News and Events of KL Student Ordinate (KLSO)
The works done, events organised, and achievements of our student ordinate from the starting day of this semester i.e., December 12th
Following is the detailed report which is for convenience written with the various specific club names present in the ordinate:
YANTARANA (The Technical club):
Workshop on Robotics:
Yantrana club has conducted a workshop on 20th January 2012 at C111 from 5 P.M on the basic aspects of robotics for which 20 students have attended and took heed of its Omni importance.
The prime thing worth mentioning here was that the workshop?s resource person was a student of KL- K.Divya Kiran who with his glittering talents has led the entire session successfully and could reach everyone very effectively.
Yantrana club is also planning for launching an internal e-magazine for the free flow of information among the club members and organisers. The work is under process. The organisers have met for 3 times to discuss about the future scope of the club and also to materialise the recent approved projects.
VACHAS (The Speaking club):
Listed below are the events conducted by vachas club in this semester so far:
- 24 December, 2011: Induction meet
An introductory meet was held, in the Student Activity Centre (SAC), led by the President K. Keshav Ram followed by the coordinators. The agenda of the meet up covered the scope, range of work prospects, further activities and plan of action. The members introduced themselves, their aspirations etc .The intent of the meet was to break the ice and create a healthy environment among the members of the working committee.
- 27 December 2011: Activity I? Mock
The intent was to bring out the speaking skills within a group through a proper channel. The members were bifurcated into ruling and opposition groups randomly and were allowed to share their stand on the topic ?Why KL?? .The activity stimulated their analysis on the basic question that runs in the mind of every student. The participants included the FED members and the coordinators.
- 1 December 2011: Workshop- Team
The workshop was conducted by ex-president Y.Bhargav, a TCS employee. The purpose of the workshop was to promote inter personal skills among the members through a series of exercises worked upon a practical scenario. The participants included the members of Vachas club from all the departments who realized the significance of a ?Team? in the entire sense.
- 3-7 January 2012: 99th Indian Science Congress(ISC)
The members of Vachas club made their presence in the prestigious Science Congress meet held in KIIT, Bhubaneswar. The theme for this year,?The Role of Women in Science?, sparked tremendous response especially among the girl students who attended the Meet. The highlights include inaugural talks by Dr.Manmohan Singh, Dr.A P J Abdul Kalam, Dr Nirupama Roy S Swaminathan, N Chandrasekharan et al.
- 6-7 January 2012: Vignan Mahostav
The members of Vachas team made their presence count as they learnt through exposure in participation in the literary events of the fest held in Vignan University. The FED team led by the coordinators Bharat and John Darby were able to face the competition with their counterparts from other colleges and gain appreciable exposure with their active participation. The fact that, one of the members from FED, was among the Top five speakers in the ?Speak Zone? event is worth a mention.
- 21 January 2012: College Idol Event
The event gathered students from all the departments to test their leadership, oratory and creative bent of mind through a series of rounds testing the same. The organizers were provided with a platform through this event to hone their managerial and organizational skills, as they reach out to the larger group. The event received an appreciable response from the FED,SED and KLBS departments. The evaluation of the skills among the participants was done under the expertise of the Judges DharmaRajan Sir, CSS Professor. The event marked its end as M.Phani, a FED student was adjudged as the Winner.
- 28 January 2012: CATalyze
- An interactive session, with GVGK Raju, Alumnus of IIM-B, was organized to stimulate the career-oriented and MBA aspirants in the college, to get connected with the speakers and shed all their career worries. The event received a tremendous response of 543 students who were spellbound as they listened, to the speakers, about the importance of decision making at the age of 20, career management, profile building and cracking the CAT. The interaction continued further with the KL Alumni who ?made it? to crack the CAT with 99 percentile scores.
