Rail Conference held at Aerocity, Delhi. Students also attended the 13th International Railway Equipment Exhibition (IREE).

INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION MANUFACTURING PLANT

18 October, 2019

INMEX-SMM CONFERENCE 2019

3 - 4 October 2019

NRTI Students participated as delegates in the 11th edition of South Asia's largest maritime conference and exhibition held at the Bombay Exhibition & Convention Centre, Goregaon.

THE RED BRICK SUMMIT, IIM-AHMEDABAD

2nd October, 2019

has events, workshops, and speaker series. NRTI students participated in the Future of Mobility workshop organized by Ola, India's leading ride-hailing platform and won prizes in the Quiz conducted by Ola. Faculty and the students visited the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

VISIT TO GANDHI ASHRAM, AHMEDABAD

2nd October, 2019

Faculty and the students visited the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

GANDHI JAYANTI

2nd October, 2019

To celebrate 150 years of Gandhi Jayanti, students and staff participated in a cleanliness drive on the campus.

INDIA LOGISTICS SUMMIT AND AWARDS 2019, MUMBAI

26 September, 2019

VISIT OF MR. V.K. YADAV, CHAIRMAN, RAILWAY BOARD

13 September, 2019

Mr. V.K. Yadav, CRB and (Ex-Officio) Chancellor, NRTI interacted with students and staff. Students from the founding batch got an opportunity to complete a 6-8 weeks internship with the Indian Railways in their summer vacation and select projects were presented to him.

SWACHHATA HI SEVA CAMPAIGN

17 September, 2019

Students and staff participated in a cleanliness campaign as a part of Shramdaan activity.

1ST FOUNDATION DAY

5 September, 2019

NRTI completed one year on 5th September, Teacher's day. Students did a cultural dance and singing performance showcasing 'Unity in Diversity' followed by a summer internship presentation by the founding batch of undergraduate students.