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Vibhaava students meet held
‘Vibhaava 2K18’, a post-graduate students meet was held at PB Siddhartha Arts and Science College here on Friday. The chief guest of the meet was NASSCOM regional manager Srikanth Srinivasan.
Vijayawada: ‘Vibhaava 2K18’, a post-graduate students meet was held at PB Siddhartha Arts and Science College here on Friday. The chief guest of the meet was NASSCOM regional manager Srikanth Srinivasan.
Addressing the students, Srikanth said it was good to see colleges and students coming forward to participate in the meet. Such meets would be a nice platform for the students to exhibit their talent and skills. By organising such meets, the students get connected to the industry, he added.
Computer science HoD TS Ravi Kiran said the meet was organised for PG students belonging to M Sc computer science, MCA, M Tech Computer Science and IT. He said that ‘Vibhaava’ started last year with students from various colleges participating in the meet. The meet would motivate all the students as they were always away from competitions these days. The meet had both technical and non-technical events.
The technical events were Technical Quiz, Paper Presentation, Poster Presentation and Coding and Decoding. Non-technical events include Treasure Hunt, Mr and Mrs Vibhaava, Videography and Group Dance. College dean Rajesh C Jampa, college principal M Ramesh, assistant HoD K Shobana, lecturers and students participated in the meet.