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On March 25th, Wednesday, the All Hands Meeting was conducted at DWIT. The purpose of the meeting was to inform the students about the short term as well as some long term plans that the college administration was working on or had achieved, and to announce the results of the recently held Mid-Terminal Examination of third, fifth and seventh semester students and Final Examination of first semester students.
The All Hands Meeting started off with the speech of Surendra Nath Adhikari, the Campus Chief. He started the program by talking about the ongoing activities in college, and the plans that the college aims to accomplish. Moreover, he shared the experience that he had gathered while visiting different BSc.CSIT colleges throughout the country. He further mentioned that the college was working towards improving the infrastructures for better facilitation of students as well as faculty members. He said, “We will turn the college into such a shape that all our faculty and students stay in the college by their own choice and not by our compulsion.”[caption id="attachment_5492" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Photo: Some snaps from the meeting
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Alok Koirala, the Director of R&D at DWIT, continued the program by motivating students to think outside of the box and to change their ideas into actions. He added, “Some DWIT interns working in Deerwalk Services are doing a great job, while some still require some more motivation and dedication.”
Alok Koirala was then followed by Bijaya Kumar Sherestha, the DWIT Academic Coordinator. He started his speech by encouraging students to give attention to their academics. Finally, the top-10 ranking of every semester was declared. Hitesh Karki, the Chief Academic Officer at DWIT, emphasized on how some students were performing exceedingly well in every opportunity provided by the college and encouraged everyone to outperform anything they put their hands on.
After the All Hands Meeting was over, Prawesh Shrestha, Manager at Community Innovations, briefed about NASA International Space App Challenge. He said that it will be held on 11th and 12th of April, and encouraged everyone to participate. He said, “The participation of girls until date has been comparatively low. Hence, I will be expecting all the girls of DWIT to be present during the competition.”
The program, which had started at around 3:45 pm, ended at around 7 p.m.