Dr BRAOU Study Centre
Sardar Patel College Campus
Padmarao Nagar 500007
Phone Numbers: 2750-1339
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Hyderabad Corporate Volley Ball League
Next to Sanskruti School
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Monday, May 19, 2014
A zone sports & leisure affiliated with Andhra Pradesh Volleyball association is to conduct first corporate volley ball tournament in sand at Hyderabad.
This would be the best available option for various corporates to encourage their employees towards a healthy Body, Mind and Soul, the biggest advantage of this tournament is that it is being held in the heard of city, affiliated by the A.P.Volley Ball Association, and handled professionally.
Nampally Potti Sreeramulu Telugu Uni, Public Gardens,Lalitha Kala Kshetram
Sunday, May 18, 2014
Sunday, May 18, 2014
About Palak Muchhal:
Palak Muchhal wanted to be a Bollywood playback singer since she was a child. She released six non-soundtrack albums during her childhood and teenage days. Muchhal has also performed as a playback singer for Bollywood films. She has lent her voice to notable Hindi movies like ``Ek Tha Tiger`` and ``Aashiqui 2`
About Ankit Tiwari:
Ankit Tiwari started his career in Bollywood at the tender age of 18 with renowned Bollywood personalities like Pradeep Sarkar, Habib Faisal, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Mohit Suri, to name a few. With his unique and mature compositions, he started with remarkable projects like ``Do Dooni Chaar``, ``Saheb, Biwi aur Gangster`` and ``Aashiqui 2``.
WOXSEN Hyderabad appoints former ISB Dean Dr MR Rao as Provost
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Dr Mendu Rammohan Rao, former Dean, Indian School of Business (ISB) has been appointed Provost of Woxsen School of Business, Hyderabad. Dr Rao will take charge on July 1, 2014.
has also served as Director IIM Bangalore and has taught at University
of Rochester, University of Tennesse, New York University prior to his
assignment at ISB Hyderabad. Dr Rao has a PhD in Industrial
Administration from the Graduate School of Industrial Administration,
Carnegie Mellon University, in addition to Master of Science in
Industrial Administration from Carnegie-Mellon University and Master of
Engineering (Industrial) from Cornell University. An illustrious
academic, renowned globally for his research and teaching capabilities,
Dr. M R Rao has published over 85 scholarly articles in various
As Provost, Dr. M R Rao would provide
strategic foresight to the Senior Leadership at Woxsen. In his message
he states his vision “Students who come to WOXSEN would be exposed to
an ecosystem ensuring they remain at the forefront of business
ownership and new business creation”
has also designated Commander (Retd) Shrikumar Sangiah as its first
CEO. Comdr Shrikumar earlier was the head of Woxsen’s Trade Tower
initiative. Now in addition to his earlier role he will have the
responsibility of decision making in all Executive and Administrative
matters. He in fact, would be representing the Founding Chairman Mr
Praveen Pula in most of his strategic decision making at Woxsen.
Shrikumar is a Sloan Fellow from The London Business School and holds a
Masters degree in Electronics & Telecommunication. At LBS Class of
2013, he was the Alumni Gift Scholar. He has the vast experience of
leadership with Indian Navy and the Aerospace division at L&T. An
avid skydiver, passionate mountaineer, he is fluent in Russian
Woxsen School of Business
is the brainchild of UK-based education entrepreneur Praveen Pula
who has promoted the B school with the target to groom the students
to become entrepreneurs. ‘Ernst & Young’ was appointed to prepare
the curriculum and understand the demand for the management courses.
Accordingly WOXSEN has two coveted full time one year management
programmes -Post Graduate Programme in Entrepreneur Development
(PGPED) and Post Graduate Programme in Entrepreneurial Management
Woxsen Business School campus is spread over 3 million
square feet which houses academic blocks, a library, trade tower,
accommodation for students, faculty and staff and recreation facilities.
Students power college owners
Thursday, April 10, 2014
College owners who stumped seasoned politicians when they bagged major Assembly and Lok Sabha
seats from all the parties are now banking on their own “student power”
to win the elections. They are engaging politically active students to
campaign and conduct survey for them. Sources said, even they are
offering sops of fee concessions and free admissions for vote.
list includes TD’s C. Malla Reddy, chairman of Malla Reddy Group of
Institutions, TRS’ Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, chairman of Anurag Group,
Congress’ T. Rammohan Reddy, chairman of TRR Group, Congress’ A.
