Dr. A.Venugopal Reddy

Vice-Chancellor, JNTU Hyderabad

Prof. A. Venugopal Reddy did his B.Tech. from JNTU Hyderabad in 1977, M.Tech. from IIT Delhi in 1979, M.Phil in Computer Methods from University of Hyderabad (1980) and Ph.D. from University of Roorkee (IIT, Roorkee) in the area of Functional Programming Languages. He started his career as Lecturer at JNTU Hyderabad in the year 1980. He worked in JNTU Hyderabad in various capacities up to 1997. He was the founder Head of Computer Science and Engineering Department during 1988-90 at College of Engineering, Hyderabad and instrumental in establishing the laboratories and other facilities of the Department.

Prof. Reddy moved to Osmania University as Professor in Computer Science and Engineering in the year 1997, worked as Head for six years during 1999-2005. He worked as Director of Infrastructure at OU and also as Dean, Faculty of Informatics during 2005-2008. As Director, he was responsible for designing and implementing Campus wide network with fibre optic backbone connecting all the Departments / Centres of OU. He worked as Principal, College of Engineering, Osmania University during 2008-2011. As Principal, he was responsible for implementation of credit system at UG level and obtaining autonomous status for the college by UGC.

He has carried out number of research and consultancy projects funded by UGC, AICTE and private / public sectors. He was Convener, PGECET during 2011-2015 and instrumental in introducing online registrations.

Prof. Reddy’s research interests include Functional Programming Languages, Algorithms, and Mobile Computing. He has published 85 papers in national / international journals or conferences. He has guided 10 Ph.D. students and 2 scholars are working for their Ph.D. He is a member of Professional bodies like IEEE, CSI and Chairman, ISTE Section, Telangana State.


Dr.Jayesh Ranjan

Principal Secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) and Information Technology (IT) Departments of the Telangana Government

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telangana. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management , Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. He has also done short courses in the University of Birmingham (on Environmental Policy Analysis), JICA training Institute, Tokyo (on lake remediation), London School of Economics (on Globalization and Leadership), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (in Public Policy), and Swedish Institute, Stockholm (on Sustainability and CSR). He is the All-India topper of his IAS batch of 1992. He was awarded World Bank’s Social Capital Visiting Scholarship in 2002 and the British Government’s Gurukul Chevening Scholarship in 2005. He has done international consultancy assignments for the World Bank, UN-ESCAP, Sedatu project of Mexico, and for international NGOs working for Youth Issues like YES, Inc of the USA and NMC from Italy. He is a part of the National Pool of Trainers in Leadership constituted by the Government of India, and is involved in training and mentoring newly recruited Civil Servants.

Jayesh Ranjan is the Principal Secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) Department, Information Technology (IT) Department of the Telangana government. His assignment involves identifying opportunities of utilizing IT in various government processes, attracting new investments, and promoting digital empowerment of the citizens. His last few assignments have been in the Industrial Promotion sector as Commissioner and MD of the Industries Department, Secretary in the Tourism Promotion Department, and Vice-Chairman of the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA), all for 2-3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years, working in diverse sectors like Tribal Development, Natural Resources Management, Poverty Alleviation and other related Social Development Sectors.

Jayesh Ranjan supports many social, cultural and charitable causes, and is on the Boards/Advisory committees of United Way (Hyderabad), Save A Child’s Heart (SACH) Foundation, Young Lives India, Save the Children, Sparsh Hospice, APMAS, ML Jaisimha Sports Foundation, Hyderabad 10 K Foundation, Vijaya Foundation Trust, Ushalakshmi Breast Cancer Foundation, LSN Foundation, Tejas Foundation, Magic Bus Hyderabad, Hockey Hyderabad, World Wildlife Fund (Hyderabad chapter), Hyderabad Literary Festival and Spic-Macay.



Senior Director (Scientist-G), Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India

Dr. B. K. Murthy is currently working as Senior Ditrector (Scientist G) R& D in IT in the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY), Government of India.

