Rural Women Technology Park

Rural Women Technology Park
Vishnupur, Narsapur, Medak.

Selected Area: Narsapur Mandal
Village (s):      Villages contiguous to Narsapur
Block/Taluka:  Narsapur
District:          Medak
State:            Telangana

Importance of the proposed interventions

The livelihoods of people in Telangana, especially in the districts of semi-arid regions have been severely impacted by recurrent drought. On the other hand the Government of Telangana and Non-Government Agencies (NGOs) took up a variety of interventions over the last decade in response to this growing need for supporting large number of livelihoods, especially for the rural poor. It has been observed that some families moved above the poverty barriers; however those who are on the verge of poverty fell into the debt traps and lost their livelihoods. The present project had been taken up after studying comprehensively the status of livelihoods and understanding the different approaches and promotional practices (interventions) that impact these livelihoods.

 

S.No.Technologies (Interventions)Background
1 (a) Cultivation of dry land crops
> Introduction of mixed farming systems
(b) Developing value added products
> Coarse cereal based foods
> Millet based fortified bars
> Millet based cereal flakes
> Multigrain snack
> Blended products with hand-pound rice or brown rice
> Cultivation of Dry land Agriculture Crops had gained momentum in Medak district due to lack of irrigation resources (rain fall and ground water resources).
> The neglect of mixed farming systems meant that the rural populace did not have access to crops like pulses, In many parts of the target area, a wealth of traditional knowledge and agricultural practices including local varieties of food crops were completely neglected and lost.
> Jowar and Millets, once regarded as poor man's crop (especially in Telangana) is now in great demand due increased health consciousness (high in fibre, nutrition, and lower on calories than rice and wheat) had become special
2 (c) Production of exotic flowers through greenhouse cultivation
> Rose
> Gerbera
> Carnation
> Flowers like rose, gerbera and carnation has high demand in Hyderabad and nearby cities of Andhra Pradesh like Vijayawada and Guntur.
> Emerged as a lucrative profession with the much higher potential for returns compared to other agri-horticultural crops.
> The Government of India has also identified floriculture as a niche area with vast potential for export. There are many incentives given by the Government for setting up of floricultural units as Export oriented units.
> Except vegetables, the region doesn't grow flowering crops under protected cultivation
3 (d) NTFP based livelihood interventions
> Hill broom cultivation & processing/value addition
> Value added products from Butea monosperma (Plates from leaves, ropes from wood, natural color/dyes from flower, gums/resins from barks)
> Hill brooms are imported from the North Eastern States as production in the state is not sufficient to meet the requirements
> Butea monosperma (flame of the forest-moduga in telugu) can be used for timber, resin, fodder, medicine, and dye.
> The wood is dirty white and soft and, being durable under water, is used for well-curbs and water scoops.
> Good charcoal can be obtained from it.
> The leaves are usually very leathery and not eaten by cattle. The leaves are used by street food sellers to serve food placed on the leaves.
4 (e) Interventions in Handloom and Handicrafts
> Design Interventions and Product Diversification
> Introduction of "Asu" making machine in weaving for drudgery reduction (dubbaka sarees and/or gollabama motifs)
> Toy making clusters at Gummadidala and Bonthampalli – Traditional artisans of these two villages of Jinnaram Mandal of Medak district have been engaged in lacquer of toys making activity. Still scope is there to establish many units.
> Handlooms of Jogipet and GI Index Dubbaka sarees (with gollabama motifs) are unique and has a huge demand of Medak District. However the women stick to old designs and traditional methods
> Advanced Technology, Equipment, Design, Quality Control and Marketing guidance are lacking
> Due to inadequate exposure, product diversification is minimal.
> Lack of market information thus unaware of consumer's changing tastes and  preferences
> Almost 90% artisans are illiterate and as a result they are not in a position to manage their businesses efficiently.

