• MSU’s budding engineers to add more colour to ‘Paramarsh’12 in Vadodara
     August 25th, 2012     Kunal     Posted in Education In Gujarat, Gujarat in News
    From glass etching to graphology, budding engineers of M S University’s Faculty of Technology and Engineering (FTE) are all set to add more colour to ‘Paramash’12’ with a series of workshops.

    The biggest non-technical event of west zone – Paramarsh’ 12 – will be organized this year between September 14 and September 16.

    “This year, we are organizing three new workshops – ‘The PERMA-Etch’, ‘Life in Cursive’ and ‘To Corporate Odyssey’,” says FTE student Ameya Dixit.

    ‘PERMA-Etch’ workshop that will be conducted by artist Anuj Poddar will teach participants the art of printing an image on a glass piece at a specific layer and uniformly.

    “Poddar can carve a person’s face from a concrete like piece of glass. Also few people related to the world of carving, know about this unique art, which the students are not only going to be taught but also will be given a perfect guidance to perform,” says Dixit, adding that while on the first day of the workshop the participants will be taught all the basic concept of glass etching, on the next day, participants will themselves etch their own face from a previously submitted photograph under Poddar’s guidance.

    ‘Life in Cursive’ will be a workshop based on the art of graphology. This workshop will be conducted by Rajesh Johri, owner of the Mumbai-based Institute of Power of Handwriting.

    “To Corporate Odyssey is a training workshop in which the participants will be given training about campus interviews,” adds Dixit.