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MONTH WISE REPORT OF EVENTS ORGANIZED BY

KLUSO

2012

K L University Student

Ordinate (KLUSO)

ADAM Council, KLUSO

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Sir,

We, the Office bearers of KLUSO are much elated to brief the works done, events organised, and achievements of our student ordinate from the starting day of this semester i.e., 6th July, 2012 till date.

Following is the detailed report which is for convenience written in chronological order.

SELECTIONS REPORT:

06th August, 2012 Vaddeswaram.

Selections for all the clubs have been notified on 12th July, 2012

Subject: KLUSO Selection notification for the academic year 2012-13.

Ref: KLU/RO/KLUSO/CIR/2012-13 12th July 2012 CIRCULAR

Sub: KLUSO Selection notification for the academic year 2012-13.

Ref: Letter ADAM/Selection Commission3/KLUSO/KLU dt.12-07-2012 from Mr. G.K. Chaitanya, Vice-President, KLUSO and

forwarded by Dr.K.Manikyeswara Rao, Coordinator, WWC.

***

It is hereby informed that the Organizer posts in various clubs of KLUSO are open and the selections

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for the vacancies will be held as follows, as per article X in Nibandhan.

Club Vacancies Procedure Date and venue

Vachas

[The speaking Club]

15 Round 1: JAM

Round 2:Group Discussion Round 3:HR Interview

17th July , 2012 F320 , F321 Swara

[The Singing Club]

10 2 rounds of practical Final Round: HR Interview

17th July , 2012 F320 , F321 Hobby

[Photography, Painting, Knitting, Stamp & Coin collection]

30 Round 1: Display of personal collections and arts

Round 2: HR Interview

17th July , 2012 F320 , F321

Maya

[The Film Making &

Animation Club]

15 Round 1: Presentation of previous works and experience on Film making & Animation

Round 2: Editography Round 3: HR Interview

17th July , 2012 F320 , F321

Aarohana

[The Trekking Club]

30 Round 1: Essay writing Round 2: HR Interview

18th July , 2012 F320 , F321 Samskrithi

[The Indian Heritage &

Culture Club]

20 Round 1: Essay writing Round 2: HR Interview

18th July , 2012 F320 , F321

Prakrithi

[The Environment Club]

30 Round 1: Essay writing Round 2: HR Interview

18th July , 2012 F320 , F321 Yantrana

[The Technical Club]

&

Saankhya

[The Mathematics Club]

25 Round 1: Written Objective test Round 2: HR Interview

18th July , 2012 F320 , F321

Aastha

[The Social Service Club]

25 Round 1: Essay writing Round 2: Group Discussion Round 3: HR Interview

19th July, 2012 F320, F321 Abhinaya

[The Dramatics Club]

20 Round 1: Practical Round Round 2: Spot acting Round 3: HR Interview

19th July, 2012 F320, F321 Narthana

[The Dance Club]

25 2 rounds of practical Final Round: HR Interview

19th July, 2012 F320, F321

KLUSO also consists of 11 councils as listed below in addition to the 14 clubs to facilitate the conduction of events and activities.

Council Name Vacancies

Media Council 5

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Drafting & Archiving 5

Public Relations 5

External Relations 5

Feedback, Ideas, Complaints & Suggestions Council 5

Sudden & External events Council 15

Designing Council 5

Discipline Council 5

Selections for council executives for all councils will be held on 20th July 2012 and the procedure for selection will be informed at the spot.

Venue for Council executives’ selection is F320, F321.

Note:

1. All interested candidates must report at the selection venue exactly at 2 pm on the respective dates.

2. Candidates interested for Maya [The Film making & Animation club] should bring their personal laptops.

3. Candidates interested for Hobby Clubs should bring their personal collections at the time of selection.

4. Candidates interested in Designing council must have a minimum knowledge in PHOTOSHOP.

5. Appointment orders and T-shirts will be provided for the selected organizers and Council executives.

Note for Organizers:

Organizers who are already selected in KLUSO must register themselves at F320 on 16th July 2012 from 3 pm to 5 pm and on 17th July 2012 from 4 pm to 5 pm.

REGISTRAR

Selections have been started with HR panel consisting of all CWC members, and results have been declared.

