Spurthi 19 national symposium begins
Hans India 2019-01-10 00:17:23
Addressing the gathering, he said that earlier software was developed in other developed countries. At present, software was developed in India as most of the programmes were from our country creating wonders. He said that for campus interview the students should have 75 percent technical skills and 25 percent communication skills.
College principal Dr G Parthasaradhi Varma said that the students should upgrade themselves on Robotic Automation, latest and advanced technology to withstand the competitive world. College secretary and correspondent Sagi Vittal Ranga Raju, computer science HoD Dr GV Padmaraju, about 200 students and others were present.
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