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16th May, 2021 was truly a day to be mesmerizingly recalled since it was the first time only experience for not just the performers, but every student, faculty and volunteer for the Fusion 2021 to be celebrated virtually.  

This year’s annual event, Fusion - The Cultural Fest was organized virtually on Zoom and it truly unfolded the unexpected. The ambience and exuberance has remarkably played beautifully on this day, uniquely unveiling the theme –  “Humaari Neev-Humaari Shaan, Celebrating the profound foundations of India”. 

Students showcased their talents in numerous ways through their outstanding performances, where the audience, kith and kin, colleagues and students got a revealing persona which was praiseworthy. Some were secret little artists who had showcased their art work in the creativity corner, where else some were amazing dancers, some proved to be truly the aspiring poets of future by not just reciting but even creating their very own poem and lastly a group of actors played an astounding drama enacted and scripted by them wholly. The event literally manifested Mark Twain’s words- "India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand-mother of tradition.”  

Although the performances were less in number than expected as this is the testing time going as well it was a new platform, virtual one, the event was successful. It was all possible because of “Hamaare college ki neev- Hamaari unity”. The whole event was only possible because of the hard-work, day-night efforts and conscientious management done by teachers, students who actively took part and volunteered. Volunteering committees such as Anchoring committee, Video-editing and Photography committee, Screen-operation and presentation committee etc. were handled by student volunteers who took this event to the glory it truly deserves. 

The evening went fabulous and rendered an enthralling and enriching experience.   

Here are some pleasant glimpses of the event:

  "Personal Development is a major time-saver, the earlier you become better, the less time  it takes you to achieve your goals." Truly said, and this year with a creative change in syllabus GTU introduced a subject called Integrated Personality Development Course. To develop moral values, ethics, and awareness among the students, Saffrony Institute of Technology and IPDC Team organized an activity in Vision India 2030 for all the 6th semester students. 

  The aim of organizing this activity was to make students come out of their comfort zone with healthy interaction among the team, managing the leadership skills, having respect for each other and most importantly to reach out to people for communication. Well with a challenging exercise of minimising the use of internet as much as possible, students were divided into 10 teams and allocated various sectors, namely Defense, Medical, Trade and Diplomacy, Economics, Science and Technology, Infrastructure and Transportation, Agriculture, Aeronautical, Education and Vision India 2030 which are the areas for the development of India.

  Apart from incredible teamwork and creativity in presentation from participating students, a  noteworthy acknowledgement to our dear HoD's and faculty members present during the presentation who kept the teams motivated throughout by sharing their valuable thoughts and reviews which gave very reinforcement to students to keep performing great and outdo themselves in every way!

Here are the glimpses of the enthralling webinar:


It's time to bid adieu to the final year students of Degree & Diploma and for the same, Virtual Farewell Celebration was held on the 26th April 2021

Pre-final & final year students all together enjoyed this virtual Farewell with lots of fun activities, performances, experience sharing, watching their life in mesmerizing memories in video clips, unique virtual photo sessions, and surprises!  

Let's cherish these treasured memories FOREVER... 

Saffrony Institute wishes you a very bright career ahead with tons of blessings. 

Here are glimpses of the wonderful moments & your LIFE @ Saffrony collected in video clips: 

Unlock YOUR memories from the below-given links: 

Energetic and cool memories:

Saffronite Feeling:

Memories of Batch 2017-21:

Get Motivation for Future!:

Department wise students' journey and links for video clips:

Mechanical & Automobile Department:

Civil Department:

Electronics and Communication Department:

Diploma Engineering Final Year Students' Memories:

Computer & IT Department:


The Computer Engineering & Information technology Department organized an online webinar on 'Blockchain Technology' for the students of 4th, 6th and 8th semester CE-IT on 20th March, 2021 from 11.00 am to 12.30 pm. 

The aim of organizing the webinar was to make our students aware about the present demand of securing confidential records in any domain.  A blockchain is an anonymous online ledger that uses a data structure to simplify the way we transact and it allows users to manipulate the ledger in a secure way without the use of a third party and also protects the identities of the users. More than 40 students along with 10 faculty members have attended this webinar voluntarily. 

The webinar was delivered by Shri Pankaj Gupta sir. Shri Pankaj Gupta is a Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services, GIFT, Gandhinagar Since Nov 2013. He has been responsible for developing GIFT city as an IT services hub in FINTECH and e-governance space. He has over 25 areas of diversified experience in the IT industry. He talked about the blockchain, its application, advantages, and hyperledger fabric platform. The session was very much interesting and full of knowledge. We are very much pleased to have an expert like Shree Pankaj Gupta sir. 

 Here are the glimpses of the webinar:

An expert lecture on Applied Mechanics for Diploma 1st Semester Automobile students was organized on 23rd January, 2021 by S.P.B. Patel Engineering College, Diploma courses. The session was taken by Prof. Dharmendra Kandoi. The event was moderated by Prof. Bishikeshan Das. 10 students of 1st semester Diploma Automobile attended the expert lecture. The objective of the expert lecture was to provide conceptual knowledge about the topic Coplanar concurrent forces. The session also helped them to clear their doubts in a convincing way and encouraged them to interact with the expert as well in clearing their doubts regarding the exam. Students were very happy to get a chance to interact with Prof. Dharmendra Kandoi. They also thanked the department for organizing such an informative talk.

Here is the glimpse of the session:


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