CLUBS @ NIST

CLUBS @ NIST

NIST Students come out with flying colors in different sporting events

 

ASTRONOMY CLUB

"Gazing Beyond the Limits..."

The NIST Astronomy club aims to create interest amongst the students to observe the sky through telescope and popularize astronomy among them. The club wants to establish a hi-tech planetarium inside the campus in future to motivate the students to gaze beyond the limits.

Astronomy Club

 
 
ROBOTICS

ROBOTICS CLUB

"Integration of Innovation and Intelligence"

NIST Robotics Club (NRC) aims at energizing young engineering minds towards the next era of technological evolution. ROBOTICS is a multidisciplinary club incorporating Computer Science, Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering, etc. NRC is a known face in Robotics in India winning many national and state level accolades truly standing to its mission - integrating innovation and intelligence.

 
 

ELECTRONICS HOBBY CLUB

"Innovate to Implement"

EHC has been the platform for those who have ventured to go beyond the conventional theory in the field of electronics. Be it the Hardware competition in 'Sankalp' or the celebration of 'Electronics Month' or be the performance in 'Tech fests' across India, EHC has always carried the tag of success.

Innovate to Implement

 
 

RENEWABLE ENERGY CLUB

"Innovate to Implement"

"SPREADING AWARENESS ABOUT RENEWABLE ENERGY" being the motto of the club, it started in the year 2007 with the collaboration of OREDA (Orissa Renewable Energy Development Association), which is a Govt. of India undertaking. This makes the club the most outstanding club of NIST. It organizes different workshops, Hardware Model Expo and awareness camps at different locations.

NIST Renewable Energy Club publishes its Quarterly Magazine Green Sense

Innovate to Implement

 
 
CLUB EXCEL

CLUB EXCEL

"Lets go and excel in the field of programming for creating efficient and innovative solutions to the real world problems"

Club Excel enhances the creativity of the students and acquaints them with the current industry & real world problems; Innovative thinking is the only factor that decides one’s survival in the corporate life. CLUB EXCEL organizes mega programming events in each semester. No wonder its members bagged 7 awards in Top 10 in Wipro's "Code Zap Guru" contest, 2010.

 
 

EUREKA CLUB

"EUREKA: Rediscover Yourself"

With a quest for Literary Brilliance, EUREKA organizes Inter School and Inter College Literary Competitions every year. Apart from this, the Club also performs skits and plays in English, offers Business English Certificate (BEC) courses to students in collaboration with British Council.

EUREKA CLUB

 
 
CLUB INNOVA

CLUB INNOVA

"Dare to dream Strive to excel"

Doing something different has been the desire of great minds. Desire needs to be tailored and guided by a proper counselor to produce constructive outcome. In order to understand the term "INNOVATION" and resurrect every mind with the essence of innovation; the Club Innova was pioneered at NIST.

 
 

ART AND DRAMATIC CLUB

"Creation from Recreation..."

NIST AD Club promotes events where students hone their real time management skills and accelerate their personality growth in true terms. It takes up socio-cultural problems as events and exposes the members to the other side of civil society. If filmmaking and coining slogans excite you then this club is definitely for you.

ART AND DRAMATIC

 
 
MULTIMEDIA CLUB

MULTIMEDIA CLUB

"So what are you waiting for ? Grab the opportunity... Welcome to the clan of MULTIMEDIA DESIGNERS"

The multimedia club of NIST invites one and all to participate and to be what we really are! We provide a platform to exploit your creative instincts. As it is said "the liberty to make mistakes provides the best environment for creativity". Professionals and amateurs both are welcome, for the club guides you right from scratch. We tutor your talents and facilitate a way to reach the zenith of creativity.

 
 

NIST MUSICAL SOCIETY

"Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit"

In the whispers of the wind or the swirl of the ripples, the rhythm of the river or the chorus of the birds, music is everywhere. Music is cherished without inhibitions or prohibitions. It is the universal language which knows no boundaries yet has the strength to cleanse the malaise of any soul. It can bring a whole new meaning to this journey called life. This is what NMS dreams to achieve. Our first album "Phoenix" was a super hit.

NIST MUSICAL SOCIETY

 
 
SPORTS AND ADVENTURE CLUB

SPORTS AND ADVENTURE CLUB

SAC encourages NISTians to develop their athletic skills with its rich infrastructure for sports. It has won laurels at inter college and university level and trains the students for different adventurous activities like canoeing, Kayaking, Para-sailing, paragliding, trekking and mountain climbing.

 
 

YOGA AND FITNESS CLUB

"True enjoyment comes from activity of the mind and exercise of the body; the two are united."

The green campus carries the Yoga Centre and the Gymnasium at its heart facilitating students to lead a healthy and stress free life. Yoga and Fitness Club manages these activities by conducting different yoga baithaks and fitness trainings periodically. A must read is "ENJOY YOUR BREATH" and "KILL THAT STRESS BEFORE IT KILLS YOU" by Maharshi Yogiraj.

