Teachers need to improve their research skills: NIT director

Posted: Posted Date – 7:48 PM, Fri – 29 Jul 22

Guests release the memento of the lecture at the KITS campus in Erragattugutta on Friday.

Warangal: The Director of the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Prof. NV Ramana Rao, said the role of the teacher had been given high prominence in the new national education policy and urged teachers to maintain their skills up-to-date research. He kicked off the two-day conference on “Springer 4th International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology (IC3T-2022)” at KITS Warangal on Friday.

Addressing the conference, Ramana Rao said the key word of the conference was to improve quality and think outside the box. “The goal of IC3T-2022 is to present a unified platform for advanced and multidisciplinary research towards the design of intelligent computing, information systems and electronic systems. The theme focuses on various innovation paradigms in knowledge, intelligence and sustainability of systems that will lead to realistic solutions to varied problems for the benefit of society,” he said. Springer Editor-in-Chief Dr K Srujan Raju of CMR Technical Campus, Medchal said, “We received 325 research papers from 19 states in India and 18 countries across the world. The board selected 53 research papers,” he said.

Heriot-Watt University, UK, Professor Mathini Sellathu Rai delivered the keynote address on “Signal Processing and Wireless Communication” in virtual mode. KITS Senior Professor Prof. K Ashoka Reddy said the MoU between NIT and KITS is helpful for research and innovations.

Paul N. Strickland