MVSR Engineering College receives NBA recognition

MVSR Engineering College, Nadergul secured National Board of Accreditation (NBA) recognition again, reflecting its consistent efforts in education and learning methodologies

Members of NBA inspection jury visited the college during May 2022 and evaluated the college performance in six (6) different courses offered here. These six courses were subsequently granted NBA accreditation for up to 2025.

The evaluated courses are Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering departments.

Mathru Shri Education Society chairman Dr. K P Srinivas Rao on this occasion stated that this was the result of hard work by the teaching and non-teaching staff of the college. He appreciated and attributed all the success to Principal Dr. Kanaka Durga, Vice Principal Prof. SGS Murthy, TPO Prof. Prasanna Kumar, HoDs of different departments, Janaiah Boddupally ,Chief Coordinator and others and advised them to continue the hard work. He said that the college had secured the status of Autonomous by NBA during the previous inspection and this time six more branches of the college got recognition by it.

Secretary of the society, M Krishna Kumar, Joint secretary Vasudev Rao, Treasurer Jupudi Sudhakar, vice chairman Jitendranath and others felicitated the staff and congratulated them. The MVSR Engineering College has been the first choice of engineering aspirants for several years now and the track record of academic excellence is remarkable during the past two decades. NBR recognition to several courses of the college is testimony to the hard work and dedication of the college management to carve out the future nation builders, said K P Srinivas Rao on this occasion.

— Reporting by Younus.

Best Ideas for Social Change Come from Engineers: Novelist Sriram Karri at GNITS

Best ideas for social change come from people with engineering background, said novelist Sriram Karri while addressing girl students of engineering at an event in G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science (GNITS) yesterday.

In his interaction on “Women must ‘Engineer’ India’s next revolution”, Karri referred to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Telangana’s IT Minister K.T. Ramarao as people with engineering mindset who brought obvious social change in the society.

Speaking as a chief guest of LiFe ’16, a first ever literary festival of GNITS’ literary club, Karri pointed out at girl students and said, “Each one of you can change the world tangibly. The future belongs to you.” The statement received a thunder of applause from over 150 students in the seminar hall.

A shy girl student with radiant eyes, perhaps searching for meaning of something, stood up from the audience and asked the author of ‘Autobiography of a Mad Nation’, what is his message to youth of India.

Karri replied: “Youth have the power to change the world. You girls have wonderful opportunities, unavailable to women a quarter century ago. Travel across the globe. Observe things. Have the courage to say no.”

GNITS literary club president Meha Mandhana said as many as 78 colleges from the city have participated in the one-day fest, which is a Literaria Clava initiative. She added that eight different events were conducted to educate and entertain, apart from Newsroom and Debate.

“Without the help and supervision of our literary club convener Preeta Anthony, we would not have been able to organize this fest,” she remarked while thanking her mentor Ms. Anthony.

Lit fest organizers with novelist Sriram Karri in GNITS, Hyderabad
Lit fest organizers with novelist Sriram Karri in GNITS, Hyderabad

Daily Bread Events at GNITS LiFe

Shooting Stars: A mind game of words, which was organized by First year student of ETM, Sanjana Mantri. The event attracted over 200 participants.

Chemistry: A game to understand ‘how well you know each other?’ Amulya Metku of IT first year organized the event, which attracted about 150 students. Amulya says, “Though online social networks are popular, offline platforms to interact and communicate are still significant.”

Tongue Twisters: Tazbia Fatima of IT first year organized this fun game event. She says, “Tongue twisters are a part of literature, and people usually don’t get time to do it.”

Jigsaw Puzzle: A mini quiz wherein participants need to arrange 20 pieces in 2 minutes. It was organized by Shivani and Yashwanti from ECE first year.

Pictopia: A game for relishing childhood memory, which included recollecting fictional characters from books, movies, etc. Sneha from CSC and Soumya from EEE organized this event.

Winners of GNITS LiFe ’16

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1st Prize: Shravya Reddy, ICFAI, Law School 1st Prize: Sonali Sharma, GNITS
2nd Prize: Sonali Sharma, GNITS 2nd Prize: Sai Teja S, Bapatla Engg. College; Naveen Kumar, Vardhaman Engg. College
3rd Prize: Rithvik R, Apollo Hospitals 3rd Prize: Rithvik R, Apollo Hospitals; Jayender