Congratulations to Sharunkumar II-CSE who has been drafted by VB Kanchi Veerans of TNPL, Tamilnadu Premier Cricket League. Sona is proud to be a part of his success and wish him all the best in this tournament and all his future endeavours!
Sona college students from salem, Tamilnadu paraded along with Indian military, Navy, Air force and other Para-military forces at Rajpath New Delhi.
They selected Sona college students were selected in the among lakhs of student-volunteers with the competition for places being so tough.
Two of the NCC students of Sona college of technology ( Top Engineering College in Tamilnadu ), salem, Miss. S. Kavya and Miss.K. J.Sangeetha sri had participated in 71st National Republic Day celebration 2020 held at India Gate to Rajpath in New Delhi. They were selected keeping in view their overall performance for the parade, cultural activities, proficiency to participate in the debate on different social issues, and ability to depict the culture of their state.
They were a part of the prime minister’s rally on Jan 28th 2020,held at Cariappa Parade Ground. They stayed in DG NCC camp site for a month. They got a chance to meet General Manoj Mukund Naravane (COAS), Admiral Karambir Singh (CNS),Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria (CAS),Chief minister of Delhi Mr.Arvind Kejriwal and many more dignitaries there. They witnessed Army day parade on Jan 15 at Cariappa Parade Ground. It was an awesome experience being there for them, representing the state. It was a brand new experience withstanding the cold, having full rehearsals with other directores, bands and the horses. The camp made them feel the unity pervailent in our nation and the competitive nature they had to win. They witnessed the enthralling experience of national glory depiction, where a large crowd was treated to a spectacular parade featuring marching contingents, cultural tableaus, amazing precision flying sequences, dare-devil motorcycle riding by women constables of CRPF and more. It was added with marvellous display of India’s military might, cultural diversity, social and economic progress.
They also had chances to visit the President’s and Prime minister’s home. They were a part of the prime minister’s rally on Jan 28th 2020, held at Cariappa Parade Ground. They marched and saluted our Prime Minister Narendra Modi with dignity. They got chances to celebrate festivals with other directores which increased the level of bonding. Feeling proud on being selected and marched in 71st Republic Day.
Department of IT Congratulates Mr.Avinash Ram of final year, IT for successfully completing an internship programme working on the title “Bush Fire Precautions and Resource Allocation using AI and IoT” from 11th to 24th December 2019 @ Swinburne University, Australia.
One step door to attain excellence at SONA is brought to light through the summer immersion program opportunity at Australia seized by our students. In this light, sona college, being best engineering college, is one in thousand in the entire nation to be bestowed the opportunity recognizing the talent of our students.
The fame is conferred by our own students Avinash Ram, B.Tech., IT 4th year, and Hari Hara Sudhan, B.E., EEE 3rd year. This Foreign technical training program on BushFire Precautions and Resource Allocation Using AI and IoT, and Automated Irrigation System is provided by SwinburneUniversity, Australia during December 2019.
Professor Ajay Kapoor, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International Research Engagement & Development), Swinburne University of Technology, Australia and Vijay Subramanian, Swinburne University Research visited Sona on 2nd January 2020 to strengthen the ties between the two institutions Swinburne and Sona
collaborate in offering programs related to nourishment of teaching-learning
process at Sona
pursue joint research projects and to promote faculty and student exchange
organize and conduct joint conference, seminars, workshops, short-term courses
organize outreach programme in the frontier research areas and joint
lush greenery plants with blossom bringing solace to the eyes and enhancing the
carbon footprint at the GREEN BUILDING of Sona Campus
entirely GREEN FOLIAGE on the Rooftop/Terrace of SONA CAMPUS at Zero to minimal Water
management technique and reduced maintenance
another step to increase the coolness of the building and environment is made
at SONA with minimal maintenance, reduced volume of
irrigation, zero damage to the rooftop only with a look and feel of greenery amongst
the scholastic buildings