Udupi: Project exhibition, farewell programme held at Bantakal Engineering college

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Udupi, Jun 30: Project exhibition and farewell programme at Bantakal Engineering College co-curricular and extra curricular committee in association with ISTE student chapter of SMVITM organised final year student project exhibition along with the farewell programme in the institute premises on June 29 and 30 respectively.

The exhibition was organised separately for the students of their respective departments. Twelve projects from Mechanical Engineering, 13 projects from Electronics & Communication Engineering, 11 students' projects from Civil Engineering and 27 projects from Computer Science & Engineering were exhibited at the department.

The live models of the project along with presentations and banners were exhibited enthusiastically by the students. Principal, Dr Thirumaleshwara Bhat, vice principal, Dr Ganesh Aithal, dean QA Dr Sudarshan Rao K visited the project exhibition and discussed with students who were representing their projects and also gave good suggestions to them.

HODs, faculty and students also visited the project exhibition and interacted with the final year students. Two best projects were awarded during the farewell function.

Rathnakumar, secretary of the Sode Vadiraja Math Education Trust, Udupi was the chief guest of the farewell function. Speaking on the occasion said that the achievements of the students are the best advertisements for the institute, students’ good words and works reflect the performance of the institute.

Prof Dr Thirumaleshwara Bhat, principal presided over the farewell function. In his presidential remarks he wished the students for their bright future. The heads of various departments and faculty were present in the programme.




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