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EngineersHub to host AliensFest from Oct 6

Hyderabad, Aug 27 (UNI) City-based EngineersHub, a platform that enables young engineers connect with technology experts, announced that it will host a two-day third Edition of AliensFest, a Technology and Startup Festival from October 6.



AliensFest will be organized by EngineersHub in collaboration with TBI (Technology Business Incubator), BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus, and in association with Collab House and Code Beat.


Engineering, Management Students, Startup and Techies interested in improving their knowledge, network are invited to the fest.

Sharing these details to the media here on Monday, AliensFest Head of Operations Sreerag Nambiar said that the two-day event this year will host 50 speakers from diverse technologies all around the world, 10 plus Technology Experience Zones, 25 plus Workshops, 50 plus Student Prototypes and much more.

Entry to the every workshop is on a first-come first-serve basis

The best technology experts from around the world who will address various sessions include Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Electric Cars, Virtual Reality, Construction Technology, Aero Dynamics, Inspirational Talks, Robotics, Internet of Things, Super Capacitors, Mechanical Designs and many more.

The other eminent business and technology speakers included SatyarthPriyedarshi - Jio Chat, Rajendra Nimje – Director General, Centre for Good Governance, Government of Telangana and 50 more speakers across India.

Founder of AliensFest D Manoj Raj said that the theme of the fest is “The Transformation”. More than 1500 students from across India from states like Gujarat, Delhi, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra and 5000 students from Telangana State are expected to participate in the conference. More than 10,000 footfall is expected over the two days of the event, he added.

“It is the platform for students to learn, experience and connect with the latest technologies and meet experts and mentors from diverse industries”, Mr Raj added.
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