Youth Tech Fest Organized At SRCC Delhi


NEW DELHI — In a bid to encourage youths at the nation’s most prestigious collegeSriram College of Commerce (SRCC) and to mark them aware of high tech benefits  which in turn increases and enhances their performance in their respective fields -Delhi based Online Marketing Platform DVComm.In organized a Tech Fest for the youths for involvement and impacting on their lives and skill sets.

The four day mega event at SRCC college concluded at the capital that witnessed cohesion of high technological involvement with the youth of the nation with the object of educating college goers for the use of advanced technological support system. DVComm.In organized quiz on high tech subjects such as – IT, Internet, Telecom, Wifi Apps and real life related which could be used by the students and the young generation.

The quiz were held twice every day that attracted large number of participants. The company gave away attractive gifts to the winners.

Ritikesh Gupta , a student from SRCC admitted that the participation by DVComm.In has in fact enhanced their thought process particularly with the involvement of the students in the Technology evolving quiz. 

This helped them to know about many ways of how to improve their efficiency in spending less time. The use of WiFi enhancer is an eye opener for all of us,the student added.

They also organized Battbot Race that was popular among the students,for participating in this event – several hundred of students queued along to take part in the Battbot run. Speaking to newsmen Mr Prithvi Rajawat, Marketing Manager of DVComm.In  said  – “ such engagements would help students and youths becoming more awareness about technology that can stand to benefit in a longer run.”

With the grand success of the festival the company expects increases in youth  involvement in the future.

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