Nagarjuna Akkineni (born August 29, 1959) is an Indian film actor and producer who works primarily in the Telugu Cinema. He has acted in over ninety films as an actor in a lead, supporting and cameo roles, including Bollywood and Tamil films. He has received two National Film Awards, nine state Nandi Awards and two Filmfare Awards South. He received critical reception for his performance in biographical and historical films.
Dabbala Rajagopal "Raj" Reddy (born June 13, 1937) is an Indian-American computer scientist and a winner of the prestigious Turing Award. He is one of the early pioneers of Artificial Intelligence and has served on the faculty of Stanford and Carnegie Mellon for over 40 years. He was the founding Director of the Robotics Institute at CMU. He was instrumental in helping to create Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies in India, to cater to the educational needs of the low-income, gifted rural youth. He is also the Chairman of International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad.
Founder and CEO, Mu Sigma Inc. Mu Sigma was founded by Dhiraj C Rajaram, a former strategy consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton and PricewaterhouseCoopers, in 2004. Dhiraj Rajaram, the company's founder, chairman and CEO, was ranked 37 on the Fortune Magazine 40 under 40 list in 2013. Rajaram won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year India Award 2012 in the services category, and a gold Stevie Award for Executive of the Year in 2012.
Ravikant Nand Kishore Ruia is the Vice-Chairman of Essar Group (founded in 1969 by Ruia and his brother Shashi Ruia). In 2012, Forbes named Brothers Shashi and Ravi Ruia as the world's first richest Indians with a net worth of US$7 billion
Kutral Ramesh (born 8 November 1981), popularly known as Kutraleeswaran, is an Indian swimmer. Born and raised in Tamil Nadu, Ramesh went on to become a marathon swimmer. He swam across English Channel in 1994 when he was 13 years old. The same year, he swam across 6 channels to break Mihir Sen's record of swimming across 5 channels in a calendar year. Kutral's name was included in Guinness Book of World Records for this feat. Kutral won the Arjuna Award in 1996.
Various Scholarships are provided by the university to the students who scored good marks and special scholarships are there for the reserved category students. Annual Family Income is also considered at the time of availing the scholarships.
The College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG) in Chennai, India, is India's oldest engineering and technical institution established in 1794. Today it is one of the four constituent colleges of Anna University and one of the most prestigious and highly selective Engineering schools in the country. The students studying here constitute some of the brightest minds in the country and they are recognized globally for this aspect. It was started in May 1794 as a School of Survey and established as a college in 1859 under the Madras University, and is one of the oldest technical institutes in the world. This institution has the unique distinction of having introduced B.E. Degree Courses in Mechanical Engineering in 1894, Electrical Engineering in 1930, Telecommunication and Highway Engineering in 1945 Printing Technology in 1983 and Geoinformatics in 1992. It was the first institution in South India to establish a Computer Centre - as early as 1963.