The Electrical Engineering Society welcomed first year Electrical Engineering with the noteworthy event Vis-a-vis. The event consisted of four rounds- Group Discussion, Debate, Just a minute (JAM) and final round Presentation which was successfully conducted offline by the EES team. The literary event not only enhanced students' communication and presentation skills but also boosted their confidence in public speaking. "Winning is not always about being best. Sometimes it's about holding on the longest."All the freshers put out a valiant effort and participated to the end. Vis-a-Vis, an initiative from Electrical Engineering Society was overall an intriguing journey and the whole first year travelled it well.The leaderboard here reveals the names of top three ranker and other participants. Every name included here deserves our warmest congratulations. These competitions assuredly helped the students boost up their skills and cognizance.
A river cuts through rock not because of its power, but its persistence. As our frequency remains constant with increasing wavelengths of our team spirit, the Electrical Engineering Society started with *2nd Episode of HOLD HIGH THE FLAME* with high flyer *Krishna Meerendra sir*, who has brought Institute of Engineering and Technology to the top of the board via his unwavering thriving triumph. He is an *alumini of EE'20, IET Lucknow*, who scored *AIR 20 in GATE'21* and added feathers to his cap by scoring *AIR 15 in ESE'21*. On *15th May, 2022*, the session was conducted in online mode through the *Google Meet platform*. It was an incredible and interactive session with Krishna sir, who guided the students through his own experiences gained during his preparation phase and after reaching great heights. The entire meet was packed with students, and we had excellent participation from students of all years. The second episode was unquestionably a huge success, and the Elec