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R. Ravikanth Reddy
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Making a point:Students from various streams participate in a debate organised by NNRES during the Eplus Club launch.
Making a point:Students from various streams participate in a debate organised by NNRES during the Eplus Club launch.

Eplus Club, an initiative by The Hindu Education Plus , was inaugurated at the Nalla Narasimha Reddy Group of Educations Institutions (NNRES) amidst an enthusiastic student audience. Phani Mudhigonda, Senior Project Manager, Infosys was the chief guest. The programme started with a debate competition held on the topic “Can India become a developed country by 2020?” Students from various streams participated in the debate. Sreeha Reddy, third year student acted as the moderator.

Mr. Phani Mudigonda appreciated the college management for the initiative and shared a power point presentation with students on “Journey towards success.”

He said reading was an important component and it helps students get a broader perspective of things that plays an important role during the placements and later in the job.

Harsh, test engineer of Infosys provided an informative incite about the Spark programme of Infosys.

Nalla Narasimha Reddy, Chairman of NNRES asked the students to make the best use of the opportunity and promised to provide the necessary Infrastructure.

Mr. Umakanth, Asst. Prof. of English moderator of Eplus Club explained the objective of the club.

C.V. Krishna Reddy, director of NNRES; Janardhana Raju, Dean of Engineering; M. Padmakar Rao, Dean of Management and B. Sridhar Reddy, Placement Officer were present.

R. Ravikanth Reddy

(To start an Eplus Club in your college write to collegian@thehindu.co.in)

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