Basic Science Departmental Activities

Personality Development Program

  • Resource Person:
    Mr. Nama Nishtha Das,
    B-Tech IIT Kanpur, Iskcon Managaluru,
    International Society for Krishna Consciousness
  • Mr. Nama Nishtha Das, B-Tech IIT Kanpur, Iskcon Managaluru, International Society for Krishna Consciousness gave a encouraging special talk on the personality development and the brief report of the talk is summarized below as follows:
  • Human society has made rapid progress in the field of material confronts, education and economical development throughout the entire world.
  • Also about pinprick issues somewhere in the social body at large and therefore there are large scale quarrels even over less important issues
  • There is need of a clue as to how humanity an become one in peace friendship and prosperity with a common cause.
  • As society is made up of individuals, we need to identify the aspects of personality that lack in them.


  • Topic:
  • Resource Person:
    Mr. Nama Nishtha Das,
    B-Tech IIT Kanpur, Iskcon Managaluru,
    International Society for Krishna Consciousness
  • In Mind Control class the resource person discussed 12 techniques of Mind Control.
  • First technique was regulating our eating and sleeping.
  • Second technique was to time management.
  • Third was story of liquid
  • Fourth was story of Brahmachari and Rat
  • Fifth was to focus on circle of influence rather than waste time on circle of concern.
  • Sixth was discussion of sattva, rajas and tamas. How to develop sattva Gund and come out of influence of rajas and tamas.
  • Seventh was understanding different levels of Consciousness
  • Eighth was to understand step by step degradation of mind by contemplation, attachment, lust, anger, bewilderment, loss of memory, loss of intelligence and fall down.
  • Ninth technique was how to rehabilitate ourselves once we get addicted.
  • Tenth technique was watch our thoughts as they become words which becomes activities, which becomes habits, which becomes character and which becomes destiny.
  • Eleventh was association.
  • Twelfth technique was yoga and meditation for self purification.

AICTE Activity Program

  • One day study visit to Pilikula Biological park,Vamanjoor for the first year BE students.

    Srinivas Institute of Technology arranged one day study visit to Pilikula Biological park, Vamanjoor for the first year BE students from 17-09-2019 to 25-09-2019. The objective of the programme is to understanding the importance of creating Public Awareness on Wildlife Conservation. A total of 314 students participated in this programme. During the visit students interacted with Mr.Jayaprakash Bhandary H., Director of Pilikula Biological Park, Vamanjoor and Mrs. Suchitra, Scientific Officer, who guided and explained behaviour, livelihood of animals, birds, snakes and aquatic life and provided a fun experience for students to learn about nature, ecology and wildlife in a healthy, secure setting.

    This programme was focused towards spreading awareness in rural areas on Wildlife conservation. Arrangement was made to visit Swami Vivekananda Planetarium and cultural heritage house ‘Guttina Mane’ and observed the demonstration of preparation of handloom, mud pot and variety of carpenter work. Students expressed overwhelming happiness for their exposure to bounteous information.

    Prof. Chandarashekar K.G. of Chemistry Department and Asst Prof. Hamsashree of Civil Department co-ordinated the programme with the help of other faculties. The entire programme was arranged with the guidance of Principal Dr. Srinivasa Mayya D with the support of management.


  • With the objective of bringing out hidden talent as well as to create awareness about participation in co–curricular activities like technical events and cultural events the competitive programme Abhiyana was started in the year 2017 exclusively for first year engineering students.

    Total 14 events were organised viz, 1) Aakruthi, 2)Sciencia 3)Wax modelling 4)Mind spark 5)Urekha 6) Ragatharanga 7)Vibhushana 8)Nalapaka 9) Nruthya Sangama 10)Innovation 11)Slide ware 12)Abhivyakthi 13)Mad advertisers 14) Capture the moments

    Invited faculties from more than 51 Pre- University Colleges spared their time to judge the events as member of jury panel and appreciated the students over whelming participation and performance.
  • Abhiyana 2017
    Abhiyana 2018
    Abhiyana 2019

Student Induction Programme

  • Purpose of Student Induction Programme is to help new students to adjust and feel comfortable in the new environment, inculcate in them the ethos and culture of the institution, help them to build bonds with other students and faculty members, and expose them to a sense of larger purpose and self exploration. The term induction is generally used to describe the whole process whereby the incumbents adjust to or acclimatize to their new roles and environment. In other words, it is a well planned event to educate the new entrants about the environment in a particular institution, and connect them with the people in it. Student Induction Programme engages with the new students as soon as they come into the institution; before regular classes start. At the start of the induction, the incumbents learn about the institutional policies, processes, practices, culture and values.

    Institution organized induction programme every year as per the guidelines of AICTE and VTU.
  • Inauguration of Induction Programme
    Address by President on the Inaugural session of Induction Programme
    Yoga Practice during Induction Programme
    Talk on Human Values by ISKCON
    Activity during Induction Programme


  • First year students from Srinivas Institute of Technology have been involved in cleaning up the campus. This initiative has centered on building awareness about keeping the environment clean inside and around us. Students said they would do their best to raise concern about preserving safe neighbourhood.
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