Wednesday, December 13, 2017

CVR College of Engineering, an autonomous institution, celebrated its graduation day on 24th June, 2017 with grandeur amidst the dignitaries, the governing council members, staff, students and their parents. The Chief Guest for the Graduation Ceremony was Sri. G. Kalyanakrishnan, Distinguished Scientist, Chairman & Chief Executive, Nuclear Fuel Complex. 

The Chief Guest in his address congratulated students, management and faculty. He also appreciated College for having very renowned academicians and for growing progressively. He also emphasized on the importance of good communication skills as it is the need of the hour. The Guest of Honor in his address advised students to be good managers and maintain a balance between their professional and personal lives. Emphasizing on the importance of change its causes and discomfort the role of adaptability to change for meeting global standards. He also suggested students to be global citizens contributing their technical knowledge for the betterment of the society. He emphasized on the human skills required to be a good engineer.

The Chairman Dr. Raghava Cherabuddi, believes in quality education and has steered CVR College of Engineering to be one of the prestigious institutions in the field of technical education. In his address he congratulated the toppers, graduates and faculty in their contribution for the successful pass percentage. The average pay package offered to students graduating this year was 4 lakhs per annum and the highest was 16 lakhs per annum, with companies offering about 21 students pay packages of more than 10 Lakhs. There have been 630+ quality placements and about 200+ students are leaving for higher studies both in India and abroad. The credit for the successful employment is due to the encouragement and involvement of the Chairman, Placement Officer, faculty and mostly due to the commitment of the students.

He advised the students to be visionary and committed to the task they endeavor upon, maintain the ethics in their future life and career.  Principal Dr. K. S. Nayanathara delivered the welcome address, and mentioned that the highlights of the year 2016-2017, including that all the 1200 seats in B.Tech. were filled in the first phase itself in 2016-17.  The College is ranked between 101-150 top colleges in the country by the NIRF - National Institutional Ranking Framework  and among the top five self financing colleges of the Telangana State.

Dr. N.V.Rao, Dean-Academics mentioned about outgoing batch achievements and also commended the remarkable placements achieved by the graduates. The Director, Dr. K.Rama Sastri, Dean-Research, Dr. K.V. Chalapathi Rao, Vice Principal Prof. L.C. Siva Reddy, HODs, Professors, Faculty and students volunteers and all Graduating students along with their Parents and Grand Parents were active participants in the ceremony.

The College conferred Gold Medals, Cash Awards and Mementoes for the overall toppers, branch toppers and the best projects from every stream of Engineering. There were 4 recipients for Gold medals and 25 students for Cash awards worth 60,000/- . The topper of the college, Ms. Abburi Sravya Sri from CSE stream is the recipient of Late Prof. P Narsimha Reddy gold medal and M. Chaitanya Sai of ECE stream is the recipient of Late Sri M.Madan Mohan gold medal.

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" I am currently working in Oracle Financial Services Software Limited, Oracle Park, Pune. I am proud to say that I got the opportunity to work in this company through my college otherwise I couldn’t have dreamt about this job in such a short span. The project that I have developed in college as part of B.Tech final year won GOLD MEDAL under the guidance of my beloved teachers and it has also won III prize in IIT Bombay. Presently, I am heading the team of "Resource Management System" along with one of my seniors in Pune. After joining Oracle, I have successfully developed 4 libraries for Android (Facebook, Twitter, Qr Code, Google Push Notification System).  Today, I am really proud to be a graduate from CVR College of Engineering and I wish to provide all the support I can to my juniors. I miss my college’s Tech Fest CIENCIA which explores trends in technology. I congratulate our Chairman and senior teachers of my college for bagging DRDO/DRDL projects which will be a boon for students in learning their subjects practically with real time exposure."
-Sai Kiran Chavali (2008-12, IT)

“I was a Computer Science student. All my core subjects were handled effectively in the right way. This will be useful to me throughout my career in software field.”
- S Nagarjuna (2004-08, CSE)

“It’s very evident that spoon-feeding doesn’t work in a competitive corporate world. CVR acquainted us to the corporate style. We were asked to do projects
on our own. Pressure started to mount up during those days. But now when I recall those days, I end up realizing that working under pressure is a normal
thing in this modern era; especially due to the springing up competition. That made me technically sound and competent. When I look back, I know
that CVR made me a man, a person who can face the world.”
- Karthik Navuluri (2006-10, CSE)

“The intensive teaching and strictness in CVR, imparted some discipline into us. Moreover, everyone was so engrossed in improving themselves;
that they tend to forget the rest of the stuff. CVR gets people from different backgrounds, but what binds them all is their zeal to excel in life.”
- Rajesh Chandra (2005-09, EEE)

“My focus was just more than good marks. CVR offered its students a plethora of opportunities to make use of and excel as an all-rounder. I was
able to strengthen my positives and do away with my negatives. The experience will stay with me for a lifetime.”
- Chaitanya Topali (2004-08, EIE)

“CVR honed my skills besides giving roots to my reading approaches. The dedicated faculty brought the best out of me by clearing classroom
doubts and helped me minimize my mistakes during the lab sessions. The competition was also quite intense which made the students
to be enthusiastic and managed to keep the tempo up.”
- Anita Sistla (2003-07, IT)

“On the verge of entering the hallowed portals of University of California, I look back at my life at CVR. The 4 years journey in CVR really helped me in settling my nerves and helped me gain enormous confidence. The importance of classesand labs cannot be overemphasized. I owe a great deal to CVR.”
- Karthik Reddy Malasani (2004-08, ECE)