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The Magazine "ELECTRITIEZ-12",released
by Electrical& Electronics Engineering department to extract the innovative thoughts. We thrilled to announce that this magazine will be undergoing a major ‘upgrade’ in the next issue. To celebrate we’ve developed a new cover design. We will continue to bring you technical articles focuinterspersed with marvelous development and opinion pieces. Our history is important and we value what we’ve built up. This illustrations. This magazine will hopefully inspire and motivate you to have a stronger belief in your dreams and goals and to go for them with an undying commitment. periodical publication also contains

motivating thoughts, stimulating technical articles and

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President’s Talk:
The administrative teams are happy to congratulate the students of EEE for their enthusiasm towards their magazine "ELECTRITIEZ-12". Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the nation. Critical-thinking and critical-literacy skills are the tools students need to develop into active, responsible participants in the global community. I believe this magazine will help you in pursuing your goals in a more effective and meaningful way for success.... M. Sheshagiri Rao, President of Bapatla educational society.

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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE:

I wish to emphasize
on certain values for students of today. Self-discipline is the only very first value which can help a student to develop a disciplined mind that gives a bright future for every student. Next, time planning is rudimental to success. Time which is limited in supply is always in demand. A self-disciplined student manages time very well by way of proper time planning to achieve his or her goal. Last but not the least is the selfdiscipline which gives healthy body and mind and keeps a student always away from feelings of hatred and egoism. I call upon the students to scrupulously adopt and follow these values for betterment of their future. Electrical students done a very excellent job today. This magazine ELECTRITIEZ shows their planning, self-discipline and enthusiasm towards the work. I heartly congratulated my dear students....
Dr. K. SRINIVASU,

Principal of Bapatla engineering college.

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WORDS FROM THE HOD:

It gives me immense pleasure to
present that our Department issue of the magazine "ELECTRITIEZ-12". This magazine ELECTRITIEZ the innate creativity and talents of the students and staff of our department. Ideal teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross, then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own. Students after completion should maintain continuous interaction with the institution. I wish all the students in their endeavor field. I congratulate all the staff members and students of EEE, who have involved in the evolution of the magazine.

Dr. M. Balakrishna,
Head of the department, EEE.

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EXECUTIVE BODY OF EEE ASSOCIATION

Patron Dr.K.Srinivasu - Principal

President

Staff Advisor Mr. B.Shanker - Lecturer

Dr.M.Balakrishna - Head of the department

Chief Editor Smt.N.Ramadevi - Asst.Proffesor

Technical Editor Mr.N.Karthik - Lecturer

Literary Editor Mr.K.Ramesh - Lecturer

Treasurer Mr.Ch.Sridhar - Lecturer

General Secretary Mr.A.Umasekhar, 4/4 EEE(A)

Organizing Secretary Mr.Ch.Santhan Kumar, M.Tech

Joint Secretary Mr.A.Siva Sarat, 3/4 EEE(A)

Student Editors Technical : Miss. A.M. Tirumala Devi,4/4 EEE(A) Literary : Mr. V. Ravi Teja, 4/4 EEE(B)

Editorial Members

Miss. A.Anusha , 4/4EEE(A)

Mr. A.N.T.Dileep ,4/4 EEE(A)

Miss.R.Harika, 4/4 EEE(B)

Miss.Manjusha Matte, 4/4 EEE(B) Mr. A.K. Chaitanya, 3/4 EEE(A)

Mr.G.Sampath , 3/4 EEE(A)

Miss. A. Susrutha, 3/4 EEE(B)

Mr. V. Pavan Kumar, 3/4 EEE(B)

Mr.A.Satish, 2/4 EEE(A)

Mr. A. Saiteja, 2/4 EEE(A)

Mr.T.Ravi Kishore, 2/4 EEE(B)

Mr.SD.Masthan Vali, 2/4 EEE(B)

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Bapatla Engineering College : Bapatla EEE Department

Teaching Staff List
S.No Name of the Staff Member Dr. M. Bala Krishna Designation Qualification Contact mail ID

1

Professor Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

M.Tech

balakrishnamaddukuri@yahoo.com

2

Smt. N.Rama Devi

M. Tech

Ramadevi_eee@yahoo.com

3

Mr. G.Ravi Kumar

M.Tech

Goli.ravikumar@yahoo.com

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Mr. K.Ramesh Mr. N.Karthik Mr. Ch.Sridhar Mrs. K.Kamala Devi Mr. G.Rajesh Mr. B.Shanker Mr. P.Sampath Kumar Mr. Ch.Hari Prasad Mr. T.Ramesh Kumar Mr. J.Pardhasaradhi

M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech

Ramesh_nandur@yahoo.co.in Karthik_21199@yahoo.co.in sridharbec@gmail.com Kamaladevi_electrical@yahoo.co.in rajeshgarikapati@gmail.com shankernitw@gmail.com Sampath227@gmail.com Hariprasad_773@yahoo.com rameshparota@gmail.com pardhu_y4@yahoo.com

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Mr. J.Vidyadhara Rao Mr. G.Anil Kumar Mr. N.Bala Krishna Mr. B.Vijaya Krishna Mr. J.Ravindra Mr. K.Rajendra Mr. B.Ramesh Mr. M. Durga Prasad Mr. B. Suresh Babu Mr. S.Harish Mr. A. Ananda Kumar Mr. P.Raju Mr. L.Venkatesh Mr. A. L. K. Reddy Mr. Kalesha Vali Mr. P. Subhanikhan Mr. Santhan Kumar Mr. Bala Sai Babu Ms. S. Prasanthi

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech (M. Tech) M.Tech B.Tech B.Tech B.Tech B. Tech (M. Tech) (M. Tech) (M. Tech)

vidyaee485@gmail.com anil.smile6@gmail.com nallamothu.balakrishna@gmail.com bvijayakrishna85@gmail.com ravindrajanga@gmail.com, k.rajendra.eee@gmail.com Ramesh.237@gmail.com mdprasadrao@gmail.com battulasrsbabu@gmail.com harishld23@gmail.com annavarapuanandkumar@gmail.com raju_eee234@yahoo.co.in venkatesh.lagadapati@gmail.com Annapureddy.1@gmail.com kalesha.vahab@gmail.com subhani.khan.786@gmail.com santhankumar238@gmail.com saibabu.dec31@gmail.com prasanti_sathuluri@yahoo.com

