Students of Sri Gowthami School exhibit skill in ‘Visual Programming’

Students of Sri Gowthami School demonstrated their creative and technical skills in ‘Visual Programming' on Saturday in the school function hall. The participants engaged in activities like storytelling, drawing and games.

Addressing a seminar on ‘Future of Computing’, organised on the sidelines, Pullela Nageswara Rao, Additional Director General, National Academy of Customs, Excise and Narcotics (NACEN), Hyderabad, said students should be inquisitive and develop scientific temper. Mr. Nageswara Rao advised parents to groom their children by exploring their talent.

Delivering keynote address, A. Rajagopal, Lead Principal-Education Training and Assessment, Infosys Limited, Bangalore, said deeper vision and wider understanding were key to the learning process and added that students must not confine themselves to playing games on computers, but they must also create them. He underscored the need for holistic development of students.

V. Nanda Kishore, founder of LCYkids, USA, through a power-point-presentation emphasised the need for proper parental guidance to children. He said parents must ensure proper use of technological advancements by children

Correspondent of Sri Gowthami Educational Institutions Ravi Kumar Sunkara said that 450-odd students formed into 150 teams and exhibited projects using visual programming approach.

Chairman of Sri Gowthami institutions S. Surya Prakasa Rao, Correspondent S. Ravi Kumar, Director S. Mallikarjun Rao, campus heads and others attended the event.