Mangaluru: St Agnes College organizes intercollegiate Technical Fest CIFRA

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Mangaluru, Dec 1: The PG department of Big Data Analytics at St Agnes College (Autonomous) Mangaluru organized an intercollegiate technical fest, CIFRA, on November 28. The fest was held in celebration of Big Data day and brought together a community of students and technologists. The fest was inaugurated by the principal Sr Dr M Venissa A C and the PG co-ordinator Sr Dr M Vinora A C.

Students from various colleges in Karnataka enthusiastically participated in the fest. The technical fest included three major events and each comprising three rounds. The first event was based on the fundamentals of Computer Science and Data Science, the second event was a programming language-based event, and the third event was a technical quiz. The participants had the choice of selecting a programming language for the event. The judges for the events were C G Thomas, Senior Software Engineer, Novigo Solutions, Mangaluru, and Akanksha Jadhav, Analytics Engineer, Riskonnect Services Pvt. Ltd. The observers for the events were Seementhini Fernandes and Nelson Fernandes, assistant professors at St Agnes College.

The valedictory programme included felicitating the winners and the participants. The first prize was won by the team from Field Marshal K M Cariappa College, Madikeri, the second prize by the team from Vivekananda Degree College, Puttur and the third place was secured by Vijaya College, Mulki.


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