Everyone should plant a sapling and safeguard it, remarked Director Dr. Ramaswami Reddy. Social Service Club and National Service Scheme Units jointly organized Harithahaaram programme in the premises of Malla Reddy Engineering College, situated in Maisammaguda, Gundlapochampalli Municipality. Addressing the gathering on this occasion Dr. Ramaswami Reddy said that looking at the importance of the greenery, the state government initiated the Harithahaaram programme. Inspired by the vision of the Chief Minister Mr. KCR, the college regularly takes up the plantation work in its premises and nourishes them, he added. 50 NSS volunteers actively participated in the sapling plantation programme. Dean Dr Uday Bhaskar, NSS Coordinator Mr Srinivasa Rajanish, Social Service Club coordinator Mr Chandrasekhara, Heads of various departments were present on the occasion.
20210403_Behara Perin Devi (17J41A05C8) gets placement offers in 9 top MNCs
Behara Perin Devi (17J41A05C8) gets placement offers in 9 top MNCs
On behalf of the Management, staff and students Director Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy congratulated Behara Perin devi on her achievement. Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy is flanked by Dean (academics) Dr. S. Uday Bhaskar, TPO Ms. K. Sujatha Reddy, Dean CSE Dr. R. P. Ram Kumar, HoD CSE Dr. Lakshmipathi Anantha, HoD EEE & IQAC Coordinator Dr. N. Rajeswaran, Ho D CE Dr. J. Selwyn Babu, Prof. P. V. Ramana Murthy (CSE) and Mr. Ajay Sathpute (CSE)
20210315_AICTE sponsored two week FDP on Teaching - Pedagogical intelligence
20210315_AICTE sponsored two week FDP on Teaching - Pedagogical intelligence
Director Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy, presided over the inaugural session. Professor of ECE, JNTUH Dr. L. Pratap Reddy was the Guest of honour on the occasion.
20210306_15th Graduation, Placement and Alumni ceremony
Telangana State Labor, Women and Child Welfare and Skills Development Minister Shri Chamakura Malla Reddy said that one should adhere to the time rule and make the most of the time and hold high positions in life. Mr. Malla Reddy, who was the chief guest at the 15th Graduation Ceremony, Campus Recruitment and Alumni Ceremony held on Saturday at Malla Reddy Engineering College - Main Campus in Mysammaguda in Mandal He explained that he grew up as a politician, elected as a member of Parliament and the Legislative Assembly, and rose to become a cabinet-level minister, until the establishment of a variety of standing higher education institutions. With a general education, he explained that he had achieved all these with his own strength and untiring efforts. The student, who is entering the field of employment today with an engineering degree, suggested that students take inspiration from his presidency.
Welcoming the audience, Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy, Director, said that this was an unforgettable moment in student’s college life and they should remember for the rest of their lives the extraordinary moments of receiving their engineering degree as a result of four years of hard work. He wished to never forget the parents who gave birth, the college where higher education was taught and the country where life was given. 886 students were eligible to receive engineering degrees and 124 students were eligible to receive postgraduate degrees. The Director announced amidst the jubilation of the members that Kasturi Vedanta Srinivas student of ECE with 9.99 CGPA has emerged as the leader. He said the annual salary of Rs 12 lakh was the highest salary in campus recruitment this year. Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy concluded his speech by describing the various training programs being imparted to students from the first year onwards to increase campus recruitment.
Afterwards, Dr. Ramaswami Reddy pledged with the students that they would use their skills, knowledge and experience for the betterment of the society, uphold the values of morality and dedication, and act as a trusted representative to the college and university.
Participating as the Guest of Honor, Mr. Rami Reddy, Chairman, CREDAI Hyderabad, explained the lessons he has learned from the defeats he has faced in his life and the many challenges he has faced in his business life. "We are working to make our company a company worth Rs 5,000 crore by 2030," he said.
Malla Reddy Educational Institutions Secretary Shri Mahender Reddy's wife Mrs. Shalini Reddy said that the students who have been trained in various training programs conducted in the college aspire to climb higher peaks in their careers as the sky is the limit. The students said with an open voice that they were very happy to participate in this graduation ceremony which was held in a festive atmosphere and receive the engineering degree in the presence of their parents. College alumni in top positions at various institutions also participated in the program. Former Registrar of JNTUH Prof. Rami Reddy, Former Rector Prof. Sai Baba Reddy were the special guests at the event which was attended by Deans, Heads of Departments. The event was coordinated by Dr. T. V. Surendranatha Reddy and Dr. P. Sri Hari. Many cultural events organized under the auspices of the Students’ Associations Council (SAC) have received the patronage of the members.
UGC sanctioned Autonomy to MREC(A) for another 5 years till 2024 - 25.
UGC sanctioned Autonomy to MREC(A) for another 5 years till 2024 - 25. Management congratulated the Director Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy and his team on this achievement.
AICTE released Rs10 Lakh under Margadarshan scheme to mentor 10 MBIs for achieving NBA accreditation
The projected cost for this 3 year long project is Rs.50 lakh and in the initial phase the apex body AICTE sanctioned Rs.10 Lakh. Management congratulated the Director, Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy and his team.
Two faculty members are recognized as NPTEL stars
Ms. C. Silpa, Associate Professor, ECE and Mr. Ch. Narendra Kumar, Associate Professor, EEE are recognized as NPTEL stars for the year 2020.
Ms. C. Silpa - NPTEL Discipline Star
Mr. Ch. Narendra Kumar - NPTEL Believer and NPTEL Motivational Learner
MREC(A) feels proud about these achievements. It will be a motivating moment to other staff and students. Management, Director, Principal, staff and students congratulate you on this occasion and wish you many more such successes in your career.
The details of these achievements are available in the attached file.
Featured article on NPTEL in NIPUNA booklet of Namaste Telangana newspaper
The indigenous online learning platform SWAYAM coordinates 9 different channels among which NPTEL is the most popular one. This featured article gives a glimpse of the evolution of NPTEL and various courses offered through NPTEL.
A one day Seminar on 'Experiences and opportunities for Mining engineers in industry, academia and research'
A one day seminar held on “Experiences and Opportunities for Mining Engineers in Mining Industry, Academia & Research on 8th February, 2021 organized by Mining Engineers Association of India & MEAI Hyderabad Chapter in association with department of mining engineering Malla Reddy Engineering College .The Seminar was attended by 150 students from Malla Reddy Engineering & Osmania University etc. The purpose behind the seminar was to create awareness to mining engineers about opportunities and experiences in the field of Mining engineering.
Civil Engineering student gets selected for Apprenticeship in two PSUs
B. Vinay Kumar a final year student of Civil Engineering department gets selected for Apprenticeship in two Public Sector Undertakings - Bharath Electricals Limited and Neivelli Lignite Corporation Limited. Dr. A. Ramaswami Reddy, Director congratulated the student. Dr. J. Selwyn Babu, HoD, CE, Dr. S. Udaya Bhaskar, Dean Academics and Basava Vamshi Krishna, Assoc. Professor are present on the occasion.
MREC(A) enters into MoU with AIML Analytics
MREC(A) enters into MoU with AIML Analytics
Malla Reddy Engineering College Alumni Association (MRECAA) proudly congratulates its alumnus Samhith Gardas for being announced as 'Super star of the quarter' by Value labs.
Malla Reddy Engineering College Alumni Association (MRECAA) proudly congratulates its alumnus Samhith Gardas for being announced as 'Super star of the quarter' by Value labs.
Two Civil Students and one MBA student get selected for ASBL
The leading Real estate development company ASBL conducted Campus recruitment on 30 Dec 2020. Mr. M. Shiva Teja and Karthik Avasarala from Civil Engineering department got selected with a package of Rs.4 LPA. Mr. M. Ramesh from MBA got selected with a package of Rs. 6 LPA. Congratulations to all the three students.
Placement update in TCS 2020 - 21
As of now 31 students from CSE and 5 students from ECE got selected till now. Management, Director, Principal and staff congratulate the selected students.
MoU with Apter Pharma
MoU with Apter Pharma
CSE Department FDP on Deep Learning
CSE Department FDP on Deep Learning
Training programme on Gas Testing Certification
Gas Testing lab, in Mining Department organized a 4 day training programme on Gas Testing certification for the benefit of the Mining students.
Two day workshop on Arduino mini CNC plotter
Department of Mechanical Engineering conducts Two day workshop on Arduino mini CNC plotter for the benefit of Mechanical Engineering students.
MoU with Ark infra pvt ltd
MoU with Ark infra pvt ltd
I B. Tech. Orientation day
I B. Tech. Orientation day
MoU with Keerthika Technologies
MoU with Keerthika Technologies.
II Year IT students bring laurels to the college
Rahul Siddaarth of II Year IT stood first in the Python Coding competition held by Hackers' rank at the international level. Around 11,20,000 participants all across the world participated in it. His classmates Nakul Reddy and Srikanth stood in II and III positions
World Wide I,II, III Ranks in Hackathon Event
Medchal Rural: Minister Malla Reddy Praised Students of Malla Reddy Engineering College (Main Campus) who gained
International Level Name. Hackers Rank Company Recently Conducted Python Coding International Level Competition
Information Technology IInd Year Students Rahul Sidharth, Rahul Reddy Participated. All over the World 11 Lakhs 20 thousand Students Participated in this Competetion and Malla Reddy Engineering College Students have shown their tallent and got Finished in First, Second and Third Place. Regarding this Wednesday Students and Principal Ramaswamy Reddy have met Minister Malla Reddy at his Residence.Minister Congratulated both the Students.
Teacher training completed in 'Mallareddy'
Medchal Rural: Gundlapochampally Municipality Mallareddy Engineering College Main Campus in Mysammaguda conducted an online training program as an online platform. Six-day training program on 'Slope and Dump Stability in Open Pit Mines' on Sunday Is over. Sahoo, Executive Director, National Mineral Development Corporation, was the chief guest at the concluding function, which was chaired by Director Dr. Ramaswamy Reddy and Principal Dr. Ravindra. Students and faculty want to raise awareness on this knowledge. Explained the importance of slope and dump stability. The effect of seismic waves. He said that while in engineering, students should have mastered the practical knowledge in mining. Former Singareni CEO KG Amarnath, Hodilu Srinivas, Anjaneya Prasad, NMDC Executive Officer Jaipal Reddy and Singareni HR Ramalingeswara were present on the occasion.
Overburden slopes causing 10% of mining accidents
Scientific management of OB slopes, dumps suggested to reduce mishap
About one- tenth of accidents in the mining activity in the country are taking place due to unstable overburden dumps, deputy director general (south central zone) Malay Tikedar has said and stressed the need for higher importance to safety in mining at a time when the role of private sector is increasing in the mining sector.
Speaking at the inaugural session of a week-long virtual (online) faculty training on “Stabilisation and Strengthening of Steep slope overburden dumps in opencast mines – Problems & Solutions” organized by the mining engineering department of Mallareddy Engineering college here on Monday, Mr.Tikedar asked the engineers participating in the programme, from different parts of the country, to find out solutions to accidents due to sloping overburden dumps. Increasing safety in the mining activity would not only increase in the production but would ensure better safety to miners, he said.
Director (operations) of singareni collieries company Ltd S. Chandrasekhar explained the practices in singareni in managing the overburden slopes and dumps.
He stated that overburden slopes and dumps are formed during the quarrying in opencast mines. He said singareni was the first mining company in the country to use LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) for accurate information on managing the overburden slopes and dumps.
Experts in the mining sector from selected organisations and mining colleges such as SCCL, CIA Global Venture, Midwest Granite, IITISM Dhanbad, NIT Rourkela, NIT Suratkal, JNTU(H), Osmania University and a few other colleges participated in the online event.
Defense in mines with modern technology
Singareni Director (P) Chandrasekhar suggested that modern technology could not only achieve higher production targets but also improve the safety of mines and workers. . The week-long online vocational training under the auspices of Singareni at Mallareddy Engineering College in Hyderabad began on Monday. On the first day of the program, Chandrasekhar addressed an online conference from Kottagudem on the subject of a national level conference on 'Dumps in surface mines, strengthening, stabilization and problems of steep slopes'. He said.. Singareni Company with strong measures to stabilize the process of stabilizing the dumps slip. Singareni College Principal Ravindra, Coordinator Dr. Venkatramayya and others participated in the event.
Valedictory session of 6 day FDP by Mining department
Valedictory session of 6 day FDP by Mining department on Slope and dump stability in open pit mines
Distinctive role in shaping the imagination
Medchal, Newsday: Dr. Sudha, Principal, Mallareddy College, says that engineering drawing plays a unique role in the process of shaping the imagination into reality. Kar Reddy said. Mysammaguda Mallareddy College of Mechanical Education has started a week-long internship program on 'Engineering Drawing' with funding from AITCTE and IACE. The event was attended by 40 faculty members from various colleges nationally. Acharya VVN Shastri, KL Narayana in the program. Acharya Shastri, Retired Dean of Venkateswara University, Acharya KL Narayana, Former Vice Chancellor, Deendayal Engineering University, Acharya T. Kishankumar Reddy, Dharmalingam, Ramachandran, Acharya Narasimhareddy, Head of Department, Gunasekhar, etc.
MREC conducts Mock examination for the TS EAMCET aspirants
MREC conducts Mock examination for the TS EAMCET aspirants
MREC(A) conducts Harithaharam - the tree plantation programme
MREC(A) conducts Harithaharam - the tree plantation programme
Mallareddy College agreement with Adepto
Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality on Tuesday signed an MOU with Adepto Informatics Pvt. He said the agreement would be useful for civil, computer science and mining engineering students. Adepto has undertaken ambitious projects with leading public and private research institutes and universities. College HODs Selwin Babu, Charles Babu, Srinivas, Dean Venkatramayya, Adepto Company representatives Bhaskar, Shiva, N Rao participated.
MP Mallareddy inaugurates handloom exhibition at Mallareddy College
A handloom textile exhibition was organized on Monday at Mallareddy Engineering Ring College in Mysammaguda in Medchal zone. It was started by college founder Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy. Sri Rama of Kookat Palli Khadi Bandar set up the show. Chemakura Mallareddy said To instill courage in me, a leader who is suicidal, to organize similar demonstrations in their colleges and sell handloom garments They are doing their part. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Coordinator Balaji Reddy, Dean Santosh and others participated.
