Prof. Ramesh K. Dodapaneni,

Secretary, Nagarjuna Educaton Society,

BE, ME, LLB, Ph.D

Title: Career Building through Skill development Empowerment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organization:   

              Nagarjuna Educational Society

About the Program:   

               This an on-going initiative for enhancing the skills of the young graduates Technical and Non-Technical), 10th class and 12th class Started as National NGO and converted into international NGO for all-round development of society with application of science and technology. It believes in human power. By harnessing it we can achieve equality and wellbeing of all. It works with governmental and other Non-government organizations in the areas like Education, Health, Rural Development, Skill Development, Technology, Culture, Literature, Water Management, Environment, Energy Management and Technical Education

 

                Founded by philanthropist, educationist Sri Doddapaneni Koteshwara Rao and his family and other distinguished luminaries who excelled in their fields like Sri K.V. Subba Rao, Eminent Artist, Dr. Rao Tummala of Georgia Tech,  Dr.T V.Ramanayya and  former professor of IIM in 1995. Now it is run by many eminent people and it's secretary is Sri D.Ramesh kumar, an Engineer, visiting professor at many institutes of repute and attorney.

 

               Students who lack skills for employability, Technical skills as well Trade based and domain specific skills for all the poor, middle class and needy sections of the society are served. So far 6500 students are trained in various branches of engineering. Around 80% of the trained people are employed.

Lessons Learnt:     

                  It's a great experience and learning space for even trainers. We faced challenges due to scarcity of finances and good trainers. Sometimes even stakeholders are very weak in basic communication and writing skills. Many engineering graduates even lack basic engineering fundamentals in their branch of study. Some students are very creative and innovative. 

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