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Published: August 30, 2010 00:00 IST | Updated: August 30, 2010 04:08 IST
CAS hopes rekindled at AU
Teachers of Andhra University campus colleges who are eligible to get promoted to the higher position have been
waiting for the administration to conduct the Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) interviews. The Administration has
been silent on this aspect for the last few months after giving an indication that the long overdue process would be
resumed. CAS interviews are likely to be held during October first week or second week and about 85 teachers would be
benefited. Eligible Assistant Professors who were recruited in 2006 and Professors who joined in 1994 would get senior
pay-scale after the screening committee examine their cases while the rest would have to appear for the CAS interviews
to get promoted to the next higher position, i.e., Associate Professor or Professor. To receive senior pay-scale some
requirements have to be fulfilled, like an Assistant Professor having a Ph.D. degree and a professor having publications
in his or her name.
AU facing a funds crunch is reportedly going ahead with CAS interviews as the financial commitment is not high. But
no move is seen to fill up the 127 teachers vacancies.
Talk at Law College

Law graduates have career opportunities in the United Nations Organisation, students of Andhra University Dr. B.R.
Ambedkar College of Law were informed. An alumnus of the college and who is now holding a top position in the New
York-based World Intellectual Property Organisation, S. Rama Rao spoke on the UNO and career
prospects. Various legal offices of the UNO like the Office of Legal Affairs,
Codification Division, General Legal Division, Treat Section, Legal Council's Office, Legal Committee of General
Assembly, the UN Tribunal in New York and the ILO Tribunal in Geneva, the Rule of Law unit and other legal offices
apart from the higher judicial bodies like the ICJ, the ICC and ad-hoc tribunals that discharge basically legal
functions are job opportunities, he said. Mr. Rama Rao explained in detail about UNO and WIPO. Principal A.
Rajendra Prasad presided.
DHRUVA inaugurated

Communications and computer rule the world from now on and hence it is necessary for the students to be well versed
in both areas, General Manager of BSNL's Visakhapatnam Telecom District P. Nagaraju said while inaugurating the
Diligent Heuristic Regenerative United and Vibrant Association (DHRUVA) of ECE students of Lendi Institute of
Engineering and Technology.
A former professor of NIT, Tiruchirapalli P. Ramakrishna Rao advised the students to participate more in technical
seminars. Principal V.V. Rama Reddy, HoD of ECE V.S.V. Prabhakar, DHRUVA's president B. Bhairagi Naidu and
secretary P. Pavan Kumar spoke. Vice-Principal M. Rajan Babu, all HoDs and faculty were present.
DHRUVA has five clubs under it: Technical Club, Mother's Faraday Charity Club, Leonardo Davinci Hobby Club,
Insider Literary Club and Tendulkar Sports Club to take up several curricular and co-curricular activities. Faculty of
ECE Department would help the students to run the DHRUVA. Chairman of the college P. Madhusudhana Rao and
vice-chairman P. Srinivasa Rao congratulated the students for forming the club.
Students advised to avoid ragging

A meeting was held at the St. Joseph's College for Women to create awareness about the bad effects of ragging and the
severe punishment to those resorting to ragging. Inspect of V Town Police Station K. Prabhakar spoke on the subject.
Principal N.D. Veronica and some lecturers spoke.
NSS activities

A special camp was conducted by the NSS units of Mrs. A.V.N. College on the AU campus. Principal of AU College of
Engineering G.S.N. Raju was chief guest of the valedictory function. NSS Coordinator of AU P. Ramachandra Rao, Mrs.
A.V.N. College's shift in-charge E. Annapurna, Programme Officers M.S. Naidu and G. Yasayya also spoke.
Aditya Degree College's NSS unit organised a blood donation camp at which 100 students donated blood. Prof.
Ramachandra Rao inaugurated the camp. Principal N.V. Venugopal presided. Academic Coordinator B.E.V.L. Naidu
and NSS Programme Officers K. Mahesh and B. Rajesh Kumar were present.
As many as 101 saplings were planted in the premises of SKML Degree College and on both sides of the Kailasapuram-
Thatichetlapalem road by the college's NSS volunteers and staff. Principal T. Theophilus, Rector M.D.V. Prasada Rao,
Vice-Principal S.V. Jagadeesh, NSS PO M. Srinu, Assistant Registrar of Kakatiya University B. Mogili, former
Corporator S. Appa Rao, and others were present.
Yi students net launched

CII-Young Indians' first student net was launched at the Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree and PG Courses. Yi
student nets have been formed across the country with a view to connect students to the community, and the country at
large to work towards nation building. College Principal Rajaganapathi and chairman of CII Visakhapatnam Zone were
present at the launch. Chair of Yi local chapter Shyam Kolluru and co-chair Poonam Srinath explained about Yi net 2/22/2011
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Yandamuri addresses students

Noted writer and personality development expert Yandamuri Veerendranath addressed students of Vizag Institute of
Technology at a two-day workshop organised by the college. He explained to them the methods for preparing for
examinations, improving memory, reaching the goals, sharpening the brain, etc. Chairman of VIT G.S. Sankara Rao
said more workshops would be organised in future. Principal M. Srinivasa Rao, director Gopireddy and others were
Ph.D. awarded

Andhra University awarded Ph.D. in physical education to a Physical Directress of a local college U. Lawrence for her
thesis “academic performance and its correlates of achievement among weightlifters and powerlifters participated in
the all-India inter-university championships held in Andhra University-a study”. Director of Physical
Education M. Syam Babu was her research guide.
Y. Radhika received Ph.D. in computer science and systems engineering for her thesis “a new algorithm for building
optimal regression model for time series prediction”.
A faculty of GITAM University (Hyderabad campus) K. Ch. Varadarajulu was awarded Ph.D. in physics for his thesis
“effect of certain alkali and alkaline earth ions on structure and electrical properties of BNT ceramics”. Prof. K.
Sambasiva Rao was his research guide.
Malayalam poet and Hindi Officer of CIFT Santosh Alex was awarded Ph.D. by the School of Social Sciences and
Languages of VIT University (Vellore) for his thesis “humanism in the poems of Kedarnath Singh and K.
Satchidanandan-a comparative study”.
Expert speaks at Chaitanya

The Director of IT Infrastructure Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions- Hyderabad, M.V. Sarma, addressed the
students of Chaitanya Engineering College, Madhurawada, here on Saturday. Delivering a lecture on “Opportunities for
IT and ITES industries in the reviving economy”, he stressed upon the need to develop communication skills and soft
skills. The students also actively participated in the interactive session. D.L.N. Raju of Chaitanya Engineering College
and the CAO of the college S.S. Varma were present.
NIST students excel

The two-member team comprising T. Vijay Kumar and M. Janakirama Raju from Noble Institute of Science and
Technology (NIST), won the first prize at the management meet organised by CMS Institute of Management Studies,
Coimbatore. The duo also brought laurels to the college by bagging eight individual prizes. The Chairman of the college
B. Ananda Rao and other faculty members congratulated the students.

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