Job prospects bright for chemistry students
A lot of research is currently going on across the globe exploring different aspects of chemistry and thus the job opportunity for students studying chemistry as main subject is immense, said the Krishna University’s Nuzvid PG Centre Special Officer Prof. V. Basaveswara Rao. He was addressing a seminar on opportunities for chemistry students at Kakaraparti Bhavanarayana College (KBN) on Saturday. He urged the students to keep their mind focus on research, especially in areas concerning pharmaceutical and agriculture. The Principal of the college P. Krishnamurthy, Governing body President U. Sambasiva Rao and Vice-Principal V. Narayana Rao were present.
The college also organised an awareness programme on HIV/AIDS in association with NSS and Red Ribbon Club on Saturday.
PROFESSOR TO DELIVER LECTURE IN SINGAPORE
MVR College of Engineering and Technology, Associate Professor PBVN Prasad will be delivering the keynote address at a two-day international conference on ‘Computer digital networks Asia’ at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, schedule to commence on January 21, 2014. The conference will be attended by representatives from telecom majors such as AT&T, Vodafone and Internet Service Providers and DTH delegates from around the globe. Prof. Prasad was also one among the four invitees at the Alan Turing Centenary Function that was held at San Francisco in 2012.
COLLEGE SIGNS MOU WITH TECH FIRM
NRI Institute of Engineering and Technology has signed an academic alliance with Bangalore-based EMC2 for training students and faculty members of the college. According to the Chairman of the institute, the Bangalore-based firm will impart training in various aspects such as cloud computing, mobile technology and data storage.
SEMINAR ON NANO TECHNOLOGY
Potti Sriramulu Chalavadi Mallikharjuna Rao College of Engineering and Technology organised a one-day seminar on recent trends in surface science and nano technology on November 29, at the college premises. Professor K.J. Rama Rao from Indian Institute of Chemical Technology and B.L.S. Prasad from National Chemical Laboratory addressed the delegates.