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rishtICONe Edition : Third

Volume : 4

A tété a tété With Professor L.U.B. Pandey Page : 02

May, 2013

Stepping Towards Robolution: ROBOCLUB

Some Special Days1 May- May Day International Workers' Day also known as May Day is as celebration of the international labour movement. May day has long been a focal point for demonstration by various socialist communist and anarchist groups in 1886 Haymarket Affair in Chicago

12 May- Mothers' Day Mothers' day is a day for many people to show their appreciation towards mothers and mother figures worldwide.

As the year end approaches... Talking about this academic year, it was a very happening session in all spheres of activities among which major change was of winning an autonomous status. The year saw participation in various tech-fests, forums and councils work was done with new zeal. Final year passes out with big dreams. We all wish them luck and bid adieu. AS KNIT GROWS OLD… The Junior most first year, Baby-stepped a new phase, Shone brightly all the way! Adolescent second year, Grown as seniors, Guided the tots, A second hand for the elderly, Gritted with mettle! Maturing third year, Bucked up the young ones, With a dream to sail, Left their comfort zones, Shuttled in between Responsibilities and duties! And our very own… The experienced final year, The torch bearers, Those everyone looked forward to, Supported all the while. Were teachers, For their aspiring juniors, Friends, for the depressed, Light, for the gloomy. Banged their journey! And now bidding 'goodbyes' With a promise to stay in touch…

Bidding Adieu- Messages from the batch '13 Page : 08

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Patron: Dr. K.S. Verma


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Convener: Dr. Deependra Singh

National Conference on Recent Trends in Energy Systems Department of Electrical Engineering, KNIT Sultanpur o r g a n i z e d a N AT I O N A L CONFERENCE ON RECENT TRENDS IN ENERGY SYSTEMS on 5-6 April, 2013. In this two day event, many eminent teacher, researchers and scientists participated and expressed their views on the relevant topics. The chief guest for the event was the DGM of UPPCL, Sultanpur Er. S. C. Jha and S. C. Singh from IIT BHU was the special guest of the function and the chief guest inaugurated the same. Papers on burning issues and relevant topics were presented on both the days which included topics like Renewable Energy Systems, Power System, Power System Operation, Control, Planning, Economics and Management. Apart from the papers there were speeches from eminent people from various places who increased the charm of the conference many folds. Thus the conference was successful effort in bringing many bright brains of the nation below on roof and paved the way for healthy interaction and learning experience for the students of the college and all other participants of the conference. This two day conference was successfully organized by the support of the whole college staff family under the chief patronship of Dr. R. K. Khandal, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, G.B.T.U. Lucknow, patronship

of Prof. K. S. Verma, Director, KNIT Sultanpur and was coordinated by Prof. R. P. Payasi, Head Department of Electrical Engineering, Prof. S. P. Singh and Prof. B. Singh, Associate Professors of the same department while Prof. A. K. Chauhan, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering held the post of the organizing secretary and Prof. H. V. Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics Engineering held the post of convenor of the event. The sponsors of the event were IEEE U.P. Section, G B T U , Lucknow, M M T U , Noida, ABES Institute of Te c h n o l o g y, Ghaziabad, RKM Group of companies (Delhi, Ahmedabad, & USA), Kanpur Intitute of Technology, Kanpur, Kali charan Nigam Institute of Technology, Banda, Xnetic Traders (Pvt.) Ltd., Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda, KNIT Sultanpur.

Blood Donation Camp

When we give money, we give food to the people. But when we give blood, we give LIFE to the people!!!

God has created each aspect of life with finest of purity. Since childhood to adulthood, we are taught in school through our pledge that “INDIA IS MY COUNTRY, AND ALL INDIANS ARE MY BROTHER AND SISTERS AND I S H A L L A L WAY S STRIVE TO BE WORTHY OF IT”. Thus it is our duty and responsibility to establish brotherhood and unity in our country. Blood donation camp is one such medium to spread the essence of brotherhood. Last year our college organized a blood donation camp. This year also blood donation camp was organized in our college premises. It was organized by KGMU, Lucknow. rd On 23 April, 2013 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the CSA hall. The CSA hall was completely turned into a dispensary. Blood donation is a safe and easy process which takes approximately 45 minutes. Donor should be between 1855 years of age with a weight of 50 kg or above with the pulse rate, body temperature and blood pressure should

be normal. Both men and women can donate blood.According to the journal of American medical association, it is noted that just one pint of blood can save three lives. That is a very big reason to provide for such a noble act. However the knit students were unable to put up the expected response towards the donation. There was lack of enthusiasm among students as compared to last year. Many students were rejected because they failed in the criteria mentioned above for a donor. But since the earth is supported on the pillars of hope we aspire that the next time such irresponsible attitude will not flourish. Place where we reside contains a variety of needy people with different forms of need. The people who need blood come in all ages from all ethnic and economic walks of life. THALASSEAMIA patients, for whom such camps are a boon, form the majority section of India in the present scenario. People who require transfusion of blood they have lost during surgery, accidents and internal bleeding. THE SIZE OF CANDLES MAY DIFFER BUT THEY YIELD THE SAME BRIGHTNESS. IT IS NOT THE MATTER OF YOUR POSITION BUT THE ABILITY THAT SHINES. WE must remember that the act of giving is selfless and if you donate blood, you will be blessed with some ones undying gratitude. The point to be highlighted is that one does not need a driving force when one is performing an act, being a mediator of the creator “GOD”.


02 ELECTRONICS WORLD Shubham Kumar Tiwari, Swatantra Vishwakarma, EL, I year


Electronics Co., Ltd. is a South

Gyan Singh, EE, II Year Korean multinational electronics company “Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering -2013” was organized on 20 January for Civil Engineering and 10 February for the rest of the branches. IIT Bombay was the organizing institute for GATE-2013. As per the rule only B.Tech final year (not 3rd year) students appeared in this mega exam. 15th March was the day of most awaiting result. The students from KNIT Sultanpur secured places in the all India ranking. Once again KNIT came in light. Ankit Gupta from Electrical Engineering was placed at 123th rank and Anand Jaiswal at 1037th. From Civil Engineering Akhil Kumar Vishwakarma secured 126th rank and Vishal Singh 778th, from Mechanical Engineering Ankit Mishra 469th and Bhubaneshwer Kumar Singh 1037th, Deepak Yadav 1200th, Pratik Mishra 1259th and Avinash Singh 1570th from Electronics Engineering. In the combined paper of CS+IT ,from CS stream Abhinav Tiwari 203th and Harshit Kumar Gupta 241th , from IT stream Shiwank Gupta 440th and Adil Khan 1874th ranks are the part of selected students from KNIT Sultanpur. These students were awarded by GATE score card of validity 2 year. Best of Luck for future to all selected students.

headquartered in Suwon, South Korea. It is the world's largest information technology company by revenues since 2009.] Samsung Electronics has assembly plants and sales networks in 61 countries and employs around 221,000 people.Samsung Electronics is the world's largest mobile phone maker and second-largest semiconductor chip maker by 2011 revenues (after Intel Corporation)& also world's largest vendor of smartphones.


formerly Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California. That designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers. Its software includes the OS X and iOS operating systems, and the world's thirdlargest mobile phone maker after Samsung and Nokia.

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an American multinational information technology corporation headquartered in Palo Alto, California, United States. HP is the world's leading PC manufacturer and has been since 2007,It specializes in developing and manufacturing computing, data storage, and networking hardware, designing software and delivering services. It is the world's largest PC vendor by 2012 unit sales.

