KTR inaugurates Bloomberg Finance Lab at Woxsen University in Sangareddy

Telangana Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development KT Rama Rao inaugurated four new facilities at Woxsen University at Kamkole in Sangareddy district, about 85 km from Hyderabad on Thursday.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  17 Dec 2021 4:14 AM GMT
KTR inaugurates Bloomberg Finance Lab at Woxsen University in Sangareddy

Hyderabad: Telangana Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development KT Rama Rao inaugurated four new facilities at Woxsen University at Kamkole in Sangareddy district, about 85 km from Hyderabad on Thursday.

The facilities include Bloomberg Finance Lab, which is said to be among the largest in India; Central Library of 70,000 square feet area; Ten-acre Megs Sports Arena- considered amongst the best sports infrastructure in South Asia and & 75,000 sft HighTech Academic Block.

These new additions are sectoral first and student-centric state-of-the-Art facilities in the Woxsen University premises, which spread in sprawling 200-acre land. Minister for Education Sabitha Indra Reddy also graced the inauguration of the newly added state-of-the-art infrastructure at the university campus.

Speaking on the occasion, KTR said Woxsen is no less than any world-class University in the west. "This is my first visit to the university. Woxsen currently has 1200 students at its residential campus," he said.

The Minister wished all the best in their goal to achieve 15000 soon. Appreciating his world-class Vision, KTR urged Praveen K. Pula, Founder & President of the University, to continue investing in Telangana. He said the government would always extend support.

The Minister urged business leaders to explore the German model of apprenticeship and support Woxsen by offering practical exposure to the students while studying.

Sabitha Indra Reddy expressed happiness over the way Woxsen is grooming their students to face the growing challenges. Praveen K. Pula said they are in the process of building Asia's largest sports facility by 2026.

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