AAROHANA CLUB

: - 14 marks is the cut off

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

204 14 11007048 S.Naveen MECH

156 14 11005049 Sai Teja Moravaneni ECM

157 14 11005056 Chunduri Sri Harsha ECM

206 14 11007107 N.Dheeraj Prem Kumar MECH

147 15 10101369 B.Harish EEE

187 15 11007201 K.Bhargav ME

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75 16 11106112 G.Harika EEE

73 17 11006190 A.Vinaya Bharathi EEE

227 14 11007299 N.Chiranjivi Gupta MECH

SEVA CLUB:-22 marks is the cut off

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

211 22 11003210 M.V.S.N.S.S.K.Chaitanya CSE

314 22 11003415 R.Vijayasri CSE

316 22 10100787 J.Kavya Sri ECE

318 22 10100567 V.Sruthi CSE

272 23 11003375 A.Pratyusha CSE

312 23 11006232 K.Prabhakar EEE

317 23 10100413 M.N.Mallika Reddy CSE

295 23 11007149 Riyazahamad Syed MECH

297 23 11007186 M. Venkata Sai Akhil MECH

298 23 11007102 A. Akhil MECH

313 24 11003416 K.Vineessha CSE

334 24 11004170 T.Sravya Sruthi ECE

213 25 11006155 M.Sai Gowtham EEE

264 25 10101304 K.Annie Jeshrun EEE

243 25 10100388 M.Lakhmi Nimisha CSE

333 28 11004410 C.Kusumanjali Devi ECE

ABHINAYA CLUB

: - 17marks is the cut off

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

250 17 11004188 S.Venkatesh ECE

249 17 11004119 P.Gokul Krishna ECE

324 17 11004429 D. Prudhvi Raju ECE

219 18 11004161 D.Sai Chaitanya Reddy ECE

268 18 10004321 N.Jaswanth ECE

251 20 11004121 Harshad Mahatha Shaik ECE

337 20 11004478 K.Keerthi Priya ECE

338 20 11004261 K.Sravan Kumar ECE

278 20 11002175 G.Venkata Veeresh CE

296 21 10100833 U. Mohan Eswar Kumar ECE

257 22 11004349 B.Sai Kiran ECE

260 22 11004269 S.Sriram ECE

332 22 11004210 A.Harish ECE

309 22 11005152 N.Yuvana ECM

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306 22 10101071 M Uma Maheshwar ECE

293 22.5 11007101 Abhinay.G MECH

302 22.5 10100764 Ch. Jagadesh ECE

279 23 11002143 Sai Teja.T CE

303 23 10100890 K Prasanna Kumar ECE

305 23 10100910 V Rahul ECE

330 23 11004262 R. Sravan ECE

331 23 11004154 K. Ragu Rami Reddy ECE

261 24.5 11004289 G.Lakshman Chandra ECE

326 25 11005139 J.Varsha ECM

322 25 11004160 Y.Sahiti ECE

304 26 10100736 A. Gowtham Reddy ECE

247 18

HOBBY CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

254 20 11004114 M.Dheerendra ECE

258 20 11003328 M.Bhanu Poornima CSE

259 20 11003334 V.Charishma CSE

347 20 11004261 K.Sravan Kumar ECE

346 20 11004281 P.V.Naveen Kumar ECE

277 20 10101292 K.Adhitya Sai Rishna EEE

280 20 11004146 Y.Omkar ECE

281 20 11004501 G.Haitanya Krishna ECE

126 8 11006233 S.Priyanka EEE

119 8 11005040 K.Pradeep Reddy ECM

5 15 10100545 K.Sravya ECE

104 18 10100461 Raga Tapaswi.A CSE

27 19 11002088 K Anil Kumar CE

57 20 11006166 K.Satya Sasank EEE

105 21 10100377 M.Madhuri CSE

65 22 10101204 N.Srinath ECM

128 22 11006179 Tejaswini.P EEE

87 22 11004208 T.Harikiran ECE

46 23 10101374 B.Harshad Chowdary EEE

4 21

129 21

37 26

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MAGAZINE:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

107 9 11002124 J Naresh Kumar CE

118 11 11007235 V Sai Venkatesh MECH

51 12 11003185 G.Sai Vikas CSE

86 14 10100182 P.Satya Surya Vamsi CIVIL

123 14 11007270 Sk Babu Jani MECH

60 15 11005219 Sarath Babu V ECM

61 15 11005201 M.Naveen ECM

3 16 11005070 R.Vani Havisha CSE

121 16 11007201 K.Bhargav MECH

62 17 11005173 G.G.Raja Sekhar ECM

52 17 11005220 G.Shubhang ECM

116 17 11004200 K.Avinash ECE

122 20 11007048 S.Naveen Reddy MECH

112 21 11005217 Shajji Saleem ECM

47 25 10101762 J.Lava Kumar MECH

MAYA CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

111 8 10101826 Prakash Kc MECH

22 17 11003325 M Achyuth CSE

50 19 11004289 G.Lakshman Chandra ECE

15 19 10101915 K Venkat Raghavan MECH

31 19 11004119 P Gokul Krishna ECE

55 20 11003358 P.Manikanta CSE

28 20 11004161 D Sai Chaitanya ECE

67 21 10101159 Jeshwanth P ECM

49 21 11004269 S.Sriram ECE

16 21 10102027 R. Vijayendra Tej MECH

66 22 10101220 G.Kishore ECM

72 22 11004177 S Sumanth Reddy ECE

26 22 11004188 S Venkatesh ECE

115 22 11004349 B.Sai Kiran ECE

56 23 11003330 G.Bhargav CSE

44 23.5 11006173 B.Sudarshan Reddy EEE

70 24 P.Sarvesh MECH

71 24 Vishnu MECH

23 24 11003061 K S V A Vinil CSE

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PRAKRUTHI CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

