Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (Kakinada) Vice-Chancellor (in-charge) S. Ramakrishna Rao said that the government was spending around Rs. 230 crore for the skill development programme and it was aimed at improving the skills of faculty members of all engineering colleges.
He said that well trained professors and other staff would be able to make students meet the expectations of the industry. He thanked the government for the improvement of infrastructure in the university for the skill development programmes.
Along with L&T’s HR head C. Jayakumar, he attended as chief guest for the second Graduation Day in Aditya Institute of Technology (AITAM), Tekkali, on Saturday.
Mr. Jayakumar said that L&T was always giving top priority for skill and leadership quality during campus selections.
AITAM chairman K.Someswara Rao and director V.V. Nageswara Rao said that the college had been giving utmost priority for the overall improvement of the students instead of focussing only on academics.
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