Technical Cultural Program
Medchal Rural: The technical and cultural program, “Akshara -2020” ended on Saturday at the main campus of Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda,Gundlapochampally Municipality. On the second day, various sports competitions were organized along with Student Got Talent, Mr. and Miss Akshara competitions.Along with Mallareddy College students, various college students from across the city showed their talent in the competitions and won prizes. Mallareddy College students emerged winners in kabaddi and volleyball competitions.Hemant as Mr. Telangana and Miss Telangana as the concept. Kritya Sudha, Anirudh Bharat and Lokesh Sharma were the judges. Shalini Reddy, Member of the Board of Governors of the College was the Chief Guest at the Closing Ceremony and presented the prizes to the winners.College Director Dr. Ramaswamy Reddy, Principal Ravindra, Coordinator Dr. Dhanunjaya, Dr. Surendranath Reddy, Adityavarma and a thousand students participated in the program.
Akshara 2020 Valedictory
Valedictory of Akshara 2020 - a national level student techno cultural fest
Akshara 2020 inaugural
Inaugural session of Akshara 2020 - a national level student techno cultural fest
"Akshara" begins at Mallareddy College
Medchal Rural: National Level Technical Technical Fest organized under the name Akshara-2020 at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality will start on Friday. College Director Ramaswamy Reddy inaugurated the fest. He went on to say that such programs help students to unleash their hidden creativity. For students as part of the two-day event Code Zindagi, Cad Mania, Treasure Hunt, Logo Quiz and other competitions were organized. On the second day (Saturday) Student Has Got Talent, Mr. and Miss Akshara competitions will be held. The cultural programs of the academies were entertaining on this occasion. Dhanunjay, Surendranath Reddy, Vamsi, faculty and students participated in the program.
Mega blood donation camp
Mega blood donation camp
Sriya Sarma of III ME gets selected for Asia World Model UN session at Bali Indonesia
Sriya Sarma of III ME gets selected for Asia World Model UN session at Bali Indonesia
Mallareddy Student Selected for Model to the United Nations Conference
Medchal Rural: A student from Mallareddy Engineering College Main Campus in Gundlapochampally Municipality, Mysammaguda has selected for the 4th Asia World Model United Nations Conference to be held from July 8 to 8 in Bali, Indonesia. Shriya, a third year student of Mechanical Engineering, will be participating in the conference. On the occasion, College Director Ramaswamy Reddy along with the Head of Department Dr. Yogesh congratulated the student action on Wednesday. He said the conference would discuss geographical activities for a tobacco-free society, maternal and child care, prevention of hunger, development of children with disabilities, etc. and take decisions on practical solutions. He said the college chairman and minister Mallareddy had specially congratulated the student who was the MP for the prestigious international conference.
mega blood donation camp1
Medchal, News Study: Malla Ready College Principal Dr. Ramaswamy Reddy suggested that students should excel in education as well as community service. Mysammaguda Malla Reddy College has set up a mega blood donation camp under the auspices of NSS in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society and the Medical District Branch. Principal Ramaswamy Reddy said. Everyone should donate blood and stand by those in danger. About 350 students donated blood at the event. NSS Coordinator Balanji Reddy, Dean Dhanunjay, various department heads and students participated.
Student selected for UK programme
M Harshavardhan Reddy, a B Tech CSE III year student, Malla Reddy Engineering College, was selected for the Mine Analogue Research Programme (MINAR) at Whitby, United Kingdom. Director of Malla Reddy Engineering College, A Ramaswami Reddy said various samples collected from the surface of Mars will be analysed comprehensively in the MINAR programme. The Centre for Astrobiology of the University of Edinburgh is working in collaboration with the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Centre and Mission Mars India organisations and conducted the MINAR programme seven times till date. “It is a matter of pride and honour that the only student selected from India for the 8th edition of MINAR programme is Student of Malla Reddy Engineering College,” he said.
The Students Need to Develop Creativity & Imagination
Medchal Rural: The creative power of education Dr. Ramaswamy Reddy, Director, Main Campus, Mallareddy Engineering College, said.
Gundlapochampally Municipality organized a technical and cultural festival under the name Akshara-2020 on Friday at Mallareddy College in Mysammaguda. This program Speaking on the occasion, he said that academics need to develop creative energy and pave the way for new innovations. Afterwards the code is zindagi, cad Mania, Treasure Hunt, Logo Quiz etc. competitions were organized. Coordinators Dr. Dhanunjaya, Dr. Surendranath and others participated in the program.
The Students need to develop industrial knowledge
Medchal Rural: Engineering students in the future along with traditional education that the industrial knowledge required for jobs should also be developed, Mallareddy Engineering College Ramaswamy Reddy Principal said. Mallareddy Engineering in Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality first year in college A three-day workshop on Robotics for students was held Thursday. He was speaking on the occasion. He pointed out that industry owners are currently prioritizing students with industrial skills in the community. Dean Dr Dhanunjaya said the industries were looking for multi-faceted students and students should not be limited to engineering education but should also focus on allied disciplines. Company Representative Dr. Venkateshwar Reddy, Coordinators Surendranath Reddy, Dr. Angireddy, H.W. Deelu Saroja and Vijayabhaskar Reddy participated.
Second in the C Zone Volleyball Tournament
Medchal Rural: JTUH held at CMREC, Gundlapochampally Municipality in Kandlakoya. The Mallareddy Engineering College team from Mysamma Guda came second in the C Zone Volleyball Tournament. The college team that reached the final faced the MLRIT team and became the runner-up. MREC Principal Dr. Rama Swamy congratulated the team members, PD Aditya Varma, on the second place of the team led by CSC III year student Purushottam. He hopes to achieve more success in the future.
Workshop on Robotics for I B. Tech. students
Workshop on Robotics for I B. Tech. students
'Google Cloud Technology' training program Completed in Mallareddy College
A six-day training program on Google Cloud technology for students under the auspices of Google at MREC College, Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality ended on Monday. Sananur and Ankur Sharma, representatives of Google, trained 53 students from the computer science department at the college. College Principal Ramaswamy Reddy participated in the training closing program and said ... Modern By training in knowledge, students can expand their employment opportunities. Certificates were handed over to the academics who completed the training. Charles Babu, Ashok, Madhubabu and Rokesh Kumar participated in the program. Meanwhile ... College Principal Ramaswamy Reddy congratulated 10 students who were selected for the Placement Drive recently conducted by Prodaft Solutions with an annual salary of Rs. 3 lakhs.
Training programme on Google cloud technology concludes
Training programme on Google cloud technology concludes
Talents of Mallareddy College students in cricket competitions
Medchal Rural: Mallareddy Engineering College students showed their talent in cricket competitions. The Mallareddy Engineering College team emerged victorious in the cricket 'Sports Bout 2K19' organized by Anurag Educational Institutions. In the final, Anurag defeated the college by 6 runs to win the cup. The winning team in cricket is the college Principal Ramaswamy Reddy was felicitated on Friday.
MREC(A) cricket team wins at Sports Bout conducted by Anurag University
MREC(A) cricket team wins at Sports Bout conducted by Anurag University
37 Peoples Selected on Campus Appointments
Medchal Rural: In the campus recruitment conducted on Tuesday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysore, Gundlapochampally Municipality, 37 people got job opportunities. Varun Motors Helter Rajesh conducted competency tests for the students and selected them. 180 students appeared for the written test and 103 passed. In the final phase, 20 service engineers from the mechanical department and 17 MBAs were selected as company business expansion managers. College Principal Dr. Ramaswamy, faculty members Dr. Ravindra, Dr. Anil Kumar, Recruitment Officer Ashok and Coordinator Praveen Babu were present.
Take Advantage of the Training
Medchal Rural: Dr. Ramaswamy Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy Engineering College, advised the faculty to take advantage of the inter-professional training programs. The six-row faculty development training program for electrical and computer engineering faculty conducted under the auspices of AICTE at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda ended on Saturday. On this occasion, he said that training is essential to excel in the profession. Faculty members Narendra Kumar, Rajesh and Ram acted as coordinators for the program. Electrical HOD Rajeshwaran, Computer Department HOD Charles Babu and others participated in the program.
Campus Appointments in Mallareddy
Medchal Rural: Campus appointments were made on Saturday under the auspices of Principal Ramaswamy Reddy at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality. Telecom major Suryatech Solutions has hired junior engineer jobs and Gray Campus research assistant jobs. Surya Tech Solution has conducted and selected various examinations for MBA students along with Engineering. The company selected 78 people for jobs at their company, while Gray Campus selected 16 people. Principal Ramaswamy Reddy congratulated the selected students with an annual salary package of Rs 3.5 lakh.
Medical camp at Mallareddy College
Medchal Rural: Gundlapochampally Municipality conducted a free medical camp for the staff on Saturday at Mallareddy Colleges in Mysammaguda. Organized by the National Insurance Company, Blooms Hospital, the staff conducted several tests at the camp. Dean Dhanunjay, faculty members Adityavarma and Balanjireddy were present on the occasion.
Global Meet Focuses on ‘Transformations in Engineering Education'
Hyderabad: Malla Reddy Engineering College (MREC) (Autonomous) hosted the prestigious two-day international conference ICTIEE 2019, in association with Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) at the inaugural session on Monday. "This conference is a blend of deliberations on teaching Learn- ing Methodologies, Entrepreneur- ship, Industry revolution 4.0 and emerging technologies like AI, Machine Learning etc remarked Principal, S Sudhakara Reddy. He welcomed all the dignitaries and delegates to the sixth International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education
Bhadra Reddy, President, MRGI and Preethi, MD, MRIMS explained the measures taken by the Malla Reddy Health City to address the cause of Social responsibility and to fulfill the ambition of 'Health for all
The chief guest of the occasion, MP Poonia, Vice-Chairman,
AICTE congratulated the college for hosting such a large scale con- ference. He appreciated the efforts put in by the management, Prin- cipal, staff and students. He stressed upon the measures to be adopted for transforming an engineering student into an employable product. He emphasized on the importance practical oriented curriculum design.
The special guest Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, Whip, Telangana State Government and MLC explained the transformation from teacher centric learning to student centric learning. He urged the partici- pants to understand the impor- tance of skill development in the
present generation students.
The conference addressed diversified issues like the emerging technologies, Industrial revolu- tion 4.0, and teaching and learning methodologies, entrepreneurship etc remarked Principal, Dr. S. Sud - hakara Reddy in his address dur- ing the valedictory ceremony of the prestigious two-day Interna- tional conference ICTIEE 2019. He thanked Prof Krishna Vedula Executive Director, and IUCEE for having motivated about 35 internationally acclaimed stalwarts from academia and industryto at- tend the conference. He thanked the associates ofIUCEE Mr. Kan the Reddyand Sridhar Noriforthe cooperation and coordination.
He thanked the Director, Praveen Reddy, Secretary Mahender Reddy and the founder chairman Ch Malla Reddy for their sup- port in building the required infrastructure for conducting such a huge conference. He added that the faculty can update and upgrade their knowledge on continuously evolving skill set by attending such conferences and help their students back home in their colleges.
Prof Hans J Hoyer, Secretary GEDC applauded the hospitality and the personal touch shown by the organising college in taking good care of the delegates of the conference. He urged that nations like India should be a part of global community. Michael Milligan, CEO, ABET explored the scope for excellence in engineering education in India. Guest of honour Sujiv Nair, CEO TASK explained the strategies adopted by TASK in making a student, employable. He remarked that the 60% of the trained students are getting placed in various organisations.
BVR Mohan Reddy, Chairman Cyient Ltd, was the chief guest of the occasion. He said that the industry is looking for highly talented and skilled students. He explained how the modern technology can be used in empowering the conventional system like agriculture by using Drone technologies. Founder chairman and MLA Medchal constituency thanked all the delegates for having come all the way to make the conference a grand success. The ceremony concluded with all the delegates singing the national anthem.
Medchal Rural: A two-day workshop conducted at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally Municipality limits ended on Saturday. Vice Chancellor of the Geological Survey of India Training Institute Sarvottaman was the chief guest at a workshop on 'Recent Developments in Mineral Exploration' organized by the Department of Mining and addressed the gathering. Afterwards the guests along with the College Principal Sudhakar Reddy unveiled the workshop papers. Venkatramayya, Shankar, Srinivas, Krishna Prasad and others participated in the program.
In MREC Project Expo
A national level project expo was organized on Saturday at MREC College in Mysammaguda. Naga Bhushanam, Former Director, Engineering Staff College of India and UGC South India Joint Secretary Srinivas were the chief guests at the Project Expo under the name Vishesh-2K19 on the occasion of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Jayanti. About 700 students from various colleges participated in the Project Expo and presented 200 projects.
Afterwards, Praveen Reddy, Director, Mallareddy Educational Institutions and Sudhakar Reddy, Principal presented cash prizes to the winners. The event was attended by faculty and students.
The role of Engineers in the Development of the Country is Crucial
Dr. Ashok Kumar, Principal, MRET, Gundlapochampally Municipality, Mysammaguda, said that the role of engineers is crucial in the development of the country and in solving the problems faced by the society. Leading engineer Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya celebrated his birthday on Saturday and organized Engineers Day at the college. Speaking on the occasion, he described the services rendered by Visvesvaraya to the country. He was advised that well engineers should take him as an ideal. He said it was challenging to adapt to the unpredictable changes coming in technology. He said that educators need to develop knowledge in line with the coming changes in the fields of electricity, irrigation, communication and software. Only then will students be able to do justice. The event was attended by college deans and various department heads.
Vishesh-2K19 in MREC
A national level project expo titled 'Vishesh-2K19' was organized on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda to mark Engineering Day. The program was inaugurated by Dr. S. Nagabhushan Rao, Former Director, College of Engineering Staff, India and Dr. Srinivas, Joint Secretary, UGS South India Division. On this occasion they said that students want to learn by doing rather than being limited to subject knowledge. He said that the new invention will be germinated through experimental knowledge. Steps are taken towards problem solving through creative thinking. Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal of the college spoke at the end of the program. This time 700 students from Government Polytechnic College, Singareni Polytechnic College, Kottagudem Mining College, BVR IT etc. presented 200 projects. Mallareddy Director of Educational Institutions Praveen Reddy, Coordinators Dr. Swapna and Dr. Dhanunjay participated. The winners were presented with cash prizes.
Medchal Rural: A mass immersion of 516 soil enumerators was carried out on Wednesday at Mallareddy College in Mysammaguda under Gundlapochampally Municipality. sA total of 516 idols were paraded along with the enumerator set up at the college and then immersed.
Foundation Day celebration
Malla College (Autonomous), Maisammaguda celebrated 18th Foundation Day on Thursday. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Dr Sudhakara Reddy said that since the inception in 2002, the college underwent a great transformation in infrastructure and quality standards. 'We at MREC have set a tradition of felicitating both the teaching and non teaching staff who selflessly worked hard to carve a bright career for the student and right platform for it. The college these staff who are the pillars for we made foundation day as a feels it as an honour to felicitate the growth of the college.'
