Bhimavaram: SRKR Engineering College has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ETS India to establish a GRE Examination Center on its premises. The MoU exchange took place during a special event held in Hyderabad on Wednesday, with Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Verma garu, Secretary, and Correspondent of SRKR Engineering College, alongside Lijo Omin and Karthik Sekharan, representatives of ETS, formalizing the agreement. At the event, SRKR Engineering College Principal, Dr. KV Muralikrishnamaraju, expressed enthusiasm for the establishment of the GRE examination center within the college premises, citing the increased convenience for students. The agreement outlines the collaborative efforts between the college and ETS to enhance academic excellence.
Bhimavaram: Dondapati Simhadri, a student of Bhimavaram SRKR Engineering College, secured a gold medal in the JNTUK inter-college judo competition held at Potti Sriramulu Engineering College, Vijayawada, on the 30th of this month. College Director M. Jagapathiraju announced the achievement and shared that Simhadri would now represent JNTUK in the national judo competition scheduled at Guru Nanak University, Amritsar, on February 5 and 6. During a felicitation event, College Vice-President Sagi Vitthal Rangaraju praised Simhadri for bringing glory to the institution. The Judo competitions, which took place on January 30 at Potti Sriramulu Engineering College, witnessed outstanding performances by Simhadri, earning her the opportunity to compete nationally
Bhimavaram SRKR Engineering College Electronics and Communication Engineering Assistant Professor Krishnakanth Verma garu, who has designed a new antenna to provide more efficient information with 5G applications, said that Visvesvaraya Technological University in Belgaum, Karnataka has given PHEBR major in Electronics and Communication Engineering. KV Muralikrishnamraju garu said. On this occasion, Santha Varma Krishnakanth Varma, Correspondent of College Secretariat, Sagi Ramakrishna, was honored in the meeting hall of the college on Monday. On this occasion, Dr. Krishna Kant Verma spoke on the topic 'Design of Multi Band and Wide Band MIMO Antenna for Sub 6G HZ 5G Applications' which he designed under the supervision of Dr. KN Nagesh, Head of ECE, Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology, Bangalore. He said that the university has awarded a PhD for the research done. On this occasion, the director of the college Dr. M Jagapathi Raju said that if research is done that is useful for the development of current technology, it will also be useful for future generations and he suggested that young teachers should work in that direction. ECE Incharge Head Professor GV Padma Rao and others participated in the program
Bhimavaram SRKR Engineering College is conducting a handsome workshop on Internet of Things on February 2 and 3 under the auspices of Computer Science Engineering Department, College Secretary Sagi Ramakrishna Nishant Varma garu said. He released the poster related to this on Monday. College Director Dr. M. Jagapathiraju garu, Principal Dr. KV Murali Krishnamrajulu garu said that currently there are many opportunities in new technology like Internet of Things, Cyber Security including block chain technology, and explained that special arrangements have been made in their college to provide training to second year students on such topics. Head of Computer Science Engineering, Dr. V. Chandrasekhar garu said that the experts in the college, CSC Assistant Professor D Ravibabu garu and CH Raghuram garu will provide training. CSC department professor, CIC coordinator Dr. KV Krishnamraju garu and CSC assistant professor S Suryanarayanaraju garu are acting as the coordinator of the program, he said. Students are requested to take advantage of this opportunity. Dr. KV Krishnam Raju, Suryanarayana Raju garu, Ravi Babu garu, Raghuram garu and others participated in the program.
On January 26, SRKR Engineering College in Bhimavaram celebrated Republic Day with patriotic dances and songs. Mr. Ramakrishna Nishanth Varma, the college's Secretary, highlighted the youth's crucial role in advancing the country. He urged a balance between progress and agricultural contributions. Emphasizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 2047 development vision, he called for unity. Dr. M. Jagapathi Raju, the Director, Dr. K.V. Muralikrishna Raju, the Principal, and students actively participated. The event showcased various cultural performances, symbolizing unity and patriotism. Mr. Nishanth Varma urged youth to use their skills for India's global leadership. The program concluded with a call for collective efforts towards ambitious national goals.