When we shut off our internal mind–talk and concentrate our attention through prayer, meditation or contemplation, we tune ourselves into this subtle, spiritual, quantum-level energy matrix. When this energy is allowed to transfer to our DNA (without interruption from negative attitude), it affects the molecular and cellular levels that derive all our physical metabolic processes. This is why we have ability to heal ourselves through prayer, meditation or conscious intention.
Sagar Group of Institutions® (SISTec) has adopted this habit being practised by our holy saints and legends of all religions which help to keep themselves calm, cheerful, away from physical and mental stress by conducting Morning Prayer.
This habit is inculcated into our teachers, staff and students resulting into a positive attitude towards learning, working and every walk of their life.
Prof Ajit Kumar Shrivastava
Sagar Group of Institutions® (SGIs) zests towards creating mindfully creative individuals who can contribute to the development of human community. As a part of this zeal, the group intends to promote entrepreneurial nerve in the budding scholars and involve in research and development through constructive partnership with the industry titans. The institutes also endeavour to develop individuals with scientific temperament through active participation of faculty and student interactions of B.Tech and M. Tech. SISTec in the coming years aims at bringing revolutionary changes in the field of technical education, so that it embraces itself as one of the top engineering colleges in India. Sagar Institute of Science & Technology (SISTec) has bagged the award of The Most Innovative College Award 2018 -North Zone. In 2018, Sagar Group of Institutions-SISTec has been selected for establishing Institution Innovation Council (IIC) at its premises by MHRD, Govt. of India.