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Budding engineers explored their creative talents and made interesting presentations on varied topics including emerging new technologies ranging from Witricity (wireless electricity) and “Robotics in Agriculture” at “SCINTILLA-2 k X”, a national level technical symposium, held at Swarna Bharathi Institute of Science & Technology (SBIT) in Khammam on Sunday.
Around 300 students representing various engineering colleges from all over the district and several neighbouring districts participated in the symposium. SBIT president S Pullaiah inaugurated the event.
SBIT secretary & correspondent P Venkateshwarlu, director S V Suryanarayana, principal K Rama Rao, vice-principal Gandham Srinivasa Rao and others were present.
In his inaugural address, Prof Pullaiah exhorted the engineering students to update their knowledge base and keep abreast of the latest developments in the technological sphere.
“The budding engineers should pursue the path of innovation with a quest to expand their knowledge frontiers and reach the pinnacles of success,” he suggested.
The participants made poster and paper presentations on Robotics, Nano Technology, Wireless Communication, Embedded Systems and several other topics.
A quiz, spot events, idea presentations, screening of short films among other interesting activities were organised as part of the technical symposium.