Scheduled on 29/7/19, 28/7/19 & 30/7/19

Preamble: The goal of engineering education is to train engineers well in branch of admission, have a holistic personality and must have desire to serve society and nation. It is expected that an engineering diploma holder work for solving the problems of society using the modern technologies and practices. That needs the broad understanding of the society and relationships.

It is needed to cultivate the human values in engineers to fulfil his responsibilities as an engineer, a citizen and a human being. Considering the various social backgrounds and whether a student comes from the urban or rural areas they differ in many of the life skills and their abilities and thinking. There branch of admission may be due to their interest in subject is question. They are facing the issues like hostel and settlements, pressures from peers and many related issues. To overcome such issues, it is necessary to create an environment for students so that they feel comfortable, find their interest and explore their inner beings, create bonding with other students, establish relation with teachers, work for excellence, get a broader view of life and practice human values to build characters.

The Induction Program covers the various activities which enables them to overcome all such issues and motivates them to perform well in their chosen branch of admission.

Christ polytechnic institute had organised three days induction programme for the Semester 1st students.

Phases, Modules, Activities and Guidelines:


Following are the activities to be carried on the first day:

  • Orientation Programme
  • Know your Department/Institute
  • Know your university
  • Know hostel and other amenities
  • Information about Student Diary and Induction Program.

Session Held by: Dr Nikesh Shah(Prof. Saurashtra University Dept of Physics).

  • Principals speech (Mrs. Nymphea Gogia)
  • Directors Speech Rev Fr.(Dr. Benny Joseph)

Regular phase ( 2 days ) The Regular Phase consists of 02 days, each day is of 6 hours. It covers all the 5 different activity modules. For each module, the objectives, suggested activities and guidelines are provided herewith.

A)Half an hour Yoga/Pranayam followed by physical activities including various games.

  • Session held by: Mrs. Hiral Trivedi(Yoga Expert)

B) Universal Human Values

  1. Impart universal human values in students.
  2. Enable students to live in harmony within themselves, with family, with society and the nature
  3. Initiate the process of self exploration and self investigation within themselves about their understanding of happiness.

Session held by: Dr Gaurav Vora ( Prof. Christ College, Rajkot)

C) Literary

  1. Inculcate the habit of active (or interactive) consumption of the best content available in literature.
  2. Develop thinking skills.
  3. Improve reading abilities and attitude.

Improve reading abilities and attitude.

D) Basics of science &Technology.

  1. Introduce the student about innovation in different fields
  2. Make students aware about innovative and modern practices and products in their own branch.

Session held by: Dr Ojas Suroo

E) Discipline & NCC.

  1. Self Discipline
  2. How to enroll in NCC.

Session held by Prof. Yash Sampat.

(Third Day)

F) Profiency

  1. Determining English proficiency level of students and mentoring accordingly.
  2. Learn the mining vocabulary, idioms, and expressions and understand their meanings in context.
  3. Develop ability to write a paragraph about general topics by using the English language correctly.

Session held by Dr. Hardik Udeshi ( Faculty Christ College Dept. of English)

G) Vedic Mathematics.

  1. Basic Concepts of Vedic Mathematics.
  • Session held by:Prof. Hitesh Parvadiya

H) Use of internet and Educational Apps.

  1. Basics of computer
  2. Use of Educational Apps

Session held by: Ms. Darsha Chauhan

  1. Basics of Science &Technology(Session II)
  • Session held by:Dr Ojas Suroo

J) Indoor and outdoor game session

  1. To improve health conditions.
  2. To examine the effect of nutrition, rest and other lifestyle factors.
  3. To improve cardio respiratory and muscular fitness.
  4. To keep body and soul strong and fit.

Session held by : Mario Chandeker, Darsha Chauhan

K) The programme concluded with the Campus visit.