Ample 2012 at SV College of Engineering, Tirupati on Jan 11, 2012

A National level technical symposium “ AMPLE – 2012 ” is being organized by SV Engineering Colleges (SVCE & SVEW) Tirupati.

It is a marvelous platform for budding Engineers.

A National Student Technical Symposium is being organized on 11-01-2012. This contest is expected to encourage inquisitiveness and aptitude to research in the talented young students. This event also gives the participants ample opportunity for exchanging their views and sharing knowledge with wide spectrum of students.

It is a National Level Technical Symposium- Paper Presentation Contest.


Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Nano Technology
  • Wireless Communication
  • VLSI and Embedded Systems
Electrical Engineering
  • Soft computing Techniques to Power Systems
  • Non Conventional Energy Resources
  • FACTS Devices
  • Power Electronics and Drives
Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology
  • Cloud Computing
  • Web Mining
  • Information Security
  • Business Intelligence
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