Samagra Shiksha Vol VI

Quarterly Newsletter of BRCM Education Society
Volume 6 | Jan. - March, 2014
t is a matter of great pleasure and satisfaction that BRCM Education Society has come with the sixth issue of
quarterly news letter “Samagra Shiksha. I believe that the newsletter will serve as a window through which the
complete profile of the academic and co-curricular activities, achievements and progress made during the stipulated
period can be viewed.
H.K. Chaudhary
BRCM Education Society
We at BRCM are committed to creating an ambience for nurturing innovation, creativity and excellence in our students.
We aim to prepare the our students and future leaders to confidently and competently face the challenges of
intensifying competition by imparting high quality education coupled with appropriate training and wide exposure to
the state-of-art practices. Our educational programmes lay emphasis on all round personality development and also in
inculcating human values and professional ethics which help our students become more humane and socially alive to
lead a meaningful life.
My best wishes to all for the new session 2014-15.
he last quarter has been exciting time for all of us at various institutions managed by BRCM Education Society,
specially at BRCM-CET as we hosted a national level sports fest “Frolic 2014” and Techno Cultural Fest “MAISMA
2014”. BRCM Sports Society also organised 7th Chhogmal Choudhary Gramin Khel Mahotsav 2014.
Dr. S.K. Sinha
BRCM Education Society
Congratulations to all the head of the Institutions and staff members of various institutions who have helped in
materializing the sixth issue of “Samagra Shiksha” which is going to be released by the coveted hand of Hon'ble Shri H.
S. Chahal, Vice Chancellor, MD University, Rohtak and Dr. R. S. Jaglan, Registrar, GJUS&T, Hisar. It is endeavor of the
newsletter to acquaint its readers with the achievements of the various Institutions managed by BRCM Education
Society, Bahal.
Pradip Agarwal
Heritage Group of Institution,
t was my privilege to attend the Annual Day
Celebrations 2013 of BRCM Group of Institutions and
its associate Institutions. During my visit, I realized that
BRCM is not only a temple of learning and innovation but
it is a Centre of Educational Excellence which offers allround development of a child from school level to higher
level of education with an integration of social and moral
I would like to share what two of my favourite leaders
have said:1. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam: “I have learnt….
a) Wherever there is a dream in life, that
transforms into a vision and vision takes
shape as many missions………....'
b) The necessity of high level thinking to
transform the Vision into Missions.
c) Acquisition of knowledge from all sources.
Working and working without boundary
conditions till the realization of the mission.
e) 'Leader absorbs the failure and takes the
responsibility and gives the credit for success
to his team while executing the Mission”
Shri Azim H. Premji shared the following:"You should dare to dream, define what you stand
for, never lose your zest and curiosity, always strive
for excellence, build self-confidence, learn to work
in teams, take care of yourself, persevere, have a
broader social vision and finally never let success
go to your head”.
I wish that BRCM will become a University in the
near future and will continue to offer quality
education and guidance to future generation who
will lead our Country to a greater height in the World.
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'Iron Man' of India - Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
ardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the iron-man of India was born on
31st October, 1875, in a small village in Nadiad. His father
Jhaverbhai Patel was a simple farmer and mother Laad Bai
was a simple house wife. From his childhood itself, Patel was a
very hard-working and used to help his father in farming and
studied in a school at N. K. High school, Petlad. He passed his
high-school examination in 1896. Throughout school he was a
very wise and intelligent student. Inspite of poor financial
conditions his father decided to send him to college but
Vallabhbhai refused. Around three years he stayed at home,
worked hard and prepared for the
District Leader's examination, hence
passing with very good percentage.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel went to
England to study law and became a
barrister and returned to India in 1913.
He started his practice in Ahmedabad
and soon he became aware of the local
life, activities and people's problems.
He became an extremely popular
person and he got elected in the
Municipal Corporation in 1917. Around
1915, he came across Mahatma
Gandhi when 'Swadeshi Movement”
was at its peak. Gandhiji gave a lecture
at a place in Ahmedabad where Patel
heard him and was very impressed and
started actively participating in the
freedom movement. The British
government's atrocities were increasing. The government
declared to confiscate all the lands of farmers. He forced the
British government to amend the rules. He brought together the
farmers and encouraged them and hence got the title of 'Sardar'
and thus became famous.
The British government considered him as a threat and his
lectures were considered anti-government and he was
imprisoned several times. In 1942, he took part in the Quit India
Movement under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. With great
wisdom and political foresight, he consolidated the small
kingdoms. He tackled the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Nawab of
Junagarh who intially did not want to join India. There were a lot of
problems connected with the reunion of the numerous states into
India. Sardar Patel's untiring efforts towards the unity of the
country brought success. Due to the achievement of this massive
task, Sardar Patel got the title of 'Iron Man'. ' He is one of the
prestigious leaders of the world who became immmortal by
uniting a scattered nation without any bloodshed. His enthusiasm
to work for the independent nation got a big jolt when Gandhiji was
murdered. Patel was very attached to Gandhiji and considered
him, his elder brother and teacher. He was encouraged by
Mahatma Gandhi in all his work. Gandhiji's death left him broken.
On 15th December, 1950 he died of a
cardiac arrest. The news of his death
spread all over the world. The entire
nation plunged into deep sorrow,
everyday life came to a standstill. A
grateful nation paid a tearful homage to
it's beloved leader. In 1991 the grateful
nation conferred upon him the honour
of Bharat Ratna.
This man of steel learnt early to be
tough, because he was born as a
middle child in a family of impoverished
peasant proprietors. His strength of
character, the sharpness of his mind,
his organizing skills, and all his energy
were offered up for achieving the
freedom of India under Gandhi's
leadership, and after independence for
India's consolidation. We admire a man
who rises to a political or financial peak, but are moved by one
whose sole purpose in life is the strength and wellbeing of his
compatriots. And we are moved even more when we discover that
next to the steel in his soul is a tenderness for colleagues and a
readiness to accept whatever results God ordains. In successive
phases of his life, Vallabhbhai Patel showed the defiance of the
oppressed, a trial lawyer's brilliance, the daring to give up a
flourishing career, the discipline of a soldier in freedom's battles,
the strategies of a General, indifference as a prisoner of the Raj,
the generosity of the strong, the firmness of a patriot, and the
farsightedness of a statesman. If times are depressing or
daunting, Sardar Patel reminds us of India's and Indians' potential.
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Recognitions & Laurels
The College received National Haryana Education Summit Awards 2014 on Feb.
