Koteswara Rao

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K Koteswara Rao
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Born 1927
Sangam jagarlamudi, Tenali
Residence Visakhapatnam, India Flag of India.svg
Nationality Indian Flag of India.svg
Fields Civil Engineering
Institutions National Institute of Technology, Warangal
Alma mater College of Engineering, Guindy
University of Iowa

Koteswara Rao (born c. 1927) was a principal of the Regional Engineering College, Warangal which is now National Institute of Technology, Warangal

Rao was born in Sangamjagrlamudi, a village located near Tenali, Andhra Pradesh. He pursued a degree in civil engineering from a college in Guindy, Madras in 1951.

He joined Andhra University as a junior lecturer in 1955 and later engaged in post graduation studies and pursued his masters from the University of Iowa in 1960. And completed PhD in 1963.

Rao was appointed as a principal of the Regional Engineering College at Warangal (RECW), and was principal during its transition to National Institute of Technology, Warangal in 1986.[1]

He was also appointed as a member of the committee constituted by central government for enhancing quality of graduation in engineering.[citation needed] The committee advised the government on the national regulatory exam for graduate entrance, the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers.

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