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Community Service Activities

Blood Donation Camp on 28th August

Date : 28th August 2019

Organized By : REVA Rotaract Club & School of ECE, REVA University

The “Blood Donation Camp” was organized by “REVA Rotaract club & School of ECE” in association with “Rotary Yelahanka and Jaynagar Voluntary Blood Bank” was organized on 28th August 2019 in Open Amphi Theater, Sir C.V.Raman Block.

Rtn.Pradeep Rao, President, Rotary Yelahanka and Rtn. Govindan N, Community Service Director, Rotary Yelahanka, Dr. R.C. Biradar, Director School of ECE, Dr. Bharathi S.H & Dr. P.I. Basarkod, Professors, School of ECE were presided over the function.

All the dignitaries gave a glimpse on the importance of Blood donation and quoted “Every Blood Donor is a life Saver”.

The camp functioned efficiently without any flaws and we are happy to report that none of the donors experienced any sort of side – effects after donating blood. ”Around 455 members from different schools participated which includes both students and staff fraternity from REVA University.” The doctors and all the other staff members from JVBB and Rotary Bangalore acknowledged the facilities provided by the University which helped them to smoothly conduct the camp.

Jayanagar Voluntary Blood Bank and Rotary Bangalore handed over a certificate of appreciation to REVA University. We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such programs. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir, Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh Sir for their motivation to conduct such events.

We also thank our Director, School of ECE Dr. R.C. Biradar Sir, Director School of ECE for his constant support and guidance. We also thank all the faculties and technical staffs of the School of ECE for their support.

The installation ceremony of REVA Rotaract Club

Organised By: REVA Rotaract Club & School of ECE, REVA University

Date: 26th August, 2019

Venue: Kalpana Chawla Seminar Hall, REVA University, Bangalore

The installation ceremony of “REVA Rotaract Club” of REVA University, sponsored by Rotary Yelahanka was organized on 26th August 2019 in Kalpana Chawla seminar hall, Sir C.V.Raman Block.

Chief Guest Rtn.Pradeep Rao, YSD, Rotary Yelahanka, in his address briefly explained the importance of Rotaract movement, and congratulated the new office bearers and members.

Dr. R.C.Biradar, Director, School of ECE, with his encouraging words, asked the student members of the Rotatract club to work hard and march towards becoming one of the best Rotaract clubs of the district and asked the Rotaract Members to work towards reducing the Global Warming.

The event witnessed the presence of Rtn.Prakash Belavad, Rtr.Sashi Kumar M, Rotaract Faculty coordinator Prof.Anilkumar V and all the Club Board Members.

An Official website was launched by the Chief Guest for “REVA ROTARACT CLUB”. The link is:

Thereby, we were successful in installing ROTARACT CLUB in REVA UNIVERSITY with co-ordination of student members and faculty coordinator of “REVA ROTARACT Club”. We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such programs. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir, Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh Sir for their motivation to conduct such events.

We also thank our Director, School of ECE Dr. R.C. Biradar Sir, Director School of ECE for his constant support and guidance. We also thank all the faculties and technical staffs of the School of ECE for their support.

This was our first visit ever to an orphanage home and it has left a lasting imprint in our heart.

Here are some of the glimpses into our visit,

Thanks to Management, all the faculties and students of REVA for lending their support to us.

A Visit to an Orphanage: A Call to You to Do Something – Anything

Date : 05th April, 2019

Organized By : School of ECE and REVA Rotaract Club

Venue :Sumangali Seva Ashram and Adarane Charitable Trust

No. of Students: 25 students

On Friday, 5th April 2019, we from School of ECE and REVA Rotaract Club along with 25 students visited an orphanage “Sumangali Seva Ashram” situated near Hebbal and “Adarane Charitable Trust” situated near Hegde Nagar, Yelahanka.

Sumangali Seva Ashram and Adarane Charitable Trust are Non-Voluntary organization dedicated to the facilitate services for Down trodden deserted women, Orphan children and economically weaker people in the society.

