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On 7th November 2019, the SLC Innovation Council organised a group discussion and personal interview session, in collaboration with IBS college, Gurgaon and ICFAI. The event was organised for the students of second and third year. DR. Nidhi Tak was the spokeswoman for the event. Students actively participated in the event held at seminar hall of Shyam Lal College, Delhi University. The principal of the college, DR. Rabi Narayan Kar gave a speech and motivated students to participate in the event
DR. Nidhi Tak spoke actively of problem faced by students while appearing for group discussions and personal interviews. The event was summed up in a presentation created by the spokeswoman. The PowerPoint presentation included the main skill sets required to crack any GD-PI round. There were four major skills bought into light by her that every student agreed with. She began with communication skills and referred it to be the main skill required for the purpose. She went ahead and described communication skills as the ability to convey or share ideas and feelings effectively. She conducted a small activity to explain her point wherein she asked the students to fold a sheet of paper and tear its corners while there eyes were closed. Once the task was done every student came out with a different outcome and this filled students with amazement and made them ask questions. She went ahead and told students about body language and how it is a skill to be acquired. Students were taught the correct posture and etiquettes to be adopted while appearing for any GD-PI round. After that listening skills was raised up for discussion. She made students understand why listening skills were so important not only for GD's but also for life. The presentation was concluded with interpersonal skills and students were given a chance to ask questions. In order to further enhance students' understanding a mock group discussion round was held with 7 students. Students themselves volunteered to participate. An abstract topic was given to the students, "pink pyjamas on the red fort", that was quite difficult for students to crack. However, it amazed the people present to see how the student who initiated the GD cracked the topic within the two minute preparation time. The group discussion went well and the audience was asked to judge the participating students. All the positive and negative points were taken into concern and the students came to know about there strong and weak points.
The event was a great success and ended up giving students so much to think about. They even provided sample papers that were supposed to be attempted in the hall and then a link wherein students could appear for a mock IBSAT and win prizes. All in all the event was fruitful, filled with knowledge and fun as well. DR.Nidhi Tak was presented with a token of gratitude and the event ended.
Innovation Day was organized by Innovation Council, SLC on 15th October 2019 to mark the Birth Anniversary of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. The event was explicitly organized for school students and we had participation of brilliant students from Gandhi Memorial Govt. Boys School, Shahdara and also from Arwachin Bharti Bhawan Senior Secondary School.
The Highlight of this event were, The Poster Making Competition and the Slogan Writing Competition. SLC Principal, Prof. Rabi Narayan Kar and Innovation Council's Convenor, Dr. Kusha Tiwari, along with all the faculty members and organizers, were present to keep the memory of our Former President of India, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, intact and also to keep the students motivated all through.
An innovative idea and a business proposal competition: InWin@SLC and Pitch-a-Thon, was organized by Innovation Council, SLC and E-Cell, SLC on 18th October 2019, A competition that drives innovation and access to markets.
The main goal of the competition was to stimulate and nourish creativity and student entrepreneurial spirit; encourage such activities among students from any majors and examine students' business ideas for their realization capacity.
This year, the event became one of the most successful one in the history of this tradition at SLC and we had incredible participants from some of the most renowned institutions across the country. The event started with Dr. Rabi Narayan Kar, the principal of the college, addressing and cheering the participants with his wisdom.
The competition was quite definite. Visualise Perfection Visualise Entrepreneurship as the cell's motto for this year was, the innovative minds encapsulated it with complete perfection. The teams participating were elated by the involvement of Dr. Kusha Tiwari, convenor of Innovation Council and Dr. Bharat Bhushan, convenor of Entrepreneurship Cell who kept them motivated all through. Working their way to the victory was the Team Bawarchi and the Team Aarogya, both from Enactus Ramjas. Their avidity and readiness turned their presentations into the very best. The second prize was won by 2 very innovative and ingenious teams, namely Team Brand Deviser and Team Kaagaj, both from Shyam Lal College itself. The Team Sacred Games from IIM Rohtak was able to secure the third prize. All the participants of the competition were awarded business and entrepreneurship themed books as the consolation prize.
Team E-Cell SLC handled proficiently all the different details of the competition ranging from sponsorships and registrations to decoration and prizes.
This was the very first Innovative Idea and B-Plan competition organized by Innovation Council SLC since its inception and has helped many students to bring their ideas and plans to table to work upon.
MHRD Innovation Cell (MIC), an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Department at All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), launched the Institutions Innovation Council (IICs) in the November of 2018 and since then more than 950 Higher Education Institutions have established IIC in their campus to drive innovation and start-up ecosystem.
MIC organized a POCs Participation and Regional Mentoring Session in a total of 12 cities of India, with the U.P. Uttarakhand and Delhi regions' one being organized by the NetajiSubhash University is Technology (NSUT), Dwarka, New Delhi.
6 students of ShyamLal College with their 4 of the most promising startup ideas, namely Sajagta, Steam Power generator, Infollege, and Abhikalpana, attended the session under the supervision of Mr. Sushil Kumar.
The event started with the inauguration and welcome by the various dignitaries from NSUT, MHRD IIC, and AICTE. Mr. Deepak Sahu, the National Coordinator of AICTE, then accentuated the ingenuity one needs to have to be a successful entrepreneur. The visiting teams
were then tutored during two sessions on Ideation, Venture Opportunity Profiling, elements of a successful business model, introduction to Business Model Canvas and development of POC and its pitching.
All the ideators participating were then allotted some time to develop their idea's Business Model canvas and also prepare their pitching to showcase in the presence of the mentors. All four teams performed brilliantly by drawing a Business Model Canvas in a short period and presented it with enthusiasm.
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