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Chennai: The annual ZONASA convention titled 'ATYANTA-2014' was held at the campus of Hindustan University recently.

According to a press release, the convention was inaugurated by  Chancellor of Hindustan University, Elizabeth Verghese and Vice Chancellor S Ramachandra. The founder of Jaisim Fountain Head, Banglore, Ar Jaisim Krishna Rao, was the chief guest of the event.

The three-day event witnessed the participation of 54 colleges with over 1200 delegates from various architecture schools across Tamilnadu and Kerala.

Various competitions, covering technical and cultural areas, seminars, lectures, design competitions, on the spot events, exhibitions were organised during the fest.

School of Architecture and Planning Anna University won the over all trophy named Dr.KCG Verghese Memorial Trophy, added press note.

The workshop by Saajan Varanasi attracted the crowd for making the tallest structure using waste and recyclable materials which made a new record of 3.6 m height taller than the earliest measuring 3.2m.

The convention organised by National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA), a student body for association of the undergraduate students of architecture in India.



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