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R. V. R. & J . C.

Col l ege of Engi neer i ng, GUNTUR- 522019


Table of Contents of Self Study Report
2014
CONTENTS

Part Description
Page
No.

Part A

Preface

1
Part B Executive Summary - The SWOC Analysis 3
Part - C Profile of the Institution 9
Part D Criteria-wise Analytical Report
Criterion-I Curriculum Aspects
1.1 Curricular Design And Development 23
1.2 Academic Flexibility 25
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment 27
1.4 Feedback System 29
Criterion-II Teaching Learning and Evaluation
2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile 31
2.2 Catering to diverse needs of Students 37
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process 42
2.4 Teacher Quality 54
2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms 63
2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes 69
Criterion-III Research, Consultancy and Extension
3.1 Promotion of Research 73
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research 85
3.3 Research Facilities 88
3.4 Research Publications and Awards 90
3.5 Consultancy 100

3.6
Extension Activities and Institutional Social
Responsibility ( ISR)
101
3.7 Collaboration 106
Criterion-IV Infrastructure and Learning Resources
4.1 Physical Facilities 109
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource 111


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4.3 IT Infrastructure 116
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities 123
Criterion-V Student Support and Progression
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support 125
5.2 Student Progression 142
5.3 Student Participation and Activities 146
Criterion-VI Governance, Leadership and Management
6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership 155
6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment 165
6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies 182
6.4 Financial Management and Resource
Mobilization
184
6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System 188
Criterion-VII Innovation and Best Practices
7.1 Environment Consciousness 191
7.2 Innovations 193
7.3 Best Practices 195
Part E Evaluative Reports of the Departments
Chemical Engineering 201
Civil Engineering 220
Computer Science and Engineering 234
Electronics and Communication Engineering 247
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 266
Information Technology 284
Mechanical Engineering 297
Computer Applications 318
Management Sciences - MBA 329
Declaration of the Head of the Institution 346
Annexures 347



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PART A

PREFACE


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PREFACE

Rayapati Venkata Ranga Rao and J agarlamudi Chandramouli College of
Engineering (R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineering) was established in 1985
by the Nagarjuna Education Society (N.E.S.), Guntur, which came into
existence in the year 1967 with registration under the Societies Registration
Act 21 of 1860. The Society was established by a group of Philanthropists,
Medical Professionals, Industrialists and Enlightened Persons in public life,
with a primary mission of serving the Society through education.

Guntur is an educational hub catering to the needs of the people of Andhra
Pradesh. Since mid-sixties facilities were found inadequate in meeting the
increasing demand for higher education, especially with the rural youth
becoming more and more education-conscious.

Responding to the needs and aspirations of the youth for higher education,
especially professional education in Engineering and Technology in the state
of Andhra Pradesh, the pioneers of the NES started R.V.R. & J .C. College of
Engineering with permission from the Government of Andhra Pradesh,
approval from the AICTE, New Delhi, and affiliation from Acharya Nagarjuna
University, Guntur.

Today, the sponsoring Society NES runs a group of eight institutions that have
proved the test of times in public service. They include:

S.No. Name of the institution
Type of
Institution
Year of
Esta-
blish-
ment
1 J agarlamudi Kuppuswamy Choudary
College (J .K.C. College), Guntur
Arts & Science
College
1968
2 S.G.V.R.High School, Perecherla,
Guntur
Telugu Medium
High School
1968
3 Dr.K.L.P. Public School, Guntur English Medium
CBSE School
1983
4 R.V.R.R. College of Education, Guntur College of
Education
1983
5 R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineering,
Chowdavaram, Guntur
Engineering
College
1985
6 J .C.College of Law, Guntur Law College 1990
7 Chebrolu Hanumaiah Institute of
Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Chowdavaram, Guntur
Pharmacy College 2005
8 Madala Sakunthala Bhaskar College of
Nursing, Guntur
Nursing College 2006


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Each of the Institutions under NES is run by an Elected Executive Body with
the President of the Society being the President of all the Institutions. The
Secretary & Correspondent of the Institution acts as the CEO. All the elected
posts are honorary and non-remunerative without even ordinary perquisites.

The College is established in an area of 37.41 acres of land at the
11
th
k.m., on the Guntur- Chilakaluripet of NH-5. Though it earnestly started
with three B.Tech. courses (CE, ECE and ME) with an intake of 180, today, it
is one of the premier institutions of Engineering in Andhra Pradesh, offering
seven B.Tech. and six M.Tech. courses besides MBA and MCA with a present
intake of 1435. The total number of students on Rolls as on date
is 4724.

A built up area of 65,985 sq.m. accommodates 61 Laboratories and
18 Computer Centres besides amenities like Canteen, Seminar Halls,
Auditorium, Open Air Theatre, Gymnasium, e-classrooms etc., to make life in
the classroom and outside easy and comfortable. Continuous power supply of
1 MW is provided with modern Generator sets. Andhra Bank is located in the
campus. A fleet of 23 buses save the staff and students from the vagaries of
public transport. The aesthetically designed structures, the hill slopes on the
West, a well laid out campus dotted with roads, trees and gardens merge into a
stunning landscape that inspires the minds to Think Better, Work Better and
Strive to Excel.

R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineering contributed greatly to the renaissance of
the Nagarjuna Education Society and its older Institutions and inculcated in
the Management a new sense of professionalism in their outlook and activities.

The college periodically tests its own standards and standing among the
fraternity of the colleges, securing Accreditation four times from National
Board of Accreditation (NBA) in 1998, 2002, 2007 and 2012. The A.P. State
Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) too awarded the second best rating
among all Private Engineering Institutions in the state in the Academic Audit
and Grading in 2003. The Awards of Best Performing Professional College,
consecutively for five years and a place among the Top-100 Engineering
Colleges in India according to surveys of National Magazines indicates our
history of major achievements.

The College practices the modesty of looking for new starting lines than be
content with the finishing lines reached.

We admit, we have miles and miles to go before we complete our mission.


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PART B

EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
&
SWOC
ANALYSIS


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Executive Summary - The SWOC analysis of the Institution

Executive summary:
Criterion-I: Curricular Aspects
Rayapati Venkata Ranga Rao & J agarlamudi Chandramouli College of
Engineering (RVR&J CCE) was established by Nagarjuna Education Society
(NES), affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU), approved by All
India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) New Delhi and recognised by
Government of Andhra Pradesh.

The Institution, established in the year 1985, presently offers the
following UG and PG courses.

Sl.No. B.Tech. Branch/Programme(UG) Duration
Sanctioned
Intake
(UG)
1 Chemical Engineering 4 Years 60
2 Civil Engineering 4 Years 180
3 Computer Science & Engineering 4 Years 180
4 Electronics & Communication
Engineering
4 Years 180
5 Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4 Years 180
6 Information Technology 4 Years 120
7 Mechanical Engineering 4 Years 180
Total 1080


Sl.No.
MBA/MCA / M.Tech. Branch /Programme
(PG)
Duration
Sanctioned
Intake
(PG)
1 M.Tech-Computer Science & Engineering 2 Years 25
2 M.Tech-Computer Science & Technology 2 Years 18
3 M.Tech-Communication Engineering &
Signal Processing
2 Years 18
4 M.Tech-Machine Design 2 Years 18
5 M.Tech-Power Systems Engineering 2 Years 18
6 M.Tech-Structural Engineering 2 Years 18
7 Master of Business Administration (MBA) 2 Years 120
8 Master of Computer Applications (MCA) 3 Years 120
Total 355



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The Institute has a clear Vision, Mission and Quality Policy which
spells the core Goals & Objectives of the Institute. All the programmes
run in the Institute are oriented and planned to achieve the goals.
The Institute collects the feedback from its stake holders in designing
and developing the curriculum.
The Institute ensures that curriculum is not only mere syllabus but it
also includes various means which enable learners to achieve their
learning goals. It comprises of teaching learning support, guidance,
coaching, peer and collaborative learning, feedback and assessment,
personal development planning and tutoring, skills development and
also enabling access to resources.

Criterion-II: Teaching Learning and Evaluation

The Institute ensures all round development of the students by personal
counseling, remedial measures and guidance.
The Institute has an integrated approach towards teaching, learning and
evaluation. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation makes teaching
and learning more flexible and effective.
The faculty members of the Institute concentrate on teaching in
addition to research & extension services and have evolved the best
possible strategies and techniques of teaching to sustain the quality of
student centric teaching-learning processes. Effective use of
technology in teaching, learning and evaluation makes it more
contemporary, impactful and updated.
The Institute considers Co-curricular and Extra-curricular activities as
an important aspect for overall grooming of the students. Hence special
emphasis is given to them.
The Institute has formulated innovative evaluation methods which
involve formative and summative assessment of students
achievements throughout the academic year.