1, 2014 supported by Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar,
AICTE, AIU, Govt of India MNRE / MSME, NIELIT in a function held at CH. Ranbir
Singh Auditorium, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar
under the category “Excellent Infrastructure” in Haryana.
The Volleyball team of the college kept the flag of the college high by bringing home
Gold Medal at MNIT, Jaipur in MST-2014 held on Feb. 21-23, 2014. The college
participated in Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Badminton, Body Building and Power
Lifting and also won 4 silvers and 3 bronze medals in various categories of Power
Lifting and Body Building.
Expert Lectures, Workshop, Seminars
Prof. K.S. Sangwan, Head, Deptt. of Mechanical Engg. BITS, Pilani delivered an
expert lecture on “Lean and Green Manufacturing: New Paradigms for Indian
Industry” on March 13, 2014.
A Guest Lecture was delivered by Dr. Anis Afzal, AMU, Aligarh on “Renewable
Energy” on March. 3-4 2014 for 6th Sem students of EEE branch.
A 10-day Workshop on “Signals & Systems” was conducted by ECE Department
through video conferencing from IIT Kharagpur on Jan. 2-12 2014. Faculty
members of ECE, EEE and students attended the workshop.
Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) organized Entrepreneurship Awareness
Camp on March, 7 2014. An expert Lecture was delivered by Prof. S.K. Sharma,
Head Management Studies, TITS, Bhiwani on “How to build your own enterprise”.
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ACME 2014, A technical Fest was organized on March 3-5, 2014 by the
Department of Mechanical Engineering under the mentorship of Mr. Suresh Kumar,
Assistant Professor, ME. Seventeen technical and non-technical competitions were
The Department of Civil Engineering organized a two-days workshop on 'Structural
Analysis and Design with STADD Pro' on Feb. 8-9, 2014. Dr. S.N. Patel, Assistant
Professor, Civil Engineering graced the occasion both as Chief Guest and the
resource person.
Interactive Sessions Conducted by Mr Amitabh Mohan
Mr Amitabh Mohan, renowned counsellor from Human Learning System
(India), Kolkata conducted interactive sessions in BRCM CET at various
levels and delivered on issues like preparing students to undergo the
selection process, teaching methodologies and an insight about the
career in engineering.
Pre-final year students of the College have two semesters in their hands to
step out in the professional world and just one semester to prepare the
ground for facing the selection panels. Mr Mohan shared his wide
experience of the field and directed the students how to form their ground
in terms of developing professional dressing sense, participating in GDs
and handling PIs. The key sentence of his session was, “It doesn't matter
what do you say or wear, what matters is how do you wear or say what you
wear or say.”
In his interaction with the teachers Mr Mohan updated them about the
latest concepts in teaching methodology which focuses on student centric
teaching. He further added that failure or success of a student is the
performance of the teacher himself
The final session by Mr Mohan was for the First Year students of the
college. He gave an insight to the students about the perspectives of
careers in engineering.
Publications, Workshop/Seminar Attended
Dr. Md. Fahim Ansari, Professor, EEE, published a paper on “Design and
Implementation of ANFIS based MPPT Scheme with Open Loop Boost
Converter for Solar PV Module” in International Journal of Advanced
Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Jan.,
2014, Vol.3, Issue 1 , ISSN/IBBN No 2320-3765 (Impact Factor 1.686).
scheme” in International Journal of Computer Application, Feb., 2014,
ISSN/IBBN No 0975-8887 (Impact Factor 0.876).
Sh. D.C Sati, Assistant Professor, ECE, published a paper on “Simulation
of Multirobot Movement Algorithms for Entity Detection” in International
Journal of Computer Application, Feb., 2014, ISSN/IBBN No 0975-8887
(Impact Factor 0.876).
Dr. Md. Fahim Ansari, Professor, EEE, published a paper on “Modeling of
Mr. Vineet
Dr. Amit Nagwan, Assistant Professor, English, published a paper on “An
Solar PV Module and Maximum Power Point Tracking using ANFIS” in
International Journal of Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews,
Feb.18, 2014, ISSN/IBBN No 1364-0321 (Impact Factor 6.57).
Endeavour to Redefine Consonant Sounds in RP (Received
Pronunciation) ” in International Journal of Humanities, Arts & Literature,
Jan.28,2014, ISSN/IBBN No 2321-8878 (Impact Factor 1.178).
Dr. Gundeep
Tanwar, Associate Professor CSE, published a paper on
“BPEL based scheduling in multi agent system for business applications”
in International journal of Information Technology and Knowledge
management, Dec., 2013, Vol.7, ISSN/IBBN No 0973-4414 (Impact
Factor 1.05), pp 103-107.
Sh. Sajjan
Singh, Assistant Professor, ECE, published a paper on “SC
FUMA based systems to Reduce PAIR by using a modified commanding
Dhawan, A.P., Nishant Sharma, A.P., and Mr. Sunil Kaswan,
Lecturer from the Department of Civil Engineering attended a Three day
training programme on “Energy Efficient and Green Building” on Feb. 2426, 2014 at NITTTR, Chandigarh.
Sh. Jitendra
Gaur, Assistant Professor, Physics, published a paper on
“Thermo Dynamical Study of Metallic Melts” in International Conference
on Science & Engineering of Materials, at Sharda University, Greater
Noida, Jan.6-8,2014, P-125.
Sh. Ashok Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor, ME, published a paper on
“Optimization of Tribological Performance of AL6061TE/15% Sic/15%
Al203 HMMCs by Taguchi method & Grey Relational Analysis” in All
India Seminar on Recent Advancement in Manufacturing and its
Management (RAMM-14), at Institution of Engineers (India) Dhanbad
Local Centre in association with B.I.T Sindri, Feb.7-8,2014.
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Sports Fest – 'FROLIC 2014' (7th Feb. to 9th Feb., 2014)
Mr. Ashan Kumar, Arjun Awardee, (Kabaddi) the Chief Guest addressing the
participants and guests during the opening ceremony of 'Frolic 2014' held on 7th
February, 2014
BRCM CET and Lingaya's University volleyball team in action during the final match
held on 9th April, 2014
The Proud BRCMians holding trophy for overall champion in the Sports
Fest 'Frolic 2014' winning 19 golds, 18 silvers and 19 bronzes in different
sports and events.
Mr. Omprakesh (Dhayanchand Awardee-2003 & Bhim AwardeeVolleyball), the Chief Guest of the closing ceremony of Frolic 2014
addressing the participants and august gathering on 9th Aprill, 2014.
