Abhiyantriki, the annual technical festival orchestrated by K.J. Somaiya College Of Engineering is on 11th and 12th of October.
Starting from 1998, Abhiyantriki is revamping over the years and it gets bigger and bigger. In Abhiyantriki, the arena is brimming with thousands of students coming from institutes all over Maharashtra. The main aim of Abhiyantriki is to give technical wisdom to the students by giving them exposure and knowledge of technology. By collaborating and associating with various organizations and their mega projects, Abhiyantriki gives a significant amount of cognition to the students.
Over the years, Abhiyantriki has been graced by the presence of BARC, ISRO, DRDO, DAE, the esteemed Indian Army, Maharashtra State Transport Ministry and has also hosted distinguished personalities such as late Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Abhas Mitra, R. Chidambaram, Hetal Kotak, Saloni Suri, Rohit Suri, and countless others, making the fest one of the greatest in Mumbai.
Abhiyantriki has a plethora of events and expos which covers each and every domain of technology. Various competitive events are conducted by the technical councils of the college like MESA, CodeCell, IEEE, EESA, IETE, and many others. There are numerous expos such as the Auto Expo where various supercars, super bikes and vintage cars with the most unique designs and modifications are displayed.
Tech expo is the heart of Abhiyantriki where the students collaborate with various organizations which show their technology and mega projects to the students. Internship expo which is a large scale hiring platform provides various opportunities to students of all kinds of domains. Prominent speakers are invited for the Speaker-Panel Sessions to enlighten the students about the current tech scenario. With a running footfall of over 15,000 in Abhiyantriki ‘18, it has undergone a steep incline in popularity and reach and is going to be even grander this year.
Visit their website to know more: http://kjsce-abhiyantriki.org/
By the K. J. Somiaya College of Engineering Students’Council.