Criterion-III: Research, Consultancy and Extension

A Research committee is established in the institute to create and
monitor research interests among faculty members and students. Senior
Faculty members of the Institute give guidance for Ph.D. and M.Phil.
scholars at Affiliating University and other Universities.
The Institute offers consultancy services to provide technical expertise
to the Industries nearby and to the society.
Various extension programmes for social sensitization are conducted
which include Environmental Protection and Energy Conservation
awareness programmes, organizing Blood Donation Camps,


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conducting health check up programmes, village adoption, Literacy
Campaigns and so on.
The Institute has signed MOUs with different Industries/professional
bodies/ academia to pool up the knowledge and expertise of the
technical people of the industry and the college for mutually agreed
execution of joint activities.

Criterion-IV: Infrastructure and Learning Recourses

Established in an area of 37.41 acres with a built up area of
65,985sq.m.
Each department has separate block/building.
Common amenities like Canteen, Purified Water plant, Play Ground,
Stores, common rooms for Boys and Girls, Medical facility,
Gymnasium, Parking places etc.
The Institute has on campus Boys Hostel and a Girls Hostel located in
the city with amenities like Purified Water, Medical facility, Sports
room, Gymnasium and Computer Centre.
The Institute focuses on creation and expansion of infrastructure to
enrich teaching and learning process, ensuring that the infrastructure is
in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized.
Spacious AC Seminar halls, class rooms with necessary audio visual
facilities, library stacked with a large number books, back volumes,
project reports and e-J ournals gives the Institute a professional
ambience.
Each department has a department library and well equipped Computer
Laboratories with the state of art software in order to make students
proficient in computational skills. The College City centre also has a
library and computer centre.

Criterion V: Student Support and Progression

The Institute provides equal opportunity to each and every student for
participation in all the activities of the Institute.
Staff counselors assist students on personal, family, educational,
psychological and career aspects.
Apart from the Government Student welfare schemes, the Institute also
gives poor and merit scholarships to deserving students.
Placement and career guidance are provided through the Industry
Interaction cell which includes interactions with eminent educationists,
industry professionals, campus placement support and skill based
training as per industry needs.
The Institute makes serious efforts to increase the employability skills
of students by conducting series of student enrichment programmes.


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These activities also help the students to get admissions into Higher
Education and Research.
The Institute has a registered Alumni Association for building strong
bond between alumni and present students. The alumni give support to
the students through interaction, guidance and placement.
The Institute has a Literary and Cultural committee with a number of
student clubs to coordinate the active participation of students in
various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Criterion VI: Governance, Leadership and Management

The Institute takes measures in grooming leadership at all levels for
creating empowerment and sense of responsibility among staff and
students.
The leadership in the college always looks for Vision and Mission of
the institution which are in tune with the objectives of higher education
policy of the Nation, the aim of which is to provide high quality
education to the utmost satisfaction of all stakeholders.
The organizational structure of the Institute indicates clarity in
authority-responsibility structure and participative decision making at
all the levels.
Main focus of the college is to develop freedom to carry out various
activities independently at the level of Institution, HOD, Faculty and
students.
Various statutory and non statutory committees work with pre defined
objectives. The decisions taken are communicated to the Governing
Body.
There is a close coordination among various departments and sections
for exchange of information. Information flows across the
organizational hierarchy as well as the personnel.
Financial planning is done by the Finance Committee headed by the
Principal in consultation with all the related committees.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) plans and coordinates the
execution of all the requisite procedures for academic audit of the
courses and redesign, if any.
The college strives for excellence by adopting changes that helps the
Institution to improve the defined systems, practices and performance.

Criterion VII: Innovations and Best Practices

The Institute creates awareness about environmental and social issues
and initiatives like Rain Water Harvesting, Plantation, use of
Renewable Energy, Eco-Friendly Products, Energy Conservation,


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Environmental Protection and Waste Management are taken to make
the campus Eco-friendly.
A number of innovative steps are adopted in academic and
administrative systems to make the college a centre of excellence.

The Institute always appreciates and implements any novel idea or
technique for the betterment of academic and administrative system.
The Institution promotes many best practices to improve the quality of
education and teaching-learning process. It leaves no stone unturned to
make the future of the students bright and excellent.
The Institute focuses on enhancing student skill set to develop
Technical, Interpersonal and Organizational skills in the students.
The Institute has also introduced Comprehensive Student Monitoring
System to monitor the students, enable the parents to know about the
performance of their wards, counsel and direct the students to achieve
the intended goals.

SWOC ANALYSIS:

The Institute makes every effort to enhance strengths and minimize weaknesses
at various levels and aspects through continuous and comprehensive efforts with
long term strategies for development.

Strengths:

One of the few Engineering Colleges that was accredited four times by
National Board of Accreditation, AICTE, in 1998, 2002, 2007 and
2012.
Adjudged as the second best among the Private Engineering Colleges
in Andhra Pradesh in the `Academic Audit & Grading conducted by
APSCHE, Govt. of A.P., in the year 2003.
Highly qualified, committed and dedicated senior faculty with 53
Ph.D.s, with high learning ability. Good number of faculty members
are pursuing Ph.D. Good team work at all levels with High faculty
retention rate.
Grants worth Rs.2.905 crores received from AICTE, UGC, DST etc.
Figured among the Top-100 Engineering Colleges in the Country in
the National level Magazines survey.
Graded as AA+ by Careers360 magazine in 2012 and AAA in May
2013.
Consistently awarded as The Best Performing Professional College
by Acharya Nagarjuna University.
Awarded for Best Laboratories by Acharya Nagarjuna University.


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Well equipped Laboratories with excellent infrastructure, Digital
Library, AC Seminar Halls, Boys & Girls Hostels.
Facilities for Campus Bank, NCC, NSS, Sports and other Extra-
curricular activities.

Weaknesses:

Non availability of major Industries locally for Industry Institute
interaction.
Limited Industrial Consultancy work.
Students mainly from rural background with lack of Communication
Skills.

Opportunities:

Close Industry Interaction and understanding Industry needs.
Opportunities for corporate training, consultancy and Placements.
More PG courses in upcoming technologies.
Curriculum strengthening through skill based training and
certifications for enhanced employability.
Customized and need based courses as per industry /society
requirements.
Building positive mindset and human skills in students.

Challenges:

100% Placements.
Bridging the gap between course content and Industrial needs.
Work strategically on key requirements of Industry to increase income
from consultation.
Efforts to change mindset of students.
Tie up with foreign universities to start new programmes.
Uncertainties in industry manpower requirements and recession.
To adopt Technological enhanced learning.







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PART C

PROFILE OF
THE
INSTITUTE


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Profile of the Institution

1. Name and address of the College:







2. For communication:

Designation Name

Telephone
with STD code
Mobile Fax Email
Principal Dr.A.Sudhakar O: 9491073317
9491073318
R: 0863- 2232353
9849671873 0863-
2350343
rvrjcce@hotmail.com
principal@mail.rvrjcce.ac.in
alapati_sudhakar@yahoo.com
Steering
Committee
Coordinator
Dr.K.Ravindra
Professor &
HOD-ME;
Dean-Academics
O: 9491073317
R: 0863- 2221252
9849660254 0863-
2350343
rvrjcce@hotmail.com
ravindra.kom@gmail.com

3. Status of the Autonomous College by management:

Government
Private
Constituent College of the University

4. Name of University to which the College is Affiliated:



5. a. Date of establishment, prior to the grant of Autonomy (dd/mm/yyyy)

29-12-1985
b. Date of grant of Autonomy to the College by UGC: (dd/mm/yyyy)

17-01-2012




Name : R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineering (Autonomous)
Address: Chandramoulipuram, Chowdavaram
City : Guntur-522 019; State: Andhra Pradesh
Website: rvrjcce.ac.in
Acharya Nagarjuna University, GUNTUR





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6. Type of institution:

a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
iii. Co-education

b. By shift
i. Regular
ii. Day
iii. Evening
c. Source of funding
i. Government
ii. Grant-in-aid
iii. Self-financing
iv. Any other
(Please specify)

7. Is it a recognized minority institution?

Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and
provide documentary evidence.

8. a. Details of UGC recognition:

Under Section Date, Month & Year Remarks
i. 2 (f) 07-02-1992 --
ii. 12 (B) 07-02-1992 --
Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act
Annexure : C 8a

b. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other
than UGC (AICTE,NCTE,MCI,DCI,PCI,RCI etc.)