Club Activities of BRCM-CET
BCON Club of the College provided the students of BRCM CET, a platform to prove their oratory and analytical skills through Debate and Group discussion
Competitions held on Feb. 12-13, 2014. Under the mentorship of Mr. Jitender Gaur, AP, Physics and guidance of Mr. Mahesh Attri, AP, Chemistry, 120
students registered as participant for the debate and group discussion.
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MAISMA - 14 – The Techno Cultural Fest
MAISMA-14 – An Intra college Techno Cultural Fest of the college was organized from March 21-23, 2014. The fest recorded participation of more than
250 students in various technical, cultural, literary and fine arts competitions. The major technical competitions included Techno quiz, technical dumb
charades, general aptitude, technical paper presentation and many competitions related to practical application of the concepts. Solo, Dual and group
dance and theme based ramp walk formed the major chunk of cultural competitions. Students proved their oratory skills through debate, group
discussion and extempore speech competitions. Collage making. Rangoli, Poster making and Tattoo making competitions brought the inherent artistic
talent of the students on surface. The fest observed conduction of 37 competitions in all. Finally based on the winning scores of each branch Computer
science and Engineering bagged the trophy of Best Branch. Electronics and Communication Engineering branch received the Trophy of The Best
Organizer branch on the basis of the contribution of students in organizing the fest.
Training and Placement
Rohit Doomra and Ishant chugh were selected after the final round
of the process in JBM Cadmium, Delhi on Jan, 10th 2014.
Through an off-campus drive held at Chandigarh Group of Colleges,
Landran, Chandigarh on Nov. 23, 2013 nine students were
shortlisted in Hewlett Packard Pvt. Ltd. Chandigarh.
Appin Technology shortlisted 32 students from CSE, IT, ECE & ME
through a campus drive held on Dec. 21, 2013.
Glass, Gurgaon & Bull Smart, Jalandhar selected 19
students from EEE & ME through a pool campus held on Jan. 8,
Societal Concern by NSS Unit
NSS unit of the college organized a 07-day special camp from March 5-11, 2014 and a one-day camp was held on Feb. 8, 2014 by the NSS students of
BRCM under the mentorship of Mr. Praveen Gaur, NSS Coordinator, BRCM NSS Unit. The student members of the college interacted with the villagers to
create an awareness for the importance of cleanliness, tree plantation, vaccination and pollution free environment through door to door campaigning.
The students also updated the villagers about the government policies for rural development and free basic education for children. They inspired the
villagers to fight against the evils like sex discrimination and female foeticide and tobacco chewing which are hazardous for society and community
health as well. Street play, debates and discussions became effective tools for this purpose.
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The Rain of Cloud Computing
Dr. Sudesh Kumar, Head CSE/IT Deptt., BRCM CET, Bahal
loud computing makes traditional computing faster, better and
cheaper. Now days, it is real and available to almost all of us. A
commonly held belief is that cloud computing—a utility model for
computing capacity, software and business functionality—is a
phenomenon whose value resides primarily in reducing IT costs. Instead
of installing a suite of software for each computer, you'd only have to load
one application. That application would allow workers to log into a Webbased service which hosts all the programs the user would need for his
or her job. Remote machines owned by another company would run
everything from e-mail to word processing to complex data analysis
programs. It's called cloud computing, and it could change the entire
computer industry. Clients would be able to access their applications
and data from anywhere at any time. They could access the cloud
computing system using any computer linked to the Internet. Data
wouldn't be confined to a hard drive on one user's computer or even a
corporation's internal network. It could bring hardware costs down.
Cloud computing systems would reduce the need for advanced
hardware on the client side. You wouldn't need to buy the fastest
computer with the most memory, because the cloud system would take
care of those needs for you. Instead, you could buy an inexpensive
computer terminal. The terminal could include a monitor, input devices
like a keyboard and mouse and just enough processing power to run the
middleware necessary to connect to the cloud system. You wouldn't
need a large hard drive because you'd store all your information on a
remote computer.
The potential of Cloud also recognized by Government of India and
recently launched the, “GI Cloud” which is termed as 'Meghraj'. This key
pillers of this initiative under National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) include
—State Wide Area Networks (SWAN), State Data Centres (SDCs),
National Service Delivery Gateway (NSDG), State Service Delivery
Gateways (SSDGs) and Common Service Centres (CSCs). This year will
only see it gain further momentum and reach new milestones. This
adoption of cloud will be facilitated by the increase in IT spending in India
projected to total USD 71.3 billion in 2014, a 5.9 percent increase from
the USD 67.4 billion forecast for 2013. The main objectives of GI Cloud
includes: Optimum utilization of infrastructure, Speeding up the
development and deployment of eGov applications, Easy replication of
successful applications across States to avoid duplication of effort and
cost in development of similar applications; and Availability of certified
applications following common standards at one place.
Services provided by National Clouds would include infrastructure
(compute, storage and network), platform, backup and recovery,
infrastructure scaling of the State Clouds, application development,
migration and hosting etc. Over a period of time, other clouds at the
national level could also provide remote infrastructure management for
the State Clouds. Private players will additionally be allowed to host
cloud-based apps on the eGov AppStore, which will be the common
platform to host and run applications (developed by government
agencies or private players) in national clouds. Fever of Cloud
Computing has been spread out over the whole world. A survey of 1,035
business and IT executives by London School of Economics (Accenture
research) supports the position that cloud is finally delivering on much of
its promise.
Activities/Projects to be implemented under GI Cloud:
Setting up of National & State Clouds - Cloud computing
platforms at National and State levels
AppStore (e-RAAS, Reusable Application Availability Store)Common platform to host and run applications. The overall
objective of the National eGov AppStore is to create a market place
of customizable and configurable applications that can be re-used
by various government agencies /departments at Centre and
States without investing time and effort in development of such
applications. There would be minimum 20 applications to be
hosted annually on the AppStore. NIC has been identified as the
implementing agency for eGov AppStore.
GI Cloud Services Directory - Single window or portal for GI Cloud
service delivery
Common set of protocols, guidelines and standards for GI Cloud
Institutional mechanism - To operate and manage the GI Cloud
Centre of Excellence - For awareness building, best practices
creation, providing advisory services to the departments on cloud
adoption, showcasing the cloud technologies, international
collaboration and research and development.
