Visakhapatnam: A large number of students participated in the Vizag edition of ‘Alt Hack’ which started here on Friday. Organized by the blockchain and Web 3.0 education pioneer, IBC, the event aims to inspire young students of Andhra Pradesh to learn new technologies and create solutions using Web 3.0 by bringing in business orientation to students from major business leaders, teach them about work and technology and help them come up with breakthrough ideas and build them.
Participating in the hackathon, director of NASSCOM Center of Excellence IoT and AI Kalyan Mangalapalli pointed out the importance of industry-institute collaboration to ensure training to implement the plan in the areas all work. The President of Gayatri Vidya Parishad P Srinivasa Rao said that learning for students should go beyond classrooms and should be involved in exploring new technologies.
Speaking on the occasion, AP Innovation Society executive director Ch Lavanya said that hackathons help students collaborate with industry leaders and exchange ideas.
Founder and Managing Director of IBC P Abhishek said that it is a productive platform for students to be guided by senior lecturers and get hands-on experience in technologies.
The platform aims to engage participants to learn, think, think and generate new ideas. The event that started on Friday will continue until December 23.