Free workshop for students, jobless on Nov 12

a�?Telangana Yuva Nirmaana�� at JNTU

Hyderabad:A�The Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA), in collaboration withA�JawaharlalA�NehruA�TechnologicalA�University, Hyderabad (JNTU-H) is conducting a free workshop for students, IT aspirants and unemployed youth to facilitate entry into the IT world and choose a right career path.

The event will have sessions in modern Information Technology, Personality Development, Employment Opportunities and Entrepreneurship. The prestigious annual event known as a�?Telangana Yuva Nirmaan, will be held on November 12 from 9am to 5.30 pm at 1200-seat University Auditorium, JNTU-H, Kukatpally.

It will be inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister, who is also Education Minister, Kadiam Srihari. Karimnagar MP Vinod Kumar Boinapalli and JNTU-H Vice-Chancellor Dr Venugopal and TSIIC Chairman Gyadari Balamallu will be the guests for valedictory function.

The event consists of sessions on soft skills like interview, communication, motivation and goal settings by renowned personality development gurus like Dr C Veerender. Technical sessions are also conducted on latest technologies like ERP, cyber security, digital media, big data, cloud computing, opportunities in solar energy sector andA�mobileA�application development by leading IT industry experts in these domains.

These sessions are intended to help the audience understand the technology overview and evaluate the opportunities in these domains and choose the successful path. For those students who aspire for overseas higher education a session is scheduled which will focus on overseas career study, said TITA founder and president, Sundeep Kumar Makthala.

Students, IT aspirants and un-employed youth are eligible to enroll for this workshop. Participants can register atA��orA� For more information, contact TITA president Sundeep Makthala at 08123123434 or Ranapratap at 7799881865 or JNTU-H UIIC Director Dr. Ch Venkata Ramana Reddy at 8008103815.




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