List of National Institute of Technology, Warangal alumni

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This is a list of alumni from the National Institute of Technology, Warangal.

Alumni Class/Year Branch Notable Achievement References
Dr. Siva S. Banda 1974 Electrical Director of Control Science Center of Excellence; Chief Scientist for Air Vehicles Directorate at United States Air Force Research Laboratory; elected to National Academy of Engineering; President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Award in 2010 [1]
Venkat Changavalli 1975 Chemical First CEO of Emergency Management and Research Institute (108); former Director on the Board of State Bank of Hyderabad; current Director on the Boards of Butterfly Edu Fields, Embrace India and Saath Livelihood Services [2]
Sanjay Das 1990 Computer Science COO, Tippett Studio
Srinivas Tallapragada 1991 Computer Science President, [3]
Sanjay Kapoor 1991 - Vice President of Global Marketing, A10 Networks [4]
Ashwin Krishnan 1991 - SVP, Product Management and Strategy, HyTrust [6]
Krishna Rangasayee 1990 Electronics SVP and GM, Global Sales and Markets, Xilinx [7]
Srini Gurrapu 1993 Computer Science VP, Customer Solutions, Skyhigh Networks [8]
Sangeeta Chakraborty - Computer Science Chief Customer Officer, Ayasdi [9]
V.R. Ferose 1997 Computer Science Managing Director, SAP Labs, India; nominated as Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum in 2012 [10][11][12]
Dr. Lalit Goel 1983 Electrical Professor and Head of Electrical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University [13]
Lakshmi Narayana 1986[14] Former Joint Director for India's Central Bureau of Investigation
R Mutyala Raju 2002 Electrical Engineering All India IAS topper 2007 [15]
Baru Rao 1981 Electr & Comm. COO, Continental Europe, Capgemini India
Kavuri Sambasiva Rao 1966 Member of Parliament, India (5th Term, 8th, 9th, 12th, 14th, 15th Lok Sabha)
Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy Member of Parliament, India (2nd Term, 9th, 14th Lok Sabha)
S.P.Y. Reddy 1974 Mechanical Member of Parliament, India (2nd Term, 14th, 15th Lok Sabha)
Rao Remala 1971 Electrical First Indian employee of Microsoft [16]
Dr VA Sastry 1965 Electrical Engineering Board member, Infosys; board member, National Stock Exchange of India [17]
Sunand Sharma 1972 Mechanical Chairman, Country President, Alstom India [18]
R P Singh 1979 Electrical Engineering CMD of Sutlej Jamuna Vidyut Nigam ltd [19]
Aarthi Subramanian 1989 Computer Science Global Head of Delivery Excellence Group (Executive Director), Tata Consultancy Services [20]
Anand Swaminathan 1982 Mechanical Director, Associate Dean and Goizueta Chair, Emory University's Goizueta Business School [21]
Mohan Tanniru 1969 Electrical Engineering Dean of School of Business Administration, Oakland University, Rochester [22]
Srinidhi Varadarajan 1994 ECE Architect of the world's fastest and cheapest supercomputer, System X; Director of Terascale Computing facility at Virginia Tech; named in MIT Technology Review TR 100 Top 100 innovators under age of 35 [23][24]
Madan Jampani 2001 Computer Science Co-Inventor of Amazon DynamoDB [25]
Santosh Gannavarapu 2000 Computer Science Co Founder, Sokrati [26]
Sachin Verma 1998 Computer Science Founder & CEO, Incture Technologies
Ramajogayya Sastry 1992 Computer Science Indian film lyricist, known for his works in Telugu Cinema, winner of Filmfare award
Madhura Sreedhar Reddy - - Director and Producer, Owner of Madhura Audio which is the second largest in Telugu Film Industry, Received Best Debut Director award for Sneha Geetham
Biswanath Rath 2007 Mechanical Film director, Founder of BnR Films LLP [27][28][29]
Anurag Upadhyay 2008 Civil Creative Director, Choreographer, Artist, Co-founder of Purplehed Records [30][31][32][33]
Dr. Ramamurthy Kasi Viswanadham 1968 Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Leading Expert on Hard Materials; Inventor or co-inventor on 8 U.S. patents; Established a state-of-the-art heat treat facility in Patancheru, India.


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  30. ^ Khatau, Parth (24 February 2016). "City based band releases inspirational music video, tribute to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam". Afternoon DC. Mumbai. 
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