Green technology is the need of the hour

Students should keep track of the new things related to science and technology

By Author  |  Published: 19th Feb 2017  11:25 pmUpdated: 19th Feb 2017  8:33 pm
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Warangal Urban: The Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal (KITSW) in association with Indian Society for Technical Education( ISTE) chapter organised a three-day national-level student technical fest Sumshodini ‘ 17 at its campus here from February 16 to 18.

A Gopal Rao, Chairman & Managing director, TSNPDCL said that the development of any country depends on the usage of technology and power. “In India, power consumption per capita is 750 units, but in the US, it is 12500 units and the challenge is to produce more power, but we also need to adopt green technology,” he said.

Special chief guest Dr BVN Charyulu, Scientist-G and Deputy project Director, HSDV, DRDL, said that Hyderabad has underscored the need to increase the allocations to the research and development. He urged the students to go for research after obtaining the PG degree.
BVN Charyulu mentioned that we have invented supersonic aircraft which has a speed almost equal to the sound. But our challenge is to adopt hypersonic ie five times greater speed aircraft invention.

The fest involves many technical and non-technical events. All the departments such as Civil Engineering(CE), Mechanical Engineering (ME), Electronics and communication Engineering(ECE), Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE), Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (EIE), Information Technology (IT) and MBA, organised several events as part of Sumshodhini, said Director Dr Y Manohar.

KITSW Executive committee member Dr V Vishwanadha Rao and other management members, graced the occasion. Principal Prof P venkateswara Rao, Deans, Dean student affairs Dr K Sridhar, coordinators Prof K V Raghu Babu and Dr B Rama Devi, all the deans, all the HODs, faculty coordinators, student coordinators Shiva Prasad, PRO Dr D Prabhakara Chary were present.