G.Narayanamma Institute of Technology & Science (for Women), sponsored by G.Pulla Reddy Charities Trust was established on 15th December 1997. It is affiliated to JNTU, Hyderabad and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Accredited by NBA (AICTE), GNITS is the first women’s college in AP to obtain ISO 9001:2000 Certification. It offers 4 year, full time B.Tech degree programmes in the branches of CSE, ETM, EEE, ICE, IT and ECE. It also offers three 2-year (full time) M.Tech program in Power Electronics, Electric... Read→
Youth is momentarily opting for proficient courses rather than generic arts strengthening the stand of the technical regime in our country. Early settlement and ample self employment opportunities are probably the consequent reasons for this phenomenon while parents’ backing is another root cause intensifying this act.
When inquired, why would any parent ask his children to pick a technical course uninterestedly though they are enthusiastic about learning something else which falls under this general degree category, ‘a graduate in general... Read→
All the final year students are now looking calm suddenly. Though juniors have joined the colleges, nobody is facing the wrath of ragging by their super seniors, the final year students. The reason – They are themselves terrorized by a bigger scare called the Project Seminars. The time is round the corner when all the funky-junky hip crowd of the college also starts to dress in formals; one can witness people, who had forced juniors to call them “Sirs” and “Madams”, now wishing their lecturers in corridor very decently. They say impression... Read→
The members of management, faculty and students of Chilkur Balaji Institute of Technology extended a warm welcome to the freshers into the world of Engineering on October 5th 2009. Students and parents headed off to the college to attend the orientation day. Orientation session meant as an opportunity for the students to see the services and supports available and to get acquainted with the college ambiance. The students showed enthusiasm on the first day after spending almost five months at home. “I appeared for Eamcet exam in the month of... Read→
The sun was up early on the first day of college and as a comprehensive set of freshers stepped in to Keshav Memorial Institute of Technology, everything seemed dramatic to them. There was no fear of being ragged by the demigods of the college because the very efficient and well known principal, Mr.Neil Gogte had implemented strict rules and took a further step to ensure a ragging-free environment, also by re-scheduling the time table. Classes for the first year students started on time and almost everyone was excited at the thought of finally pursuing... Read→
How many students are still planning to go abroad for higher studies? How many are still burning the midnight oil for the preparation of GRE, TOEFL or GMAT. Above all, how many are still unclear, unprepared and LOT confused about choosing a career path. All those, who fit in any of these read on…
They say at IMPEL Overseas “Stop Dreaming, Start Searching”. On 11th of August 2009 at MRCET – Malla Reddy Engineering College, Kompally; a seminar was organized especially for the final year students of engineering stream across the Malla Reddy... Read→
“Engineering is not merely knowing and being knowledgeable like a talking encyclopedia; engineering is not merely analysis; engineering is not merely the possession of the capacity to get elegant solutions to non-existent engineering problems; engineering is practicing the art of the organized forcing of technological change. Engineers operate at the interface between science and society.” -Dean Gordon Brown
“Scientists investigate that which already is; Engineers create that which has never been.” -Albert Einstein
Engineering is one of... Read→
The classes were calm and suddenly a wave of terror had hit the whole college building, the complete strength of the class was present and surprisingly, still there was a pin drop silence. Lecturers, for the first time in this semester were seen smiling, it was then told: “Let The Exams Begin!”
JNTU, as always, has been coming up with new and unique ways to trouble the students; this time around, it was done so by changing the exam patterns and the allotment of marks. Rajiv, a 2nd year student of CMEC, quotes, “Earlier, our seniors... Read→
“Everyday I wake up, I ask a question to myself. Am I learning anything in college effectively? Am I doing something that I will ever feel proud of? Am I doing anything constructively in these 4 years of my engineering”, says Anirudh, who is in his final year engineering and never finds a convincing answer to his questions.
This is the common scenario of every engineering student, who is in his final year, who thinks, “When I look back to my engineering life, will I get an answer to what have I achieved in those 4 years of my life”. A B.Tech... Read→
Electronics as of today is being considered as one of the most extensive, dynamic and flourishing fields of Science and Technology. With the continuous advancements and technological innovations, it is under a constant flux, finding applications in all human endeavors. Despite many companies and businesses being hit by ‘Recession’, the Electronics industry has managed to keep itself at bay due to it’s growing range of products and consumer demand. Electronic Engineers have an edge over the other engineering students as the branch... Read→