Deemed as an institute of national importance, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, is one of the country's most honourable and distinguished educational Universities. It was founded and established by the visionary industrialist B.M. Birla over more than six decades ago, and has been creating waves of success ever since. The massive 850 acre campus has been home to diverse cultures, multitudinous talent, and inspiring leaders.

BIT Mesra has not only produced some of the finest technocrats in the country, but has also churned out winners in professions as diverse as music, art, and literature. Our annual cultural extravaganza, BITOTSAV, is an affluent celebration of the rich cultural heritage that resides in our country and an attempt to revel in the euphoric essence of India's cultural potency. BITOTSAV has a plethora of events to realize its cause of bringing students from all spheres and from all places, together, to enjoy culture while supporting something of societal importance. As the grandeur of BITOTSAV keeps on growing, this year's BITOTSAV is set to be majestic: bigger and better than ever before. With enthralling events, mesmerizing nights, enticing performances by prominent celebrities, and a whole lot of dance and music, we welcome you to BITOTSAV’20.


"In a world of diminishing mystery, the unknown persists."

— Jhumpa Lahiri

From the land of enigmatic mysteries since time immemorial, humans have made a staggering attempt to delve deeper into the crevices of the brain. Pouring over literature that told of ghost ships, of planes disappearing forever, of instruments going haywire, we’ve reveled in the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle for a long time now. However, despite the glow from the recent advances in science working hard to debunk the reason behind every riddle, we still find ourselves squinting in the dark. While the Kirti Stambha has baffled us with its concept of rust-resistant iron way before industrial revolution in the western civilization, we’ve witnessed the cryptic beast dwelling in the daunting depths of Loch Ness in Scotland. Even as we’ve reasoned from the dark matter to the multiverse, history, though full of lessons, has bewildered us with the sudden decline of the Indus valley civilization. But amidst all the lingering uncertainties about the millennial old enigmas, we’ve emerged into a period where the Illuminati still does the round in discussion circles and has people on tenterhooks and where modern pagans still celebrate significant points in the natural solar year like equinoxes, solstices, May day and Halloween. From studying neurobiological processes to the elegant collision of hadrons, we’ve caved further into a world in which truth is stranger than fiction. Thus, mystery, celebrating the diversity of cultures, traditions, science and technology has made its impact on the human civilization through the relentless efforts of people.

Crawling its way through the most scintillating combination of fantasy and inscrutable depictions of reality, BITOTSAV’20, through the theme- “Carnival of Conundrums”, celebrates the endless endeavor of mankind to pursue meaning and hopelessly seek mystery in order to unravel them. Through this abstract yet vivid theme, we have tried to broaden our scope and bring in a blend of folklore, festivities and fantasies into play.


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Online Campaign

Wonders of Wildlife

Wildlife welfare or conservation is the practice of protecting wild species and their habitats in order to prevent species from going extinct. Each of the species has its own essential role in maintaining the balanced ecosystem of the earth. Even if, just one of them is rendered extinct, it can have significant cascading effects throughout the rest of the chain. Through rampant poaching, illegal and uncontrolled hunting, water pollution, habitat destruction, illegal wildlife trade, irresponsible tourism and lack of awareness, humans are at the forefront of sabotaging the wildlife. The under-reporting of such events adds to the cause of worry and thus fuels the unawareness. Through Bitotsav’20, we endeavour to develop a sense of awareness and to come together and help fight the threats posed to the wildlife and lead ways to its conservation and healthy development. Our online campaign, ‘Wonders of Wildlife’ is a direct way to forge the welfare of the environment where we live in.

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Social Cause

क्षुधा और अन्न

आज दुनिया में कुपोषण के जो हालात देखने को मिल रहे हैं उसका सीधा अर्थ यही है कि प्राणियों को अन्न की पूर्ति पर्याप्त मात्रा में नहीं हो रही है।भारत जैसे कृषि प्रधान देश में भी सब के लिए पर्याप्त भोजन का प्रबंध नहीं हो रहा है। जलवायु परिवर्तन,भोजन अपव्यय, खाद्य योजनाओं की विफलता और संचय प्रवृत्ति के कारण कई लोगों तक उनकी ज़रूरत का खाद्यान्न नहीं पहुँच पाता I ज़रूरी वस्तुओं के दाम बेतहाशा बढ़ जाते हैं जिसका खामियाज़ा गरीब लोगों को भुगतना पड़ता है। इसका प्रभाव गरीब घर के शिशुओं पर घोर रूप से पड़ता है और वे कुपोषण का शिकार होते है I आने वाली पीढ़ी की अच्छी सेहत देश के विकास के लिए महत्वपूर्ण है I देश में ऐसे भी कुछ घर और संस्थान हैं जहाँ खाना खूब बर्बाद होता है और फेंक भी दिया जाता है I भूखमारी और कुपोषण की इस समस्या का हल निकालने के लिए ये बहुत ज़रूरी है की हम अन्न की अहमियत को जाने और उसकी बर्बादी पर रोक लगाएँ I इसी कड़ी में बिटोत्सव'20 पेश करता है अपने सामाजिक उत्कृष्ट को- "क्षुधा और अन्न"। क्षुधा और अन्न, साधारण भाषा में कहें तो इसका अर्थ है भूख और भोजन।

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Social Campaign

Plague of Plastic

Plastic, the synthetic monstrous invention, has both benefitted the world and harmed the environment. While plastics, being supple and reusable, have reduced the usage of paper bags, thus reducing the exploitation of the environment, the lack of a proper disposal system has irreparably damaged the environment. Unlike biodegradable wastes, plastics, on weathering break down into smaller pieces of plastics. Plastics, which were once a boon to mankind, have now become a dangerous plague upon the environment. From the Arctic to Antartica, the Plague of Plastic has been abysmal. BITOTSAV'20, in its new edition, strives to bring about awareness among the people about the problems caused by the immense amount of Plastic waste. With the Social Campaign, "Plague of Plastic", Team BITOTSAV encourages the proper management of plastic wastes and endeavours to instil the importance of the three Rs- Reduce, Reduce, Recycle.


BITOTSAV’19 witnessed a participation of over 15,000 people from every corner of our country. With over 800 alumni, professors and their associates comprising corporates, entrepreneurs and professionals participating, BITOTSAV’19 was the one of the biggest fest of its kind in India.












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