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Some of the well known Reddy's Professors / Academics

Cattamanchi Ramalinga Reddy
Cattamanchi Ramalinga ReddyCattamanchi Ramalinga Reddy (December 10, 1880 - February 24, 1951) also popularly known as Sir C.R. Reddy was an educationist and political thinker, essayist and economist, and poet and literary critic. He wrote his works in Telugu and English, which reveal his deep love and learning of classics as well as modernity of his outlook.

Reddy was the foremost educationalist who played a major role in shaping the educational policy in India. He was also the recipient of Knighthood by the British crown in honor of his service to the country.

He was the founder of Andhra University and also served as its Vice-Chancellor from 1926 to 1931 and in a further second term from 1936 to 1949.

 Reddy was born in Cattamanchi, a suburb of Chittoor. He was the second son of Subramania Reddy who had built up a lucrative legal practice as a pleader in Chittoor and was known for his high sense of principles and right conduct. Reddy completed his high school education in PCR High School in Chittoor with distinction in 1896 and joined the prestigious Madras Christian College in 1897. Rev Dr Miller was the principal of the college and Dr Skinner was the professor of Philosophy there. Professor Kellet took English classes. All of them were greatly impressed by Reddy's performance as a student and noted the qualities of his sharp and incisive mind. Even while in college, he was noted for his Telugu scholarship. He got a prize for writing a story in Telugu verse, called 'Musalamma Maranamu'. It had some unique features and was viewed as an avant-garde effort in the field of Telugu poetry, quite different from the traditional prabhanda style.

In 1901, he graduated with distinction in philosophy and history securing several University prizes. Soon thereafter, he won a Government of India scholarship to study in University of Cambridge in England. He joined St Johns College at Cambridge in 1902, the college where the great English poet William Wordsworth had studied. His career at St Johns College, Cambridge, was no less distinguished than it had been at Madras Christian College. Apart from being a brilliant student, he made his mark as an outstanding speaker and debater. He was elected Secretary of the Liberal Club and later Vice President of the Union Society. He was the first Indian student to be chosen for that office in the Union Society. When he was the Vice President of the Union Society, John Maynard Keynes (destined to be a world-famous economist later) was the Secretary of the Union Society. On 31 October, 1905, Reddy invited Gopal Krishna Gokhale to address the Union Society. When Gokhale met John Maynard Keynes, he instantaneously recognised the genius of Keynes and commented that: 'You are eminently fitted to be a Finance Member in the Viceroy's Executive Council in India'.

Even as a student in Cambridge, Reddy campaigned on behalf of the Liberal Party in the Parliamentary Elections held in 1906 which swept the Liberal Party into power that year. Many British politicians admired Reddy's gifts of intellect and eloquence and predicted a great future for him.

Professor JN Reddy

Junuthula N. Reddy Junuthula N. Reddy (born August 12, 1945) is a Distinguished Professor and holder of the Oscar S. Wyatt Endowed Chair in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA. He is one of the researchers responsible for the development of the Finite Element Method (FEM). He is an authoritative figure in the broad area of mechanics. He has made significant contributions in the areas of finite element method, plate theory, solid mechanics, variational methods, mechanics of composites, functionally graded materials, fracture mechanics, biomechanics, fluid mechanics, and applied functional analysis. Reddy has over 350 journal papers, 14 books, and has given numerous national and international talks. Many of his (former) Ph.D. and postdoctoral students are currently faculty members in reputed universities throughout the world. He has been listed as an ISI Highly Cited Author in Engineering by the ISI Web of Knowledge, Thomson Scientific Company. He has won many awards for his research accomplishments.

In addition to being a world class researcher, he is also considered as a phenomenal educator. He has won many teaching awards, and his books are widely used as textbooks in many courses at various universities across the world. His books are known for explaining very difficult theories in lucid manner.

Yogi Vemana (Real Name: Gona Vema Buddha Reddy) - Great telugu Poet and one of 33 UNESCO recognized greatest poets in the world.

Suravaram Pratap Reddy - Writer and author of social history of Andhras.

Malla Reddy Gajjela - A prominent CPI leader and writer

Dr C.Narayana Reddy - Poet, Gynapith Award Winner and Lyric Writer

Dr V.Malkonda Reddy - Poet and Eminent Writer, First principal of CBIT

Dr. J. Bapu Reddy - Poet & writer in Telugu and English, Indian Administrative Service(Retd)

Tikkavarapu Pattabhirami Reddy (Pathabhi)- A Well know Poet, Firt Kannada Movie producer. His Kannada film Samsara won National award and a trendsetter in south Indian cinema. 

Krishna R. Reddy

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Ph.D., Civil Engineering (1990)
Illinois Institute of Technology
M.S., Civil Engineering (1985)
Indian Institute of Technology-Roorkee, India
B.S., Civil Engineering (1983)
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India
Professional Civil Engineer,
State of Illinois

P.Krishna Reddy, Ph.D, Professor
International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)

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