Philanthropist, Educationist, Visionary….. are some of the attributes which have been associated with Chairman K. Subba Rao. He was born in an agricultural family in 1972 at Vinjanampadu village and has come up in life through hard work, dedication and total commitment. He had his primary schooling at Vinjanampadu and Secondary Schooling at Ananthavarapadu village. He did his intermediate course at Hindu college and graduated from JKC College, Guntur. Later he completed his Post Graduation in Mathematics from Bhavnagar University, Gujarat.
At a very young age, he proved himself as an excellent academician. The establishment of this college has fulfilled his long cherished dream of starting an Engineering College to serve the student community by offering technical education in both conventional and hi-tech disciplines of engineering with all the state-of-art facilities. His main objective is to promote an educational institution for the overall benefit of the country in general, and the state in particular. "A person who dares to dream big and commands the ability to realize it". Mr. SubbaRao started his professional career as a Lecturer in Mathematics. He worked at JKC College for six years. Later he worked for GSR Educational Institutions in his capacity as Executive Director, he proved himself as a man of a versatile personality with inexhaustible funds of creative ideas and undeterred perseverance. In the year 2007 he founded GSR & KKR Educational Society and established KKR & KSR Institute of Technology and Sciences in 2008 with a vision to bring out the rural talent to the forefront. He followed the foot steps of his Guru, Sri.C. Subba Rao, The former Chairman, Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education, inducing innovative administrative practices, introducing modern teaching methodologies and providing International standards of infrastructure. KITS will remain as one of the best engineering colleges in India wherein he continues to put his maximum effort and avid interest in its continual development. Growth of which the prime beneficiaries will be the students.