The threat of strong winds and pouring rain were seemingly not daunting enough for the boarders of M.S. Swaminathan Hall of Residence, as they geared up to celebrate their hall day.
It is almost the end of another year, with the tenure of majority of the offices of people coming to an end. This is the time to reflect at the year that has gone by; bask in the laurels that have been achieved and analyze the various lacunae that has been observed throughout the year. Team Monday Morning brings to you the annual review of M.S. Swaminathan Hall, and gives you, the Common NITRian, a glimpse of how the various secretaries of this hall have fared in their year-long duties towards their hall of residence.
The Hall Management Council assembled for another meeting towards the end of the academic session on 02 April 2015. This short meeting transpired to discuss some of the upcoming events before the termination of the session.
HB hall is arguably the most beautiful hall at NITR. With its multi-coloured walls, sharp jutting features and expansive grass and greenery all around it resembles anything but a hostel.
Like a yearly trend, the hall day of CVR Hall of Residence managed to live upto its reputation and be one of the best organized hall days of this year. The hall day of CVR saw a great number of guests coming from all the other hostels. It started with the lighting of the lamp by the honoured dignitaries of our institute. This auspicious ceremony was followed by a heartfelt speech given by the Warden of the hostel. Professor K.C Pati, dean of Student’s Welfare shared a few words of wisdom after the Warden and then he was followed by the Director’s speech about CVR Hall Of Residence. As the evening moved towards its cultural part, it was followed by an enthralling classical dance performance by Priyanka Shukla, who also happened to get the best boarder award. The prize distribution ceremony was conducted by Prof Majhi. This was followed by an enchanting duet by Priyanka and Ipsita which was again followed by a mesmerizing dance by Ipsita.