Under Section/
clause
Day, Month and
Year
(dd-mm-yyyy)/
Letter No. & date
Validity
From-To
Programme/
institution
Remarks
i. AICTE
Extension of
approval
F.No.South-
Central/
1-
1433420513/2013/
EOA, dt.19-03-13
2013-14
01-7-13
to
30-06-14
All
programmes
offered by the
Institution
--












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ii. National
Board of
Accreditation
[Fourth Time]
File No.11-104/
2010/NBA,
dt.18-09-2012
01-07-12
to
30-06-14


01-07-12
to
30-06-17
CSE
ECE
EEE
IT
ME
ChE
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
5 years
iii. National
Board of
Accreditation
[Third Time]
F.No.NBA/ACC
R-913/2007,
dt.12-09-2007
12-09-07
to
11-09-10



12-09-07
to
11-09-12
CSE
EEE
ECE
IT
ME
ChE
CE
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
5 years
iv. National
Board of
Accreditation
[Second Time]
F.No.NBA/24
BRD-ATR/2002,
dt.28-08-2002
24-04-02
to
23-04-07









24-04-02
to
23-04-05
CE

EEE

ECE

IPE

ME

ChE

CSE
A grade
with 5 Yrs.
A grade
with 5 Yrs
B grade
with 5 Yrs.
B grade
with 5 Yrs
A grade
with 5 Yrs.
B grade
with 3 Yrs.
B grade
with 3 Yrs.
v. National
Board of
Accreditation
[First Time]
F.No.6701/NBA
(RVR&J C-
Grade)/99,
dt.13-05-1999
13-05-99
to
12-05-02
ME A grade
with 3 Yrs.
F.No.6701/NBA(
RVR&J C-
Grade)/98,
dt.11-01-1998
11-01-98
to
10-01-01
CE

ECE
A grade
with 3 Yrs.
B grade
With 3 Yrs.

The Certificate of recognition/approval:
Annexure : C-8b


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9. Has the College been recognized :

a. By UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence(CPE)?

Yes No

If yes, date of recognition : (dd/mm/yyyy)

b. For its contributions/performance by any other governmental agency?

Yes No

If yes, Name of the agency and
Date of recognition: (dd/mm/yyyy)

10. Location of the campus and area:

Location * Rural
Campus area in sq. m. or acres 37.41 acres
Built up area in sq. m. 65,985 sq.m.
(7.10 lakhs sq.ft.)
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)

11. Does the College have the following facilities on the campus
(Tick the available facility)? In case the College has an
agreement with other agencies in using such facilities provide
information on the facilities covered under the agreement.
Auditorium/seminar complex
Sports facilities
play ground
swimming pool
gymnasium

Hostel
Boys hostels
Girls hostels

Residential facilities
for teaching staff
for non-teaching staff














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Cafeteria

Health centre
First aid facility
Inpatient facility
Outpatient facility
ambulance facility
emergency care facility

Health centre staff
Qualified doctor Full time Part-time
Qualified Nurse Full time Part-time

Other facilities
o Bank
o ATM
o post office
o book shops

Transport facilities
o for students
o for staff
Power house
Waste management facility

12. Details of programmes offered by the institution: (Give data for
current academic year)

Sl.
No
Programm
e
Level
Name of the
Programme/
Course
Duration
Entry
Qualifi-
cation
Medium
of
instruct-
tion
Sanctioned/
approved
Student
intake
No. of
students
admitte
d
1. UG
B.Tech.
Chemical
Engineering.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 60 47
Civil
Engineerig.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 180 180
Computer
Science &
Enginnering.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 180 180


















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Electronics &
Communi-
cation
Enginnering.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 180 180
Electrical &
Electronics
Enginneringg.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 180 180
Information
Technology
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 120 118
Mechanical
Enginnering.
4-Years Intermediate
or
equivalent
English 180 180

2. PG
M.Tech.
Computer
Science &
Engineering.
2-Years B.Tech., English 25 25
Computer
Science &
Technology
2-Years B.Tech., English 18 18
Communicati
on Engg., &
Signal
Processing
2-Years B.Tech., English 18 18
Machine
Design
2-Years B.Tech., English 18 18
Power
Systems
Enginnering.
2-Years B.Tech., English 18 18
Structural
Engineering.
2-Years B.Tech., English 18 18
PG MCA Computer
Applications
3-Years Degree
or
equivalent
English 120 92
PG MBA Management
Sciences
2-Years Degree
or
equivalent
English 120 99
3. Integrated
Masters
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
4. M.Phil.
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
5. Ph.D.
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
6. Integrated
Ph.D.
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
7. Certificate
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
8. Diploma
--- --- --- ---
--- ---


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9. PG
Diploma
--- --- --- ---
--- ---
10. Any other
(please
Specify)
--- --- --- ---
--- ---

13. Does the institution offer self-financed Programmes?

Yes No

If yes, how many? 15 Courses.

14. Whether new programmes have been introduced during the last five
years?

Yes No

If yes

15. List the departments: ( Do not list facilities like library, Physical
Education as departments unless these are teaching departments and
offer programmes to students)

Particulars Number
Number of
Students
Science
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
-- --
Arts
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
-- --
Commerce
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
-- --
Any Other (please specify)
Under Graduate (Engineering)
Post Graduate (M.Tech., MCA, MBA)
Research centre(s)

07
08
--

4033
691
--




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16. Are there any UG and/or PG programmes offered by the College,
which are not covered under Autonomous status of UGC? Give
details.
YES. All PG courses are not covered under Autonomous status.

17. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree
course like BA, MA, BSc, M Sc, BCom etc.)

a. annual system
b. semester system
c. trimester system

18. Number of Programmes with:

a. Choice Based Credit System
b. Inter/multidisciplinary
approach
c. Any other ( specify)

19. Unit Cost of Education:
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled )

(a) including the salary component
(b) excluding the salary component


20. Does the College have a department of Teacher Education offering
NCTE recognized degree programmes in Education?

Yes No

If yes,
a. How many years of standing does the department have?
years

b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.:
Date: (dd/mm/yyyy)

c. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation
separately?

Yes No

Rs.59,034/-
15 programs
Credit based system (fixed grading)
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21. Does the College have a teaching department of Physical Education
offering NCTE recognized degree programmes in Physical
Education?

Yes No

If yes,
a. How many years of standing does the department have?
years

b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.:
Date: (dd/mm/yyyy)

c. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation
separately?
Yes No

22. Whether the College is offering professional programme?

Yes No

If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory
body governing the programme.
Annexure : C - 22

23. Has the College been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so,
furnish a copy of the report and action taken there upon.

The College has been accredited by National Board of Accreditation
(NBA) for the fourth time in 2012.
Annexure : C - 8b.
The Chairman of NBA-2012 has pointed out the following weaknesses:
- Students and Staff need exposure to industry.
- Faculty-Student ratio to be improved.
- Faculty qualifications to be improved.
- Planning and its coordinated implementation to be improved.
The action taken by the College:
- MOUs were entered with a number of Industries to utilize their
equipment for Training & Project works.
- Faculty has been recruited to improve the faculty-student ratio.
- Many faculty members have acquired Ph.D., qualifications
during 2012-2014.
- With the Deans system in place, planning and its coordinated
implementation have been improved.





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24. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the College :

Positions

Teaching faculty
Non-
teaching
staff
Technical
staff
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor

*M *F *M *F *M *F *M *F *M *F
Sanctioned by the
UGC / University /
State Government
Recruited
Yet to recruit
NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
Sanctioned by the
Management/Society or
other authorized bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit
23


23
--
3


3
--
40


40
--
11


11
--
93


93
--
53


53
--
78


78
--
27


27
--
48


48
--
6


6
--
*M-Male *F-Female

25. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Highest
qualificati
on
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor Total
Male Female Male Female Male Female
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt - - - - - - -
Ph.D. 23 3 17 2 5 3 53
M.Phil. - - 1 1 5 4 11
PG - - 22 8 80 44 154
Temporary teachers
Ph.D. - - - - - - -
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG / UG - - - - 3 2 5
Part-time teachers
Ph.D. - - - - - - -
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG - - - - - - -

26. Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged by the College.




Nil


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27. Students enrolled in the College during the current academic year,
with the following details:

Students UG PG Inte-
grated
Mas-
ters
M.Phil Ph.D. Inte-
grated
Ph.D.
D.Litt.
/ D.Sc.
Cer-
tifi-
cate
Dipl-
oma
PG
Dip-
loma
M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F
From the
state where
the College
is located
2538 1495 410 281 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
From other
states of
India
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NRI
students
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Foreign
students
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Total 2538 1495 410 281 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
*M-Male F-Female

28. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average for the last two batches)

UG

PG

29. Number of working days during the last academic year



30. Number of teaching days during the last academic year



31. Is the College registered as a study centre for offering distance
education programmes for any University?

Yes No

If yes, provide the
Name of the University
a. Is it recognized by the Distance Education Council?
Yes No
b. Indicate the number of programmes offered.

