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The Department of Basic Science and Humanities is organising Lecture Sessions on English Language and Mathematics on Monday, 29th of April, 2019, in the Seminar Hall in SNU Building.

Eminent professors from Ramkrishna Mission Residential College, Narendrapur, will deliver lectures on Language, Agency and Subjectivity (in English language) and on The  Mathematical Mystery of Zero as an Entity (in Mathematics).

Lecture Session on Englinsh Mathematics BSH Dept TINT

The Basic Science & Humanities Department had organised an art exhibition, CANVAS, which showcased Photographs and Paintings by B. Tech. First Year students, from 20th to 22nd November, 2018. The Exhibition was held in the foyer of the first floor of the new building in the campus.

It was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) R.T. Goswami, Hon’ble Director, TINT, Prof. (Dr.) S. P. Ghosh, respected Registrar, TINT, Prof. (Dr.) Mala Mitra, Head, Department of BSH and Controller of Examinations, Sister Nivedita University, and Prof. (Dr.) Milan Basu, Head, Department of Electrical Engineering. All HODs and senior Professors were also present during the Inauguration of the Exhibition. They appreciated the artworks and encouraged the students to explore their talents further.

The Exhibition witnessed the footfall of not only large sections of students and faculties, but also that of distinguished guests, like Prof. (Dr.) Hiroko Hamada from Okayama University, Japan. It was a privilege to have Mr. Arun Ghosh and Mr. Shantanu Roy visit the Exhibition and interact with the students.

The entire area was decorated by the students themselves with artworks, crafts and origami artefacts that they had themselves made for the Exhibition. There were 26 photographs and 32 paintings on display, each of which had a unique story to tell— a story told by the young creative mind behind the artwork.

Prof. (Dr.) S. P. Ghosh expressed his desire to obtain a canvas painting titled “Peace” drawn by Sumanoy Debnath, student of Civil Engineering, 1st year. Prof. Ghosh also mentioned in the Inaugural meet that he would like to gift it to the President of Mahabodhi Society. It was considered a great honour for Sumanoy’s talent. Paintings by Abhishikta Sengupta (CE, 1st year), Anish Banerjee (ECE, 1st year), Shibaditya Dey (EIE, 1st year) and Mrinmoy Sarkat (IT, 1st year) also deserve special mention. Photographs by Anish Kundu (EE, 1st year), Kevin Juthani (CSE, 1st year), Debanjali Jyoti Chattopadhyaya (CSE, 1st year), Sayan Roy (CE, 1st year) and Sayan Neogi (CE, 1st year) were especially appreciated.

The B. Tech. First Year students showed immense enthusiasm in participating and volunteering for the Exhibition. The posters and invitation cards were also drawn by them, and rendered an artistic, heartfelt touch to the cards and posters. CANVAS 2018 provided the students with a platform where they could explore their creative talents, get involved with the activities in their own College, and strengthen their bond with the faculties and the Institute.

The CANVAS team is thankful to the staff and management of TINT for extending their support in all ways possible. CANVAS 2018 was a huge success, and the BSH Department hopes to organise the art exhibition every year in November. 

Following the AICTE mandate, the Basic Science & Humanities Department of Techno International Newtown organised an Induction Program spanning three weeks from 10th July to 27th July, 2018. This Induction Program was aimed to provide the newly admitted students a comprehensive orientation to the social, cultural and economic structures of the society we live in.

Eminent personalities from fields as diverse as Physics, Cryptology, Entrepreneurship, Film criticism and Communication, delivered informative and inspiring lectures to the students. Dr. Bimal Kumar Roy, the Head of R C Bose Centre for Cryptology and Security, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, and Dr. Subhrangshu Sanyal, the CEO of IIM Calcutta, Innovation Park, motivated the students with their exceptional talks on Statistical Computing and Start-up Entrepreneurship.

Mr. Ranjan Bandopadhyay, Vice-President and Global Head of Human Resources for Strategic Initiatives and BPO at Tata Consultancy Services, addressed the students on the growing importance of Soft Skills in respect of modern corporate workforce.

Dr. Samir Kumar Pal, Professor, Department of Chemical, Biological & Macromolecular Sciences, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, focussed on the necessity of an Inter-disciplinary Approach to solve modern-day scientific problems; while Swami Divyabibhanandaji spoke on the importance of Effective Communication in both social and corporate life.

National Award-winning film-maker and director, Mr. Atanu Ghosh, enlightened the students on the aspect of blending technology with culture, making the future technocrats aware of the impact of Digital Technology on Cinema.

The critically acclaimed and National Award winning film, Pushpak, was screed for the student, and it was followed by an interactive and intriguing Panel Discussion on the relevance of films, theatres and culture in the life of a budding engineer. The panellists included luminaries from the world of media and Bengali films: Mr. Abhijit Dasgupta, Dean of Electronic and Digital Media at the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute and former Station Director at Doordarshan, Kolkata; Dr. Sudipto Chatterjee, performer, director, scholar, playwright and Professor of Performance and Media at the Heritage Academy, Kolkata; and Mr. Rabiranjan Maitra, experienced film editor and actor.

The students participated in a guided yoga session which was organised in co-operation with the Institute of Healthcare and Research, and which was preceded by a lecture given by Mr. Prasanta Sardar on the importance of practising Yoga and a Yoga Show by Raja Pal and Rony Das.

As part of the program, the students of TINT visited two NGOs: an educational centre for underprivileged children in a slum in Topsia and a Madrassa under Momin High School in Rajabazar. The shared small tokens of gifts for the children, who greeted them with great joy and happiness.

In order to inspire creativity and emphasise on the need to recycle waste materials, a junkyard activity was organised, where the students came up with innovative projects made from discarded elements, thus showcasing their designing abilities.

The closing of the 3-weeks’ Induction Programme was marked by a cultural event organised by the alumni and senior students of TINT. This represented the various talents that this Institute nurtures and encourages.