PHYSICS FEST “CONSTELLATION” -2K20 @ ADITYA DEGREE COLLEGE, KAKINADA
The department of Physics had grandly organized a Fest named “CONSTELLATION – 2020” which had been a success at Aditya Degree College, Kakinada. The Convener of the Fest Dr.B.E.V.L Naidu, the Chief Guest Dr.V.Raghavendra, Associate Professor, Aditya Engineering College; the Guest of honor B.Vamsi Krishna, Lecturer in Physics, Aditya IIT Campus and the dignitaries of the event inaugurated the technical exhibition in Physics and then started the program by lightening the lamp and a prayer song. Addressing the gathering he stated that the Physics plays a key role in this present generation of Rockets and the science beyond. For every new invention Physics and its formulae are involved and used. So, students have to opt intellectual fields as such to become renowned Scientists and Researchers for the benefit of the Nation. The Chief Guest Dr.V.Raghavendra, delivered his message by recalling the most intellectual scientists in the field of Physics such as Issac Newton, Gallelio, Einstein, Mercury and their contributions. He also paid his tributes to the Scientists of ISRO for their unending efforts in protecting and uplifting the fame of the Nation. He gave a call to the students to be as such. The Guest of honor B.Vamsi Krishna, stated that the students who opts Physics will definitely have better development and best carrier opportunities in their lives. he appreciated the management and the students for organizing a Fest as such. Later prizes and certificates were distributed to the students, through the hands of Dignitaries, who had won in the competitions like Quiz, Power Point Presentation, Poster Presentation, Project Exhibition and Fun games. Dr. N.Sesha Reddy, Chairman, Sri.N.Krishna Deepak Reddy, Secretary, Aditya Educational Institutions appreciated the Physics Department. The Vice Principal, Sri.Ch.V.V.Styanarayana, Campus In charge Sri.N.Murthy, HOD of the department of Physics Sri.M.Narayanarao, the Program coordinator Smt.K.Bhanurekha and the faculty members and the students of Physics participated in the Fest.