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Joshiana 7.0 to be inaugurated on September 28 at SJEC

Published On : 27 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The seventh edition of Joshiana, the annual national level IT Fest organized by the Department of Computer Applications at St Joseph Engineering College – Vamanjoor, here is scheduled for September 28 and 29. The fest will be inaugurated on Septembe 28 at 9.30 am by K Srinivas Rao, director – software quality assurance at Robosoft Technologies – Udupi.

The inauguration will be held at Bishop Aloysius Paul Hall. Joshiana will include competitions for the students of MCA, MS, MSc, MTech and BE (CS and IS) courses. The event is expected to witness the participation of students from Colleges across the region.







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