Mangaluru: Srinivas Institute of Technology organizes 'ANVESHANE-21'

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Mangaluru, Dec 2: 'ALTIUS-21', a technical competition of the college is held on Wednesday, December 1. Under this banner technical Kannada competitions are held in the name 'ANVESHANE'-21 by 'AISIRI' Kannada sangha.

The programme was inaugurated and guided by the principal Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D. The Kannada sangha hosted five various events named: Jnana prastuti (A paper presentation), Nenapina shikaari (Kannada treasure hunt), Kasadinda rasa(Best from trash), Chitra baandhavya(Photo recognize) and Kanmani(Video documentary) is held under the guidance of faculty coordinator professor Sudheendra H N, assistant professor department of Mechanical engineering.

President of Kannada sangha Naveenbabu N, fourth year, Mechanical engineering student and secretary Sayeeda Tasneem Arif , third year, Computer science engineering student with the help of event organizers and members organized the above events in systematic manner.

For all the events participation went above the expected level, more than 200 students are participated in these events with full of dedication.

Judges from various colleges guided and evaluated the events, head of various departments, teaching and non-teaching staffs are witnessed and made these events a grand successful.


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