An alumnus of 2014 - 18 batch Civil Engineering Vikas was felicitated by Secretary Mahender Reddy, Director Praveen Reddy and the Principal in the presence of his jubilant parents. Vikas turned into an entrepreneur and provided jobsrather than seeking jobs. added Dr Sudhakara Reddy. The coordinators Dr Dhanunjay and Dr. Surendranath Reddy informed that the programme concluded after giving away the prizes to the winners of various contests conducted as a part of Freshers' Day celebrations.
Awareness on GIS
Medchal Rural: Students of Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College under Gundlapochampally Municipality were imparted knowledge on GIS at the Geological Survey of India Tinning Institute (GNATI) in the city. The three-day event ended on a high note. Mining and civil engineering students in their third year, along with two assistant professors, attended. GSTI Deputy Director Jana Ral Venkateswara Rao provided the Geological Information System and Remote Sensing. Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy and Dean Venkataramaiah thanked the GAITI DDG and officials for the punishment.
Students Must Move Forward as Planned
Medchal Rural: State Labor Minister Mallareddy said that students should take the time to move forward in the development trajectory by making use of time with a planned approach. He was speaking as the chief guest at the 14th graduation ceremony held at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, Gundlapochampally municipal area on Saturday. The world is waiting for skilled engineers. Congratulations to the engineering graduating students. Graduate students are advised to pursue their bright future with relaxed perseverance. Students want to use the knowledge they have acquired for the betterment of society. Principal Sudhakar Reddy announced that the students graduated amidst jubilation after swearing with the students that they will continue the dedication and honest qualities taught by the college for the rest of their lives. The principal said that the students were given all kinds of training required to become world-class engineers. Later, Minister Mallareddy handed over the degrees to the students. A jubilation ceremony was held. Students hoisted the rails into the galley and celebrated. About 850 students received engineering degrees. 95 students in engineering education, 50 students received MBA degrees. Task CEO Srikanth Tata Consultancy Services Regional Officer for Human Resources Srikanth, Program Coordinators Ashok, Surendrana Threddy, Dhanunjay, College Secretary Ma Hender Reddy, Directors Praveen Reddy, Deans and HODs were present on the occasion.
'Better India Education' Award for MREC
Mallareddy Engineering College at Mysammaguda in Gundlapochampally Municipality has been recognized as the best private engineering college. 'Better India Education' was awarded in the evaluation conducted by 'Today Research and Ratings', a leading national quality analytics firm. The awards were presented by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Amar Singh and eminent academics to selected colleges at a function in the national capital on Sunday.
Dr. Sudhar Reddy, who is receiving the Principal Award from Mallareddy Engineering College, participated in the event and received the award. Speaking on the occasion, College Secretary Chamakura Mahender Reddy said, "If we make the college without compromising on my quality standards, Principal Sudhakar Reddy specially congratulated Sudhakar Reddy, noting that the faculty are working hard to fulfill the ownership aspirations.
MREC awarded Best Private Engineering College in TS
Hyderabad: "It's a moment of pride that Malla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) has been conferred with the Best Private Engineering College in Telangana' award by the Prominent New Delhi based rating agency "Today Research and Ratings'," remarked Ch Mahender Reddy, Secretary, MREC(A). "Since the inception of the college quality was given top prior- ity andit started yielding results now." he added. He congratulated Principal Dr S Sudhakara Reddy for his active role. Dr S Sudhakara Reddy stated that it was a moment of ecstasy to receive the renowned award from Manish Sisodia.
Internship on Python for IT students of Malla Reddy college
A 10-day internship on Python was organised for second year Information Technology (IT) students of B. Tech course from Malla Reddy Engineering College (MREC) in association with Scube Future Technologies, Hyderabad, and WebCognize Softech Private Limited.
"It is an eye-opener session for budding engineers to choose their right coding domain," said Harish Saripalli, Managing Director (MD) of Scube Future Technologies, Hyderabad.
He added that the internship was scheduled with hands-on sessions in such a manner that it covered right from installation of required software to developing a small project by a student.
Dr. S. Sudhakara Reddy, Principal, MREC, said that the internship was organised with hands-on session to give real world experiences to students along with directions to decide their careers in the right path.
Dr. S. Kannan, HoD of the IT department, and Y. Naveen Reddy, senior corporate trainer, WebCognize Softech, meticulously planned the schedules.
35% Staff at Malla Reddy Engineering College are Women
"It is a matter of pride that about 35% of staff working in various departments in the college are women while the girl students' intake is up to 33% as per the norms,” re- marked Dr. S. Sudhakara Reddy, Principal, Malla Red- dy Engineering College (MREC) (Autonomous).
During International Wo- men's Day celebrations in the college, Dr. Reddy men- tioned that women have got special capabilities to ba- lance family, work and socie- tal responsibilities.
He said that several wo-men alumni of the MREC have taken up entrepreneur ship and an alumnus of B. Tech IT branch, Santoshi Latha, was providing em- ployment opportunities to about 65 people.
Deepika Chalasani, Co-founder, Fit4Life, was the chief guest. She advised students to set achievable goals and to work hard to achieve them without getting demotivated by petty troubles. Shalini Reddy, management member, and Prof. S. Saroja, coordinator of the event, were present.
Women's Day Celebrations 2019
Medchal Zone Team:
Women in Medchal constituency celebrated World Women's Day on Friday. Medchal, Shamirpet, Keesara, Ghatkesar in the constituency
Apart from the zones, celebrations were held in Medchal, Gundlapochampally, Pocharam, Thonkunta, Jawaharnagar and Ghatkesar municipalities. Women's Day was organized by women employees at Hakimpet Depot.
In the Keesara zone...
Mahenderreddy distributed saris to the panchayat sanitation staff in Dammaiguda. Women MPs were richly honored in villages like Godhumakunta.
In the Ghatkesar Zone...
Rallies and meetings were held at schools and engineering colleges in the zone on the occasion of International Women's Day
Women cut a cake and celebrated Sambura under the auspices of Mepma in Medchal Municipality. Ceremonies were held at CMR Set and CMR TC colleges in Kandlakoya village in the zone. Many women delegates participated and addressed the Women's Day organized at Mallareddy EC and CE Engineering Colleges in Mysammaguda in the zone.
In the Culture Township the women cut the cake and celebrated.
In Jawahar Nagar...
World Women's Day celebrations were held in Jawahar Nagar. Women's Day and celebrations were organized under the auspices of Sadara Society Education, Labor Women's Federation and Jagriti organizations.
International Conference on Engineering Education
Malla Reddy Engineering college (Autonomous) hosted the prestigious two-day International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education 2019, in association with Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education (IU-CEE).
The participants comprised people like Prof. Hans J.Hoyer, secretary of Global Engineering Deans Council, Prof. Michael Milligan, CEO of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology, and Stephanie Farrell, president of American Society for Engineering Education, among others.
M.P. Poonia, AICTE vice-Chairman, appreciated the efforts put in by the management and stressed measures to be adopted for transforming an engineering student into an employable product. He emphasised the importance of practical-oriented curriculum design.
The conference addressed diversified issues like emerging technologies, Industrial revolution 4.0, teaching and learning methodologies, entrepreneurship etc., said college principal Dr. S. Sudhakara Reddy.
IUCEE executive director prof. Krishna Vedula; MLC Dr. Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, MLA Ch. Malla Reddy; TSCHE Chairman Prof. T. Papi Redy, JNTU-H Vice Chancellor, Prof. A. Venugopal Reddy spoke on the occasion.
Skills are the Best Future
Medchal, - News day:
BVR Mohan Reddy, Chairman, NASSCOM and Founder, Scient, NASSCOM, said that MLA Mallareddy's future will be a reminder to the brilliant BVR Mohan Reddy if students develop these skills in various disciplines at the art school level in the context of globalization. He was speaking at the closing ceremony of the 6th International Conference on 'Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTIEE-2019)' at Malla Reddy College of Mechanical Education, Mysammaguda, Medchal District. Apply modern technology to the agricultural sector. Students are advised to work hard to connect. Malla Reddy Chairman of Educational Institutions, Medical MLA Chamakura Malla Reddy, College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, IUCEE Founders Acharya Krishnavedula, Representatives Kantaravu, Sridhar Nori, E Praveen, Secretary Mahender Reddy, GEDC Secretary Acharya "Hansa Ho - - Yer, Organizer Officer Dr. Michael Milligan, Task Chief Executive Officer Mr. Sujeev Nair 'and others participated.
Changes are Needed in Engineering Education
AICTE Vice Chairman Dr. M.P. said that more revolutionary changes are needed in engineering education. Pony said. He inaugurated the 6th two-day International Conference on Technical Education Transfers and Teaching at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda on Monday. Government Chief Whip, MLC Pallara Jeshwar Reddy, Medical MLC and College Chairman Mallareddy were present as special guests. On the occasion, they said that students would stand out if they were provided with a disciplined education. He said Indian engineering students are the most talented in the world. Telangana Higher Education Council Chairman Papireddy, JNTU Vice Chancellor Way Nugopal Reddy, IAEES General Secretary Hans Hoyer, MRGI Secretary Mahender Reddy, MRGI President CH Bhadrareddy, Mallareddy College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, professors and students of various colleges were present.
Quality Education Lags Behind
Medchal: AIC TE Vice Chairman Dr MP Poonia has called for appropriate changes as we are lagging behind in education due to lack of quality education. The 6th International Conference on 'Transformations in Engineering Ring Education', a two-day event, kicked off on Monday at the Mallamreddy College of Mechanical Education, Mysammaguda. AI CTE Vice Chairman Dr MP Poonia, Higher Education Chairman Papireddy and local MLA Mallareddy, who were the chief guests, lit the torch and inaugurated the function. He blamed the teachers for the lack of autonomy for the students and said that our students were not progressing due to unemployment. He blamed the teachers for the lack of autonomy for the students and said that our students were not progressing due to unemployment. Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy, College Governing Body Chairman Dr TKK Reddy, IUCEE Director Krishnavedullah, GEDC Secretary Hens Hoyer, ABET CEO Michael Milligan, Kutch MLA Vive Kananda, Palamuru University Vice Chancellor Rajaratnam and others were present.
The Future of the Country in the Hands of the Youth
Medchal Rural: The future of the country is in the hands of the youth and the speakers called on the young engineers to work hard to lead the country on the path of development. The 6th International Conference on 'Transformations in Engineering Education' was held on Monday at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda under Gundla Pochampally, Medical Zone. MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, AICTE Vice Chairman Punya, Higher Education Chairman Papireddy, MLAs Mallareddy and Vivek were present on the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Rajeshwar Reddy said that the students want to increase their knowledge of the subject as well as related knowledge and awareness on the changes coming in the society. TRS says it will take steps to improve the quality of engineering education. IUCE ED Krishna Vedula, JNTU Vice Chairman Venugopal, Palamuru Vice Chancellor Rajaratnam, BET CEO Michael Miller, Jade Secretary Anfohel, College Governing Body TKK Reddy, Principal Sudhakar Reddy and others were present on the occasion.
Lack of Quality in the Education System
Medchal Rural: All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Vice Chairman MP Punya Avedana expressed concern over the lack of quality in the education system. He inaugurated the two-day international conference at Mallareddy Engineering Colleges in Mysammaguda village in the Medchal zone on Monday along with Higher Education Council Chairman Papireddy, Government Whip Palla Rajeshwarreddy, JNTU Vice Chancellor Venugopal, Mallareddy Educational Institutions Chairman and MLA Mallareddy. He said there was a lack of skill among the students. He said that educational institutions are not educating students at that level. Students do not have access to employment opportunities due to lack of technical skills required by the industry. Academics want to work to fill this gap between industries and students. It was suggested that the necessary technical facilities and faculty be made available. Students have brought to their attention that despite the facilities in the colleges, there are no faculty members who can provide them with full-fledged knowledge. AICTE offers specialized training programs for such students. Higher Education Council Chairman Papireddy said, "We want to acquire new knowledge in line with the changes in the society." Palla Rajeshwar Reddy said ... Faculty and students want to have a philosophy of perpetual learning. Vice Chancellors of JNTU and Palamuru varsities Venugo Paul, Rajaratnam, MLAs Mallareddy and Viveka Nand addressed the function. The event was attended by College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, IUCEE ED Krishna Vedula, GEDC Secretary Hans Hoyle, Bet CEO Michael, College Governing Body Chairman TKK Reddy and others.
KTR handed over B-form to Mallareddy
Ghatkesar, Newsday: Minister KTR B-form was handed over to Medchal constituency Terasa candidate MP Chamakura Malla Reddy on Friday evening. It is known that two days ago, CM KCR announced Mallareddy as a candidate.
Proudly Manufacturing Day
Medchal: Manufacturing Day (Productivity Day) was celebrated on Friday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. The conference was inaugurated by Satyanarayana, Head, SIM Technologies and Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, College. Speaking on the occasion, they said that the manufacturing sector is significantly affecting the country's gross domestic product. He explained that the industry is currently moving from traditional productivity to additive productivity. He then delivered a keynote address at the conference on 'Opportunities for Engineers in the Indian Industry'. The event was attended by Dean Venkatramayya, Dean, College Care Co-operation Center, faculty and students.
Awareness for students on stock markets
Medchal: An awareness program on stock markets was organized for MBA students on Thursday at Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone. College Principal Sudhakara Reddy and Spokesperson Mallesh, who participated in an awareness program for MBA students on Commodities and Derivatives, said, "All MBA students want to develop the power to change the steps and directions of an organization. Educated students on the topics of Key Man, Education, Different Objects. The speaker, who was the chief guest at the conference, was later honoured by the college faculty with a memento. The event was attended by MBA Department Head Anil, Coordinator Balaji Reddy and faculty.
Medchal Rural: BR Sushil Kumar, Director, Department of Mines and Underground, said that the importance of mining engineering is increasing and employment opportunities are plentiful. The Department of Mining Engineering, under the auspices of the Association of Mining Engineers of India, organized a one-day symposium on Saturday at Gundlapochampally Panchayat Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College on the topic of opportunities for entertainers in the field of light minerals. Speaking on the occasion, Sushil Kumar said, "There are always dangers in the extraction of minerals. The country is proud of the struggle of mining engineers to protect their colleagues. From time to time students want to be aware of the new technological changes coming in the field of mining. Spokespersons explained the recent new laws in the field of mining, the provision funds made, the minerals available in the state, the challenges in blasting and so on. On this occasion the humility of taking the first admission in Mining Engineering was especially appreciated. Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Bharat Mining Chief Secretary Krishnamurthy, Dr Venkatramayya, TV Chaudhary, Rafi Ahmed, Rajasekhar Reddy and PVS Sharma were present on the occasion.
