Posts From Divya Pichumani

InnovInk Innovation Awards – Edition II

InnovInk Innovation Awards competition was held on 2nd August 2019 at SIC auditorium. The students from the batch of 2019-2021 gathered to attend the ceremony while the students from batch of 2018-2020 presented their innovative ideas to the panel of judges. InnovInk Foundation is a ‘Not for Profit’ Initiative to promote Innovation & Entrepreneurship amongst SCIT students. It focuses on accelerating innovation to build a sustainable future. InnovInk Foundation was

Foundation Day and Grand Alumni Meet 2019

August 3rd, 2019 was a special day for the entire SCIT family. Dr. S B Mujumdar, Chancellor and Founder of SCIT, Professor Shaila Kagal, former Director of SCIT, Mr. Arun Melkote, Vice President of Wipro Technologies, alumni, faculty and students had all come together to the SIC Auditorium to celebrate the Foundation Day and 20th Grand Alumni Meet. The event started by lighting the auspicio us lamp of knowledge. Dr.

TEDx 2019 – Sculpting Dreams

The fifth edition of TEDx SIU Hinjewadi was organised on 5th January, 2019. TEDx is one such event where leaders from different domains like technology, entertainment and design come together to share their ideas. They share experiences from their lives which enabled them to stand apart from the crowd and achieve what they felt was their calling. Some of the greatest minds in these domain came together to share their

Makar Sankaranti Celebration

On January 7th, 2019; the Telugu community of the SIC Family came together to celebrate Makar Sankaranti in the SIC Campus. The campus was decorated with kites, sugarcane and pots which are all synonymous of the way Sankaranti is celeb rated. The proceedings began with a Pooja performed by the students in the Atrium. Sweet Pongal was served as Prasad soon after the Pooja. Special lunch was served for all

2019 Pongal Celebration

The Tamil community of Symbiosis Infotech Campus (SIC) came together on 9th January, 2019 to celebrate their harvest festival – Pongal. The celebrations began at around 6:00 AM in the morning when the students gathered to make the famous dish – Sweet Pongal. The process went on for around two and a half hours after which the Atrium was decorated for the Pooja. The Rangoli was symbolic of Pongal and

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