During July 2012 to Feb 2016 he was holding the charge of Executive Director, C-DAC, Noida Centre, on deputation from DeitY. As the Head of the Noida Centre of C-DAC, he is responsible for policy formulation, planning, implementation and deployment of various R&D Projects.

He was awarded Ph.D. degree by IIT Delhi. He is instrumental in the initiation of e-learning activities and contributed for the incorporation of Media Lab Asia. He also served as Executive Director, NIELIT (erstwhile DOEACC). He was a member of Technical Committee & Project Approval Board of National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT), MHRD; He is currently member of Board of Governs Indira Gandhi Technological University for Women, Delhi.

Dr. Murthy’s research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Engineering, Object Oriented Design and Software Defined Networking.  He has published and presented more than 50 papers in various journals and conferences.

Under his able guidance, there has been unprecedented achievements of C-DAC, Noida (both in terms of receipt of projects and awards). He had initiated projects with a total outlay of approximately Rs. 150 Crores in the areas of Health Informatics, E-governance, Smart Cards, Language Technology and e-learning. About 30 awards have been received interalia Manthan Award 2012, Rajasthan State e-governance award 2012; Skoch Order of Merit (2013); CSI Nihilent e-Governance in 2013; (vi) Indian Merchants' Chamber Award 2013; e-north East Award for 2015.

E -SafeT Device, developed by C-DAC, Noida has been adjudged as Most Innovative Security Product of the Year 2013 which also fetched the 5th eGovSecureIT 2014 Award, (vii) Reengineering India Award, 2014; Skoch Award of Excellence (2014); Tamper Evident Recorder project has been awarded as the most Innovative Technology of the year 2015. The Virtual Class Room project for conducting Medical Education classes at RIMS Imphal and NEIGHRIMS Shillong has been awarded.


Dr.N.Sarat Chandra Babu

Executive Director, C-DAC

Dr. Sarat, presently positioned the Executive Director of C-DAC, Bangalore, had obtained his B.Tech from J.N.T.U. College of Engineering, Kakinada, M.Tech from REC, Warangal, and Ph.D. from IIT, Delhi. At C-DAC, Dr. Sarat is now leading the teams with R&D projects in the areas of HPC, Grid and Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Internet of Things and Big Data Analytics. Prior to this assignment, Dr. Sarat was the Director of C-DAC, Hyderabad centre.

Dr Sarat worked at various levels in the Department of Electronics, Govt. of India (Presently Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology-MeitY). He worked for the R&D (in switching) of Indian Telephone Industries Ltd., (ITI) and contributed to the First Digital exchange of India.

Dr. Sarat was responsible for the implementation of National level Microprocessor Application Engineering Programme (MAEP) activities (UNDP project) and also National level projects such as "Canal Control & Communications in Irrigation, Plant Wide Networking of Bhilai Steel Plant etc. He led the team in arriving at a Feasibility report on India Microprocessor, submitted to Govt. of India

Dr. Sarat has taken lead role in eLearning at National level in arriving at tools such as eSikshak, Quality assurance frameworks (LMS) and also was instrumental in establishing India Development Gateway (InDG) portal , which was launched by Honourable President of India. He worked on SCORM based content development and the course is still being offered on eSikshak as CCCS.

Dr Sarat has contributed to the Cyber Security R&D efforts. Right from the year 2000, he had lead the teams in carrying out research to develop solutions to address the continuously growing cyber attacks with a focus to develop solutions for Endpoint Security, Network Security, SCADA Security, Cryptographic Systems, Cloud Security etc.

Dr. Sarat was instrumental in launching National level seminars & conferences like ELELTECH INDIA, PARCOMPTECH INDIA, UbiCOMP INDIA, Think Parallel Programs, PREPARE FUTURE – a Faculty development program etc. and many more workshops in the areas of Cyber security, eLearning, Ubiquitous computing and so on.

Topic: Internet of Things(IoT) and Augmented Reality for E-Learning

With the advent of the Internet of Things (IOT) technology, we will be expecting all the smart devices around us to provide various services in real-time. When this IoT technology is combined with Augmented Reality (AR), it will provide end users with real time as well as real world information. One of the prime advantages of AR combining with IoT is the bridging of the gap between the real and digital worlds around us. The ease of downloading features and scope of dynamic usage which AR brings to the smart devices and is expected to bring to the IoT is beyond human imagination! The education sector is expected to gain significantly using these technologies.

