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Sunday, October 28, 2012 3:04:09 PM (IST)  

Karkala: Technidarshan - 12 Inaugurated at Nitte Engineering College

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Karkala, Oct 28: A three-day national-level technical fest, Tech Nidarshan -12 with a theme ‘invent, recycle, rejoice’ at NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte was inaugurated on Sunday October 28 in Nitte campus by Gopikrishnan  Konnanath, Centre Head, Infosys Mangalore.

In his inaugural speech, he said “1990 was the era of coding and decoding programms using computers and now it is the era of internet and mobile technology.” The future technology might include converting capital into an operational expenditure to save the cost and improve the quality, augmented reality, concept of perceptional computing and the concept of 3D printing, he added.

Addressing the huge crowd of students he said to play with acts; create act to trigger innovation and harvest creativity  in the global scenario, he added.

The  principal  of the institute Dr Niranjan N Chiplunkar in his presidential speech said, “Everybody is good at something and excel yourself in which you are good in by making use of the opportunity”.

“If one looks at the changes happening, those were the days our class rooms were chalk and talk type but now they are click and look type.Those were the days if you invent something immediately it has to be published for the awareness of the people. But now it is not sufficient. you need to have a patent, implement in the product and prosper”, he added.

Vice principal and dean (academics) Dr Ramesh Mithanthaya, chief coordinator Dr Yuvaraju B N, student coordinator Shravan were present on the dais.

Heads of various institutions of Nitte Education Trust, heads of  the departments  and large number of students were present during the occasion.

About 1200 students from 50 different engineering  colleges all over the country have started registering for various technical events in the fest.



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John DSouza, Mangalore
Sunday, October 28, 2012

Information Technology with e-media, has achieved an incredible progress, in the past couple of decades, from chalk and talk to click and look, coding and decoding to internet and mobile. Hence, Tele-mobile revolution.

But, the auto-mobile sector is still under evolution mode.
Can technology help to make a revolutionary change in the land transport sector also?
Can we also implement a new concept (fast and free – rabbit style), instead of mere slow and steady wins the race – tortoise style?
Can we try to utilize the weight on wheels as a pushing force, instead of merely pulling and carrying it as a burden?
Are we ready to break centuries’ old evolution to have considerable reduction in expensive fuel consumption, elimination of health hazardous pollutions from vehicles, with several other excellent solutions and amazing benefits, which can make a world of difference?

 
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