2.249%
2.737%
247

185


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32. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course
offered:

Branch/Progr
amme(UG)
Sanctioned Intake
(Excluding I-Year)
Staff available
(Core staff)
Student
Teacher
Ratio
B.Tech-CE 360 16 22.50
B.Tech-ChE 180 11 16.36
B.Tech-CSE 420 23 18.26
B.Tech-ECE 420 20 21.00
B.Tech-EEE 360 20 18.00
B.Tech-IT 360 21 17.14
B.Tech-ME 480 30 16.00
B.Tech-BT 120 05 24.00
UG-Total 2700 146 18.49

Branch/Programme (PG) Sanctioned
Intake
Staff Student
Teacher Ratio
M.Tech-Computer Science & Engg. 50 03 16.66
M.Tech-Computer Science &
Technology
18 02 09.00
M.Tech-Communication Engineering
& Signal Processing
36 03 12.00
M.Tech-Machine Design &
CAD/CAM
36 03 12.00
M.Tech-Power Systems Engineering 36 03 12.00
M.Tech-Structural Engineering 36 03 12.00
MCA 360 15 24.00
MBA 240 10 24.00
PG Total 812 42 19.33

33. Is the College applying for?

Accreditation : Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4

Re-Assessment:

34. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-
assessment only) -NA -
Cycle 1: (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation
outcome/results
Cycle 2: (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation
outcome/results
Cycle 3: (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation





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outcome/results
Cycle 4: (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation
outcome/results
Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation; Cycle 2 and beyond refers to
reaccreditation


35. a. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

07-06-2012
b. Dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports
(AQARs).
AQAR submitted for the year 2012-13 on 24-07-2013.

36. Any other relevant data, the College would like to include. (Not
exceeding one page)

1. One of the few Engineering Colleges that was accredited four times by
National Board of Accreditation, AICTE in 1998, 2002, 2007 and 2012.
2. Adjudged as the second best among the Private Engineering Colleges in
Andhra Pradesh in the `Academic Audit & Grading conducted by APSCHE,
Govt. of A.P., in the year 2003.
3. Consistently figured among the Top-100 Engineering Colleges in the Country
in the OUTLOOK Magazine.
4. Graded as `AA+ by Careers 360 magazine in 2012 and AAA in May 2013.
5. Consistently awarded the Best Performing Professional College by Acharya
Nagarjuna University.
6. Awarded First Prize for Best Laboratories by the Acharya Nagarjuna
University.
7. Received appreciations fromGovt. of India as well as Govt. of A.P., for the
work done for the relief of Tsunami victims, flood victims and for NSS
activities.
8. Highly qualified, committed and dedicated senior faculty with 53 Ph.Ds.
9. Excellent track records of Placements.
10. Well equipped Laboratories with Communication Skills Lab and excellent
infrastructure, Digital Library, AC Seminar Halls and facilities for NCC, NSS,
Sports and Extra-curricular activities etc.


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11. Uninterrupted power supply with 1 MW standby Generators.
12. Remedial and GATE coaching classes.
13. 37.41 acres of Land and 7.10 lakhs sq.ft., of Building space.
14. A fleet of 23 buses, Dispensary, Hygienic Canteen with mineral chilled water
and Campus bank facility.
15. Hostel Accommodation for boys and girls with Dispensary, Gym, R.O.
Purified Water, Solar Water Heating System, Computer Centre with Internet,
Library, Reading & Recreation Roometc.
16. Grants worth Rs.2.905Crores received fromAICTE, UGC, DST, etc.
17. Instituted 22 Endowment Awards / Gold Medals / Cash Prizes to Merit
students by the College.
18. Poor & Merit Scholarships for around 150 deserving students, every year
(Rs.20,000/- per annum; Total Rs.80,000/- during their study in the College).


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PART D

CRITERIA
WISE
ANALYTICAL
REPORT


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CRITERIA WISE ANALYTICAL REPORT

CRITERION - I
CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1 Curriculum Design & Development :
1.1.1. How are the institutional vision / mission reflected in the academic
programmes of the College?
Vision:
To enrich the society through education by generating globally competent
man power that can make an honest living in the country or outside and
capable of contributing to the socio-economic development and welfare of the
society. To inculcate in the students and general public, social skills, respect
for ethics and law, tolerance and understanding needed to peacefully co-exist
in a multi racial and multi ethic society consisting of the very rich and very
poor people.
Mission:
An Integrated Development of man power possessing Technological and
Managerial Knowledge and Skills, Attitudes and Values needed to make an
honorable living and contribute to the socioeconomic development and
welfare of the Society.
Knowledge is Power and Strive to Excel is our motto and to create
Technocrats of high skill is our Mission.
The vision and mission of the college are realized by modifying the syllabus to
suit the changing Technological Developments. All our programmes stress the
need for environmental & ecological awareness and prevention of pollution.
The syllabus enhances the knowledge base and upgrades skills.
1.1.2. Describe the mechanism used in the design and development of the
curriculum. Give details on the process. (Need Assessment,
Feedback etc.,)
Curriculum plays vital role in the academic and professional careers of
graduates. The college implements the following processes to take care of the
design and development of curriculum.
Constitution of Academic Council consisting of Representatives from
Universities, Industry, HODs and Professors.
Constitution of Board of Studies (BOS) with Representatives from
IITs, NITs, Universities, Industry and Research Organizations along
with Senior Faculty of the Departments.


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Consultations among senior faculty regarding changes to be made to
existing syllabus with the input from Alumni in informal discussions,
suggestions from academic experts and Industry.
Alumni surveys, Feedback from parents and employer responses are
incorporated to upgrade, modify and introduce new topics relevant to
the global economy in the production of various Goods and Services.

1.1.3. How does the College involve industry, research bodies, and civil
society in the curriculum design and development process? How
did the college benefit through the involvement of the
stakeholders?
Experts from Industry and Research Organizations, Government
Officials, Eminent Persons from Civil Society of Academic Council
and BOS review the new developments, analyze the outcomes and
design the syllabus. The experiences of these dignitaries are beneficial
in upgrading the topics.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) with a number of industries
and research bodies to get the benefit of training for the teachers &
students and to get relevant technical practices incorporated into the
syllabus.
1.1.4. How are the following aspects ensured through curriculum design
and development?

* Employability :
The curriculum focuses on enhancing the employability of the students.
The skill and knowledge of students is continuously monitored and
improved by sponsoring for industrial visits, industrial training and by
allowing students to do industry based project works.
Technical Association of each branch enhances the knowledge of
students and provides hands on experience on latest computer software
and machines.
Training programmes conducted regularly by Training & Placement
Cell.
* Innovation :
Project Works on frontier technologies in the respective specializations bring
out innovative capabilities. Students are encouraged to participate actively and
conduct design contests, model making fests and robofests to improve and
make economically feasible products.
* Research :
Most of the senior faculty have Ph.D., Degrees and are involved in
dissemination of their research findings into the curriculum.
Term papers, elective courses and Project Work are designed to inculcate
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1.1.5. How does college ensure that the curriculum developed addresses
the needs of the society and have relevance to the regional /
national developmental needs?
Curriculum up gradation is done based on the discussions in the Department
Development Committees, Academic Council and Board of Studies. Decisions
are taken on formal and informal feedback from Alumni and Employers and
suitable suggestions are incorporated in the syllabi of relevant subjects.

1.1.6. To what extent does the college use the guidelines of the regulatory
bodies for developing or restructuring the curricula? Has the
college been instrumental in leading any curricular reform which
has created a national impact?
The Institution, Autonomous and Affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University,
Guntur, follow the guidelines brought about from time to time.
The need for balanced curriculum with stress on civil society needs
and concerns about ecology emphasized in the mix of courses.
Professional Ethics & Human Values course underlines the need for
professionalism, a balanced outlook on law, intellectual property rights
and the need for consensus.
Environmental Studies course emphasizes the need to use the resources
judiciously, avoid over exploitation and conflicts over natural
resources.
Inter disciplinary electives like Renewable Energy Resources, Bio
Fuels etc. have been introduced to create a National Impact.
1.2 Academic Flexibility:
1.2.1 Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic
flexibility.
a. Core / Elective options: Core and Electives are as prescribed by
AICTE. The UG programmes offer four electives with more number of
options for students to choose during III year and IV year of study.
These electives have been formulated based on the prevailing trends
and on cutting edge technologies. One of the electives is an Open
elective and students have to opt an inter disciplinary course offered by
other Departments.
b. Enrichment courses: Depending on the skill needed for
employability, each department offers tailor made courses for
enrichment of students. These are on Technical Skills, Personality
Development, Communication Skills and New Technologies.
c. Courses offered in modular form: Mathematics and some
departmental subjects are offered in modular form covering a gamut of
topics relevant to the subject.