151 9 11002138 C.Reddaiah Kumar CIVIL

138 11 11005174 T.Vamsi ECM

202 12 11003348 P.Hemanth Krishna CSE

139 12 11007057 T.Ranjith Kumar ME

140 12 11007040 M.Manoj Kumar ME

150 12.5 11002137 Raviteja.V CIVIL

141 13 11003179 B.Sai Dinesh CSE

153 14 11005145 Venkata Rao Kondapali ECM

201 16 11003367 V.Pavan Kumar CSE

84 13

85 12

SAMSKRUTHI CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

181 10 10100776 V.Jwala Avinash ECE

175 11 10100893 B.Prashanth ECE

233 14 10101541 M.S.Raghavendra EEE

182 15 10101013 K.Srihari ECE

174 16 10101076 V.V.S.Harakiran ECE

183 16 10100741 Ch.Hari Naga Satish ECE

SANKHYA CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

148 28 11004221 V.Mohanvamseekrishna ECE

198 22 11004493 K.Nandini Priyanka ECE

149 20 11004487 P.Neehar Sai Chaitanya ECE

197 20

196 19.5

222 19 11005107 A.Lakshmi Kavya ECM

223 19 11005108 Mounika Ch ECM

164 18 11005136 J.Triveni ECM

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163 17 11005163 K.Bhargavee Latha ECM

224 16 11005101 K Haritha ECM

225 16 11005140 P Varshitha ECM

226 16 11005124 M Sai Veena ECM

131 14 11005233 V.Sri Mathruka ECM

SWARA CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

5 15 10100545 K.Sravya ECE

32 16 11004121 Sk. Harshad Mehatha ECE

76 17 11003096 S.T.Sushma CSE

103 19 10100826 A Manoj Kumar ECE

77 21 11003070 Y.Sai Ramya CSE

8 21.4 11006190 A.Vinaya Bharathi EEE

94 22 11006122 A.Kavya EEE

14 25 11003162 Poojitha.M CSE

39 21

38 15

VACHAS

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

1 24 11003123 M.Bagya Lashkmi CSE

114 24 11007349 Adithya Sharma MECH

124 24 11007310 V.K.Monish MECH

88 23 11005104 T.Jahnavi ECM

6 22 11003070 Y.Sai Ramya CSE

41 22 11004041 S.Mounica ECE

24 22 11006024 K Krishna Teja EEE

54 21 11006201 N.Balaphani EEE

35 21 11004025 G.Jayashree ECE

40 20 11004006 Bhanusree ECE

110 20 10100606 L.Indraja CSE

17 20 11003297 T Sri Kanth CSE

18 20 11005068 V Sai Vaishnav ECM

137 20 9100467 Y.Sri Vishnu CSE

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106 20 11004155 Y Rajesh ECE

97 19 11004135 B.Monica ECE

113 19 11006304 Y.Tejaswi EEE

120 19 11006127 P.Lavanya EEE

25 19 11004153 D Srinivas ECE

84 19 11002175 G.Venkat Veeresh Babu CIVIL

9 18 11003082 K.Sri Lashkmi CSE

29 18 11003118 Akhila.V CSE

63 18 10100767 Jaideep J ECE

YANTRANA CLUB

:-

Token No. Marks Id No. Name Branch

184 27 11007072 N.Sri Ram MECH

199 25 10101541 M.S.Raghavendra EEE

162 24 11003233 Avinash Anupoju CSE

161 23 11003242 Gopi Bhaskar Papanaboina CSE

81 22 11003194 P.Sindusha Kumari CSE

170 22 11003161 P.Rikita CSE

178 22 10100985 M.S.Vamsi Krishna ECE

200 22 10100682 Ch.Anvesh ECE

132 22 11005121 Kj.Sai Krishna ECM

192 22 11006066 D.Shivahemanth EEE

205 22 11005105 L.Jyothsna ECM

136 21 11003121 A.B.V.S.N.Swetha CSE

134 21 11003167 Ch.Raga Mounika CSE

171 21 11003207 T.Ramyasri CSE

133 21 11005120 Maniraj.Svk ECM

145 21 11004282 G.Venkata Navya ECE

169 21 11007050 N.Venkatesh MECH

135 20 11003203 M.Sumaiya Parveen CSE

179 19 11004494 G.Lakshmi Pavani ECE

230 19 11006120 G.Kala Jyothi EEE

193 19 11006063 K.Sandeep Mohan Krishna EEE

176 19 11006062 K.S.Prajwal EEE

82 18 11003118 V.Akhila CSE

130 18 11003127 S.C.Sri Lekha CSE

142 18 11003182 B.Sai Shashank CSE

143 18 11006197 P.Aravind EEE

168 18 11007079 A.S.Revanth MECH

154 18 11005029 Karanam Manjunath CSE

209 18 10101338 Dhan Harsh Babu.S ECE

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152 18

180 17 10100969 P.Sampath Kumar ECE

177 17 11006005 J.Ashok Yadav EEE

172 16 11003347 K.Hemavasavi ECE

144 16 11006090 L.Venkata Rao EEE

146 16 11004278 M.Udaya Bhanu ECE

194 16 11006074 G.Srikanth EEE

167 16 11007093 Ch.Venkatesh MECH

232 16 10100604 Avs Sai Ram Prasad CSE

195 15 11006077 R.Srinivaslu EEE

231 13 10100310 Girish Kumar CSE

166 12 11007027 P.Jaya Prakash Reddy MECH

Total Number of participants: - 361

Kargil Vijay Diwas:

In connection with the 13th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas, KLUSO has organised a programme on 26th July, 2012 here in Peacock hall at our University from 3 pm in the evening.