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Non-Teaching Staff
S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name of the faculty Mr. Y.Veeraiah Chowdary Mr. K.V.Sekhara Rao Mr. Y.Bhaskar Rao Mr. D.Manoranjan Mr. D.Sarath Chandra Babu Mr. k. vamsi Designation Jr. Asst. Lab.Tech. Helper Attender Helper Lab.Tech. Sarathchandra77@gmail.com Contact email ID vcyarra@yahoo.com kvsraokamma@yahoo.co.in bhaskararaoyenumula@gmail.com

Gate toppers in 2011

S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Regd.No Y8EE452 Y8EE421 Y8EE449 Y8EE406 Y8EE415 Y8EE414 Y8EE456 Y8EE469

Name Of The Student Rajasekhar Karumuri Rohith Chekuri Srikanth Kancharla Menaka Tirumala Devi Ande Durgaprasad Binginapalli Sai Venkata NagaKishore Bingi Silvia Sharon Kola Santhosh Kumar Mantrapudi

Gate Rank 3400 3800 5100 5568 6300 8400 9000 10107

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Campus khaleja
S.No Regd.No Name Of The Student Company Ph.No

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Y8EE406 Y8EE525 Y8EE407 Y8EE446 Y8EE447 L9EE405 Y8EE516 Y8EE449 Y8EE480 L9EE413 Y8EE409 L9EE414 Y8EE442 Y8EE521 Y8EE404 Y8EE499 Y8EE424 Y8EE417 L9EE411 Y8EE498 Y8EE519 Y8EE505 Y8EE490 Y8EE440 Y8EE414 Y8EE469 Y8EE416 Y8EE476 Y8EE403 Y8EE423

Menaka Tirumaladevi Ande Geethika Yedla Umasekhar Angara Pradeepthi Kalapala Dhanalakshmi Kaluva Kagitha Dharmendra Himabindu Vadlamudi Srikanth Kancharla Madhurya Nerella Mahaboob Shaik Ayyalasomayajula Deepthi Kondababu Surakasula Durgaprasad Inampudi Nagaraju Yadavalli Rajesh Alapati Harika Rongala Sagarchakra Chiruvella Prasad Bonagiri Kalyani Pitchika Srikanth Repalle Raviteja Varanasi Nayeem Shaik Aditya Perikala Kotilingeswarrao Gutti Kishore Bingi Santhosh Mantrapudi Jagadeesh Biyyapu Raju Nalluri Naga Tirupati Dileep Alam Maheswari Chamarthi

TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS

9703109774 9951251292 7842764565 9491733703 9866621187 9666549516 9700085191 8885696025 8143823966 9700580346 9491737968 9951965562 8106744401 8977093594 9493853379 9704033003 9440265868 8985312813 9493922485 9032969608 8125699968 9700604081 9951164060 8500613911 9866523241 9492591103 7416727106 8977597939 7207486369 9490281738

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31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

Y8EE473 Y8EE428 Y8EE427 Y8EE430 Y8EE524 Y8EE518 Y8EE523 Y8EE507 Y8EE495 Y8EE470 Y8EE401 Y8EE484 Y8EE439 Y8EE517 Y8EE482 Y8EE502 Y8EE426 Y8EE483 Y8EE410 Y8EE452
Y10MTPS411

Harika Motepalli Priyanka Darivemula Swetha Damarapati Snehitha Devarapu Alekhya Yarramasu Radhalavanya Varanasi Veeranandini Yarra Shamim Shaik Ramya Pulivarthi Manjusha Matte Prudhvi Achanta Ramakrishna Pachipulusu Alekya Gurram Sasanksaitej Vadlamudi Laasyapriya P Saranya Palli Mownika Dama Kalyani Pacharu Alekhya Badugu Rajasekhar Karumuri Sathuluri Prasanthi Durgaprasad Binginapalli Nagendrababu Parella Rohith Chekuri Nagarjuna Eerla

TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS L&T L&T L&T L&T

8019327804 8143664266 9700289202 8019240799 7207389991 7207801458 7893047976 9495705773 9502739352 9963743337 9030235036 9704463210 7416964927 8885759277 9490143913 9491735470 8125586023 9963502029 8977408717 7702613963 9491234237 9440835099 8985055228 9494152470 9493032304

Y8EE415 Y8EE488 Y8EE421 Y8EE432

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PCH Retail Limited # 5th Floor, B.V.Raju Bhavan, Road No.2, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad 500034 9866866293 www.pchretail.com

Vinytics Peripherals Ltd

Pvt

Vashi Electricals Pvt Ltd 165-A, Bijlee Ghar, Cardinal Gracious Road, Chakala, Andheri (E) (22) 29213100 28263990 Mumbai

WB-10, Shakarpur (11) 22462826 New delhi

C A R E E R +

VIDYUT CRANES Suporte Remoto rua 2 de dezembro, 38, Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil +55213904555 www.suporteremoto.com Venus Ltd Eyevision 910 Sec Gurgaon (124) 2341041 Gurgaon 17B

Vanjax Sales Pvt Ltd 343, Sidco Industrial Estate, Ambattur (44) 26254667 26254875 Chennai Tamil Nadu Ushail Sales & Services 90, G.I.D.C, Makarpura (265) 2642146 Vadodra

Master and Associates 197,second floor,lahoti building,Navi Peth,Jalgaon 02576516313

5, Gurukrupa,Purbhai Rajendra Complex, Nashik Road, Opp. Hotel Vasco (253) 2459367

Ventura Lighting & Infratech Ltd Gesco Corporate Center 70 Nehru Place (11) 66619237 New delhi Delhi 26209237

Gujarat

Weltech Electronics E/26-31 , G.I.D.C Industrial Estate Phase II, Dared (288) 2730034 Jamnagar Gujarat

United Engineers Pvt Ltd Plot No:- 22/A, Zone - B, Chandaka Industrial Complex, KIIT Campus (674) 2725509 2725621 Bhubaneswar Orissa

Veer Electricals Wavetek Electronics 21,MilapSociety,OffDinanath Mangeshkar,Hospital Road,Erandwane, (20) 25453955 Pune 104/9A, Govindappa Naicken Street, Golden Touch Complex, George Town India (44) 25369401 ,Tamilnadu

Theta Controls Ltd 1 Electronic Estate, Satara Road (20) 24222554 24222557 Pune Maharashtra 24222556

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Uniline Energy Systems P Ltd Uniline House,198/25 Ramesh Mkt, East Of Kailash (11) 26423270 26469113 New delhi Delhi

Techser Power Solutions Pvt Ltd (80) 23326606 23321583 23520408

Tecnology Product 114,Udyog Vihar, Phase-IV, PO Maruti (124) 2340601 2340963 Gurgaon Haryana

