Technical Education in Telangana is passing through one of the most critical periods. Rapidly changing technological environment at global level and ever developing demands of the students pose a two-fold problem to the institutions:
- Anticipating the thrust areas of the future.
- Equipping the institutions with necessary infrastructure and trained faculty in consonance with ever changing demands.
This is indeed a challenging task. Understanding this imperative, at Methodist, we always lay emphasis on infrastructure building and recruitment of talented resource persons to meet the requirements of curriculum and the demands of the industry.
A special team of professors at Methodist has been given the responsibility of closely following the industry and their requirements, and assess the changes that are likely to take place in near future. The idea is to enhance the student’s preparedness to meet the requirements of market once he finishes the course. The management, teaching & non-teaching staff of Methodist reiterates their commitment to impart constructive and meaningful education.
At this moment, I would like to quote a famous saying by Albert Einstein:
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”