The programme instigated with a welcome note. The hall is honoured by the presence of the chief guest Mr. Ake Ravi Krishna I.P.S, Guntur urban S.P and the guests of honour Dr. G.L Datta,

chancellor, Dr.R.Sri Hari Rao, vice chancellor and prof. K.Rangaiah, registrar. With the great fervour and the cherished patriotism MAYA club of KLUSO has come up with their poignant and adulating Documentaries and Short films. This was strike -a-nerve put up by MAYA. A brief presentation on retaliating kargil war was articulated by Seshu, coordinator of samskruthi club of KLUSO.

The chief guest Mr. Ake Ravi Krishna spoke about the present Army and Police scenario. An elucidate and informative content was delivered to the students by him. The interactive session with the audience was impressive. The audience were energetic and fervent throughout the session. Heavy posse of media covered the event and it was a grand success.

THE OUTSIDER

THE HOUSE BELIEVES THAT INDIA IS RIPE FOR REVOLUTION - DEBATE

What is this Event ?

The Outsider is a unique and hard-hitting debate series about India - conducted in India.

‘The Outsider’ is the first ever television show about India to be showcased on a global

television. Which gives an opportunity to the entire nation and Indians living across the

globe to sit-up, watch and participate in the series which will send a strong signal to the

Bureaucracy and Corporate India about issues that need to be tackled to ensure that the

country stays on-course with its growth map.”

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Each debate will have speakers arguing ‘for’ and ‘against’ the motion. Speakers will include politicians, business people and activists. The debate will be conducted in the presence of a live audience of around 200 people representing a mix of India’s best future minds and people from all walks of life. The audience, at the end of each debate, will vote ‘for’ or

‘against’ the motion.

The motion will then be thrown open in the viral world for people from all across the globe to post their vote to determine the majority sentiment for the motion. With a combination of Tim Sebastian, one of the leaders in his field, great topics, a young audience and

international viewers.

Why is this Event ?

Giving the youth of this country an opportunity to share their views with a global audience.

This programme will allow an international audience to hear what the future leaders of this country have to say.

What did I Learn ?

There is a lot to pack it up in the Bag of experience,

Basic Skills of debating and

The way one must develop the body language when you are speaking in front of a crowd

The polite way of defending ourselves

Logical answering

What to do and What not to do during a TV Shoot Here are a set of details of what happened during the Event

Training Session :

Trainee : Karishma

We were Trained to attend the TV shoot

A few cautions of what not to do during the shoot

Advices of what Exactly we need to come up with during the debate

Brain storming of Ideas regarding the Topic

The Debate :

Event Name : “THE OUTSIDER”

Topic : Is India Ripe f0r revolution ? Event Host : Tim Sebastian

The Panel : Aruna Roy(Activist ) , Mani Shankar (Politician)

Summary :

This whole session was a TV shoot of the debate on the topic “Is India Ripe for revolution”

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KRISHNASHTAMI

Janmashtami is the joyful celebration of Lord Krishna's birth. Major celebrations of Krishna Janmashtami takes place at midnight as Krishna is said to have made his divine appearance in that hour. Fasting, bhajans, pujas and many other rituals mark Janmashtami celebrations in India.

On the day of Krishnastami, our college has taken a forward step to preserve our Indian culture and its traditions by arranging a mock gathering at our campus

The event has been organized by the members of SAMSKRUTHI CLUB, KLUSO.

On the day of the event the mock gathering has been started by 3:00pm,and as by the time it being 4:00 pm PRAKRUTHI CLUB has organized the utti vutsav which is headed by the our beloved

CHANCELLOR,VICE-CHANCELLOR and KANCHANA LATHA madam along with our chief guest SRI.RAM MURARI PRABHU - president of Guntur, Vijayawada and Tenali , ISKON. He has delivered his speech in which it contained bajanas.

Along with SAMSKRUTHI CLUB and PRAKRUTHI CLUB, each club has contributed their hope to make this event a grand success

SWARAA CLUB has a troop of 9 members to perform with their songs,and from NARTHANA CLUB .Manjula and Sruthi has performed with their classical.

ABHINAYA CLUB (MIME) has done the celebrations work for the effective attraction of the students.

