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Apocalypse is an intra-college technical symposium conducted every year by the Electronics Engineers Association for the second year and pre-final year students of various departments of MIT. As the name indicates, Apocalypse brings out the skills and talents of the students. This year, Apocalypse was organized on 28th and 29th of September. There were around 25 events covering analog electronics, digital electronics, robotics, networking and communication. General events like quiz, wise-prof, C-coding, treasure hunt were also conducted. Around 200 students are participated in each events with 800+ registrations. The overall participation in this event is more than 1000.Valedictory function was held at the Seminar Hall of the Department of Electronics Engineering. The winners of all the events were awarded with cash prizes and certificates by Dr. M Kannan, the Head of the Department of Electronics Engineering. Cash prizes worth Rs. 35,000/- was awarded to the students
Electrofocus 20xx is a National level Symposium, conducted by the Electronics Engineers Association (EEA) of Department of Electronics, which is aimed at bringing out the innovator and engineer in you. A lot of interesting technical and non- technical events will be conducted which will cater the varied interests of all the students. There are technical workshops conducted for the technically inclined students. All the events conducted have quality as expected from our esteemed institute, Madras Institute of Technology. The broad-based education, coupled with the practice-oriented training, in this institute, has enabled the students of MIT to handle with skill and succeed in a wide variety of technical problems.Madras Institute of Technology has developed into an important centre of engineering education and earned an excellent reputation in India and abroad. The learning is not just limited to the students from our institute , but is exploited to bring in the best of almost everyone, through this symposium.This year it falls between JAN 31- FEB 2.