Pune:

KPIT Technologies has announced that it has received 1,500 ideas from over 10,500 engineering and science students across 300 colleges in India for KPIT Sparkle 2017—an annual national design and development innovation contest. Top 35 shortlisted teams will exhibit their solutions through working prototypes at the grand finale, scheduled on February 18 and 19 at the Deccan College Ground in Pune.

The winners of this contest would be finalized by a panel of eminent jurors. The winners would be announced at an award ceremony on February 19 where cash prizes of over Rs 20 lakh would be given away. Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar would be chief guest.

KPIT Sparkle 2017, in association with College of Engineering, Pune aims at fostering a culture of innovation and critical thinking among engineering and science students across colleges in India. This year’s theme was Smart Cities and revolved around creating solutions for Smart Transportation and Smart Infrastructure.

ArvinshEventsGeneralNewsPune: KPIT Technologies has announced that it has received 1,500 ideas from over 10,500 engineering and science students across 300 colleges in India for KPIT Sparkle 2017—an annual national design and development innovation contest. Top 35 shortlisted teams will exhibit their solutions through working prototypes at the grand finale, scheduled...Collobrative Intelligence News and updates