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d. Credit transfer and accumulation facility: Under the affiliating
Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU), Guntur, regulations and
guidelines, there is no facility for credit transfer accumulation.
However, under APSCHE and A.P. Government Norms, credit transfer
may be possible in exceptional cases for students who admitted in
another institution.
e. Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and
courses: The Institution has facility to have lateral admission into 2
nd

year of U.G. Programme for diploma holders. APSCHE conducts
ECET for diploma holders and successful candidates are admitted
based on their rank.
1.2.2 Have any courses been developed targeting international students?
If so, how successful have they been? If No, explain the
impediments.
As per Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, regulations, there is at present
no provision for admitting international students into our institution.
1.2.3 Does the college offer dual degree and twinning programmes? If
yes, give details.
At present no dual degree or twinning programme is being offered by the
Institution.
1.2.4 Does the college offer self-financing programmes? If yes, list them
and indicate if policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher
qualification and salary are at par with the aided programmes?
Yes, the college offers 7 U.G. programmes - Civil Engineering, Computer
Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Electronics & Electrical Engineering, Information Technology
and Mechanical Engineering.
The college also offers 8 P.G. programmes - M.B.A., M.C.A. and the
following 6 M.Tech. programmes.
1. Structural Engineering by Civil Engineering Department
2. Computer Science & Engineering by Computer Science &
Engineering Department
3. Power Systems Engineering by Electrical & Electronics
Engineering Department
4. Communication Engineering & Signal Processing by Electronics &
Communication Engineering Department
5. Computer Science & Technology by Information Technology
Department, and
6. Machine Design by Mechanical Engineering Department


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The college follows the GOs and Regulations issued from time to time by
Government of Andhra Pradesh, AFRC, AICTE, UGC & ANU regarding
admission, fee structure, teacher qualifications and salaries.
1.2.5 Has the college adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)?
If yes, how many programmes are covered under the system?
The Institution follows Credit Based system for teaching of all U.G.
programmes. CBCS is not adopted in the Institution.
1.2.6 What percentage of programmes offered by the college follows :
* Annual System : Nil
* Semester System : 100%
* Trimester System : Nil
1.2.7 What is the policy of the college to promote inter disciplinary
programmes? Name the programmes and what is the outcome?
There are no inter disciplinary programmes at Present.
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment :
1.3.1 How often is the curriculum of the college reviewed for making it
socially relevant and / or job oriented / knowledge intensive and
meeting the emerging needs of students and other stakeholders?
The syllabus revision is a continuous process carried out by the Board of
Studies of the Institution. The recent developments in various technologies
and standards and codes are incorporated into the syllabus as and when the
need arises.
1.3.2 How many new programmes have been introduced at UG and PG
level during the last four years? Mention details.
* Inter - disciplinary: NIL
*Programmes in emerging areas: The following new programmes have
been introduced at PG level to train students in the areas where employment
opportunities are vast.
1. Communication Engineering & Signal Processing by Electronics &
Communication Engineering Department
2. Computer Science & Technology by Information Technology
Department
3. Machine Design by Mechanical Engineering Department
1.3.3 What are the strategies for revision of existing programmes? What
percentage of courses underwent a major syllabus revision?
The Feedback from Alumni, Parents, Industry and Employers of our Alumni is
collected and views sought on new courses to be introduced. These are


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discussed by the BOS of each branch and are adopted with suitable
modifications. In the revision during 201213 for Autonomous Stream almost
10% of courses underwent a major syllabus revision.
1.3.4 What are the value-added courses offered by the college and how
does the college ensure that all students have access to them?
The college offers skill development, personality development and
communication skills improvement programmes as value added courses to
students through collaboration with MSME, Infosys, TCS & J awahar
Knowledge Centers, etc. All the students are encouraged to attend these
programmes during the period 02.50 p.m. to 04.30 p.m.
The students are also exposed to Hardware and Networking Training to
enhance their employability.
In the recent revision of syllabus, the BOS have introduced three
Communications Skills lab courses for all branches from first year to third
year level to enhance their capabilities in communication and leadership
abilities to better their opportunities in getting employment.
1.3.5 Has the college introduced any higher order skill development
programmes in consonance with the national requirements as
outlined by the National Skills Development Corporation and
other Agencies?
The curriculum has been framed to take care of the requirements of National
Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Federation of Indian Chambers of
Commerce & Industry (FICCI), Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) etc.
The college conducts competitions and workshops on Model Making,
Robot Design, etc. to enhance students knowledge and skills.
Students are encouraged to participate in competitions like SAE-Baja,
Robofests to test their capabilities in fabrication and to get hands on
experience.
Students are encouraged to take up their final year statutorily required
project works in nearby Industries to enable them to learn the various
industrial practices with reference to production, inventory, design,
distribution, marketing, software development etc., to become
employable.
Students are also encouraged to design and fabricate equipment and
test setups for laboratories and consumer products to enable them to
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1.4 Feedback System :
1.4.1 Does the college have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from
students regarding the curriculum and how is it made use of?
Yes, the college has a mechanism to obtain feedback from the students of
outgoing batch through an exit survey. A senior staff member of the
Department is tasked to analyze the suggestions and submit proposals for
reviewing the relevant topics of the syllabus.
The Alumni are invited for a meet at the college every year and they interact
with their teachers and express their suggestions on curriculum revision. These
suggestions, based on their experience in employment, are then vetted before
being introduced.
1.4.2 Does the college elicit feedback on the curriculum from national
and international faculty? If yes, specify a few methods adopted to
do the same (Conducting webinar, workshop, online forum
discussion etc.,) Give details of the impact on such feedback.
Yes, the NIT and IIT faculty are consulted on regular basis to elicit their
advice on revision of syllabus. Also the syllabus of IITs, IISc, NITs is used as
a bench mark to introduce changes in existing topics of relevant subjects. In
fact, one/two members of BOS are from reputed Institutions like IITs, IISc,
NITs, University Engineering colleges and Research Organizations.
The college has facility for online forum discussion with academic experts and
Industrial Specialists regarding revisions of syllabi to take care of the needs of
the Industry and to make the student employable.
1.4.3 Specify the mechanism through which alumni, employers, industry
experts and community give feedback.
The Alumni, Employers, nearby Industry, experts from Industry and the
neighborhood community are contacted on a regular basis and their opinion is
sought on changes to be made in various courses offered by the Institution.
1.4.4 What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement
measures under taken by the Institutions in ensuring effective
development of the curriculum?
Quality Sustenance and Quality Enhancement Measures

o Review, Discussion and Synthesis of the Results of Assessment:
To be useful, the assessment results are reviewed and interpreted
by faculty members in the light of the intended learning outcomes
and in the context of other evidence about the academic program,
and understanding of the results become part of a broader faculty
conversation across the academic program.




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This Step includes the following activities.
- Comparing Results to Intended Outcomes
- Expanding the Conversation
Once the key faculty members conducting the assessment are
confident of their findings, this information is brought to the
notice of all program faculty members for discussion and
interpretation.
The normal department communication systems are brought to
bear on the dissemination process: faculty meetings, committee
discussions, e-mail etc.
o Implementation of Changes:
The final step is to use the interpreted results of the assessment to
improve the academic program.
These program changes are directly tied to the results of the
assessment. This step includes all the activities:
- Using Results to Identify Needed Program Improvements.
- Beginning the Assessment Cycle.



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CRITERION II
TEACHING-LEARNING & EVALUATION
2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile
2.1.1. How does the College ensure publicity and transparency in the
admission process?
Admission Process: 70% of the admissions are done by the Convener,
EAMCET, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. The remaining 30% of the seats are
filled by the Management based on the guidelines given by Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh.
Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE), Govt. of
A.P., offers wide publicity to effect admissions into different colleges /
branches of the state for various engineering colleges through following
methods.
A detailed prospectus for admission into UG and PG Programs posted
on its Website (http://www.aspche.org).
APSCHE website presents all the information pertaining to admissions
viz., Eligibility Criteria, Admission Procedure in chronological order,
documents to be submitted by the candidates in support of their claim
for admission under different categories, fee structure College Wise
etc.,
APSCHE disseminates all the details of admission process to the public
through National and Regional News Papers, TV Channels, Local
Radio Announcements, Educational Fairs etc.,
In addition to APSCHE, the College website (http://rvrjcce.ac.in) also
provides information to prospective students and their parents which is
in strict compliance with the information on APSCHE website.
Wide publicity and maintenance of transparency of the whole exercise is thus
a joint effort of APSCHE and the College.
2.1.2. Explain in detail the process of admission put in place for UG, PG
and Ph.D. Programmes by the College. Explain the criteria for
admission (Ex. (i) merit, (ii) merit with entrance test, (iii) merit,
entrance test and interview, (iv) common test conducted by state
agencies and national agencies (v) others) followed by the College?
The State of Andhra Pradesh is having a centralized admission procedure.
Common Entrance Test EAMCET for UG and PGECET for PG are
conducted by APSCHE (a state agency), Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.
UG Admissions:
The students are admitted into four year Undergraduate (UG) programmes in
two categories.