Bengaluru /Bangalore

Trinitron Control System Ltd A 42 Sector 8 (120) 2580169 2580168 2424214 2424097 2580802 9811054543 Noida Uttar Pradesh Technospark Industries Pvt Ltd (80) 23336833 Bengaluru /Bangalore Karnataka

C A R E E R +

Uma Powertronics Pvt Ltd plot no 10, B/H Yamuna bajaj, Rajkot highway, GIDC, Hapa (288) 2571624 2571524 Jamnagar Gujarat

Transtron Electricals Pvt Ltd U L Electrodevices Pvt Ltd Nirman Classic, III Floor, Katraj-Kondwa Road, Katraj (20) 26960040 Pune Maharashtra The Motwanemanufacturing CompanyPvt Ltd Gyan Baug (253) 2463752/3 Nasik Maharashtra A-1 Partapur Estate Industrial

Suvik Electronics Pvt Ltd Plot No. 102/A G.I.D.C. Engineering Estate, Sector 28 (79) 23212001 23212002 Gandhinagar Gujarat

(121) 2440646 2440647 Meerut Uttar Pradesh

Tyco Palves & Control India Pvt Ltd. R 701 TTC Industrial Area, MIDC Ravala,Navi Mumbai (22) 27607001 Mumbai Maharashtra Deodhar Center, 424, Marol Maroshi Road,Andheri (E), Mumbai Maharashtra TDM Company India Pvt Ltd Amstor House, Technopark (471) 2700655

Ndt House,4 Dr Ambedkar Rd, Nr Sangam Bridge, Pune Gpo (20) 26058060 26058061 710A, VishalBhawan, 95 Nehru Place (11) 26436564 41808010 New delhi Delhi

Tek Tower, Hayes Road. (80) 22275577 22214884 Bengaluru /Bangalore Karnataka

Synchronics Electronics Pvt Ltd 11,Mihir Park Society, Opposite Rajvee Towers, Old Padra Road (265) 2338672 Vadodra

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EEE Association Honour‟s
GROUP DISCUSSION 1 A.SIVA SARATH 3/4EE 2. P.SARANYA 4/4EE 3. I.SREEKANTH 3/4EE

TECHNICAL SEMINAR 1 B.S.K.CHAITANYA 3/4EE 2. D.RAMA CHANDRA RAO 4/4EE 3 .CH.YASODHA 3/4EE

MOCK PRESS 1.I.SRIKANTH 3/4EE 2. B.S.K.CHAITANYA 3/4EE 3. A.K.CHAITANYA 3/4EE

TECHNICAL QUIZ 1. K.SRIKANTH 4/4EE B.TIRUMALA 3/4EE P.HARSHA VARDAN 2/4EE 2. N.RAJU 4/4EE P.NARESH 3/4EE T.SRIKAR 2/4EE

WORD SKETCH 1 A.SINDHUJA 3/4EE K.RAMESH BABU M.MADHU BABU FLOOR CROSSING 1 G.ANKITH ROYAL 3/4EE 2 G.SAITEJA 2/4EE 3 K.BALA SRINATH 3/4EE 2 D.NAVEEN 4/4EE K.SURYATEJA G.BAJI RAJA

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Chess: 2/4 EEE Maneesh Mrudula 3/4 EEE k.Bala srinadh A.Susrutha 4/4 EEE S.chiranjeevi G.Alekhya

Shuttle: 2/4 EEE Ch.Uday kumar G.Sai krishna k.p.Akhila 3/4EEE B.Chenna kesava reddy Ankith royal Kota sai Lakshmi 4/4 EEE Dharmendra Kondaiah Y.Geethika B.H. Deepthi sree

Throw Ball: 3/4 EEE k.Vijaya kumari G.Baby prasanna K.Revathi A.Susrutha K.D. Priyanka G.Praveena Sk.Nemarunissa 2/4 EEE K.P.Akhila B.V.Praveena k.Mrudula B.Triveni P.Dijendra kumara V.Mounika S.S. Sadhika 4/4 EEE A.Anusha Bh.Deepthi sree R.Harika Ch.Maheswari V.Bhargavi P.kalyani P.Ramya Krishna

Tennicoit: 2/4 EEE P.Dijendra kumari P.Sumanjali 3/4 EEE K.Revathi K.Sushmitha 4/4 EEE R.Harika Bh.Deepthi sree

Ball Badminton: 2/4 EEE G.Nagi reddy G.Ravi tejaswara reddy G.Haranath Ch.Uday A.Jyothi swaroop 3/4 EEE B.Prasad B.Tirumala K.Ramesh babu S.V.Suresh M.Naveen gopi 4/4 EEE K.Hari Krishna G.Naidu B.Sai kumar G.Koti lingeswarao D.rama Chandra

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Caroms:[girls] 2/4 EEE Ch.Niharikha B.Sharmitha 3/4 EEE K.D.Priyanka T.N.Chandrisha 4/4 EEE Y.V.Nandini V.R.Lavanya

Caroms:[boys] 2/4 EEE G.Ravitejaswara reddy G.Srirama murthy 3/4 EEE A.Siva sarath S.Apparao 4/4 EEE A.Pruthvi A.Rajesh

Volley Ball: 2/4 EEE G.Nagi reddy G.Ravi tejaswara reddy G.Haranath Ch.Uday kumar E.Anjaneyulu A.Sattesh 3/4 EEE B.Prasad D.Naga raju B.Tirumaleswarao B.Nagarjuna G.Ashok A.K.Chaitanya 4/4 EEE K.Hari krishna G.Naidu B.Sai kumar D.Rama chandra G.Koti lingeswarao I.Durga prasad

Cricket: 2/4 EEE M.Naveen kumar K.Ashok B.Prasanth E.Anjaneyulu D.Mahesh A.Sudheer A.Swaroop D.Chaitanya K.Sai krishna Dheeraj Jagadeesh 3/4 EEE G.Ashok D.Sivaram G.Phanindra B.Nagarjuna Sk. Aarif V.Vishnu T.Poorna Chandra rao D.Naga raju A.Siva sarath M.Prasanth B.sateesh 4/4 EEE Sk.John basha P.Vamsi Krishna S.Chiranjeevi Y.Harish M.Santhosh N.Anjiyah P.Kalyan koundinya Ch.Sagar M.Kattreni Sk.Nayeem P.Nagendra

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Honour‟s of eee students in other college events
NAME
Technical B.s.k.Chaitanya A.K Chaitanya K.Jyothi K.Priyanka V.Divya bharathi Krishna K.Sonali Y9EE410 L10EE522 Y9EE437 Y9EE440 Y9EE495 Vignan college of engineering Vignan college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering Nalanda College of Engineering RVR&JC college of engineering Chirala Engineering College RVR&JC college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering RVR&JC college of engineering Amara College of Engineering Adithya College of Engineering St.Anns College of Engineering St.Anns College of Engineering St.Anns College of Engineering St.Anns College of Engineering Vishnu college of Engineering Vishnu college of Engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering K.L.U K.L.U 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st

