Freshers orientation is an event that NBSXC organizes every to introduce new students to a NBSXC. The orientation is typically held before the start of the academic year, and its purpose is to help new students feel comfortable, welcome, and informed about the institution they will be attending.
During a typical freshers orientation, new students may participate in activities such as campus tours, information sessions on academic programs and services, social events, and workshops on topics such as time management, study skills, and academic expectations. These events can help new students meet fellow students, become familiar with the campus and its resources, and develop a sense of belonging and connection to the institution.
Freshers orientation can also help new students navigate the challenges of adjusting to a new environment, such as dealing with homesickness, managing academic demands, and learning to live independently. Overall, the goal of freshers orientation is to support new students in their transition to college or university life and set them up for success in their academic and personal goals.