 

Business plan/ enterprise model/sustainability of the project

Any social/social enterprise activity with cent percent subsidy will not be a good/successful business and/or enterprise model, but a failure. The creation of WTP involve leveraging financial support from Department of Science and Technology, Telangana Government (State Horticultural Board), beneficiaries and the implementing agency.  Tribal Federation (TRIFED) would be involved for marketing of value added NTFP's. Support would be sought from weavers cooperatives and handicraft board for marketing of handlooms and craft. The vale added food products would be marketed by well-established brand of the implementing agency Aditya Foods or BVRIT. The business model of WTP is given below.

Details of the beneficiaries (direct and indirect)

The direct beneficiaries of the WTP would be women. It is proposed to train at least 1000 women in the surrounding villages of WTP in the Narsapur block of Medak district. Taking the average family of 4 members, the indirect beneficiaries would be 3000 (excluding women). Hence the project would benefit at least 4000 people in improving their socio economic conditions and livelihoods

For Details Contact:

Principal Investigator

Dr. E. Laxmi Narsaiah

Professor Physics & Dean Academic Affairs

Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities

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 Co-Investigators:

 Dr. G B. Radhika, Department of Chemical Engineering

 Dr.T.Chandrabai, Department of Management Studies

 Mr. J Bangarraju, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 Dr. B Venkata Swamy (Biotechnology), Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities

 Mr. J Venkata Ramana (Physics), Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities Project

Vishnu Innovation Labs (ECE)

Vishnu Innovation Labs

Emerging Technology Center

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BVRIT's collaboration with Microsoft began with an innovation alliance in October 2010, progressed to an I Spark Center and has now culminated in the Microsoft Innovation Center. BVRIT Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) was inaugurated on 7th December 2012 by Mr. Jospeh Landes, Country Head, Microsoft.

The aim of the Innovation Center is to help promote the use of Microsoft Technology for innovation that will help students to work in an ecosystem that gives them access to resources and experts for collaboration and skills development. The MIC now has nearly 100 students from different departments working in various domains. We are active participants of the Prestigious Microsoft Office Specialist Championship, Imagine Cup, Microsoft Student Partners (MSP), Microsoft Student Associates (MSA) every year and we also conduct Windows Training Programs, workshops, Hackathons, Webinars, Ideation contests, App Boot Camps.

Faculty Lead, Emerging Technology Center: 
Mr. K. Karthik, Associate Professor, BVRITN,
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Workshops and Training Programs:

BVRIT MIC has been organizing many workshops and training programs every year. Some of them are:

  • Workshops and Training programs on Windows 7 App Development
  • Workshops and Training programs on Windows 8 App Development
  • Workshops and Training programs on Windows 8.1 App Development
  • Workshops and Training programs on Windows 10 App Development
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Certifications:

Under BVRIT MIC, every year students are getting certified with Microsoft Certifications.

  • In December 2012, 50 students got Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certifications.
  • In October 2013, 150 students got Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certifications.
  • In May 2014, 68 students got certified with Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS).
  • In October 2015, 111 students got Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certifications.
  • In May 2016, 22 students got certified with Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS).
  • In September 2016, 161 students got Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certifications.
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World MIC Summit SpainWorld MIC Summit Spain

Our Vice Chairman Mr. Ravichandran Rajagopal represented India at the MIC World Summit conducted in Spain.

World MIC Summit Redmond

Mr. Karthik Kovuri, MIC Manager participated and represented BVRIT MIC at the MIC World Summit 2014 conducted in Redmond, USA.

 

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DREAMSPARK YATRA

BVRIT MIC was chosen to host DREAMSPARK YATRA. It was considered to be huge success with about 1300 registrations in 2011 and about 1600 registrations in 2012. This was an amazing effort by our MIC community.

Dream Spark Yatra 

MSP selection is the prestigious program in which students are scrutinized at various levels with stringent constraints to become MSP. Every year, the students of BVRIT MIC have been proving their excellence in becoming MSP (Microsoft Student Partners) and MSA (Microsoft Student Associate).

