Beyond Studies

Annual Sports Meet

Narula Institute of Technology organized an Annual Sports 2020 meet on 7th February 2020, with great enthusiasm of faculty and students. The sport meet started at 11.00am, just after paying tribute to Late Sardar Jodh Singh Sahab.

During the inaugural function Director, Principal, HODs, Faculty members and Staff were present to motivate the students.All participating students and staff were provided food packets. Glucose and first aid medicine were provided to the needy studentsThe College Field was well decorated. Principal, HODs and Faculties participated in some of the events to appreciate the effort of the students.

Over all the sport meet ended with a great happy and successful cherishing moments.

Celebration of Vishwakarma Puja

Just as every year, this year too, on 18th of September 2019, Narula Institute of Technology celebrated the Vishwakarma Puja with great pomp.

The Mechanical Engineering Department on behalf of the Institute organized this year’s puja at the college workshop premises. The cumulative effort of the Students, Staff and Faculty members culminated into a successful venture, the memories of which will be long cherished in the mind.

The preparation began the day before, with energetic students preparing the pandal and drawing alpanas along with marvellous paintings which adorned the idol. The puja began with a brilliant note with a resounding presence of students, staff and faculty members. Families of some members also joined in to give the celebration a personal touch.

Everyone joined hands in the puja preparation with fruits, sweets being arranged for the prasad. There was a festive mood all around the institute with the beats of dhak and dhunuchi naach aggravating the devotional feeling.

On 20th September, the Baran ritual was held at the institute followed by the Visarjan. The students and faculty members thronged in large numbers to bid adieu to Lord Vishwakarma, the deity of artistry and the designer of all the flying chariots of the gods, and all their weapons and divine attributes. The day ended on a holy note with the promise of organizing next year’s puja with the same zeal and enthusiasm and carrying back sweet moments.

ECSTASY Inter School Winter Carnival

In its endeavour to propagate innovative techniques in teaching with latest technologies and knowledge, Narula Institute of Technology, hosted 2nd ECSTASY 2020-Inter School Winter Carnival on 4th February at the Institute premises with the theme #Aspire_To_Become. This programme aims to explore the latest talents of the young learners by giving them an opportunity to participate in various cultural, sports, technical and fun events.

School students learnt to develop manual, Autonomous and Wireless Robot and Control techniques.

Total number of 1409 Students from class VIII to class XII from 76 schools across the State of West Bengal participated in this Mega Event. Such healthy and cross school exchanges and participation build confidence, camaraderie, competition and positivity among the students.

NiT has also launched a Centre for Development of Spoken English & Soft Skills at the event Ecstasy, 2020. The centre will give service absolutely free of cost to the little learners with a scope to learn and master the soft skill communication. This centre shall be primarily operated at Narula Institute of Technology on every Saturday from 11am-1 pm.

The video and pictures of the gala event are attached herewith for your ready reference.

Farewell Program

Farewell Ceremony,Bidding Adieu 2K19, the heartfelt tribute to the final year students of Narula Institute of Technology was organised by the prefinal year students on 16th May,2019 at the college premises and was celebrated with lots of zest and zeal making it one of the unforgettable moments in their lives.

Freshers Welcome

Narula Institute of Technology celebrated the Annual Fresher’s Welcome, Parichay for the 1st year batches at the college grounds. This year the theme was Halloween.

More than five hundred first years registered at the front desk and were welcomed with a neon band on the wrist. The dress code was western in dark colours in keeping with the overall mood of the theme. Paper Bats, spiders and ghosts were stuck to the walls like authentic Halloween in order to bring the spooky feel. There was also a trick or treat stand, a mummy in a coffin and a scare crow selfie figurine to entertain the students. The food and refreshment was equally adept for the hungry first years. Cultural programs like singing, dance performance, band performance and stand-up comedy on stage was enjoyed by both students and teachers alike. For the first time, the online App voting was a part of the Mr. Fresher and Ms. Fresher selection. The winners were then felicitated by the judges with a sash and a crown. Lastly, there was a DJ performance which was intensely enjoyed by the crowd.

Even though it started to rain heavily, it did not dampen the spirits of the crowd who sang, danced and made merry into the evening. The entire event was filled with gala merrymaking and was in all a great success.

Independence Day Celebration

On the auspicious occasion of 73rd Independence Day, Narula Institute of Technology celebrated the spirit of Independent India and Raksha Bandhan on 15th August, 2019 with all the students, faculty and staff members.

The celebration was graced by Mr. Simarpreet Singh, Mr.Amanjot Singh (Directors, JIS Group), Mr. Harinder Singh, Prof.(Dr.)M.R Kanjilal (Principal), Ms.Nidhi Singh (Registrar), Prof.Amlan Chakraborty(COE) and Dr. Saradindu Panda(HOD.ECE).The Flag Hoisting ceremony was followed by the National Anthem.

A small cultural programme was organised by the students along with the song Ae mere watan ke logo performed by a school student.At the end Raksha Bandhan was celebrated and sweets were distributed

International Mother Language

Narula Institute of Technology observed the "International Mother Language Day/Matribhasha Diwas" on 21st February,2020 at the institute premises in a grand manner with full of zeal and enthusiasm.

