Prodaya ’14 at NIT Uttarakhand

Fest : Prodaya 2014
Fest Type : Techno-Cult Fest
Fest Dates : 18-20 April
Organizing Institute : National Institute Of Technology Uttarakhand

About the Fest 

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Prodaya 2014 is the inaugural national level technical and cultural festival of National Institute of Technology, Uttarakhand. Prodaya has been one of the most eagerly awaited and anticipated college festivals of Uttarakhand. It is one of its kind of a national college festival being organized in the lap of the mighty and beautiful Himalayas witnessing huge participation from hundreds of colleges, with more than a thousand participants competing in over 30 events.
Prodaya 2014 will be organized from April 18th -20th, 2014. Competitions in Prodaya cover a wide variety of fields like Robotics, Quizzing,Coding, Lan Gaming, Musical Performances, Singing, Dancing, Band Performances, Dramatics, Fine Arts and Literature. Our flagship events include cultural performances by internationally acclaimed bands, Robotic Contest, Mathematics Contest (Math-O-Mania), Build the Circuit and Band Wars. 

Prodaya is also organizing National Advance Robotic Workshops (N-ARC) in association with I3Indya, New Delhi in various college of Northern India where the students will be exposed to cutting edge technology and will have the hands-on opportunity to work and build their own gesture controlled robots.
With an aim to increase awareness about the Himalayan Mountains, rivers and to promote tourism in our state that has strongly withstood natural disasters, we are organizing the first of its kind of event by an Indian college- The White Water River Rafting for our participants. This event will provide an invaluable opportunity for the participants to closely observe and appreciate the natural beauty and resources our state has been blessed with while riding on the waves of the mighty Alaknanda River. Along with other flagship events, this event signifies the main theme of Prodaya 2014- Prarambh (A new start), Prakriti (Nature), Pratiyogita (Competition) and Prodyogiki (Technology). 


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