Foxconn is a Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturing company headquartered in Tucheng, New Taipei, Taiwan. It is the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer measured by revenues.Foxconn is primarily an original design manufacturer, and its clients include major American, European, and Japanese electronics and information technology companies. Notable products that the company manufactures include the iPad, iPhone, iPod, Kindle,PlayStation 3 and Wii U. International Business Machines Corporation, or IBM, is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York, United States. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.IBM has 12 research laboratories worldwide and, as of 2013, has held the record for most patents generated by a company for 20 consecutive years.Its employees have garnered five Nobel Prizes. Notable inventions by IBM include the automated teller machine (ATM), the floppy disk, the hard disk drive, the magnetic stripe card, the relational database, the Universal Product Code (UPC), the financial swap, SABRE airline reservation system, DRAM, and Watson artificial intelligence.

A tété a tété With Professor L.U.B. Pandey When we talk about literature and proficiency in English speaking then the first name which comes into KNITians’s mind is our very own professor L.U.B. Pandey. whose involvement and contribution in the development & advancement of English & literature in KNIT is remarkable and outstanding. His doctoral thesis entitled “Existential and Perspectives in the Novels of Anita Desai.” won special acclaim from experts as an outstanding work of criticism on the writer and he has also published scores of quality research papers in reputed journals in the field of literature and language. Here's a small conversation with the most reputed professor Dr. Lal Uday Bhan Pandey .

Ans. Infrastructure should be given the first priority lots could be done for it only. We need to use the scarce funds in the most effective manner and there is lot of potential in teaching faculty of Knit at present but they need to channelized into the right path of growth and development.

Q1. From where do you belong? And from where did you get your degree?

Q9. What is your opinion on the issue “First year should be provided with Wi-Fi or not?

Ans. I belong to Sultanpur and got educated from Allahabad University.

Ans. Wi-Fi is the need of the times and I wondered why it couldn't be arranged so far. It should be made available to all the student at their doorstep or where ever they reside and in the campus all around.

Q2. Since when have you been working in KNIT? Ans. Since 1983 I've been working in this institute which has been a long time almost 30 years.

Q3. In a brief summary can you describe your experience in KNIT? Ans. My experience in KNIT has been very interesting and challenging. As I joined on the bottom ladders in this institute, in course of time on account of my dedication towards the student, I was exalted to the highest position in KNIT. It is my conviction that if we are honest and sincere in any task and cooperative with our colleague, we can do wonders in any walks of life. By grace of god, I've been affable and my friendly behavior and commitment with the students helps me a lot.

Q4. What are your hobbies? Ans. All fields of literary writting in English and hindi specially writing poems in hindi.

Q5. What you think must be doing if you weren't in teaching profession? Ans. My first preference was to go in Indian Civil Services / Combine State services and four times I qualified in PCS mains, but because of shifting decisions and changing subject In competition I could not make it to my goal, but I never got disheartened. My second preference was teaching and I am a teacher today. You can say destiny has ordained this for me.

Q6. Whom do you think has potential to go beyond the limits of success in present batch of KNIT from final year to first year? Ans. Many names are coming in mind and it is difficult to choose one. Thirty percent of KNIT

student have potential to attain best jobs and position in the world.

Q7. What do you think in which field college has to work on in order to improve itself? Ans. College has to improve in the field of infrastructure and also in terms of work ethics.

Q8. What do you think could be the remedy?

Q10. How can a student can improve its vocabulary and speak good and proficient English?

Ans. Academic synergy under the Dr S Prasad was a big milestone to add excellence to the status of KNIT as it is today. The inspiration which he provided me w a s p a r excellence. I have learned a lot under his stewardship from 1984 to 1990.

Q13. Who is your favourite colleague? Ans. With due respect and regards for my seniors and affection for my junior colleague, I appreciate my companion, Professor A K Singh, professor of chemistry and professor incharge of training and placement in the institute It is definitely true that he is the most charismatic and energetic personality who has dedicated best part of his life to this institute.Wish him luck in his aim of inspiring and guiding students.

Ans. We get student from all status and society some belong to very poor section, some from medium class family. In 10+2 level around sixty percent can't afford the proper understanding of attaching values to communicational skills in English. An engineer is not complete without communicational skills in English which is the international lingua franca. It is possible to become global engineers only when one commands the medium of expression in English and it should be promoted among all. It is very challenging in first year where I meet students without genuine interest and knowledge of English language. My task becomes two fold first to inculcate love for language and second to impart lessons in English to make their field requirements in course of their jobs. My methodology is to provide them with sufficient treasure of word power and make them well versed in technical style of writing and presentation. More than sixty percent students of KNIT are fast learners in English language. My task is tough for those remaining student who are below good grasping power through this medium.

Ans. When we work for a community and society apparently it looks that we are losing our personal achievements, but it is self-evident truth that a philanthropic soul seldom loses, but instead always loses, but instead always wins. We may lose in terms of numbers, scores, points but we achieve the coins of gold in terms of our rich experiences which works wonder for learning human beings & managing them properly, when the administrative /professional exigency requires us to perform, our human experience grows which adequately compensates any loss that may occur on account of our engagement in co-curricular activities. Hence, it is my considered view that such activities do enrich our personal development & adds to our emotional intelligence.

Q11. Do you think that your library should have books related to literature and arts?

Q.15. Your message for the final year students?

Ans. Yes, we should have and as Professor incharge of central library I am persuading the authorities that learning literature for student will be valuable for their practical wisdom.

Ans. “ TO STRIVE, TO SEEK,TO FIND AND NOT TO YIELD, TILL THE GOAL IS REACHED.” Hopefully, for those who haven't achieved the desired success till now, 1-2 years penance more, will be crucial to lay a foundation for the happy and satisfactory life. The have not to leave the journey halfway. ALL THE BEST!!!

Q12. Any one incident in KNIT which has made a great impact on you?

Q.14. Is there a need for the students to involve themselves in the various cocurricular activities? Many students do find it hard to manage all this stuff, at the expense of their studies.




By: Devesh Mittal ME, II Year

As we bid adieu to the final year I would like to share some excerpts from the Convocation ceremony at Stanford University delivered by Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, at Stanford University. Here it goes…“I never graduated from college. Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it. No big deal. Just three stories.The first story is about connecting the dots. I dropped out of Reed College after the first 6 months, but then stayed around as a drop-in for another 18 months or so before I really quit. So why did I drop out? After six months of college, I couldn't see the value in it. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out. So I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK. It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back it was one of the best decisions I ever made. The minute I dropped out I could stop taking the required classes that didn't interest me, and begin dropping in on the ones that looked interesting.Reed College offered the best calligraphy instruction in the country. Because I had dropped out and didn't have to take the normal classes, I decided to take a calligraphy class to learn how to do this. I learned about serif and san serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. None of this had even a hope of any practical application in my life. But ten years later, when we were designing the first Macintosh computer, it all came back . And we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography and calligraphic fonts. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts. Of course it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college. But it was very, very clear looking backwards ten years later.Again, you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.My second story is about love and loss.I was lucky I found what I loved to do early in life. Woz and I started Apple in my parents garage when I was 20. We worked hard, and in 10 years Apple had grown from just the two of us in a garage into a $2 billion company with over 4000 employees. We had just released Macintosh a year earlier, and I had just turned 30. And then I got fired. How can you get fired from a company you started? I really didn't know what to do for a few months. I was a very public failure, and I even thought about running away from the valley. But something slowly began to dawn on me I still loved what I did so I decided to start over.During the next five years, I started a company

named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and Pixar went on to create the worlds first computer animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation studio in the world. In a remarkable turn of events, Apple bought NeXT, I returned to Apple, and the technology we developed at NeXT is at the heart of Apple's current renaissance. I'm pretty sure none of this would have happened if I hadn't been fired from Apple. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don't lose faith. I'm convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did. You've got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle.My third story is about death.When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: "If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right." Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure - these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.About a year ago I was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors told me this was almost certainly a type of cancer that is incurable, and that I should expect to live no longer than three to six months.I lived with that diagnosis all day. But by miracles I had the surgery and somehow I'm fine now.No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don't want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new. Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now, you will gradually become the old and be cleared away. Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. I read a quote once "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish." And I have always wished that for myself. And now, as you graduate to begin anew, I wish that for you. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. “

