The PES Alumni Meet was a pleasant surprise and sepia toned nostalgia for the alumni, who were students as far back as 1994 to the class of 2014.

If I look back about 42 years in my life, I can bring back those days when we were simulating the trajectories of the missiles. The work was carried out Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL) situated in Hyderabad.

Taiwan Higher Education Delegation visited PES University and PES Medical College, Kuppam on 10th September 2014 and 11th September 2014 respectively.

Anushree Prasanna Kumar and Swati Manaswini clinched the first place at the zonal level Table Tennis tournament organized by VTU. They got third place in the state level tournament. Both are students of 7th Sem ECE.
Congratulations. Try harder.

The graduation ceremony had a grand beginning as the chief guest, PESIT leadership and faculty in full regalia marched towards the dais to the strains of “Sare jahan se achcha…” Guest of honor, Prof Jawahar introduced the dignitaries on the stage. He recounted how Dr Doreswamy’s dream as a child has flowered into an institution of excellence. He declared the ceremony open and administered an oath to 918 graduating engineers. The oath reflected the spirit of the times when the graduating class promised to apply their knowledge for public good, innovate for advancements in their area of work and be accountable to the future generations. Dr Doreswamy unveiled the scroll of honor, a plaque with the pictures of meritorious students.

In keeping with its unwavering commitment to the highest quality education PES University hosted The Amateur Scientist ‘14 for the fourth consecutive year. The importance of pure sciences continues to grow like never before. The Amateur Scientist is an event designed to spot and reward children who show rare aptitude for experimental science from across the country. More than 500 projects that were submitted were screened for novelty, utility and innovation. Finally, 80 inventors were invited to Bangalore to display their projects at the exhibition. It included besides Bangalore, participants from Delhi, Odisha, Bhubaneshwar, Vadodara and other cities. An eminent panel of judges diligently checked through the exhibits, grilled the scientists and finally chose Vijaya Vittala Composite PU College from Mysore as Winners for their project, “E-Cart”, the indigenous shopping cart.