Regd no

College

prize

Y9EE415

G.Kotilingeswara Rao

Y8EE440

G.Gowtham Ganesh K.Pavan Kumar G.Alekhya

Y8EE483 Y8EE459 Y8EE439

P.Karthik Sai S.Surya S.Anil Kumar P.Naveen Babu P.Praveena A.Susrutha M.Pavan Kumar P. Murali S.Sri Teja K.Anirudh SK.Mahaboob vali

Y9EE471 Y9EE486 Y10AEE492 Y10AEE480 Y9EE470 L10EE521 Y9EE458 Y10AEE482 Y10AEE499 Y10AEE451 L9EE413

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Sports
M.Bhavani M.Raviteja Y.Geethika Y9EE457 Y8EE465 Y8EE525 ANU ANU KLU Chirala District level Competition ANU 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd

S.Chiranjeevi Cultural K.Bala Srinadh

Y8EE500

Y9EE436

Vignan college of Engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering Adithya College of engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering RVR&JC College of Engineering RVR&JC College of Engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering VR Siddardha college of Engineering RVR&JC College of Engineering

3rd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st

CH.sravani

Y9EE415

G.Sampath Bhardwaj

Y9EE424

M.Pavan kumar

Y9EE458

M.Keerthana Y10AEE463 Y.Harshitha

Y10AEE518

CH.Uday kumar

Y10AEE425

1st

S.P.L.G Sowjanya Y9EE479 S.Chiranjeevi G.Gowtham Ganesh K.Prasanna Kumar Y8EE500 Y8EE483 L9EE406 Adithya College engineering Adithya College engineering Adithya College engineering Adithya College engineering of of of of

2nd 1st 1st 1st

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Name of the student
LALITHA.NAGANABOINA BHARGAVI.VISSARAPU SANGHAMITRA.ADAPA GAYATHRI.ANDE MENAKA TIRUMALA DEVI.ANDE ANUSHA.APPIKATLA DEEPTHI.AYYALASOMAYAJULA ALEKHYA.BADUGU MAHESWARI.CHAMARTHI MOWNIKA.DAMA SWETHA.DAMARAPATI PRIYANKA.DARIVEMULA SNEHITHA.DEVARAPU ALEKYA.GURRAM SRI LAKSHMI.JAGANNADAM VENKATA RAMANA.JANGA PRADEEPTHI.KALAPALA DHANA LAKSHMIKALUVA SILVIA SHARON.KOLA LAKSHMI ANASUYA.KONDAVEETY ANITHA.KUNAPAREDDY SAMBASIVARAO.DHULIPUDI RAMACHANDRARAO.DOGGA RAMESH BABU.GUNTURU DHARMENDRA.KAGITHA PRASANNA KUMAR.KODURI KONDAIAH.MARTURI ANJANEYULU.PULAGURA MAHABOOB VALI.SHAIK RAJESWARA RAO.TUMMA PRUDHVI.ACHANTA NAGA TIRUPATHI DILEEP.ALAM RAJESH.ALAPATI UMA SEKHAR.ANGARA CHAITANYA KUMAR.BHOGI SAI VENKATA NAGA KISHORE.BINGI JAGADEESH.BIYYAPU PRASAD.BONAGIRI PRAVEEN KUMAR.BONTHAGORLA SAI KUMAR.BUDDI ROHITH.CHEKURI

E-mail
nanganaboinalalitha@gmail.com bhargavi.narayanarao@gmail.com sanghamitraeee@gmail.com gayathri.ande@gmail.com menakadevi.92@gmail.com anushaappikatla@gmail.com ayyalasomayajuladeepthi@gmail.com alekhya.badugu2@gmail.com maheevarma07@gmail.com mounika6662@gmail.com swetha0816@gmail.com priyanka.daarivemula@gmail.com devarapusnehitha09@gmail.com alki17@gmail.com srijagannadam@gmail.com venkataramanajanga232@gmail.com pradeepthi1810@gmail.com lakshmi.dhana741@gmail.com silvia.kola@gmail.com anasuya.kondaveety@gmail.com anitha.bec@gmail.com eeesyamsamba@gmail.com doggaram@gmail.com ramesheee404@gmail.com indra018@gmail.com prasanna.koduri143@gmail.com kondazyx@gmail.com anjiiforu@gmail.com mahaboobvali.sk@gmail.com rajeswararaotumma@gmail.com achantabannueee@gamil.com dileepalam@gmail.com alapati.arajesh@gmail.com umasekhar.angara@gmail.com chaitanyakumar.bhogi@gmail.com kishore9860@gmail.com biyyapu.jagadeesh416@gmail.com prasad.bonagiri12@gmail.com bon.praveen@gmail.com suryasai.420@gmail.com chekuri.rohith2009@gmail.com

Date of birth
09-06-1991 15-04-1990 26-08-1991 25-08-1991 02-07-1991 29-01-1991 06-12-1990 15-06-1991 24-02-1991 15-07-1991 22-06-1991 04-07-1991 07-05-1991 21-02-1991 25-08-1991 14-03-1991 18-10-1991 26-07-1991 13/08/1991 31/07/1991 05-01-1991 30/9/1988 23/6/1990 07-04-1989 25/5/1991 05-05-1991 13/08/1991 05-10-1987 29/09/1990 06-01-1980 31/08/1991 07-07-1990 18-08-1991 17-04-1991 21-05-1991 14-02-1990 18-04-1991 06-01-1991 18/02/1991 30/06/1991 16/07/1991

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Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.

