What does one love the most about BVRIT???
Obviously “The CAMPUS”
My BVRIT journey began like this…
As soon as my EAMCET results were out, many of my friends and family members asked me to check for BVRIT. I was surprised and wondered as to what made BVRIT so different from many other engineering colleges. And the day came, when I really understood what those people meant when they suggested this college. I woke up as usual at 7:00 am and my parents said “HURRY UP! LETS MAKE A VISIT TO BVRIT”. I also felt “OK, LET ME SEE WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THIS COLLEGE?”.
We were travelling- travelling, and still travelling and it ended up after a one and half hour journey. The journey was almost 50 km long and I felt annoyed, but after entering BVRIT, giving a glance at the campus, I felt great!!!
After envisaging BVRIT I found out that inspite of the long journey, it has many benefits like it is away from pollution, noise and disruption with a pleasant atmosphere and the greenery all around. I also realised while travelling we can revise and discuss lectures with our friends and talk about many experiences and tips. Lastly, this is funny, but true we can have a short nap which makes us feel fresh in our classes. As I already made a visit to 2 to 3 other engineering colleges , I was also able to differentiate between those colleges and BVRIT.
As I was admiring the eminently impressive 120 acre huge green campus, I could see what this place has in store for me. I visited the three building blocks namely the main block, the Visvesvaraya block and the Arya Bhatta block. I met my seniors and I enquired about the college. To my surprise, all of them told me that they are extremely happy and they were getting so many opportunities to learn with the help of well versed faculty and the resources made available at the college. I even spoke to the hostellers and they said they were really feeling at home. I then visited three food canteens, Yeah!!! that is where I really felt thankful to BVRIT 😛 😛 Later we went to the lotus pond view. It was really astonishing watching the temple of Lord Ganesh with an amazing lotus pond ahead of it. All of a sudden I heard students talking about “boating”… I felt Boating? What? Where? Then students over there told us that there is a boating club in BVRIT, at that moment I felt surprised and by enquiring about it, I had a look at the boating club also. This is how I blissfully ended up the day on my first visit to BVRIT…”And today I am proud to be a BVRITian!!!”