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Students' Research Day (SVCE INNOVATES 2018) on 23.3.2018 (Friday)

on 12/02/18,by Dean Research, under College Circular

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

SVCE INNOVATES 2018

 Students’ Research Day

 

Circular

The best innovations of 2018, by the students of SVCE, would be identified by conducting a contest. This is being organized as a college wide event for the fifth time with the following objectives:

To nurture an interest in research and to provide an opportunity to the students to exhibit their creative skills

To inculcate the spirit of healthy competition and to encourage inter-disciplinary innovations

This is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students of all the departments in our campus.

Competition details

 Abstract should be submitted in a maximum of 500 words and the format for the abstract can be downloaded from the website.

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Important Dates

Submission of an abstract of the innovative ideas                    : 28.2.2018

The results of the short listed abstracts                                     : 10.3.2018

Final event will be held on SVCE students Research Day       : 23 March 2018

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Team can consist of 2-3 students. Interdisciplinary teams are encouraged. Each team must have a faculty mentor.

Certificates would also be given to the faculty mentors of the winning teams.

A panel of judges from the industry and academia will evaluate the innovative ideas.

All the participants will have to demonstrate the ideas using poster/Models/software protypes.

 

Dr R Muthucumaraswamy,

Dean (Research)

 

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