Chief Minister praised the efforts of JNTU Kakinada to use technology to its full development and advancement. He said that students and teachers will be extremely profitable email service, and this effort JNTUK brought it along with some world JNTU-kakinada-effortsclass universities.
Mr. Mopidevi V. Raman, Honourable Ministers of Technical Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh commends the efforts of JNTU Kakinada and Bharathstudent.com.
Prof. Allam Appaim Rao said that this JNTUK University with honors, including innovative ideas for adventure. “As the founder Vice-Chancellor JNTUK, my goal and commitment is to create brand JNTUK, which meets the requirements of a modern and very well-known Indian universities. I was the initiator of this process, and took the first steps in 1000 JNTUK transformation in world-class technological university. He noted that our technology partner Social Media India Ltd has allowed us to make our dream a reality.
They initiated the establishment efforts JNTUK University information system and e-mail service with a new corporate look, strong personality and academic professionalism.
Taking advantage of geographical position at the university and its prospects for students who aspire to international research and career, unique e-mail service provided to all JNTUK 2,00,000 students and staff from eight JNTUK coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. This service will serve the entire academic and professional communication-related needs of students and thereby contributing to a unique identifier for students, teachers and universities.
These services will send very strong signals to higher education in Andhra Pradesh for setting international standards in education and commitment of the Government of Andhra Pradesh with higher education.
The company’s revenues are in free fall, down 92.6% year on year to Rs. 140.4 million despite selling and marketing as well as general and administrative expenses have been cut sharply. Staff costs have also fallen 62.8% to Rs. 27.65 million year on year.
The next quarter ending December 09 might be affected by the termination of Northgate’s contract for sale of Free Commercial Time (sponsorships of programmes) with Kalaignar TV Private Limited, which ended on October 9, 2009.
The contract, the company announced, was a “significant source of revenue for the quarter and half year ended September 30, 2009.”
The board of directors of Hyderabad based Northgate Technologies, which own online businesses, have approved a plan by the company to raise Rs. 250 million through equity offerings, and/or borrowing.