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KL Deemed University students win accolades at AIT, Thailand 

January 5, 2023

KL Deemed-to-be-University students stood as winners in different techno-functional competitions held at the Education Innovation Camp on ‘New Technologies for Development in Thailand. Kshatri Kevin Shyam Singh, a student of KL School of Architecture, and Ashwin John had secured 1st prize in the “Geo-Crowd sourcing Mobile Mapping”. P Karthik, K Chandra Bhanu, and K Satya Narayana, students of Electronics and Computer Engineering, received 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes in the R workshop & Assignment Competition. Muthyala Shruthi, a student at B Arch won first place in the “Mini Innovation Project Presentation”. In the techno-functional competition “GIS Mapping” Sai Karthik, performed a sheet anchor role in the group, and their group received the 1st prize.

In the idea pitching competition, group 1 comprised of Pranav, Chintala, Shruthi, Maram, Kunta, and Chigurupati, who presented their start-up idea as, “WABI-SABI VEGGIES.” This idea was to collect oddly shaped vegetables, supply them to restaurants and develop a sustainable business model. This group received the first prize. These competitions were organized during the Internship-cum-innovation camp and study tour held at the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, from 16th- 29th December 2022.

Talking about the exchange program, Dr. M Kishorebabu, Director, International Relations, KL Deemed to be University said, “43 students of the University had gone for fourteen days International Internship-cum-innovation camp. Students from Business Management, Computer Science, Architecture, Electrical electronics and communications, and other streams participated in the camp. The objective was to enhance students’ learning experience through cross-cultural exposure, innovation, and current trends in the respective fields to take it further for capstone projects.” Dr. A. Ramakrishana, Director, KL Global Business School, Hyderabad, and Dr. L Koteshwara Rao, Principal of Engineering, KLH Hyderabad Campus also spoke at the event.

The students got an opportunity to meet Dr. Siriwan, Vice President of Thammasat University, Bangkok, at a session on Medical info and AI, and also discussed the current academic practices in Thailand. Department of ECM students interacted with Mr. Supun, an expert in Robotics and AI, at KMITL. Business School students met Dr. Sujata Bhatia, Corporate strategy and development, certified professional coach, and owner of FIDA, Thailand. Students got to know about the Indian religion, professional communication, and lifestyle in Thailand. Apart from classroom teaching, students visited other institutions like the National Science and Technology Development Agency, National Science Museum, Safari World, and Panyapiwat Institute of Management (the first and largest Corporate University).

Sharing the excitement, Sana shabnam Sarwar, a BBA student from KLH GBS, said, “This visit has helped me hone my understanding of various technologies and has inspired and ignited me to think innovatively. This exposure was undoubtedly a boon of learning that armed me with relevant knowledge, skills, and experience, which I could utilize in my future endeavour.”

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