THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

The very mention of alumni brings before us the glorious past and distinctiveness of our College - that we are old, large and big. It conjures up vivid memories of yester years the nostalgia and rich heritage and traditions of the past, which shaped our College. Over the years we have crossed several milestones, made significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge and kept pace with the changing times and needs of new generations. We have transitioned from a traditional College and are now surging ahead to become a pace setter in the field of higher education with an international outlook and a global outreach.

Alumni are a part of these processes of continuity & change and tradition & modernity. The College seeks to institutionalize these bonds between alumni and alma mater through the Association into a life long relationship.

Govt. City College has always considered its alumni as a source of strength, support and sustenance in its endeavours of scholarship, innovation and institution building in higher education. The Alumni Association of Govt. City College has been formed in order to fulfill the long felt need for a forum and the cherished desires of its alumni to activate its functioning A committee has been constituted to provide vision, guidance and coordinate the all-round activities of the Alumni Association.

We envisage the Alumni Association as partner in the progress of the College. This Association unfolds before us a series of opportunities to serve this great College and lend our cooperation in full measure in its success and sustenance.

We think of Alumni Association in helping all of us stay connected to our alma mater.

We visualize it in facilitating the fine tradition of give back.

The Association should support the College in pursuit of excellence.

The Association should seek to promote networking among alumni bodies / individuals and provide services to members.

We consider the Alumni Association as vital to the onward march of our College in the new millennium.

We are thinking of initiatives and strategies in fulfillment of the avowed objectives. This calls for strengthening of the Association.

Our focus is on Broad basing the membership Increasing the paid membership Strengthening the resources and organizational framework Increasing the Awareness and impact of the Alumni Association through well planned activities / approaches.

Involving More Alumni and Students (Prospective alumni) in the activities of the Association.

Creating a virtual Alumni Association through web based initiatives.

The College is willing to extend all possible cooperation for the success of this enterprise, which is a link between the past and the present and holds connectivity to the future. We appeal to all the alumni to enroll in the Association and strengthen the bonds with our alma mater. There are different categories of membership for participation in the Association.

The City College has two Alumni Associations. The City College Old Boys’ Association (CCOBA) and City College Alumni Association (CCAA). The present office-bearers of City College Old Boys’ Association are Prof. V.M. Sham Raj (President), Dr Md Azam, Mr Md Karimuddin, Mr Omkar Pershad (Vice Presidents), Mr Shujat Ahmed Khan (General Secretary), Mr S. Naga Bhushanam, Mr Mohd Farooq, Mr Abdul Wahed Khan, Joint Secretaries and Mr Mahmood Khan, Treasurer. The present Office-bearers of City College Alumni Association are Sri V. Srinivas Rao, MD, V.B.C Industries (President), Prof. Bir Bahadur (Vice President), Dr J. Nageswara Rao, Reader in Sanskrit, Govt. City College (Secretary), Sri J. Ram Reddy, Treasurer, Dr G. Jagath Reddy, CEO, Dr G.J.R. Heterocyclics (Joint Secretary), Sri L. Prabhakar Reddy, Advocate, Sri Shujath Ahmed Khan (Secretary, CCOBA), are the members of the Executive Committee.

NAME OF THE PROMINENT ALUMNI AND POSITIONS HELD
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Name

Position held

1
Sri S.B. Chavan Former Chief Minister Maharashtra
Former Union Home Minister
Former Union Defiance Minister
Sri Veerendra Patil Former Chief Minister, Karnataka
Sri Shivaraj Patil Former Lok Sabha Speaker
Dr M. Chenna Reddy Former Chief Minister Andhra Pradesh
Former Governor of Uttar Pradesh
Former Union Cabinet Minister
Sri P. Shiv Shanker Former Union Cabinet Minister
Governor
Sri Maqdoom Mohiuddin Freedom fighter
Writer and well known Communist Party leader
Sri Karanam Ramchander Rao Former Higher Education Minister,
Government of Andhra Pradesh
Sri P. Indra Reddy Former Higher Education Minister,
Government of Andhra Pradesh
Sri Indrasena Reddy BJP Floor leader in A.P. Assembly
10 
Sri B. Pratap Reddy, IAS Former Vice-Chancellor,
A.P. Agriculture University
Former Director of Higher Education
Former Secretary to Government of Andhra Pradesh – Higher Education
11 
Prof. Hashim Ali, IAS Former Vice-Chancellor,
Osmania University
12 
Prof. Jaffer Nizam Former Vice-Chancellor,
Kakatiya University
13 
Dr G. Syam Sunder Vice-Chancellor,
Dr NTR Medical & Health University, A.P.
14 
Sri M.V.S. Prasad, IAS Chairman & Managing Director,
A.P. Infrastructure Corporation
15 
Dr D. Raja Reddy Former Director and Neuro Surgeon,
Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences.
16 
Sri Paruchuri Gopalakrishna Writer,
Chairman, Official Languages Commission & Film Artist.
17 
Sri Mir Zulfiquar Ali Ex-Mayor, Hyderabad
 
