Guru Nanak Institute of Technology

‘Electrofusion 4.0’ a tech fest organised by GNIT

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Posted on 27 Sep 2022
12:57 PM
Students at 'Electrofusion 4.0' organised by Dept of ECE, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology (GNIT)

Students at 'Electrofusion 4.0' organised by Dept of ECE, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology (GNIT) Source: Guru Nanak Institute of Technology

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Summary
The fest had 8 events- Codethesis, Model Display, Percepthon, Line Follower, Quizzical, Knight & Fight, Shutter Up & E-Football
The mind-boggling ideas came to light in Percepthon, where each presentation was better than the other

Mind-triggering events with a twist of electronics - Electrofusion 4.0 organized by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology (GNIT) saw dreams come to life.

For the last three years this year also Electrofusion 4.0, took place on the 23rd and 24th of September with a footfall of 150 participants, from 50 colleges, the enthusiasm was at its zenith. The fest had 8 events- Codethesis, Model Display, Percepthon, Line Follower, Quizzical, Knight & Fight, Shutter Up & E-Football.

Under Gaming events, Free-kick pushed the limits of participants, where Ayan Sarkar an ECE student at GNIT won the 2nd position. Meanwhile, Knight and Fight explored the limits of the players. Parthib Bose, a Physics Hons. student at Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College bagged the third prize.

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The mind-boggling ideas came to light in Percepthon, where each presentation was better than the other. The knowledge and presence of mind were tested in Quizzical with tricky and interesting questions. The charm of the fest was our very own robotics event- Line follower. With tracks made with utmost precision, the control of the participants was tested, both on their nerves, and the bot.

The robotics event 'Line follower' was the charm of the fest.

The robotics event 'Line follower' was the charm of the fest. Source: Guru Nanak Institute of Technology

Coders faced each other and dared to chase the winning title of Codethesis. Darpan Bhattacharya a BSC in computer science (Hons) student at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary College secured the 2nd position.

Additionally, photographers assembled to showcase their skills in Shutterup, while amazing pitches were presented in Model Display.

Students showcasing their photography skills.

Students showcasing their photography skills. Source: Guru Nanak Institute of Technology

All the events were concluded successfully, and the deserving participants came out with flying colours. The event promotes the zeal for innovation and creativity in students. The legacy of ‘electronic fusion’ will be continued in the same way.

Last updated on 27 Sep 2022
12:57 PM
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