Students from across the engineering colleges from India will showcase their tech
skills at CoEP annual tech fest Mindspark
Over 7,000 students from engineering colleges across the
country will showcase their technological skills and talent at the College of Engineering
Pune (CoEP) annual tech fest Mindspark, which gets underway at the college auditorium
at 9.15 am on Tuesday (27 Dec).
CB Jain, executive director of Jaitapur nuclear power project, will be the chief
guest at the inaugural function of the three day fest that will have 42 events in
different branches of engineering, including civil, mechanical, electrical, electronics,
information, computer production, instrumentation and metallurgy. Rudolf Gudel,
owner of Gudel group AG, Germany, will inaugurate the robotics arena on the occasion.
Mindspark has been positioned by the college as an attempt to enable young engineering
students to put forward concepts and theories that can develop into appropriate
technologies. Considering the rapid pace of development of technology, each of the
42 events has been designed to encourage participants to stay abreast of the most
recent progress in their field.
The tech fest also provides a platform for students to develop their overall personality,
explore their hidden talents, innovative ideas and creativity, said CoEP director
Anil Sahasrabudhe. The participants present their concept/work for a peer review
as well as assessment by the audience. The college that provides the best performance
walks away with the coveted technical championship award.
Courtesy: Times of India