Technology, innovations, and Research will make India ‘Atamnirbhar Bharat’: Dattatreya

Gurugram: Synergy-2022, the 3-day tech fest organized by SGT University, Gurugram, concluded today. Haryana Governor Sh. Bandaru Dattatreya was the chief guest of the concluding ceremonies. Dr. Subhas Sarkar, Union Minister of State for Education and Sh. Atul Kothari National Secretary, Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, were the guests of honour.

Chancellor of the University Padmashree Ram Bahadur Rai, Vice Chancellor Dr. OP Kalra, Managing Trustee Sh. Manmohan Singh Chawla, Chairperson Smt. Madhupreet Kaur Chawla and other senior functionaries of the University were present.

Speaking on this occasion, Sh. Dattatreya said that the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was making endeavours to make education employment oriented by implementing the New Education Policy. Like the Centre, the Haryana government was also committed to provide quality education to students. He said that the Universities have a bigger role to play in providing quality higher education to the students. The Governor said that technology, innovations, and research are very important in this competitive world and these three can make India ‘Atamnirbhar Bharat’.

Lauding SGT University’s role in the field of education, the Governor said that the Synergy being organized by the University will help students in learning new technologies, innovations and develop a knack for research in them. He also praised the University for taking steps to implement NEP-2020.

SYNERGY-2022 hosted over 22,000 students from 180 plus schools and over 40 colleges across the Delhi-NCR region. At the mega techno fest, highlights were the tech innovations on display, among them MRI Gloves, Forensic Drones, Electric Bike, Electric Cycle, Electric Go-Kart, and Electric Vintage Car. Students also showcased various projects in the domains of Robotics and EV Vehicles.

A range of projects from different departments at SGT, including Allied Sciences, Dentistry, and Agriculture, Mass Communication, and Behavioural Sciences etc were also presented. Some of the projects developed are in collaboration with the government and private entities. During the course of the event, students and educators interacted and networked with students, working professionals, and participating colleges. Additionally, the event also witnessed enthralling, neck-to-neck competitions in areas such as Nukkad Natak which focused on contemporary social issues, Robotics, and Drones, where students showcased their innovations and talent, much to the delight of the audience and organisers. Innovative projects in science and technology, working models from medical sciences, management, and humanities, etc were also demonstrated as part of the 3-day festival.


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