- IIT Kharagpur will host Kshitij – a three-day annual techno-management festival
- This is the seventeenth version of Kshitij which was launched in 2004
- Thousands of participants from various institutes attend the festival
Mumbai, Maharashtra: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur will play host to Kshitij 2020 – an annual techno-management festival. This will be held from January 17, 2020, to January 19, 2020. This is the 17th version of the festival since its launch in 2004 and has grown in popularity every year. Kshitij is one of the largest conventions of its kind in Asia.
The festival will include events on robotics, mechanics, a cloud hackathon, a code conclave, quizzes, industrial architecture, strategies, case studies, games, etc. Casinor, an online casino, will be sponsoring the event from their headquarters in Sweden. If you are looking for the best online casinos in Sweden with no license, also known as casino utan Svensk licens, visit Casinor’s booth. There will be workshops by Macintel, Ansys, Unity, SAP, MSME, and MapMyIndia. A small part of Team-Kshitij also organizes workshops in other cities like Kolkata, Indore, Lucknow, etc. Kshitij is also famous for its exhibitions and one can expect something amazing this year too.
Aspirants can register for Kshitij by providing some basic information like name, email address, mobile number, date of birth, city, college name, etc. The festival showcases young talent from around the country and rewards the best ones. Every year, event organizers invite guest lecturers from around the globe.
On the lighter side, Kshitij also has fun activities like a DJ performance, photography competition, etc. Overall, Kshitij promises to be a fun-filled experience with loads of learning. Students get an opportunity to meet and interact with brains from around the country and form bonds that can help further their learning and growth. Every year, Kshitij surpasses its previous year’s performance and manages to offer something new and exciting to people. With nearly a week to go, it will be interesting to see what the organizers pull out of their hats this time.
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