The Telangana government may soon issue requests changing the name of the Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, in the outcome of the State bifurcation. The names of Suravaram Prathap Reddy and Bammera Pothana are in the retribution for renaming of the college not long after the division of benefits and staff.
Sources from the college looking for obscurity illuminate that the administration is reflecting the two names, with more attention on Suravaram Prathap Reddy, the famous social history specialist, author and father of the CPI’s National General Secretary, Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy. The name of Pothana, a tremendously commended traditional writer from Telangana, has surfaced to match with the soul of Adikavi Nannaya University in Rajahmundry.
The rechristening, on the off chance that it happens, will be the second such for the college since its stronghold in 1985. It was initially named only as Telugu University which was changed to Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University in 1998.
The Vice-Chancellor of the college, E. Siva Reddy, on the other hand, said he was unconscious of the name change suggestions. By and by, division of the college is inevitable, and clarity in this respect may be normal in several months, he said.
“It is so far hazy how the division would be carried out or how the advantages would be conveyed. It might be carried out focused around the topographical area of the separate schools connected with the college,” Dr. Reddy deduced.
The college has 40 sections of land each in two areas of Andhra Pradesh, to be specific Rajahmundry and Srisailam, where the new base camp for A.P. power come up after bifurcation.
The college’s premises lodging School of Classical Dance at Kuchipudi, School of History, Culture and Archeology at Srisailam, and the School of Telugu Literary Studies at Rajahmundry may be assigned to Andhra Pradesh, while the School of Language Development, School of Fine Arts, and School of Social and Other Sciences, which are continuously run at the base camp in Nampally, and the School of Folk and Tribal Lore in Warangal, may be held by Telangana.