PEOPLE COME AND GO BUT THE PRESENCE STAYS FOREVER By: Utpreksha Verma, IT I Year In past , present or future and in every creature of this beautiful nature, you stay forever. In the silence of night, in every fruitful sight, you stay forever. In the moral of the stories, in the tales of the fairies, you stay forever. In the words which were never spoke , in the promises which were never broken, you stay forever. In the warmth that sun holds and the feelings that remain untold, you stay forever. In the stars that always twinkle and in hope which create miracle, you stay forever. In the rainy water which nourishes earth, in the silence which is worth, you stay forever. In the calmness of moonlight, in the charm of every beautiful sigh, you stay forever. In the distances and the nearness, in the moments when I felt fearless, you stay forever. In the dedication that always exists and in the sweet memories that I can't resist, you stay forever. In the prayer which contains purity of my heart and soul, in the cheerful moments that I can't control, you stay forever. In the happiness and sorrow , in the dreams of tomorrow , you stay forever. In the presence of my being, in the gratitude that love brings , you stay forever. In the fragrance of flowers and in the love that you shower, you stay forever. In the illusions or reality and the path which lead to spirituality, you stay forever. In the direction from ignorance to knowledge, and the reverence that I always acknowledge, you stay forever. In the feelings that exceptionally exist, in the teaching which always benefits, you stay forever. In the change which is always continuous, in the beauty which is glorious, you stay forever. In each and every motivational lesson and, the value of freedom which exist in people who dwell in prison, you stay forever. In the cry of child, in every phase of this life, you stay forever. In the innocent smiles and in the mistakes I realize, you stay forever. In the feelings of true love , which require no reasons and in those reasons of mine , you stay forever. I found my faith , my trust , my love , my God in you, what else I expect from life, in the expectations of mine , you stay forever. Love is simple, love is divine and as a love of mine you stay forever.“No matter where those people exist whom you love, they will be in everything around you, their fragrance and presence will stay forever in your life.”

HISTORY- A LESSON By Neha Srivastava, EL, K.N.I.T. Alumni, Batch 2008-12 What is common between our past and presence? What there can be to lead our future? Well during my preparation I have come in touch with the subject of History and then I started connecting links with this subject. Finally I got come to a conclusion that “History repeats itself...” here I am going to give certain facts through which the whole phrase can be explained.It was the ending of 19th century when the first time we as a people started recognizing the feeling of Nationalism and that even due to reaction of tyranny of British ruling. We came to unite as we were seeing the common reason of our grievances. We came over our differences of thoughts, selfishness, caste, religion everything. We had common voice and that voice was more directionally raised by Mr. Gandhi ji.He was undoubtly the man of age. In 1920 when he started his Non co-operative movement Britishers not even imagined that it would turn into a huge mass movement, but yes it was led by one man army. Yet we did not get freedom at once as revolution does not change anything insistently. But up till now we had understood one thing “if u don't like something protest it, change it”. This is the fact that we are analyzing today after almost a


century. In this 21 century we are fighting against wrong. We are trying everything to keep our democracy alive. Every now or then some protest, movements against every kind of issue is making sense. Do not u think we as a democracy have become more matured? Well I think we have. Take your example you are reading your college newsletter, it is a sign of democracy all those activities like blood donation camp etc are reflecting your image as social figure. But still I know our voices are scattered, our motives are different. We are somewhere lacking of the great leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, inspiring values of Vivekananda, revolutionary attitude of Bhagat Singh, inclusive principle of Dr. Ambedkar . Sometime it becomes so hard to believe that how can all these great personalities come on earth in same age? But yes this is true opposite situation discovers great soul, hardships of life emerges incredible personalty. Either it was pathetic condition of black people in south Africa that turns Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi or plight of schedule class that turns Dr. Ambedkar into a father of constitution or demand of time that inspires Bose to

leave civil service and jump into the fight of freedom or horrific massacre of Jalyawala that turns a young boy into a revolutionary leader. You know why all these soul got success in their aim because they knew “change is possible” then why is so much hue and curry when some reformist of our socity decides to change the system by joining politics? We start lamenting over the same “nothing will change.” I must need to tell you in 1923 Mr. Moti lal Nehru and C.R. Das decided to conquest election going against the ideology of Congress. It was the famous KHILAFAT AANDOLAN.Although not very much succeeded but yet they inspired Congress to change its view and finally Congress decided to change the system being a part of the system and that leads to formation of government of Congress in eleven provinces of country in 1937 election. All these examples of history are good lesson for us to understand that history repeats itself. It gives me a hope that we are on a path to achieve real democracy as our heroes were doing in that period. Only thing to do is to find those real heroes among ourselves.



JUST A LITTLE EFFORT As students of KNIT, every day we wake up, get ready for college, get ready for college and trace our steps towards the insti building. At college, we study, do lab works, have fun with friends and then eventually again to hostels admiring this lush green campus. 'Lush green campus', yeah, focusing on that I would say we should be really obliged to get a peaceful studying environment amidst such naturally accompanied surroundings.Like all, I too enjoy roaming on the roads of this riverside campus. But, to me it arouses an offensive feeling when in this picture I see various yellow, pink, red, orange, and much more of these colored things. One would say I hate being colorful but the irony here is its harmful. I am here talking of the wrappers of different food items, plastic disposals and various other different types of nonbiodegradable wastes that litter at the roadside especially near the canteens. It is alarming fact that these things are constantly increasing in content and no proper actions are being done against them. We only are responsible for that and we only need to take an action. Factually starting from the main entry gate of the institute, such wastes start marking their presence as we come down about 50 meters on the road. Straight, we come to the most famous 'Parag', the busiest and most favourite of the mob throughout the day! Here you would find a large water tank being converted into dustbin but the waste material could be seen in a mentionable amount out of the waste containers. Then moving further straight, we arrive at Council for Student Activities (CSA); where normally you don't mind much waste until there is some event or function being held but once it does,