The goal of technology in education is to make, learning easier, faster and more engaging for the students and to equip the instructor with powerful tools to provide more relevant courseware to their students. With introducing AR in education, we shall be able to provide contextually aware, more relevant, engaging and interactive courseware to the students, which would keep them interested in subject. Also, through IoT, the physical devices can provide context that the AR ecosystem would use for contextually aware rendering of multimedia content. Medical education domain is expected to gain significantly using IOT and AR. It is also observed that the training in the areas of equipment maintenance could gain significantly by applying these technologies judiciously. For eg. The conventional software virtual lab solution does not provide a real feel of performing an experiment. However, using IOT and AR technology, a sensor enabled Hardware based real lab environment can be created for performing the volumetric analysis experiments in chemistry by using WATER instead of Chemicals.

C-DAC has developed few AR products in education domain – AR Board, AR Book and AR Game. AR Board is a virtual writing board on which a user can write with a laser pointer. It uses projection based AR Technology by creating a virtual environment for contextual information presentation, and facilitates real-time interaction with the content. AR Book is a standard book that has been instrumented with AR markers printed, which when scanned would show augmented, 3D interactive content, videos, audio and animations contextually, on a printed book, thus adding new dimensionality to it. AR Game is a game based learning mobile application that can be used by students for learning through playing, and for evaluating their knowledge. The technology of these products has been transferred to industry for their further development and proliferation to various educational institutes.


Mr. Magesh Ethirajan

Director, C-DAC Hyderabad

Worked with ANURAG DRDO Hyderabad and instrumental in successful delivery of 20 different SoC ASIC VLSI solutions in 180nm, 130nm and 90nm from RTL to working prototypes includes several 32 bit RISC single core and dual core CPU development from scratch to working silicon running Linux operating systems at 1GHz+.

Earlier worked with PERFTRENDS Technologies Pvt Ltd as vice president ASIC design and several Private Industry in Chip Design for more than 25 years and responsible for SOC integration, front end to backend tape-out and silicon validation, interfacing with various functional groups to deliver tested products and managed various ASIC tape-out for customers.

Currently, he is working as Director of C-DAC Hyderabad since2014. His interested areas are VLSI, ASIC, Hardware Security, Embeddedand related domains, e-Learning etc.


Dr. M. Lakshminarayana

Chairman, IEEE Hyderabad Section & Scientist-H (Retd.), DLRL

Dr. M. Lakshminarayana, did his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from JNTU, Hyderabad, M.Tech in Microwave and Radar Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, and Ph.D. from Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom.

Dr. Lakshminarayana joined Defence Electronics Research Laboratory, DLRL, Hyderabad, as Scientist 'B' in Jan 1981. With 34 years of R&D experience he retired from service on 30 April 2015 as Scientist 'H' (Outstanding Scientist), Associate Director DLRL and Programme Director, SAMUDRIKA. Over the last 34 years, Dr Lakshminarayana immensely contributed towards indigenous development of Identification of Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems and Electronic Warfare programmes. His primary contribution is towards the design and in-house development of linear and cylindrical phased arrays for IFF systems and a number of EW antennas and subsystems for Electronic Warfare programmes.

As Project Director of Non-Com segment of Programme Samyukta, he has steered the indigenous development and production of Two Control Center Blocks of Radar Electronic Warfare System for Indian Army. As Associate Programme Director of Programme SAMYUKTA, he was responsible for hand over and User exploitation of full Samyukta System.

As Project Director, ESWAR, for Development of Advanced Communication ESM Technologies, he got 12 subsystems developed indigenously, resulting in substantial reduction of gap in achievement of self reliance in modern COM EW Systems. As Project Director of AEW&C, he was responsible for successful flight-testing of Communication Support Measure (CSM) System on EMB-145 Aircraft. At the time of his retirement he was Programme Director of SAMUDRIKA, a major Indigenous Electronic Warfare Programme for Indian Navy. Presently he is Professor in ECE & Principal of Kshatriya College of Engineering, Armoor.

