B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.
Dr M.V.Siva Prasad, is graduated in Computer Science and Engineering from Gulbarga University, did M. Tech., from VTU, Belgaum and Ph.D. from Acharya Nagarjuna University. He has over 22 years of experience in teaching and research. He was appointed as Head of the CSE Department 2005 and taken charge as Principal in 2012.
By producing more responsible citizens. Students who have learned to think critically and have a healthy dose of skepticism can better make their own, informed decisions, which can make them more enlightened, informed voters and stronger consumers. Also, the sense of responsibility and caution that science provides – along with the understanding of how things work (be they chemical reactions, human development, or nutritional needs) – can help future parents to provide safe, healthy environments for their own children, and be more responsible pet owners and neighbors.
By helping to build a strong economy, the communication, research, reporting, and collaboration skills that science provides can produce a generation of individuals who are better prepared for any career and can make greater contributions to society. Also, students who have a solid knowledge base in science will later be more open to emerging technologies and ideas that can boost businesses and stimulate the economy.
By ensuring future support of scientific research and advancements. A society aware of the benefits of science and technology will work to ensure it remains scientifically and technologically competitive. Also, a science-literate society will provide the necessary support, funding and promotion to ensure future generations continue to improve upon modern advances that benefit everyone.