Srinagar The felicitation ceremony for participants of the technological fest Tech Know organized by Cyber Crew the students IT club of DPS Srinagar, was held on Monday in theSchool premises.
The event was graced by Minister for Social Welfare, ARI & Trainings and Science & Technology Sajjad Gani Lone, Director Information Muneer-ul-Islam and Commissioner Secretary Education Farooq Shah. Chairman DP Dhar Memorial trust Mr Vijay Dhar, Principal DPS Srinagar – Balasubramanian Murali, Vice Principal – Mrs Shafaq Ahsan as well as all incharge academics were also present.
The dignitaries felicitated the participants and distributed certificates of participation among them. Certificates were also distributed among the representatives of sponsors i.e. HK Cements, Khyber Milk, Big 92.7 FM, Rising Kashmir, Digiway and Paper Square. Pertinent to mention here, Tech Know is an annual cyber festival organized by the students IT club of DPS Srinagar at their own level without any assistance from the school. More than 30 schools of the valley are participating in the fest where student mentors provide hands on training in various aspects of Information technology like Robotics and Website Development.
The dignitaries expressed their appreciation and delight at the yeoman services rendered by school towards developing IT skills of youth in the valley, as well as developing a culture of mentorship that allows students to evolve as autonomous mentors. Speaking on the occasion, the chairman Mr Vijay Dhar laid out the future course of action for the event as reaching out to government schools, and underprivileged schools to enhance capacity development. Cyber Crew members Mouzam Khursheed and Tuafeeq Shah presented the vote of thanks after a brief presentation on the evolution and aims of Cyber Crew.
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