The event was held on the Heritage School Grounds and not even the erratic rain could dampen the spirits of the enthusiastic Rotaractors or that of the kids. The event started at 4:30 pm with the welcome speech by Rtr. Dibya Chatterjee.
Undergraduate students from the Heritage Institute of Technology, Kolkata presented their research projects under the guidance of New Jersey Institute of Technology STEM faculty creating a knowledge moment in the knowledge century.
Parmeet was not allowed to study computer applications as a subject in school because he was visually disabled. Following pleas from his parents, the school installed a specialised software to help students like him learn the subject.
To make the day memorable, the institute had supported Public Relations Society of India, Kolkata Chapter to present a discussion on the Topic 'Better City, Better Life with ICT' in association with BSNL on 17th May, 2010 where all eminent personali