The rice grains which were collected during the “AIKAKARMYA” event was distributed to both the above organizations.

As the gate of the home opened, we were greeted with smiling faces of children, they all eagerly looked to see who had come into our abode. As we proceeded to the reception to drop the items we went with and to get any information or rules we need to know and adhere to while we are there. After the permission to play and interact with the kids were granted, we gathered around the kids, asked for their names and introduced ourselves. We spent around 1-2 hrs with these kids.

The Joy that radiated from the kids touched us deep down, we saw how much of a home they had, filled with lots of sisters. They were eager to play games, to answer questions, they all wanted to be carried and played with -given special attention. They all were kids full of smiles, without a care in the world. Eager to play and even to pray. They indeed sang a devotional song which was heart touching. As we left the Ashram, a thousand thoughts played and fought for preeminence in our head, a thousand words wanted to burst out of our mouth in expression of our feelings, but yet, nothing came out. Yes! We were overwhelmed.

This was our first visit ever to an orphanage home and it has left a lasting imprint in our heart.

Here are some of the glimpses into our visit,

Thanks to Management, all the faculties and students of REVA for lending their support to us.

Rotaract / Outreach Activity Report on “AIKAKARMYA”

Date : 6th and 7th March, 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Venue : C V Raman Block, REVA University

The School of ECE in association with "REVA Rotaract Club", had organized an event“AIKAKARMYA” on 6th and 7th March, 2019 at C V Raman block.

Aikakarmya- unity of action was a 2 days event. Main aim was to collect rice grains to donate to the needy.

Day 1: T-shirts were launched by our director Dr. RajshekarBiradar sir. Cultural and fun events were conducted to the students across the university, Funds were raised to the club by conducting following events

Cultural events: singing, poetry writing, painting, dance, tiktok.

Fun events: spinning the top, hit away, throwing ring, arm wrestling, catapult, beg borrow steal, marketing.

Day 2: 400kg of rice grains were collected.

Guests from Yelahanka Rotary club.Rtr.Arun Bhangra, Rtr. C V Ramananand Rtr. Manjunath were invited. Dr. S SManvi and Dr. RajshekarBiradar sir has graced the occasion. At 10 AMformal function was inaugurated at CNR Rao seminar hall by lightning the lamp. Rotarians gave the awareness of Rotaract club. Winners of the cultural events were given the prize.

Total 90 students participated in the event

The rice grains collected will be distributed to the orphanage centers shortly.


“Filling Passport Application through Online”

Date : 14thFebraury 2019

Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Venue: G7 Lab, Swami Vivekananda Block , REVA University, Bengaluru

Organized By : REVA Rotaract Club along with Community Service Committee, School of ECE, REVA University

Branch Councellor : Prof. Deepthi Murthy, Branch Counsellor, REVA Rotaract Club,Asst. prof, School of ECE, REVA University.
Prof. Anil Kumar, Asst. Branch Counsellor, REVA Rotaract Club, Asst. prof, School of ECE, REVA University.

Student Co-ordinators: Mushabeer, President.
YashwanthSimha, Secretary

No. of Participants: Faculty: 1
Rotaract board members: 10
Rotaract members: 40

Attended by:
Students of School of Architecture- 79
Faculty members of the School of Architecture: 6

A passport is a travel document which is in the booklet form with 36 or 60 page. There are three types of passport in India i.e. Normal/Regular passport, diplomatic passport and Official passport.

Regular passport is issued for a common man in India which is dark blue in color with Indian Ashoka emblem placed at the centre of the front cover.

Uses of Passport

  • Visa is a granted and stamped in the passport booklet to stay in a foreign country for a period of time.
  • International travel details of the passport holder can be found in their passport.
  • Passport is considered to be the identification of citizenship of the passport holder.
  • Passport can also be used as a residence or identity proof.