ATEYA APARIGRAHA JAIN MAHAVIRA By Ganesh Dutt Tripathi ME, III Year 24 april 2013 was the Mahavira Jayanti. th According to Jainism, Lord Mahavira was 24 Tirthankara of Jain Dharma. Besides belonging to Jain dharma ,he was a great saint and preacher of humanity. Why should we celebrate MAHAVIRA JAYANTI? The answer is very simple because he gave outmost regard to other living beings including human ,animal and plants and avoided to haring them . “Ahisma Paramo Dharma”is given by Vardhaman mahavira.Today, if we notice then it is very clear that world is getting paralyzed because of terrorism, corruption and many other big problems. But I think if we follow the path of Lord Mahavira ,it will help to get out of these things and lead to Moksha. He was born in Vaishali around 2500 year ago as third child of his father Siddhartha and mother Trishala. According to Hindi month, he was born in month of Chaitra Shuklapaksh Teras. He was named Vardhamana, because it was believed that he shall be bringing wealth and prosperity to entire kingdom. At the age of 30, Mahavira renounced his kingdom and family. He spent 12 year as ascetic. He exhibited exemplary control over his serves while enduring penance during these year .These were golden years of his spiritual journey at end of which he achieved “Arihant” status. Lord Mahavira preached about all over Bharat. To liberate one's self, Mahavira taught the necessity of right (Samyak-Drashan), right knowledge (Samyakgyan) & right conduct (Samyak-charitra). At the heart of right conduct, include the five great vows- 1)Non-violence (Ahisma) 2) Truthfulness (Satya) 3) Non-stealing (Asteya) 4) Chastity (Brahmacharya) (5) Non possession (Aparigraha) It is very difficult to explain the preachings of Lord Mahavira but I think by using above preachings of Lord Mahavira, we can eliminate almost all the problem in today's Bharatiya culture & society. After all, he was great saint of Bharat & will always be remembered in the hearts and souls of all Indians.

the same things could be found in a definite area but distributed in an awful manner. Then coming back and right turn, we have another canteen beside he bank. Here also, thousands of plastic disposal glasses could be seen which just keep on moving into the soil

as well as give a bad impression to eyes. Nowtowards the hostel sides, as all the hostels are towards Ramanujam, the roads accompanying them at their sides have these degrading things quiet enough to notice. Practically speaking at the situation, its not possible to ban such things as a whole since its a part of diet of every young being and each admires it. Neither we can adopt th0069ngs as in some public places; first transfer the items from polybags to paper ones, and then have them. We don't have time for such

By Himanshu Kumar Kavyakar, ME, I Year complications. It actually feels when you are walking down the road of KNIT with a packet in your hand; when the food item is over you actually look out for some specific place to throw, and if not there, just have to forcefully dump it aside which continues to enrich pollution level! So what are we looking for actually to throw? Yeah, you think right, “DUSTBIN “is the actual term for it. We just need some containers, commonly labeled as 'USE ME', at the sides of the roads of the institute. It is advisable to place a dustbin at nearly every 50 meters of the roads, and that too alternatively, meaning at a distance of 100 meters at each individual side. Some of them are needed at places like CSA and at a little strictly perspective at the canteens, valid both for students and other staffs. The college Director Sir is being requested from the team of 'Think It Out, Buddy!', to kindly look into the matter and think upon the solutions suggested. No doubt every day we see, sweepers sweeping the roads but the waste is actually pushed aside of the roads and there is no proper collection and management of the waste. If dustbins are there, the collection and management would be easy, and it is thought that it's not such a typical word as to it's importance is to be explained. These small things could lead to big changes in our lives as engineers and always give us with something to learn and experience so that we can lead to a sustained and healthy society because“We do not borrow the earth from our ancestors, We borrow it from our children……”

It's all relative Einstein's theory of relativity states that everything in this universe is relative, nothing is absolute. A person is not tall seems relatively taller to another person or not wise but seems relatively wiser to another person or not wrong but seems relatively wrong to another person. We are not provided with anything absolute. As the three witches said in Macbeth, “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” The couplet with which the witches take their departure is a confession of their creed. All that is good,”Fair” to others is evil,”Foul” to them and all that is foul to others are fair to them. This applies to both the physical and moral world. Similarly, there is no absolute righteousness in the world. Sadly though, it is filled with people who are filled with self righteousness. Nobody hesitates before passing judgment on another. A traditionalist will criticize a hipster for being indecent. A catholic will judge a protestant for being an atheist, but a catholic has his own principles and a protestant his own beliefs. And each and every one of us is free to follow the voice of our soul. But nobody is free of the judgment it brings. Even religion is not free from the judgment of the “Im-holier-than-thou”', Hinduism is criticized for idol worship, Islam for the treatment of women, Christianity for the birth of Jesus from the Virgin Mary. Self-righteousness arises from a being's utmost denial

By: Vidushi Singh, CS, I Year

to accept that he has sinned. We need to justify our actions even to ourselves. For some revenge is righteous while some wait for God's greater judgment. For some forgiveness is divine while others hope for righteous punishment. Even in a battle when one soldier kills another, he feels victorious, invincible. But one emotion lacks- guilt. He should feel guilty because the man he killed was just like himself fighting for his own principles. Was he any less human than him? None of them was right and none of them was wrong. It's all relative. The true evil is 'self-righteousness'. It is the largest idol of the human heart-the idol which man loves most and God hates most. Human will always go back to this idol. Always trying to be something in themselves, thinking little of their sin, and more of their graces. In the fiction series “Dexter” by Jeff Lindsay, the protagonist is self-righteous vigilante who serves justice by passing his own verdict. And we are asked “Sinner or Savior?” He kills sinners but isn't he sinning himself. The couplet by Kabir rings with truth, “Bura jo dhundhan mai chala Bura na milya koi Apne andar jhakdna to Mujhse bura na koi” Therefore, before passing judgment on others remind yourself, “It's all relative”.

INDIA OF MY DREAMS By Kriti Narain CE., I Year India is a country which is famous all over the world for its beauty, for its different cultures, languages and for its varied heritage .Here each people respect and widely accept all different religions. But still i am not happy with present condition of the nation. We are slowly and slowly getting influenced by the western cultures and forgetting the values and cultures on which our elders are proud of. With the increasing graph of crime rate and corruption, we are forgetting the meaning of love, unity and brotherhood. I dream of a country India which has a natural beauty. A country where all people live like brothers and sisters. All people respect each other and all types of religion, culture, language. A country where all people believe in all gods, where people believe that God is

one and only one. I dream of a country where there is no corruption country where everyone has a freedom to live their life to the fullest without any fear of crime especially for girls. A country where everyone is given equal importance whether he is rich or poor. I dream a nation where women are given equal respect and position in society as men. They should also have a freedom to study, to work and to live a life as they feel like. At last I want to conclude by saying that if every human being starts thinking about nation as a whole and not just about himself, we can make India a better place to live I feel that by reading this, people will realize the importance of love, unity and will start thinking about nation as a whole.

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Frugal Engineering By: Saumya Kumar ME, Final Year When Carlos Ghosn, the chief executive of the Franco-Japanese alliance of Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co., visited India early in 2007 to do a deal with Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd (M&M), he coined the term “frugal engineering” to highlight the ability of Indian engineers to produce more with less resources. So taken up was Ghosn with the concept that he visited India later in the year to sign two more pacts, with Ashok Leyland Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd, for making small trucks and smaller cars. Frugal engineering has been the highlight of engineering at Mahindra & Mahindra since the development days of Scorpio. There was no dearth in spending on the research and development, in fact Mahindra spends a great amount for research in proportion to its sales. While development the number of prototypes of the car required for testing was questioned, while development of the plant each and every square foot of floor was questioned along with maintenance cost for everything. The result of immense support of Anand Mahindra to Pawan Goenka's (President, Automotive & Farm Division, Mahindra & Mahindra) vision of a frugal product led to another great success of Mahindra in the form of XUV 500. Frugal Engineering is the need for the hour in developing countries like India where people demand for high quality while requiring a different set of functionality. Simply selling the cheapest products on hand or re-using technologies from higher priced products will not cut costs enough and is unlikely to result in the product a customers will buy. One of the ways of achieving frugal engineering is to achieve 90 percent functionality instead of a 100 percent while keeping the customer needs in mind. For

