The Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized a National Level Technical Symposium, SIFRIX 2K17 on 09th MARCH 2017. Mr. D.Hariharasudhan,Senior Architect-Digital Innovation,TPF Software India Pvt, Ltd. was the Chief Guest for the occasion.
Dr.R.K.SelvaKumar, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering delivered the welcome address and highlighted the achievements of the department. In his welcome speech, he narrated the technological development during this decade and encouraged the students to plan different activities for improving their technical knowledge and utilize the opportunities for their various growth and development.
Dr.Srinivasan Alavandar,Head of Academics, Agni College of Technology felicitated the Chief Guest and addressed the gathering. In his address, He welcomed the dignitaries on the dias as well as the participants from various colleges. He encouraged the students to work hard to achieve success in their life. He also emphasized the students to take part in various technical and non-technical events and also suggested them to think about the importance of learning beyond the syllabus.
Mr. D.Hariharasudhan,Senior Architect-Digital Innovation,TPF Software India Pvt, Ltd.had delivered the chief guest of the day highlighted about Amazon Echo : Alexa and advised the students to be strong in their programming skills. In his address his suggestions to the students to get employed in the corporate sectors was of great importance.
The various programs conducted in the Symposium were Workshops (Workshop on COMPUTER VISION [MAT LAB] by DR.R.K.SELVAKUMAR, Workshop on PHOTOGRAPHY by MR.ASHOK SARAVANAN), Paper Presentation, The EYE, Brain Digger, Debugze, Surprise Events, Photography, Connexions and Gaming.
Around 200 students from various Engineering Colleges from Chennai had registered and participated in all the events of the Symposium and made it a grand success. The participants were encouraged with certificates and prizes.
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