During the Center of Excellence for Youth Empowerment program at Bhimavaram SRKR Engineering College, ICT Academy AP State Incharge S Dinakar Reddy encouraged engineering students to explore robotics for studying natural changes in defense and agriculture. The event, in collaboration with ICT Academy and Honeywell, was overseen by Dr. V. Chandrasekhar, Head of Computer Science Engineering Department, and Dr. G. N. V. G. Sirisha, Head of AIML Department. College Secretary Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Varma and Principal Dr. M Jagapathi Raju emphasized the growing role of robots in various industries. Corporate Affairs Manager G Ashok Reddy highlighted the value of the robot training program for enhancing students' placement opportunities.
Banka Dharmik, 4/4 CSE student at SRKR , has secured a position with a salary of Rs. 16.3LPA, as announced by Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju, the college's Principal. Secretary and Correspondent Sagi Ramakrishna Nishanth Varma extended congratulations in a college management meeting. Dr. KR Satyanarayana, Incharge of the T&P Cell, noted the growing interest from several companies in recruiting from the college. College Vice Principal Dr. KV Muralikrishnamaraju, Dr. V. Chandrasekhar Head of CSE Department, Dr. G.N.V. G. Sirisha Head of AIML, and others were present.
Workshop on engineering day held at SRKR, the significance of civil engineering in global development was underscored by esteemed engineers. Retired superintendent and engineer S. Suryanarayanaraju encouraged the active involvement of young engineers in significant construction projects. Emphasis on the role of civil engineers in addressing societal challenges was provided by Quality Control Deputy Executive Engineer Jai Venkatakrishna and Irrigation Assistant Engineer BH Prasad Rajulu. Dr. M. Jagapathiraju, the college's principal, expressed satisfaction with the remarkable achievements of college students in prestigious projects. Distinguished participants in the workshop included Dr. ACS V. Prasad, Dr. V. Chandrasekhar, SV Rangaraju, Dr. K. Brahma Raju, and Dr. K. Suresh Babu.
A two-day workshop on computer vision, jointly organized by SRKR Engineering College's CSE, AIML Departments, was inaugurated by Dr. GNP G Sirisha, Head of AIML Department. D Bharanikumar, CEO of 360 Digit MG, highlighted the role of computer vision in robot operation. Dr. KV Muralikrishnamraju, the college's acting principal, noted its importance in Chandrayaan-3 monitoring. V Chandrasekhar, Head of the CSC Department, and Dr. GNV G Sirisha, Head of AIML Department, discussed the potential of computer vision in healthcare and human needs. Students from various colleges participated.
In orientation program SRKR Engineering College, JNTU's Training and Placement Director, KVSG Muralikrishna, emphasized the importance of education and urged students to avoid distractions, such as excessive phone use. College Principal Dr. M Jagapathi Raju highlighted the available resources for students. Special Enforcement Bureau Inspector VVSN Varma warned against the use of intoxicants and encouraged students to avoid harmful habits. The event featured participation from various college dignitaries and attracted a significant number of first-year students and parents.