2-day Entrepreneurship Awareness camp at MREC
Hyderabad: Entrepreneurship is a reliable career alternative for the present day students remarked principal Dr S Sudhakara Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy Engineering College (Autonomous). The College organised a two-day Entrepreneurship Awareness camp from September 26-27 in association with Entrepreneurship Development Cell, JNTUH.
Speaking on the closing ceremony of the event, Dr.S. Sudhakara Reddy said that the college is providing facilities for the all-round development of the student and it is the student who has to make a wise choice of the available facilities that suit his interests and talents. He added that in the backdrop of liberalisation, globalisation and privatisation popularly known as LPG, the present day students have got a wide variety of opportunities to become entrepreneurs. ‘Instead of being job seekers’, he remarked ‘the students should become job providers’. He expressed his happiness to learn that about 6 students presented their business idea at the end of the event. He suggested them to explore the possibilities of converting those ideas into product or service.
Dr Radhika Meenakshi CEO, Wise Owl elucidated the successful entrepreneurs’ stories to the participants on the first day in the morning session. Participants on the first day in the morning session. Participants were greatly motivated by the anecdotes. Pendyala Prasad with over 25 years of experience in IT industry and the renowned philanthropist addressed the participants in the afternoon session on the first day on Innovative business idea generation and identification of suitable opportunities. He also explained about the entrepreneurial mind set.
The first session on the second day was handled by Dr. Manoharan who is well versed with the banking procedures. He explained clearly about various schemes offered by banks promote entrepreneurship. He also mentioned the details of different subsidies that an entrepreneur is eligible for, from the banks. The motivated participants presented their business ideas in the concluding session on the second day.
‘It was a completely packed schedule for the two days’, said Dr Rajeswaran, Dean, EDC and the coordinator of the event.
International conference by CE and ME
Medical Rural: An international research conference under the auspices of Civil and Mechanical Engineering started on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. JNTUH UGC Prof. Vishwanath, who was the chief guest at the event. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that research seminars are a great platform for students to share and broaden their innovative ideas. On the day of Engineers' Day it is appreciated to organize more seminar on their scope of knowledge. The faculty then presented their research papers. Prasanna Kumar, Narsinghareddy, Yogesh and others participated in the program.
Awareness Programme on Stay away from the raging
Medchal, News Today: Mallareddy College Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy and Pate Basheerabad CI Ravichandra said that ragging is a legal offense. Mysammaguda Mallareddy conducted an awareness program on ragging at the College of Mechanical Engineering. The principal, CI Ravichandran, who is vowing to be jailed for six months to three years if convicted of ragging, said there was a possibility. He also said that it would be difficult to get a passport. Dean Dhanunjay, Dr. Rajeshwaran, Coordinator Surendranath Reddy and others participated in the program.
Must move forward with determination and perseverance
Medchal, New Study: MP Chamakura Mallareddy said that even ordinary people can reach extraordinary levels if they work with determination and perseverance. Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College celebrated its 13th Graduation Ceremony, Campus Appointments and Alumni Day celebrations on Saturday. MP Mallareddy and JNTUH Evaluation Director Acharya Kamakshiprasad were the chief guests at the event. Earlier along with Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy they lit the torch and then distributed the rails to the students. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded to the students who achieved the highest marks. He said that success is assured if one strives for the goal in good faith. Saripalli Kotireddy, Heads of Departments, Faculty and Parents of the students were present on the occasion.
Rich Orientation Day
MP Mallareddy and Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy have suggested that 21st century engineers need subject knowledge as well as additional skills. Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College organized an Orientation Day on Monday for first year engineering students. Explains the rules to be followed in case of passing education and examinations. Dr. Preethireddy Prasad, Head of Mallareddy Medical College, etc. Faculty, students, parents.
Completed faculty training program
Faculty members involved in the program
Medchal Rural: The week-long faculty development program conducted at Mysammaguda Narsinghareddy Engineering College in the zone ended on Saturday. During this meeting Neeti Warangal Professor Dr. Shashi made several suggestions to the faculty. The event was attended by college chairman Narsinghareddy, secretary Trishul Reddy, treasurer Trilok Reddy, director Dr Srinivas and principal Dr Shekhar convener Sudarshan Reddy.
The six-day engineering drawing program conducted at Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone ended on Saturday. The closing session approved the engineering drawing and thanked the national bodies AICTC and ISTE for releasing the funds. Professors and Deans of Mallareddy College Sudhakar Reddy, Dharmalingam, Gunasekhar, Suresh, Na Rsinhareddy, Rajeshwaran and others participated in the program.
Training program on engineering drawing
Medchal Rural: A week-long training program on engineering drawing started on Monday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village. KITS Warangal Retired Faculty Sastri, Pandit Dean Dayal Petroleum Engineering University Former Vice Chancellor Kishan Kumar Reddy, Sri Venkateswara Former Dean KL Narayanalu and College Principal Sudhakar Reddy addressed the function. Engineering drawing plays a significant role in shaping the creative imagination into reality. He said that a feeling that cannot be expressed in a hundred words can be conveyed with a single toy. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy later honored them. Faculty members Narsinghareddy, Gunasekharan, Rajeshwarreddy, Dhanunjay, Ramanamurthy, Vamsi and others participated in the program.
Awareness for students on ‘Task’
Mallareddy College Principal Dr. Sudhakareddy suggested that technology should be used for knowledge acquisition. Maisa Mmagooda Mallareddy College of Mechanical Education in collaboration with Telangana Skill Council (TASK) He on Friday launched a week-long training program called the Prime Minister's Digital Literacy Campaign. Task Process Lead Ravi Paladugu, Anil and others were present on the occasion.
16th Annual day-Anything can be achieved if tried
Medchal Rural: Malkajgiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy said that a man can achieve anything if he tries and he comes from a farming family and runs so many educational institutions that his life is dedicated to the students. Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda area of the zone celebrated its anniversary on Friday night. The MP, who was the chief guest at the event, said students should not rest until they have achieved high goals. Earlier, Principal Sudhakar Reddy read out the annual report of the college. Ramesh Chander, Microsoft Principal Project Manager, who was present at the event, explained the campus appointments and duty procedures. Explains the topics that students need to focus on. Testimonials were presented to students who showed talent in various subjects. The cultural programs organized by the students at the event were quite impressive. The event was attended by college secretary Mahender Reddy, H. Wodey, deans and students.
iB hubs Boot camp in Mallareddy College
Medchal Rural: An awareness program on entrepreneurship for students was organized under the auspices of IB Hubs at Mallareddy Engineering Colleges in Mysammaguda village in the zone. Shashank Reddy, an IIT Bombay alumnus and spokesperson for IB Hubs, said that IB Hubs aims to show the right direction to students who want to thrive with continuous guidance. He said students will thrive if they focus on what interests them. Later, delegates Shivshankar, Shashank Nanabala and Gautam trained the students on various topics. IBHubs aims to establish a culture of innovation and enterprise nourishment across the country. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said students should take advantage of such programs. IB Hubs representatives, faculty and students participated.
Proudly Women's Day
Medchal: International Women's Day was celebrated across the constituency on Thursday. In the mandals of the district, public funds, voluntary organizations and women's associations have organized various large-scale programs. On this occasion, students in many schools wished women teachers and wished them a happy Women's Day. Many are of the opinion that national development is possible only when women do not have equal rights economically, socially and politically. Certificates were awarded to 40 women who had completed training in tailoring under the auspices of the Coalition Trust. He also congratulated the female staff and students at the celebrations held at various engineering colleges.
Awareness for students on deep learning
A guest lecture was held on Tuesday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village. Deepak Gard, Head, Department of Computer Science, Bennett University, Noida, participated in the event and introduced the topic of 'Deep Learning' to the students. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy handed over a memento in honor of Deepak Gard on the occasion. The event was attended by faculty members Prabhakaran, Keshava Vamsikrishna, Rajeshwaran and others.
Educators' certification programme: To learn novel strategies for teaching millennials
Millennial students need to be taught in a creative manner, remarked Dr. S. Sudhakara Reddy, Principal, MREC, inaugurating the IUCEE International Engineering Educators' Certification Program (IIEECP).
Addressing the 26 enthusiastic participants from different colleges, Dr. Sudhakara Reddy mentioned that the workshop was aimed at introducing the faculty to novel strategies of engaging the millennial students, and harnessing technology for effective teaching.
Dr. Veena Kumar, Online Professor, University of Maryland, USA, was the resource person for the threeday workshop. Dr. Veena Kumar informed the participants that they will be eligible to attend an international certification programme, after successfully completing the Phase - I workshop. She said the strategies discussed during the workshop helped the faculty to conduct a class effectively and create interest among the students in the subject being taught. Coordinators Dr. Rajeswaran and Kesava Vamsi Krishna V., submitted a summary report.
Cricket competitions at Mallareddy College
Medchal Rural: JNTU H Azone sports competitions were held enthusiastically at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysamma Gooda village in Manda Lam. The colleges under JNTUH were divided into four zones and cricket matches were held for the teams in Ajon on the grounds of Mallareddy College. TKREC College emerged victorious in the cricket tournament which was held on the college grounds for the last 6 days. JNTUH Exercise Education faculty member Dilip and college principal Sudhakar Reddy spoke at the closing ceremony. Students want to give importance to sports in addition to reading. He said JNTUH was organizing cricket competitions as it felt the need for physical fitness in addition to education. Congratulations to the TKREC team for winning the competition. The event was attended by college exercise education educators Aditya Verma and Pradeep.
Commencement of MREC Faculty Training Seminar
Medchal: A three-day teacher training seminar at Mallareddy Engineering College (MREC) in Mysammaguda began on Saturday. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy inaugurated the training seminar organized in collaboration with the Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education. Veenakumar, a lecturer at the University of Maryland in the United States, spent three days explaining the precautions to be taken in teaching faculty at various art schools, as well as the steps that need to be taken to make a student useful to the community as an engineer. He said the technology will teach faculty the best teaching methods they can use.
Best Award for Mallareddy College Principals
Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, Malla Reddy Engineering Ring College, Mysammaguda, won the Bennett University Rhythm Award for Best Influential Leader in Greater Noida. Principal Sudhakar Reddy received the award on Friday at the hands of IUCEE spokesperson Krishna Veda. Principal Sudhakar Reddy and four faculty members participated in the 5th International Conference on Transformation in Engineering Education organized by Bennett University at the internationally renowned IUCEE. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that IUCEE was happy to select him as the best and most influential leader in view of the decisions taken over the last 6 years at Mallareddy College, the revolutionary changes brought about in the design of the curriculum and the unique skill development training programs offered to the students in view of the needs of the industry. He thanked the staff and staff for giving him the award. He said his team had submitted 8 research papers at the international conference.
Research should be encouraged - Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy
Citiburo, Namaste Telangana:
Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that our country is making progress in all fields. He said there was a need to encourage research in other fields, including engineering, to move further. An international conference on Transformation in Engineering Education was held at Bennett University in Greater Noida on Thursday. The conference was attended by the faculty of Mallareddy Engineering College in the city. On this occasion, MP Mallareddy along with the delegation also visited and discussed with the foreign delegates who were there. He discussed with former UGC chairman VS Chauha the steps to be taken to curb quality engineering education. Mallareddy Engineering College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy was recognized and honored as an influential leader at the conference. Congratulating Sudhakar Reddy, Mallareddy said the same spirit should continue. A team of 8 faculty members from the college presented research papers on various topics. Dr. Rajeshwar Rao, Dr. A team consisting of Dhanunjay, Dr. Kannan and Vamsikrishna participated in the conference.
Begin training on Lab View software
Medchal Rural: Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysamma Guda for students to learn the techniques of technology required for industries Principal Sudhakar Reddy said. He kicked off a 5-day training program hosted by Lab View Software at the college on Monday. He later said that a training program has been set up for the students keeping in view the needs of the industry. Did you buy the Lab View software from the prestigious National Instruments at a cost of Rs 30 lakh? He thanked the founding chairman of the college, MP Mallareddy, for his cooperation. Accredited coaches Vijay Chandan and Aneesh will supervise the training. Students in Electrical Engineering and ECE departments want to take advantage of this opportunity.
Mallareddy Engineering College Youth Association
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: In the context of globalization, students should be aware of the cultural traditions of different countries and regions, said Dr. Sudhaka Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy Engineering College. The India-Sri Lanka Youth Association program was organized at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village in the zone. Organized in collaboration with the Leisure and Audios Foundation, the event featured college students discussing the cultural traditions, arts and political conditions of the two countries with Sri Lankan students. Speaking on the occasion, the Principal said that the Youth Association program is a platform for students to understand the culture of the country as well as the cultural traditions of different countries around the world. Lee Shreyu Foundation Founder Umashankar, Audios Foundation Executive Director Dinesh College Faculty, National Service Scheme Coordinators Balanjireddy, Sanji Varavu and students participated.
Students need partners in Epics
MEDCHAL: Engineering students should become partners in the Epic program launched in engineering colleges to show solutions to the problems faced by the general public, said Dr William Oaks, a professor of mechanical engineering at Parudya University in the United States. Dr. William Oaks participated and addressed a meeting with Manda students on the topic of Epic Engineering Projects at the Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, Mysore. He said that Epics was started to bring about a clear change in the society and 25 universities across the country are partners in the organization. The meeting was attended by College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Deans Rajeshwaran, Dhanunjay, Coordinators Balanjireddy and students.
Educators should prioritize research
Medchal, Namaste Telam Gana: Faculty should give priority to education as well as research JNTUH Professor Chennakesha Vareddy said. Malla Reddy College of Engineering, Mysamma Guda, Medical Mandalam on Saturday organized an awareness program on the topic of College Faculty Four, honoring JNTUH Professor Chennakeshavareddy, a research paper writing function. On this occasion, he said that the faculty who teach students want to cultivate a passion for reading and develop a wave of skills in education. Research should be done in a way that is useful to the society and not limited to teaching, and good contributions can be made if care is taken in writing a research paper. He said that in the early stages of research, it is necessary to work hard and read a large amount of research papers. In research it is suggested that faculty should be the ideal for students. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Program Coordinator Narsingh Reddy, Heads of various Departments and faculty participated in the program.
Students must protect the interests of the country
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Renore Das, founder of Ixorotech, said that students should set up institutions in a way that contributes to their personal and social development by adding their knowledge and skills. A one-day workshop on Entrepreneurship for MBA students was organized on Tuesday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. On this occasion, he said that the students should not waste their intellectual property and go ahead with plans to benefit ten people. He urged the people to embrace new projects and safeguard the interests of the country. The event was attended by Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Coordinator Rajeshwaran, Anil Kumar, Balanjireddy, faculty and students.
