NIT Hamirpur all set to host ZONASA 2012: Fibonacci- Toward Infinity

To celebrate the spirit and zeal of National Association for Students of Architecture, also known as NASA convention,  Department of Architecture NIT Hamirpur is hosting ZONASA 2012: Fibonacci- Toward Infinity  on the 13th, 14th and 15th April 2012.

This Zonal convention will carry forward the zest of NASA among 44 North-India’s finest architectural colleges. The fete will provide a forum for the discussion of various architectural issues and exchange of thoughts and ideas by the budding architects. The participating colleges will not only be a part of the magnificent student community but are also opportune to witness the grandeur of the event at close quarters. An estimated thousand delegates will be the part of this mega event. Renowned architects and guest lecturers will also contribute a great deal to this convention.

The convention itself has been designed   specifically keeping in mind the requirements of the present and latest trends in architecture and building industry. The events are designed to facilitate a thought provoking challenge to envisage better designs and tread newer boundaries, which are not a part of their usual curriculum.

This three day youth convention isn’t all work and no play. The spectacular cultural nights are worth a wait. With bands like The Local Train and DJ Aman performing for the event, the delegates are sure to have a time of their life. The fashion parade provides the perfect platform for each college to showcase their talents and creativity not only with the help of various fabrics but also with the assistance of a charismatic team of models.

This technical and cultural extravaganza can surely be termed as the perfect juncture to showcase the hidden talent and creativity in the various fields related to art and design.

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