Accidentally found some lost videos of (ISTE) TechSplash!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

This post is exclusively for the former, present and future members of ISTE students' chapter, NITK. :)

I was looking for something from the back up CDs, burnt during college days, which had gathered tons of dust and I wasn't even sure if they would work. To my surprise, ISTE back up CD did work! But not before failing twice. I was able to retrieve some memorable 'TechSplash' videos.

For those who are non-ISTEians/non-NITKians and still reading, ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education) NITK chapter is a students' group intended "to make the student community actively participate in ISTE activities and to provide a common platform to exhibit their talent, which helps in the career development [copied from here :)]." TechSplash was a national level technical symposium at NITK Surathkal organized by ISTE Students' chapter. Now, it is subsumed by 'Engineer' which is collectively organized by all the students' groups at NITK. 'Engineer' has grown to become one of the biggest in the country.

Here are those videos I have uploaded on YouTube. Take a look and Njoy maaDi!

TechSplash 2003 video: Introductory video shown at TechSplash 2004 inauguration function.

TechSplash 2004 video: Day-1

TechSplash 2004 video: Day-2

TechSplash 2004 video: Day-3


tuhin said...

i remember we organised a computer gaming contest at techsplash 2003, but i dont see any clips of it in 1st video. do you have any other video?

Manjunath Singe said...

Hey Tuhin, I don't have the videos of TechSplash03, We edited that (techsplahs 03 video) for TechSplash 04, and I don't know who filmed video in 2003. Some one in your batch did that. I guess Ravish, but not sure. I have the photos of Techsplash03. Let me know if you need them.

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