The session was given by Mr. YashwanthSimha, Secretary, REVARotaract Club and supported be student club members.

Around 40 students from the School of different schools attended the session and successfully filled the application.

The Session focused on following key points:

  • The students were guided and instructed regarding how to apply passport through online.
  • The students were informed about the payment mode and slot selection for document verification and to carry it further.

“Cancer Awareness Program at Shettigerehalli”

Date : 4th Febraury 2019

Time : 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Venue : Shettigere halli, Doddajala, Bangalore district, Karnataka.“

Organised By : School of ECE

Faculty : 1

Rotaract board members: 10

Rotaract members: 20


  • Spreading awareness about cancer throughout the village.
  • Pamphlets were distributed to all the residents of the village, creating awareness among them about the free treatment been provided in the Government Hospital in Yelahanka from 4th of February to 8th February.
  • Awareness was created about the different types of cancer.
  • Interacted with people and asked them about their problems.
  • A rally was held throughout the village with slogan “Fighting cancer on every step of the way”

Some Photos taken during the visit

On occasion of Children’s Day - Visit to Deaf Blindness School – Mathru

Organized by : REVA ROTARACT CLUB, REVA University

Held On : 14th November 2018

“Whenever you fall down, you have two options: To get up and fight back or to run away.” What if this fall meant lifetime suffering and a drift from the normalcy of life?! Dizen with luxuries we forget the gifts God has endowed upon us. This brief visit to the Mathru School for free residential school for hearing impaired and multisensory disabled children made a digging impact into our hearts and brains. Most of us would perhaps lose all hope and adapt to the darks of our lives instead if, God forbid, we are physically impaired in any sense. What if you were born with it or else faced it at an early age?? These children answer the question and push the shadows away with confidence, perseverance and enlightenment. Two of the students of the Deaf and Dumb School are even earning monthly by preparing different paper bags. Your adorned masks cannot fake these clever little fellows. The children at this school seemed to be able to see more than us. Their sixth sense and positive attitude toward life make one wince. We, Rotaractors, interacted with the children and had great fun. We heard their melodious voices stringing the pearls of words into our ears and even distributed chocolates as part of “Children’s Day Celebration”. Adorned by their trees the sky brought together strangers and entangled them into a lifelong friendship. Parting these new friends was hard. Everyone looked up one last time with a broad smile and the hearts saluting the enthusiasm of the young ones while moving down the dusty rocky path edged with beautiful garden. The amazing part is that none of us pity these children. Instead, we feel proud of them and pity ourselves to be lacking the kind of vividness. We were honored to be a part of their lives although (to our dismay) just for a few hours…….

Visited to Yelahanka Government Model School by REVA Rotaract Club

Organized by : REVA ROTARACT CLUB, REVA University

Held On : 13th November 2018

Total No of participants : 50

It is well said that “Life as a teacher begins the day you realize that you are always a learner “

The Reva Rotaract club and Community Service Committee, School of ECE, with the collaboration of STEM had organized a activity where a team of 12 students from School of ECE and School of C&IT visited the Yelahanka Government Model School.

Here, we interacted with the students of the school and also illustrated them some of the science experiments. Some of the experiments are elevator, generator, displacement, force and friction, periscope etc. We had great fun time interacting with the students and spending some quality time with those kids. We also collected the feedback from those students and we have received a positive feedback from all the kids.

It has been a wonderful experience, interacting with the students, learning and also teaching them how some basic things we see and feel daily has some science hidden behind it. Every Retractor was able to explore their teaching talents and also that no matter how old we grow there is always a kid within us wanting to enjoy. As per the agenda we did our best in making the kids understand science with the help of experiments.

Like our beloved Jawaharlal Nehru has quoted “Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow. Only through right education can a better order of society be buildup"

We the Retractors of REVA University shall try best to conduct few more similar activities and try giving the best to all the children.