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THE DAWN SPACE PROBE

electric rocket called an ion trusted, nears the asteroid Vestal in this artist's conception. Vestal is its initial survey target; the asteroid Ceres, its second destination, floats in the far distance in the image (bright spot at upper right). A conventional chemical rocket engine would be able to carry enough fuel to reach only one of these asteroids. In Brief

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Conventional rockets generate thrust by burning chemical fuel. Electric rockets propel space vehicles by applying electric or electromagnetic fields to clouds of charged particles, or plasmas, to accelerate them. Although electric rockets offer much lower thrust levels than their chemical cousins, they can eventually enable spacecraft to reach greater speeds for the same amount of propellant. Electric rockets‟ high-speed capabilities and their efficient use of propellant make them valuable for deep-space missions. Electric rockets for deep space exploration

Alone amid the cosmic blackness, NASA's Dawn space probe speeds beyond the orbit of Mars toward the asteroid belt. Launched to search for insights into the birth of the solar system, the robotic Spacecraft is on its way to study the asteroids Vesta and Ceres, two of the largest remnants of the planetary planets. But the goals of the mission are not all that make this flight notable. Dawn, which took off in September 2007, is powered by a kind of space propulsion technology that is starting to take centre stage for long-distance missions a plasma rocket engine. Such engines, now being developed in several advanced forms, generate thrust by electrically producing and manipulating ionized gas propellants rather than by burning liquid or solid chemical fuels, as conventional rockets do. T. Vamsee Krishna (¾ EEE-B)

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Wireless Charging of Mobile Phones Using Microwaves

Mobile phones being a basic part of life and the recharging of batteries are
always a problem. This paper is new proposal made so as to make the recharging of the mobile phones is done automatically as you talk in your mobile phone. This is done by use of microwaves. Microwave wavelengths range from approximately one millimeter to thirty centimeters. Microwaves are good for transmitting information from one place to another because microwave energy can penetrate haze, light rain and snow, clouds, and smoke. Microwave radiation is still associated with energy levels that are usually considered harmless. The basic addition to the mobile phone is going to be the rectenna. A retina is a rectifying antenna, a special type of antenna that is used to directly convert microwave energy into DC electricity. The diode rectifies the current induced in the antenna by the microwaves. In laboratory environments, efficiencies above 90% have been observed with regularity. Antennas can be of any shape such a way to maximize the microwave absorption in order to convert it back to electricity. The sensor circuitry is a simple circuit, which detects the mobile phone service provider signal. This simple F to V converter, this would serve our purpose. On the reception of the signal the sensor circuitry directs the rectenna circuit to ON and the mobile phone begins to charge using the microwave power as long as the user talks over cell phone. Thus this method provides great advantage to the mobile phone users to carry their phones anywhere even if the place is devoid of facilities for charging .
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Generation of electricity by speed breakers

This is the new method of electricity generation. This is
about GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY with the SPEED BREAKERS. Generally when vehicle is in motion it produces various forms of energy like, due to friction between vehicle‟s wheel and road i.e. rough surface HEAT Energy is produced. When vehicle travelling at high speed strikes the wind then also heat energy is produced which is always lost in environment and of which we can‟t make use of….OR directly we can say that all this energy that we can‟t make use of is just the WASTAGE OF ENERGY that is abundantly available

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around us. In this mechanism to generate power by converting the potential energy generated by a vehicle going up on a speed breaker into kinetic energy. The output of this shaft is coupled to a dynamo to convert kinetic energy into electricity. A vehicle weighing 1,000 kg going up a height of 10 cm on such a rumble strip produces approximately 0.98 kilowatt power. They could actually light up small villages off the highway.

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HEEL GENERATOR

A new kind of small generator which consists of two permanent magnetic
plates and two coils is proposed. The two magnetic plates face each other and the coils are arranged between them. Since this generator is so small to be embedded inside the heel of a shoe, it is named "heel generator". So, here Non-conventional energy using foot step is converting mechanical energy into the electrical energy. Two magnetic plates are pressed and separated every step while a man walks. Then, the number of flux linking through the coils changes and the emf is induced in them. During a man is walking, this generator develops the electric power which is useful to charge a battery. In this paper, we present the principle, the structure and the basic characteristics of heel generator. Recently, the portable electronic equipment’s like the telephones and the computers have been widely used. Dumping their waste batteries causes severe environmental problems. We propose a new kind of small generator which can be embedded inside the heel of a shoe. As an application of this generator, it develops the useful electric power to warm a foot while a man walks Rayani.Sreenu (3/4EEE-B) Amrutha raj (3/4EEE-B)

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NEW REVOLUTIONARY ENERGY SOURCE

Who discovered electricity??
While many believe Benjamin Franklin to be the father of electricity, current findings seem to show otherwise in 1752 Franklin is said to have performed the famous experiment of flying a kite during a thunderstorm seem to show, which led to the discovery that lightning and electricity were somehow related. In 1800, Italian-born physicist Alessandro Volta constructed the voltaic pile, the first device to produce a steady electric current. Volta discovered that certain chemical reactions could produce electricity. Volta also created the first transmission of electricity by linking positively-charged and negativelycharged connectors and driving an electrical charge, or voltage, through them. Being more energy efficient is the way of the future. PERSONAL HOME POWER PLANT: (WHAT
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Bloom box is a new fuel cell that can power homes using less energy. The inventor is K. R. Sridhar, CEO of Bloom Energy, has invented a miniature backyard power plant that could generate enough power for your home without any connection to the local electric grid. He envisions his tiny Bloom Energy sees a great market for this kind of independent and future supplanted energy source to replace costly big power plants and grid transmission. The whole design is eco- friendly and a nice alternative. No precious metals used, the Bloom Energy fuel cell incorporates flat wafer technology, and easily fabricated without the need of a clean room. Bloom Energy plans to lower the cost and reduce its size of the Box thus enabling all people to have one in their own basement. Vishnu (3/4EEE-B) T.Purna (3/4EEE-B)

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Opto electric nuclear battery

An Opto-electric nuclear battery is a device that converts nuclear energy into light, which it then uses to
generate electrical energy. A beta-emitter such as technetium-99 or strontium-90 is suspended in a gas or liquid containing luminescent gas molecules of the excimer type, constituting “dust plasma." This permits a nearly lossless emission of beta electrons from the emitting dust particles. The electrons then excite the gases whose excimer line is selected for the conversion of the radioactivity into a surrounding photovoltaic layer such that a lightweight, low-pressure, high-efficiency battery can be realized. These nuclides are relatively low-cost radioactive waste from nuclear power reactors. The diameter of the dust particles is so small (a few micrometers) that the electrons from the beta decay leave the dust particles nearly without loss. The surrounding weakly ionized plasma consists of gases or gas mixtures (such as krypton, argon, and xenon) with excimer lines such that a considerable amount of the energy of the beta electrons is converted into this light. The surrounding walls contain photovoltaic layers with wide forbidden zones as e.g. diamond which converts the optical energy generated from the radiation into electrical energy. The battery would consist of an excimer of argon, xenon, or krypton (or a mixture of two or three of them) in a pressure vessel with an internal mirrored surface, finely-ground radioisotope, and an intermittent ultrasonic stirrer, illuminating a photocell with a band gap tuned for the excimer. When the beta active nuclides (e.g., krypton-85 or argon-39) emit beta particles, they excite their own electrons in the narrow excimer band at a minimum of thermal losses that this radiation is converted in a high band gap photovoltaic layer (e.g. in p-n diamond) very efficiently into electricity. The electric power per weight compared with existing radionuclide batteries can then be increased by a factor 10 to 50 and more. If the pressure-vessel is carbon fiber /epoxy the weight-to-power ratio is said to be comparable to an air-breathing engine with fuel tanks. The advantage of this design is that precision electrode assemblies are not needed, and most beta particles escape the finely-divided bulk material to contribute to the battery's net power.

