State-level CSI student branch counsellors’ meet held

Mysuru, November 22:- Under the aegis of Computer Society of India (CSI), the largest and oldest body of IT professionals at the national level, a “one-day state-level CSI Student Branch Counsellors Meet” was organised for the first time in Mysuru by the CSI State student coordinator of Karnataka, K A Anitha Venkatesh at AIMIT (Adithya Institute of Management Information Technology) recently.

Professors designated as CSI student branch counsellors from various engineering colleges from across the state like Dayananda Sagar Academy of Technology Management ,RNSIT, BMSIT&M, SIR MVIT from Bengaluru, KLS Gogte Institute from Belagavi, BITM College from Ballari, BGSIT from BG Nagara, Pooja Bhagavat PG Center and Amritha Vishwa Vidyapeetam, Mysuru, participated and showed their enthusiasm to know more about the benefits to college and students.

While from local engineering colleges like ATMECE, NIE, NIEIT, GSSSIETW, student representatives participated and were curious to know about the activities that can be conducted at college level.

Anitha briefed regarding the objectives of the meet and the various activities like symposiums, workshops, seminars, product exhibitions and technical competitions that can be conducted at the college, state, regional and international levels. Also guidelines regarding the formalities to be followed for seeking the technical and financial support from the national body to conduct state, regional and national-level student conventions were provided. The participants were informed to nominate for various awards constituted for the student branch members and counsellors which would be presented during the 53rd CSI annual convention to be held at KiiT, Bhubaneshwar during January 2020.

During the meet, all the queries by the participants were clarified by the office-bearers of CSI Mysuru chapter. The meeting was presided by Mysuru Chapter chairperson Aruna Devi, former chairmen B S Vishwanath Rao, Prof M S Veerendra Kumar, secretary J G Venkatesh, MC member J V Shrivatsa. Vote of thanks was proposed by vice-chairman Prof Mohamed Minhaj. More than 25 members participated in the meet. (MR)

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