Anchoring has been handled by Vinod and Seshu of Anchoring council, KLUSO

Boys participated in this event by wearing our traditional dress. We are successful in bringing all the religions to a platform were we could exhibit our INDIAN culture. It has been a great job in handling a huge gathering over the utti vutsav by prakruthi club which drew 3000 KLUans and enthralled entire KLU. By 4:30 pm the event has come to an end with a formal vote of thanks.

INDEPENDENCE DAY:

External events council of KLUSO has organized the 66

th

Independence Day celebrations on August 15

th

2012 here at New seminar hall, KL University. Our Honourable Vice Chancellor presided over the session which started after the flag hoisting near the hall with parade from the ordinate members.

REPORT ON TREK TO ARAKU AND MAREDUMILlI:

AAROHANA CLUB, KLUSO once again extended its wings by conducting a 4 DAY TREK to serene hills and natural sceptic beauty of Araku and Maredumilli. The most awaited trek had its on journey on 31st August, 2012 at 11p.m from A.O office after Sri Koneru Raja Harin waving a flag as a sign of

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onset for the six buses. All the 240 students greeted Sri Koneru Raja Harin with a loud round of claps as a mark of gratitude.

By 4.00 am, the next day we all reached Rajahmundry and rooms were allotted to boys and girls respectively for refreshments including breakfast. By 7.00 am, we embarked on our journey to Maredumilli. Being a new place to most of the students, there was full length enthusiasm and excitement in everyone’s face adding to those new student companions next to their seats provided much more curiosity levels to know about each and other. The planning committee fulfilled their expectations to the fullest by fitting the best spots in and around Maredumilli in to the day’s plan which includes seetalapalli vagu, Bhupatipalem dam, trek to rampa water falls, jalataringini waterfalls. In the dinner, we included the “Bamboo Chicken” which is the most famous dish of Maredumilli. Students relished the taste of it to the full. Having finished dinner followed by a campfire in Maredumilli valley, we got back into buses to continue our voyage to Araku at 11 pm.

On 2nd September, 2012 at around 6 am, students reached the lodges allotted in the city of vizag to refresh and by 9.00 am students were in their respective buses after finishing their breakfast. From there we moved to Burra caves travelling by the ghat road of Araku, all the students were

spellbound by the beauty of Araku valley and the tunnels and for a minute thought that they were in a new abode. All the students stuck to their windows capturing every frame of the natural beauty in their camcorders. Having reached Burra caves, students had their lunch and visited one of the ancient caves in the world. Students got enchanted by such a natural architecture and hollowness of the caves.

The most striking feature for the entire trek is the campfire conducted by our students in the resorts of Araku valley; there was full flow of healthy entertainment and enjoyment after the dinner which included dancing, mimicry and singing. After campfire, students moved to their cottages for their night stay.

On the third Day, we started early from resorts after having breakfast for a 5km trek to Ranajilleda waterfalls, one of the spectacular spots in Araku valley for trekking. The 5km walk went on in a sportive mood where our students sang songs as a mark of “ANTAKSHARI” which filled enthusiasm in the whole group. Having reached to the waterfall early, students had plenty amount of time to enjoy the chill flow of water which reactivated the nervous system. After coming back from the

Ranajilleda, students had their lunch in the resorts. From there we moved to “CHAPARAI”, a

smacking natural water slide. Students were at ultimate levels of fun and enjoyment sliding through the water flow again and again which took them backs their childhood times.

At around 6 pm, we got back onto our return journey through the ghat road during which we stopped at a place in the midst of the forest where we had dinner which brought the feel of having

“Vanabhojanam”, a different feel for each and every student.

On the whole, all the students were at utmost satisfaction and enjoyment during the entire trek.

This trek gave them a good chance to interact with all the streams of students and make new friends. It brought the inner message of essence of having teamwork to have a successful event performed. Students started to walk down their memory lane of the past three days and recap the sweet memories and moments they spent along with their friends and one can clearly observe that they are eagerly awaiting another such kind of trek in near future.

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By 10 am on 4th september, 2012 all the buses were at benz circle and all the students returned to their homes marking their comeback to routine lifestyle.

Teachers’ day:

As KLUSO survives on the spine of Indian culture & tradition, we here believe with our determined hearts that “GURU- Teacher plays an important and vital role in structuring a student’s life and career.

Hence KLUSO with its earnest endeavours has risen up for the colourful celebrations of Teachers’

day on September 5th, 2012 commemorating the birth anniversary of Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

“Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one to ask why.

Likely on the eve of teachers’ day millions wish a teacher but KLUSO was here to make them feel it with the early morning and first wishes pondering on them by fragrant flowers and heartfelt greetings dipped in honey-filled toffees which made them sweeter and happier. Every teaching and non-teaching faculty were honoured with a greeting designed by the Designing council of KLUSO which was presented at the vividly decorated road leading to FED block.

NRITHYA’12:

Dance was the only word that prevailed in the thoughts of every KLUan when the Narthana club of KLUSO has raised curtains for the event NRITHYA-12 on 29th & 30th of August 2012. The event was organized from 1.30 to 5.00 P.M at New Seminar hall. The hall felt the presence of 700 students while 50 participants gave enthralling performances. The idea was initiated by M. Praveen, one of the coordinators of Natrhana club. The event was sponsored by e-city & Dolphin detergents.

