TechnoparkToday.com>> “What do you want to do with the prize money if you were to win the ICTAK Techatholon” the extempore round question was sharp, but the students’ response was greatly appreciated by panellists from the Corporates of Technopark. The first ICT Academy of Kerala Techatholon saw some nerve biting instances of sheer talent, confidence and persistence from the participants across Kerala and at the end, Joythi Engineering College Thrissur won the first prize and TocH Institute of Science and Technology finished close second.
UST Global Chief Administrative Officer Shri Alexander Varghese, Technopark CEO Shri Girish Babu, Kerala startup Mission CEO Dr. Jayasankar Prasad, TCS Head for Academic Interface Programme Dr. K. Kesavasamy and the ICT Academy of Kerala CEO Shri Santhosh Kurup awarded the winners with various Prizes. The First prize winners got Rs 100,000 /- sponsored by UST Global and an opportunity to attend a 2 day workshop at the Fablabs setup by Kerala Startup Mission; The second Prize winners won Rs. 50,000/- and 2 day workshop both sponsored by Kerala Startup Mission