Send entries before Feb. 26
Bengaluru: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading IT Services, consulting and business solutions organisation, and the Board for IT Education Standards (BITES), an autonomous body promoted by Government of Karnataka in association with IT industries and educational institutions, are rolling out the ninth edition of the Engineering IT Quiz — TCS TechBytes. The quiz is open for engineering students (BE/BTech) of all streams and semesters in Karnataka.
TCS TechBytes, a campus outreach programme strives to provide a better understanding of IT to students of all streams of engineering. The objective is to enhance the knowledge and awareness of students and enable them to compete in the fast paced technology intensive industry.
Each institution can send 10 teams (two students per team) to participate in the Regional Finals of the quiz through an internal selection process. There is no participation fee. Entries have to be sent by the respective institutions before Feb. 26 to: email@example.com or The Coordinator, BITES-TCS IT Quiz, BITES, IIIT-B Campus,2nd Floor, Innovation Centre,26/C, Electronics City Phase 1, Hosur Road, Bengaluru – 560100, Ph: 080-41235889. For more information visit www.bites.org.in
The Regional Level Quiz will be conducted at the following six locations: Mangaluru – March 6, Mysuru – March 8, Kalaburagi – March 12, Hubballi – March 13, Tumakuru – March 15 and Bengaluru – March 21. The State Finals will also be held at Bengaluru on March 21.
Winners at both the Regional and State Finals will receive educational scholarships and other attractive prizes from TCS. The quiz will focus on application of technology across various sectors and aspects such as: the technology environment, the business, its people, new trends, legends, etc. It will also focus on emerging areas such as: digital, cloud computing, telecom, social media, big data, artificial intelligence, biometrics, mobility and robotics, besides covering personalia — international and national, software products, history of IT and areas where IT has made an impact such as education, entertainment, books, multimedia, music, movies, internet, banking, advertising, sports, gaming, social networking, cell phones, etc.
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