Social Responsibility: The Big picture
Every student aspires to make a mark in the society, pursue dreams and define his//her lives themselves. It is whence Vachas originates? to provide a milieu wherein the students are accountable to bring about a change in the social challenges that prevail in the larger community. As a starter, the club provides an interaction medium for the members to widen their perspective on several issues ? the RTI Act ,the Aadhaar Project, the Lokpal bill ?to name a few. The Vachas .is a think tank that can trigger the thought process, evoke an insight and integrate the views on several such issues and finally act upon them to bring about the very desirable element- the difference.
CEA: With an urge of creating an impact on the society, began the onset of CEA (Centre for Extension Activities), an initiative by the students of K L Deemed to be University. The CEA with the combined effort of Aastha, Vachas and Abhinaya clubs, stimulated the phenomenon through a medical camp conducted in the village of Nageshwarapuram Thanda, situated 20 km from Pidiguralla in Guntur District, on the map .As the first step, a survey was conducted among the people of the village to arrive at a clear picture of various ailments bothering them. A thorough statistical report was prepared to substantiate for the further analysis. The two-day event on 3rd February and 6th February, comprised the survey and camp headed by a competent Doctor to cater to the health-needs of the villagers, 250 in number, who turned out with tremendous enthuse and hope for change and betterment. The volunteers experienced an inexplicable complacence as they were able to achieve the mind shift in the villagers?. The students emphasized the aspects of the role of education and hygiene through a skit, to spread awareness among the masses about the foreseen consequences and the scope for improvement in the same. As KiranBirSethi says, ?Change is contagious?, this first effort to rise the ?hope factor ?among the villagers is expected to trigger a persistent progressive and constructive set of efforts for the welfare and development of the larger community in the long-run.
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Aarohana (The Trekking club):
A local trek to kondaveedu in Guntur district was organised on the eve of 63rd Republic Day Celebrations i.e., 26th January, 2012 by the coordinators of Aarohana club coordinators-
- B.Sri Harsha
- V.Rahul Roy
- D.Hari Gopal Reddy
- Hari Prasad
A whooping number of 100 students have participated in the trek of which 25 were girls. The trek did bring an enthusiastic atmosphere among those students who have involved in the trek.
Also the Aarohana club is planning two more treks to Talakona and Araku on a grand scale.
Aastha (The Service club):
When you strike the correct chord among the needy masses and make a footprint of Reform in their lives, you find the real meaning of Education. With this urge, of creating an impact on the society, began the onset of CEA (Centre for Extension Activities), an initiative by the students of K L Deemed to be University. The CEA with the sane approval from the coordinator of Welfare & Wellness Cell (WWC) - Dr.K.Manikyeswara Rao and the combined effort of Aastha club (KLSO), stimulated this phenomenon through a medical camp conducted in the village of Nageshwarapuram Thanda, situated 20 km from Pidiguralla in Guntur District, on the map.
As the first step, a survey was conducted among the people of the village to arrive at a clear picture of various ailments bothering them. A thorough statistical report was prepared to substantiate for the further analysis. The two-day event on 3rd February and 6th February, comprised the survey and camp headed by a competent Doctor to cater to the health-needs of the villagers, 250 in number, who turned out with tremendous enthuse and hope for change and betterment.
The volunteers experienced an inexplicable complacence as they were able to achieve the mind shift in the villagers from ?meeru em chestaru?? to ?malli epudu vastharu?? The students emphasized the aspects of the role of education and hygiene through a skit, to spread awareness among the masses about the foreseen consequences and the scope for improvement in the same.
As KiranBirSethi says, ?Change is contagious?, this first effort to rise the ?hope factor ?among the villagers is expected to trigger a persistent progressive and constructive set of efforts for the welfare and development of the larger community in the long-run.
Aastha club has conducted selections for organisers and they have met for about 5 times to discuss their plan of action for every event they conducted.
Another feather in the cap of Aastha is the Vastradaan which aimed at helping the poor and needy with clothes collected from the entire student potential of KL.
Narthana (The Dance club):
The Nartana club has yet again grabbed the lime-light with another stunning cultural extravaganza - Step up ? the dance fever sponsored by e-city on January 4th 2012 at the new seminar hall.