Dr. Lakshminarayana has authored/co-authored more than two dozen publications in National and International conferences and journals. One Scholar got Ph D under his guidance and guiding two more Research Scholars for their Ph.D. degree. His areas of interest include Antennas, Microwave Components and advanced Electronic Warfare Systems.

Dr. Lakshminarayana is a Fellow of Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE), Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India), Member of AOC, and a Senior Member of Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, (IEEE) USA. He served IETE Hyderabad Centre and IEEE Hyderabad Section in various capacities. Now he is chairman of IEEE Section AP and TS.


Dr. Mangala Sunder Krishnan

IIT Madras

Dr. Mangala Sunder Krishnan has obtained Ph.D in Theoretical Chemistry from McGill University, Quebec, Canada. He is currently Professor in Department of Chemistry at IIT Madras. He was National Web Coordinator for National Programme of Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) project by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). He was instrumental in coordinating Apex committee in the Kerala Education Grid Project for introducing web based education for all educational institutions in Kerala State by Kerala Education Ministry and Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management Kerala.

Previously, Dr. Krishnan has worked as Scientific Officer, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai. He was also instrumental in coordinating various projects for Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, IBM USA, Google Academic Research Program, Google Inc. USA among many. He is a member of Executive Committee of the National Magnetic Resonance Society, India, American Chemical Society, Standing Committee, National Mission on Education through ICT, Ministry of HRD
National Agricultural Innovation Project, Indian Council of Agricultural Research etc.

He is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Department of Chemistry at University of British Columbia, Canada, Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Queen’s University, Canada and Visiting Scientist/Faculty for McGill University, Canada. Professor Sunder Krishnan has over 60 publications in national/international journals and conferences. He has guided a number of PhD research scholars and delivered invited talks at various Universities/Institutes in India.

Topic: NPTEL and MOOCS Initiatives in Higher Education


Dr.Madhuri Dubey

Founder – Editor, National Skills Network

Madhuri has had an interesting professional journey connecting people with technology. After a rich and varied MNC experience of 18 years in the field of educational media, training and marketing she founded National Skills Network – NSN a year ago.Through NSN – an online media platform dedicated to skill development - she is striving hard to bring together all the stakeholders in education, training, industry and government to capture their positive impact and share it with wider audience. She is keenly exploring ways to link education and training with employment and employability.Her book on e-learning Effective e-Learning – Design, Development, Delivery is the first of its kind in India and has helped several educational institutions with their e-learning initiatives.With a doctorate in Curriculum Studies in Higher Education and an M.Phil in Written Communication from EFLU, Madhuri has also contributed to CDAC, DEITY (Government of India) and LabourNet a social enterprise, as a pro bono consultant. Madhuri is an avid user of social media channels and loves blogging.

Topic: Role of E-Learning and Mobile Learning in Skill Development and Vocational Training

E-Learning and Mobile Learning is of much relevance and acquires greater significance in the emerging Skill Development and Vocational Training initiatives in India. With the formation of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and missions like ‘Skill India’ and ‘Digital India’, there is tremendous scope for technology-enabled training solutions to support and sustain learning in diverse, blended formats. The focus of my presentation is to provide an overview of the existing gaps in learning-enablement in the Skill Development and VET space with these highlights:

  • Need for multiple ways to use cost effective technology for skilling people across India
  • Overcome shortage of trained trainers with strategic use of digital technologies
  • Seek participation from the academic institutions and industry in contributing to the success of vocational training


Dr.M.Sasi Kumar

Associate Director, C-DAC

Dr Sasikumar M is currently associate director at C-DAC Mumbai. Alumni of IIT Madras, IISc Bangalure and BITS Pilani, he has been with NCST and C-DAC Mumbai for 30 years. His current research interests include Educational Technology, and Data science. He has authored around 100 papers, 2 books, and has guided 5 PhD students. He has played active role in over 20 research and development projects.

