The Malaviya Mission Teacher Training Centre (MMTTC) is happy to announce the inauguration of a pioneering Training Programme for Knowledge Resource Persons (KRPs) in Computer Science and Mathematics, in collaboration with the Government of Andhra Pradesh. This initiative builds upon our successful endeavours in Life Sciences and underscores our dedication to promoting excellence in education and professional growth.



Esteemed dignitaries graced today’s auspicious occasion, enriching it with their invaluable insights and unwavering support. Professor B.J. Rao, Vice Chancellor of the esteemed University of Hyderabad, honoured us as the Chief Guest, bringing with him a wealth of academic experience and leadership. We were also privileged to have Professor V. Kannan Former Dean, School of Mathematics and Computer Science and former Pro Vice Chancellor UoH and Professor SRM University as our esteemed Guest of Honour, renowned for his expertise in education and research. Additionally, luminaries such as Professor Atul Negi, Dean of the School of Computer and Information Sciences, and Professor Saroj Panigrahi, Dean of the School of Mathematics and Statistics, further exemplified the collaborative spirit driving our endeavours. Special gratitude is extended to Dr. P. Anil Kumar, OSD, representing A. P. Higher Education, whose guidance and partnership have been instrumental in realizing this initiative. We also extend heartfelt thanks to Dr. Pola Bhaskar, Commissioner of Collegiate Education, for his unwavering trust and support in entrusting us with the responsibility of training their esteemed KRPs.



The Training Programme for Knowledge Resource Persons (KRPs) in Computer Science and Mathematics signifies a significant milestone in our ongoing mission to enhance education quality and foster innovation in teaching methodologies. Through a comprehensive curriculum developed in consultation with leading experts in academia and industry, this initiative aims to equip KRPs with the requisite skills and knowledge to empower the next generation of learners. Interactive workshops, hands-on training sessions, and collaborative projects will provide participants with insights into the latest advancements in their respective fields and develop pedagogical strategies tailored to modern classroom needs.



This initiative aligns with the vision of the Indian government’s Viksit Bharat@2047 (Developed India) initiative, which aims to foster growth and development across various sectors, including education. Additionally, it contributes to the goals of the Skill India Initiative, by enhancing the skills and capabilities of educators in critical areas such as Computer Science and Mathematics. The integration of these government policies into our training programme underscores our commitment to supporting National Education Policy 2020 objectives and ensuring that education remains at the forefront of India’s progress.


As we embark on this journey, we reaffirm our commitment to our steadfast partnership with the Government of Andhra Pradesh, fostering a symbiotic relationship built on mutual trust and shared objectives. Looking ahead, we envision expanding our collaboration to encompass a broader spectrum of disciplines, thereby magnifying our impact on the educational landscape. With the continued support of our esteemed partners and the dedication of our team at MMTTC, we are confident that this initiative will serve as a beacon of excellence, inspiring positive transformation in education for years to come.


In conclusion, the inauguration of the Training Programme for Knowledge Resource Persons (KRPs) in Computer Science and Mathematics marks a new chapter in our collective pursuit of educational excellence. Through collaborative efforts and unwavering dedication, we are poised to make a meaningful difference in the lives of students and educators alike. As we embark on this transformative journey, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our partners, UGC, UoH administration, and stakeholders for their invaluable support and encouragement in this endeavours of the UoH-MMTTC journey.