“Love for Technology” the second edition of Royal Global University RGU Technology Festival was conducted on the 29th of June 2022. The event started with the inauguration ceremony followed by the number of technical events and concluded with the cultural night of Technophilia 2.0, where the band – Urban Breeze- performed.
Inauguration Ceremony at RGU Technology Festival
For the Inauguration Ceremony at the RGU Technology Festival, the Chairman of the Technical Board of IIT Guwahati, Prof. (Dr.) Chivakulu Devraj Sastri attended the inauguration session as the Guest of Honor. The other dignitaries who graced the occasion were Vice Chancellor of RGU, Prof. (Dr). SP Singh, RGU Chairperson (Academics) Prof. Alak Kumar Buragohain, RGU Registrar, Dr. Diganta Munshi, and Prof. (Dr.) Anuradha Devi, Dean of RSAPS, RGU. The inaugural function was also attended by many technology savy participants from across the state and as well as by the students of RGU and faculty members.
Prof. (Dr.) Chivakulu Devraj Sastri during the inauguration session said that this kind of festival teaches how our skills matter, not the number of degrees we hold. He said, “We should try to come out of our comfort zone.” Prof (Dr.) SP Singh lauded the festival and said that more of such festivals should happen in every institute. He added, “Be not afraid of failures and make them the stairs to your success.”
Prof. Alak Kumar Buragohain expressed that the youths are the torch bearers of innovation, and we can rely on them to bring changes into the world.
It needs to be mentioned that around 1400 participants across Assam participated in the various technological events which were organized on the first day of the festival- including Algosmash – a coding competition, mobile photography, structural designing and Rob-O-lympics.
Thus, the Computer Science department of RGU also released the departmental magazine – “Projukti” during the inauguration session. The festival will conclude on 30th June evening with a grand valedictory program.
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