Contest for Students on Ideas for AP Growth

Global Business Incubator (GBI) and Usha Rama Engineering College will conduct ‘Engineer Seemandhra into Swarnandhra’, a competition for engineering students, fresh engineering graduates and students who have appeared for EAMCET or ECET.

Published: 12th July 2014 08:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th July 2014 08:55 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: Global Business Incubator (GBI) and Usha Rama Engineering College will conduct ‘Engineer Seemandhra into Swarnandhra’, a competition for engineering students, fresh engineering graduates and students who have appeared for EAMCET or ECET.

Students should present their concepts on how to develop AP in various fields, post-bifurcation the state is left with many problems.

Students can present their concepts relating to various fields like IT, infrastructure, power, health and pharma, explaining how their ideas can make a change and how they can contribute to the state’s development.

Each student will be given 10 minutes to present their ideas. Selected concepts will be given financial and research assistance for converting them into practical solutions. A total of 10 projects will be selected.         

‘Engineer Swarnandhra into Seemandhra’ will be held on July 19 at Usha Rama Engineering College Campus, Telaprolu, near Gannavaram in Krishna district. Interested students  can contact M Ram Mohan, assistant professor, at 94400 95992, email: sacontest@usharama.com

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