You know you are working for a fest when your diary pages are scribbled with events and plans, when the Colornote app has infinite To-do’s, when your phone just does not stop ringing and when a biscuit or coffee offered by someone makes you say ‘aaj tu bhagwan ki tarah aaya!’ Welcome to NIT, Rourkela; welcome to INNOVISION’14! It has always proven to be the best way to “Innovate. Inspire. Ignite.”
Being an organizer is never easy; given that, when it comes to a national level event, you have to face the crunch. Your biological clock gets so confused that it prefers to go into hibernation and your profs dare not ask you why are you not submitting the assignments on time. During classes, you seem to note down the topic essentials when you are actually jolting down memos. From thinking out of the box to running in your own two shoes, INNOVISION’14 has made to do it all.
Just a day before the fest, I am jittery, yet confident as to how the fest will be. The institute is already engulfed in the festive mood and taking the shape of a grand happening arena. This is for all who have plans of sitting in their rooms and play CS or watch TV Series-we have both of these lined up for you. Come out of your rooms, meet the whooping student populace of 800 (being the lower limit) from different institutes of the country; share your ideas, compete for the top spot, dance like no one is watching and enjoy bonfire with your loved ones in the cozy winter of Rourkela. A toast for the entire Non-NITians - we are going to party hard together!
Come, join us! Drag the others with you, too!
"... there is nothing more difficult to arrange, more doubtful of success,more dangerous to carry through than initiating changes...
The innovator makes enemies of all those who prosper under the old order,
and only lukewarm support is forthcoming from those who would prosper under the new."
-Nicolas Machiaveli, The Prince, 1513