HYDERABAD: University of Sindh students have developed a number of software/hardware projects including security system, electronic Covid-19 protection cap, development of more cost-effective telecommunication system, etc. . They also prepared for the deployment of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) in the corporate environment. , vehicle security system and audiovisual collection of the country’s Sufis.
A total of 186 research-based projects were showcased in its annual exhibition of hardware/software projects by graduating students in information technology, software engineering, electronics and telecommunications engineering at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET) here Thursday. Projects were developed by students from the four disciplines.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sindh, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro inaugurated the exhibition of the projects at the FET building. The inaugural ceremony took place on the lawn of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, at the same time as the job fair.
The university’s vice-chancellor urged final-year students to work with interest on research and problem-solving projects and added that computer, electronics, telecommunications and software engineers are real people of the field to change and lead the world.
He said that the University of Sindh in its Faculty of Engineering and Technology has provided convenient access to the latest equipment to students for education and practical training.
He said the university does not hesitate to give more facilities to young people seeking higher education and added that education is a continuous journey and there is no settling point.
The Vice Chancellor further said that there is a huge demand for IT, electronics, software and telecommunications professionals in various institutes and organizations.
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