Architecture Management Unit - To bring out Common set of
protocols, guidelines and standards for GI Cloud
Cloud computing providers offer their services according to
several fundamental models: infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform
as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS) where IaaS is the
most basic and each higher model abstracts from the details of the lower
IaaS offer computers – physical or (more often) virtual machines,
and other resources such as such as a virtual-machine disk image
library, raw (block) and file-based storage, firewalls, load balancers, IP
addresses, virtual local area networks (VLANs), and software bundles.
In the PaaS models, cloud providers deliver a computing platform,
typically including operating system, programming language execution
environment, database, and web server. Application developers can
develop and run their software solutions on a cloud platform without the
cost and complexity of buying and managing the underlying hardware
and software layers. Whereas Saas provides access to application
software and databases. Cloud providers manage the infrastructure and
platforms that run the applications. SaaS is sometimes referred to as
"on-demand software" and is usually priced on a pay-per-use basis.
SaaS providers generally price applications using a subscription fee.
Conclusion: Cloud Computing is much more than on-demand
pricing or lower IT costs. It provides a new model for sourcing
computing, which, in turn, will lead to significant changes in the business
and IT landscape. It can promote learning and increase in use of latest
innovations in IT at no cost. Frankly speaking The applications of cloud
computing are practically limitless.
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Dr. S. K. Mishra, Principal
Dr. S. K. Mishra, who has taken charge of Principal, GDC Memorial College has been working in the field of education from
last 34 years and besides teaching, he has administrative experience of working as Registrar and Controller in Govt. Post
Graduate College, Hisar. He was also visiting fellow J.N.V. University, Jodhpur (Raj.).
He is M.A., Ph.D. (Defence Studies), CIC, PGDJMC, PGDDM. His research papers (More than 1500) have been published in several
National and International Journals. He has also published 32 books and successfully completed 5 UGC Research Projects.
He has been awarded as “Man of the Year 1999”, an International Award by America Biographic Institute. Dr. Mishra is also
the recipient of first, second and third prize by Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India for outstanding defence related book writing
and has also been honoured by Human Resource & Development Ministry, Govt. of India for High Standard Writing for
Literacy Mission Essay Competition.
Debate Competition 'Vimarsh'
The College organized a Debate Competition under the literary platform “Vimarsh” on the topic ^^Hkkouk,° gh euq"; thou dk vk/kkj gSa**“Emotions are
the basis of human existence” on 6th Feb., 2014 in which students expressed their views with great enthusiasm. The winners were honoured by Sh.
H.K. Chaudhary, Hon'ble Chairman and Mrs. Urmila Chaudhary in the presence of Dr. S.K. Sinha, Director, Dr. Vandana Tyagi, Ex. Principal, GDC
Memorial College and Mrs. Sunita Chauhan, Head Mistress, RDNL Vidya Mandir.
Exhibition: “An insight into New Awakenings”
“An insight into New Awakenings” ^^ubZ psrukvksa esa ,d vUr% n`f"V** an Inter School Science Exhibition was organised on 31st Jan, 2014 in which 15
Senior Secondary Schools participated and presented 35 models. 30 models were also presented by the students of GDC Memorial College in
Science, Humanities and Commerce.
Mrs. Urmila Chaudhary wife of Sh. H. K. Chaudhary, Chairman , H.K.C Foundation inaugurated the Science Exhibition in the presence of Dr. S.K. Sinha,
Director, BRCM Education Society, Dr. B.C. Sharma, Principal, BRCM-CET and Dr. Vandana Tyagi, Ex. Principal, GDC Memorial College.
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Workshops and Seminars
The Renowned Counselor Mr. Amitabh Mohan, from Kolkata HLS (India), delivering
a lecture on 'Positive Thinking' for the students during the workshop held on 4th Feb.,
Dr. (Mrs.) Satyender Notra, Rtd. HOD Dept. of Psychology, Vaish College, Bhiwani
delivering a lecture on “Introduction to Practical Hypnosis” during a workshop held
on 3rd March, 2014.
Yoga Competition
The Yoga team of GDC Memorial College represented the college in
Inter Collegiate Yoga Competition and secured 2nd Position in
University. Four students from college were selected for University
Yoga Team and they will represent the M.D. University, Rohtak.
Ms. Ravina, B.Com. 2nd Year, won Bronze Medal in State Judo
Competition and has been selected for 'National Judo Competition' to
be held soon in Dehradoon.
NSS Unit of the College
The NSS Unit of college organized a rally on 28th Feb., 2014 in order to
bring awareness among the people towards 'Water Conservation and Save
Environment' under the platform “Jagriti”.
A student of college telling about the life sketch and achievements of Netaji
Subhash Chandra Bose during the celebration of Netaji Subhash Jayanti
held on 23rd Jan., 2014.
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Kolkata Tour – 21st Jan. to 28th Jan., 2014
Safar-Ek Sansmaran...
The college organized an educational tour to Kolkata in which 28 girls and
two members of faculty (two Assistant Professors) and one attendant visited
various famous places at Kolkata like Ram Krishan Mission, Vellur Math,
Birla Museum, Zoo, The Science City, Victoria Memorial, Nicco Park, Birla
Planetarium, Church, Gangasagar and Heritage Campus. The student also
visited the factory of Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd. located at Falta. The students
were overwhelmed with joy when they attended the motivational talk by Mr.
Vinod Aggarwal, C.A. and Mr. Naresh Aggarwal, C.A. followed by dinner at
Conclave Club. The tour proved to be very successful and it was a learning
experience for the students.
The staff and students are very grateful for the efforts and support of
Sh. H. K. Chaudhary ji, Chairman, HKC Foundation and The Heritage Group of Institutions.
Glimpses of Visit to Kolkata
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Republic Day Celebration
The 65th Republic Day was celebrated with great pomp in the vicinity
of BRCM Public School, Vidyagram. The event was graced by Dr.
S.K.Sinha, Director BRCM Educational Society, who witnessed the
programs put up by the students. He was escorted by Mr. Praveen
Masta, Principal BRCM Public School, Vidyagram along with other
dignitaries along with school horse riding club led by Master Arun
Godara of class X with his team of six members. A grand March Past
was carried out by students from all the houses led by the flag bearers
and house captains. The school choir sang the patriotic song
“Chaman Yeh Hamara Pyara Hindustan”. Honorable chief guest
Dr. S.K. Sinha expressed his pleasure in witnessing the program put
up by the students. He encouraged the students to pursue their
hobbies and have a sense of social responsibility.
Unfurling of Tri-colour by the Chief Guest.
