After a long hole of 34 years, the University College of Engineering (UCE) of Osmania University (OU) reported its arrangements of presenting another designing project at the undergrad level.
The new program, to be propelled in the scholarly year 2020-2021, will be a Bachelor’s certificate in Mining Engineering. The UCE initiated in 1929 with a Civil Engineering program that had 15 seats. From that point forward, it began Mechanical Engineering (1939), Electrical Engineering (1949), Electronics and Communication Engineering (1959) and Bio-Medical Engineering (1982) programs.
Tuned in to the interest for experts during the 1980s, the UCE propelled Computer Science and Engineering at the undergrad level in 1985. Be that as it may, from that point forward, the school did not begin any new UG program.
Presently, detecting a gigantic interest among understudies for the Mining Engineering program, and with a couple of different universities in Telangana offering the course at the undergrad level, the school chose to join the wagon.
The new program is probably going to have 60 seats with 12 employees and understudies are probably going to be conceded in an elite division in the school from the following scholastic year. “As there is great interest for Bachelor of Mining Engineering, the school intends to offer the equivalent to understudies,” Prof. Kumar M, chief of UCE, said.
OU experts chose to keep in touch with the administration looking for consent for the dispatch. “At present, the school offers a postgraduate program in Mining Engineering. The college will keep in touch with the administration looking for authorization to offer Mining Engineering at undergrad level,” Prof. S Ramachandram, Vice-Chancellor of OU, said.
The PG program in Mining Engineering has an admission of 18 seats. As there is enormous interest for the course, the college needed to lead a passage test for affirmations this year. This separated, situates in the UCE are most looked for after among hopefuls in the designing stream of the Telangana State-Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS-EAMCET).
Be that as it may, the school has been putting forth 320 seats in different undergrad programs throughout the previous three decades, while there is tremendous interest from understudies for an expansion in seat admission. The college experts intend to approach the State government looking for endorsement for seat improvement for the following scholarly year.