ECOSAK (Engineering College Old Students Association Kakinada) is meant to recall the reminiscences of the golden days you enjoyed, to recollect the memoirs with friends, who were class-mates, seniors or juniors whom you are going to meet after a long time, share your experiences in different walks of life in search of livelihood, name and fame, since you left the portals of the college to enter the world as a responsible citizen, will be enriched by your enthralling presence. It will also impose a sense of pride and confidence in the young minds of present generation of students when informed about the pedagogy they inherited which will continue to enhance the glory of the college as well as themselves. The Annual General Body Meetings are arranged regularly on first Sunday of January every year.
The college, in the recent past added a second postgraduate course in each of the five engineering departments. The college has also become an active center for research with a large number of Ph.D. students. A few buildings have emerged in the recent past and a few more are in different stages of construction. In spite of all this growth, the College is having its own drawbacks or deficiencies. In this direction the alumni of the College are contributing their might for the development. The Alumni Association has constructed a guest house “Alumni Hall” (150 Sq.m) from its own funds. In this direction, a multi-utility building (Swarnastov Bhavan) (500 Sq.m) was constructed during the Golden Jubilee at a cost of about Rs.20 lakhs with donations of the alumni during 1995-96 which is housing “Placement Office” and “MANA TV”. One batch of students admitted in 1973 celebrated their silver jubilee of admission here, by bringing their families and spending two days on the campus in 1998. A few more batches delighted all of us by sharing their memories during the last one year. Another batch expressed their desire to be here next year.
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