Right Angle Of The Clock
Time is the chisel that sculpts every stone. Every idea is valuable, but the right angle of time determines the durability of the idea, thereby characterizing it as either productive or otherwise. The right angle is not merely a mathematical calque of Latin "angulus rectus", meaning "upright"; but a symbol of both precision and perfection. From Pythagoras to Thales, everyone has strengthened the theory of a right angle. Time is the entity that serves as the fourth dimension of space. It is an illusion created by the mind to aid in our sense of temporal presence in the vast ocean of space. However, for better or worse, one cannot change the past. One can only look forward and act in a manner that will set the course for a better future. They always say, time changes things, but in reality it is us who bring about vast transformations. The clock is ticking, the hours are passing by, the past increases, the future recedes and thus, possibilities continue to decrease. Through our theme- “Right Angle Of The Clock”, we tell you that it is never too early or too late to be whoever you want to be. We hail the strength of people who enacted to the vision behind their ideas in the right time. In 24 hours, a clock turns to 90 degree for exactly 44 times.With this, we only mean to substantiate the fact that life gives us a lot of opportunities and only those who are able to mould their ideas into action at the right angle of clock spread the radiance of their efforts in this competent and varying world.
With perseverance, consistency and determination, we can make the hardest of times our own and even the most difficult of ventures a pleasant endeavour. History has stood witness to a wide array of people who didn’t wait for the perfect clock alignment but stood up and rewrote history on their own. Be it Charles Bukowski, who for most part of his life was a alcoholic, but rose to the stature of a great novelist by sheer perseverance; or someone like Ansel Adams who didn’t wait for the perfect photograph. Mark Zuckerberg was 20 when he founded Facebook and went on to become the youngest billionaire. Sir Richard Branson was 42 when he achieved the same milestone. At TEDxKIITUniversity, we firmly believe that it is imperative for the adolescents of Generation Z to be able to think on their feet and not get caught up in a realm comprising of what-ifs and should-haves. We must put our best foot forward ornamented with consistent efforts and knowledge in the right time to create a positive impact within our fraternity. Through “Right Angle Of The Clock”, we advocate the fact that we must be responsible enough for our actions and not propagate nihilism by waiting for things to happen. Instead, we must be quick and responsive and be able to tackle whatever befalls without deliberate excuses.
Energy Never Dies (E.N.D.)
Human spirit is the quintessential blend of organic nucleus of transcendental matter, which in its core integrates and summarizes the elements or types that are persistent and immortal and have evolved, acquiring in the medium of rigorous experience, all the properties and attributes that contribute to the conscience. Such inexhaustible spirit is the result of tireless efforts over the years that carry the baton forward, thereby immortalising our ancestors.
The energy of the mind is the essence of life - it is seamless, with no beginning and no end, something that cannot be suppressed under any circumstances - our thought initiates it, our emotion amplifies it and our action magnifies its momentum. “Energy Never Dies” advocates that though transitory, human efforts are not perishable. The third edition of TEDxKIITUniversity was graced by acclaimed personalities like Lt. Gen. D. S. Hooda- the mastermind behind the Surgical Strikes of September, 2016 in India; Mr. Ashwani Kumar Upadhyay- the father of Caterpillar Trains and Mr. Aakash Gaurav- India’s first blockchain entrepreneur. We to establish that human energy is in proportion to the number of hindrances it is subjected to, which renders it quite incapable of perishing.
Butterfly Effect-The Biggest Small Change
Great changes do not happen in the blink of an eye. If we ponder upon this notion, we can understand that many monumental events that have redefined the norms of this world had in fact, been a series of small occurrences. The theory behind the significance of minute occurrences in the anticipation of colossal events is explained by ‘the butterfly effect’, which suggests the possible onset of a tornado in Texas, as predicted from the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil.
In the year 2017, we traced the footsteps of small, yet significant changes and focussed upon the immensity of the impact they can lead up to. The biggest small change begins when we harness every trace of energy residing inside us, to take that small step or a blind leap of faith. The moment that defines the rest of our journey is the one in which we decided to seize it, foregoing our fears and doubts. The second edition of TEDxKIITUniversity had the proud privilege of witnessing talks from the likes of Acharya Laxmi Narayan Tripathi - the first transgender to have represented Asia Pacific in the UN; and Mr. K Vaitheeswaran – the founder of India’s first E-Commerce Website - IndiaPlaza.com. With the realisation that all great things take place by gradual increments, last fall, we aimed at acknowledging the importance of seizing the moment.
Think,Rise,Inspire beyond Excellence( T.R.I.B.E )
We belong to different cultures and diverged ethnic societies; through our imaginations, we unite by withholding our common and profound insight for possessing knowledge and spreading the same. With great efforts through all innovative ideas and common but fascinating ability to THINK, we motivate people around us to RISE and create the desired future from their hard work; hence propel other unique individuals to get INSPIRE and achieve success BEYOND EXCELLENCE.
In our maiden version of the conference, we stressed upon the collective consciousness of the human society and invited speakers such as Mr. Deepu Sebastian Edmond, the journalist whose work inspired the movie ‘Aligarh’ – a biographical drama depicting the sexual identity of a professor, and Mr. Uddhab Bharali – the renowned serial innovator of more than 100 projects; to inspire our young attendees through their words.