Students got a first-hand experience of using the latest equipment and interactive hands on sessions with the professional chefs. The workshop demonstrated the utility value of grill, dishes like roast chicken, chicken shaslik, and pizzas with varied toppings.
638 graduating students who successfully completed programs of MBA, Executive MBA, MCA, MTech, BBA, BBA (HEM), and BCA were granted degrees at a ceremony marked by motivating speeches by esteemed guests. Dr KNB Murthy, Vice Chancellor welcomed the invitees and dignitaries.
The students and faculty of Department of Management studies had a very beneficial learning experience at the program ‘Thriving in the Digital Economy’ conducted by IIT Madras. Prof. Vijay Kumar and Profs. Aarthy, Sruthi, Sai, Deepak and Krishna participated in the program.
The university campus came alive with eager students at the inauguration of the fourth batch of engineering, architecture and design programs. The PES University app was launched in the orientation program following the inauguration. At the outset, the gathering paid rich tributes to Prof. U R Rao, remembering him as the father of Indian satellite programme. Vice Chancellor Dr K N B Murthy introduced the guests, welcomed the invitees and parents and reiterated the commitment of PES University to the society and student community.
The tournament saw keen contests among the participants. Sagar won the men’s singles title, Sadvi won the women’s singles crown, Amogh Shetty and Sunny won in the men’s doubles category, and Siddarth and Sadvi clinched mixed doubles title.
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The project submitted by Team Aranea in the category of Space Debris Mitigation has been recognized as one of the Top 30 innovations under the DST-Lockheed Martin-Tata Trusts’ India Innovation Growth Programme 2.0. The team devised a novel drag enhancement system for rapid de-orbiting of spacecraft (Nano/Micro-satellites) in Low Earth orbit (LEO).
Smrthi founded Kagakka Gubakka with a mission to keep long-forgotten stories, games and traditions alive. The name is derived from stories about a conniving crow and a smart sparrow who are friends and about their adventures together. The live events see about 50-60 kids in each session. It starts with a 15-minute warm up session of gamified learning and personality development, followed by three stories – one rooted in mythology, folk and another one that makes them laugh. It ends with games that everybody looks forward to. The sessions take place at popular public parks of Bangalore. Many elders frequenting the parks get to share stories, and find the interactions with kids to be a welcome change.
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