List of Microsoft Student Partners

2017-18

  • Asritha Isukapalli
  • Prakhar Sharma
  • Prudhivi Sujana
  • Srihari Babu Shetty
  • Anuhya Gankidi
  • Vineeth Reddy
   

2015-16 & 2016-17

  • Navya Trilok
  • Aditya Mankal
  • Ooha Pravallika.Y
  • V. Sudha
  • V. Sai Sheshank
  • Mangaiahgari Sai Teja
  • Padugami Swapna

 

  • Battu Sneha
  • E. Laxmi Mahitha
  • Dever Simhachalam
  • K. Srikanth
  • P. Ravi Teja
  • Sravan Reddy Ch
  • Shanmukha Reddy

 

  • Kulbir Singh
  • Deepak Mavin
  • Vamshi Dubakunta
  • Sandeep Thodupunoori
  • Chetana Borancha
  • Surendhar Reddy

2014-15

  • Amarnath Jadhav
  • Abhinandan Naithani
  • Prashanth Dubey
  • Kulbir Singh
  • Pranav Rahul
  • Lokesh Reddy
  • Deepak Mavin
  • Venkat Jonnala

2013-14

  • Aishwarya
  • Anusha
  • Madhuri
  • Vineeth
  • Komali
  • Sumith Varma
  • Sai

 

List of Microsoft Student Associate 

2014-15

  • Aishwarya Palagummi
  • Chetana
  • Kamlesh Goud
  • Raju
  • Surender Reddy
  • Ritika Pyata

 

  • Vikas Vattikonda
  • Rajitha Kaveli
  • RamaKrishna
  • Sandeep Thodupunoori
  • Vamshi Dubakunta
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Students of 'BVRIT-Microsoft Innovation Center' have designed various projects. The list of projects:

2016-17

  • Eyes on you
  • V-Cashless Card
  • Technical Social Networking
  • Helping Hands
  • My Health

2015-16

  • Blind Calculator
  • Library Book Search
  • Hospital Management system
  • Smart Meter
  • No-Due Generation system

2014-15

  • Vishnu E-Card
  • Street Lights Automation
  • Staff Notification
  • MECR for Computer Science
  • Smart Chair with Patient Monitoring System

2013-14

  • HIV Medication Tracker
  • Organzz Connect
  • JKC Live Streaming
  • Mobile Library
  • Women’s Health Calculator

2012-13

  • Baby Snatching Prevention system
  • Buffet on click
  • Speak to Act
  • Interactive Learning using Kinect
  • Sketch to Ink
 
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Achievements, Prizes, Recognitions and Contributions 

