The students of Delhi Technological University’s (DTU) cultural societies – Nrityangana, Madhurima and VIBE enthralled the audience with their performances.
The alumni, faculty members and students then were treated with some of the golden hits of Kishore Kumar performed by singer Tarun Gupta, an alumni of Delhi College of Engineering (now DTU).
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Dr Navneet Kumar Sharma, founder and president of the DTU-DCE Fraternity Forum welcomed the fraternity members and presented a report about the various activities undertaken for the benefit of fraternity members, especially the students, during the last two years.
He informed that in less than two years, the forum has become a community of more than 3,200 life members with chapters in many states of India and countries and thanked the members for their active participation and support. He also shared his vision and roadmap for the future growth and progress of the forum.
DTU-DCE Fraternity Forum was founded on June 2, 2020 by Sharma, an alumnus of 1985 batch of DCE, that provides a platform to alumni, students and faculty for networking, interaction and exchange of ideas on technical/ managerial issues, personal and professional growth and extending help.
The motto of the Forum is “Sahyogen Sarvsiddhi” (everything is possible through cooperation) and in sync with the moto the forum felicitated serving and superannuated faculty, entrepreneurial alumni and the students who presented the cultural performances on the occasion.
Among the alumni present who were felicitated were Aakash Sinha, founder and CEO of Omnipresent Robo Tech. Rajat Vashisht, founder, Resumod and Vaibhav Agrawal and Saurav Kumar, founders of Broomees.
Rajesh Tiwari, secretary of the forum concluded the proceedings with a vote of thanks.