18
Sri Mir Akbar Ali Narsi Ex-Mayor, Hyderabad
19 
Nawab Azam Jung Former Vice-Chancellor
20 
Sri Syed Azmatullah IAS (Rtd)
21 
Sri Hasamuddin Ahmed IAS (Rtd)
22 
Dr K.J.N. Murthy Chest Physician
23 
Dr Ved Prakash Mahaveer Hospital, Hyderabad
24 
Dr Narayana Rao Orthopaedician, Hyderabad
25 
Dr Yadagiri Chary Superintendent,
Osmania General Hospital
26 
Prof. A. Prasada Rao Professor of Soil Sciences,
ANGR Agricultural University
27 
Sri L.N. Gupta, IAS Former Secretary to Government of Andhra Pradesh – Higher Education
28 
Dr N. Ram Lal Former Director of Higher Education,
Government of Andhra Pradesh
29 
Sri Sadatullah Hussain Chairman, Minority Commission
30 
Sri R.L. Reddy Retired Director,
Bureau of Indian Standards
31 
Sri M.P. Suri Director, Doordarshan (Rtd)
32 
Syed Badruddin Tanfeeq Secretary,
Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal
33 
Sri Quadri Chief Engineer
34 
Sri Battina Haranath Goud Fish Medicine fame for Anti-asthma
35 
Prof. Bir Bahadur Professor of Botany,
Kakatiya University
36 
Sri Mahender Reddy MLA, Tandur
37 
Sri Abid Ali Khan Founder, Siasath Newspaper
38 
Sri Khan Latif Khan Editor, Munsif
39 
Prof. Mohfooz Ali Siddique Professor of Mathematics (Rtd)

ALUMNI – CITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL LEGENDS

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Name

Position held

1

SIR Mohammed Yousuf Khan

    1. Recipient of Arjuna Award in 1966.
    2. Olympian of 1960, Rome.
    3. All Asian Stars XI at Malaysia -1965.
    4. Merdeka Foot Ball Tournament – 1961, 1963, 1964 and 1965.
    5. Asian Games, Djakarta – 1962, Bangkok – 1966.
    6. Asia Cup – Tel-aliv – 1964.
    7. Pre-Olympics, Kabul 1958, Djakarta 1959, Colombo 1963, Iran 1964.

Sri Mohammed Habib

    1. Recipient of Arjuna Award – 1981.
    2. Captain – 1967.
    3. Represented India in Asia Games in 1970 and 1974.
    4. Represented India in Asian Youth Championship in 1965, 1966 and 1967.
    5. Represented Indian team from 1967 to 1975.

Sri A. Lateef

    1. Represented in Olympics held in Melbourne 1956, Rome 1960.

Sri Shujat Ahmed Khan

    1. Manager of Indian team for Zambian Tour – 1976.
    2. Ex-Secretary, A.P. Football Association.

Sri Mohammed Ghousuddin

    1. Physiotherapist of Indian Team for Bangkok in 1971.
    2. Physiotherapist of Indian Team for Bangkok in 1972.

Sri Mohammed Karimuddin

    1. Manager of the Victorious AP State Team for the Pentagular Tournament in Colombo – 1963.
    2. Manager of Indan Team for the Asian Youth Championship, Seoul, South Korea – 1967.
    3. Manager of Indian Team for the Asian Youth Campionship, Teheran, Iran – 1977.
    4. Ex-Secretary, Ex-Vice President, AP Football Association.
    5. Ex-Vice President and Advisor, AIFF.