YOGA AND FITNESS CLUB

 
 
SWIMMING CLUB

SWIMMING CLUB

NIST swimming club encourages students, faculty members and staff to stay healthy through swimming. It conducts periodic swimming camps and competition. It is now so well established that students are better swimmers than faculty.

 
 

CLOUD COMPUTING CLUB

The main motto of this club is to inculcate research interests among the students in the field of Cloud Computing and its associated areas such as Parallel Processing, High Performance Computing and Grid Computing. Students from several branches are participating in various events organized by Cloud Computing club.

SWIMMING CLUB

 
 
Astronomy Club

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB

Foto Folks is a club of like-minded NIST students and faculty members who say it better through pictures. A group of amateurs, they sacrifice their moments to make the others' memorable. The club is an integral part of every event held in the campus. It's tough to spot them, nobody knows where they are lurching; they shot with the precision of a hitman and present NISTians the most candid moments. Besides, they take part in photo exhibitions, workshops and competitions. They have often been felicitated for their passion and creativity.

 

CLUB ACTIVITIES

NIST Students come out with flying colors in different sporting events

 

Movie Making Competition

Club EUREKA organised a Movie Making Competition for the students of NIST few days back. The theme of the competition was 'NIST College Life.' Twenty two videos were uploaded in the YouTube. Based on the youtube hits: views, likes, and dislikes and the jury's marks, the winners were selected and were awarded with cash prizes (Rs. 10,000 for all winners)during Waves 2012.

People who are interested to watch the videos can do the same by following the link: https://www.youtube.com/user/ClubEureka


SUMMER ROBOTICS WORKSHOP 2013

NIST Robotics Club (NRC) organized the Summer Workshop on Robotics for school children from 1st to 14th June 2013. The club has been organising this workshop successfully for the past eight years, where top five students from all the schools in and around Berhampur are invited. The students learn the basics of Robotics and Its Application. JUNK Robotics, Manual Robotics. LEGO Robotics, Electronics and Automatic Robotics Concepts are made clear to the students in the workshop. This is free for all the participants and the institute bears all the expenses for the same. Around 50 students from various schools participated in the workshop this year. The program was organized and coordinated by Mr Swagat Kumar Samantaray along with the club members.


EyeBotics

Think Ware, a venture of KC Robotics & Embedded Pvt. Ltd., Noida in collaboration with NIST Robotics Club conducted a Workshop on 'Eye Botics' in the college campus on 13th and 14th April 2013. This workshop focused on Image processing in Matlab Image Acquisition, Image Manipulation in MATLAB, Integrating Image Processing Code in Real Time, Ball Following Robot, and Object Tracking Robot. A total of 181 Students from different semesters participated in the workshop. Mr. Swagat Kumar Samantaray, Faculty Advisor, NRC along with the members of the club and other faculty members coordinated the workshop.


ASTRONOMY WEEK

In yet another eventful week in NIST, the NIST Astronomy Club celebrated the Astronomy Week from 16th to 20th April 2013. Over a span of five days many exciting competitions: general quiz, paper presentation, poster presentation, Vega Bond were organized in the campus where a huge participation was witnessed. The event was conducted in the presence of the Director, Prof. Sangram Mudali. On the final day the event was concluded by a documentary show to increase the inquisitiveness and awareness of the students in the field of astronomy. Ms Jyoti Padhi and Ms G. Spandana, B. Tech 2nd year secured first position in general quiz, Ms Aparna Rani Behera, B. Tech 2nd year, first in poster presentation, Mr Kunal Gaurav, Mr Jitendra Kumar and Mr Deepak Kumar, B. Tech 2nd year, first in Vega Bond and Mr Soumya Ranjan Senapati, B. Tech 1st year was adjourned the best presenter in the paper presentation competition. The program was organized by the members of the club under the guidance of Dr Mihir Hota, Faculty Advisor, Astronomy Club.


SAND ART COMPETITION

Club Eureka and Club Innova successfully conducted the Sand Art Competition in the college campus. Around 50 students (eight groups) participated in the same. Through sand art, on the theme 'Moulding Change in Society', the students presented their ideas on End of Terrorism, United India, Gender Equality, Primacy of Lord of Knowledge over the universe, Respect Women, Women at par with men, Tobacco Kills, and Pac Man - a computer game where a man is ready to kill terrorism, corruption and poverty - the three demons of humankind. Mr Bhagabati Pattnaik, Dr Ram Kulesh Thakur, Ms Sreta Patnaik and the Faculty Advisors of both the clubs, Dr. Suresh Patnaik and Mr Dipti Ranjan Lenka evaluated the sand art competition of students.