GYANNIS ’22 | Event Date: Thursday, 15th, September 2022
Gyannis’22 – Project Competition for School Students was conducted by the School of Engineering and Technology on 15 September 2022.The event was conducted to celebrate the Engineer’s Day. In this competition, the students displayed and demonstrated the working models of their project. 61 teams comprising of 154 students from 10 different schools participated in the competition. A team of experts evaluated the projects based on the rubrics formed by the expert committee. Students participated in this event as a team with a maximum of three members in a team. The topic of the project can be in any area.
The projects were categorized into four sections based on the year of study of the students as follows:
Section A -VIII Standard
Section B – IX Standard
Section C – X Standard
Section D – XI and XII Standards
The winners are as follows:
EIGHTH STANDARD STREAM:
First Prize – Velammal International School – Sound Following Robot
Second Prize – BKM School – Pin Hole Camera
Third Prize – St. John’s Higher Secondary School – Brain Rain
NINTH STANDARD STREAM:
First Prize – CDS Public School – Pharamacy 2.0
Second Prize – MCC Metric HS School – Smart Safe Driver Third
Prize – BKM School – Hydraulic Crane
TENTH STANDARD STREAM:
First Prize – Anita Methodist School – IR Remote Control Car
Second Prize – Anita Methodist School – Anti Sleep Alarm
Third Prize – MCC Metric HS School – security Robot
11th & 12TH STANDARD STREAM:
First Prize – Hindustan International School – SASS
Second Prize – MCC Metric HS School – Smart City
Third Prize – BKM School – Obstacle Avoidance Robot
Also, an online quiz competition was conducted for the first-year students of the School of Engineering and Technology. The winners of the competition were honoured with cash prize.
Winners of Inline Quiz:
First Prize - Paul Steve Juanian R. 22112113, B.Tech. CSE
Second Prize - Jovanj B. 22112039, B.Tech. CSE
Third Prize - K.Saikrishna 22127002, B.Tech. IT
The Engineer’s Day celebration concluded with the Valedictory Programme. Mr. Satheesh Rajamani, Vice President of BGR Energy Systems and Alumnus of HITS (Mech’92) was the Chief Guest. In his speech, he insisted students to be life-long learners and adapt for changes.
The presidential address was delivered by Dr. S. N. Sridhara, Vice Chancellor, HITS. He enlightened the students with the importance of Engineering in making the life better.
The Welcome Address was delivered by Dr. Pon Ramalingam, Registrar. Dr. D.S.John Deva Prasanna, AP, CSE, Coordinator of the event presented a report on Gyannis’22. Dr. Angelina Geetha, Dean E&T, introduced the Chief Guest. The Vote of Thanks was proposed by Dr. Kumaraguru Diderot, Associate Professor, ECE, Coordinator of the event