Students presenting the culture of India.
Paying Salute to Hon.Chief Guest.
The day's celebration came to an end with Mr.Rajesh Jhajjaria Vice Principal (Admn.) proposing the vote of thanks, where the staff and students
of BRCM Public School,Vidyagram were thanked for making the day, a wonderful success and with the distribution of sweets to parents and
CCE Workshop-cum-Counselling Session
An informative, enlightening workshop on Continuous &
Comprehensive Evaluation was organized under the aegis of BRCM
Public School, Vidyagram's campus on 9 July 2011. The Workshop
was conducted by Mr. Amitabh Mohan, a counselor, psycologist from
Kolkata. The Workshop addressed the need and significance of CCE –
an imperative to meet the pressing requirement of preparing today's
students for tomorrow. Mr. Mohan gave hands-on experience to
teachers to evolve methods of teaching subjects with a focus on Skill
development and Conceptual learning
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Amitabh Mohan Interacting with Students and Teachers.
The session on the above mentioned deliberations interspersed with
lively discussions and lighter moments of poetry; anecdotes and idea
sharing. The workshop concluded on a satisfying note of an
experience to cherish for arranging a workshop on CCE. A very
enthusiastic and positive feedback was received in this context.
Farewell Party For Class 12th
On the 23rd of February 2014, our school witnessed “A bien'to”
farewell party hosted by the students of Class Eleven and dedicated to
the Class Twelve students of BRCM Public School, Vidyagram. The
day started with great excitement and merriment, as all the Class
Twelve students dressed up to their glamorous best and arrived for the
"Tilak” ceremony: the boys looked dashing in their tuxedos and the
girls, who never fail to put on a show, were draped in gorgeous saris
bought for the occasion. A band of singers included Sanjog, Ankit
and Aditya who sang “A number of melodious songs. To add some
fun to the farewell party, students were also given specific titles based
on their unique personality.
Divyansh Aggerwal got the title of Mr. BRCM, whereas Poonam grabbed the crown for Miss BRCM, Mr.Popular Title was embraced by Aukaash. We
had to take heart and wish them all the luck and love in the world to make their fortune outside. There ended a beautiful day marked with both happiness
and sorrow and lots and lots of love.
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Basant Panchmi Celebration
“Basant Panchmi” is an occasion which marks the advent of the spring
season and is also celebrated to worship Saraswati, the Goddess of
knowledge and wisdom. This day was celebrated in BRCM Public
School ,Vidyagram with great fervor and enthusiasm. Yellow colour –
representative of spiritual knowledge, is given importance on Basant
Panchmi. The Pooja started with a beautiful Saraswati Vandana in
continuation of Havan ceremony and after that Prasad was distributed
among the children. The children enjoyed the day, enlightened by the
blessings of Maa Saraswati.
The children enjoyed the day, enlightened by the blessings of Maa Saraswati. Basant Panchami a day marking the onset of spring and also dedicated to Maa
Saraswati (the goddess of knowledge & learning) was celebrated in school with traditional fervor on 04 February, 2014.
Hawan Ceremony for Board Exams
To receive the spiritual blessings before the board examinations, a
Hawan Ceremony was organised. The students of class X & XII who
were to take their board exams participated in the ceremony religiously.
They also received the blessings of their teachers under whose
guidance they prepared themselves for the board exams.
Seeking blessings from Maa Saraswati for Boards Exams.
This ceremony showed the faith of students in God and Principal gave
some important points of knowledge to the students. After the
ceremony students took prasad and this ceremony was completed
with full faith in God and great enthusiasm.
Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the
brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every
other idea alone. This is the way to success.
-Swami Vivekananda
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7th Chhogmal Chaudhary Gr
he 7th Chhogmal Chaudhary Gramin Khel Mahotsava was organized
from 30th January 2014 to 01st February 2014 at Rajiv Gandhi Khel
Parisar, Bahal in which more than 2000 participants from 8
blocks/tehsils participated in various games and sporting events. The Khel
Mahotsava was inaugurated by Dr. Laxman Singh Ranawat,Vice Chancellor,
Rajasthan Sports University, Jhunjhunu-Rajasthan who was the Chief Guest
of Opening Ceremony on 30th January 2014 at 10:00 AM. Opening
Ceremony was marked by presence of International Sports personalities
including huge crowd from Bahal and adjoining villages of Bhiwani District.
Mr. Sanjay Phogat, Indian Volleyball Team (Senior) Captain & Arjuna Awardee
was present on this occasion as Guest of Honour. The other International
sports personalities & guests who were present on this occasion includes Sh
Asan Kumar Sangwan,Arjuna Awardee ( Kabaddi), Sh K K Godara, Arjun
Awardee (Kabaddi), Capt Hawa Singh, International Player (Kabaddi), Sh
Sunil Kumar, International Player Para Olympics, Sh Bharat Bhushan, Chief
Coach, Basketball, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, Sh Praveen Aggarwal,
Kolkata, Prof Surendra Sharma, Academic Advisor, Bhiwani, Sh Ranbir
Singh, Chief Coach, Indian Cycling Team.
Sh. H.K. Chaudhary, Chairman, BRCM Sports Society, Dr. S.K. Sinha, Director,
BRCM Education Society & all the Heads of various BRCM Institutions managed
by BRCM Education Society were also present on this occasion.
The Inaugural Ceremony was marked by March Past by students of NCC,
Scouts & Guides and School Band which was followed by the lighting of
Torch (Mashal) by the Chief Guest and Torch Relay by selected participants.
Balloons and pigeon were also released on this occasion. A colourful
cultural programme was also presented by students of various Institutions
managed by BRCM Education Society.
The closing ceremony of games was held on 01st February 2014 from 03:00
PM onward. Closing Ceremony was blessed by the auspicious presence of
Sh. Jagdish Singh, Dronacharya Awardee ( Boxing). The Other Dignitaries
who were present were: Shri Chhaju Ram Goyat ,District Sports and youth
Affair Office, Bhiwani, Shri Ram Mehar Singh,Arjun Awardee( Kabaddi), Shri
Kaptan Singh, Asian Games Medalist (Kabaddi), Shri H. K. Chaudhary,
Chairman, BRHD Charitable Trust, Shri Amitabh Mohan, Director HLS India,
Kolkata were also present and distributor prizes to the winners of various
games and sports events at Khel Mahotsav
All the dignitaries, Special Guests and other guests witnessed the final
Volleyball Match (Men) before the prize distribution ceremony. After the
welcome address by Dr. S.K. Sinha, Director, Sh. H.K. Chaudhary, Chairman
also address the gathering. Shri H. K. Chaudhary thanked the authorities and
assured the crowd about the commitment of BRCM Sports Society for the
betterment of games & sports in this area.
