The Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science of St. Agnes College (Autonomous) Mangaluru organised a university level intercollegiate fest "BLAZE" on 06 January 2020 as a part of the Centenary Year Celebration of the college.
The fest began with the inaugural programme. Mr Raghuram T.C ,Vice President of BASF Workers Union was the Chief Guest. Mrs Zita Saldanha, wife Late Dr J. S. V. Saldanha , Professor of Mathematics, NITK was the guest of honour. Sr.Dr.Jeswina A.C., Principal and Sr. Carmel Rita,Administrator were the dignitaries on the dais.
Mrs Vidya Saraswathi, the staff coordinator of the fest welcomed and introduced the chief guest. The chief guest addressed the participants and encouraged them to participate with full enthusiasm. The championship trophy was unveiled in the inauguration event. The guest of honour addressed the students and recollected memories of her student days and conveyed her best wishes to the student participants.
Ms Malani Lisha Dsouza, the Vice-President of Science and Student Coordinator proposed the vote of thanks.
Total of 7 different events including Icebreakers, IT manager, Meraki, Webtrenz, Insight, Techplot and Hidden object were conducted.
A total of 15 colleges participated in different competitions.
The fest provided a platform for the students to showcase their talents.
The fest ended with a valedictory programme where Prof. Asha Rao, Associate Dean of Mathematical Sciences, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia and a 2019-2020 Australian Superstar of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) was the chief guest. MGM college Udupi won the overall championship and Alvas college Moodabidri won the Runners-Up trophy.
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