  1. 161 students got certified with MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) Certification and participated in Windows 8.1/10 App Development Hackathon in 2016-17.
  2. 2 students from BVRIT MIC were National level Champions in MOS Championship 2016.
  3. 10 students from BVRIT MIC were Regional level Champions in MOS Championship 2016. 
  4. “Microsoft Azure Educator Grant Award” worth $27000 (Rs. 19,00,000/-) Azure Passes.
  5. 22 students were certified with MOS in Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship.
  6. 20 Microsoft student Partners (MSPs) for the A.Y 2015-16 & 2016-17, the highest number of MSPs in the entire country.
  7. Microsoft has given 500 Dreamspark keys with which the students can download genuine software worth Rs. 2,50,00,000/-
  8. 76 students from CSE, IT & ECE got certified with MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) Certification.
  9. Recipient of prestigious Rolling Shield Award under special Labs Category in 2015 and 2017.
  10. 4 students got a fully sponsored opportunity to participate in Youth Spark Entrepreneurship event organized by Microsoft at its premises, Bangalore.
  11. 263 students successfully participated in digital India Hackathon organized by Microsoft.
  12. Students got mobile phones as prizes by participating in Windows Apps competitions.
  13. More than 150 girl students participated in Women Hackathon and 9 students won prizes and Merit certificates.
  14. With Dreamspark accounts, students can download Microsoft software worth up to Rs.50,000/-
  15. Developed websites for MIC, Promethean 2k15, Promethean 2K14 and ICICC 2015, an International Conference being organized by CSE Department.
  16. 9 students won Gold Medals and Merit Certificates in COMPUDON – a Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship at New Delhi in 2015.
  17. 13 students were India Finalists in COMPUDON – a Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship.
  18. Based on the activities and achievements of MIC, Mr. Karthik Kovuri, MIC Manager got sponsored invitation to represent BVRIT MIC and country in World MIC Summit 2014 held at Redmond, USA.
  19. Microsoft student Partners (MSP): 8 and Microsoft student Associates (MSA): 11 (For 2014-15)
  20. Microsoft has given 500 Dreamspark keys with which the students can download genuine software and material
  21. 68 students from CSE, IT & ECE got certified with MOS (Microsoft Office Specialization) Certification in 2014-15
  22. 67 students completed Internships successfully at Edukinect in collaboration with our MIC, an Academic Partner of Microsoft
  23. 150 students certified with Microsoft Technology Associate
  24. Developed and published around 200 Apps in windows store
  25. Students got cash prizes worth Rs.10,000/- by developing Apps for Windows 8
  26. Students got mobile phones as prizes by participating in Windows Apps competitions
  27. More than 150 girl students participated in Women Hackathon and 9 students won prizes and Merit certificates
  28. 223 students participated in Microsoft prestigious Imagine cup 2014 under various categories.
  29. 40 students participated in Microsoft Stand4rds competition of websites development using HTML5
  30. Various projects like Smart chair, Baby snatching prevention, Buffet on click etc… exhibited in various project expos
  31. Got offers for commercializing the product Windows device controlled smart chair
  32. Developed website for Promethean 2K14 and ICICC 2015, an International Conference being            organized by CSE Department
  33. 19 MSPs/MSAs participated actively in Annual MSP summit 2014 at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and got Certificates of Appreciation
  34. Conducted Microsoft Technology Associate Certification for around 111 students of BVRIT in coordination with Edukinect.
  35. Conducted YappOn, a 24 hours coding competition on Windows 8.X app development, which is one of the largest coding competitions.
  36. Coordinated Product Exhibition in collaboration with Dr. Harveen Chugh, Talent Scout, Sirius Program UK Trade & Investment, UK.
  37. Organized Live streaming of Microsoft conferences for our students which were held at Bangalore.
  38. Conducted Webinars and MVA Courses of various advanced Technologies of Microsoft.
  39. Conducted Women’s Hackathon for girls students of BVRIT Narsapur and BVRIT Hyderabad Women’s college. Students participated and competed themselves on coding Windows Desktop, phone and web based applications.
  40. 95 students were under Internship at various companies in collaboration with our MIC
  41. 4 students got a fully sponsored opportunity to participate in Youth Spark Entrepreneurship event organized by Microsoft at its premises, Bangalore
  42. DREAMSPARK Downloads by around 3000 students
  43. 40 students excelled in Microsoft Stand4rds competition of websites development using HTML5.
  44. Various projects like Smart chair, Baby snatching prevention, Buffet on click etc… exhibited in various project expos.
  45. MIC Students developed website for Promethean 2K14.
  46. BVRIT MIC was the largest delegation in the Windows 8 App Fest held in Bangalore on 21st and 22nd Sep 2012 .This was a Guinness event and we coded for 18 hours to get into the Guinness Records. We are all now proud “Guinness Record Holders”. This was not all. Our students became MS ROCKSTARS and made BVRIT feel Proud. They were given a chance to interact with the who’s who of Microsoft. It was definitely a defining moment for our ROCKSTARS.
  47. BVRIT MIC team was part of the winning team, “The Deccan Chargers” in the Windows 7 APPATHON conducted in India.
  48. BVRIT MIC was recognized as one of the top 3 MICs in India MIC Summit held at Bangalore in March, 2013.
  49. BVRIT MIC has been actively participating in the Microsoft Imagine Cup contest from 2010 onwards...