The students and staff members paid tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives in 1952 (the then East Pakistan, now Bangladesh) for their mother tongue Bengali.

To observe the day with due respect, various activities were organized like Art exhibition, Creative Writing, Recitation competition in vernacular and cultural programme. To uphold the diversity and pluralism of languages of our great nation, along with Bengali other languages were also included in the events. Students showcased their interest to churn and yield new spectrum of sociolinguistic diffusion through dance, song and drama.

Our institute took an effort to celebrate the day with the vow to respect all the languages and to take a pledge to reach optimum level of language inclusiveness by cultural interaction.

International Yoga Day

The ancient Indians believed that our body is a temple. They practiced yoga as a means of celebrating and maintaining the body and the mind. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that has its roots in India.

The word YOGA means to add - practicing ASANAS adds positive quality to our mental and physical existence.

To celebrate the day of mental peace and good health 21st June is celebrated as an INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY and we, the students, faculty and staff members of Narula Institute of Technology, celebrate this day each year with great gusto.

The year 2020 has been challenging in many aspects, caused by the sudden onset of COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of on-going national lockdown, the usual Yoga day celebrations had to be re-imagined and refashioned by the NSS Committee of Narula Institute of Technology. We encouraged our students to practice Yogasanas within the safe confinement of their homes and photograph their postures. These were then widely circulated among everybody to raise awareness and promote practicing of this beneficial habit. The response from the students was overwhelming, as we received more than a hundred pictures and videos documenting yogasana postures. It is a privilege to know our next generation is keenly aware of this more than one-thousand-year old practice which is both part of our tradition and heritage. The overall response made Yoga day no less a success and the significance of the day was upheld in good light.


Annual fest is a celebration that honours months of hard work and culmination of efforts put in by students, faculty members and others who make the college a vibrant place, one that excels in cultural activities as well as academics. It is the perfect amalgamation of competitive and joyful spirit, a celebration like no other. With this spirit, we celebrated our annual Cultural Fest,“Navodaya 2020”on 12th and 13th March,2020 at the college premises.

On the 1st day, NiTians witnessed an enthralling live performance by the Indian playback singer, Nikhita Gandhi and the Rock Band, Underground Authority where the former performed her latest track from the movie Baaghi 3 for the first time along with other famous hits.

The 2nd day was a splash of various events like dancing, singing,drama,fashion show etc.Students were also awarded for their participation in different events. A Bike Show was organized by KTM automobiles where several daring motorcycle stunts were performed by trained stunstsman which had the most students spectators cheering loudly. In the inter college fashion show, students staged some quirky looks along with social messages in each one of them like LGBTQ?community,terrorism,acid attacks etc.

Out of the various events held, it’s the last one that got the most attention. With DJ Koyel and Ibrahim’s hip-pop music, the two-day fest became a hit for the students. Grooving to their own beats along with the students, the DJs also enjoyed themselves thoroughly.


We are pleased to have organised a wonderful and memorable Alumni meet-Nostalgia at Narula Institute of Technology. The date and time of the meet was informed and publicised through social media and beforehand preparations were made for the success of the meet.

The gala event was started with cultural performances by our alumni as well as current students followed by cake cutting ceremony by the dignitaries, along with the Alumni, faculty members, office staff and student volunteers.

Most of the Alumni were visiting their Alma mater after a long time and naturally were thrilled to be back in the campus again. Some of them attended the meet with their children and spouse as well. The occasion was graced by about 470 Alumni from last 14 batches.

At the lunch, great bonhomie was observed everywhere with old students reliving their old memories with their batch mates, seniors and juniors. Many of the current students were also seen interacting with their pass out seniors and learning from their experiences. In all, the ambience was electric with people seen chatting and enjoying in groups.

The event was also entertained by the DJ and the students danced and enjoyed. The Student volunteers also shared small gifts to little children who came with their parents.

The Meet ended with a sweet hope of Meeting again with the Alumni next year.

Pre Christmas Celebration

Staff and faculties of Narula Institute of Technology celebrated their first ever "Food Festival" since its inception. The event was a great success to say the least. The faculty members and staff attended and participated in the event with great zeal. Both staff and faculty prepared several different delicacies and served them out from stalls set up in the seminar hall of Narula Institute of Technology. Several delicacies both non vegetarian and vegetarian were made by the faculty and staff members and bought and enjoyed by all.

There were very popular breakfast options such as sandwiches and aloo paratha which were prepared by the participants on the spot and which sold out very quickly! Another very popular option was the sweets counter that sold various seasonal Nolen-Gur speciality and chocolate Truffles. There was also a popular chaat corner with live presentation of the popular Indian street-food Gol-gappa and Papdi Chaat. The occasion was kindly graced by several dignitaries and the respected Principal of NIT. The success of the event was pronounced by the fact that almost all food preparations were completely sold out very quickly!

Teacher's Day Celebration

Teachers are the cornerstones of our society. They are the pillars of our institute and lead the students to achieve the pinnacle of success.

The Teaching fraternity of NiT has taken an effort to make a small presentation showcasing their teaching journey in the last few months.The entire concept was designed and executed within a time span of only two hours.Heartfelt Thanks to our awesome Teachers for this wonderful presentation!

Narula Institute of Technology celebrates the 5th September as Teachers Day every year with zeal and enjoyment.

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