KOZHIKODE: Tathva, the three-day annual techno-management festival of the National Institute of Technology, Calicut (NIT-C), concluded on the institute campus, near here, on Sunday.
Preceded by a week of lectures, Tathva was filled with more lectures as well as workshops and exhibitions.
The final day featured the finals of the much-heralded ‘Transporter,’ a Robotics event, and ‘Contraption,’ which saw simple tasks being made as complex as possible using as many energy transformations as possible. Other events on Sunday included ‘Signal Maestro’ and ‘Recharge.’
The User 2 Hacker workshop had a positive response.
The highlight of the day were the lectures by Prabhakaran Paleri, Head of the Department of the School of Management Studies, NIT-C, on “Skills for surviving a professional career” and Pradeepkumar P. of the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, on “Chandrayaan-1 and finding of water on the moon.”