EDUCATION

UIT Holds Computing Expo 2019

KARACHI – Usman Institute of Technology (UIT) affiliated with NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, has organized ‘The Computing Expo’ exhibition held at the UIT Hall. The exhibition featured numerous ICT based projects from 1st and 3rd semester students. The exhibition was attended by Dr. Syed Zahir Ali, director UIT along with faculty, staff, members of the press and media.

The exhibition projects on display included 80 different projects. On the initiative undertaken by forward thinking educators- Mr. Shehroz Shamim, Mr. Talha Khan, and Mr. Zia Uddin. Students from Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Software Engineering disciplines developed ICT projects for industrial implementation that will help to overcome societal issues.

UIT stated that – “By organizing the Computing Expo at its premises UIT students showcased numerous innovative technology projects that have been thought-out and built by 1st and 3rd semester students of the highly esteemed electrical engineering, computer science and software engineering departments of the institute. Moreover, keeping in light that these projects were created with limited resources, UIT is proud to be the beacon and guiding light for students to put their skills and knowledge to practical use. The institute works towards creating a marked difference in our students by preparing them to create jobs rather than finding jobs.”

“By organizing the Computing Expo at its premises UIT students showcased numerous innovative technology projects that have been thought-out and built by 1st and 3rd semester students of the highly esteemed electrical engineering, computer science and software engineering departments of the institute. Moreover, keeping in light that these projects were created with limited resources, UIT is proud to be the beacon and guiding light for students to put their skills and knowledge to practical use. The institute works towards creating a marked difference in our students by preparing them to create jobs rather than finding jobs.”

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