SRISHTI 2024: Tech expo at Saintgits to begin on Feb 26

From the 2023 edition of Srishti, the national level technical project exhibition and competition of Saintgits College of Engineering. Photo: Special Arrangement

Kottayam: Srishti-2024, the tenth national level technical project exhibition and competition of Saintgits College of Engineering (Autonomous), Pathamuttam, Kottayam, will begin on February 26. The two day event will conclude on February 27.

Shrishti encourages engineering students from diverse disciplines to showcase their innovative projects. Under the theme, 'AI for Sustainability,' the event challenges participants to harness artificial intelligence for social betterment and paving the way for a more sustainable future.

"Shrishti provides a good platform for the student participants from across the country to showcase their technical understanding and creativity. Besides, they get exposure to a thrilling and competitive environment," said Dr. Sudha T, Principal, Saintgits College of Engineering.

Students from all over India will present projects across diverse streams like Electronics, Civil, Robotics and Healthcare. With a total prize pool of Rs. 4.13 lakhs, including Rs. 1 lakh for the best innovation, the event offers not only awards but also opportunities for networking and learning through workshops, hackathon, and guest lectures.

A project exhibition and poster presentation contest for school students will be held as part of the event. Prizes worth Rs 30,000/- await the contestants.

(The author is a first-year Bachelor of Technology student at the Saintgits College of Engineering, reporting for Onmanorama as part of our campus outreach programme, Onmanorama Campus Reporter)

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