Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju Principal of SRKR, reported that 1860 students have been admitted to the institution's core engineering programs, encompassing Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Electronic Engineering. Additionally, it was revealed that the R-23 education system has been unanimously adopted by all autonomous engineering colleges in the state, permitting students to concurrently pursue minor engineering subjects and potentially earn honors degrees for advanced courses. These developments are designed to enhance the educational experience within the new system.
SRKR Engineering College recently formalized a partnership with Bosan Motors. The agreement was executed by Mr. Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Varma, the Secretary and Correspondent of SRKR Engineering College, and Mr. Suri Bhupathiraju, the Director of Bosan Motors. During this collaboration, discussions were held with students and faculty members of the college. Various aspects of cooperation were addressed, including internships, workshops, and educational initiatives spanning across different departments. Key participants in these discussions included Dr. B.R.K Varma, who heads the Electrical and Electronics Department, Principal Dr. K.V. Murali Krishnam Raju from the EEE department, as well as Professor Dr. P. Kantharao, Srinivas, Dr. Shivaramakrishna, and other esteemed individuals from the EEE department.
Dr. YVS Krishnamurthy, a former ISRO scientist and senior registrar at the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, delivered a presentation at Bhimavaram S. R.K. R Engineering College. This event also featured the presence of Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju, the college's principal, Dr. PA Ramakrishnam Raju, the college's R&D Dean, department heads, and dignitaries.
Renowned diagnostic medicine expert Dr. BH Shweta highlighted the prevalence of nutritional deficiencies and anemia among influential women. The Women Empowerment Cell at Bhimavaram SRKR organized a blood profile testing initiative, revealing that 95% of women managing households had these health issues. Seeking guidance from gynecologists and pathologists was recommended. Dr. BHVN Lakshmi, overseeing the Cell, expressed optimism about involving female physicians. Notable attendees included Dr. S Lava Kumar, G Sasikala, G Sri Bala, BH Revathi, G Sri Satya, and others, with support from female faculty in the college's civil engineering department.
Students from SRKR in Bhimavaram organized a rally to express support for the Chandrayaan 3 launch.the rally began at the college and moved to the Alluri Sita Rama Raju statue. Key attendees included College Secretary and Correspondent SRK Nishant Varma, Principal M. Jagapathi Raju, former DST Professor Dr. Prasad Raju, College Chemistry Broad Dr. P Bhavani, Technology Center Head Dr. M. Gopalakrishnamurthy, Dr. PA Rama Krishnamraju, Physical Director Dr. P. Satyanarayana Raju and Ex-ISRO scientist Dr. YV Krishnamurthy others participated.