example Godrej Appliances closely observed the occupants of village huts. Most Indians go to the grocery every day. They don't buy in bulk. A refrigerator that could hold just a few items would be plenty. So Godrej produced the ChotuKool. The topopening fridge measures 1.5 feet tall by 2 feet wide and has a capacity of only six litres. It has no compressor, instead using a cooling chip and fan similar to those that keep desktop computers from overheating. It can run on a battery during the power outages that are inevitable in rural villages. And since rural Indians change residences frequently, the ChotuKool also comes with a handle, making it easier to transport. By keeping the number of parts down to around 20 instead of the 200-plus used in conventional refrigerators, Godrej keeps the price low, too, at about Rs 2,500. Another example would be of Tata Nano which implements cost-saving in even the smallest things. It uses 3 lug nuts instead of the usual four in the wheels, one wiper instead of a pair and a single rear view mirror.Suzuki paved the way for developing low cost automobiles but nothing caught the world attention more than Tata Nano, allowing millions of people with modest means to own a car. Even the companies in the developed parts of the world are paying attention to the lessons offered by frugal engineering as the products developed by this approach start to compete with the global giants. Deere & Company, for example, designed and sold small, lower-powered tractors in the Indian market, but didn't begin selling such models in the US until Mahindra & Mahindra, an Indian company, beat them to it. Just like the last two decades were dominated by the lean manufacturing pioneered by Toyota and its unique manufacturing system, one can argue if the new frugal approach or frugal engineering will be the next big thing or will it go beyond the expectations and emerge as a paradigm.

Teach For Technocrats By Team TFT Continuing with the legacy of Mr. Manish Verma (EL, 2007-2011), the founder of “Teach For Technocrats”- a platform for providing the academic assistance to the freshers; this year too, various classes were conducted for the first year students by the second and third year students, in the even semester. TFT had come into existence in 2010-11 under the convenership of Dr. Deependra Singh, with an aim of providing the academic assistance to the first year students, by organizing various classes for the subjects like Mechanics, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, C language and mathematics. This way the 'senior' students, those having command in their respective fields and subjects, help their juniors by using their own experience for clearing their basic concepts & solving their problems, as they can understand the problems of a junior in a better way putting themselves in their shoes. This also resonates with the legacy of our beloved institute of having strong senior junior relationships, and the spirit of selfless love and care for each other. This year the torch bearers of TFT were some second nd and third year students namely- Afzal Ansari (EE 2 nd year), Virendra Kumar (ME 2 year), Shivam Dwivedi (IT 3rd year), Gokul Prajapati (CE 3rd year), Shrutkirti Srivastava (CS 3rd year), Bhumika rd Kansal and Bhavya Jain (EL 3 year). The classes f were conducted in the Electrical dept., courtesy the invaluable support provided by Prof. R.P. Payasi, H.O.D. Electrical engineering department and Dr. K.S. Verma, the honourable Director of our institute; in the first two-three weeks of April, which were attended enthusiastically by large number of first year students. In the coming years too, Team TFT shall continue its legacy with the whole hearted spirit and selfless devotion.

Earth Day...and Our Responsibilities By: Vivek Tripathi CS, III Year Yes We Can…… We can do anything, even we can change the world. Each year April 22 marks the anniversary of what many considered as modern earth movement. Now at 43rd anniversary of Earth Day we are celebrating this as “The Face of Climate Change” to help build a global mosaic. Many people included his face holding up a sign that says “The Face of Climate Change”. On April 22, 2013, more than one billion people around the world had taken part in the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day by organizing awareness camps and celebrating earth day. Climate change can seem like a remote problem for our peoples, but the fact is that it's already impacting real people, animals, and beloved places. These Faces of Climate Change are multiplying every day.We hope to inspire our peoples to act and inspire ourselves to redouble our efforts in the fight against climate change. Every person who does his or her part to fix the problem is also a Face of Climate

Change: the entrepreneurs who see opportunity in creating the new green economy, the activists who organize community action and awareness campaigns, the engineers who design the clean technology of the future, the public servants who fight for climate change laws and for mitigation efforts, the ordinary people who commit to living sustainably…EARTH DAY uses one of humanity's

great discoveries, the discovery of anniversaries by Which, throughout time, human beings have kept their sorrows and their joys, their Victories, their revelations and their obligations alive, for recelebration and re-dedicationAnother year, another decade, another century, another eon. EARTH DAY reminds the People of the world of the need for continuing care which is vital to Earth's safety. Here is the anthem for Earth Day which teaches us to make and implement ideas along with developing green technology to rejuvenate our earth. “Joyful joyful we adore our Earth in all its wonderment Simple gifts of nature that all join into a paradise Now we must resolve to protect her Show her our love throughout all time With our gentle hand and touch

“A Chat With The Mess” The first thing that a student thinks when he woke up in the morning is what he would get to eat in the “mess”. A mess is not just a place where we eat food, but a place where there is a feeling of oneness, people from different states, cultures sit together and eat food together .The people who make it possible are our mess workers who starts their day in the hurry of providing breakfast and ends their day with our belly full. We had a chat with our counter manager of our mess, who is also the supervisor of the mess Mr. Rajendra Kumar. Chat is as follows: Me: Namastey uncle. Manager: Namstey. Me: So uncle, from how much time you are here? Manager: I came here 15 years back from now with the help of my senior supervisor. Me: From where do you natively belong and what about your co-workers? Manager: I natively belong to Purvali, West Bengal. Actually most of us are from Bengal and basically from the same district. Some workers are from Jharkhand and Orissa also.

Me: It would be hard to live so far from your family. Do you feel homesick or not. When you people visit your home? Manger: Yes, we feel good being here but we also miss our own homes. Actually we get synchronizing vacation with students. We get 5 chances in a year to visit our homes. We feel good being at home on the occasion of Durga Puja. Me: What's your daily routine here usually? Manager: Oh! Its quite busy. we usually wakes up at 6:30 am and starts preparing breakfast in morning and ends with dinner at night. Me: How do you feel when students misbehave in the mess? Manager: As usual it doesn't feel good when students run for rotes. at that time mess actually looks like a “MESS”. but we cannot help it. They should understand that waiting for some time and having patience would make them a good person as well as engineers. Actually the first year have locked to this habit. Every year we see such things but soon they understand. You can see the difference between you and your seniors. Me: How you feel when the activities like ragging is going on in the premises?

By Aman, I Year

Manager: Yaah, I think giving respect to your senior is important. if they do something to realize this it is of no harm. I don't think quarrel and abusing is good but I have seen the changes in atmosphere of the campus there is lack of respect, that reflects lack of interaction between you and your seniors. in comparison to older students . Me: What you thought about the future of workers who are under-age .Do you want initiatives should be taken by students of knit to improve their conditions? Manager: In my kind information I have came to know about various initiatives taken by students to educate them but they (workers) didn't responded positively as they don't want to study. In my knowledge there are mess worker whom the students of “GARGI” hostel try to teach. They provided books, copies and pens too but they refused to study. Me: How you feel being a part of KNIT? Manager: It feels quite good being here I have served here for 15 years in starting I felt homesickness then I concentrate on my work. KNIT is a good place for students, faculty and administration are also good and nice to us I feel like home here. Me: Thank you uncle !!



