This Institute offers a 2 year course in trades of Fitter, Electrician and Draughtaman (Civil) and one year Training Program in Diesel Mechanic. This training centre was started with the specific objective of providing vocational training to students, belonging to socio-economically backward sections of the society, who could not pursue higher education.
The centre imparts skills and expertise to enable these students to find gainful employment or alternatively, become self employed. It is a matter of pride that several of the students who have obtained training at this centre have found employment in various private industries and Public sector undertakings. The student enrolment is 120, who are trained by 10 instructors
Late. Sri. Pendekanti Venkata Subbaiah Former Union Minister of State for Home & Parliamentary Affairs and Former Governor of Bihar and Karnataka
Sri Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah, one of the veteran statesmen of Independent India, held many important positions in his lifetime. He served in the capacities of the Union Minister of State for Home & Parliamentary Affairs (1980-84), the Governor of Bihar, and later, of Karnataka. Sri Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah was born in an affluent family of agriculturists on 18th June, 1921 at Sanjamala, a village in the erstwhile Princely State of Banaganapalli in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. He took keen interest in the national movement while he was a student in Nandyal, the constituency he represented subsequently for 27 years in Lok Sabha. He dedicated himself to the national movement and fought against oppression, braving imprisonment.
Sri Venkatasubbaiah was secular in his outlook throughout his life and fought firmly against all kinds of inequalities and oppression. His vision for an egalitarian and progressive future reflects in the institutions that he founded and inspired.
A Gandhian to the core, he had passionate interest in Education, Khadi and Co-operation. He started several educational institutions, hostels for poor boys and Co-operative Societies.