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ramin Khel Mahotsava - 2014
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Nanhe Kadam
A Corner Stage of our enduring Success through Nanhe Kadam
BRHD CHARITABLE TRUST have scaled up the initiative to
provide free yet holistic education to the children of Bahal by
starting a free School for underprivileged section of the Society
in the name of "NANHE KADAM". "Nanhe Kadam" is the
initiative taken by Sh. H.K. Chaudhary, Chairman, BRHD
Charitable Trust that lays the foundation for the underprivileged
children to succeed in later life, for without essential education
they may never get a chance to break out of their
circumstances and life style. “Nanhe Kadam” started in the
year 2010 at BRCM Public School, Gyankunj and now the
number has touched the mark of 275. Initially parents and the
community were to be convinced hard to send their children to
“Nanhe Kadam” but gradually the efforts and the result paid off.
In most cases the children are the first generation learners, but
the quality education provided at Nanhe Kadam motivated the
economically weaker section of Bahal to send their children in
Nanhe Kadam. It took the half of the team of efficient and
dedicated teachers who are volunteering to look after the needs
of these students and at the same time making teaching
learning process synchronised with their own schools of
English, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, etc.
Students enjoy the basic learning as well as actively take part in
different co-curricular activities like Arts, Computers, Dance
and Music etc. It is very thrilling to see them actualizing their
innate talents, when provided proper platform. They are
learning fast to become Singer, Artist, and Computer literate
and above all a good citizen.
It is mainly from class LKG to VIII and the education given to
them is designed in such a way as to make up for the
deficiencies and disadvantages in the individual learning
experiences, planned to provide equal opportunity for the
children born in underprivileged section of the Society.
The BRHD Charitable Trust provides free stationery, Books,
School Bags, Uniforms, Tiffin and other modern teaching
learning facilities and infrastructure to all students with the aim
to improve the intellectual and academic abilities so that these
underprivileged children can come into the main stream of the
The students of 'Nanhe Kadam' studying in the classroom
Free distribution of sweaters to the students of 'Nanhe Kadam' by the Trust
The students of Nanhe Kadam participating in Computer
Literacy Programme in Computer Lab of BRCM Gyankunj
Teacher of 'Nanhe Kadam' teaching the students in the classroom
through Educomp Smart Board
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Bahal 127028, Distt. Bhiwani, Haryana
Phone: +91 1255 265228 Fax : +91 1255 265228
Email: [email protected] Website:
New Year Celebration
New Year was celebrated enthusiastically on 1st Jan., 2014 with lot of
hopes and inspirations from the core of our heart. The staff members were
addressed by the Principal with motivational words of wisdom to realize the
significance of time in our life. The students prepared attractive and
decorative New Year Cards with splendid creativity to wish happy New Year
to the teachers and their mates.
Mr.Gajindra Bhoi, Principal BRCM Public School, Gyankunj, Mrs.Geetanjali
Pradhan and Mr.Sandeep Tandon Vice-Principal performed the Havan along
with the teaching, non-teaching fraternity and the students of 12th standard
on 14th January on the occasion of Foundation Day in BRCM Public School,
Gyankunj. Dr. S. K. Sinha, Director (Admin), BRCM Education Society, Dr.
BC. Sharma, Principal, BRCM College of Engineering & Technology, Mrs.
Sunita Chauhan, Headmistress, RDNL VidyaMandir, Staff of various
institutes and other well-known personalities of Bahal were present on this
occasion. It was done with the blessing of the Principal and other dignitaries
for the betterment of students and the bright future of the institute.
Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti is one of the most sacred occasions in Hinduism, when
thousands of people around the world come together on the different ghats
of the Ganges to dip in the holy water to get rid of the sins. On this auspicious
day on 14th Jan, 2014. Havan was performed to mark the Foundation Day
of the school. The Director, the Principal and the staff were present to
promote harmonious and sanctified atmosphere for holistic achievements
in the domain of quality education. On the occasion, everybody exchanged
well wishes to one another.
Republic Day Celebration
Healthy Mind in Healthy Body
Maintaining the dictum of the above statement, the focal point of our school
is to impart quality education with sound physical health for the overall
development of the students. The Second Round of the Annual Event- SPAT,
was hosted by BRCM Public School, Gyankunj in the premises of Rajiv
Gandhi Stadium, Bahal where, students of Gyankunj as well as the students
of various other schools of Bahal Block took active part in the event held
from 15th Dec. to 22nd Dec, 2014. The result was declared on 23rd Jan,
2014 in which 47 students of Gyankunj qualified for the final round and
brought laurels to the school under the able guidance of the School
Principal, Mr. Gajindra Bhoi.
With a deep sense of gratitude to the Chief Guest Dr. B.C. Sharma, Principal,
BRCM CET, who had kindly consented our request to be amongst us in the
school on the occasion of 67th Republic Day Celebration which was held in
BRCM Public School, Gyankunj on 26 January 2014. The Chief Guest
hoisted the national flag and delivered a motivational speech which inspired
the children with future vision. Some hearts touching cultural events were
performed by the students. Subham Sharma of class XII along with his rock
band gave a splendid performance. Many students proved their talent in
various events. Patriotism prevailed in the atmosphere. The Principal, Shri
Gajindra Bhoi also delivered a speech on present demand of the Democracy
in the context of transforming India.
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Teachers' Orientation Program
The main objective of conducting orientation programs in schools is to
transform an ordinary teacher into a learned and creative one. These
orientation programs also help the teacher to adjust to the current situation
as an employee and a community leader, so such orientation programs
should become an integral and formal part of the schools in-service
education curriculum. They reflect a coherent perspective on teachinglearning and learning to teach process that gives direction to the practical
activities of educating teachers. An orientation program on CCE and other
child centred issues was conducted by the eminent psychologist, Mr
Amitabh Mohan from Human Learning System, India, in Gyankunj premises
on 5th Feb 2014. During this workshop there was discussion on the latest
modifications done by CBSE in the CCE patterns and the myths regarding it.
He also enlightened the teachers to develop positive relationship between
classroom environment and instructional practices. At the end of the
session Principal Sir esteemed the renowned motivator with a memento and
cordial thanks.