Mallareddy College Youth Association
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that the youth should respect the cultural traditions of the country. The Haryana-Telam Gana Youth Association program was organized on Monday under the auspices of the National Service Scheme at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the Medchal zone. This program The inaugural MP said that the One India Great India Program under the auspices of the Ministry of Youth Affairs of the Central Government is a youth movement between different states Meet said the event is underway. As part of this, he said, the event was organized to introduce the culture and traditions of Haryana to the youth of our state. Many cultural events were organized on this occasion. The event was attended by Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Dean Rajeshwaran, Dhanunjay, JNTUH National Service Scheme Coordinator Sammulal, College Coordinators Balanjireddy, Sanjeevarao, various department heads and students.
Innovation should be added to the curriculum
Medical Rural: JNTUH Professor Pratap Reddy said that teachers should always try to add innovation to the curriculum keeping in view the changing technology. Curriculum at the Autonomous College on Thursday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone Conducted a workshop on the topic of design approaches and challenges. JNTUH Professor Pratap Reddy had a comprehensive discussion with the faculty on the pre-design paradigms, the factors influencing them and the critical analysis to be done after the design at the Pratap Reddy Workshop. Professor Pratap Reddy was later honored by the college management. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Coordinator Ramanamurthy and faculty participated.
Focus on technology
Medchal, Newsday: University of California professors Dr Rauvemuri and Mallareddy College of Mechanical Engineering Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy have suggested that we should keep abreast of the rapidly changing technologies and move forward in the competitive world. An awareness seminar on Computational Intelligence Machine Learning Process was organized on Friday at Mallareddy College of Engineering, Mysammaguda, Medical Zone. Speaking on the occasion, they said that the world is focused on issues such as non-conventional energy sources.
Navratri pujas in glory
On the third day of the Shri Devi Sharanvaratri festival, the temples are jam-packed with devotees. In the temples under the Medical Zone, the goddess appeared to the devotees in various forms. In the morning, devotees participated in the anointing, Lalita Sahasranama writing, mantrapuspam and other poojas. Students of Mallareddy Engineering Ring College organized the Batukamma festival on a large scale. Malkaji Giri MP Mallareddy was present on the occasion. District Revenue Officer Surender Rao inaugurated the Batukamma celebrations at Medchal-Malka Jigiri Collectorate. In the same way the people and public representatives in the constituency are holding the Batukamma celebrations in the most glorious manner.
Glorious 'Mokshagundam' Jayanti
Medchal, News Day: MP Malla Reddy and Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy said that Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam should inspire Visvesvaraya to excel. They spoke at the Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Jayanti function at the Medical Zone Mysammaguda Mallareddy College of Mechanical Engineering. Tributes were paid to the idol of Visvesvaraya with garlands. Coordinators Dr. Maheshwari, Prabhakaran, Dean Rajeshwaran, Dhanunjay, Exercise Instructor Aditya Varma, National Service Scheme Coordinator Balanjireddy and others participated in the program.
Medchal, News Day:
Mysammaguda St. Jayanti Peters College of Machine Education celebrated Engineers' Day. Haida Rabad Power Department ADE G.Mahesh, College Secretary TV. Reddy, Principal Dr. M. Narendraku Mar participated.
Finished Scale Workshop
Medchal Rural: A three-day workshop on scale organized at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda ended on Saturday. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said in this closing session ... Engineering students can find easy solutions to many problems in the society. It is suggested that today’s generation of students should have subject knowledge as well as social consciousness. Ganesh explains about the quick release device that accelerates immersions. Students who gave paper presentations at the workshop were presented with a memorandum as well as partisan certificates. Coordinators Lakshmi Swaroopa, Ramachandran, Dean Rajeshwaran, Dhanunjay, Ramanamurthy, faculty participated.
Swachh Bharat, Harithaharam Rally
Medchal Rural: College students on Saturday organized an awareness rally on Swachh Bharat, anti-open defecation and greenery programs in Doolapally village, which has adopted the National Service Scheme of Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. He went to the villagers and explained to them the characteristics of Swachh Bharat and Harithaharam as well as the dangers posed by open defecation. Later plants were planted in the village. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that every village should be transformed into a clean village. Coordinators Sanjeevarao and Balanjireddy participated in the program.
Awareness for students on anti-drugs
Medchal: Pate Bashirabad ACP Srinivasa Rao has called on students in engineering colleges not to get addicted to drugs and not to engage in ragging. An awareness program on anti-ragging and anti-drugs was organized on Saturday under the auspices of the Police and Excise Department at Medical Zone Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College. ACP, who was the chief guest, said the students wanted to become responsible engineers who could serve the country responsibly. Senior students want to shine with brotherhood towards junior students.
I want to create a ragging free college. Do not abuse technology. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that students should stay away from intoxicants and student life is very valuable. Students want to excel academically and bring name to college parents. The anti-ragging poster was vowed by the students along with the vaporization on the occasion. Afterwards a rally was held on the college premises. The event was attended by Excise Officer Ganesh, SA Venka Tesham, HODs and students.
Medchal, Newsday: Environmental cleanliness per Everyone's responsibility is most important in terms of health, Malla Reddy College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy suggested. Medical Zone Mysammaguda Malla Reddy College of Engineering to conduct Swachhbharat program as part of Swachh Bharat Pakshotsa Vala as per the directions of the Union Ministry of Youth and Sports Under the auspices of the National Service Scheme. Do not carry out various activities for 15 days in the program As it turned out, Swachh Bharat pledged with the students on Wednesday. Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Coordinator Balaji Reddy, Sanjeevarao and others.
Students should make the most of the time: MP
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that college students should take advantage of their precious time while studying and find a way to excel in life. Orientation program for first year students at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, Medchal Zone. The MP who participated in the event said that the student phase is the most crucial for every person. Instead of studying technology, we want to be able to make it useful to ten people in the future. He said that those who go ahead with the plan in good faith in any field will be recognized in the society. Educators are advised to teach quality education without compromise. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Dean Dhanunjay, Heads of various Departments Surendranath Reddy, Vijayabhaskar Reddy, Vijay, Saroja, faculty and students were present on the occasion.
The fourth day is the Batukamma festival
Mysammaguda - Adab News: Batukamma Samburas are full of joy as Rama Rama Uyyalo Ramane Sri Rama Uyyalo. Batukamma Sambura was celebrated enthusiastically by women staff and students on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. Malkajgiri MPs, College Founding Chairman Chamakura Mallareddy and their family members Kalpanareddy, Mrs. Shalinireddy and others participated and added more charm to the celebrations. Bathukammas decorated with different types of flowers were piled up in the middle and everyone joined in the fun by playing. The most important Batukamma celebrations for women in the Telangana tradition are held every year on the college campus. A. Sudhakar Reddy said. The government has identified this festival as the most important cultural festival of Telangana. He said such celebrations would be invaluable in inculcating cultural traditions in today's generation of students. College staff and students were overjoyed at the celebrations, which were co-ordinated by Saroja.
Greenery at Mallareddy Engineering College
Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that everyone should join hands to protect the environment of Medchal and Namaste Telangana. The MP participated in the Green Dew program organized at Mallareddy Engineering and MBA Colleges in Mysamma Guda in Medchal Zone and planted seedlings. The students were advised to take part in the greening program and take care of the plants. On this occasion, the students held a rally in the college yard. Principal Sudhakar Reddy, VSK Reddy, Dean Muralikrishna, H Wodeenaveen Kumar, faculty and students were present on the occasion.
Anniversaries in machine education colleges
Medchal: Finance Minister Itala Rajender has said that lakhs of jobs are coming up in Telangana in the coming days. Narasimhareddy - The College of Mechanics celebrated its 10th anniversary. Itala Rajender and MP Mallareddy unveiled a statue of Abdul Kalam on the college campus. Chairman Narsinghareddy, Owners Trishul Reddy and Trilok Reddy were present. This Mallareddy Engineering College ... Mallareddy Machine Education College in the zone celebrated its 15th anniversary. Itala Rajender, MP Mallareddy inaugurated the program. Cultural events were entertaining.
Leadership traits along with education Get used to it
Medchal, News Today: JNTU Sultanpur Easy Acharya Prabhakar Rao and Malla Ready Engineering College Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy have suggested that having leadership qualities along with education is of utmost importance to today's generation of students.Akshara 2K17 program was organized at Medical Zone Maisa Mmaguda Malla Reddy Engineering College. The event was attended by over 400 students from various art galleries. Coordinators Dr. Prasannakumar, Vamsi, Deans of various departments participated.
Every drop of water must be driven away: Snehalatha
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Dr. Snehalatha, consultant, Hyderabad Metrowater Works, said that everyone should preserve every drop of water for future generations. On the occasion of World Water Day, a National Youth Conference on Protected Fresh Water for Future Generations was organized at Malla Reddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, Medical Zone under the auspices of the Central Government Youth Affairs, Ministry of Sports, College National Service Scheme.On this occasion, she said that water is essential for human survival, of which safe water is most essential. Today’s generation is advised to conserve water as there is a possibility of many problems for water in the future. It was suggested that every drop of water received by the rain should be driven away to protect the existing water from being wasted. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, SSS Coordinator Balanjireddy, college educators, young men and women from different states participated.
Launch of the Mechanical Engineering Association
Medical Rural: In Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda in the zone Founded the Mechanical Engineering Association and launched Monday. In the program College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said he was happy to establish the Mechanical Engineering Association in the college as the world focused on the fourth generation industrial revolution. Descriptive Innovation is then explained. Congratulations to those who were active in setting up the association. Ravindra, RS Reddy, Narsingh Reddy, Coordinator Yogesh, Faculty, Mechanical Engineering students participated
Awesome Pan Fanning Speech
Medical Rural: Maisammaguda village A guest lecture program was organized on Tuesday at Malla reddy Engineering Colleges in the area. Paul Fanning of the University of Ireland was the chief guest. The event, which was organized for the benefit of civil engineering students, focused on pan-fanning sensor communication and long-term monitoring of bridges based on numerical models. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that he was happy to come to Pan Fanning College, which is known as a world class engineer in the College of Engineering. The event was attended by civil engineering ring faculty, staff and students.
Students Must Move Forward with Lofty Goals
Mana Telangana / Medchal: Founding Presidents of Mallareddy Educational Institutions and Malkajgiri Lok Sabha Member Chama Kura Mallareddy, President of Telangana Rashtra Samithi Greater Hyderabad, Former MLA Mainampalli Hanumanthavu Said. The New Year celebrations were held on Saturday at the New Neering (Autonomous) College at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, a bond village of Gundlapochampally in the zone. On this occasion they cut a huge cake and wished the students and staff a Happy New Year. They then said that they wish all the students who have successfully completed the year 2016 and are entering 2017 with a new impetus. He said that students should work hard to discover new things so that they can climb higher peaks in life. He said that the student should not be lazy in the stage and should try with care and interest in reading at all times. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy said that students are advised to evaluate what you have done in the past year and think about what you will do in the coming new year. He said that success is yours if you plan ahead with discipline. On this occasion they unveiled the New Year's diary. Various department heads, faculty and students participated.
New Year's Celebrations in College
Medchal: Malkajgiri MPs Chamakura Mallareddy and Teresa Greater President Mainampalli Hanumantrao have called for austerity measures to be achieved with advance planning. New Year celebrations were held at Mysamma Gooda Mallareddy Engineering College in Mandal. On this occasion the college released the New Year's diary, timelines, cut the cake and participated. Greetings. They said that they want to evaluate their performance in the past year and set lofty goals to achieve success in the new year. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that the program was successful throughout the last year and asked the college faculty and students to take part in the program.
Cycle Trip Ending on Cashlace
Medchal: BV Narsimha Rao, a student of Mallareddy Engineering College, Hyderabad, National Service Scheme, Hyderabad, successfully completed an 18-day cycle ride to reach colleges on Thursday to create awareness among the people on cashless transactions. Speaking on the occasion, Narsimha Rao said, "With the announcement of cashless transactions made by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to create awareness among the people, the nuts were wrapped around the initiative for the cycle ride." He said that he embarked on a cycle journey with the motto 'One purpose-one start-one country'. Special congratulations were extended to PV Narsimha Rao, Founding Chairman of the College, Chamakura Mallareddy (MP), Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal of the College, Balanji Reddy, Faculty and National Service Scheme Coordinator, who cordially invited PV Narsimha Rao to return to the College after successfully completing his cycle tour.
Women Excelling in all Fields
Medchal, News Today: Mallareddy College Principal Darter Sudhakar Reddy has suggested that women faculty and students should take inspiration from Arundhati Bhattacharya and Chandakochhar, who heads SBI and ICICI Banks. Malla Reddy College in the zone conducted an awareness program on Women in Engineering. The principal, who was present as the chief guest, said that compared to the past, women are showing interest in all fields as well as in the field of treasury. He held key positions in multinational corporations. Academic Director Acharya Madanmohan, Coordinator Lakshmi Swaroop, College of Science Representative Vijay and Din Venkat participated in the event.
Theatrical Performance on Addictions
Medchal Rural: Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone on Friday staged short plays to create awareness among the youth on bad habits and addictions. The short plays were presented in a way that the students could understand the problems caused by addictions like smoking, alcohol and drugs and the dangers of unlimited mobile usage. On the occasion, College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that the youth with a bright future are feeling the effects of bad habits. He explained that the program was set up in the belief that in addition to educating students, it is the responsibility of parents and colleges to ensure that they do not fall prey. Afterwards, Mr. Balanjireddy, Coordinator, College National Service Scheme, said that these short plays, written and self-directed by Sunil of ICPF, were especially appealing to college students. The event was attended by the College Dean Venkat, Techip Coordinator Ramanamurthy, various department heads, faculty and students.
Kartikamasa Special Pujas at Mallareddy College
The special pujas of Kartikamasa on Saturday in the premises were richly performed with utmost devotional care.
Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy Sathimani Kalpanareddy along with their family members along with women teachers conducted special pujas on Kartikamasa.
Karthika along with the faculty and non-faculty staff of the college took part in the funeral program. On this occasion devotion spread throughout the college. College Secretary Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Dean Venkat, Dhanunjay, Medchal, November 19: Mysammaguda Vamsi of the zone, heads of the respective departments etc. Mallareddy Engineering College in the village participated in the program.
Utilize Technology: Mallareddy
Medchal, Newsday: Malkajgiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy has suggested that students should move forward by utilizing technology in college. A modernized library named Knowledge Resource Center has been started at Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College (Emar Set) in the zone. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy said that the library has been set up to be a multi-purpose tool for the students. Later, Mallareddy's wife Chamakura Kalpanareddy and their family members performed Karthika Pujas at the art gallery premises along with a group of women faculty. College Secretary Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Dean Venkat, Dhanunjay and various department heads were present.