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Category-A
The first category, Category-A (Convener Quota)
Category-A seats constitute 70% of the total seats available in the
College/branch. These seats are filled by the Convener, EAMCET.
APSCHE has well set tested regulations for admission of students for various
Colleges / branches. The admissions are made as per the procedure detailed
below:
Issue of notification- published in the leading Newspapers and websites
http://www.apsche.org/ , http://www.apeamcet.org
Online prospectus and applications
Submission of applications through Online
Conducting the entrance test and publishing the results
Preparation of consolidated merit (Rank) list
Admission procedure:
EAMCET counseling dates and schedule is notified in the websites as
well as newspapers.
Students must know the EAMCET Counseling Procedure before
appearing for it and also take mock counseling to get an idea on
selecting the college/ branch. Candidates need to select the
college/branch using EAMCET web counseling procedure.
EAMCET online Web Counseling for selecting the college/branch is
very simple to understand.
Counseling:
Verification of Certificates
Exercising Options to select the College/ branch through web
counseling by entering the EAMCET rank, name and Hall Ticket
number
Editing the options(to change the College/Branch)
Seat allotment as per the merit order and choice
Paying the fee
Reporting at the College allotted.
The admission committee oversees the entire process in order to ensure
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Category-B:
The second category, Category-B (Management quota):
Category-B seats constitute 30% of the total available seats. These seats are
filled by the College Management as per guidelines of APSCHE. Following a
definite procedure, the Management maintains total transparency in filling the
seats. The admissions are on the basis of the rank obtained in the EAMCET /
marks obtained in the qualifying Examination at +2 stage.
Gives wide publicity in the print, electronic media and website about
the availability of seats and the criteria of admission, course wise.
Receives applications and prepares a list based upon order of merit as
per the orders of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
The list of selected candidates is displayed in the notice boards and
College website.
Reporting at the College allotted
All the candidates admitted are ratified by the Govt. of A.P.
Lateral Entry:

There is a provision for Diploma / B.Sc. (MPC) Degree holders for admission
in to II/IV B.Tech. (20% seats) under Lateral Entry Scheme. The admission is
based on the ranks obtained in ECET conducted by APSCHE.
PG Admissions:
The students are admitted into the Postgraduate (PG) programmes in two
categories. The first category, Category-A seats constitute 70% of the total
seats in the Colleges/Branches. The second category, Category-B seats
constitute 30% of the total available seats.
Category-A:
Category-A seats in Engineering are filled by Convener, APSCHE based on
the GATE / PGECET rank and seats in MBA and MCA programmes based on
the ICET rank.
Category-B (Management Quota):
Following a definite procedure, the Management maintains total transparency
in filling the seats as mentioned above.
Ph.D. Admissions:
College is not offering Ph.D. programmes. However, majority of senior
faculty are acting as Guides or Co-guides for various Universities including
affiliating University Acharya Nagarjuna University.


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2.1.3. Does the College have a mechanism to review its admission process
and student profiles annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such
an analysis and how has it contributed to the improvement of the
process?
Yes, the quality of admissions are reviewed by the Academic Council each
year and compared with student quality of previous years to know the
Institution status and to take necessary measures to attract best quality in
subsequent years. The following are some of the measures taken.
The College provides generous financial support to the students
coming from Rural and low-income families.
Placement and Entrepreneur development cells are established.
Amenities like hostels, transportation, etc., are provided.
Outcome:
Better Rank Students are opting for admission.
100 % admissions

2.1.4. What are the strategies adopted to increase / improve access to
students belonging to the following categories
* SC/ST
Book Bank for SC and ST students
Poor and merit scholarship for deserving students
Additional classes for slow learners
* OBC/BC
Poor and merit scholarship for deserving students
Additional classes for slow learners
* Women
The College has good number of female students.
The institution follows the rules of Government of A.P. to maintain the
gender balance amongst the students.
The College is taking special efforts in maintaining safe and secure
environment on the campus for women. It is pertinent to note that the
Lady advisory Committee existing in the College conducts programmes
like Personality Development and encourages the girl students to
participate in NSS and cultural programmes.
Hostel accommodation for women students with a lady Doctor and
medical facilities is provided.
Separate waiting halls, sports courts, canteen, transportation, gym are
also provided.


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* Different categories of persons with disabilities
College is providing the necessary facilities to the students with disabilities.
Physically challenged students are provided with LIFT facility.
Lecture and examination halls are provided at the ground floor and all
other facilities as per norms of the State and Central Government.

* Economically weaker sections

The College provides generous financial support to the students coming from
low-income families. The amount of money disbursed in the past few years
under poor and merit scholarship is as follows.

S.No. Academic Year Number of
Students given
Scholarships
Total Amount
Paid in
Rs.
1 2013-14 155 29,30,000
2 2012-13 103 18,55,000
3 2011-12 44 6,60,000
4 2009-10 150 16,50,000

Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities
Both indoor and outdoor sports facilities are available in the College.
Outstanding sports persons are given blazers, mementos and
certificates from time to time as incentives.
Facilities are provided for Sports and extracurricular activities.
Students are encouraged to participate at the State, National and
International events by sponsoring the students. TA & DA and other
expenses are provided for the students.
Consideration is given for the attendance.

2.1.5. Furnish the number of students admitted in the College in the last
four academic years.
UG Courses:
B. Tech. Regular

Categories Year 1
(2013-14)
Year 2
(2012-13)
Year 3
(2011-12)
Year 4
(2010-11)
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC 74 41 69 34 54 35 50 38
ST 25 10 16 20 19 13 21 9
OBC/BC 218 104 180 78 146 87 139 78
General 323 270 319 213 301 194 275 187
Others -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --


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B. Tech. -Lateral Entry

Categories Year 1
(2013-14)
Year 2
(2012-13)
Year 3
(2011-12)
Year 4
(2010-11)
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC 24 04 22 4 18 4 8 6
ST 07 01 6 -- 7 -- 3 1
OBC/BC 66 12 63 24 70 21 32 13
General 31 09 25 8 29 11 10 5
Others -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

PG Courses:

M. Tech.:

Categories Year 1
(2013-14)
Year 2
(2012-13)
Year 3
(2011-12)
Year 4
(2010-11)
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male
SC 13 04 05 03 09 05 06 03
ST 02 01 02 01 02 -- 02 --
OBC/BC 20 16 18 04 18 07 13 06
General 30 29 20 25 18 11 12 14
Others -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

MCA:

Categories Year 1
(2013-14)
Year 2
(2012-13)
Year 3
(2011-12)
Year 4
(2010-11)
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male
SC 01 03 04 -- 10 01 13 05
ST -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- --
OBC/BC 19 06 17 03 26 17 21 46
General 31 32 32 38 34 30 24 28
Others -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

MBA:

Categories Year 1
(2013-14)
Year 2
(2012-13)
Year 3
(2011-12)
Year 4
(2010-11)
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male
SC 10 06 12 02 09 04 08 04
ST 02 -- 03 02 03 02 03 01
OBC/BC 23 10 29 10 32 14 20 19
General 32 16 27 22 30 25 19 22
Others -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --



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2.1.6. Has the College conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the
various programmes offered by the College? If so, indicate
significant trends explaining the reasons for increase / decrease.

The State of Andhra Pradesh is having a centralized admission procedure.
Common Entrance Test EAMCET for UG and PGECET for PG in
engineering and ICET for MBA & MCA are conducted by APSCHE (a state
agency), Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.
Based on EAMCET, PGECET and ICET ranks, the students are admitted.
2.1.7. Was there an instance of the College discontinuing a programme
during last four years? If yes, indicate the reasons.
From the academic year 2012-13, the B.Tech., Biotechnology programme is
discontinued. As per the APSCHE rules 50% of the seats are for MPC stream
and 50 % seats are for BiPC stream. The BiPC stream students have to take
separate mathematics examination in the Intermediate to get admissions in
B.Tech., Biotechnology. The students are not enlightened for this
mathematics examination at intermediate level. Thus the students have less
chance to take the admissions in Biotechnology programme. In this regard the
seats are vacant and discontinued.
From the academic year 2013-14, the M.Tech. (CAD/CAM) programme is
discontinued. Considering the strength of the faculty and opportunities in
Machine Design specialization, an M.Tech. (Machine Design) programme is
being offered from the academic year 2013-14.
2.2 Catering to Diverse Needs of Students
2.2.1. Does the College organize orientation / induction programme for
freshers? If yes, give details of the duration of programme, issues
covered, experts involved and mechanism for using the feedback in
subsequent years.
Yes. The Institute organizes a compulsory one-day orientation programme for
all students, immediately after admission. The College President and other
Management members welcome and apprise the students about the mission,
philosophy and objectives of the Institute. The Principal explains about the
distinctive features of the innovative and comprehensive scheme of Teaching
in detail. The Heads of Departments illustrate details of the subject
combinations available, semester system, continuous system of evaluation and
grading.
Conveners of committees like Anti Ragging committee, Lady Advisory
committee, etc. address the gathering and give a brief note of their action plan.
Students are taken around the campus where they are shown all the central
facilities, Departments and Laboratories.
Feedback received from freshers about orientation/induction programs is
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2.2.2. Does the College have a mechanism through which the
differential requirements of student population are analysed
after admission and before the commencement of classes? If so,
how are the key issues identified and addressed?
At the time of registration, a team of faculty members interact with the
students. Sometimes parents also join in the discussion with the team of
faculty. The faculty will identify the differential requirements of the students.
Some of the identified requirements
Language problem for rural students
Communication skills
Financial problems
Lack of fundamental principles in basic subjects
Remedial measures
Teachers consider the problems of Language and they will try to
explain the subject both in English and Telugu till the majority of the
students get accustomed to the English medium.
More number of communication skill Laboratories introduced in the
Autonomous syllabi.
The English Department organizes special classes on English
Language.
For the identified merit-cum-economically poor Students, the
Management is generous to provide the financial assistance.

