Apart from Educational Excellence Jyothishmathi Group of Institutions is also encouraging students to take part in Social Activities to inculcate Social Responsibility and improve the organizational skills of the students. The students of our colleges are always a step ahead in various social activities. In this context, Jyothishmathi Brigade was launched on 7th October 2015 by Honorable Superintendent of Police Sri Joel Davis with the strength of around 1000 students to contribute in various Social Activities.


  • To organize different educational, social, developmental, community service programs at the Campus, Karimnagar city and nearby villages.
  • To cultivate in the students the spirit of active involvement in the service to the community.
  • To drive away evil practices in the society and to build a clean, green and developed region.
  • To create awareness among the people about social development programs.
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Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing


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