The Organizers for the event are:

 M.Praveen (09101543)

 Santosh

 Veerendra

 Manjula

There were several fields where prizes were announced.

Best Solo Performance:

Male 1: Hamid

Male 2: D.Rohith & Anish

Female 1: K.V.Sruthi

Female 2: Manasa

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Group Performances:

Men’s First: Born Fire group

Women’s First: Manjula and group

Best Expression: B.Swetha

New movement: Thrilokya Nandan

PARIVARTHAN’12:

Every part of the country is striving to feel the presence of cleanliness, but KLUSO took the igniting step to make the university neat & tidy. Prakruthi club of KLUSO on August 26th, 2012 with their 30 organizers took the oath of cleaning up the campus and endeavoured in making it a huge success.

Principal College of Engineering, KL University inaugurated this spirit binding event. Every organizer worked with their extreme potential and reached their goal “no scrap anymore”. Banners which are reused are placed with many eye-opening eco-friendly quotes at different places in our university.

KLUSO has yet again made the campus feel its presence with this thought stimulating event. Student activity stick boards with available scraps are made by the students of hobby club of KLUSO. Social responsibility is sternly instigated into the minds of both students and faculty with this

“PARIVARTHAN-12” by Prakruthi club of KLUSO which won huge applause from all the top desks in KLU.

ACTIVITY TIMETABLE:

Here at SAC [Student Activity Centre] there is a schedule for the progress of activities of various clubs in KLUSO based on the seven days in a week.

The schedule is as listed below:

S.No Day Club

1. Monday Vachas

2. Tuesday Hobby

3. Wednesday Yantrana

4. Thursday Samskruthi

5. Friday Maya

6. Saturday Abhinaya

Given below are the drafts of two vachas activities in this semester:

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VACHAS ACTIVITY-1

BUILD YOUR TEAM

TRANSCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY:

Date: 23-08-12, Venue: C 108

Time : 5:15PM – 6:15 PM

“BUILD YOUR TEAM “is the activity Organised by “VACHAS” has not only extended its hand to build team spirit in everyone, But also raised Enthusiasm and inbuilt passion in everyone ,

*This is the first time that everyone were completely involved till the end BUILD YOUR TEAM went in few phases...

NAME YOUR TEAM:

a) A time span of 3 minutes is given to teams A, B, C, D to come with an name. This is the chance to check ones spontaneity and coping with team in that stipulated time... Another enthralling thing is

1.) TEAM ‘A ‘came with name CHAMELEON 2.) TEAM ‘B’ came with a name DAY DREAMERS 3.) TEAM ’C’ Came up with a name AVENTADORS 4) TEAM ‘D’ came with a name TREND SETTERS.

WAR CRY for Each TEAM:

b.) A span of 2 minutes is given to team again here is the check to ones creativity and maintaining rappo among team members...Each TEAM came with a fascinating tag line

SHORT PONDER:

c.) Topic given is “How many of concur with a tip ,Are really women in India still catching up with Men (or) they had already Reached the standards of men in all Aspects “

Here Every team is divided amongst themselves in two groups as members who are For the motion and Againist,and there from the group of For one should represent the team.. And from the group of Against One should disprove the point...

Time elapsed for it is 3 min...And voice of individual perspective spoke up, giving chance to everyone to come up with their own facts.

CHALLENGE YOUR OPPOSITION:

d.) Here it is to check the elegance of Each team , they should query next Team in a logical way and goes on , Although the answers need not be professional it is all about the spontaneity and creativity

RESULT DECLARATION:

e.) Marks are allotted based on the criteria... ‘TRENDSETTERS’ (Team D) finally came out on top , They were surprised, it took a few seconds to recover from that bolt from the Blue

The activity was winded up with a single note..

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.”WHEN YOU GO FAR WITH YOURSELF YOU WILL BE INCREMENTALLY BETTER BUT WHEN U GO WITH A TEAM YOU WOULD BE EXPONENTIALLY BETTER”

VACHAS ACTIVITY II

"HIT ON YOUR OPPONENT”

Time: 5:15PM - 6:30PM Venue C109

* All the teams were to plan and divide amongst themselves into different committees of Vachas club in a max time span of 5 min (quickest team will score a 10 and then the next team will have 9 87 respectively) - 10 Min

* Narrating a crazy incident of their life , One voice from each team ( We aim to see that the organisers would come of the shell to

showcase their talent and warm up for the activity 3 min planning and 1 min for presentation) - 10 Min

* Tongue twisters time, where every team get a change to hit their opponent down with a tricky twister with the Best team scoring the Max points (the motto behind this is to increase more interaction between the organisers) - 10 Min

* War of words: The house believed that students deserve a break from their hectic schedule, the team hit on each other with words. - 15 Min

* War Cry time: where the team shout their tag lines to build up their spirit during the activity