Sixth Sense Technology By: Shweta Vishwakarma EL, I Year We all have 5 senses but ever heard in real about the 6th sense?…Okay..!!! Made a guess…Yes..Its just like you think of doing some task and the task is done in front of you with the help of some cheap and handy devices called the 6th sense device.Just like in science fiction movies where display of computer screen appears on walls, commands are given by gestures, the smart digital environment which talks to us to do our work, making drawing by moving fingers only and much more. Also, A square frame made out of hands in the open air can replace the bulky camera, by highlighting the object that has to be captured into a photo, you just made your palm the phone keypad and make a call to your friend, you got all the information about a book in marketplace by just holding it in hand,(without googling), imagine a video enabled newspaper, flight take-off information by just holding the ticket in the hand (without making a call to airports), just draw a circle on your wrist and you will see a digital watch image right there showing the time,..and so on.All these will be possible very soon. You imagine it and sixth sense technology will make it possible. Now it’s time for sci-fi movie directors to think ahead because the technology shown in there fiction movies soon will become household stuff. Few years back it was considered to be supernatural or tantalizing

imagination. But now it has been made possible.Thanks to Pranav Mistry (b. 1981 in Palanpur, India) an Indian computer scientist, a genius who introduced mankind to this futuristic technology, a P.hD. Scholar at MIT. Before joining MIT Pranav worked as a UX Researcher with Microsoft. Pranav holds a Master's degree in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT and Master of Design from Industrial Design Center, IIT Bombay.In his own words-"A ‘SixthSense’ is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. By using a camera and a tiny projector mounted in a pendant like wearable device, ‘SixthSense’ sees what you see and visually augments any surfaces or objects we are interacting with. It projects information onto surfaces, walls, and physical objects around us, and lets us interact with the projected information through natural hand gestures, arm movements, or our interaction with the object itself. ‘SixthSense’ attempts to free information from its confines by seamlessly integrating it with reality, and thus making the entire world your computer.""

Stepping Towards Robolution

By Abhinav Pal, E.E., III Year

“You can't just differentiate between a robot and the very best of Humans.” -Isaac Asimov ROBO-CLUB has a mission to develop and enhance technological skills of the students and familiarize them towards ROBOTICS and related fields .Our aim is to change the vision of students to see the present world through more positive angle and think logically to search o u t t o a n optimized and easiest solution to related problems. And on the way to accomplish this motto, ROBOCLUB organized a successful workshop on “Mobile Operated Devices and its Applications” in the college premises on 21st April of this year. In this workshop 24 teams were registered and 108 candidates participated. Workshop aimed at underlining the basic concepts of latest communication methods with the help of live projects to operate devices with Mobile phone. It was very useful for electrical and electronics based technical students. The complete workshop was divided into six different phases. First phase was basic robotics which dealt on the introduction to Electrical and Electronics components and elements for their practical uses .This was conducted by Mr. Atul Kr.Singh(3rd year,EE). While the 2nd and 3rd phase was

the lecture class taught by me, which focused on the entire Mobile Phone Communication system, its signaling process and DTMF circuit designing and description of various components used. 4th and 5th phase dealt with the Relay assembling, applications of DTMF Technology and various demonstrations which were already made by ROBO-CLUB members of final year. The last phase of the workshop was the most adventurous hour for the participants, which involved the Testing of DTMF Circuits made by all the participants and the wonderful result was that “Out of 24, 22 kits worked successfully”. The overall program was so designed as to make college students feel relaxed and comfortable during the workshop hour. The content was mostly compatible with their curriculum. The workshop aimed at providing an interesting way to make the students understand the concept and provide a way towards how to control home appliances like CFL, Fan, Electrical machinery and other Electrical and Mechanical equipment's. It also introduced students with underlining technology within cellphone and use the technology in our own way and for academic projects too. Last, but not the least, I would like to say that being the student of technical college, we must know the various techniques and tack-ticks to implement the things we study in our books, so that it will make us proud on our-selves and make us different from others who prefer to go through bookish knowledge only, because “it is better to do something new and something different instead of copying others”.

RASPBERRY PI By Shweta Vishwakarma E.L., I Year

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with

the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. SOME COOLEST USES OF PI1- Media streamer- It is the most popular choice,It gets easily connected to TV via HDMI port. 2-Arcade Machine-The Raspberry Pi

will help gamers relive their misspent youth thanks to a number of projects to bring classic arcade game and 1980s computer emulators to the system. 3-Home automation-Too lazy to press a light switch? Then the Raspberry Pi could be just what you’re waiting for. Doing the rounds are various Pi-based home automation projects, which hope to use the board as a ZigBee home automation server. 4-Carputer-Creating a touchscreen, incar tablet computer based on the Pi is another popular goal among modders. 5- Internet radio-Internet radios still cost a pretty penny, so why not pair up the Pi with a low-cost LCD screen, some speakers and create your own. 6-Controlling robots-Robots and Raspberry Pi seem to be a match made in heaven, if hobbyist projects are anything to go by. 7-Cosmic computer-Universities are examining whether an array of Pi boards could serve as an onboard computer system for mini satellites. The idea is that Raspberry Pi computers could provide a low-cost, off the shelf alternative to the bespoke hardware used normally in spacecraft and satellite systems.

We nearly lost Fermi: The problem of orbital Bydebris Poorva Tripathi E., III Year Launched into low Earth orbit in 2008, Fermi is a space observatory that performs gamma-ray astronomy observations of the heavens. Fermi is not a light satellite, having a mass of 4,300 kg (9,500 lb). Fermi's instrumentation was developed to study astrophysical and cosmological phenomena, such as active galactic nuclei, pulsars, gamma-ray bursts, other high-energy sources and dark matter. While its formal mission was to last five years, the spacecraft was designed to continue operations for a full ten years.In the other corner we have Cosmos 1805 a Russian Tselina D military communications satellite intended to monitor military naval signals. Launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome in 1986, it was intended for an active lifetime of six months, but since no one was worrying about limiting orbital debris in those days, it is still in orbit nearly 30 years later. The satellite weighs 1,400 kg (3,080 lb) and is in a nearly polar orbit, so that its orbit crosses that of Fermi nearly perpendicularly.The two objects,

speeding toward each other at a net velocity of 11 km/s (7 miles/s) were expected to miss each other by a mere 210 m (700 ft). While a miss is as good as a mile, satellite operators have learned that they can't be too careful. In 2009, the Iridium 33 communications satellite and Cosmos 2251 collided about 800 km (500 miles) over Siberia, leaving some 1,500 kg (3,300 lb) of small metal pieces strewn over an ever widening volume of space. Before the collision, the satellite tracking reports predicted a miss of 584 m (1,900 ft).So the decision was made that Fermi would dodge the oncoming Cosmos 1805. Ironically, this would be accomplished with a one second pulse on the de-orbit thrusters that were designed to push Fermi out of orbit at the end of its life so it would burn up in the atmosphere and not pose a threat to other satellites.The procedure involves halting Fermi's scanning of the skies, orienting the satellite along its direction of motion, folding and parking the solar panels, and tucking

away its high gain communication antenna. Then, once the (untested) thrusters had been fired, the process of making Fermi safe for the maneuver had to be reversed. A single glitch had the potential to render Fermi unusable, explaining why the decision to maneuver was not taken lightly.As it happened, all went swimmingly with the burn on April 3 and Fermi was back doing scientific observations within an hour of the maneuver. The following day, Fermi and Cosmos 1805 missed colliding by 10 km (6 miles), a much more comfortable distance than the length of two football fields.Space debris has the potential, through a chain reaction known as a Kessler syndrome, to render near-Earth space impassible, perhaps for centuries. Such a fate may still be avoided, although some aerospace experts believe that a Kessler syndrome is nearly unavoidable at this point. It seems that the space nations of the world must get serious about the space debris problem, while we can still get into space.



