The Mathematics department of Kamala Nehru College for Women successfully organized their department fest called Omicron on 25th of this month and had a bunch of interesting things to offer on their mathematical palette. The event was inaugurated by Dr. Girish Mishra, a scientist at Defense Research and Development Organization who talked about the mathematical foundations of cryptology- the study of and art of writing codes and made the always calculating minds aware of its various uses, goals and other related information.
The event was followed a power point presentation competition on the brainstorming topic ‘government and mathematics’ which received participation from colleges like Deshbandhu, Maitreyi and the hosting college participated as well. Umesha and Rakesh from Deshbandhu College took away the trophy.
After these enlightening and brain racking sessions, it was time for fun and creativity. The informal events included Sudoku, poster making, cut and drape in mathematical style, bookmark making, beg borrow and steal and the fun quotient was further increased by the all time favorite and ever green game snake and ladders.
Sandeep from Ramjas College was declared the winner for both the poster as well as the book mark making competition. The fest came to an end by the cake cutting ceremony.
“I want to appreciate the entire Maths department for their coordination and especially the faculty members for guiding us throughout, as the president of Maths department, I myself got to learn a lot throughout the event and I’m glad it became a success, college this event will be cherished by me as well as all the 3rd years forever, thank you.” said the President of the department, Shubhangi Mehta.
Album Credits- Mr. Arabind Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept of Maths, KNC
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