‘The Engineers and Doctors must sit across the table to share their expertise so as to find technological solutions for speedy recovery of the patients. In addition to this if medical tools are manufactured in India itself, the Patients will surely be benefited due to the cost factor’ – opined Sri U.T. Khader, Minister for Health and Family Welfare while inaugurating the Annual Techno cultural fest ‘Annadyanta-2016’ at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. He further added that the Technocrats should always try to help the society around for its all-round development so as to make India march forward with confidence.
Sri Neeraj Kumar, Vice President, Wipro was Chief Guest of the function. In his speech, he stressed on the need of imbibing EQ with IQ since emotional bondage will facilitate the students to develop pro-people attitude throughout their lives. In his Presidential address, Prof. N.R. Shetty, Chairman of Karnataka Universities Review Commission gave call to the students to take active interest in art and culture so as to widen their vision.
Sri Arjun Janya, Singer and Composer of Sandlwood, Ms. Aishani Shetty, Cineactress entertained the gathering with their enchanting songs. In the beginning Dr. H.C. Nagaraj, Principal, NMIT welcomed the gathering. In this fest more than 3000 students from 40 Engineering Colleges across India are participating in various Techno-Cultural competitions lined up till the evening of 5th of this month.