The event started at 2 P.M in the afternoon and lasted its vibrated celebration till 5 P.M in the evening. A huge gathering has turned up to participate and watch this fun filled frolic conducted by K.Varun - General Secretary (Lalitham & Hobby club) KLSO with his coordinator Neha Rao.
The event witnessed several fabulous dance performances both from cultural & western backgrounds and won loud laurels from the excited audience. The special flavour of the event was that it is presided by the sponsor team members who were really wondered watching the zeal of every KLan when he/she tapped their feet for some peppy tunes amid an aura of euphoric appeal.
Glitzy watches and many more prizes were given away to the students who proved their tongue and tactic for the ?test-your ?memory? game conducted at the spot.
As this event is the first round for the finale to be held at near future; 4 students got selected to that finale. They are:
Neha Rao & Santosh Varma -third position
V.Vamshi -second position
Anusha Naidu - first position
The prize bonanza for the finale is as such:
1st prize: 32? LCD TV
2nd prize: Tablet PC
3rd prize: Handy cam
Narthana club members are now up to brim with their voracious activity for the preparations of cultural nights in SURABHI-2012.
Samskrithi (The Indian Heritage club):
On the Eve of the 63rd Republic Day, Samskruthi Club of KLSO did take the levels of patriotism up to the peak level by organising the 63rd Republic day celebrations in K L Deemed to be University, The celebrations did take off with the Flag Hoisting, when vice chancellor of K L Deemed to be University G.L.Dutta garu hoisted the tri coloured flag that fluttered in the sky with pride, Showing the sacrifice, peace and the agricultural wealth of our nation. Then the students of K L Deemed to be University gathered in the New seminar hall for the cultural events , Vice chancellor Prof G.L.Dutta conveyed a message to the youth of the present day society , by enlightening their path to rise the nation to great heights with the new technologies and to be passionate
Towards the vision of one's life. The speech was followed by blistering cultural performances by Abhinaya Club and Swara Club of KLSO. Vishnu and Seshu sang a song spreading the social awareness among the audience, it was followed by MIME by the students of Abhinaya club who showed the patriotism towards the nation and it ended when students of Swara club of KLSO winded up the cultural with the Full version of National Song "VANDEMAATARAM"
Vayana (The Knitting Club):
The students of Vayana club of KLSO under the guidance of Y.Vijaya madam, On the eve of New Year did come up with a innovative idea by knitting the hand kerchiefs to the mobile pouches and presenting them to the Deans and HODs of KL University .
Abhinaya(The Dramatics club):
Abhinaya club of KLSO has conducted the event RACHANA-2011, a basic training programme on script writing on 20th December 2011, on the eve of the 130th birthday celebrations of Sri Balijepalli Lakshmikantham- a renowned writer, actor, poet and freedom fighter. Dr.K.Manikyeswara Rao sir (HOD, CWW) has presided over the programme. The co-ordinators and organisers of Abhinaya club and many students who are interested in script writing have taken a major participation and their thirst to learning this art was correctly quenched.
The session started at 2:00 pm with Keshav Ram (president-KLSO) addressing the gathering followed with a brief presentation about the life history of Sri Balijepalli Lakshmikantham by Gayatri.
Dr.K.Manikyeswara Rao sir paid his tributes by garlanding the photo of Sri Balijepalli Lakshmikantham when everyone present over there paid their humble homage. Later, Sri Teja and Sri Seshu spoke a few words about the significance of conducting RACHANA-2011.
The main session started with Mr.G.Krishna Murthy (cultural trainer, Dramatics) who created awareness about script writing among the participants by reading out scripts of different dramas, TV plays and a movie from which he explained clearly about the points like
- how a writer should express his story
- what is the way of script writing
- Other aspects regarding the script writing.
Entertainment etched when Sai Harsha cheered up the gathering with his fabulous mimicry performance. Last but not least every student was asked to try their hands at some script of their own which brought up several momentary masterpieces that definitely polished the hidden talents!!!! Event was concluded by 5:00pm.
We strive for success and endeavour forever in bringing pride to our and only our KL.
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