 

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  1. MTA Training and Certification
  2. MOS Training and Certification
  3. Microsoft Virtual Academy Courses
  4. Microsoft Student Partners Selection
  5. Microsoft Student Associates Selection
  6. Webinars on live streaming of Windows technologies
  7. Windows 7 & 8 x App Development Training Programs
  8. BVRIT MIC hosted one of the India’s largest competitions YappOn, a 24 hours coding competition on developing apps for windows8 and our students developed 34 different apps
  9. Microsoft Appathon Boot Camps, Women Hackathons
  10. Imagine cup participation
  11. Conferences and Journals Publications
  12. Webinars on Windows technologies
  13. Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 App Development Training Programs
  14. Microsoft Appathon Boot Camps
  15. Women Hackathons
  16. Webinars & Live streaming of various technologies
  17. Digital India Hackathons
  18. Microsoft Faculty Connect Training Programs
  19. Ideation Festivals
  20. Student Project Internships under MIC in collaboration with academic partners of Microsoft and many more…
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MIC Group Photo

 

IBM Center of Excellence

The IBM Software Center of Excellence is the first of its kind in the state of Andhra Pradesh, was established at Padmasri Dr. B.V. Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, A.P and inaugurated by Ms Janet E. Klein, Director ISV and Developer Relations, IBM Asia Pacific on 17th August 2009. Other dignitaries present at the occasion included Mr. Himanshu Goyal, Lead IBM Academic Initiative, and Mr. A. Amarnath Reddy, CEO - IEG.

Programs offered under the IBM COE:

  • IBM DB2 Certification Training and Examination
  • IBM RAD Certification Training and Examination
  • IBM LOTUS Certification Training and Examination
  • IBM RFT Certification Training and Examination
  • IBM TDS, TSM Certification Training and Examination
  • IBM WID Certification Training and Examination
  • Panel Discussions with Industry Leaders on Students Employability empowerment

As an outcome of the IBM Academic Initiative Association with BVRIT:

Number of Certifications

  • In 2010 308 students and faculty members got certified
  • In 2011 605 students and faculty members got certified
  • In 2012 549 students and faculty members got certified

The Great Mind Challenge (IBM TGMC) Projects

  • In 2010 a total of 360 students did projects under IBM TGMC
  • In 2010 a total of 390 students did projects under IBM TGMC
  • In 2010 a total of 450 students did projects under IBM TGMC

Placements:

In the following IBM Product & Business Partner Companies

  • Ediko
  • InTenS
  • WebTek Labs

Achievements

  • BVRIT was the First Centre of Excellence in AP
  • In 2009 BVRIT is awarded as Best Performing IBM COE in India
  • In Consecutive three years in 2009, 10, 11 BVRIT was one of the Top Performing Colleges in India for best performance of students in TGMC

Website: IBM Center of Excellence

Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC)

EDC has been set up in BVRIT campus with the assistance of AICTE New Delhi, to promote and educate young students to get advantages of the policies of the government through establishing their own ventures. The cell organizes different activities and events to create entrepreneurial awareness among the students.

Dr. I.Nageswara Rao, HOD, MBA is the chief coordinator for this Cell and Mr. Hemanth Mulajkar, is the coordinator. 

Objectives

  • To create the awareness of entrepreneurship among the students.
  • To motivate the students in molding their career path and guiding them about self - financial schemes of various agencies.
  • To organize entrepreneurship development programs.
  • To conduct Vocational Training / Skill Development programmes.
  • To arrange visits to Small Scale Industries.

Activities

  • Had MoU with WF-NEN ( Wadhwan Foundation National Entrepreneurship Network)
  • Organized an Orientation Programme on Entrepreneurship Development for engineering and management students.
  • Conducted ED programmes for students and faculty members.
  • Applied for UDYAMITHA, a central government scheme meant for encouraging the entrepreneurship at nation level.
  • Meetings of funding agencies were conducted with students and faculty.
  • Organized industrial visits to invigorate the students to become entrepreneurs.

Ensuing programmes

A two weeks Faculty Development Programme on ‘Entrepreneurship Development’ has been conducted from 8th March, 2017 to 22nd March, 2017 in our campus. It is taken up by CED (Centre for Entrepreneurship Development), Hyderabad in collaboration with NSTEDB (National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board), New Delhi.

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