Session on community service and Its Importance by Dr Ali Khwaja

Event Organised by : School of ECE

Date: 13th Nov 2018

Branch Counselor: Prof, Pratibha V Hegde, Branch Counsellor, REVA Rotaract Club, Asst. Prof, School of ECE, REVA University.

Student Coordinators:
Mushabeer, President.
Yashwanth Simha, Secretary
Maneesha, Vice-President
Meghana.G, Vice treasurer
Rashmi.R, Public service director
Vijay Bhargav Reddy, International service director

Total No of participants: 70

The resource person for the talk was Dr. Ali Khwaja, Chairman and principal faculty, Banjara Academy, Bengaluru.
* The session was about what is the importance of community service in our day to day life and how will it help us to grow in a better way.
* He was an eminent speaker who gave examples of his own engineering life, how he was back then and what are the incidents which took place in his life, which made him what he is now.
* He quoted the life story of great people such a Bill Gates, Sathya Nadala, and many of his friends how they came up in life and what is that students should do come up in life. He stressed on a point that, “We will learn more when we start thinking outside the box, i.e. when we involve ourselves in Community. As there is lot to learn from each one of us here”
* He stated an example of a lady who was from West Bengal, knew only Bengali and English, but had a zeal to serve people. In spite of these constraints, how she was successful in doing it in Karnataka without knowing the native language. He went on to say, it is all about our mindset, passion and affinity to help society or our community in whatever possible way.
* He stressed on the ethics and honesty qualities, which each and everyone should follow and what was its inportance in life by giving examples of his own friends who got rejected in a company in spite of being studied in IITs because of lack of ethics and moral. The most important thing that one should have in life is ethics and honesty.
* He was a live example of how people can lead a happy and meaningful life by helping others.
* All that he wanted for the students is to think out of box so that they don't get bored of their work after certain age in their life.
*The event was full of life and the students were made aware of how they need to prepare themselves for the future. Students had a very good time interacting with him and he enjoyed answering their queries.

Session on “Scholarship Available for Students” RU 3rd Sem ‘E’ section students

Organized by : ECE, REVA University

Held On : October 17th 2018

About the Session : The School of ECE, organized a Session on “SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS” for RU 3rd Sem ‘E’ section students

Organised By: School of ECE – Community Service and Outreach Program Committee

Date : October 17th 2018

Organised By: School of ECE – Community Service and Outreach Program Committee

Date : October 17th 2018

Coordinators/ Organizing Committee : Prof. Pratibha V Hegde
Prof. Aryalekshmi B N

Targeted Audience : 3rd semester ‘E’ section ECE students, REVA University

Resource Person(s) : Ms Lavanya (7th Sem ECE Student)

Program Conducted : Scholarship Available for Students

No. of Students Participated : 52

Feedback from Students : All the students expressed their view that they are very much happy and satisfied with this session and suggested to have few more sessions of this kind in future.

About the Session : The School of ECE, organized a Session on “SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS” for RU 3rd Sem ‘E’ section students

Study Tour of Officers (CITO COURSE SRL-02)

Organized by : ECE, REVA University

Held On : 9th Oct 2018

About The Event: The preparation for study tour of officers from BSF was started out, as soon as we received a mail from Dr. Ramesh N, Dean (T&P). The execution Plan was discussed with the school director, faculty members/staff members, Dean (TP), and Mr. Arpan Dixit. As per the plan we need to receive the officers on 9th October at 9am, followed the study tour.

The team of officers from BSF Signal Training School were received from the main entrance at 9.20am. The team was welcomed by Mr. Arpan Dixit and Prof. KM Sudharshan together with our laboratory instructors. We have taken the team to school of ECE for laboratory visits, all the faculty involved in the laboratory explained the related stuffs about the labs which they were handling.