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Power formers

At present, a new concept of rotating machines enables direct connection of synchronous
generators to the transmission network without any intervening step-up transformer. Such synchronous machines are called Power formers. Power former revolutionizes the age-old power generation technology and makes a quantum leap in electrical engineering. Some of the advantages of a Power former energy system are primarily due to elimination of step-up transformer. Losses in a step-up transformer and medium voltage us-work are completely avoided. It also results in reduction of the number of components, thus achieving lower maintenance costs, a more compact plant design & greater plant reliability & availability. Problems of partial discharge and a humid environment are no longer an issue with Power former. Direct connection of generator to grid results in lower fault currents in the event of short circuits between the phases as compared to a conventional generator due to the increased voltage level. Power former has significantly less environmental impact than conventional generating units. The higher efficiency of Power former allows higher power generation using the same amount of fuel or the same amount of electrical energy using less fuel reducing the total emission for power generation. Power former contains fewer hazardous substances. For example, no epoxy is used unlike a conventional generator that employs it in the impregnated stator coils.
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SOLAR POWER TECHNOLOGY WITH PAINT

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automobiles with paint. In fact anything that has exposure to sunlight could be painted for power fences, walls, rooftops even smart phones. The secret is a paint-on, Quantum-dot solar cell technology developed by Ted Sargent, a research chair in Nano-technology at the University of Toronto. The paint is loaded with quantum dots that are extremely small, measuring only a few Nano meters in diameter. These tiny dots can convert sunlight into electricity just like conventional solar cells but unlike traditional solar cells. The solar power cost of quantum dots is a lot cheaper. A square meter of solar paint is about $15 versus $1000 for a comparable solar panel. Solar cells are expensive to manufacture because silicon crystals are grown in high heat furnaces, cooled, then cut into thin wafers in sterile environments. The problem is that our technologies remain relatively inefficient in capturing, converting and storing all these free sunshine. But Sargent believes that the low cost of solar paint will accelerate the use of solar energy. The combination of close packing and charge trap elimination enabled electrons to move rapidly and smoothly through the solar cells, thus providing record efficiently. Covering 150,000 square kilometers of surfaces with solar paint, in theory, would supply the energy requirements for the entire planet.

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CHARGING CELL PHONE BY TALKING

In the future, you could charge your cell phone just by chatting. Researchers at South Korea's Sungkyunkwan University have developed a new technology that converts sound waves into electrical energy, with the sound-harvesting tech, batteries could be charged by everything from the human voice and music to the sound of highway traffic. The sound that always exists in our everyday life and environments has been overlooked as a source. This motivated to realize power generation by turning sound energy from speech, music or noise into electrical power. Currently, the researchers have created a prototype that converts sounds around 100 decibels (think: noisy traffic) to 50 millivolts of electricity. Here's how it works: a pad absorbs sound waves and causes zinc oxide wires mounted between electrodes to compress and release, creating an electrical current that can be used to charge a battery. Fifty mill volts aren’t enough to charge a mobile phone, but the technology could be improved by using different materials. Fortunately, the current prototypes create enough energy to be usable in small, low-power sensors and implantable devices.

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1 Another name for gas relay or sudden pressure relay. (8) 2 A measure of total opposition to current (9) 4 An electrical concept associated with putting metals close to energized lines (9) 5 What loads are said to be if they can be disconnected during short periods of system disturbances (9) 6 A mechanical switching device to connect bus bars of two sections (13) 11 The period during which a generating unit is out of service (6)

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13 Used where the motor switching device is a contactor to provide short circuit protection (4) 14 The rate at which energy is transferred (5) 15 The range of frequencies that a signal contains or circuit can handle (8) 17 Has a function opposite to that of a generator (5) 18 Convert ac to dc power (7) 19 A volumetric unit of measure of crude and petroleum products (6) 20 The Electrical genius best known for inventing alternating current (5) 21 Sinusoidal Voltages or currents having frequencies that are whole multiples of the power frequency at which the supply system is designed to operate (9)

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3 He is associated with the discovery of radio (7) 6 Physiologically dangerous current (5) 7 A device designated to restart motors (3) 8 A type of equipment that is associated distribution of energy (11) 9 Designation for a type of transformer cooling (4) 10 Any substance that can be burnt to produce heat (4) 12 The layout of an electrical distribution network (4) 16 Measure of inductance (5)

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10 IMPORTANT POINTS TO MAINTAIN FRIENDSHIP
1. Focus on what you can give to a friend, not what you can get out of a friend. 2 Encourage your friend 3. be willing to forgive and don’t let hurt turn on grudge. 4. Tactfully point out their mistakes and never walk away from your friendship when you see some of your friend’s faults. 5. be reliable i.e., maintain stability on the promises given to a friend. 6. Don’t try to control your friends. 7. Be there for the good and the bad times. 8. Learn to accept personality differences in your friends. 9. Don’t be a blabbermouth i.e., learn and be willing to keep each other secrets. 10. Don’t let arguments destroy your friendship. A.Susrutha (3/4 EEE-B)
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A BEAUTIFUL DAY

The sun rises with great glow
Waterfalls with full flow, Small bud takes its birth For only one day it is worth, The fog falls as drops on the leaves By seeing this one will forget all his grieves, The farmer with full joy fields Singing beautiful songs they fulfill their deeds, Every busy man in the world wokes up As the brightness of sun brokes up, Everyone gets into their own business Without a second gap, they are full of busyness, Everyone except student and engineer takes rest While both of them lives to do their best, And again the day begins When the voice of cock rings......... L I T E R A L

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A Perfect Mother

Since the moment I entered this world, you have cared for me like no
other. There is only one word to describe you that is in every way a perfect Mother. In the years you have watched me grow, So many memories we can now replay. You've been there to love and protect me, from my birth to this very day. When there's a cloud covering my path, or a problem I am about to face. You'll be the one wipe away my tears, and put everything back in its place. Your warm touch is one of a kind, so gentle to send me to sleep. Your voice is one of an angel, a beauty only you deserve to keep. The way you always make me smile, And the way you play with my hair. When I need to talk, you'll put me first, so I know how much you care. The sun in you're heart will continue, to shine in the future in all you do. The most special person in my life by far, I‟m happy to say is you! ! ! L I T E R A L

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How realistic is the world in 2012?

