Responding to a query on the same, Meer Afroz, Academic Secretary, told us, "Being the son of a soldier, I can understand how painful the situation is for their families. I was surprised to see the number of students who had attended the candlelight rally, because being a Friday when many students prefer to go home, around 900 students have participated in the candle march. This shows that the students of our college have huge respect for the nation and love towards those who defend it. I feel that being engineers we should be able to do something which benefits the soldiers. It's the least we can do for those who sacrifice their lives so that we can have a sound sleep without worries."
Held in the New Biology and Chemical Engineering Department Building, the event saw an enormous crowd of students and professionals for addresses by notable speakers from all over the the world. The papers and posters were evaluated, based on various thematic scenarios. As the evening bloomed, the talented student body took over. They illuminated the night with diverse and vibrant cultural performances which invoked patriotism and revelry.
In the words of Mr. Saswata Mondal, a participant, “The conference started with the lectures of renowned persona, Prof. Ibrahim Dincer and Prof. Jayanti. Their talk definitely struck an accord with me, instilling a drive within me to find out more about new development in energy sector. more about transposable elements and connect the dots to what I already know.
I would like to thank my mentor and the chemical engineering department for providing this opportunity.”
Sugirthana Shanmugam, the cultural coordinator for INCEEE ‘19 while talking to us expressed gratitude to all participants, who prepared and performed at such short a notice. She also conveyed her thanks to the faculty for giving an opportunity and providing the motivation to pull off such an event.
As Mr. Thaman Veer, SpringSpree Core and Organizer told us, “I loved their marketing strategy. I don’t know if any one of the audience noticed it, but the speaker never used the word Byju’s nor did he talk about their product. He kept the crowd active throughout for almost 2 hrs. And that’s not a simple task. We were lucky that we could interact with such a personality, who has cracked almost all exams which the undergraduate students aim for, with merit results.”
"We were thrilled to see the enthusiasm shown by the participants. This was reflected in the scores of the contenders, with the competition being fierce until the very last question,” told Rohini Vaideswaran, one of the organizers.