The Electoral Awareness campaign was held in the campus of Shri Ram Murti Smarak College Of Engineering and Technology, Bareilly on 26th March 2019 at 11am, under the campaign, various activities were conducted. The activities were poster making, slogan writing, Selfie point, Signature Campaign and express your views (speech and poetry) , addressed by Dean Academics, Dr. Prabhakar Gupta, Chief Proctor, Er. Sovan Mohanty, HOD (CS deptt), Dr. Laxmi Shankar Maurya and member of proctorial board, Er. K.K. Tiwari.
Later on, at 2 o’clock, all the new voters and to-be-voters gathered for the guest lecture under the campaign , addressed by Chief Guest , IAS Officer, Mr. Satyendra Kumar and RJ Pankhudi, & RJ Akansha from Radio Station 92.7 Big FM , Trust Secretary, Mr. Aditya Murti, Trust Administrator, Er. Subhash Mehra Dean Student Welfare, Er. Ashish Kumar, Dean Academics, Dr. Prabhakar Gupta, HODs of various deptt. , various faculty members and students from SRMS CET, SRMS Nursing, SRMS paramedical.
The event started with the welcome address of the dignitaries, providing them a sapling as the token of love. The event was further conducted by Chief Guest, Mr Satyendra Kumar. He told the budding voters and to-be-voters the process to register for enrolment in the voters’ list and what the importance of voting is. He mentioned the online portal to get registered, NVSP (National Voters Services Portal) where a student can online register and also a help-desk number 1950 where he/she can clear his/her confusions, doubts and misunderstandings about the election process.
An active participation was students as well as teachers was seen during the campaign.
After knowing about the entire electoral process and its importance, RJ Pankhudi also encouraged to vote and to invoke others to invoke too. She asked senior faculty to conduct and organise electoral kitties where they will discuss and encourage their friends to vote.
Then there was an oath ceremony in which the new voters and to-be-voters vowed to vote and choose a representative unbiasedly, without any suppression that will lead our nation to advancement and growth.
The event further witnessed a speech by Anasya Vajpayee, B.Tech (EC-18) to tell and invoke the to-be-voters to vote. Harsh Mangalam recited a poem, “Vote Dalte Hain ” which filled the hearts of audience with positive vibes and audience with positive attitude.
The event ended with a short play presented by girls of SRMS Nursing College depicting the consequences of not choosing wisely our representatives.
To conclude, the event was a success achieving the aim of its conduct and hoping the new voters and to-be-voters and become responsible citizens.