The Anveshi movie team's recently visited SRKR Engineering College for movie promotions. Engaging in interactive sessions and screenings, the team shared invaluable insights into the film industry, fostering a direct link between academia and entertainment.Distinguished guests from Anveshi added value to the event, giving students a firsthand look into the practical aspects of their work in the real world. The event not only showcased active student participation but also opened doors for potential collaborations . The impact of this visit extends beyond the day, empowering students to envision possibilities beyond conventional boundaries. Explore the vibrant snapshots of this memorable day in our photo gallery, encapsulating the spirit of creativity and learning that defines SRKR Engineering College.
Sagi Ramakrishna Nishanth Varma, Secretary and Correspondent of SRKR, congratulated Amudalapalli Jayashree, a third-year Computer Science student, for her first-place win in the national Master Orator Championship for English Public Speaking. He announced a cash prize of ten thousand rupees. Jayashree was felicitated in the college's management meeting hall with the presence College Director Dr. M Jagapathiraju, and Principal Dr. KV Murali krishnam raju
The central government honored S.R.K.R Engineering College within Andhra University's jurisdiction with the "Best Award" as part of the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan initiative spanning 11 districts. Dr. T. Rambabu, an Associate Professor at G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College, received the "Best Coordinator Award" for agricultural contributions under the Yuva Bharat Mission. Awards were presented by Andhra University's Vice-Chancellor during the main festival to both the Engineering College and the University. Various dignitaries, including Dr. P.A. Ramakrishnam Raju, Dr. A. Subbarao, Dr. G. Suri Babu, Dr. K.P. Raghuram, Dr. K.Y. Ganesh, and Dr. Matlapudi Satyanarayana, participated in the event.
Dr. M. Jagapathiraju, Director of SRKR, and Dr. K.V. Murali Krishna Raju, the college's Principal, along with Dr. A.R. Krishna Chaitanya, the NSS coordinator, emphasized the importance of national programs for students. MERA MATTI MERA DESH programs have made a significant impact, motivating active student participation and unity with national integrity.
The Computer Science and Design Branch (CSD) at SRKR is hosting a National Level Faculty Development Program on Design Thinking and Innovative Product Development from October 30 to November 4, supported by the AICTE Idea Lab. Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju, the college director, unveiled the program's poster. Dr. M. Suresh Babu, CSD Head, reported that over 3000 applications were received for FDP funding, with only 300 colleges, including SRKR, being selected. Colleges from states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu have already enrolled. A grant of INR 3.5 lakhs from the Atal Academy will aid in maintaining the program, as shared by Dr. Mudunuri Suresh Babu, Co-Coordinator, and Dr. N. Gopala Krishnamurthy, Co-Coordinator.