Jawahar Navodaya Entrance Exam
Jawahar NavodayaVidyalayas are located all over the country, functioning
under the Ministry of Human Resource Development.These are residential
and co-educational schools providing good quality education to the children
mainly from the rural areas without discriminating to their families' socio
economic conditions. These vidyalayas under the CBSE guidelines
conducted a nationwide entrance exam for the next session on 8th Feb,
2014 and our school was the centre of it.This year 162 students were
registered and out of them, 144 students appeared for the test.
Open House (Parent Teacher Meet)
For any educational institution an open house is a must because it is
beneficial for understanding the child better and also helps in finding
solutions for their academic as well as behavioural problems .It is often
considered as a supplement to the information conveyed in the report card
by focussing on the student's strengths and weaknesses in individual
subjects and generalising the level of inter-curricular skills and
competencies. In short it is collaboration between the educators and the
parents for child's holistic development and success. The recent open
house for the session was held on 21st Feb 2014 .Parents turned up in
hyper number to discuss the performance of their wards before the
commencement of Final Examinations.
Bidding Adieu
Our world is like a stage and we are merely actors .We enact many roles
continuously during our lifetime, some of joy and some of sorrow. The
sheer reality of life is that it is full of events which are stored up in our
pages of memories and one such event is always the last day at school. It
is often said that one's best period of life is the time spent in school, the
golden era of one's life. We celebrated the farewell function which was
presided over Dr SK Sinha, Director, BRCM Education Society and Sh. JN
Sharma CFO, BRHD Trust on 15th Feb, 2014.The function started with the
recitation of the Shanti Path and Lighting of the Lamp. The students of
outgoing class 12th were inspired by the address delivered by Mr.
Gajendra Bhoi, Principal, who advised them to follow their future course
of life with full conviction and never feel downcast in the times of failure
but try again and again to attain supreme success. At the same time he
also urged them never to forget their Alma Mater. It was followed by the
motivating words of Dr. S. K. Sinha, Director, BRCM Education Society.
Some students also shared experiences of their life in Gyankunj leading to
the candle march by the students of class 12th .Though it was an
atmosphere full of joy and excitement but at the same time it was tinged
with an air of melancholy and sadness.
The highest education is that which dose not merely give us information but makes
our life in harmony with all existence.
-Rabindranath Tagore
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Phone: +91 1255 265164
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Workshop, PTM and Other Events
On 3rd February, 2014 a workshop on CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive
Evaluation) and FA (Formative Assessment) and SA (summative
assessment) was held, which was conducted by Mr. Amitabh Mohan of HLS
India, Kolkata.
Kids of RDNL School participating in Mass Cultural show during opening
ceremony of 7th Chhogmal Chaudhary Gramin Khel Mahotsav 2014 which
was held on 30th Jan., 2014 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium.
Parents play the most important role in bringing up children. The School and
Parents at the RDNL Join hands to create a purposeful atmosphere that
promotes good learning to bring out the best in our children through parents
teacher meeting (PTM).
A house wise Quiz Competition was held on 18th February 2014. It was
very interesting competition. Each house was trying their best to reach the
top. The competition was tough; at last Blue House got the 1st position.
Graduation Ceremony 2013-14
Graduation Ceremony 'UDAAN' was celebrated on 26th Feb., 2014. Mr. Gajendra
Bhoi, Principal, BRCM Gyankunj and Mr. Parveen Masta, Principal, BRCM,
Vidyagram encouraged the students of RDNL with their kind presence.
An educational tour was organised on 15 March, 2014 for the kids of RDNL who
visited to Zee Litera Valley School, Bhiwani. The teachers and the students were
enriched in their knowledge by interacting with teachers of Zee Litera Valley
School, Bhiwani.
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Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd., an internationally acclaimed Tier 1 enterprise
which specializes in manufacturing of photovoltaic (PV) solar modules
and EPC contracts for solar power plants has commissioned a 100 KW
Solar Mini Grid System at Bahal, Haryana. The mini-grid will help power
supply to six residential blocks consisting of 35 households in the
village. These households have been connected at load end with auto
The Intelligent Mini Grid System has used state of the art equipments
including crystalline solar PV modules manufactured by Vikram Solar
and inverters by SMA (Sunny Boy). One set of off-grid inverters charges
a set of batteries during the daytime when sun is available. These
batteries create a “DC Bus” inside the Control Room. Another set of
string inverters which are installed in the PV yard sense this dummy grid
and synchronise. The total power is now made available through the
dedicated grid to the consumers. Again, during night time the consumer
load is fed by the off-grid inverters with batteries acting as a back-up.
Intelligent sensing options both at the power generating source end as
well as the at the consumer end manages the load variation and helps in
keeping the system balanced all the time.
The advanced system commissioned by Vikram Solar has been load
tested for connecting to the entire 35 households in six residential
blocks. Presently all the loads of the solar control room and the six
blocks are running on solar power with auto grid changeover facility for
ensuring redundancy.
Also keeping in mind to meet the scalable consumer load in the near
future, the entire system can be easily expandable as the design is
modular in nature.
Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary, Managing Director, Vikram Solar stated,
“Vikram Solar is pleased to present this solar-powered intelligent mini
grid systems in the rural areas. Decentralised renewable energy
solutions like this can be powerful game changers in the remote and
rural areas of India where large number of villages are still not reached by
the electricity grid. This will not only suppor t the Rural Energy Mission
but also do away with the 20% T&D losses which is generally
experienced by huge transmission & distribution network.”
Vikram Solar is an internationally acclaimed enterprise which
specializes in manufacturing of PV solar modules and EPC business. It is
a part of the Vikram Group of companies, boasting of a glorious history
of over 40 years in engineering and manufacturing activities. Vikram
Solar's facility, located in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of Falta, West
Bengal, is spread over a sprawling 40,000 sq ft area and has a 150 MW
installed production capacity. This facility is among the most
technologically advanced in the world. Apart from catering to the panIndia market, Vikram Solar has a global presence with offices in Europe,
Africa & USA.
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aspect of 100 KW Mini-Grid Solar Power Plant who visited on 20 March, 2014.
Shri Subhendu Roy, Vice President, Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata explaining the concept of 100 KW Solar Plant through schematic drawing to the
visiting journalists from Delhi on 26th March, 2014 which has been commissioned at Bahal Village (Haryana).
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Group of Institutions, Bahal (Haryana)
BRCM is Concerned About the Environment…….
