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Techniche - 2011, a window to students

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 6 � Techniche - 2011, which ended recently, offered an array of experiences in the technology and management arena to the youth of the region. Featuring innovation, processes, and interaction with world famous personalities the event offered a rare window of opportunity to students in Assam.

The annual technology and management festival of IIT-G showcased a number of famous achievers in a variety of fields. There were scientists, technocrats, innovators, business leaders, who inspired young audiences. The Indian Army and the Indian Railways, which highlighted their technical prowess through stalls, also attracted visitors.

The lecture series featured a number of internationally recognized scientists and innovators like Rollo Carpenter, Rajendra Pachauri, Jonar Nader and Lyn Evans. Those who attended their lectures were impressed by the way they made complicated things appear understandable.

Shiva Deka, a youth from Tangla was all in awe after listening to Rajendra Pachauri. �He should also speak in different venues of Assam to share knowledge about global warming,� he remarked.

Lyn Evans was another figure who attracted a lot of attention. The highly regarded scientist from CERN, Switzerland spoke about basic acceleration principle in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), among other things.

As on previous occasions, robotics and allied activities evoked a lot of response from the youth. Competitions brought out the innovative talents of some, while many others were able to get acquainted with simple robots for the first time.

Industrial conclaves held during the three days featured lectures by business gurus from different backgrounds. Bindu Rathore, Ravi Kiran, and Ravi Singh enthused students by sharing their insight on a several subjects.

Sources in IIT Guwahati, however, admit that they had expected more students from Guwahati schools to attend the programme. The number of schools that sent student groups with attending teachers was negligible.

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Techniche - 2011, a window to students

GUWAHATI, Sept 6 � Techniche - 2011, which ended recently, offered an array of experiences in the technology and management arena to the youth of the region. Featuring innovation, processes, and interaction with world famous personalities the event offered a rare window of opportunity to students in Assam.

The annual technology and management festival of IIT-G showcased a number of famous achievers in a variety of fields. There were scientists, technocrats, innovators, business leaders, who inspired young audiences. The Indian Army and the Indian Railways, which highlighted their technical prowess through stalls, also attracted visitors.

The lecture series featured a number of internationally recognized scientists and innovators like Rollo Carpenter, Rajendra Pachauri, Jonar Nader and Lyn Evans. Those who attended their lectures were impressed by the way they made complicated things appear understandable.

Shiva Deka, a youth from Tangla was all in awe after listening to Rajendra Pachauri. �He should also speak in different venues of Assam to share knowledge about global warming,� he remarked.

Lyn Evans was another figure who attracted a lot of attention. The highly regarded scientist from CERN, Switzerland spoke about basic acceleration principle in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), among other things.

As on previous occasions, robotics and allied activities evoked a lot of response from the youth. Competitions brought out the innovative talents of some, while many others were able to get acquainted with simple robots for the first time.

Industrial conclaves held during the three days featured lectures by business gurus from different backgrounds. Bindu Rathore, Ravi Kiran, and Ravi Singh enthused students by sharing their insight on a several subjects.

Sources in IIT Guwahati, however, admit that they had expected more students from Guwahati schools to attend the programme. The number of schools that sent student groups with attending teachers was negligible.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)