A State Level Technical Symposium was organized by Government Polytechnic Colleges. Students from 35 Institutions took part in the event.

Dr. M.Jeganmohan, Principal of Government polytechnic college presided over the function. Dr.V.Veerappan co founder and president,Tessolve semi conductor pvt. Ltd., was the Guest Speaker. PMJF Lion Er.A. Arivazhagan ,centennial District Governor was the guest of honor.

The Principal in his presidential Address said that the symposium provides an opportunity to the students to express their potentials and help them enrich their talents. This kind of symposium would enable the students to enhance their creativity and leadership qualities. It also creates a chance to learn new things from others.

The Guest Speaker inaugurated the function and delivered his inaugural address. In his speech, he shared his industrial experience with the students. He said that a technical symposium steps up the learning abilities of the students. He expressed his happiness over the fact that GPTC has given a great platform to the learners to promote their skills so that they would become industry-ready. He appreciated the state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities available on the campus of GPTC. He said that industries in general need potential employees. Therefore the students need to develop the same by making use of the opportunities given to them. According to him courage and conviction are essential to come up in life. And to succeed well in the employment market students are expected to have multiple talents, so that they could be successfully placed around the world which in turn would improve the economy of our mother land.

After the inaugural session,75 students presented 51 papers and the best presentations were selected.

In the evening the valedictory function took place. Dr. M.Jeganmohan,, Principal of Government polytechnic college delivered the valedictory address and distributed the prizes to the winners. Dr.V.Veerappan, co founder and president,Tessolve semi conductor pvt. Ltd.,

The function ended with National Anthem.