Amity University Mumbai hosted a flagship event TECHNICIA 2022


Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Amity University Mumbai hosted Students technical fest TECHNICIA on 23rd, 24th and 25th March 2022, first on campus event after pandemic.

This technical festival made sure that students from all over India were given a platform to showcase their talent in 28 different events. Overwhelming footfall of the festival was more than 2500 students. The students across country participated in the event showcasing their talent in various events like Ideathon, car racing, paper presentations, ideas thinking, brainstorm session like new normal, technology innovations, entrepreneurships and many more.

The inaugural function took place on 23rd March 2022, the Chairperson & Dean Academics of Amity University Mumbai Dr. Shrikant Charhate welcomed all the guest. Dr. B. Athiyaman, Head Super Computing Ministry of Earth Sciences Govt. of India addressed students mentioning the importance of youth in participation in Technical festivals as well floating ideas, Mr. Brajesh Nahar, Executive Head Khopoli Operations TATA Steel Ltd. Made emphasis on that students should come out of comfort zone especially after pandemic and work for country at large by innovative ideas.

Vice Chancellor Lt. Gen. V. K. Sharma, AVSM and Pro-Vice chancellor Dr A W Santhosh Kumar addressed the students boosting their enthusiasm regarding the festival and welcoming the students post COVID on campus and making students realise the importance of such festivals. Faculty coordinators Prof. Ameya J More and Prof. Gunchita Kaur Wadhwa proposed vote of thanks.

Considering the overwhelming response every year, Technicia will be going across world in 2023 to fetch ideas from students across globe with hybrid participation from students as well from the students entrepreneurs.

The technical festival was acknowledged by many as a flagship event as well sponsored y Al-Aziz, Moralis, Devfolio, Reliance Trends, Mc Donalds, Hover Robotix and others.


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