The study tour started with the demonstration lecture about VLSI by Prof. KM Sudharshan. The students were given the flow of process from sand to Integrated circuit chips. The lecture went for a duration of 45 minutes from 10.00am to 10.45am. The session was continued by Dr. Mrinal Sarvagna enlightened the officers about underwater sensors and communications. The talk went on from 11am to 11.45am.

The officers were taken to high tea with Director, ECE and team. After the tea break, Director addressed the team of officers and discussion were made on probable ways of handshaking modes with BSF regarding any technical related stuffs.

On behalf of the School of ECE, REVA University we propose our heartfelt thanks to our Honorable Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir, Dean Training and Placement Dr. Ramesh Sir for their continuous guidance and support.

We also extend our thanks to Dr. R.C Biradar Sir, Director, School of ECE. I thank faculty and staff members of our school for their untiring support in conducting the activities. Please find the photos of the event.

Visit to Shettygerehalli

Organized by : REVA ROTARACT CLUB, REVA University

Held On : 6th Sep 2018

Total No of Volunteers : 10

Branch Counselor:
Prof. Pratibha V Hegde, Branch Counsellor, REVA Rotaract Club, Asst. Prof. School of ECE, REVA University.
Prof. Aryalaxmi, Community Service Coordinator, Asst. Prof. School of ECE, REVA University.

Student Coordinators: Manoj Raj S, President, Mushabeer, Vice President, Maneesha, Secretary, Shashank, Treasurer.

About The Event: This event was an outdoor event where we visited a village named 'Shettygerehalli' which is adopted by REVA University. There we visited Government School. When we initially arrived at the schools, the first thing that we noticed was the resourcefulness. Making do with what you have is a concept that has grown increasingly, where shortage of resources is rarely felt. The uniforms and book bags each student was equipped with, provided by the state government. Regardless of the poverty they encountered at home, every young student was clad in an uniform.

Despite this scarcity, these students thrive when given the opportunity. The bright (and adorable) students in the primary schools of Shettygerehalli share an enthusiasm for learning and a competitive spirit that shined through the dimly-lit classrooms when we arrived.

It was a well maintained village with a population of 900. The visit to school was one wonderful experience. By going there we got to know how exactly a government school runs. The school environment was very much favorable for the children. The children there were very interactive and we had a good experience by interacting with them. The students there were very enthusiastic to learn new things and to show their talents. On the whole it was an amazing event.

This visit to Shettygerehalli showed us a side of life we could never have imagined. They made us thankful for our plentiful life in the Bengaluru and optimistic about India’s future. India is a complex country with a variety of cultures and traditions. To lead in tomorrow’s world, it needs something or someone to help it achieve its vast potential – a good education is that something and REVA is that someone planning to help these kids.

Rakshabandhan with Rashrothana Vidya Kendra Students


Held on : 27th August 2018

Venue : REVA University, Bangalore

Organized By: REVA University

Raksha Bandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate bond between brothers and sisters. To strengthen this bond RAKSHABANDHAN was celebrated in the premises of REVA University. Students of Rashtrotthana Vidya Kendra visited our campus and tied Rakhi to students of Engineering.

Students enthusiastically participated in this event. In all, it was a successful attempt to make the celebration eventful by spreading the social message.

The heartwarming Raksha Bandhan program ended with group photographs of all students with the students of Rashtrotthana Vidya Kendra.

Flood Relief Campaign on 21st August 2018

Organised By: REVA ROTARACT CLUB, REVA University

Held on : 21st August 2018

“REVA is a service to society”

Branch Councellor:Prof, Prathiba V Hegde, Branch Counsellor, REVA Rotaract Club prof, School of ECE, REVA University.

