KL Deemed-to-be University, one of the leading universities in the country for graduation and higher education, kicked off its annual technical festival, IVARNA-2022, which celebrates and demonstrates the talent of students in the field of technology, engineering, arts and culture. The competitions at KLH IVARNA that were spread across various arenas, have provided a platform for thousands of students in the city to network, exchange ideas and participate in various skill-based contests. The techno fest placed focus on innovative technologies, and inclusive strategies to boost student skill and tech prowess.
The youth are now grabbing opportunities to showcase their skills and adding value to their merits. Over 3,000 students of Hyderabad have participated in IVARMA’22 being hosted by KLH. One of the main features of this year’s edition is the predominant focus on technology with numerous coding related contests including Code-a-thon, coding to survive, hackathon, and UI/UX among others. It also included several literal and cultural contests including debates, dance, music, photography, open mics, etc. The winners of the competitions were accoladed with handsome rewards.
Commenting on the fest, Prof L Koteswara Rao, Principal, Engineering, KL Deemed-to-be University, Hyderabad Campus, said: “We at KLH strongly believe in the promise of competitions to boost innovation. IVARNA is our prevalent technical and cultural event where students are set in a collaborative mental space to explore and share ideas to excel. Every personage can redefine their boundaries and ignite a desire to pave the route for success. We will be holding several technical and cultural events where talent meets opportunities on these two days”.
Competitions of this magnitude encourage the students to develop innovative ideas and hone their tech skills to sustain confidence for their future endeavors. KL Deemed-to-be University’s Skill Development Division and Center for Incubation promotes such an entrepreneurship culture and is contriving a skill-based ecosystem, making it an ideal destination for the competition.