Topic: ICT Solutions for School Education

Despite the availability of much content and resources relevant to school educations, effective adoption of these is quite low in most of the schools. The reasons are many including lack of awareness, inadequate involvement of teachers, inability to adopt in a pedagogically meaningful manner, etc. At cdac Mumbai, we have developed a few tools which are relevant to schools. These include simulated labs for science and maths (olabs), facilitiating adoption of e-books (ebasta), and assessment and monitoring system. We will introduce these resources and in that context discuss adoption of technology in school education. We may also look at some good quality open source resources in this regard.


Ms.V.R.P.Sheilaja Rao

Consultant - Special Education (Retired as HOD- Dept of Spl Edu), NIEPID, Secunderabad

V.R.P. Sheilaja Rao is alumnus of SNDT University, Mumbai and former Head of Department of Special Education at National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped. She has served as Nodal Officer for ADIP implementation in Karnataka for Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. Previously she was instrumental in coordinating ADIP Scheme in NIMH.

Ms.Sheilaja Rao was the Chief Investigator on Inclusive Package development project for Early Childhood Special Education by UNICEF, Hyderabad. She was Co-Chief Investigator for Study on SFD infants At – Risk for IUGR Project by USAID India Rupee. She is an Expert Member for Special Education in Rehabilitation Council of India, GOI Nominee for 9th Joint Review Mission of SSA, Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India and Task Force – Disability Group Member for RVM, AP.

She has several publications and has co-authored a book titled Tactile Training for Improving Emotional Responses published by Lambert Acdemic Publishing (USA & UK). Shri Sheilaja Rao is instrumental in organizing Community & Rural Based Rehabilitation Programs, Sensitization Programs for creation of Awareness on disabilities and bullying against persons with disabilities and Organization of Resource Rooms in Regular Schools to promote Inclusive Education Practices for promoting implementation of RTE Act & PWD Act.

Topic: E-Learning for Differently Abled

The trend of convergence of knowhow from multi – disciplinary approach, has carved several avenues to innovate teaching and training approaches for Persons who are Differently Abled “Divyaang”. Gains from application of Technology on domains like Health, Education and Disability Rehabilitation, have been proven beyond doubt. This paper highlights examples of collaborative work undertaken by Experts across domains of Technology and Disability Rehabilitation, that have influenced optimal use of customized technology for individualised needs. This has enabled applications of technology to class room, home and community settings. The gains from this collaboration are also realised by students in regular schools as well. This enabled access for all learners challenged by discrepancy in languages used at home and school, cultural diversity, shortcomings in teaching methodology and rural urban divide.

Many may visualize condition of disability to be portrayed as condition of limited functioning. Application of technology has demonstrated that functioning among differently abled persons can be transformed and evolved, to higher functioning levels. Existing practices through application of technology will be discussed with prevalent examples from Indian context.

This paper concludes by listing areas that have the potential for future collaboration between Experts across domains like Technology, Education, Health, Women and Child Welfare and Disability Rehabilitation require to follow guidelines recommended by UNCRPD (2006). India being a signatory, is obliged to work on a national mandate, to transform lives of Differently Abled in our country to become inclusive, by realizing their rights, This is viewed as a possibility through innovative use of technology.


Dr.Kamal Bijlani

Director, Amrita E- Learning Research Lab, Kollam, India

Prof. Kamal Bijlani is the Director of Amrita University’s E-Learning Research Lab and leads several ICT-based Educational projects with central and state ministries. He is the Principal Investigator and Chief Architect of the A-VIEW platform developed by Amrita University. Currently, he is also leading several research and development projects for online portal and digital classroom technologies.

A-VIEW is especially designed for delivering interactive synchronous online classes and training with multimedia content to huge numbers of learners simultaneously. A-VIEW is a major national project supported by NMEICT, Ministry of HRD.

In 2014, A-VIEW received recognition from Cisco as one of the best internet innovations in the world.
A-VIEW is currently being used all over India at over 10,000 institutions; primarily in higher education. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched A-VIEW for Skill Centers (ITI) in July, 2015, and FICCI Award was gotten in 2016.