Student Co-ordinators:Manoj Raj S, School of ECE, REVA Uniersity. Mushabeer, School of ECE, REVA University. Maneesha, School of ECE, REVA University

Total No of volunteers: 20

This campaign was mainly focused on collecting the necessary requirements for the floor affected people in coorg and vkerala. Cotton boxes were placed all over the campus so that the people who wanted to help can drop the needed things. The response was very good and hand full of things were sent to the floor relief camps in coorg and kerala through the college organization

Outreach Activity on 2nd August 2018 Spreading Joy through Book Donation

Held On: 2nd Aug 2018

Description of the event:

Through the successful book collection campaign –spreading joy through book donation, we were able to collect over 130 books and reputed journals. Thanks to the ever-enduring generosity of people around the globe like Mr. Nori Venkateswarlu, former Chief Engineer Air and Doordarshan, who kindly donated technical books, as well as reputed journals like IETE and IET London, BES New Delhi and so on and helped us to create rich collection in our library for researchers.

Voting Awareness Campaign

Held On: 11th April 2018

Description of the event:

It gives us immense pleasure to inform that School of ECE under FORCE organized “VOTING AWARENESS CAMPAIGN “ on 11th April 2018 in REVA University Campus. Event mainly focused on encouraging youths to vote and build a responsive government .Also, make the people aware about “MINCHINA NONDANI” in the view of upcoming Karnataka State Assembly Election on 12th May 2018. This event was flagged off by Dr. R.C Biradar ,Director ,School of ECE . FORCE student coordinators along with faculties have taken active participation and made this event a grand success. This rally has marched from the REVA University Main Gate upto Administration block with many posters and slogans.

In this regard we would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Sir Dr. P. Shyama Raju for providing all facility and support to conduct such programs .We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S Y Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M Dhanamjaya Sir ,Dr. N. Ramesh Sir, Dean, Training, Placement and Planning and Dr. Rajshekar C.Biradar Sir Director School of ECE, and whole FORCE team for their support to organize this event.


Held On: 16th March 2018

Description of the event:

Inner stillness is the key to, outer strength Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. ----- Carl Jung (Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology.)

What lies before us and what lies behind us are small matters compared to what lies within us ---- Henry David Thoreau (An American essayist, poet, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, and historian.) Keeping these thoughts in mind Heartfulness session was started. Delegates from Heartfulness foundation visited REVA University on 16th March 2018 to raise awareness on living by the heart a simple approach to Sahaj Marg System. The session was conducted by the Sahaj Marg Spirituality Foundation, or SMSF supported Heartfulness Institute’s specialized trainer Mr. Prabhakar Ravoori and Heartfulness team.

This session started with introduction to why we need to sync heart and mind, for better living. This course on meditation started with a simple and easy relaxation technique. There were guided meditation sessions for participants to experience yogic transmission. The session was conducted for 80min.s consisting of:

  • Introductions (30 mins)
  • Meditation on our own (10 mins)
  • Relaxation Technique (10 mins)
  • Meditation with guidance (30 mins)

Heartfulness is based on the foundation of “Science of Spirituality and scientific references to the benefits of meditation is the fundamental pillar of the technique,” said Mr. Ravoori. He spoke about how meditation as a process can help lead the individual to be more aware and accepting of the self and the surrounding. This session was conducted mainly to help students to learn about our consciousness to learn about ourselves and to feel one with nature and develop intuitive understanding, which in turn will heal and transform them. This exercise of integrating the heart and mind is done through meditation on the heart. Heartfulness meditation brings long-lasting change in behavior and attitudes in students.
All the students, faculty and staff members participated voluntarily in the session.

Report on Community Outreach Program conducted by School of ECE

Held On : 12th January 2018

Description of the event:

The program was carried out with the help of 40 students from 2nd and 3rd Year accompanied by four faculty members Dr.Manjula R B, Prof. Ravi Shankar D, Prof. Deepthi Murthy T S and Prof. Nitya S from the school. The objective of this event was to create healthy social awareness, deliberations on Swamy Vivekananda’s thoughts and skills with the bright young minds.

