YAPPON final selections begin at Aditya

YAPPON final selections begin at Aditya

Kakinada: In all, 2,000 engineering students from 60 renowned engineering colleges from across the State...

yap2 Kakinada: In all, 2,000 engineering students from 60 renowned engineering colleges from across the State attended the final selections of YAPPON, which was conducted by Microsoft on Saturday, on the premises of Aditya Engineering College at Surampalem of Gandepalli mandal in East Godavari district. The selections will continue on Sunday also, according to Aditya Educational Institutes Vice-Chairman Nallamilli Satish Reddy.A Microsoft General Manager Mithul Patel and Director Geo Expansions at Microsoft Raj Katari were the chief guests, while NCEX Director Y Srinivasa Rao was the honourary guest. Speaking on the occasion, Patel said, "There is no dearth of talented students in the country and at the same time there are many institutes that are encouraging them, notably, Microsoft is always in the forefront in tapping the right talent and giving them opportunity." He urged the youth to keep abreast with the latest technology and climb the success ladder. Furthermore, he lauded the efforts of Reddy for conducting this test on the precincts of their campus.A Katari said, "I was in awe of the Aditya campus as it was dotted with ultramodern facilities like labs, spacious class rooms and uninterrupted network. Hence, we recognised the campus as the country's first Microsoft Advantage Platinum Campus." NCEX Director Rao said, "We have been working for the past 40 days to conduct YAPPON and we are indebted to Aditya Group for cooperating with us in this regard." Satish Reddy felt that he had laid the good foundation for the students of Aditya Engineering College as the global giant Microsoft has recognised the institute. It's a great honour for the college, while the students should utilise this opportunity and show their talent as it was great a boon to them.
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