Daksha 3.0, a nation level techno-test organised by Anurag University concluded

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According World Economic Forum Skill report ‘Problem Solving’ is the most sought after skill required by present youth: G Vishnu Murthy, Dean of Anurag University.

Hyderabad, February 25, 2024…..Who decides what skills are in demand? It is the World Economic In its Skill Report 2025 announced that ‘Problem Solving’ is the most sought after skill in this decade. Earlier it was desirable, but, now it is mandatory. Analytical thinking and innovation, complex problem-solving, critical thinking and analysis, creativity, originality and initiative, and finally reasoning, problem-solving, and ideation are the most sought after skills graduating students need to acquire said G Vishnu Murthy, Dean of Anurag University. Speaking at valedictory function of two day Daksha, techno festival where 120 colleges from 9 states participated and competed in 175 events, said you can learn problem solving skills by experiential learning. Anurag University has been organising events like Daksha to imparting skills such as experiential learning and problem solving abilities.


The Anurag University made experiential learning part of its curriculum and awards one or two credits based on students participation in extra-curricular activities like techno-Fest


Future of learning is based on what you ask. The times have changed. When you use ChatGPT, you get different answers on the same subject, that is because of what you have asked for. So must know what to ask.  Every one can become  a leader by experiential learning said Hanu yedluri  CEO InstaEMI, who was the Chief Guest


The guest of honour Mani Kant, Senior Consultant Microsoft said learning is a continuous process. It doesn’t end with formal college education. Think differently, learn from every available resource. 


Techno-Cultural Fest DAKSHA-3.0 was started in the year 2021-2022 with a vision to provide all Undergrads all over the country to come together to network and compete against each other. Now in its 3rd edition, Daksha brought  young talents together with participation from around 120+ Colleges/Universities from all over the country.


The theme of the 3rd edition was Explore Today Inspire Tomorrow.  The objective behind hosting Techno-Cultural Fest DAKSHA-3.0 was to create a bond with students of different Colleges/Universities and to test their skills and abilities in different fields.


The fest comprised of Project Expo, showcasing products invented/developed by students; Paper and Poster presentations; Literary and Skill Events, Startup Expo, Technical Quiz, Musical events, Art Competitions, Blind Art, Tug of War; Tambola Thrill etc

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