Bhilai, Feb 15, 2019: Every college should have a help desk so that a student can get help when he or she is in trouble. The counselor of the Help Desk will be empowered to resolve the problem of students directly by contacting the University. Action plan in this regard is being prepared by the Department of Higher Education, stated Umesh Patel, Minister of Higher and Technical Education while addressing the “Gaurav Samaroh” at Bhilai Institute of Technology on Friday. The Minister Umesh Patel and MLA from Bilaspur Shailesh Pandey were specially honored at the felicitation function. The Minister further said that while studying in college he often felt that if the college had a help desk, majority of the problems faced by students would have been solved. Often even for small problems, the students had to visit the university which easily wasted a full day. He added that the college not only offer degrees but is also helps in molding the character of students which is capital gain for the lifetime.
Patel said that while travelling from Raipur to attend the programme, he kept remembering the old college days and went into flashback. On reaching the college it was as if the college life has returned. Remembering his friends during college days he said that they are not here and most of them have settled abroad but he felt happy to meet the Professors and get their blessings. Recollecting college days further, he said that college works as a vent for the hidden power inside students which in turn gives the students direction of life. The more you study with dedication, the more progress you will make in life, he concluded.
Bilaspur MLA Shailesh Pandey thanked BIT and said that whatever he is at present is because of the College. He shared memories associated with the college and how the years of college became very supportive in deciding his future life.
The BIT Board of Directors IP Mishra, Vijay Gupta and Principal Arun Arora also addressed the gathering. They expressed happiness and added that it is a matter of pride that students of BIT have reached to such great heights in public life and are serving country. The Vice Chancellor of the Technical University MK Verma also addressed the gathering.