* Teams are asked to come up with 3 names in which two will come up with articles and 1 drafter for each team for the Second edition of VOV

* Crush story time: Where the members of the teams are going to decide who has got the best crush story and come up with it on the Dias, it was real fun (we aim to kick away the fear of shyness being a member of Vachas , we need to set the standards high and show what it is to be a Vachas member to be able to speak anything in the public)

* Discussion regarding the controversial theme of 3rd VOV edition where the coordinators were shocked seeing the response in favour of the Theme especially from the gender F

* Team Chameleon and Team Aventadors came out on top sharing the First place in today's activity where the competition went neck to

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neck

* Team Work and competitive spirits looked pretty high amongst the organisers

Maya club Activities:

Selections of organisers:

People with intense and passion from all over KLU was brought under common roof and all likeminded KLUans were filtered through selections with around twenty people have been successfully qualified for being part of the most prestigious club in KLU and they were given appointment letters to make them feel that they are being a part of a club.

Meetings:

Every week we have a meet and assign the role to the members, on the first day we explained them the mission and vision of maya club to the upcoming bright minds of the club and next meet we try to council them, understand their difficulties and teach them the ethics and tactics to solve the problem.

Events conducted:

To be so called fighters has to raise the standards and skills so we had conducted internal completions of documentation and we had exponential raised the standards of students of the events like kargil divas ,teachers day ,alumni meet , independence day, Krishnastami.

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Below given is the list of short movies and documentaries created by Maya club where the acting part is by Abhinaya club till date:

SNO. MOVIE NAME DIRECTOR NAME Status

1 MY LITTLE FAULT M.PRITHI

2 AIM OF AIMLESS VALLI SYED

3 MAGIC OF WE RAYALA VENKAT

4 AKANSHA AKRAM FIAZ

5 QESTION MARK RAYALA VENKAT

6 3>1 AKRAM FIAZ

7 LIVING GHOST NARESH.G

8 TH NA BRATUKU ABHISHEK.P

9 MISTAKE SRINU.RAVELLA

10 ITS NOT WORKING ANY MORE VALLI SYED

11 VISITOR NARESH.G

12 FACE OF INDIA SHANTHI PRIYA

13 KOLAVARI FUNNY VAMSI KRISHNA.K

14 TIME PASS M.PRAVEEN

15 PUMKIN ADD VAMSI KRISHNA.K

16 EDUCATION IS MY DREAM NARESH.G

17 LOVE GRADUATES CH.SANTHI PRIYA

18 BISCULT ADD SYED KAJA VALLI

19 KL UTH PRADEEP

20 MANA DESAM

21 TRUE FRIEND NARESH.G

22 LOVE US LIFE PANINI SAI

23 PAPERS MEMORIES NARESH.G

24 VOTE BY NARESH NARESH.G

25 INDIANS KAZA NIZAMUDDIN

26 A CHANGE HEMANTH KOGANTI

27 BELIEF HEMANTH KOGANTI

28 DREAMS HEMANTH KOGANTI

29 HOSTELERS SIVA KUMAR

30 A MINUTE GOPICHAND NELLURI to be released

31 KEECHAKULU SRINU.RAVELLA to be released

32 DREAM GIRL G.NARESH

33 EE NALUGURU GOPICHAND NELLURI to be released

34 PSYCHO GOPICHAND NELLURI to be released

35 FOR A CHANGE HARISH AMPOLU

36 MANI+SHE=MANISHE to be released

37 LIFE SAI PAVAN to be released

38 BUSILESS MAN HARISH AMPOLU to be released

39 PARISHA T.SRINIVAS

40 I-ME-MYSELF M.PAVAN KUMAR

41 MUZIKKK

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42 I LOVE MY SELF M.DIMPLE CHOWDARY

43 I LOVE MY SON PRAKASH

44 AKANSHA N.JAYANTH

45 VODAPHONE SANDEEP

46 GAME

47 TREASURE HUNT

48 SYMFUNNY OF LIFE MANESH

49 STUDENT S.SUMANTH REDDY,D.SAI CHAITANYA

50 MY LOVE STORY S.RAGHU RAM

51 TREASURE M.PAVAN KUMAR

52 AAKANSHA AKRAM FIAZ

53 KINDNESS KEEPS WORLD AFLOT ABHISHEK SAHU

54 ANJANA(IT'S A FEEL) RAHUL to be released

55 2RUE FRIEND NARESH.G to be released

56 OUR MOVIE RAYALA VENKAT

57 JEVETAM(NO ONE CAN CHANGE IT) SAI PAVAN to be released

Activities of Hobby club:

Hobby club of KLUSO is the most active element in student outreach. The Coordinator along with his organizer team is involved in the model making, painting banners & posters, entire campus make over for the first ever exclusive robot festival YANTRIK’12 here at KL University. It won many accolades from the Convenor Dr.A.Srinath for their creative endeavours.

Hobby club plays the major and prime role in every event that is being conducted in KLUSO as it takes the part of Making Rangoli, painting portraits & banners, model making burning all the midnight oil.