Maheshwar Reddy, chairman of Maheshwara Group, TRS’ K.C. Shekar Reddy,
chairman of Scient Engineering College etc.
parties are confident of the goodwill of these college owners, the
candidates too do not face any crunch of campaigners like political leaders. And surveys by their students only reveal that they are on an edge over other candidates.
have conducted a survey in Malkajgiri LS constituency after classes and
found out our chairman, Mr Malla Reddy, has maximum winning chances due
to his association with educational institutions,” said P. Anirudh, a management student of the college.
P. Rajeshwar Reddy, chairman of Anurag Group said, he too decided to join poll fray based on students’ survey.
Medical entrance scam: CID may book more
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
The CID is likely to arrest more people in the case of the leaked PG medical entrance test question paper.The investigating agency has already arrested nine persons, who were sent to the district jail in Vijayawada.
The Crime Investigation Department is said to be inquiring into the possibility of the paper being leaked from the printing press, where the question papers were printed.
The CID officials also grilled some university officials on Sunday. They questioned the NTR University of Health Sciences’ then vice-chancellor, Dr I.V. Rao. The PG-MET question paper was prepared during his tenure.
Students connected with the PG MET question paper leak scam in Guntur district, may also be arrested. The students who had secured ranks below 100 in PG MET, allegedly leaked the question paper, it is learnt.
The erring students will be booked under the A.P. Public Examinations and Malpractices and also the Unfair Act, 1997. Being booked under this section means the accused may not get bail till the completion of three weeks, a senior officer in the department said.
CID officers have questioned the suspected students and their parents and collected the details of their bank accounts, SIM card numbers and email addresses.
They also questioned four junior doctors from Guntur, three from Chilakaluripet and a student from Dharanikota. Doctors and businessmen had purchased the leaked question paper for Rs 60 to Rs 75 lakh to get PG medical seats for their children.
Suspects of paper leak in Hyderabad
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Officials of the state Crime Investigation Department on Friday shifted several suspects involved in the PG Medical scam to Hyderabad.
As many as 19 suspects were taken into custody. The CID is now on a money trail and efforts are on to nab two key accused who are believed to be hiding in other states. CID sources said that a large amount of money had changed hands in the question paper leak case.
“The paper was leaked from the press and was sold to several students. At least 24 students who bought the paper got good ranks. Bank accounts are being verified. The accused are spread across different parts of the state and also in other states,” said a CID official. Teams have been sent to Chandigarh, Kolkata and Jalandhar.
Invest in fresh ideas, say tech students of CBIT
Saturday, March 29, 2014
To change the image of India from just an outsourcing hub to a country that has more manufacturing units, students of the Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology stressed on the need for more capital investment firms and government schemes that will take up fresh, practical and viable ideas from college graduates and aid them financially.
“In countries like the USA, there are many capital investment firms that encourage fresh graduates and aid their projects,” said Yaswant Adiraju, a fourth year engineering student. Anirudh Kulkarni, a second year computer science student added, “More support and endorsements from private firms that willingly associate with the public sector will create enough scope and opportunities for experimentation and bring in the exposure that is now required at the global scenario. Our education pattern and teaching methodology must be upgraded with emphasis on research.”
Another fellow CBITian, Chitra Naidu, said that the government should focus on opening more master schools in India. “This way students would not move to another country to study. We need to tap the resources in the country and build from there.” Surya Teja, a computer science student, added, “We have so far seen only epicentric development and the rural population has always been neglected.”
Meanwhile CBIT principal Dr Chandra Keshav Rao wanted an increase in manufacturing units, so that engineering colleges did not continue to produce unemployed graduates. “Of the lakhs of graduates, only 15-20 per cent get decent jobs. The growth of manufacturing sectors are extremely slow unlike in China, Japan or even Taiwan and is unable to absorb numerous fresh graduates, while the service sector is booming.”
Associate professor Naveen Kumar added, “With many engineering colleges cropping up, there is a dilution in the quality of education, lack of infrastructure and subject experts.”
Meanwhile Dr. Sandhya Reddy, associate professor at CBIT demanded security for women employees at workplaces. “Females are vulnerable at workplaces and many suppress incidents owing to fear of losing their jobs.”