Unforgettable Us!! By:Swati Pathak, Final Year, EL September, 2009: “Is it in India or somewhere outside”, these were my words after travelling a distance, almost three times I generally used to travel (much more for others). Such were the words coming out of the great minds stepping in SULTANPUR, except for those from GANGA CITY and CAPITAL TOWN of state. As the days passed, we found our new friends to be the naughtiest of all, wearing the cap of sweetness. Suddenly, life in a Maitraiyee (METRO) and other hostels started so fast that only after seniors help, we boarded it safely and successfully. Seniors, whose first sentence was as much hurting, as the last one was comforting; and we found in them the Godfather for our new world. Soon the dreams took birth in each student's mind and each of us took the responsibility to ensure progress, tasting the fruits of life till today and thus, reaching the zenith of success. With the beginning of final year, dreams turned into reality for some and for others the world of opportunities will never end. Apart from this, we found ourselves lucky to be a part of KNIT, which is now an AUTONOMOUS GOVT. ENGG. INSTITUTE. Different forums and councils can be seen creating a healthy bond between faculty & students. We were not only the part of two mega successful events Effulgence and Tvaran but also brought laurels from other colleges and at the same time encouraged our juniors to come out with flying colours in the years to come. Renovation of various hostels (Wi-Fi) is a remarkable step towards infrastructural development and establishment of recreational spots like Parag, solved the problem of Saturday supper and mini-treats. Throughout this, my mind is flooded with memories recounting the days, when we often spent our nights talking about the past that we had seen and the future that lay in front of us. Finally it's time to bid ADIEU to KNIT, thanking all faculty members who helped us in realizing our dreams and at last to all the engineers of batch 2013..!!

I have a lot to say about this college, life here... I can still remember that day (3rd sept2009), when the very first time I entered the KNIT campus... registration time bahut rush tha, anyways maine apna registration karwaya and I was allotted Room No X-11... fir kya tha 8th sept ko main frst time class gaya, when I entered in class, I saw a number of would be civil engineers there... class se aate huye seniors ko wish karna unse najre bachate huye jana hamesha yaad rhega... aur haan wo 2nd sem mein Aruni sir ka terror...? UKM sir ka wo discipline & unke assignments, Vipin sir ka saari class ko daantna kaun bhulega??? bahut se dost banaye... I learnt a lot in this college. Thanks to KNIT, where I spent the most beautiful years of my life..Dedicated to my sweetest kuchie-puchie friends... tera mujhse hai pahle ka nata koi ,yun hi ni dil lubhata kkoi...

Kuldeep Singh, CE, Final Year

AN ODE TO FRIENSHIP By:Mrigna Singh, Final year, EE

For love can be where You expect it least..!!! It has been four years and I still can't believe that time has come for us to depart, to leave everything behind and start afresh. It still seems a day old memory that I stepped in KNIT, which I merely thought of a temporary visit. But, just how destiny works, I got stuck. Which I'm glad I did, coz the people I met here, the experiences that I sought and the memories we made together, I don't think would have been possible anywhere else in the world. And if ever given a chance I would relive them again and again..! The sojourn of four years had been just indelible. Deepti Dhingra. I wish you'd been here. Miss you a lot. Now the AUSAM, Amrita Rai, Utkarsha Srivastava, Sonal Verma & AnmolSinghal. You have been there for me in always. I know that no words will be able to express what we shared together. I am just glad that we found each other. My fellow Nixians, the time spent with you people was amazing. With you all, the boring classes turned ecstatic, Engineering became fungeenering. (If only we had more cclasses together.. LOL). What seemed like a mere acquaintance at first turned into such a strong bond of affection that its hard to let it go. Every helpful senior, nifty colleague and loving junior has contributed to this amazing

FAREWELL By - Anmol Singhal, Final year, CE From that unknown scary feeling of losing my identity in the huge gathering, while sitting and waiting for my chance to register on 3rd SEPT 2009, in the small but immeasurably useful CSA hall, to the audacity that I feel in my nerves now, this journey in this college has been full of all kinds of experiences and memories that are worth being cherished in this lifetime and another. These memories are happy and sad, beautiful and ugly, joyful and heartbreaking at the same time. As it is said anonymously, “respect your criticizers more than your friends”. So, thank you to all those people in this campus, who made my ride, a roller coaster one. It just made it further more exciting. You not only made me learn but also comprehend to the fact that people can be colder than ice when they lose all humanity and are at the edge of everything to hurt you. Thank you so much for making me familiar with the “species” that human beings are turning into. “Some friends enter our lives to stay beside

joyride.Everyone I met here taught me something and I know I am going to leave a part of my soul here forever. But, as they say, Every ending is a new beginning, I just hope that it brings new laurels to everyone .A little advice to juniors. Enjoy your time here to the maximum. God bless you all.Keeping my pen down with these words by some unknown... I knew we would always be friends. Our friendship has kept on growing And I'll be here for you to the end

By:Pooja Mishra & Rashi Maheshwari, Final Year, EE

Started being a fresher & as a dabang slight, but all gone in vain after senior's fright. Continued was my fear till exam's night,but it's just F.R.I.E.N.D.S who help me feel light. Talking to them a more or slight, Always make me feel happy & delight. Don't know what to do in any of our fight, but it only made our friendship tight.

You listen when I have a problem And help dry the tears from my face. You take away my sorrow And put happiness in its place.

No matter, a sunny day or fiery night, All were same, when they were beside.

We can't forget the fun we've had Laughing 'til our faces turn blue. Talking of things only we find funny People think we're insane-If they only knew! I guess this is my way of saying thanks For catching me when I fall. Thanks once again for being such a good friend And being here with me through it all.

forever”. Just the thought of this everlasting fact makes me remember a few people I want to mention. And the list starts with my first and second year roommates and buddies….. Garima Singh, Saumya Singh, Sapna Verma, Prerna Yadav, Shubhi Tiwari, Priti Maurya, Jyoti singh, Katyayni Singh and Swati Maurya. Thank you gals…. You rock…. \m/ “I look around and find darkness and no place to hide, I look at you and I find the last ray of hope personified….. You lend me your hand in times of despair, I have always made you a part of all my prayers…..” The above lines would convey all that I want, to the following people: utkarsha srivastava, sonal verma, mrigna singh and amrita rai. Being around you people really makes me feel “AUSAM” (awesome). A special thanks to the one who has that unnatural power to make me smile even when I am to cry…. When I look at you two, I know you will be there till the end… @ruchi singh and @manusmriti rao. “The laugh I share, the cry of despair, The text of joy, the scolding and annoy….”


Be it Ayodhya or Allahabad site, it's all coz of them we are having fun as our copyright. From birthday delight to diwali night, our celebration always reached the mountain height. dis was all to say in this write, will miss you all, day and night.

