A significant event unfolded at Bhimavaram S.R.K.R. Engineering College during the Ganapati Navaratri celebrations. The college's temple premises hosted a grand ceremony, featuring the devout Sri Lakshmi Ganapati Homam, where students sought the blessings of Lord Ganapati. College Secretary and Correspondent, Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Varma, presided over the ceremony, which was also attended by College Principal Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju, Dr. P. Satyanarayana Raju, and other faculty members. The event witnessed active participation from a substantial number of students, underscoring their enthusiasm and reverence for the occasion.
The Computer Science and Design (CSD) branch of the college has recently solidified a valuable partnership with PurpleLane, a leading software company specializing in UI/UX design, through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This MoU signifies a formal commitment to collaboration in various areas, including workshops, internships, and job placements. College Principal Dr. M Jagapathi Raju and College Secretary and Correspondent Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Varma exchanged MoU documents with PurpleLane's representative. This partnership is designed to create enhanced opportunities for the college's students, offering them valuable real-world experience through internships and paving the way for potential job placements in the field of UI/UX design.
The announcement of the district-level youth festival winners was made by Setwell CEO M.D. Mehraj. The event, held at SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, under the auspices of the District Youth Services Department, Khyati Group from SKAC Women's College, Tanuku, securing the top spot in the Folk Dance (Group) category. In the Folk Song (Solo) category, K. Chinnibabu from Tanuku claimed the first position, with N. Sushmita and CH Sairam from Bhimavaram attaining the second and third positions, respectively.
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.