On a quest to spread awareness

BANGALORE: With an aim to spread technical awareness amongst engineering students, the electronics and communication department of MVJ College of Engineering, Bangalore, recently inaugurated ‘

Published: 25th February 2012 04:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:02 PM   |  A+A-

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H R Parthasarathy, chairman of IETE speaking at the event | EXPRESS PHOTO

BANGALORE: With an aim to spread technical awareness amongst engineering students, the electronics and communication department of MVJ College of Engineering, Bangalore, recently inaugurated ‘E-FORZA’, the department club for students. Along with this, the IETE membership enrollment for students of the electronics and communications engineering and the telecommunication departments were carried out.

With the support of IETE, the club aims at organising various national and international technical seminars, innovative project designs, exhibitions, workshops, quizzes and various other programmes. Speaking on the occasion, Dr K S Badrinarayan, principal, MVJCE said, “It is a matter of pride for MVJCE to inaugurate the student’s chapter of IETE which will help them to get acquainted with the emerging trends of technology as well as improve their leadership qualities.” Dr M H Kori addressing the gathering said, “IETE is an interdisciplinary forum where a community of people can exchange their knowledge and keep abreast with the new technologies.” In his presentation, he mentioned about the various emerging technologies, where research and development is possible for the betterment of mankind.

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