Hyderabad: With growing popularity for skill-oriented courses, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad will be offering courses in few specialized programmes.
The proposed engineering college of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad will come up at Rajanna Sircilla district.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, Business Analytics and other skill-oriented courses are proposed engineering courses at JNTU, Hyderabad in Rajanna Sircilla District, TT reports.
An expert committee comprising of TSCHE Chairman T Papi Reddy, TSCHE Vice-Chairman II V Venkata Ramana, JNTU College of Engineering Principal E Saibaba Reddy and Vice-Principal A Krishanaiah have inspected land in Peddur, Sardapur and Venkatapur villages in the Sircilla district to establish an engineering college.
One parcel of land with 88 acres between Sardapur and Venkatapur is the feasible land for establishing the college which would also boost on the completion of the ongoing railway link works from Siddipet to Sircilla.
“The area has good connectivity and is suitable for education. The college, along with other facilities, can be developed in 30 acres of land. The committee in its recommendation wanted the government to start programmes in emerging areas in a residential mode,” a senior official said.
“The university wants to offer emerging programmes in engineering in the proposed college. The area is feasible for setting up the college and in two to three days, the varsity will submit its detailed report to the State government,” the official said.