Telangana Academy for Skill & Knowledge was established by the Government of Telangana to enable a platform between Government, Academia, and Industry to enhance employability quotient of youth in the state.


TASK is not a profit-oriented organization but its created by the Government of Telangana for bringing synergy among institutions of Government, Industry & Academia with an objective of offering quality human resources and services to the industry. Granting access to modules for enhancing their technology, personal and organizational skills at highly subsidized rates. Partnerships with colleges to create environs conducive for growth through faculty development, research pilots and help colleges to provide quality education for the leaders of tomorrow with focused systematic Programme. TASK programs help corporates gain access to a pool of trained graduates for suitable roles. Our students are trained extensively in the latest technology to help companies find the right candidate.

Every year, TASK is conducting many activities on our campus for the benefit of our students. The following are the student skill development programmes or activities conducted by TASK in our college campus in the academic year 2018-19:

S.No Date Activity / Programme
1 18-08-2018 Infosys Campus Connect Road Show
2 20-08-2018 Interview and Organizational Skills
3 24-08-2018 Personal Skills
4 24-08-2018 A&R MOOCs
5 27-08-2018 Functional English
6 21 to 23-02-2019 MTA HTML5
7 19 to 22-08-2019 Soft Skills
8 19 to 22-08-2019 Aptitude and Reasoning


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Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing


Mobile: 9493142141


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