Kurukshetra 2012 International Level Techno Management Fest

 The students of College of Engineering, Guindy, who in association with infrastructure power house Akshaya Homes started an earnest campaign, “Let’s invest back in India; Be the Change!” as a social initiative of Kurukshetra 2012, the annual Technical Festival of College of Engineering, Guindy, scheduled to be held from February 1 to 4.

Kurukshetra 2012 -‘The Battle Of Brains’ is an International Techno-Management Festival of College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University under the patronage of UNESCO. The team’s passion for quality and excellence has earned them the privilege of being the first ever student organized event to be bestowed with the UNESCO patronage.

The techno-management fest of CEG Anna University Chennai, Kurukshetra true to its tagline, “The Battle Of Brains”, has become synonymous with the yearly clash of the best of the student world. With around 25,000+ participants from over 800+ institutions spanning 80+ countries. Prize Worth 1 Million!!!

Brain drain

The initiative was aimed at contemplating the issue of brain drain and also to encourage Indians studying and working abroad to return and invest their talent and resources for the betterment of the nation and people. The campaign kicked off on Sunday at Express Avenue Mall with over 60 students of C.E.G’s Kurukshetra 2012 team who made their presence felt by singing various patriotic anthems.

During the course of the day, BIG FM’s RJ Ophelia, better known as Imsai Arasi and Dr. Kamala Selvaraj, Director of GG Hospitals, enlightened the audience on how the society we live in is as important to us as we are to it by recounting their personal experiences and choices. Later in the evening, lyricist and professor Dr. Madhan Karky encouraged students to follow their dreams and expressed his faith that their dreams would be for the betterment of the country. Singer Chinmayi also shared her views on the issue and enthralled the crowd with a song. A flash mob at the venue and a variety show by Spartanz ended the event on a high note.

Home-bound

The students of the organising committee said that they saw an unusually large number of Indian companies, which worked for foreign clients, during the campus placement. This made them realise the diabolic extent of brain drain in the country and the lakhs of skilled students who have been lost over the years. Chitty Babu, Chairman & C.E.O, of Akshaya Homes, and added, “When our country offers the best facilities of education and jobs, why work elsewhere?” The Kurukshetra 2012 team plans to visit 250 colleges across the country for their signature campaign in the next month and encourage students to sign the pledge of studying and working in India and ultimately bring about the change the country deserves.

EVENTS

Codestorm
Heptathlon
Debugging
Kode Multus
Onsite Programming
Engineering
Godspeed
Contraptions
Aero Modelling
Bridgetect
Electrowarriors
Megastructures
Rumble in the junk
Fun Trivia
Day Events
Gamindrome
Papyrus
Energize
Paper Presentation
Quizzes
K! Open Quiz
College Biz Quiz
Corporate-Biz-Quiz
How Stuff Works
Scitech Quiz
Robotics
Angry Bots
Designer’s Quest
Image Processing
K!onstructor
K!ck
Robo Wars
Think Tank
Alcatraz
Innovate
Math Modelling
Poseidron
Tug of Tycoons
K! Idol
Biz Plan
Chaos Theory
K! Millionaire

OTHERS EVENT DETAILS

Riveting-Lecture series
Engrossing- workshops
Enthralling K!arnival
Inventive K!projects

Online Events

Klik

Online Programming

Riddles of the Sphinx
Dalal Bull
Buildreams
K! Apps
K! Mad
Kryptos

ORGANIZED BY 
College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University
Dates
01 Feb 2012 to 04 Feb 2012
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