Dreams, aspirations and a sparkle in the eye for a successful future! Mingle it with traits of little apprehension and some amount of anxiety- and you get the first day a student steps into the college. Indeed, the first day is what they will remember throughout their life. For the institute, while every child is different, so is the fact that every student is special. We at the Rasioni Group of institutions see our students growing, falling, learning and maturing. It is nothing short of a journey for us than it is for them.
This is the rationale behind the sour-sweet feeling when the students are commemorated on their Graduation day. It is the commemoration of the diligence they showed. It is the celebration of the hard work they pursued. It is the rejoice of the discipline they were a part of. And our best wishes pertaining to the fact that they are now ready to take a new plunge. The Graduation ceremony is organized on 30th June every year, as it is the Birth date of our Founder Late Shri G H Raisoni.
The academic procession involves the distinguished chief guests, the professors, the Vice Chancellor and the Chairman in robes and graduation caps approaching the dais. It is the podium, where they are seated and the students come to take their degrees.
As a sign of devotion towards the Goddess Saraswati a prayer is pursued. Goddess Saraswati is the Goddess of knowledge. This is followed by the lighting of the lamp in front of the idol.
The students are required to reach the stage one at a time as they are handed over their degree of completion the Graduation/ Post Graduation/ Doctorate. The students who have shown exceptional academic excellence are felicitated with Gold and Silver medals.
Every year one student, who has shown exemplary performance in all the fields like academics, innovations, research etc. is accorded the Achiever’s Award
The Degree ceremony is followed by the pledge ceremony, wherein the students take a pledge.
The National Anthem is sung by the students, the Professors, and the distinguished Chief guests. This marks the culmination of the ceremony.