CSI holds day-long regional meet on computers

Mysuru, September 20:- Computer Society of India (CSI) is the largest body of computer professionals and is a non-profit organisation striving to disseminate the knowledge of computers from grassroots level to the latest technology to both students and professionals. In this context, a day-long joint regional meet was held at Shree Guru Residency in the city recently, presided by CSI national vice president Prof RK Vyas from Delhi and jointly chaired by regional vice president of Region 5, Prof MS Prasad Babu and regional vice president of region 7, Prof Sundareshan.

The participants from across Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana coming under Region 5 and participants from Kerala and Tamil Nadu coming under Region 7 were addressed.

The office-bearers from nearly 15 CSI chapters actively participated and presented the activities planned for the year.

Prof Vyas called upon the chairmen of CSI chapters to apply for the various CSI academic awards and service awards at chapter, regional and national-level and also informed that this awarding ceremony will be a part of CSI annual conventions, 2020 scheduled to be held from January 16 to 18 at world-renowned University – KiiT, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

National student coordinator Dr P Kumar guided the newly nominated regional student coordinators and state student coordinators to coordinate with the student branches coming under their regions and states and assist the student branches in organising and conducting technically and socially relevant events such as conferences, seminars, workshops, symposia, guest lectures, contests, etc. (MR)

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