Kothagudem set to come to be a first-rate technical schooling hub

The coal hub of Kothagudem, quickly the headquarters of a brand new district to be carved out of Khammam, is ready to become a major technical schooling hub with the formidable thought to upgrade the University of Engineering (Kakatiya College) right into a College quickly gaining momentum. The University of Engineering has a sprawling campus spread over approximately 397 acres inside the coal city, taking into consideration a mega business hub of the Country.

Firstly set up as Kothagudem Faculty of Mines beneath the Osmania College jurisdiction during the tenure of the then Chief Minister Jalagam Vengala Rao in 1978, the institute became part of Kakatiya University following the promulgation of an ordinance redefining the jurisdictions of the colleges in 1995, sources said. The College finally introduced B.Tech (EEE), B.Tech (CSE), M.Sc (Tech), and self-finance publications in IT and ECE branches other than the B.Tech (Mining) course. The paucity of price range created a severe strain on the finances of the College University over time. The scholars of the College and the inmates of the College-connected hostel made a series of representations to the government and public representatives seeking the provision of needful services in the organization.


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Responding to their pleas to strengthen the group, Kothagudem MLA Jalagam Venkat Rao forwarded a proposal to the government in search of the upgradation of the University College into a University in song with the ruling TRS’s pre-poll promise to this effect, sources stated. The concept also envisages remodeling the group into an integrated technical education campus by shifting the Rudrampur-primarily based Government Polytechnic College and the ITI to the premises of the University University.

The authorities have constituted a committee headed by former Vice-Chancellor of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University V.S. Prasad, which includes the most important Bakatiya College of Engineering. Sesha Sreenivas and five other individuals to consider converting the College both into a deemed College or a specialized mining College. The primary meeting of the committee is slated to be held at the office of the Kingdom Council of Better Training in Hyderabad on September nine. The panel is predicted to transform the institution into an included technical schooling campus, introducing technical education guides relevant to the needs of the neighborhood industries, among others.