A mix of knowledge and entertainment
Students of JNTU Hyderabad at their annual festival ‘Spoorthi’. –Photo: by arrangement
Spoorthi – the national Techno-Cultural symposium conducted by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, JNTU Hyderabad, was a felicitous mix of fun, frolic, entertainment and academics that attracted large number of students offering them a platform to compete with their peers in a number of events.
The fest tested students’ knowledge in the Electronics and Communication Engineering domains and events like Matlab, Circuit simulation, Digi Logics, C coding, paper presentation, technical and business quiz and projects among others.
Students came up with innovative ideas in projects and the technocrats proved that they were no way inferior to others in cultural and entertainment events.
The guest lectures by eminent personalities from the industry added the academic value.
Students also showcased their skills in movie-making.
GITAM School of International Business is organising a business quiz for college students of Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, and Guntur districts, between January 6 and 31.
The quiz is meant to promote awareness among undergraduate students about business in general and international business in particular, according to a press release from the GISB.
The quiz will be conducted in two rounds. The first round will be held at various colleges and institutions to select five winners. The second round is the grand finale to be held on GITAM campus on February 7.
The first, second, and third prize winners of the final will be presented with cash awards, merit certificates, and citations. The first round winners will receive participation certificates.
The quiz programmes at the college level and the grand finale level will be organised by personality trainer and business consultant Winny Patro.
Students of engineering, pharmacy, business, and degree colleges in the seven districts are eligible to participate.