Indians are Pioneers in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Rao Bezwada said that Indians are major contributions to not only in information Technology but also in Pharma industry. He said that Telugu people constitute a major part in science &medicine. He addressed the B.Tech first year students of Prakasam engineering college. He said that generally engineering colleges in rural areas lack in good facilities. But he felt very happy to see that the Prakasam Engineering College, though in a rural area is equipped with all the facilities and maintaining perfect standards. He expected a bright future to the students of the college. He promised to extend his support to the management and the students. 
He promised to help the students in getting in placements in pursuit of higher studies in America, Canada. Students applauded the offer made by Dr Bezwada. He said that he was immensely attracted by the facilities available in the college and wishes to visit the college once again in coming days.

College correspondent Kancharla Ramaiah in his address, requested Dr Bezwada to help for the bright future of the students. Dr Bezwada gave away prizes to top ten students of B.Tech I year Batch. Junior lecturer’s association state leader Kancharla Subbarao, College principal N. Sri Rama Murthy, Dr. TVS Mohan Babu, Ch. Krishna Mohan, Meeravali and others participated in the programme. College correspondent Kancharla Ramaiah felicitated Dr Bezwada Srinivas Rao, Smt. Bezwada Koteswaramma and Lecturer Ratna Kumari. country.

Andhras are ahead” NRI Dr Bezwada Srinivasa Rao stated that Indians are pioneers in Pharma industry besides information technology. Telugu people play a major role in the industry. 

On the invitation extended by the Prakasam engineering college, Kandukur, Dr Bezwada addressed the first year B.Tech students of the college on Saturday. He interacted with the students on the matters of facilities available, teaching faculty. He said that the students of this college have an excellent future in view of the available infrastructure and all the facilities that are required for the academicexcellence. 

He promised to extend his help and support to the management and students. The students welcomed the offer with great cheer and applaud. He promised to help the students in getting placements. He wished to help those students who want to go for higher studies in America/ Canada. He signed in the visitor’s book and commented that the Prakasam engineering college is equivalent to a small university. He made a note of facilities available, management, library and computer labs.

Earlier, college correspondent Kancharla Ramaiah invited the NRI Dr Bezwada. He promised Dr Bezwada for remembering the rural areas with affection. He requested Dr Bezwada to help the rural engineering students with placements, employment which instills self-confidence in the students. Dr Bezwada distributed prizes to top ten students of the 1st year B.Tech students. Lecturer’s association leader Kancharla Subbarao briefed audience with the life history of Dr Bezwada Srinivasa Rao. College correspondent Ramaiah felicitated Dr Bezwada, Koteswaramma, and Lecturer Ratna Kumari. Principal N Suriname Murthy, vice principal Dr TVS Mohan Babu, Lecturers Ch Krishna Mohan, Meeravali participated in the programme