The STIC Dinner or “Student-Teacher Interaction Dinner” is an event conducted annually for the first-year students. With music and dinner to accompany them, the students get a great opportunity to freely converse with their professors and get more familiar with them. This endeavor is to bridge the student-teacher gap and to encourage friendly bonding between the two.
STIC dinner was conceptualized with the belief that for an efficient learning experience, both parties, students and teachers must freely express their feedback of one another. In lecture halls, due to a large number of students in one class never really allows free interaction to take place. However, this is made possible at the STIC dinner!
The STIC dinner is a two-day event. The first day is graced by students belonging to groups 1-20 and their respective professors. The second day is for students belonging to groups 21-40 and their professors. To ensure the event activities are conducted smoothly, we have put in place a per-student pass system.