Puttur: St Philomena College students visit incubation center at Sahyadri College

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Puttur, Jun 10: The department of MSc computer science of St Philomena College, Puttur conducted an incubation center visit the new age incubation center at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management on June 6.

In the center prof Harish, coordinator of Center of Excellence (CoE) handled the session for students by delivering basic concepts about the Incubation center and start-up companies.

He elucidated various funding and schemes available for student innovators and entrepreneurs. Further, he motivated the students to get direct applications into the incubation center. Students visited various start-ups and other industries like Aptra Technologies, Caliper Eng & Lab Pvt Ltd, DTI Labs Pvt Ltd, Megamind, Power Loom Training Center and RDL Technologies.

Under the new age incubation network, students are encouraged to identify local problems and to develop appropriate technology-based solutions and working prototypes.

Students asked questions related to start-ups, internships, and the way of succumbing their ideas to the center.

Akshatha B, Ramya S, Suraksha S assistant professors, PG department of computer science and 18 students immensely benefitted from the visit to the incubation centre.




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