Creativity at its best


No looking back:A student driving an assembled racing car at GITAM during ‘Pramana’ in Medak district on Saturday.- PHOTO: MOHD ARIF

No looking back:A student driving an assembled racing car at GITAM during ‘Pramana’ in Medak district on Saturday.- PHOTO: MOHD ARIF

The colours of spring were splashed across the campus as the energy of youth power reached crescendo as students of GITAM School of Technology and Hyderabad Business School (HBS) of GITAM University, jointly organised a two-day techno-management fest ‘Pramana-2K14’ on its Hyderabad campus on Friday and Saturday. The fest consisted of technical and management competitions. Chief guest Prof. V. Harinarayana Sarma, EC member, ISTE, New Delhi, inaugurated the students’ event. Some of the techno and management events were – robo-soccer, robo-war, robo-rage, code-freak, cad-o-mania, boomerang, GITAM youth assembly, technical quiz, civil elevation, science exhibition, young managers challenge, scrolla, B-quiz, B-plan, bulls & bears. Nisadhya and Sambandha organised during the two-day fest. Prof. Ch. Sanjay, Director, GITAM Hyderabad campus, Prof. S. S. Prasada Rao, Director, HBS, D.V.V.S.R. Varma, Resident Director, and others were present.

 

Two-day techno-management festival ‘Pramana-2K14’

held on GITAM University campus

 

 

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Boon for farmers


Big day:Water being released from the Singoor project to a canal after it was formally inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister C. Damodar Rajanarasimha, in Medak district on Thursday.- PHOTO: MOHD ARIF
Big day:Water being released from the Singoor project to a canal after it was formally inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister C. Damodar Rajanarasimha, in Medak district on Thursday.- PHOTO: MOHD ARIF

Minor girl ‘rescued’ by auto driver


An 11-year-old girl from Shapur tanda in Marpalli mandal of Ranga Reddy district was ‘rescued’ by an auto driver at Narsapur in Medak district on Monday evening.

According to sources, the girl reached Narsapur on Monday and got into an auto to go to Shapur.

The auto driver, Bhumaiah, took her to the Narsapur police station and handed her over to the police. He even called the ChildLine number- and informed them about the girl.

The officials of ChildLine had gotten the girl admitted in Balasadan in Sangareddy. “The girl is giving different versions about her running away from a hostel at Sangareddy, where she was admitted. Sometimes, she says she is not being treated well by her family members and sometimes she says that her seniors in the hostel are misbehaving with her. It will take some time to ascertain the facts,” ChildLine Director M.S. Chandra said. The hostel students at Sangareddy have identified her, he added.

 

GREAT JOB AND CONGRATULATIONS TO AUTO DRIVER FROM ” DAY IN CITY ON BEHALF OF MILLIONS.