Inauguration of Knowledge Resource Center Library
Medchal, Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy on Saturday inaugurated a modernized library named 'Knowledge Resource Center' set up at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone with resources beyond the AICTE norms, determined to be useful in all ways for the upliftment of students. The MP was the chief guest at the grand opening ceremony and inaugurated the library. The MP said that the students should make full use of the modernized library and strive with a budding dedication to make the future brighter. Mentioned that all the items that students need are available in the library. Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy said that the library has been set up with additional facilities to make it a multi-purpose facility for the students. In addition to books, continuous internet access, access to research journals, digital library, and video lectures by eminent professors were made available. He said the library would be very useful for students to easily write competitive exams like GRM, TOEFL and campus recruitment exams. The first year we are conducting tests online. The library has also set up 450 computer labs specifically for conducting online tests. College Secretary Mahendra Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Dean Venkat, Dhanunjay, Vamsi, heads of various departments and staff were present on the occasion.
Strive for Goal Setting: MP
Medchal: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy advised the students to work hard for their goal. On Saturday, the MP inaugurated the Naleddy Resource Center at the Malareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, a village affiliated to Gundlapochampally. He spoke at a meeting set up on the occasion. He explained that the Knowledge Resource Center was set up with resources beyond the AITCTE norms with the intention of being useful to students. The Knowledge Resource Center has set up all the facilities required by the students. Afterwards, the MP's family members, along with the college faculty, conducted Karthika Pujas on the college premises. Karthika attended the funeral dinner. Yet college
Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Secretary CH Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Dean Venkat, Dhanunjay and others participated.
With New Innovations for Students A Better Future
Mana Telangana / Medchal: Malka Reddy Head of Educational Institutions, Malka Jigiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy said that there is a better future if students make use of the resources available in the college and create new innovations. He inaugurated the Knowledge Resource Center on Saturday at Mallareddy (Autonomous) Engineering College under Mysammaguda, a Gundlapochampally affiliated village in the zone. On this occasion, he said that it is a matter of appreciation to set up a Knowledge Resource Center with all the conveniences that will be useful to the students in the college. Mallareddy suggested that students studying in educational institutions should be ahead of everyone else in the world. He said that the Knowledge Resource Center has been set up with the added convenience of being a multi-purpose tool to read and use the books available online. It was suggested that students should take advantage of the fact that books as well as continuous internet access and research journals will be available as well as lectures taught by eminent professors. Afterwards college
Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that it would be useful for students to write competitive exams like TOEFL, GERC and campus placement exams easily. We have been conducting online tests since the first year. The library has also set up 450 computer labs specifically for online management. On this occasion Mallareddy Satyamani Kalpanareddy and family members along with other women teachers conducted special pujas of Karthika month. College Secretary Chamakura Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Dr Bhadrareddy, Dean Venkat and Dhanunjay were present on the occasion.
MP Mallareddy Inaugurated the Library in Mysammaguda
MP Mallareddy and others opening a library in Mysammaguda Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that libraries increase the intellectual property of students. He on Saturday inaugurated the Knowledge Resource Center at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda. On this occasion he said that every person should get accustomed to readinsg books. Students are advised to turn to books on country history and the history of national sacrifices in libraries, rather than just books on the subject. On this occasion MP Mallareddy Satyamani Kalpanareddy along with her family members conducted special pujas of Karthika month on the college premises. Afterwards Karthika along with the staff organized a funeral dinner. College Secretary Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Dean Venkat, Dhanunjay, faculty and students participated.
Educators Must Constantly Strive to be Perpetual Students
Manatelangana / Medchal: Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy (Autonomous) College of Engineering, said that faculty should constantly strive to provide quality education to the students by adopting new methods coming in their respective fields as regular students to teach the students. He inaugurated the third national level conference on Saturday at Mallareddy (Autonomous) Engineering College under Mysammaguda, a village affiliated to Gundlapochampally village in the zone. On this occasion, he said that faculty should give equal priority to teaching and research. Instructors regularly go to the library and read new things in books
Appanna As The Best Volunteer
Medchal Rural: A student of Maisa Mmagooda Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone has been awarded the NSS State Best Volunteer award. His father, who is in his final year of ECE in college, won the state-level Best Volunteer award for volunteering at NSS. State SSS Officer MSN Reddy and SSS Regional Director Gokula Krishnan presented the award to Oya Na Vice Chancellor Ramachandram Appanna at a function organized in the city on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on the 2nd of this month. On Wednesday, college principal Sudhakar Reddy congratulated Appanna, the state's best SS volunteer, on the event organized at the faculty Kullu College.
Batukamma Belebrations in MREC
Medchal, Batukamma celebrations will be held on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village in the zone, which will reflect the culture and traditions of Telangana.
The students of the college and the female faculty became like a family and celebrated the festival by playing games in the middle of the baths decorated with various flowers. College Chairman, Malkajgiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy Satyamani Kalpana and other family members also took part in the festivities. Principal Money Sudhakar Reddy lauded the traditional celebration of Bathukamma, the most beloved festival for girls. The girls, dressed in traditional attire, arranged flowers and performed pujas for the goddess and sang folk songs in the Telangana dialect. He demanded that all the festivals that symbolize the culture and traditions of Telangana should be celebrated in a way that will be remembered for generations to come.
He opined that festivals and celebrations further enhance intimacy. Bathukamma was celebrated on the second day in the villages of the zone along with the town of Dhanga Medchal. They stacked the batukammas in specially placed mugs at their gates and celebrated by playing and then immersing them in the nearby ponds. Dean Venkat, coordinators Dhanum Jay, Saroja, Vamsi, faculty, staff and others participated in the Batukamma celebrations organized at the college.
Training Classes for Teachers
Medchal Rural: JNTUH Principal Govardhan said that faculty should be aware of the developments taking place in their fields on a regular basis and have a comprehensive understanding of them. Teacher training classes started on Friday at Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone. On this occasion, he said that such training classes would be useful for the faculty to keep abreast of the rapidly changing technology. The event was attended by College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Computer Science Engineering Head Ramesh and Techip Coordinator Ramanamurthy.
'Educators Need to be Knowledgeable in all Areas'
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Acharya Govardhan, Principal, College of Engineering, JNTUH Campus, said that faculty should be aware of the ever-evolving developments in the fields they teach. The 6-day teacher training camp at Mallareddy Engineering College in Gundlapochampally in the zone started on Friday. On this occasion, he said that in order to keep up with the rapidly changing technology, faculty should always study for the rest of their lives as a student. He said that students should take advantage of such platforms so that they can understand comprehensively only when they have a comprehensive understanding of the subject before the faculty teaches that nothing but change in life is permanent. The event was attended by College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Acharya Ramesh, Program Coordinator Acharya Charles Babu and faculty.
We Must Value Traditions and be Responsible for the Environment
Medchal, Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy College of Engineering, said that every citizen needs to be responsible for the environment as well as the traditions. He was the chief guest at the Vina Yaka immersion program held at Mysammaguda Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone on Wednesday. Festivals and celebrations have a very special place in the Indian traditional tradition. He was aware that in the past, changing societal trends had created no harm to nature and that they were managing to harm the environment. He believes that every citizen has a social responsibility to protect the environment. He said the government as well as the youth have a great responsibility to protect the environment. NSS liaison officer Satyanarayana Reddy said there was a need to create more awareness among the people about the issue of celebrating festivals without harming the environment. Gokula Krishnan, Regional Director, NSS, lauded the efforts of about 47 lakh NSS students who took the decision to use earthen Ganesha statues throughout the house as a movement. Television actress Jhansi said that we all have a responsibility to protect ponds and rivers from pollution. He said that their desire to make clay Ganapatis widely used was fulfilled with the help of enthusiastic students. Bharat Today Channel Editor-in-Chief Vallieshwar, JNTU Hyderabad faculty member Dakar Vijayalaki, Dean Venkat, heads of various departments, coordinator Balanjireddy and about 2,000 students participated in the large-scale immersion program organized by the Lee Shreya Foundation, Green Warriors.
Recognition is the Discovery of New Methods
Mana Telangana / Medchal: Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy (Autonomous) College of Engineering, said that a student who has completed engineering will get recognition only when he tries differently by inventing new methods. Students often benefit from participating in seminars. A one-day seminar on 'New Methods in Road Construction and Cost Appraisal' was organized by the Department of Civil Engineering on Tuesday at Mallareddy (Autonomous) Engineering College under Mysammaguda, a village affiliated to Gundla Pochampally in the zone. On this occasion he said that topics like road construction and cost estimation would be an opportunity to study in more depth from industry weekly experiences than in textbooks. The World Bank said the event was organized with the help of their 'takeoff' funds. Kameshwara Rao, Head, Department of Civil Engineering, said, "Wayanad has a lot of experience in this field and we are happy to have representatives from the organization come and give seminars to the students as per their request." The event was attended by Coordinator Sujatha, Civil Engineering Department faculty, Techif Coordinator Ramanamurthy, Zakir Hussain, faculty, students and others.
Success for Students With Continuous Industry
Medchal, CMR Educational Institutions Chairman Malkaj Giri MP Chamakura Mallareddy suggested that students should succeed only through continuous industry and therefore move forward with determination. On Monday, Mallareddy was the chief guest at the Freshers' Day celebrations along with the 15th founding anniversary celebrations of the Engineering College at Mymmaguda in the zone.
The MP said persistent industry perseverance was the secret behind his progress. It has been announced that the college, which has successfully completed 14 springs, will soon be setting up a fully air-conditioned library. He also said that a new laboratory with 500 computers would be set up for students to conduct tests online. He explained that a cricket ground with a lawn would soon be built to unearth the sporting prowess hidden in the academies. The Mani staff announced amidst jubilation that they were going to provide a future fund facility to every employee who has served the college for three years for the welfare of the college staff who have not survived. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said the students should take inspiration from Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu and climb higher peaks. Professor Madanmohan was honored. Nikhil Reddy, a first year computer science engineering student who was selected as Mr. Miss Freshers, presented the prizes to Pratyusha. Acharya Narsim Hmareddy, Dhanunjay and Vamsi participated in the program.
PV Sindhu Should Be Taken as an Ideal
Manatelangana / Medchal: Chamakura Mallareddy, Malkajgiri Lok Sabha member, head of Mallareddy Educational Institutions, said that the secret behind his progress is that students can achieve success with continuous industry. The 15th founding anniversary of Mallareddy (Autonomous) Engineering College under Mysammaguda, a Gundlapochampally affiliated village in the zone, and the welcome meeting of new students was held on Monday at the conference hall of the college premises. He was the chief guest at the event and said that students should excel in sports as well as studies. Students will become accustomed to punctuality and with it will become a highly disciplined habit then success will become your slave. Students are expected to choose a life goal from the moment they join the first year and work towards the goal practice. Students are advised to stay away from bad addictions and fulfill parental aspirations. Aspired to study well and go to a higher level in life and bring fame to parents and college. PV Sindhu said that she has worked hard to achieve her goal and every student should work tirelessly to achieve their goals by taking her as an ideal as she has participated in the Olympic Games from India and upheld the country’s reputation at the global level. Students enrolled in the first year should ask their faculty to allay their doubts. College Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy said that the college management will soon provide an air-conditioned library to provide world-class education to the students. He said a new laboratory with 500 new computers would be set up to conduct online tests. He also said that a cricket ground with lawn was being constructed for the students to excel in sports. On this occasion the principal thanked the college management. The students' cultural activities on this occasion entertained everyone. Nikhil Reddy, a first year computer science student, presented Mr. Fresher and Miss Fresher prizes to Pratyusha on the occasion. The event was attended by Madanmohan, program coordinators Narsinghmareddy and Dhanunjay, various department heads, faculty and students.
We Get Better Results If We Like Reading Rather Than Reading Hard
Manatelangana / Medchal: Leading personality development expert Yandamuri Virendranath says that students can achieve better results if they like reading rather than reading hard. Mallareddy (Autonomous) Engineering College under Mysammaguda, a Gundlapochampally affiliated village in the zone, conducted a training program on personality development for first year students on Friday. On this occasion he said that students should get rid of such fears as they are very upset as the exams are approaching. He said he could not write well in the exam as he could not remember how much he had read with fear. He explained to the students the various aspects of the oral exams that students have to answer without fear. On this occasion many first year students expressed happiness that they were given very useful training. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Program Coordinator Vamsi, faculty and students participated in the program.
Students... Do Not Commit Ragging
Medchal, Students should study with discipline and not ruin their glorious future by committing demonic sport ragging, said Peta Bashirabad SP DV Rangareddy. On Saturday, an anti-ragging awareness program was conducted at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village in Medchal zone. Spee, who was the chief guest, said that ragging incites unruly talk, which has led to a number of suicides that many sensitive psychopaths cannot tolerate, and that students should not go for the raging demon. Fellow students were asked to respect and treat their brothers as family members. Everyone knows that even if the monster commits ragging, the future will be bleak and there will be legal punishments. He also said that non-bailable cases would not be registered against the perpetrators of ragging and passports would not be issued and even the certificates related to education would not work.
The CV called on the students to chase away the monster of ragging, study intelligently and move forward to make their dreams come true without watering down. He was asked to note how many lives are being strengthened by raging that there is nothing to gain from ragging other than just satanic pleasure. He suggested that all students, regardless of whether they are senior or junior, should be friendly. Asked to sing the death knell for unscrupulous activities such as ragging that have satire.
What is the penalty for ragging on this occasion? He made the students aware of the consequences and so on. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, A Venkatesam, Dean Dhanunjay, Anil Babu, Vamsi Faculty Heads and staff of the respective departments were present on the occasion.
Students Should Make the Most of the Precious Time
Medchal, August 4: MRC College Chairman, Malkajgiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy has suggested that students should excel in not wasting precious time in the name of pastime. The MP was the chief guest at the first year engineering students' orientation program on Thursday at the Mallareddy Engineering College campus in Mysammaguda village in the zone. On two occasions NNA said there was no compromise on where to provide quality education to college students recognized. The students also aspired to climb high peaks with determination, hard work and dedication. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy said that the college will soon be transformed into a technical university. He said that the students who have chosen their college will be perfected in all ways. He said the UGC was taking advantage of the autonomous status given to the college and was making changes in the syllabus from time to time keeping in view the needs of the industry thereby increasing employment opportunities for students in multinational institutions. The Academic Director of the Art Gallery, Professor Madanmohan, unveiled the website of the National Conference on the Head of the Department of Computer Science in October. Students were made aware of their parents' autonomous college duty policies, student attendance, exam management, evaluation, and credits. The event was attended by Techip Coordinator Prof. Ramanamurthy, First Year Dean Dhanunjay, Dean of Admissions Venkat, Prof. Muralinath and Vamsi.
