The 3-day All Pakistan Technology and Art Festival 2017 (APTA’17) starts Monday 15 May. The event is held in Lahore and organized by the Computer Sciences Department of Government College University.
This year, the All Pakistan Technology and Art Festival (APTA’17) would call programmers, webmasters, graphic designers, game developers, and more to participate in the 3-day event.
Sources say that around 350 students from 15 different institutes would reach the festival to participate in order to enroll their names as champions. The event would also arrange a 1-minute Talent Hunt program.
The basic aim of the festival is to help students gather on a single platform sharing their unique ideas and grab available opportunities. The mega event would also help these students to add more value to the knowledge they already have and also learn more.
Professor Dr. Naveed A. Malik, Rector Virtual University was the chief guest who inaugurated the festival this year. Other names included; Professor Dr. Hassan Amir Shah, GCU Vice Chancellor, Moaz Athar, keynote speaker, and Dr. Asad Raza Kazmi, In charge GCU Computer Science Department also took the leverage to share their knowledge and learn more from the new generation.
Festivals like All Pakistan Technology and Art Festival (APTA’17) are a great opportunity for both the young minds and the country. The present time needs the new generation to be equipped with the best knowledge as to serve the country later.
Dr. Naveed A. Malik of Virtual University said:
It is high time that all universities in Pakistan should also digitalise their examination systems as done by VU