Activities of Samskrithi club:

The organizers of Samskrithi club are involved in publishing several research documents that caters the needs of revolutionizing Indian culture & heritage through which it survives in maintaining its vision of aspiring UNESCO status.

Following are the Research Documents prepared till date:

1. A Document on Local heritage in Krishna district 2. A Document on Sun Temple, Konark

3. A Document on temples of Tamilnadu

Samskrithi club has also worked on representation of E3 theme chosen for SAMYAK’12.

E3 says

Ethics- Morality is our Science Ethos- Our Ideas are Inquisitive

Etiquettes- Indians by feel, Indians by thought & Indians at action.

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Kavisekhara’12:

Abhinaya club, KLUSO has organized the event named KAVISEKHARA`12, an intra college spot acting competition, on the eve of the 150th birthday of Sri GUAJADA VENKATA APPARAO PANTHULU(1862- 1915) on 21st September.

Moto of the event:

To create awareness among the students about Sri Gurajada Venkata Apparao garu who was a great writer, social reformer, philosopher and to encourage the students in improving their acting skills.

By 2:30pm in Sunflower hall the event had been started. 30 students from different departments were participated actively. For this event our honourable chancellor Sri G.L.Datta, Student affairs Dean Dr.K.R.K.Prasad and Dr.K.Manikyeswara rao,co-ordinator,WWC had given their valuable presence as chief guests. Mr.G.R.K.Prasad, Asst.Proof,ECEdept was the judge. The event was organized under the guidance of Mr.V.G.Krishna Murthy, dramatics trainer. As the beginning our respected dignitaries garlanded the portrait of Gurajada and spoke about his greatness and service towards telugu literature.

After that each participant was supposed to take a slip in which a situation had been written and should act according to it. Acting skills, expressions etc., were taken into consideration and the winners were announced at the end.

Winners:

1st prize: V. Sri Vathsa, CSE II/IV 2nd prize: B.Rahul, CSE II/IV 3rd prize: M.Gayatri, ECE II/IV

Abhinaya club co-ordinator G.Sri Teja, Organisers M.V.Sri Seshu, P.V.Naveen sai and others took their active roles in Kavisekhara`12.

The event was concluded by the vote of thanks by 5:00pm.

Vihang’12:

Yantrana club, KLUSO in association with Aerotrix organized the following workshops:

 Ornithopter design, fabrication and flying on 13th September, 2012

 R.C. Plane design, fabrication and flying on 14th & 15th September, 2012

Ornithopter:

The Ornithopter workshop is organized in association with Aerotrix and Ornithopter zone, USA. 99 students attended Ornithopter workshop which was visited by the Dr.A.Anand Kumar, Principal-

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KLUCE, Dr.R.Sri Hari Rao, Vice-chancellor-KLU and Dr.K.R.K.Prasad, Dean-Student affairs at the inaugural session.

R.C.Plane:

This is a 2-day workshop in which all the participants were curiously involved in fabricating the miniature R.C. planes. They have fabricated 34 of them from scratch. They were elated in making their planes take a flight all around the open air theatre which took their innovation and zeal to the utmost skies.

Dr.N.Rangaih, Registrar-KLU, Dr.K.R.K.Prasad, Dean-Student affairs, have attended the flying session and had showered laurels on all the participants.

There was a one day extension for the workshop due to light failure and every fabricated plane was made to fly.

Participants from SRM University, Aditya Engineering College, Siddartha Engineering College have attended the workshop.

The event ended on a high note with our honorable chancellor Dr.G.L.Dutta presiding on the valedictory session.

SAMYAK12:

We are thoroughly happy to announce the biggest ever happened fest in the history of Andhra Pradesh with a foot fall of nearly 15000+ students from 300 colleges all over India which started on 5th October, 2012 with the inaugural session visited by eminent personalities such as Suchitra K Ella [Chair CII-AP], D. Amar [General Secretary, Indian journalists Union] and has won many laurels for its igniting start.

In total there were 140+ events organized touching all disciplines of Engineering, literary and spot.

Furthermore 16 workshops were held that drew huge participation of 3,500 students and speakers from 5 different companies which included Robotics core school, Embedd Hut, Virscent

Technologies, Robo Genises etc. There were around 4435 members involved in presenting papers from all the departments

The campus was beautified and was made a self-explanatory by the hand-made sign boards depicting the theme E3-Ethics, Ethos, Etiquettes by the creative arts committee which could reduce glitches and confusion among all the participants regarding events and their venues.

Nights on both the days were brightly lit with the sparkling cultural nights ?an entertainment serenade.

On the whole the event ended up with the valedictory session presided over by Koneru

Satyanarayana [President-KLEF] and prizes worth 1 million were presented to the winners by the guests A. Srinivas [G.M-H.P] & M. Naryana Rao [CMD-Midhani].

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Sir we strive for success and endeavour forever in bringing pride to our and only our KLU.

THANKING YOU

P.S.K.Rakesh General Secretary

Drafting and Archiving Council,

KLUSO.

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