Published On : Mon, Feb 3rd, 2014

Technotsav-14 signs off on grand note


Nagpur Today.

One of its kind event featuring various advancements on the technological front – Technotsav-14 concluded here amidst much appreciation from the tech lovers of the city. The event organized by SB Jain College ended on a grand note with scintillating performances by the DJs. The three day Technotsav-14 witnessed huge participation from the students and the budding technology talents around the city.

The excitement level on the concluding day was at a high with the reverberating mood set during the ‘War of the DJs’ on Monday night. DJs from various colleges participated while professional DJs judged the potential of these performers.



Satvinder Kaur, mentor of Students Representative Council (SRC) that organized the Technotsav-14, said, “We all had a great time throughout and every effort put into the planning of Technotsav-14 paid off. Monday being the last day, we had lots of activities planned and everything went off smoothly.”

Hrudesh Parshionikar, SRC event manager, said, “The DJ Wars was a rocking event and everybody enjoyed_MG_0406 it. The sound system was amazing and it was perfectly in sync with the signing off ceremony of the fest.”

The events were not just about the active participation from students but the faculty members as well. The event, ‘Aap Ki Adaalat’ proved to be one of its kind in which students grilled their teachers with a battery of questions. One of the faculty members put up, “This was an amazing event and students decided the questions to be asked. They usually do not get a chance to question the authorities and this event gave them the wonderful opportunity to do so. The event went on for almost two hours and we enjoyed every bit of it.”

Pooja Jain, SRC’s co-public relation officer, said, “It was a much-needed event as students need to relax as well. Throughout the year they remained engaged in their academic activities. Indulging in such activities helps them to cool down a bit. I am happy that SRC was able to provide an excellent platform for students to have a good time.”



And ‘Student of the Year’ Award goes to…

The students were not only able to aptly display their various skills and caliber, but had a gala time conducting and participating in the events as well. One of the key events was ‘Student of the Year’ award which was lapped up by Sunita Janav. There were multiple events leading up this prestigious award. There were many students who had taken part in the first round but got eliminated through various events leading up the final day.

Test of sale potential

A debate competition, in which the students were given a business project proved to be an important platform for displaying their articulate skills. The students were given a pen worth Rs 3 which had to be sold at a higher price. Ultimately, the pens were sold for as high as Rs 7,000 and this showed the business acumen of our students. Then there was a stock market simulation in which more students were eliminated as well. This way the students got a platform to flaunt their entrepreneur skills as well!