Auditorium

Rani Rudrama Devi Auditorium. Rani Rudrama Devi, one of the most prominent and courageous rulers of the Kakatiya Dynasty on the Deccan Plateau, was one of the few queens in the Indian history known for her courage. She was named Rudramba by her father King Ganapathideva. As Ganapathideva had no sons, Rudrama was formally designated as a son through the ancient Putrika ceremony and given the male name of Rudradeva. When she was only fourteen years old, Rani Rudrama Devi succeeded her father. Rani Rudrama Devi ruled from 1261 to 1296. Bravery, Confidence and Leadership qualities being the inborn features of Rudrama, the auditorium has been named after her. The air conditioned auditorium is equipped with the state-of-the-art digital track stereo sound system, 600 ergonomically comfortable seats, latest illuminating systems and automatic curtain system.

This is used for combined classes, lecture of Eminent faculty, late Sri K.S. Vyas Memorial, Prof. Venugopal memorial and indoor cultural activities. This has centralized AC with 600 seating capacity Audio system with computer for conducting of classes along with recording and video system with DVD player for playing movies for trainees.

Sri N. Seetaramulu DSP in charge of Class Rooms Assisted by Smt. A. Suchitha Kumari Inspector ©, Sri Hirka Naik, HC 1262, Sri D.C. Sekhar HC 672, Sri P. Sai Kumar LG, 7 HGs for operating Class Room Equipments and 2 HG Sweepers.

This room has paging system connected to 10Kva UPS for mics system and LCDs to rum even after power shutdown
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