Sri Syed lateefuddin (Najam)

    1. Represented India in Srilanka 1973, Bangkok 1974, Merdeka, Malaysia 1975.
    2. Asian youth as Captain – Kuwait 1975, Afghanistan 1975.
    3. Haleem Tournament Indonesia 1976, Zambia 1976.

Sri M.A. Karim

    1. Represented Indian Team in the Asian Youth Championship – Philliphines 1966, Sri Lanka 1967.

Sri Syed Muzzafar Ali

    1. Represented Indian Team in Asian Youth Championship – Kuwait 1975.
10 

Sri Mohammed Jaffer

    1. Represented Indian Team in Asian Youth Championship – Bangkok 1976, Kuwait 1975.
11 

Sri Syed Saser Ali

    1. Represented Indian Team in Asian Youth Champinship – Dacca 1981.
12 

Sri basher Ahmed Khan

    1. Represented Indian Team in Asian Youth Championship – Bangkok 1972.
13 

Sri Gaffar Hussain

    1. Represented Indian Team in Asian youth Championship – Tehran, Iran 1977.
14 

Sri Raj Kumar

    1. Represented Inan Team in Asian Youth Championship – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1985.
15. 

Sri Shak Ali

    1. Played for Mohammaden Sporting and Mohan Bagan Clubs of Calcutta from 1959 to 1965.

GOVT. CITY COLLEGE – BASKETBALL LEGENDS

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Name

Position held

1

Sri Mustafa Kamal Baig

    1. Quadrangular Championship – Ceylon 1965.

Sri Mohammed Shamsuddin

    1. YMCA Team played against Pakistan 1961.
    2. All Star Player.
    3. NIS Coach – SAAP.

Sri Syed Mahmood

    1. YMCA Team played against Pakistan 1961.
    2. All Star Player.

Sri Syed Ali Pasha Quadri

    1. Quadrangular Championship – Ceylon 1965.

Sri M. Khader Abdullah

    1. International Referee.
    2. New Delhi Asian Games – 1982.
    3. ABC at Koulolampur 1986.

Sri M. Yadagiri Rao

    1. Asian Championship – Tokyo 1971.

Sri K. Prabhakar

    1. Asian Championship – Bangkok 1972.

Sri D. Haridas

    1. Basketball Federation of India Referee.

Sri Mohammed Abdul Kareem

    1. All Star Player.
10 

Sri B. Om Praaksh

    1. All Star Player.
11 

Sri M.A. Hafeez

    1. NIS Coach – Jambia Milia University.
12 

Sri Mumtaz-ul-Haq

    1. NIS Coach – Osmania University International Referee.
13 

Sri Abdul Taqui Siddiqui

    1. NIS Coach – SAAP, BFI – Referee.
14 

Sri Amzad Ali

    1. NIS Coach – SAAP.
15 

Sri Syed Ali Pasha Quadri

    1. South Central Railways.
16 

Sri Mohammed Younus

    1. NIS Coach – SAAP, BFI – Referee.
17 

Sri Vasanth Rao

    1. A.P. Police BFI – Referee.
 
18

Sri Raghuveer Kumar

    1. NIS Coach – State Bank of India.
19 

Sri Kaliyuga Chary

    1. NIS Coach – SAAP.
20 

Sri S. Hanumantha Rao

    1. NIS Coach – Central Excise.
21 

Sir J. Rajeshwar Rao

    1. NIS Coach – QQSUDA, BFI Referee.

GOVT. CITY COLLEGE – CRICKET LEGENDS


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No

Name

Position held

1. 

Sri Arshad Ayub

    1. Indian Test Cricketer.
2. 

Sri Ayub Khan

    1. Played Ranji for Railways Left-arm Fast Bowler.

GOVERNMENT CITY COLLEGE – KABBADI LEGENDS

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No

Name

Position held

1. 

Sri Omkar Prasad

    1. Member – Asian Games at Bangkok.
2. 

Sri Kishan Rao

    1. Asian Games at China – Technical member.