Thank you fb…. Thank you for being there…. A friend unsaid… a friend untold… A hand in pain… and a tear in the rain…. Thank you to the friends I may have missed mentioning or left behind in this journey….. This college not only gave me the chance to make friends for life but also gave me the chance to feel the care and warmth that a brother gives his sibling in times of need. “You are the elder one when I am in my lows, Guiding me through all the way to face all flows… My promise to you will never go in vain, I hold your hand to never leave it again…” Thank you bhai…… thank you for being there…..I touch thy soul and I touch heaven, As if I get my wings and become the lucky raven... I listen to you, I listen that voice, I smile and without any reason I tend to rejoice... You have held my hand to leave it never, The bond is to last forever and ever….” This is just a little of what I owe to you. Thank you is small word to elucidate all….. @raghav singh

DIEU Life... By- Saumya Kumar, Final year, ME Please excuse me for getting so personal while writing this. It is to thank KNIT for all the people, events and occurrences that made my time in this college so special . It's funny how at times things turn out. I remember when I came to this college I had a one point plan of building a career for myself. Finding friends, indulging in extracurricular, masti etc. was not the part of my well calculated master plan. It's incredible that my plan never quite worked out. I sometimes frown at the ignorant girl who entered the CSA on the registration day. I was pompous, self absorbed and vile. But very soon this myth that I was the best out here got shattered right in front of my eyes. Probably the best thing that happened to me was that I found out how much I needed to work upon myself, how little I knew and how much more I needed to learn. The final year batch at that time was pretty spectacular. I'd say it was somehow them, in a twisted way, who made me feel that learning never stops, I have kept an open mind since then and don't intend to stop this learning process at least any time before my teeth fall off. I remember telling my roommates that I was not here to make friends. I mock the girl who said this. I should

SAE Bhaichaara

09 have known that it was an impossible feat, especially with the kind of company I had. I made great friends, living with the same people all four years, our SPyDeR gang is a bond for life. Debo, Punni & Ruby have been with me and helped me through all my heartbreaks, sorrows, needs, and regrets. I have also spent some of the best times of my life in Rooms 110 & 111 of Maitryee Hostel. Another person always an integral part of our Hostel Household… Manu has been a gorgeous friend, will always miss her long interesting stories and tasty Maggi. I had a lot of fun while working on Supra and Baja. Came to really know the whole team and became good friends. Because of the SAE I was able to have some hardcore College Life type fun. Everyone makes mistakes in life. There were times when I thought coming to KNIT was one of them, but really that's not true. This college gave me a chance to correct the mistakes I made in life. I found out what matters and what does not, the important things and the ones that were not. A lot of people affected my life in various positive and negative ways these four years and I hope that I touched a few lives too. These four years in spite of a few frustrations I was genuinely happy all thanks to my friends and Priyank. Love you guys so much… Really gonna miss you all. When I sit alone on a bench I see my life in KNIT pass me by, it's sly smile telling me that those times will never come back.

SAE gave us the days when we couldn't feel the hour of the day, hunger or the date of the month .We would stay unaware of the surroundings sitting closed in the rooms, working days and nights for our passion…Well this hard work did leave us with the memories of passion, hard work, dreams and above all a lifetime BHAICHAARA. It made us feel as if our college days had just started but it's just about to end. The most painful task we could remember was for our captain Sumit who was endlessly trying to get Work from we “THE LAZY PEOPLE”... At the back of the mind one can easily recollect the dialogues of ...

ROOM 109 Bestowed by a special vibe of love and affection, Was a world of care, bonding and unique connection, First entered Ankita, Shubha and Reeti, then came Shalu, Priyanka and Abhi, After that Paro and Bhavna got mingled in me. Saw the best and the worst phases of you all The equable and consummate Ankita The gregarious and charming Reeti The always high Shubha The pleasantly notorious Shalu The fun loving Priyanka The birdie and energetic Abhilasha The loquacious Paro The responsible and bold Bhavna. The most special moment of Ankita The daring and inspirational act of Reeti The awkward and funny acts of Shubha The nostalgic cries of Shalu The dangerous hyper mode of Priyanka The unexpected turn of Abhilasha The emotional breakdown of Paro The worries and tears of Bhavna. Those creative b'day parties Those misplaced throws of Shalu Those moments of mimicry and gossiping Those races of reeti's and Paro's incidences Those teaching sessions of Ankita and Abhilasha Those sudden word bombs of Shubha That laziness of Priyanka That LOR fever of continous 16 hrs That FRIENDS mania of Bhavna and much more............... The best days I ever witnessed The best fun I ever had, The best bonding I ever saw, The best people, I am ever gonna meet - ROOM 109, MAITREE HOSTEL


By-Swati Pathak, Final Year, EL “1st year..!!”, this voice alone was quite enough to gather all 83 students in a minute or two. Ab humse pucha gaya, “jis jis ke room mates nahi hain, wo abhi bata de, warna hum check karna bhi jante hain”, aur baat khatam hote hi hum chaaron ne(me, Akanksha, Richa & Snehil) ne ek dusre ko dekha aur “Ma'am, Nivedita so rhi hai”(jaisa ki hum hamesha kahte the :P), but suddenly a voice came from the crowd, “Main Hoon !!”, and soon we started praying for our safety :P. As we were called to attend a forum's opening, jisme hume koi interest nhi tha, so we just dispersed like a group of ants does after salt is sprinkled on them and decided to acknowledge bathroom as our (me, Akanksha & Richa) hiding place and we locked Snehil & Nivedita inside the room and some of my friends hid under mess table (Akriti, Pooja, Rashi & Shruti holding chowmein plates) and for the others, i hope hide & seek would have surely No matter where we stay we get ready to start the new “bakaiti” in A new CITY at found its way. This is how we started our college ride, filled with ups & downs, joy a new place. & happiness and spent lots of cherished moments that are going to be alive in our memories. All the best to all and have cheerful life ahead. Saumya was the first person who entered in Room In third year we again had a hilarious conversation with 110, then Debo and Me on the same day. The day our FB branch mate friend. Dosto k liye jhagda krna when Ruby came we were informed that they (hostel toh koi SPyDeR se seekhe. That whole matter was not administration) have to split our room and we started related to us but was related to someone whom we crying. Everybody including Warden Sir, Hostel relate to. Hope the guy will be able to recapitulate the Prefect, Mohini Ma'am and a whole bunch of conversation. (Hint for the guy having fins on his head darawani seniors were there to console us. But we which is responsible for transferring his brain). Once were so stupid at that time we couldn't imagine again on a FB status of our friend we started ourselves without each other. After that we started commenting and nearly whole mechanchies were there our mischievous activities. It was before Eco exam & the guy became popular in just two hours, his status night we literally tortured our so called boy-friend touched a tally of 156 comments. Next day he was the batch mate. (Sorry for that boy, bichare ki uski gf se hero of our class. :P (From that day onwards he nearly stop putting that kinda status again). We cleared so ladai ho gyi thi us raat). many times the full form of SPyDeR but I don't know We enjoyed a lot in first year but we don't know what why there is so much rumors about SpyDeR. I think went wrong and our own mechanical boys who hurt us individually to the extent that we couldn't recover now it must be crystal clear to all of you. till date. Spilling their frustration on Debo's FB wall, Lastly, Its nice having u guys always with me. I would showing their ultimate calligraphy skills on my desk like to thank you all individually. So let me start with and Saumya's desk, always making fun of Ruby Ruby- For always accompanying me during masti (Tu First of all I would like to clear the meaning of among themselves. Somehow we supported each na hoti toh mujhe punni kaun bulata). Debo- For SPyDeR it's neither a boyfriend-girlfriend group other during that time emotionally, mentally and in always inspiring me to study (Tu na hoti toh itte percent nor a doggy's gang. It's simply a gang of mechanical every possible aspect. I think those guys should at bhi na ban paate mere), Saumya Alwayz and Forever th roomie girls. It was the starting of first year on 08 least thank us (becoz guilt to feel hua hi ni un logo ko giving me speeches on anything. (Now it's time you October 2009 SPyDeR when iska gathan hua. ajtak, ki sorry bole) for not complaining against should start looking for a new Khoji) SPyDeR is S-Saumya ,P-Poonam, De-Debashree, them to the faculties. Anyways just cutting the Poonam Verma Ry-Ruby .We met on the registration day and on the melodramatic mood and back again to our Final Year ME same day we decided to be the future roommates. craziness…

SPyDeR Mystery Unveiled

11 may 2013