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Smart India Hackathon 2023: Sona College of Technology student teams emerge winners

Salem: The student team from Sona College of Technology in Salem secured first place in the Union Ministry of Education’s Smart India Hackathon 2023 national competition.

Sona College to drive government’s S&T initiatives in 2 Salem blocks

Salem: The Union department of Science and Technology has awarded Sona College of Technology with a project to empower marginalized farmers, women, and unemployed youth from the Omalur and Kadayampatti blocks in Salem district.

2 out of 8 winners in AICTE Lilavati awards conferred to Salem’s Sona College of Technology, Thiagarajar Polytechnic College teams

New Delhi: Two of the eight teams chosen by the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) as Winners for the 2nd edition of Lilavati Awards aimed at celebrating women’s empowerment came from two Salem-based institutions -- Sona College of Technology and Thiagarajar Polytechnic College – in ‘Women Innovators’, and ‘Literacy and Life Skills’ category respectively.

Vee Tech and Sona to collaborate with Canada’s University Health Network

Bengaluru/Toronto: Technology services firm Vee Technologies and Sona Group of educational institutions have forged an agreement with Toronto-based University Health Network, Canada to collaborate on a multi-institution research and commercialisation effort to develop smart fabric-based wearables.

Sona College of Technology patents an easy way to test a fabric’s ability to stay dry

Salem: The world is exercising more and more. Before the Covid-19 pandemic struck, fitness was already a big global fad.