GAM-2023: 4 MoUs authorized with industry titans; scholarships worth Rs 8 lakh set up
Hyderabad: Industry leaders and also graduates of Osmania University taking part in the Academia-Inustry Linkage on Wednesday, the ending day, pondered on the inequality in the ability of pupils and alsoindustry They hired the university to take actions for increasing the affiliations with a teaching fellowship, professors involvement, and also positioning.
For this, one recommended establishing a correct institutional device to act on the recommended connections. Participants drifted concerning the suggestion of improving the brand nameOsmania
The 2nd technological session entailed previous vice-chancellors from, past to existing of OU and also universities throughout theState The session, regulated byProf Ghanta Chakrapani, pondered on future obstacles of education and learning, function of graduates and also require to attach and also re-connect. There was a cascade of feelings and also fond memories remembering their trip from pupil days to vice-chancellorship.
Professors Bhagyanarayan, Tirupati Rao, S Satyanarayana, Ramachandram, Ishan Rao, S Mallesham, Ravinder Gupta, Sita Ramaraju, Suleman Siddiqui, B Jagadeeshwar Rao, V Venkat Ramana, R. Limbadri and also D Ravinder, talked.
In the forenoon, the graduates checked out the particular divisions and also engaged with the professors and also pupils. Besides, each division performed graduates satisfy and also worried the significance of examining literary works at a conference arranged under the aegis of theOsmania Foundation Former Telangana Sahitya Academy chairann Dr Nandini Siddha Reddy asked not to offer right into the prominent concepts that examining Telugu literary works would certainly not aid in obtaining work. He recommended research of Telugu literary works with enthusiasm and also locate means to make a profession. Prof V Nityananda Rao stated discovering literary works would certainly aid technique oneself; a regimented way of living would certainly make an individual effective in life.
The Department of English efficiently performed Global Alumni Meet – 2023. Prominent graduates such asProf E. Suresh Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, English and also Foreign Languages University;Prof Gopal Rao, previous principal, Nizam College, and also head, Department of English;Prof Rama Nair,Prof Y L Srinivas, previous heads, Department of English;Prof Laxminarayana, Prof, Venkatrajaiah, that functioned as teachers, checked out the division.Prof Suresh Kumar contributedRs 1 lakh to the division.
Students of the initial and also 2nd years carried out a spoof, stated rhymes composed on their own and also remarkable poets, and also talks, and also sang tracks making use of music tools, key-board, guitar, clap box.
Students enhanced the division with literary web content in a lot of ingenious means by taking various styles such as Indian composing in English, English language mentor, movie and also literary works, sex researches.
The Departments of Education, Political Science, College of Law, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and also others performed the graduates conferences at division degree. Students and also professors expand a cozy welcome to the graduates.
Four MoUs were authorized at OU for urging technology. The Osmania Foundation and also T-hub accepted share sources to additional enhance the technology and also entrepreneurship community in the college. The contract was authorized by Mahankali Srinivas Rao, CEO of T-hub. The Common Market for Eastern and also Southern Africa (COMESA) stepped forward to aid attach OU with all Eastern and also Southern African colleges, enhance the step of African nations and also professors exchange programs. A MoU was authorized by AVN Reddy, chairman, India COMESA. Two US-based business, Emagia Corporation and also Tal Technologies, as well stepped forward to instill and also enhance social entrepreneurship and also motivate AI and also ML training. All MoUs were authorized by Prof D. Ravinder, OU Vice-Chancellor and also CMD, Osmania Foundation, in visibility of all supervisors of the board.