Think out of the box to become champions: Fin minister Buggana

Amaravati: Finance and skill development minister Buggana Rajendranath has said that students should think out of the box to bring their creative skills to make them champions. He said that students should start making experiments with their ideas to succeed and reach their goals. Buggana released the Poly Tech Fest 2022 poster here on Tuesday.
Speaking on the occasion, Buggana said that Poly Tech Fest is actually planned to conduct as a annual event but the government could not organize it in the last two years following the outbreak of covid. He complimented the technical education commissioner C Nagarani for taking initiative to organize the event during the current academic year well in advance.
Technical education commissioner, Nagarani said that “Poly Tech Fest-2022,” would take place in Vijayawada from November 24 26. “It would stimulate students’ creativity and innovative thinking so they can come up with new ideas to face the challenges,” said Nagarani. She said that Poly Tech Fest is an annual technical fest organized by the department of technical education, where students can congregate, exchange information, skills, and technological applications. She explained that about 84 government and 173 private polytechnics will take part in the Tech Fest in the upcoming event.
She said that the tech fest 2022 is anticipated to feature more than 800 creative student rewarding the best projects at district level with Rs. 25,000 while the runner-up will receive Rs. 10,000. Similarly, the best project at the state level would receive Rs. 1,00,000 followed by Rs. 50,000 for the second place and Rs. 25,000/- for the third place. Nagarani said they have decided to grant cash awards for the first time with a view to encourage the talented brains. Joint director V Padma Rao, secretary of SBTET K Vijaya Bhaskar and other DTE officials participated.