TCS Award for the Best Student 2017

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A ceremony was held at PEC University of Technology, on 15th February 2017,  to give away the TCS Award for the Best Student. The award was presented to Mr. Nikhil Arora, a fourth year student of Electrical Department(B.E). The award comprised a gold medal, a certificate and a cash price of Rs. 10,000. 

The parameters taken into consideration for deciding the winner included the various positions of responsibilities held by the student, his/her participation in technical, cultural and social activities,along with the student's academic excellence. 

The dignitaries who graced the ceremony with their presence included Director PEC, Dr. Manoj K. Arora, Dean Alumni, Corporate and International Relations, Prof. K. K. Gogna, Dean Student Affairs, Dr. Perminderjit Singh, Senior Executive, TCS, Mr. Ajay Singh and Academic Relations Manger- North (TCS), Mr. Rajat Sikka.

The opportunity was open to students across all Depts and programmes including B.E. and M.E.

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