IIT Bombay and IIT Kharagpur have used A-VIEW to train over 1 lac teachers. With the Quality Enhancement programme, IIT Madras conducts live classes for thousands of college students. Using Satellite networks, ISRO is expanding its usage of A-VIEW in remote areas in the North East. While working in the USA for 12 years, Prof. Kamal led programs in developing E-Learning Software and Artificial Intelligence Systems at startup companies from MIT and Stanford University.

Topic: Blended Learning with Digital and Virtual Classrooms

Learning in India faces two major challenges – the attention span of students in the classroom and the shortage of good teachers. We try to address these major issues with technology interventions in the classroom and online solutions.

Digital Classroom: Many students in a class typically have attention span of 10 to 15 minutes, whereas our lectures are around 50 minutes. Research shows that the attention span can be improved with active learning interventions. We provide some paradigms and technology tools for making the class more interactive. Our Digital Classroom provides interactivity in classroom using Mobiles, Clickers, and Amrita Cards (based on Plickers.)

Online and Center-based Portal: The Amrita Online Learning Portal is an e-learning portal with online content, activities and assessments. The entire portal can also be installed at the centers. The online portal and the center-based portal are synchronized together and provide content and data caching mechanisms.

Virtual Classroom (A-VIEW): is used by expert teachers to teach thousands of students simultaneously online. A-VIEW works on internet, VPN, LAN and satellite networks. A-VIEW mobile-based apps are available for quick interaction and assessments.

These three solutions – Digital Classroom, Learning Portal (Center-Based) and Virtual Classroom A-VIEW together provide an overall blended learning for the learners, content maintenance for the teachers and reports/dashboards for the administrators.


Dr.Angel Ratnabai

Assistant Professor in Educational Technology working in the Department of ICT & Training Division, Central Institute of Education Technology (CIET), Ministry of HRD

Dr. Angel Rathnabai is an Assistant Professor in Educational Technology working in the Department of ICT & Training Division, Central Institute of Education (CIET) - National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) at New Delhi, India. CIET is involved in ICT initiatives at National level like e-Pathshala, NROER, SWAYAM MOOCS, SWAYAM Prabha, ICT curriculum,  e-Content development etc. Having done her masters in Maths, Education and Psychology, her area of specialization is ICT in Education, Teaching of Mathematics and Educational Research. She is involved in all ICT initiatives at national lever but her primary concern is to develop and implement ICT curriculum for teachers and students, develop open educational resources and train teachers and educators on FOSS tools for ICT pedagogy integration. She has vast experience in curriculum development, training teachers and teacher education, development of ICT integrated science and math labs, researching on areas of ICT in Education as well as mathematics teacher.

Topic: ICT initiatives at National level in School Education


Mr.Tirupati Kakade

Addl SP & Deputy Director, Maharashtra Police Academy(MPA), Nashik

Topic: Experiences & challenges in implementing e-learning for training police officials in Maharashtra


Mr. Ramesh NBN

Technical Consultant working for Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) & Former Chief Technology Officer, OpenKITE

Mr. Ramesh NBN, is a Technical Consultant working for Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) for establishing distributed e-Learning platforms in various engineering colleges in Andhra Pradesh. He has wide knowledge and know-how about using various open source technologies in the field of Education, Training, eGovernance, IT Infrastructure and Security. He has been conducting several online training programs as a Master Trainer using different technologies and hybrid environment with a mix of Virtual Classroom, Content and Learning Management System with the support of local mentors and faculty.

Mr. Ramesh NBN was a Chief Technology Officer, OpenKITE and has been training and guiding engineering students in obtaining employable skills. He worked as Deputy Director (Infrastructure & Security) in Institute for Electronic Governance(IEG), Government of AP. He was involved in the development of several eGovernance projects in IEG and Centre for Good Governance (CGG). As a research scholar of Carnegie Mellon University, he guided a group in setting up a robotics lab in CMU, Pittsburgh, USA and also in IIIT, Hyderabad.

Topic: Online training and assessment activities being done at APSSDC

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