Mayan calendar which covers the time span of more
than 5000 years ends on December 21st 2012. This day will mean the end of the 13th bak'tun, last period of around 400 years in Mayan calendar. The doomsday stories seem to be closely connected with the year 2012, especially since the ancient, While there is a certainly truth that the Mayan civilization knew whole lot of things about astronomy there's no evidence whatsoever, that the December 21st 2012 means the end of the world, it only means the end of Mayan calendar and nothing else. The most popular doomsday theory connected with Mayan calendar is the one about the infamous planet Nibiru that was supposedly discovered by the ancient Sumerians. Under this theory the planet Nibiru should collide with Earth in 2012, and even if it doesn't hit our planet its passage through our Solar system would cause fatal damage to our planet. This astronomical disaster was first announced for 2003, and after that it was postponed to December 2012 in order to match with Mayan calendar. The NASA scientists have announced several times that if such planet would actually be on course to collide with earth they would be able to monitor it for at least couple of Decades and today we could be even able to see this planet with naked eyes. The increased solar activity is also no reason for panic in 2012 because even the almighty Sun doesn't have enough energy to send a

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killer solar flare 93 million miles to destroy Earth. There also seems to be no big asteroid heading our way. Even the infamous 2005 YU55 asteroid hasn't done any damage to our planet when it passed next to Earth in November 2011, and according to NASA there are no deadly asteroids currently heading our way though some tabloids were even suggesting that NASA hides the truth about this asteroid hitting our planet. From the astronomical point of view there seems to be no danger whatsoever, in terms of possible disaster that would end all life on our planet in 2012. Instead of worrying about the cataclysmic scenarios world should rather start worry about the long-term effects of climate change because this looks to be the only real threat that could seriously disrupt our future life on Earth? L I T E R A L

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SMILE
She smiled at a sorrowful stranger. The smile seemed to make him feel better. He remembered past kindnesses of a friend and wrote him a thank-you letter. The friend was so pleased with the thank-you that he left a large tip after lunch. The waitress, surprised by the size of the tip, bet the whole thing on a hunch.

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The next day she picked up her winnings, and gave part to a man on the street. The man on the street was grateful; For two days he’d had nothing to eat. After he finished his dinner, he left for his small dingy room. (He didn’t know at that moment that he might be facing his doom.) On the way he picked up a shivering puppy and took him home to get warm. The puppy was very grateful to be in out of the storm. That night the house caught on fire. The puppy barked the alarm. He barked ’til he woke the whole household and saved everybody from harm. One of the boys that he rescued grew up to be president. All this because of a simple smile that hadn’t cost a Paisa.

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What is success?

What is success?
To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent People and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics And endure the betrayal of false friends;

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To appreciate beauty; To find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived; This is to have succeeded.

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TIME MANAGEMENT SKILL

What have you done today to move you closer to
your dreams? Are you expecting to wake up one morning and suddenly do everything to achieve your dream in just that one day? Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do.” Success is a daily habit. It’s the little things you do every day that will get you to your destination. 1. Cultivate a habit of reading 2. Do the things first 3. Put first things first “It’s usually not the dramatic, the visible, the once-in-a-lifetime, up-by-the-bootstraps effort that brings enduring success. Empowerment comes from learning how to use this great endowment in the decisions we make every day.”
What we need to do is concentrate on the things that are most important. The hard part is that these are usually the things that are not urgent. Yet they are things that will make the biggest difference to our lives. Why not turn off the television set tonight and read an inspiring book? Why not take a quiet moment to sit down and write down what you want to do with the rest of your life? Why not spend some time with your kids rather than with the guys at the bar? Why not take a few minutes to read the holy book today?

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Conclusion: If you have not done anything today to get you closer to your dreams you are not a dreamer, you are a wisher. Wake up and do something about it or watch the dreamers take hold of their dreams, one little step each day. In the words of Jim Rohn, “Motivation is what gets you started. Habits are what keep you going,” Develop the habit of putting first things first today. Work on your dreams each and every day. You are all you can be. Go on and be it!

B.S.K.ChaitanyA (¾ EEE-A)

What is life?????
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Life is a Goal …………………………………. Achieve it. Life is a Challenge…………………………….. Meet it. Life is a Gift……………………………………. Accept it. Life is a duty……………………………………. Perform it. Life is a Game…………………………………… Play it. Life is a Mystery………………………………… Unfold it. Life is a Song…………………………………….. Sing it. Life is a Promise …………………………………. Fulfill it. Life is a Love……………………………………… Enjoy it. Life is Beauty………………………………………. Praise it. Life is Struggle…………………………………….. Fight with it. Life is a Puzzle……………………………………… Solve it.

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BOOK OF MEMORY
Hidden in the attic, All the way upstairs, Is something very special? That I would like to share. My hopes, My dreams, Old photographs, Of good times and bad times that make me laugh. The joy of a happiness, The thrill of a mischiefs, Leaves me to remember the pure, simple bliss. I cry for the fun, And giggle for the pain, I enjoyed the good life I was able to maintain. The thoughts and wishes, they all stay with me, All of these contained in” my book of memories”.

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R.Harika (4/4 EEE-B)

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B.TECH VERSION OF KOLAVERI SONG Hello frnds... I am Singing Song.
Sad Song… B.TECH Song... Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Rhythm Correct… Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Maintain This... Why This B.TECH? Dee... Distance’la Books’u Books’u Books’u Medha Dust’u Dust’u Background Students’u Students’u Students’u Brain’u Blank’u Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Every’u Sem’u Exams’u Exams’u Question’u Papers’u Tough’u Questions’u Ans’u Don’t Meet My Percentage Dark’u... Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Why This B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH Dee? Papapa Papapapa Papapa Pa Pa……… Šuper Mama Ready... Ready 1 2 3 4... What a Change over Mama... Ok Mama... Nøw Tune Change’ju... Manai Class’u... Only Ènglish’sa... Bunk’u Class’u loss’u Attendance’u Full’u Condinations’u Èmpty Pockets’u, Results’u Cøme’u Brain’u Reverse’u Gear’u Backlogs’u Backlogs’u Oh My Backlogs ‘u Yøu Šhøwed Me Hell’u Hell’u Hell’u Backlogs Hell’u I Want Tø Clear Them Nøw’u Gød I am Dying Nøw’u

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How Can I Study Nøw’u? This Šøng’u Før B.TECH Students’u We Døn’t Have Chøice’u

S.SURYA (3/4 EEE-B) V.MAHESH (3/4 EEE-B)
L I T E R A L

“WHY SHOULD I STUDY…?”

