A two-day computer project exhibition and competition (COMPEC) concluded at the
A myriad of students from 40 universities from across the country participated and showcased their projects which included over five categories including electromechanical system, information system and communication system. The first prize of
Alongside the exhibition, the third computer and information technology symposium was also held. The students presented 40 research papers at the symposium.
Chief organiser and EME head of
He said that they invited students from all over
"We provide a platform to undergraduates from all over
He said they also invite different software companies so that they can hire talented youth.
Khan said that
He regretted that there was a sense of despondency in the youth, who prefer to go abroad after completing their education. "It is now our responsibility to stop that brain drain so that these young people could work whole heartedly for the progress of the country."
Computer Engineering Department Prof Farooqe Azam said, "Our biggest achievement was to unite the whole of
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