Total Registration: 1336
Total Junior Colleges participated 43
DATE: 1st September 2018.
VENUE: UCoE, Kaman.
Universal College of Engineering hosted the intercollegiate technical fest Junior Vyro this year on 1st of september,2018 owing to its success last year. The fest was meant specifically for students of Junior colleges all across the city with an intention to give them a peek into the engineering college campus, inspire them to aspire a career in engineering, in a fun and engaging way.
The inauguration ceremony was marked by motivational words of the chief guest followed by seminars conducted by the faculty members of various departments who gave brief presentation describing their fields and its highlights. The fest comprised of 5 technical events, 4 fun events and 2 LAN gamming events. Technical events were based on the Maths, Physics and Chemistry syllabi of junior colleges. All events witnessed an active participation by the students with a headcount of approximately 1342, an overwhelming response.
The fest had the students exploring the campus, learning about the various engineering fields, competing in events and taking home fun filled memories of the day. The careful planning and diligent efforts of all the committee members, volunteers, overlooking faculties in organization and management of the fest was very well reciprocated by the participants with their enthusiasm.
Total Junior Colleges participated 33
CSI student’s chapter of Universal College of Engineering organized an inter college event named as Junior Vyro for the students of all Junior colleges across the city.
The intention of organizing this event was to give the aspiring students of junior colleges a clear idea of Engineering course and engineering colleges in a fun and innovative way. The event comprised of 6 technical events, 5 fun events and 3 LAN gamming events.
Technical events were based on the Maths, Physics and science syllabus of junior colleges. It was a free of cost and open to all event. The event got a great response from numerous colleges across the western suburbs that resulted in a turnout of around 700 students 48colleges.