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Prakash Jha found the whole India in PSIT campus.

Famous bollywood director Mr. Prakash Jha with his fellow actor Mr. Manav Paul visited PSIT, Kanpur on 4th February, 2016 Thursday, for the promotion of his much-awaited movie "Jai GangaaJal".

Prakash Jha was impressed with the ambience and hi-tech campus life of PSIT. The director said that he found the whole India in the PSIT campus.

In an interactive session with the students of PSIT College, Mr. Jha quoted the importance of women empowerment and highlighted various measures that one must inculcate in households like promoting education and freedom to work.

Looking at the interests of the college students, he said, "Movies are inspired by real life, and when I look at you all, I hope that each one of you attain the level of success and happiness like Rancho did in '3 Idiots'." He added that the students still have time to decide what they truly want to be.

He urged the college authorities to ensure that the pressure of studies and exams is regulated.

Ques: How was your experience as an actor after being a senior director and screen writer?

Jha: That is an interesting question, and reminds me of the first lesson that I learned as an actor. During an interaction with Priyanka Chopra, she told me, "You might be a senior director but you are junior in acting." I bowed down to her. The same ideology, I suggest you to follow. Remember to be modest and ready to learn and you will always be on the right path to success.

It was a great moment for the PSIT students to interact with Mr.Prakash Jha to unveil fashion trends and to review the opportunities in Bollywood.

The Chairman of the college, Mr. Pranveer Singh presented a memento as a token of thanks to Mr. Jha.

Prakash Jha conveyed his sincere wishes and blessings for the bright future of PSITians. Finally, as parting memories, he gave his autograph on the graffiti wall for the students.

Promotional Launch Event

Launching a new movie is not just about releasing it there on big screen. It is about making it ready to hit the screen with a huge sucess. 'Jai GangajaaJal' movie Promotion at PSIT,Kanpur was a big event !

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IGNITIA'16-Let's Go Digital ( Upcoming... )

A freeze mob to witness the events of Ignitia-2016- TECH-EXPO, ROBOKSHETRA, PROTOKOL '16, SEA OF C, BRIDGE BUILDING, Campus Debate, CAD Addiction, BLAZER, QUIZZER, PHARMACIA-16, TALK-SHOW, SQUADRA,

Idea Sir G and many more..

These will be some of the highlights of 'IGNITIA-2016', PSIT's annual cultural festival. The fest, which is expected to attract nearly 10,000 visitors, is scheduled to be held from 28th February to 1st March.

The organisers of Ignitia'16 have also launched a teaser for the three-day fest.

1. It is a 3 days event, a time when PSIT comes alive with life, music, and dance and most importantly with a hundred memories that are created here.

2. Ignitia fest has been the carnival with a perfect blend of fun and competition. There are a plethora of competitions that rock the college during this time, ranging from literary, dramatics to film and photography. What make students starry eyed for this event is all day thrilling events filled with excitement & entertainment.

3. The Talk-Show also magnets a large intellectual crowd, who gather to hear the various talks by eminent personalities. Ignitia therefore has all that you want, to offer to a huge variety of interests.

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Waves

'Waves', the welcome party for the first year students of different disciplines. As the name goes, the evening marked the induction and integration of the new entrants in the PSIT family.

Waves party this year proved to be ever more jubilant and exciting. Second year students of the various cultural societies of PSIT, the College band synergized their efforts towards a plethora of scintillating performances in the form of traditional, fusion, and western dances, exhilarating singing performances, and a few fillers, making PSIT a soulful evening.
PSIT also saw a very active participation from the first year students who competed with full zeal and great enthusiasm to be crowned the Mr. and Ms. Waves 2015, after three rounds of exemplary performances comprising of Ramp Walk, Question & Answer Round, and Individual Talent Round the following 1st Year students became the freshest faces of PSIT, selected by an eminent jury and awarded.

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Promo Launch of IGNITIA-2016

Promo launch of IGNITIA 2016, PSIT Techno-Cult Fest was organized on 25th January at centre stage, PSIT campus. The inauguration was marvelous; dignitaries of the college were present to grace the occasion. The event began at around 2:15 pm, after the first half.

Student committee of IGNITIA'16 greeted the delegates with the bouquet and requested the Chairman Sir to speak on the occasion.

Chairman Sir congratulated the Vice Chairperson Mam, the Managing Director Ms. Shefali Raj, the HODs, the Faculty Members, as 18 PSIT students once again have achieved top positions in the AKTU merit list. The Gold medalist, Sonam Dwivedi, Silver medalist Niharika Singh and Bronze medalist Karuna Dhankani were awarded the medals at the 13th AKTU convocation. He also congratulated the people who work so tirelessly to guide students. Further, he added - no organization nor our country, for its achievements, could function without its supporting pillars. It is our deepest desire to serve the society by moulding the technocrats and business leaders of tomorrow. To this end, we have endeavored to create a class educational institution that is complete in every way. Be it facilities or faculty, curriculum or career guidance, we seek to offer the very best to our students.

Education that is thorough, purposeful and meets the requirements of today's job market; education that disciplines and inculcates values; education that is in tune with the changing dynamics of today's competitive world -that is the kind of education that PSIT offers.

College Rock band, singers and dancers set the stage on fire with their breathtaking performances. Events which are going to be staged in IGNITIA'16 starting from 28th Feb. to 1st March were announced in the programme. Since this is a student-centered activity intends to hone the soft skills of the students, so maximum participation is always encouraged. We believe these co-curricular acts, social welfare events, literary events not only promotes holistic development but also prepare students to face the competitive world outside the college. Campus placement is the outcome of all the efforts of the college.

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Independence Day Celebration

Every year 15th August - Independence Day is being celebrated in PSIT with the flag hosting. The students present various cultural items related to patriots. These events show that our new generation really love their India & Indian Culture.

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This event highlights the spirit of patriotism of the new generation of the Indian engineers and creates the feelings of responsibility towards the family, society and country. All the members of PSIT family get together on this day and celebrate with full zeal.

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Abdul Kalam Jayanti


 
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Republic Day


 
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Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

On the 145th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, rich tribute was paid to the Father of the Nation by dignitaries and students of the Institute. A small function was organized to commemorate the same.

The Chairman of the Institute enlightened the students on the relevance of Gandhian Philosophy and emphasized that non-violence is the only weapon to resolve all the issues. The students who secured 80% or above marks and 100% attendance during the session 2014-15 were awarded by Hon'ble Chairman with a Cheque of Rs. 5000/-, a Medal & a Certificate. The presentation of awards acted as positive re-enforcement to a non-violent way of life

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Annuad Kavi Sammelan

Hidden in the heart of one & all there is a poet residing... some give words to their feelings and some feel them. As per the tradition the prominent poets of hindi sahitya would encourage and enlighten the eve with their Hasya Ras, Geet Ghazal & Veer Ras.

'Annuad Kavi Sammelan' is a formal or informal gathering of poets in Hindi-speaking belts of northern India. The participants recite their poetry to each other and have a general discussion of literary issues. PSITian's also take part in this cultural fest and we find out the young and hidden talent of our students.