Bannari Amman Institute of Technology organised a virtual inauguration programme on November 26th, 2020 and welcomed the new batch of students for the academic year 2020-2021.
The Programme was graced by the Chief Guests Mr M Ganesh Thirunavukkarasu, Regional Head – Academic Interface Programme, Tata Consultancy Services and presided over by our Chairman Thiru. S. V. Balasubramaniam.
The function was held in the presence of the Trustee Dr M. P. Vijayakumar, Principal Dr C. Palanisamy, Dr K. Sivakumar – Dean – Planning and Development.
The programme started with the prayer song followed by the welcome address by the Principal Dr C. Palanisamy.
The auspicious function was presided over by the Chairman Thiru. S. V. Balasubramaniam. He delivered the Presidential Address, in which he honoured the Chief guest Mr M Ganesh Thirunavukkarasu and he welcomed the new batch of students and their parents. He assured the students that BIT would make them experts in their future career.
He also explained the academic and placement opportunities provided by BIT.
The Trustee Dr M P Vijayakumar IAS (retd) rendered the Special Address in which he congratulated the students for choosing engineering as their future profession and he conversed about the positive impacts of engineering in the society. He also talked about the facilities of BIT. He told that the students can access the faculties and laboratories at any time inside the BIT campus and they can perform in multiple domains as per their wish. BIT provides the freedom of choosing the interesting subjects and faculties for the students.
The chief guest Mr M Ganesh Thirunavukkarasu delivered the Chief guest address. In that, he welcomed the new batch of students. And he told the students that they have entered a lively, an entrepreneurial, a challenging, a divorced, and a warm community. He congratulated the students for choosing one of the premier institutions to pursue their career. He also congratulated the parents for supporting their children.
He spoke about the infrastructure, the serene beauty of nature inside the campus, and the state of the art library at BIT. And he stated the three things that influenced him in his journey of life. He also talked about the specializations of the course B.Tech Computer Science and Business Systems which has been successfully ongoing at BIT with the collaboration of TCS.
He conferred about the relationship between TCS and BIT which is growing stronger ever since it has started over the past few years.
He also mentioned that TCS has been a people’s organisation, where its trust has always been on the human workforce and talent.
He advised the students to compete with their own self, to benchmark themself and to build their resume from the first year itself.
Dr K. Sivakumar, Dean – Planning and Development, proposed the vote of thanks. The session was a thorough learning experience for everyone presented over there.