2.2.3. Does the College provide bridge /Remedial /add - on courses? If
yes, how are they structured into the time table? Give details of the
courses offered, department-wise/faculty-wise?
The following are Bridge/Remedial/Add-on courses taught to the students
Department-wise
Bridge Courses:
Campus Recruitment Training Programmes are conducted by the
Training & Placement cell to improve Communication skills,
Personality Development, etc.
MSME-Business Skills Development Programme organized by the
Government of India to Develop Entrepreneur skills.
Computer Networking and hard ware, Open Source Technologies, PCB
Design Technologies are conducted.
All the above programmes are conducted during zero hours
(before/after the College hours).
Remedial Courses:
College has a streamlined mechanism for continuous monitoring and
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Slow learners, not able to cope up with the teaching in regular classes
are assisted in tutorial classes by clarifying their doubts, re-explanation
of critical topics and extra assignments to improve their performance.
Tutorial classes are incorporated in regular time table.
Some of the lectures are uploaded on the web to facilitate slow learners
to learn at their own.
Poor performance due to frequent absenteeism is dealt with by
consulting parents of the student concerned. Appropriate counseling
with additional teaching, eventually helps to make the student regular.
Bright students are given separate assignments and projects as well as
reading material on advanced topics.
National Programme for Technologically Enhanced Learning courses
are made available.
The following additional courses are taught to the students:
B.Tech.

S.No. Department Additional Courses
1. Chemical
Engineering
1. Latest simulation software like ASPEN Plus
University Package, MATLAB, TSPL.
2. Allied Technologies like Nano, Textile,
Petroleum,
3. Renewable energies like Bio-fuels, Solar, etc.
4. Novel separation techniques.

2. Civil Engineering 1. Training on Geographical Information
System is arranged
2. Field visits are arranged
3. Alternative building materials and Green
building concept are introduced
4. Various models are used for class room
instruction
3. Computer Science
and Engineering
MATLAB for implementation of projects , IBM
Rational Rose v8.6 for developing software
models , Hands on Networking & Hardware
equipment , Study of wireless channel
characteristics , Simulating modulation &
Multiplexing Schemes
4. Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
New electronic design softwares like LabVIEW,
SCILAB, HSPICE, MATLAB v7, WIPL D, CST
Studio, PROTEUS, Active HDL
5. Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
Latest software/packages like MATLAB,
PSCAD, PSPICE, MiPOWER, PSIM, EMTP
etc.


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6. Information
Technology
1. MATLAB for doing Project Work.
2. Rational Software Architecture to simulate
functionalities of an information system.
3. Hardware concepts to trouble shoot their own
PCs and to interface PC with auxiliary
devices
4. VOIP protocol architectures and J ME
concepts to develop application under mobile
computing.
7. Mechanical
Engineering
1. Training on Latest CAD package CATIA.
2. HYPERMESH software Training
3. Hands on experience in ROBOT making
4. Flexible Manufacturing System

M.Tech.

S.No Department Additional Courses
1. Computer Science
and Engineering
MATLAB for implementation of projects , IBM
Rational Rose v8.6 for developing software
models .
2. Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
Latest software/packages like MATLAB,
PSCAD, PSPICE, Mi-POWER, PSIM, EMTP,
etc.
3. Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Latest softwares and New Electronic Design
softwares like LabVIEW, WIPL D, CST
Microwave Studio.
4. Mechanical
Engineering
1. Flexible manufacturing System
2. MATLAB Training
3. Course on Futuristic Trends on Nano
Composites and their Fabrication

MBA and MCA

S.No. Department Additional Courses Taught Content
1. Management
Sciences
NSE Certification in Financial Markets
(NCFM)
2. Computer
Applications
Demonstration of Computer Hardware
components & Networking, MATLAB, etc.,

2.2.4. Has the College conducted a study on the incremental academic
growth of different categories of students; - student from
disadvantaged sections of society, economically disadvantaged,
physically handicapped and slow learners etc.? If yes, give details


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on how the study has helped the College to improve the
performance of these students.
Yes, the College has been conducting a study on the incremental academic
growth of different categories of students from their performance at the
examinations. The reports of interaction meetings and Personal Counseling
provide information about the problems of various categories of students.
Subsequent Programmes are designed to cater to their special needs.
Incremental academic growth based on
The performance in sessional examinations
The performance in End Semester examinations
The performance in laboratories
Attendance
Remedial measures
Study materials are supplied to the needy.
Remedial classes are conducted for the students who failed in any
subject, enabling them to prepare better for the supplementary
examinations.
Providing Poor and merit scholarships for economically poor students.
The above measures resulted in improvement of pass percentage.

2.2.5. How does the institution identify and respond to the learning needs
of advanced learners?
Identification Process:
The ability to come up with original ideas
High motivation levels during participation/interaction in the class
room
Willingness to do independent projects
Performance in the examinations
Strategies adopted for facilitating advance learners
Encouraging them to participate in seminars, workshops as event
managers, rapporteurs, facilitators, etc.
They are made leaders of student quality circles and student bodies
where they are encouraged to take up leadership training activities and
skill enhancement activities.
Additional Coaching for the students who are preparing for GATE,
GMAT, CAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS etc.
Encouraged to take up internship at esteemed institutions like IITs,
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2.2.6. How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled
students and ensure adherence to government policies in this
regard?
The following facilities are provided for the differently abled students.
Extra care is taken in case of differently abled students during
teaching.
Support is provided in learning process by providing extra time,
question banks and study material.
Financial assistance is provided through scholarships instituted by
Management in addition to Government support.
During examinations, special arrangements are made for their comfort.
In case of extreme physical disability, lecture/examination halls are
arranged in the ground floor.
A lift facility is being provided for the differently abled students.
Visually challenged students are provided with scribes.
Peer groups help these students to ensure their academic welfare.
All other facilities are being provided as per the norms of the state and
central Govt.
2.3. Teaching Learning Process
2.3.1. How does the College plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan and evaluation
blue print, etc.)
The faculty members of the College concentrate on teaching in addition to
research & extension services and have evolved the best possible strategies
and techniques of teaching to sustain the quality of student centric teaching-
learning processes.
Academic Calendar:
The University / College prepare an academic calendar for UG and PG
programmes separately which are displayed in the notice boards and websites.
It includes commencement of class work, last day of instruction, schedules of
sessional and End Semester examinations, preparation holidays for End
Semester examinations, etc.
Annexure : D- 2.3.1
Teaching Plan:

For each theory subject, lecture plan is prepared by the concerned
teacher to ensure that a uniform pace of teaching is maintained.
The concerned HOD monitors the syllabus progress on a regular basis
and reports the same to the Principal. Wherever, a deviation is observed,
the HOD seeks clarification from the teacher concerned. If necessary
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The course is taught in such a way that the objectives are fulfilled and is
completed as per schedule.
Efforts are made to see that each student follows the fundamentals
thoroughly.
Feedback is collected from the students for each subject. If necessary,
corrective measures are taken.
Evaluation Blue Print:

The evaluation procedure for a theory or laboratory examination is kept
transparent. The teacher issues valued answer scripts of the sectional tests to
the students with his / her comments. Discrepancies reported by any student
are rectified before the marks statement is finalized.
2.3.2. Does the College provide course outlines and course schedules
prior to the commencement of the academic session? If yes, how is
the effectiveness of the process ensured?
Yes, the College provides a handbook which contains scheme of evaluation,
examinations, regulations and course/subject objectives, outcomes & syllabus
for each course/subject prior to the commencement of academic year. Regular
staff meetings are arranged by Heads of the Departments to review the
academic progress. Teacher-Student interaction programmes and personal
counseling are conducted to improve the teaching methods and evaluation
process.

