Mangaluru: 'Infoquest 2019' conducted at St Agnes College (Autonomous)

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Mangaluru, Aug 27: The department of Computer Applications, St Agnes College (Autonomous) on August 26 organised a one day intra departmental fest 'INFOQUEST 2019' on.

Sr Dr Jeswina AC, principal, St Agnes College was thechief guest for the inaugural programme. Speaking on the occasion she stressed on the need for students to tap their potential and make use of every opportunity that comes their way.

Marina, II BCA, welcomed the gathering.

Aafreen, secretary, Computer Club, briefed the audience on the events of the day.

Safa, III BCA, proposed the vote of thanks.

Asrina, III BCA was the MC.

The fest included a final round of ten events: Inquisition (quiz), Henastic (mehendi logo), Techovation (presentation), Techno Buzz (documentary), Technotalent (talent show), Renaissance (dance competition), Goldrush (treasure hunt), Algorythm (coding and debugging), Picturesque (photography) and Cognito (web designing).

The prelims of these events were conducted over a period of two weeks before the fest.

These events helped unleash the skill and talents of the students. The fest witnessed total participation by the students with every student participating in at least one event.

Sr Carmel Rita AC, administrator of the college was chief guest for the valedictory programme.

Daniya, I BCA, welcomed the gathering.

During the occasion the highest scorers of the II and IV semesters were also felicitated.

Malavika Shetty, head of the department of Computer Applications and co-ordinator of the fest, proposed the vote of thanks.

Duha, I BCA was MC.


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