Education society adopts Kumudavalli
Education society adopts Kumudavalli.Picking up on the State Government’s flagship ‘Smart Village’ concept, Shri Vishnu Education Society announced that the village would be equipped with latest technological advancements.
Picking up on the State Government’s flagship ‘Smart Village’ concept, Shri Vishnu Education Society announced that the village would be equipped with latest technological advancements
Bhimavaram: Medha Milan 2015, a two-day technical symposium for women, began at Shri Vishnu Engineering College for Women on Friday. The 10th annual symposium was organised by the college to create awareness among girl students of engineering and management courses about the latest advancements in technology. On the occasion, Shri Vishnu Educational Society chairman KV Vishnu Raju announced that the management had decided to adopt Kumudavalli in West Godavari district to develop it as a Smart Village. It was also decided to involve engineering and management students of the college to develop the village on all fronts.
Underlining the need for student participation in community welfare projects, Raju said that it would provide better exposure to them, besides giving them an opportunity to contribute to society as socially responsible citizens. “Hence, students should come up with new ideas to ensure the success of the Smart Village concept which is essential for rural development,” he said.Participating as chief guest, Vasanth Kumar Narayan, general manager, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited, exhorted students to focus on research projects interlinking mechanical, electrical, electronics and information technology fields to invent cost effective and reliable automobile technologies for the future.
Vice-principal and Medha Milan convener P Srinivasa Raju said that about 400 students from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra were competing in various events. Paper and poster presentation, project display, painting, treasure hunt and sport events were held.College management committee members, heads of departments and faculty members were also present at the inaugural function.