Sri Parupalli UshaKiran Kumar is the Chairman of Sreekavitha Engineering College in Khammam. An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. Hence, Mr. Parupalli decided to establish Kavitha Memorial Degree in 1991. His vision is to provide quality education to the students. Under his guidance, the institutions are being considered as a centre of academic excellence.
In conversation with Pranav, Sri UshaKiran Kumar enlightened us with his thoughts on leadership, education and his institute. Read on!
Quality of Education matters and not the quantity
Education is pre-eminently a matter of quality, not amount said Henry Ford and I truly believe in this. I believe that providing quality education to the students changes the entire ecosystem of the society and raises the economic and social standard of stakeholders. Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world. And this is why education is the best service sector to provide bright opportunities to the people in remote places.
Remote area was the major problem we overcame
As the college was situated in most interior and rural area, convincing the students to pursue their higher education from a place which is far away from the town has been a challenge. Khammam District has 80% of tribal population as. We have overcome these challenges with our commitment to provide quality education without compromising in academic values.
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Our college is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
The curriculum followed here is framed by the World’s Largest Technical University, JNTUH (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad). This curriculum is designed to make students ready for the evolving needs of the industry.
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Relation of Students and Faculty is more of a mentor than teachers
We appointed student counselors. Each faculty member is made responsible for counselling and taking care of 15 students. They would be acting as mentors for the students. And we also conduct frequent interaction sessions between faculty and students.