Student development holistically is a top concern for NIT Srinagar, according to director Prof. Yedla
Student development holistically is a top concern for NIT Srinagar, according to director Prof. Yedla

December 27, Srinagar: The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Director, Prof. Sudhakar Yedla, opened a state-of-the-art amphitheater on Wednesday, offering students a dynamic venue for cultural, academic, and recreational activities. This is a crucial step to expand and enrich campus experiences.

With its state-of-the-art amenities, the recently opened amphitheater can host a range of events, including interactive sessions, lectures, workshops, and cultural performances.


The aforementioned program is a component of the institution’s continuous endeavors to cultivate a comprehensive learning milieu and enhance overall student involvement.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Prof. Yedla said that NIT Srinagar prioritizes the holistic development of its students. Regarding the amphitheater’s beneficial effects on the institution’s campus life, he was upbeat.

It is required of the facility’s director to act as a central point for encouraging students’ creativity, talent, and sense of community. He emphasized how difficult it is to have a vibrant social life on campus and said that there aren’t many places where students can get together and have conversations about different subjects.

The institution has responded by introducing the “Amphitheatre.” This creative venue, designed for unofficial student meetings, is comparable to an open theater. It promotes things like picking up a guitar, starting conversations among peers, and just hanging out with pals.

According to Prof. Yedla, the purpose of the amphitheater is to bridge this gap by providing a space set out specifically for student bonding and vibrant exchanges.

“It can serve as a platform for discussing academic topics, and I am confident that it will significantly enhance the social life on campus, particularly for students,” he said.

The director went on to say that there are plans to build more facilities, such as a large auditorium and a renovated common area, that will allow for more sophisticated sociocultural events.

“In addition to these additions, the school has a variety of sports facilities, including cutting-edge track and field facilities. In the future, the students may look forward to an amazing and vibrant campus life,” he said.

All of the deans, the registrar, heads of departments and centers, support personnel, and other university workers were present for the opening ceremony.



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