South Indian History Congress: 2 OU professors win majority votes in executive body election

Faculties from history departments spread across the different southern states cast their votes

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  2 Sep 2022 10:04 AM GMT
South Indian History Congress: 2 OU professors win majority votes in executive body election

Hyderabad: Two professors of Osmania University— Prof. Bandi Srinivas and Dr. Bhukya Saidu—won the majority of votes in the election to the executive body that will look after the organization of the annual South Indian History Conference. Prof. Bandi Srinivas got the first position and Dr. Bhukya Saidu got the third position.

Prof. Bandi Srinivas is a lecturer in the department of history, Osmania University, while Dr. Bhukya Saidu is a faculty member in the PG College, Secunderabad, which also comes under OU. The election was conducted during the three-day annual session of the 41st South Indian History Congress organized on 26, 27, and 28 August at the history department of GTN Arts College in Dindigul, Tamil Nadu.

The election for the executive committee handling the next year's conference took place on 27 August. Faculties from history departments spread across the different southern states cast their votes. The executive committee that plans and organizes the annual conference consists of 15 members.

Prof. Arjuna Rao Kutadi, the head of the department of history, Osmania University, said compared to the previous years, this year's success is a big majority and it has brought distinction to Osmania's history department. He added that his association with the other history faculties of southern states has been important in this victory and has helped garner a lot of votes.

Further, Prof. Rao congratulated both the professors and asked them to convey the importance of history to future generations for the preservation of history.

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