Mangaluru: National level techno-cultural fest ‘Envision’ inaugurated at SIT

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Mangaluru, Mar 11: The inaugural function of Envision 2019, national level techno-cultural fest was held on Monday, March 11 in Srinivas Institute of Technology (SIT), Valachil.

Gaana Bhat, technical support engineer in Yahoo, Bengaluru, was the chief guest of the function. The function was presided by Dr A Srinivas Rao, pro-chancellor Srinivas University, Mangaluru and vice-president, A Shama Rao foundation.

Gaana Bhat, in his address to the students mentioned the importance of dedication and hard work to achieve the goals. She also highlighted the importance of techno-cultural fest to make their identity in the society by exposing their technical skills and cultural talent.

A Srinivas Rao in his presidential address quoted that the Envision is introducing new events every year as per the student’s innovative ideas to update their knowledge. He also congratulated the members who actively coordinated for the envision 2019.

Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D, principal of the college was present at the programme. Prof Deepak Raj P Y, convener of the programme briefed about the various activities of Envision which is conducted by different branches of the college.

Dhananjay Kumar S, organising secretary of Envision 2019 welcomed the gathering and Vaishnavi R B, president of student council introduced the chief guest. Rakshita delivered the vote of thanks. Shubhashree and Prajnesh Shetty compered the programme.


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