Started Training for Teachers
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Dean Saidu of Warangal Neat College said that a teacher needs practice for the rest of his life. He started the week-long teacher training classes on Monday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. On this occasion Saeed said that only when the teachers have full knowledge of what they are teaching They want to develop their professional skills by participating in such training centers that are able to provide systematic teaching to students. Then the plants are planted. Said JACU retired professor at the event. Kishore, College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Academic Professor Madan Mohan, faculty participated.
Students Should be Encouraged Towards New Research
Medchal, July 16: Acharya Tulsiram Das, former vice-chancellor of JNTU Kakinada, has suggested that teachers should fully encourage students to do new research, recognizing that there is something hidden in every student. The 6-day teacher training classes conducted by the Electrical, ECE and Computer Science departments at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village in the zone ended on Saturday. Speaking as the chief guest at the closing session organized on the occasion, he said that revolutionary changes were taking place in the field of technology today and called upon the students to pave the way for new research to adapt to it. He also asked the teachers to stand by and encourage them in all ways. He opined that such training classes for teachers would go a long way in helping students to excel. Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy said that for the first time, training classes were conducted for teachers for six days. He particularly appreciated the efforts of the coordinators and heads of the respective departments to identify the experts as part of the training. Teachers are encouraged to plan their research and teach students the inspiration gained through training classes. The academic director of the college, Professor Madanmohan, said that the coordinators who successfully conducted the training classes for six days praised the efforts of the heads of departments. He said that listening to the lessons of industry experts would give him the opportunity to learn a lot of things. On this occasion, the former Vicini College Principal and others were honored with a memento. The training program was attended by about 200 teachers and PG students from various colleges at the national level. Conducted a one-day training program about exams. About 25 lab assistants participated in the training program.
Greenery in the Kubdullapur Zone
Mana Telangana / Dundigal: Should we send MP Mallareddy to the cinema and disguise him as a hero .. Should we send him as a comedian ... When Telangana State IT and Urban Development Minister Kalvakuntla Tarakaramarao Mallareddy asked the engineering students, the answer came from the students that he is a hero. The joke took place on Monday at the Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda under the medical zone along with several leaders of his state ministers Mahendra Reddy and Padma Rao. He later addressed the students as the chief guest at the Harithaharam program organized at the college. The Telangana government has undertaken a program of planting 46 crore saplings every year and everyone should cooperate in this. He urged the government to ensure greenery for future generations to receive rain due to global warming. Mallareddy said the college would consider the proposal to set up a university-owned university positively. MP Mallareddy said they would spend crores of rupees to get university permission for their colleges. Ahead the ministers of state watered the plants. MP Minister ketiar located along bisrinivas Reddy, Deputy Mayor Baba phasiyoddin, kutbullapur kepivivekanand MLA, MLC sambhipur King, chairman of the city Party MYNAMPALLY hanmantaravu TRS, Rao sesagiri corporators, Mandal president kutbullapur paintings Yadav, Shri patio bahadurpalli Sarpanch , Amura Indrasena Gupta and others participated.
Mallareddy Engineering College MOU with SAP
Medchal: Sudhakar Reddy, Principal of Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, has signed an MoU with a world-renowned SAP company in software and technology applications.
He said that as per the agreement reached between SAP and Telangana Science Skills Development Institute (TASK), SAP will provide comprehensive training in SAP application to fourth year students of ten engineering colleges in Telangana.
He explained that it was designed according to the Telangana IT policy. Malla Reddy Engineering College was the first of the ten engineering colleges to enter into a contract with SAP in the twin cities. With this agreement, employment opportunities for their college students will increase. On this occasion, Principal Sudhakar Reddy praised the work of the task.
A Better Buture for Students with the Task
Manatelangana / Medchal: With the Telangana Science and Skill Development Institute (TASK), students completing engineering in Telangana will have a better future, said Bhaskar, CEO and director of TASK. Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, a village affiliated to Gundlapochampally in the zone, signed an agreement with ten engineering colleges in Telangana on Tuesday as part of an agreement with world-renowned SAP companies in task and software and technology. Speaking on the occasion, they explained that the training program was designed as part of an agreement reached as part of the Telangana IT Policy Statement. Dave Osborne, SAP Global Vice President, said the colleges had entered into an agreement with SAP in the presence of other dignitaries. College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy faculty and students participated.
Students Should Excel in All Fields
Manatelangana / Medchal: Chamakura Mallareddy, Malkajgiri Lok Sabha member and head of Mallajireddy Educational Institutions, said that students will get proper recognition only if they show their talents in all fields including education. He was the chief guest at the National Level Technical Cultural Samburam Akshara 2K16 Closing Ceremony at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, a village affiliated to Gundlapochampally in the zone. On this occasion, he said that students are advised to work hard to survive in today's competitive world. He said that there are more youth in India than in any other country in the world. He said youth should not waste time staying away from addictions. The student said he would suffer for the rest of his life if he wasted time on stage. He said that participating in such programs is very informative. Jabardasth fame Rachcha Ravi entertained the audience with his comedy. On this occasion, prizes were given to the best students. Film director BV Nandini Reddy, college principal Sudhakar Reddy, program coordinators Rajasekhar and Shankar Babu, various department heads, faculty and students participated.
Akshara 2K16 Seminar Successfully Completed
Organizers said that the two-day annual national level technical Sambaram Akshara 2K16 seminar held at Mallareddy Engineering College (MRC) in Mysammaguda village in Medchal, March 12 zone ended on Saturday. A large number of students from various engineering colleges enthusiastically participated in the seminar and sharpened their intelligence. Various sports competitions were also organized for the students on this occasion. Mr. and Miss Akshara also conducted the function and attracted the invitations. Lan Gaming Treasurehunt, Techidies, etc. Aura seemed to be hosting popular competitions. Ajay Ghair as Mr. Akshara and Sai Vinila as Miss Akshara were the winners. Akhil and Deepika students' team emerged winners in the Nooden's Got Talent competition. Kalyana Vaibhoga was the special attraction of the film unit at the seminar closing ceremonies. The film team excited the students, especially Jabardasth Fem Rachcha Ravi, who made the students laugh with his humorous dialogue.
In addition to studies, students are advised to showcase their talents in all fields. College Principal Dr Sudhakar Reddy said that conducting such seminars would help in uncovering the creativity and skills hidden in the students. On this occasion, prizes were awarded to the winners who showed their talent in the respective categories. The cultural performances organized by the students on this occasion seemed to be different. Rajasekhar, Shankarbabu, Vamsi, Nandinireddy, faculty staff and others participated in the program.
A Better Future for Mechanical Mngineering
Manatelangana / Medchal: Mallareddy Engineering College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy and Sultanpur JNTU H Principal Manzoor Hussain said that the country should take the country on the path of development by innovating in the field of mechanical engineering. They on Thursday inaugurated a three-day national faculty training session on 'Innovative Techniques in Mechanical Engineering' under the auspices of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda, a Gundlapochampally affiliated village in the zone. On this occasion they said that students pursuing mechanical engineering education have a bright future and they suggested that faculty should encourage students to make new discoveries. He said that such training programs would be of great benefit to the faculty. About 65 faculty and research students from different states are participating in the faculty training program, said Sridhar, head of the mechanical engineering department. The event will be attended by faculty members from various standard colleges in the city as well as scientists from various research institutes as lecturers, said program coordinators Sivaramakrishna and Pramod. The event was attended by faculty and research students.
Concluded Scientific Presentation
Subhashnagar: Swachha Hyderabad, a week-long free medical camp organized by the NSS department of Mallareddy Engineering College in Bahadurpally village under Aadhaar, ended on Saturday. On this occasion, a science exhibition was organized at the Zilla Parishad school in the village with 50 projects designed by NSS students. The samples were explained to the school students. The event was attended by NSS coordinator Tar Balajireddy, school principal and teachers.
The life of Vivekananda is our ideal
Manatelangana / Medchal: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy said that the life of Vivekananda is ideal for the youth. Swami Vivekananda celebrated his 15th birthday on Thursday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mandalam. On this occasion, he said ... Students want to adopt an extraordinary way of thinking about ordinary life. Students are advised to move forward with the degree to achieve their goal. Swami Vivekananda was a great guide to the youth and said that the youth should follow in his footsteps. Wisdom says to take inspiration from initiation and perseverance. Afterwards, retired IAS officer Uma Maheshwara Rao said that students should be interested in education. It is suggested to use time meaningfully and let go of mental laziness. Students want to become social warriors and fulfill their responsibility towards the society by wiping out the impurities in the society. It is suggested to awaken the dormant energy in the students and contribute to the development of the society. Mallareddy College Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy specially congratulated on the occasion. The event was attended by Acharya Kanakarau, faculty and students.
Manatelangana / Keshampet: Shadnagar MLA Anjayya Yadav has said that everyone should follow in the footsteps of Swami Vimanandu. The MLA unveiled a statue of Vivekananda at Kakunur village under the Mandal to mark Vivekananda's birth anniversary. Speaking at a meeting organized on the occasion, he said that life of wisdom is an ideal for the youth. He called for striving for ambition. The function was attended by Sarpanch Lakshmamma, MPTC Rams, leaders Jagadishward, Lakshmi Narayan, Prabhakar Reddy, Narayana Reddy, Surender, youth association members, villagers and leaders.
Research will go with standards
Medchal, Newsday: Malkajgiri MP Chamakura Mallareddy has said that investigations should be carried out without compromising on quality in line with international standards. Malla Reddy held an international research journal launch event on Saturday at the Engineering Ring College in Mysammaguda village in the zone. Attending the event as the chief guest, he lit a torch and launched the magazine online. Afterwards, he said that today the world is rushing into the field of research. Students want to prioritize education as well as research. Instead of studying and looking for jobs, they want to move forward towards providing employment to the four. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that the international research journal has received and published only eight research papers with the criteria of receiving three papers from abroad, 18 from Telangana and 14 from other states. The event was attended by Ravi Babu, Coordinator, Research Fund, Deans Venkat and Santosh.
Blood Donation Camp at Mallareddy Engineering College
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Sudha Kar Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy Engineering College, said that besides education, students should also be socially responsible. A blood donation camp was organized on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammagu in the zone in collaboration with NTR Blood Fund and HDFC Bank. On this occasion he said that the need for blood has increased due to various reasons taking place today in Matla Dutu. He said everyone who is healthy at a time like this should come forward to donate blood. 165 students and faculty donated blood on the occasion. HDFC Bank representative at the event Praveen, NTR Blood Fund representative Shashidhar, art school dean Santosh, Sandeep, Venkat, college NSS coordinator Balanjireddy, educators and students participated.
Inauguration of the statue of Abdul Kalam
Medchal Rural: Mallareddy College Director Preethi Reddy said that Abdul Kalam was a great man who gave immense contribution to the nation. On Thursday, he unveiled a statue at MREC College, Mysammaguda to pay homage to Kalam Jayanti. Principal Sudha Kar Reddy, Dean Santosh Venkat Reddy Sandeep, students and others participated.
Anything can be achieved If work hard with perseverance
Medchal Rural: Dr Venkatraman, a DMRL scientist, said that anything can be achieved if engineering students work hard. He was speaking at a national seminar on new trends in science and technology at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammagudaga in the zone on Friday. Long lectured on the use of various alloys in engineering challenges. Professor Kesha Vagopal, coordinator of the seminar, said that 250 research papers and pretty much 150 papers were approved. JNTU Research Section at the seminar Prof. Anjireddy, Dean Santosh, Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy participated.
Employment opportunities with task training
Mysammaguda (Medchal): Task District Level Officer Anil called on the students to move forward as revolutionary changes are taking place in the field of technology across the globe. A six-day training program under the auspices of Telangana Skills and Science Parishad at Mysamma Gooda Malla Reddy Engineering College in the zone began on Monday. He said that with the recognition of the college as a nodal center, the college students as well as the surrounding students were given an opportunity in this training. Art School Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Training Officer Sravani, Campus Recruitment Officer Ashok and others were present.
MP Mallareddy's birthday is celebrated in Medchal
Medchal: Malkajgiri MP, Mallareddy Educational Institutions Head Chamakura Mallareddy celebrated his 62nd birthday on Wednesday at Mallareddy Engineering College. Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that he was born in an ordinary farmer's family and worked hard and persevered to grow to a good level. Mallareddy was starting educational institutions with the great aim of providing good quality education and making thousands of students good citizens. All the students suggested that Anukshan should work like an indefatigable worker in his sixties and take him as MP Mallareddy's birthday present at Ada Mallareddy Engineering College. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, who was cutting the cake, cut the cake and celebrated the occasion. The songs sung by the sayuda Vijay and appanna entertained everyone. The event was attended by Dean Santosh, Subrahmanyam, Obulesh, faculty and students.
Engineers Day Celebrated
Medchal: Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya celebrated his 48th Engineers' Day on Tuesday on the occasion of his 155th birth anniversary. On this occasion, at the Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda, under the name of Vishesh 2K, Kandlakoya CMR Technical Camp, under the auspices of JAC in Medchal, on the occasion of Engineers' Day, flowers were laid and tributes were paid to Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Mohammad Intiaz Ahmed, Chief Engineer, Department of Public Health Engineering, Mallareddy College and Srinivasa Ravikumar, Engineer, CMR Technical Campus addressed the gathering as chief guests. In addition to recalling Visvesvaraya's life experiences, faculty and students participated in innovative thought processes, creative thinking, Chairman Prashant Reddy, Scientist Srinivasa Rao, and problem-solving techniques. Prizes and certificates were awarded to the winners of various competitions such as curvature competitions, model construction competitions and project exo. Chairman Gopal Reddy, Principal Sudhakar Reddy and Charu were present on the occasion. Prof. Ravi Babu, S. Vijayabhaskar Reddy, Sunandareddy, Soumyakiran, JAC leaders Nagurla Sanjeevarao, Gunti Balaraju, Vijay Mar, Sudhakar Reddy, Mahender Gowd and others participated in this occasion.
Students need to be inspired: Ramakrishna Math Swami Poornabodhananda
Medchal Rural: Teachers take up small asanas and are always excited Ramakrishna Math Swami wants to inspire Medili students Poornabodhananda suggested. Teachers' Day was held on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering Art School, located in Mysammaguda in the zone. The attendee spoke as the chief guest for the agenda. The teacher said he would dedicate everything to teaching academics. Such as The teacher advised to take up meditation, yoga and get rid of mental turmoil to stay alert all the time without getting tired. Afterwards Malkajgiri MP, College Chairman Mallareddy said ... The faculty is a constant student and should cultivate a valuable path for the students by cultivating knowledge every day. On this occasion, MP Mallareddy Swamy honoured Poornabo Dhananda with a shawl. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Dean Santosh, Professors Subrahmanyam, Obulesh, faculty and students participated in the program.