It is a pleasant evening in the sands of the popular SURYA LANKA
beach. The climate is moderate and it is about to dusk. The tides of Bay of Bengal are seems to be ambitious to reach the dry sands. There we sat a group of dynamic guys immersed in a jubilant and loud exchange of jokes and words. Yes, they are the just pass outs of the final year E.E.E of B.E.C, having communicate together after the announcement of 4/2 results. A small but not all team of 24 members gathered to celebrate the occasion. For every occasion, somebody has to bell the cat. Here, with the flair of his social network Mr.SANTOSH took initiative of it. The enthusiastic group are of anxiety to share their feelings as they are about to disperse and part with one another. A formal introduction and boosting of his efforts for the arrangement permitted and Santosh narrated his experiences, feelings and good efforts made for the get together. PREM, a sober, back bench, typical but friendly guy took the chance to share his hot and sweet feelings and experiences of his stay during last 4 years. At his opening remark nobody was serious to listen, as their impression about Prem made them so. Slowly Prem is coming

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with his realistic and original heart touch feelings. Then his friends raised their eye brows and listening to him.  He started. . ” WHY SHOULD I STUDY…?” I questioned myself studied for 10 years in a semi urban private English medium school, and faced usual corporate school student problems to get 90% in my 10th class. I was teased by all and sundry and vexed up to 90% to the study and school atmosphere. Of course, you are also having the similar experience. That corporate college fellow offered 50% discount for 1st inter fee and I had to join the college, located in the coconut garden. Knowingly or unknowingly I worked like a reading machine aiming at least 100 marks in EAMCET, of course it resulted into 100% vexation towards books and study. L I T E R A L

“And

then

what

happened?” his friend asked with curiosity. However it is the universal experience of all the others but Prem could express in informal way. “I got some 8000+ rank in EAMCET and joined our college. The leisure in the afternoon session has given a good relief. My joy knew no bounds. I use to take lunch in the afternoon and enjoyed sleep as if I am covering the arrears of my lost hours in inter. No disciplined hostel, nor the control of parents or warden. “Oh..!”, this is the time of enjoyment and spent the free hours with new friends. The mobile in my hand was like a gift of god and I do not remember how many offers I enjoyed for messages. Senior

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boys, friends, classmates and girlfriends with other branches all are in my chatting pad. Believe me, at one stage I have neither time to take dinner nor to talk to my parents. While enjoying the 1st year in such a way and I seldom ply text books to somehow pass the tests. Very sooner the year end exams have come, I forget about the preparation of exams in my busy with preparation tourney and other allied activities. On knowing the timetable of exams I posed a question to myself “WHY SHOULD I STUDY STILL..?” The answer is 6 backlogs at the year end. . . . [The friends hearing around him are pity but they are also in same line]. In my educational career, I failed in an exam for the 1st time and everybody criticised and abused like anything. Ofcourse my mom and dad did not disclose to our relatives and neighbours for face saving. During my 2nd year the black and white reel of colourful 1st year haunted me In taking rectification steps. I am dilemmatic to go to a movie and sometimes not ready to share a table in restaurant. Here, I have to tell u that my mom is sentimental and emotional but my dad is practical and realistic. I started also sparing time to both of them and heed to their preaching’s. I cannot cut all, what cannot but be termed as “EXTRAS” overnight. Friends, I am coming to reality from the cloud of enjoyment to the taste of preparation. I sincerely started gathering study material for the 2nd year and for backlogs. Somehow I pulled on the cart of 2nd year with 2 net liabilities. My third year was a combination of study with responsibility and enjoyment in a balancing way. Ofcourse, I enjoyed the movies in the nearby towns and spent hours in KONA RESTAURENT with a clinch to do justice to third year

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syllabus also. On and off my mood is disturbed by chatting of the silly girl friends that have finished their courses. I slowly started control over me. For god’s sake I could come out at the end of third year. It is just because of my tuning of mind and due to teachings of my experiences. You all know that 4th year is less theoretical and more analytical. It’s really a cake-walk for me with the support of the H.O.D, our staff and friends like you. It is still a surprising for me how my communication was liked by the T.C.S. Anyhow I got an answer to the question posed to myself in the 1st year “WHY SHOULD I STUDY STILL..??” is . . . . . . . WE SHOULD STUDY STILL, STILL, STILL MORE. But in a lively, practical and a realistic manner. Sorry, I have bowed a lot, and I don’t want to miss this last chance. . . . . . . . .  The friends were excited and they said all in one voice “The same, the same our views are the same”, with wet eyes. . . . . . . . . . L I T E R A L

Bharadwaj Garikipati (¾ EEE-A)

This is not the life I ordered for!!!

Life!!

I wondered what it really meant!

This is the question I‟ve been asking myself since ages. Does it belong to people only who succeed? On what basis it chooses to be simple? Can I make it my way?? Lots of questions …. Dilemma... …Everything is blank and dark. Life is a beautiful package of events, moments and surprises... Every feeling that ever existed is inextricable from this package. Life doesn‟t belong only to who succeed because success

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and failure are like close associates and change sides most frequently. An anonymous said “A person, who hadn‟t failed in his life, has never really lived”. And that‟s the essence of life. People commit suicide to escape life. Perhaps their utmost loneliness and fear of tomorrow might be the reasons that led them there. Your heart will be your best pacifier and encourages you all the time when you are desperate and lonely. Only thing is you need to catch the call correctly... “He who fears not the future can enjoy the present” – Thomas fuller. This gives you the whole thing... When life is full of happiness and joy I recon you don‟t have any part to play. Life have to be difficult and you need to make it as simple as possible not searching the solutions but by understanding it. And this could be achieved by HOPE. And hope is what drives us daily because you never know whether you‟ll survive but still you „l plan for the next day... Cheer up, Chill out and make your life your way… past has gone, future you never know, so you have this moment fresh and beautiful readily available to live and cherish. L I T E R A L

MANJUSHA MATTE (4/4EEE-B)

NESTAMAAAAAAAAAAA..........

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A.ANUSHA (4/4 eee a)

Vara Prasad (3/4 eee a)

K. Dhana Lakshmi (4/4 eee a)

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K.Pradeepthi (4/4 eee a)

A.Gayathri (4/4 eee a)

A.Sindhuja (3/4 eee a)

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B.S.V.N.KISHORE (4/4 eee a)

B.Jagadeesh (4/4 eee a)

D.SNEHITHA (4/4 eee a)

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BH.DEEPTHI SREE (4/4 eee b)

Y.V.NANDINI (4/4 eee b)

V.BINDU (4/4 eee b)

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