Tatvic Analytics, a data analytics and consulting company based in Ahmedabad is all set to host a Techathon for engineering and Masters in Computer Administration (MCA) students at Ganpat University situated in Kherva, Mehsana. The Techathon will be organised on Wednesday – November 17, wherein a team from Tatvic will
present various case-studies and industry problem statements for students to solve through technology solutions.
This is for the first time Tatvic Analytics is organising such a Techathon externally to involve college students. “As part of kinaesthetic learning, it is important that students not only learn through books but instead learn to apply their theoretical knowledge in the real world to address and solve problems through experimenting. This is the key aim of organising such a Techathon wherein students will be able to engage with actual case-studies and problem
statements and apply their technical and computing skills and programming knowhow to help solve the problem,” said Mr. Ravi Pathak, Co-founder and CEO, Tatvic Analytics.
“Such an initiative will also go a long way in improving the students’ problem-solving abilities that will hone their skills. We encourage students through this platform of experiential learning, internship, projects and Techathon so that they just do not remain a student but grow as innovative professionals,” Mr Pathak added. At least 300 students have registered for the Techathon and are expected to participate in the event. A team of experts from Tatvic Analytics along with faculty members from Ganpat University, will give the problem statements to the students and even guide them.
The challenges and problem statements will be designed around the areas of data science, tech analysis, SQL and cloud and related technologies. The students’ solutions will undergo a thorough evaluation after which some 15 students will be shortlisted for awards cumulatively worth Rs 1 lakh. The top three winners of the Techathon will receive a prize money of Rs 15,000 each.
Tatvic Analytics plans to double its workforce by the end of 2022. “At Tatvic, we believe in hiring students directly from college and university campuses so that we can nurture fresh talent right from an early stage and create an ecosystem for their talent to flourish and shape them into mature leaders of the future. We take pride in the fact that a large part of Tatvic’s team of techies and other professionals is home grown i.e. hired from across Gujarat,” Mr Pathak further added.