Seminar concluded at Mallareddy Engineering College: Training classes benefit to students
Medchal: Training classes on various topics can be very useful for students, said Mahesh Anand, Scientific Computing Solutions consultant, Sheikh Zakir Hussain, College Principal Sudhakar Reddy and Professor NGC Press. Gundla pochampally mandal mysammaguda mallareddy autonomous Engineering College a three-day training class for faculty and students on the topic of digital image analysis and classification for text recognition with the help of Matt Lab was held on Saturday at the college campus. On the occasion, they said that there is a bright future for electronics and communication engineering students. On this occasion, the best performing candidates were given question papers. The event was attended by faculty and students.
Knowledge is for the good of society
Medchal, Newsday: Mallareddy College Pro MJC Prasad said that engineering colleges are focusing on innovations with the latest technology. A three-day training program on technical subjects conducted under the auspices of the Department of Electronic Communication Engineering at Malla Reddy College of Engineering in the zone ended on Saturday. Many who attended the event spoke. Many companies are looking forward to young graduates with additional skills. Mahesh Anand from Chennai and Prof. Zakir Hussain Principal Sudhakar Reddy from Chennai were present on the occasion.
Conference on Environmental Pollution
Medchal, Newsday: M Sheshukumar Reddy, retired manager, Singareni Calories, has advised to take appropriate precautions to protect against pollution. Malla Reddy Engineering College organized a seminar on building and mining pollution. JNTU Associate Professors Umadevi and Principal Sudhakar Reddy addressed the students.
Anti ragging awareness program
Medchal Rural: Pate Bashirabad CI Rangareddy said that students should not commit ragging and ruin their future. An awareness seminar on ragging was organized for students on Tuesday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda. Speaking on the occasion, CI Rangareddy said that seniors should stand as an ideal for junior students. Pate Bashirabad Eps Shri Venkatesh, Principal Sudhakar Reddy, College Ant Ragging Committee Member Kondareddy, Dean Subramaniam were present.
The Students must move towards the goal
Medchal, Namaste Telangana: Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy and TDP Legislative Party leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao said that students should set a goal and pursue their studies in that direction. An orientation program for first year engineering students and parents was organized on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysamma Guda under the Mandal. The event was attended by Dean of the College Research Department Obuleshu, Professor Subrahmanyam, Principal Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Academic Director of the College Madan Mohan and others.
Students of Mallareddy Engineering College Haritha Haaram
Students of Mallareddy Engineering College in the zone organized a greening program on Wednesday. Volunteer students from the National Service Plan planted seedlings on the college campus. Later, the college principal Sudhakar Reddy briefed the students on issues such as greenery and environmental equality. The event was attended by National Service Plan Coordinator Balaji Reddy, College Dean Suresh Reddy and academics.
Mallareddy Engineering College got the Central status
Medchal: Nvidia Mallareddy Engineering Ring College, a world-renowned multinational company in the field of visual computing, has been declared as its affiliated GPU Education Center, according to the administrators of Mallareddy Educational Institutions. They said these accredited educational centers would have resources to incorporate traditional programming topics as well as GPU technology-related topics into their curriculum. He said the commitment was aimed at promoting parallel programming education and NVDIA recognized their colleges as an affiliate education center.
Graduation Day: Employment opportunities with skill development
Medical Rural: MP Mallareddy said that the future of the country depends on the hands of talented students. In addition to the tenth graduation ceremony at Mallareddy College, the alumni association, Placement Day was held on Saturday. The chief guest on the occasion was MP Malla Reddy, Hon. Chatrajupalli Nagesh, Head, Training, Infosys, and Krishnan, Former GM, Nuclear Fuel Complex, spoke as guests. Engreering Students were awarded. The various programs organized on this occasion were impressive. Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Secretary Mahender Reddy, Academic Directors Madanmohan, Rami Reddy Santosh, Venkat and others participated.
In Mallareddy Engineering College Unexpected response to the job fair
Another 15,000 people came online. Medchal: The job fair organized on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda under the Mandal received a special response. About 7,000 students from colleges in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh attended the job fair and another 15,000 registered online. Degree, BTech, MBA, MCA, Diploma students are attending the job fair. IDM, HCL, Unisex, Ranky etc.25Well known companies conduct written test, interview, hemorrhoid etc. The job fair was buzzing with a large influx of students. Organizers said the job fair has been going on for six months. Malkaji Giri MP Mallareddy visited and observed the job fair. Real page HR Ganesh started the job fair. The event was attended by MREC Placement Dean Ashol, administrative Dean Santhosh redddy, Vamsi and others.
Women should prove in all fields
Union Minister Dattatreya called on women to excel in all fields. He was the chief guest at the anniversary function held at Mallareddy College of Engineering (MREC) in Mysammaguda. Malkajgiri MP Chemakura Mallareddy inaugurated the program. Speaking on the occasion, Dattatreya said that wisdom is the ideal for the youth. It is suggested that every student should study hard at the student stage if he wants to rise to higher peaks in life. Those who do not have a life goal are warned not to get into trouble ahead. MP Mallareddy said employment opportunities would be wider if students hone their skills. LB Nagar MLA R Kishtayya, BJP state vice president Mallareddy, constituency president Mohan Reddy, constituency in-charge Lakshmareddy and others were present. The cultural programs of the students organized on this occasion were impressive. Prizes were awarded to students who showed talent.
Students need to bring a good name: Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya
Pate Bashirabad, April 12: Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said that students should bring name to their hometowns as well as educational institutions where they are talented. He was the chief guest at the Mallareddy Engineering College anniversary celebrations in suburban Mysammaguda on Sunday evening. On this occasion, prizes were handed over by Dattatreya to the students who excelled in various fields. He later said that students should excel in sports in addition to their studies. If you read with discipline, you will grow up. Prior to that, the students were involved in various cultural activities. Malkajgiri MP CH Malla Reddy, MLAs KP Vivekanand, R Krishnaiah, faculty and academics were present on the occasion.
Employment opportunities if skills are enhanced
Mysammaguda (Medchal): Achi Worse Personality Development Institute aims to develop skills to achieve success in life Directors Dr. Manoharan As part of a two-day training program at Mysammaguda Malla Reddy Engineering College in the said zone, a training program on the topic of creativity business sector was conducted. Engineering ring students are advised to choose goals from the college level if they want to rise to the top level Certificates of appreciation were presented by Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Solar Industry Founder Kul Ramakantarao, Advisor Sri Rajesham College Research Director Rami Reddy, Entrepreneur Vijayabha Skar Development Coordinator Rangasai and other faculty and students participated.
Students should grow to the level of creating jobs
Medchal: Rajesham, a management consultant, said technical students should grow to the level of job-seekers rather than job-seekers. The inauguration of the Entrepreneurship Development Center and Industry-College Mutual Cooperation Centers was held at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, he said that there is nothing unattainable if students move forward with confidence. He suggested that they should become perfectly educated and get rid of unemployment. Students want to make a mutual understanding with more people to overcome the challenges in the field of entrepreneurship. College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that students are called upon to sow the seeds of their future success at the college stage. He said the newly established Entrepreneurship Development Center at the college and the industry-college mutual co-operation centers could help in overcoming the obstacles faced by the establishment of the industry. Leading industrialist Vijayabaskar, director of the college research department Ramreddy, faculty and students participated in the event.
Prakriti Rakshak Award to Anjireddy
Medchal: NSS Officer Bala Anjireddy of Mysammaguda NREC College in the zone has been awarded the Prakriti Rakshak Award. HUC SSS Coordinators Praveen Kumar and Mohan Kumar presented the award to him at a function held at Hyderabad Central University on Monday. Anjireddy was felicitated on the occasion by the College Trustee.
The students surpassed the professional models in stepping on the ramp dressed in a variety of costumes. Malla Reddy organized a fashion show at the Engineering College on Saturday under the auspices of 'Kalanjali'. The students shone in the Akatte costume range.
Unleash the creativity of students: Sudhakar Reddy
Medchal, News Today: Dr Sudhakar Reddy, Principal, Mallareddy College of Engineering, said that technical demonstrations can help in unleashing creativity in students. He inaugurated a national conference titled 'Akshara 2K15'. Students from over 100 colleges across the country participated. Paper presentation, poster presentation, robot as part of the program Clue, quiz competitions were conducted. The beauty pageants organized on this occasion were a special attraction. Demonstrated an electric car designed by students.
Students must proceed with discipline
Dr. P. Ravindra Reddy, Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, CB IT College, said that students should proceed with discipline. Fine Ely at Mallareddy Engineering College in suburban Mysammaguda He was the chief guest at a conference on Ment Analysis on Wednesday. Provide the teachings and resources available by the faculty Students are advised to develop knowledge. The two-day conference will focus on the analysis of the aircraft manufacturing industry, bridge construction, power generation machinery, cell towers and magnetic fields. Narsingh Reddy, Academy Director Madan Mohan and Prof. Ramireddy participated in the function which was presided over by Principal Sudhakar Reddy.
Indigenous knowledge must be developed
Doolapally: Dr. Shekhar, Director, Kaul RMD, said that today we are relying on foreign knowledge in key sectors of the country and there is a need to develop indigenous knowledge. A two-day national research seminar on trends in science, technology and management at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda began on Friday. He was the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion, he said that there should be mutual cooperation between industries and colleges. He said that research seminars are useful to provide the best teaching to the students. He unveiled copies of the conference activity book.
Not medium... Knowledge is important
Assembly Deputy Speaker Padma Devender Reddy said it was important for children to acquire knowledge but it was not important what medium they were studying in. NSS camp students of Mallareddy Engineering College on Tuesday organized a free medical camp at a government school in Gundlapochampally in the zone. After inaugurating the camp, the Deputy Speaker said that public schools are suffering due to the English medium craze. He said that no matter what language is learned, the mother tongue should not be degraded. Kanna advised them not to forget their hometown and mother tongue. The government is ready for free compulsory education from KG to PG. He then went into the classrooms and talked to the students. Wondering how lunch was. MLA Sudhir Reddy said .. Mallareddy Engineering College management wants to adopt and develop Mysamma Guda, an affiliated village along with Gundlapochampally. Awareness has been expressed that Mysammaguda is becoming a hotbed of pollution with waste emanating from colleges. It was suggested that pollution prevention measures should be taken before setting up medical camps. MPP Vijayalakshmi, MPDO Shobha, EOPRD Jyotireddy, MEO Lakshmareddy, Sarpanch Ishwar, MPTCs Mohan Reddy, Vishnu Vardhan Reddy, Srinivas, college faculty, SSS camp students, TRS mandal president Bhaskar Yadav, leaders Buchayachari, Satyanarayana, Vishnu and others were present.
Free education from KG to PG next year
Medchal, Newsday: The government will take steps to provide free education from KG to PG in Telangana next academic year, said Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Padmadevender Reddy. Students of Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda village in the zone set up the SSS camp. As part of this, she started the first day of a three-day free medical camp and planting program at a government primary school in Gundlapochampally village. In a government school, everyone should give priority to the Telugu media. We run with experienced teachers with all kinds of facilities. She suggested that the college ownership set up in the village should also adopt and develop the village. MLA Mali Peddi Sudhir Reddy, who was present on the occasion, said that the college students were appreciated for conducting free camps through SSS camp and distributing medicines. Locals in Mysammaguda village are struggling with waste emanating from college dormitories. The college management wants to take action and develop the village as well. The program provided free medical care to the villagers and provided them with essential medicines. Kevijayalaksmi empipi program, empidio Charm, emivo, gramasarpanc Beary Ishwar, empitisilu Mohan Reddy, TRS president bhaskaryadav zone, visnucari, Satya Narayan participated
Awareness on Bluemix
Leading software company Ibn held an awareness seminar on Saturday on Blue Mix services based on the newly invented "cloud" technology. The event was held at Mallareddy Engineering College, Mysammaguda. Sudhakar Reddy Director of Research Prof. Ramreddy was the chief guest. On behalf of India Software Labs and IBM, Nagashreekant, Virender, Saideep, Omprakash, Satish Reddy and others briefed the students on Blue Mix.
Blood donation can save lives
Medchal Rural: Mallareddy Engineering College Principal Sudhakar Reddy said that donating blood can save the life of another person. A blood donation camp was organized under the auspices of All India Terapandh Yuvak Parishad on Saturday at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda in the zone. He said that the blood that grows in the human body is very valuable and should be donated to save the lives of others. Indian Red Cross Society, Mallareddy Hospital, NTR Blood Bank collected blood and 209 faculty and students donated blood at the event. Akhil Bharat Terapandh Yuvak Parishad Coordinator Munish, College NSS Coordinator Bala Jireddy, faculty and students participated.
Response to blood donation camp
Doolapally: A blood donation camp was organized at Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda on Saturday courtesy of Mallareddy Hospital, Indian Red Cross and NTR Blood Bank. Several students participated and donated blood. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sudhakar Reddy, Principal of the college said, "Our blood donation will save the lives of those in danger." Balajireddy, students and others participated in the program.
Success is possible with effort
Medchal, Newsday: Scientist Dr. B. Venkatraman said that everyone needs continuous effort to reach the highest goal. The 'Resonant 2K18' program was organized at the Mallareddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda. He was speaking after launching the program. It is said that hard work, perseverance and hard work are required to rise to a higher level in life. Bollywood singer Baba Sehgal entertained the students with various songs and dances during the program. The solar powered vehicle made by the students impressed everyone. College Chairman Mallareddy, Academic Director Madan Mohan, Principal Sudhakar Reddy, Secretary Mahender Reddy, Treasurer Bhadrareddy, Mallareddy Group Principals and others were present to launch the Malla Reddy Research Foundation soon.
Dr Swarnabai, a DRDO scientist, said that employment opportunities for women in science and technology are better. She participated in the event held at Hitam College in Jnanapur. Along with her, Dr. Vijayalatha and Madhavi spoke on the occasion. A couple of students from different colleges participated. Lavanya, Councilor, Women's Engineering Department, Tanam, Principal Rajasekhar and others were present on the occasion.
Focus on education
Medchal Rural, Newsline: Mallareddy, chairman of Mallareddy Colleges, said that students can excel in the future if they focus on education at the college level. Mallareddy Engineering College celebrated its 11th anniversary on Saturday night at Mysammaguda in Mandal. Speaking on the occasion, he said that students should not be addicted to bad habits but should focus on their studies. He said that if you work hard, your life's purpose will be fulfilled. Bollywood singer Baba Sehgal, who came to the event, impressed the students with his songs. Students organized cultural events. The event was attended by the college faculty and students.