This one day program was very fruitful in terms of sharing the knowledge to the high school children of 9thstandard Government high school, Thanisandra, Bangalore. The student teams and teachers were happy with the initiation taken by School of ECE, REVA University and congratulated REVA team for working on the social cause and creating awareness for future generation even in these busy days. They requested the REVA team to conduct such activities in future also to enhance the confidence of young minds. Our student volunteers were also motivated and atmost happy for sharing the knowledge. Volunteers/Mentors enhanced their presentation skills and confidence level.

Our sincere thanks to the Thanisandra, Government High School Head Madam Mrs. Renuka and all the teachers for their cooperation.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such programs. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir, Dean, Placement, Training and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh Sir. We also thank our Director School of ECE Dr. Rajashekar C Biradar Sir, and Deputy Director School of ECE Dr. Bharathi Madam for motivating to conduct such a useful program. We also thank all the faculties and technical staffs of School of ECE and Mr. G. Lakshmanan Sir for necessary support.

Heartfulness: Living by the Heart

Held On :08th December 2017

Venue : C.N.R. Rao Seminar Hall

Organized By : Community Service Committee, School of ECE in association with Heartfulness Foundation

Description of the event:

The Community Service, School of ECE, organized a HEARTFULNESS: Living by the HEART, session on Journey of An Excellence and Wellness Initiative for faculties of REVA University on 8th of Dec-2017.

100+ faculties from REVA University participated in the event. The event was a huge success with the support of all the members of the REVA family and Heartfulness Foundation team.

On behalf of School of ECE, we express our sincere thanks to Honorable Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju, for having provided all facilities and support.

We also thank Vice Chancellor, Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Registrar, Dr. M. Dhanamjaya, for their continuous guidance and support.

Heartfelt thanks to Director, School of ECE, Dr. R.C. Biradar, for his encouragement and support.

We also extend our thanks to the Heartfulness coordinators and all the staff who have helped in making this event a grand success.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics” (stem) playful learning lab program

Held On :15th September 2017

Venue : Sree Saraswathi Vidyanikethan School, Shettyhalli, Bengaluru

Report of the Event:

Electrical circuits are the foundation of our modern, technology-driven lives. Everything from simple light bulbs to complex devices like the iPhone depends on electrical circuits in order to function. The basic structure of each of these devices is the same: there is a power source, which is connected to some wires, which are connected to a device that uses the power to do something useful (like lighting up a room, or displaying a Facebook message from your friend).

The STEM Program is an initiative that refers to the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It is basically for school children to improve competitiveness in science and technology development. And also to make an awareness about the technological facts.

On behalf of Engineers Day, the STEM program was initiated. The Program commenced at 10:00am with the welcome speech. Dr. R Venkata Siva Reddy , Professor, School of ECE, introduced the School Forum FORCE to the gathering and also he highlighted the importance of science and technology for the school children.

Prof. Anilkumar V, faculty and few students from 3rd semester namely Amulya, Angulakshmi, Sai Sudeshna and Anusha, from School of ECE has volunteered for the event. They helped the school children to build some samples to make them understand the concept of current conduction i.e open and closed circuit, series and parallel connections.

Ms. Sunitha Suresh, Chairman, Sree Saraswathi Vidyanikethan School, appreciated about the program. Nearly 50 students actively participate in this program. They were very happy to learn such thing in a playful manner which is harmless to them. All the staff from the school supported us in conducting the event. The chairman assured they will continue this program for the children to make them get aware and competitive for the upcoming future technologies.

The program was for duration of 3 hours.

Rally For Rivers

Organized by : REVA University

Held On : 01-09-2017

About The Event:

Delegates from the Isha Foundation visited REVA University on 1st September 2017 to raise awareness for “Rally For Rivers” initiative, which is a nationwide awareness campaign addressing the depleting conditions of our rivers. For which, Sadhguru himself will drive from Kanyakumari to Himalayas covering 16 states to create awareness. The guests addressed the attendees of ‘Freshers' Day’ and ‘Ethnic Day’ event at the Open Air Theatre. Here a few glimpses of the event.