KL Deemed to be University Hosts Pravega to Ignite the Spirit of Innovation

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New Delhi, April 01: KL Deemed to be University, India’s Leading University organized the annual Fest Pravega – Igniting Student’s Innovation at its camp recently. The event was organized by the Department of Computer Science and Applications. The aim was to make the students more agile and help them grow in computational thinking.

Pravega – Igniting Student’s Innovation is an annual platform for students to showcase their skills and talents in various fields. This year’s event was a huge success and helped the students grow both academically and personally. As promised, the fest was a thrilling experience for all attendees, featuring an exciting lineup of many possibilities. The two-day event had a plethora of technical and non-technical events to challenge the students’ skills and knowledge. The technical events include code combats, trivia, DB queries, web designing, poster designing, and technical essay writing. These events allowed the students to showcase their technical expertise and problem-solving skills.

Dr. G. P. Saradhi Varma, Vice-Chancellor, KL Deemed to be University, said,β€œ The Department of Computer Science and Applications at KL Deemed to be University has presented an exciting and innovative fest that helped students acquire a great learning experience for all participants. Our mission is to create a strong and effective environment for students to enable them to grow by applying theoretical knowledge to practical experience and exposure to the latest technologies.”

The Department of Computer Science and Application (CSA) was established in 2015 with the vision β€œTo provide knowledge and high-quality skills in computing which are aligned with global industry requirements.” Their mission is to impact a robust theoretical foundation and practical knowledge and to provide exposure to the latest technologies to teach ideas that bridge the industry gap in the IT sector by bounding to social ethics.

Apart from technical events, there were non-technical events like cricket, volleyball, tug of war, badminton, lemon and spoon, and e-sports. These events offered a fun-filled environment for students to engage in physical activities and games. The final day of the event was dedicated to cultural events. The fest offered an excellent opportunity for students to showcase their creativity and skills. Students showcased their talents in singing, dancing, and other performing arts.

Among a few other participants of the various competitions, who stood winners were Gowtham Sai, Ankam Deepika, Sasupalli Rohith, KoradaSasi Kumar, Dinesh Meripo, Sasupalli Rohith, K.S.S.S. Karthikeya, Boyapati, Anusha, Karthik Tyagi, Md Masood Ahmed, Divya Prakash, Sachin Kumar, Rishu Kumar.

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