The state’s first Telangana Mahila Viswa Vidyalayam (Women’s University) has drawn up plans to introduce engineering courses in emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer science and the Internet of Things.

In addition to engineering, several courses including sociology, nutrition and dietetics, chemistry at the graduate level in art, social sciences and science streams will be launched.  For the otherwise capable students, the university has plans to offer special courses that will help them get jobs.
“Rather than conventional engineering courses, the university plans for engineering programs in emerging technologies.  Several PG courses and a BEd program were also planned.  “As the new courses will be introduced, departments will be created accordingly and required faculties will be appointed,” said an official.

This is

because the state government recently issued orders to establish the Mahila Viswa Vidyalayam by upgrading the existing Osmania University College for Women, also known as Koti Women’s College.

The government has also decided to create new courses with departments, in addition to sanctioning teachers and non-teaching staff.  Earlier, it proposed Rs 100 crore in this year’s state budget for the university which will start its operations from the next academic year, namely 2022-2023.

The College currently offers 72 courses in various combinations at the undergraduate and postgraduate level with a total of 4,500 students.  To meet the requirements of the new courses and students, a large classroom complex and a residence facility were proposed.  “We decided to go vertical for the construction of a classroom complex and a residence.  Both buildings were proposed with G 9 floors, “an official added.
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