Amrita Students Bag Tata Consultancy Services' Best Student Project Award 2014
The Best Student Project Award 2014, instituted by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), has been given to three students of Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore campus. The project selected this year was in the area of Cyber Security, titled “Novel Methods to Preserve Privacy of Mobile Devices.” The winners, Divya C., Harini S. and Pradisa S., were Engineering students in Computer Science and graduated this year from the university.
The award was presented by Mr. Anand Kumar, Principal Consultant, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) at a function held at the Amrita University's Coimbatore Campus. This award, constituted by TCS, the largest IT/ITES service provider in the country was introduced in the year 2006 for the best student project by final year students in any branch of Engineering with relevance to Computer Science studying in institutions in India.
The students, while receiving the award, spoke about the four fruitful years they spent here in the campus and dedicated this award to their parents, fellow classmates and above all to their guide, Sabarish B. A., Assistant Professor at Department of Information Technology, School of Engineering, Coimbatore Campus, without whom they felt the project would have remained a dream.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anand Kumar of TCS, highlighted the relevance of the project, especially in the context of internet of things and the need for privacy in an ever expanding world due to technology. He also appreciated the effort of the University to keep pace fast changing technological advances. Prof. Parameswaran, Director, Corporate and Industry Relations, spoke about the growing relation between TCS and Amrita University over the years, and thanked TCS for their wholehearted support.
Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore
October 25, 2014