AUT-T holds low key convocation

Published: 22nd June 2012 09:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd June 2012 09:37 AM   |  A+A-

The Anna University of Technology-Tiruchy (AUT-T), which is under the scanner of the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, conducted a low profile convocation without the presence of media or a chief guest here on Thursday.

Vice-Chancellor of AUT-T P Devadas Manoharan issued certificates to graduates, in the presence of Registrar Raja and other staff. After repeated complaints from students regarding the delay in the issue of certificates, AUT-T arranged for the second convocation after two years. University rank holders, who were 64 in number, were invited for the convocation and they were presented with gold medals and certificates.

The rank holders include post-graduate students, who passed out in 2009-10, and both under-graduate and post-graduate students, who passed out in 2010-11. The other students of the AUT-T were infor­med to collect their degree certificates from AUT-T.  While the certificates of students, who studied in engineering colleges that were affiliated to the AUT-T, were dispatched to the respective colleges.

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