Hyderabad: Students of Maulana Azad National Urdu University from various technical and science background, exhibited today their exemplary skills and talents while displaying innovative projects and ideas.
Eminent Scholar, Dr. Qazi Siraj Azhar, Michigan University, USA and Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, Vice Chancellor jointly inaugurated today the Azad Tek Fest 2019 at ITI and Polytechnic Buildings of the University.
The Annual Azad Tek Fest 2019 is being organized on February 27 and 28 in connection with National Urdu Science Congress.
Students of Polytechnic and ITI courses presented expertise achieved by them in different branches of engineering and trades. Models such as generation of wireless electricity, Li Fi, solenoid engine, IoTs, robots, latest bridge construction technologies, green house, sewage treatment plant for MANUU, precast techniques in construction and software projects like staff leave management system etc to name few were developed by students of MANUU.
School Students from around five Urdu medium schools from Hyderabad also presented their innovative projects in the Tek Fest.
Dr. Aslam Parvaiz and Dr. Qazi Siraj Azhar keenly observed all the projects and inquired in detail about their efficacy & uniqueness. Both of them were highly impressed and amazed by the talent & skills demonstrated by Urdu medium students.
Dr. Mohd. Yousuf Khan, Principal Polytechnic and Dr. Arshia Azam, Principal, ITI, were the coordinators of the event.
The Fest was attended by a large number of students, teachers, non-teaching staff and delegates of National Urdu Science Congress.
Prof Syed Najmul Hasan, Dean, School of Sciences and Dr. Abid Moiz, consultant, CPKU were also present.
Meanwhile, students from School of Sciences, MANUU also presented posters/projects on various subjects which includes protective shield of plants, solar tracking system, variation of refractive index of polluted water, dialysis, safe environment, women empowerment through mushroom cultivation, artificial intelligence etc. Essay writing & elocution competitions, debate and oral presentation were also organized by the School in connection with National Science Day.