During sixties, the Institute picked a song to call of its own - an incantation translated from the Bengali, its original credited to Rabindranath Tagore. The song is devotional in nature, in it the worshipper asks the 'Infinite One' to grant them, among other virtures, enlightenment, diligence, and fearlessness: arguably the prime ingredients of the academic spirit. The reproductions here are in the Devanagiri and in its transliterated form.
Antar mama viksit kar Antaratar hey Nirmal kar, ujjawal kar Sundar Kar hey Jagrat kar, Udyat kar Nirbhay kar hey Mangal kar, niralas kar Nihsanshay kar hey Yukt kar hey sabke sang mein Mukt kar hey bandh Sanchar kar sakal karm mein Shaant tumhara chhand Charan-kamal se mera man Nispandit kar hey, Nandit kar Nandit Kar Nandit kar hey
Listen to the Song below.