Environmental Policy
BRCM Education Society, Bahal, Haryana
BRCM Education Society not only aims to provide leadership in
education and community development but is also aiming to provide
stewardship in sustainability by promoting use of green technologies
and practices. As a conscious and responsible organization, BRCM is
enduringly committed towards protection and conservation of our
environment. By doing this, we will endeavor to sensitize our students
towards climate change & depletion of our natural resources, and to
train them in preservation through adapting nature friendly activities.
BRCM shall emphasize on being a Green Campus and vehemently
promote green culture. BRCM envisions being one of the few institutes
in India to go in for LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design)
certification of its entire campus by the Green Building Council of India.
BRCM shall strive to incorporate sustainability into our daily curriculum
through internal and external efforts. Specifically, we shall adopt the
following policies and practices such as treating and reusing waste
water, rain water harvesting, recycling solid waste and composting,
using solar power & electricity conserving utilities, using locally
sourced environmentally friendly materials and products and insisting
on adopting the three R's in regular lifestyle - reduce, recycle and reuse.
BRCM shall strive to increase waste diversion by recycling all paper,
bottles & cans, composting all food and landscape waste. We shall
reduce the use of toxic materials to protect student, staff and employee
health. We shall purchase and use products with least packaging (no
plastic, Styrofoam, aerosol packaging), energy star rated appliances
and office equipment, most water efficient toilets, urinals,
showerheads. We shall conserve fossil fuels by promoting the use of
public transport and car pooling.
BRCM missions to promote an environmental friendly culture among
the students and staff members and achieve increased quality of life &
productivity, enabling a more resource efficient Campus by conserving
energy, water & natural resources and innovate a rigorous Green
Initiative into our daily Campus life.
BRCM believes as an individuals and as an institution that we have a
social and ecological responsibility to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions. BRCM supports an ongoing educational campaign for low
carbon emissions, greener living and climate change awareness. BRCM
resolves to set an example in each of the following areas by
demonstrating practical level of sustainability in its campus.
The BRCM Vidyagram campus & GDC Memorial College campus are
just like an Oasis within a desert background. The entire campus is
provided with a lush green environment by planting large number trees
(mostly Neem). These trees are known to have benefits such as
insecticide properties, efficient purifier of air, besides providing a shade
and shelters to number birds increasing the scenic as well as faunal
diversity of the campus. Tree plantation are regularly being carried out
at various other institutions also which are managed by BRCM
Education Society. Every year more than 15000 trees are being planted
at various locations. The society also encourages Self Help Groups
(SHGs) and various Schools located nearby for tree plantation every
year. The Society has also been engaged in landscaping of ITI, Bahal
(under Public Private Partnership) since last two years to make this
Campus as one of the best ITI Campus in Haryana. A nursery has been
established in horticulture section of the campus to take care of the
greenery of the campus round the year.
The buildings at BRCM Campus are designed to catch rainfall water.
The storm runoffs are as well diverted to collection water tanks. The
harvested rain water is used for augmenting the water need of the
campus populace and to some extent recharge the local groundwater of
the aquifer.
Sitting amid the desert environment BRCM acknowledge the value of
single drop of water. In substantiating this, BRCM has established a fullfledged sewage treatment plant (STP) of 5.50 Lacs liter per day
capacity. The STP collects sewages from the entire campus (residential,
academic and commercial areas) through underground built sewerage
system. STP treated the sewage up to primary to secondary treatment
based on the requirement of subsequent use of recycled water. Mostly
the recycled water is used for irrigating the landscape, lawn through
sprinkler irrigation method. The fact is that all the sewage generated by
2000 strong population of the campus is being recycled by the BRCM
without even a releasing a single drop of sewage/waste water outside
the campus.
Realizing the alarming cost of electricity production, intermittent power
supply in the area, BRCM education Society has taken a giant step in this
direction and decided to harness thermal energy of the sun. BRCM has
provided all the residential building including staff quarters, student
hostels & Students Mess (Annapurna Mess) with solar heating unit for
providing hot water during winter seasons.
BRCM has taken up a path braking step by establishing Solar Power
Plants in the Campus to meet its electricity requirements as well to
reduce its dependency on Generator, running on even more valuable
resource such as diesel, during power cutoff. Through this initiative
Group of Institutions, Bahal (Haryana)
BRCM has shown his fullest commitment towards greener energy
production by reducing carbon footprint and climate change problems.
100 KW Solar Power Plant was commissioned in the year 2012 at the
roof top of the BRCM-CET building to supply electricity to the College
Block. Another 100 KW Solar power Plant has also been commissioned
at Horticulture Area in November 2013 as a part of 250 KW Rural Mini
Grid Plant to supply electricity to the residential blocks of Vidyagram
Campus. The remaining 150 KW Solar Power Plants will be
commissioned in second phase. BRCM has also commissioned two
smaller Solar Plants of capacity 5 KW & 08 KW at BRCM Public School,
Gyankunj and Labour Colony respectively.
Keeping in view the effect of utilization of inorganic fertilizers and
pesticides on vegetable and fruits on human health, BRCM has taken
initiatives to promote organic farming at its horticulture section.
Varieties of green vegetables and fruits are grown there by using vermincompost (composting obtained from specific strain of earthworm) as
well as organic compost obtained from biodegradable solid waste
generated inside the campus such as plant residue, residue and other
organic waste from domestic kitchens and central mess facility.
In the backdrop of dwindling natural raw materials for paper
manufacturing including bamboo, BRCM has established a paper
recycling unit in the campus. This unit utilizes used paper including old
note book and practical file and other paper waste to manufacture the
recycles paper. Students are encourages to use their recycled paper
note book and paper board for their project works. By reducing the many
steps in the life cycle of a paper production process, the unit contributes
considerably towards the sustainability of the environment.
Plastic being non-biodegradable and known to have serious impact on
the soil pollution and the entire drainage (sewage) system, use of
polyethylene plastic bags are completely prohibited in the campus by
order. Student and staff members also encourage through awareness
programme not to bring plastics carrying bags inside the campus.
BRCM Education Society being environment concern shall be
celebrating World Environment Day( 5th June) in all our institutions and
will actively participate for a week long programe for educating
students, staff and the local villagers about the how save earth and
environment due to vulnerable climatic Changes, to overcome
environmental problems and to raise awareness about the impact of
climatic changes by organizing by various seminars & debates, display
of posters with different Slogans, Street Plays, interaction with the
villagers etc.
Solar Power Plant
Sewage Treatment Plant
Tree Plantation
Paper Recycling
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