Ensuring of Effectiveness of the process:
[[Each teacher handling the subject to a class:
Informs the scope of a topic.
Informs the application of the principles involved.
Informs the number of periods allotted for a topic
Informs the name of text / reference book that is relevant for the topic.
Brings out important applications.
Tests the ability to recollect fundamentals.
Tests the depth of knowledge gained in each topic.
Encourages students to try out different ways of solving a problem.
Ensure students have understood the importance of the topic.
Conducts quizzes to evaluate the level of understanding.
Organizes lab experiments to emphasize the principles.
Provides hands on experience to student on the equipments in a lab.
Allows the students to grasp the operation of the equipment.
Arranges for study tours to industries to expose to the practices
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Encourages students to prepare technical papers on topics of interest to
permit overall personality development.
Personally instructs and trains the student on the presentation and
delivery of the topic in a student meet.
Allows the student to gain experience in identifying the probable
courses of breakdown.
Provides guidance in selecting a topic for the project work.
Supervises the work done during the project.
Informs on the cutting edge technologies of the specialization.
2.3.3. What are the courses, which predominantly follow the lecture
method? Apart from classroom interactions, what are the other
methods of learning experiences provided to students?
For each theory course, classroom lecture method is followed by using black
boards and OHP /LCD projectors. In addition to the classroom lectures,
NPTEL, DVDs/ CDs and webinars etc., are used to make the subject easily
comprehensible to the students. Every Department has been provided with
intranet/internet connectivity. e-journals has been made available by online
subscription .
Apart from classroom interaction, other methods of learning experiences
provided to the students are:
Conducting Guest lectures by eminent persons from
Institutions/Industry.
Organizing short and long industrial study tours
Encouraging the students to undergo internship.
Encouraging the students to present papers at Seminars/Conferences by
providing necessary expenses.
Providing access to e-journals and e-books
Use of Multimedia
Computer based/web based training components.
Encouraging the students to visit exhibitions/mock demonstrations
organized by industries/software companies.
2.3.4. How is learning made more student-centric? Give a list of
participatory learning activities adopted by the faculty that
contribute to holistic development and improved student learning,
besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management.
The entire academic process of planning, execution and evaluation is made
student centric. Based on the nature of the content being instructed and needs
of the students, the institution adopts a mix of different methods of teaching
like interactive-discussion, project based and seminar methods to supplement
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Lecture method:
The lecture method is used to the extent of 50-60% to explain abstract and
conceptual parts of the subject, which demand critical thinking and analysis.
Teachers present the relevant data and diagrams through power point
presentation.
Interactive method:
The lecture method of teaching is supplemented with the discussion and
interactive method, wherever needed. There is ample scope for active
participation of the students through discussions in each course. Each teacher
identifies the topic, announces it in advance and organizes seminars
accordingly.
Department of Mathematics and Humanities have introduced practicals in
their subjects to provide practical knowledge, global skills, accent training and
job skills.
Computer training to the non-circuit branches is made mandatory.
2.3.5. What is the College policy on inviting experts / people of eminence
to provide lectures / seminars for students?
The College has a policy of organizing Expert Lectures by inviting faculty
from IITs, NITs, IISc, IIITs, State & Central Universities and experts from the
Industry. The College also encourages the Departments to organize
seminars/conferences and workshops. Every Department organizes guest-
lectures by inviting eminent persons from academic institutions/industries and
at least one seminar/conference and workshop per year.
In addition to guest-lectures, plenary lectures are included in the
workshops/Seminars organized by various Departments.
2.3.6. What are the latest technologies and facilities used by the faculty
for effective teaching? Ex: Virtual laboratories, e-learning, open
educational resources, mobile education, etc.
Computer aided teaching methods, along with the traditional methods
are used to impart the subject knowledge.
Each Department is provided with adequate number of computers and
internet facility, to access and to download online journals and subject
matter
e-books and e-journals are made available through subscription.
Each Department is provided AC seminar Hall with ICT (Information
and Communication Technology) facilities to conduct guest lectures,
seminars, workshops etc.,
Each Department is provided 2/3 class rooms with LCD facility.
Some of the Departments are provided with e-class rooms and Virtual
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2.3.7. Is there a provision for the services of counsellors / mentors/
advisors for each class or group of students for academic, personal
and psycho-socio guidance? If yes, give details of the process and
the number of students who have benefitted.
Each class is monitored by one faculty member as counsellor/ mentor /
advisor. Some of the Departments are allotting one counsellor for a
group of 15-20 students.
Staff Counselor will arrange a meeting between the concerned class
teachers and the student to interact in subject matters and general
problems.
The class teacher counsels the students. While counseling,
identification of the students suffering with personal and psycho-socio
problems is done.
Staff Counselor will bring to the notice of the concerned Head of the
Department the names of such students so that he/she can analyse the
problem and provide the necessary counseling in the presence of their
parents and also in the presence of Principal if necessary.
For students who are arrogant, disobedient, mentally depressed,
irregular to the class work and have poor academic performance due to
lack of interaction with staff members as well as co-students,
counseling has been done to bring about a change in attitude.
Many wayward students did get benefitted / come out from their
personal and psycho-socio problems due to counseling/guidance.
2.3.8. Are there any innovative teaching approaches/methods/practices
adopted /put to use by the faculty during the last four years? If yes,
did they improve the learning? What methods were used to
evaluate the impact of such practices? What are the efforts made
by the institution in giving the faculty due recognition for
innovation in teaching?
Some of the teachers use the following innovative techniques in addition to
conventional lecture methods.
Project based learning:
This method is mostly used to improve the ability of application and
also to reinforce knowledge given during the lecture. Being a technical
institute, this method is extensively used to provide empirical evidence
of theory learnt. Students are asked to prepare projects involving
application of the concepts, principles or laws learnt. The teacher
guides the students at various stages of developing the project and
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Seminar method:
From time to time, the teacher involves the active (advanced learners)
students into the seminar method. A student is advised to come
prepared on a pre-assigned topic and present a seminar in the presence
of the faculty and classmates. This method is very effective in
motivating students to undertake extensive reading and develop
communication and presentation skills.
Computer-Assisted Learning:
It is one of the effective methods in teaching-learning process
particularly in core subjects. It is extensively used for visualizing,
analysing and understanding complex topics and in interpretation of
large data.
Experiential Learning:
Each Department organizes short and long industrial study tours. A
couple of teachers accompany the students and explain the various
processes which they have learnt in the classroom and adopted in the
industry.
2.3.9. How does the College create a culture of instilling and nurturing
creativity and scientific temper among the learners?
Encouraging the students to participate in seminars/conferences by
providing necessary expenses.
Model making, poster presentations and science exhibitions which are
the learning experiences, have made students move away from
dependence on rote learning. These methods have helped overcome
problems like short attention span of students and absence of social
interaction. There is a marked improvement in the creative, critical,
communication and problem solving skills of the students. Feedback
from students have revealed the success and popularity of these
methods.
Guest lectures by eminent persons from institution/industry and
interactive sessions with them help the students in creating interest in
new areas
College organizes short and long industrial study tours to help the
students in applying theoretical knowledge in day-to-day life.
Encouraging students to participate in national level cultural events.
Cash prizes to students for academic excellence and merit prizes &
medals for achievement in co-curricular & extra-curricular activities.
Group learning is encouraged.


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2.3.10. Does the College consider student projects a mandatory part of the
learning programme? If so, for how many programmes is it made
mandatory?
Yes. Project work is mandatory for all Programmes
*Number of projects executed within the College

S.No
Name of the
Department
No. of projects within the college
2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
UG / B.Tech.
1. Ch E 25 11 15 14
2. C E 24 24 23 14
3. C S E 46 43 45 48
4. E C E 35 35 35 35
5. E E E 36 38 36 36
6. I T 43 40 41 43
7. M E 33 23 25 22
PG / M.Tech.
1. CE 10 NA NA NA
2. CSE 25 25 25 25
3. ECE 18 16 -- --
4. EEE 16 15 16 16
5. ME 5 10 14 15
PG / M.B.A.
1. M.B.A. 103 115 88 89

*Names of external institutions associated with the College for student
project work

S.No Name of the
Department
Names of the External Institutions
Associated With the College
1. Chemical Engineering 1. N I T Warangal
2. Andhra University- Visakhapatnam
3. Reliance Industries Ltd.,Gadimoka,AP.
4. Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd., Vizag,AP
5. RCF Ltd., Mumbai
6. J OCIL Ltd., Dokiparru, Guntur , AP.
7. Sangam Diary, Vadlamudi, Guntur .
8. Tirumala Cotton & Agro Products Pvt.
Ltd., Thimmapuram, Guntur District.
2. Civil Engineering 1. Guntur Municipal Corporation, Guntur.
2. Irrigation Department, Govt. of AP.
3. Public Health Department, Govt. of AP.
4. Narasaraopet Municipal Corporation,
Narasaraopet.


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3. Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Research Centre Imarat, Hyderabad.
4. Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
1. Power Research and Development
Consultants Pvt. Limited, Bangalore.
2. BHEL, Hyderabad
5. Mechanical Engineering 1. Dr. Narla Tata Rao Thermal Power
Plant, Ibrahimpatnam, Krishna Dt.
2. LANCO, Kondapalli.
3. Lakshmi Ganapathi Industries, Tenali.
6. Management Sciences 1. ITC Ltd., Guntur.
2. Pepsi, Guntur.
3. Genting Lanco, Kondapalli, Krishna Dt.
4. Lakshmi Ganapathi Industries, Tenali.
5. Dr. Reddy Labs, Hyderabad.
6. HDFC Bank, Guntur.
7. RINL, Visakhapatnam.
8. CAPOL, Chirala, Prakasam District.
9. J OCIL, Dokiparru, Guntur District.
7. Computer Applications Tata Consultancy Services

*Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects
One or two batches of students are allotted to each faculty for supervising the
project work. Project reviews are conducted regularly by project evaluation
committee consisting of HOD and two other senior faculty and the students
are given proper suggestions to improve the quality of the projects.

2.3.11. What efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning /
handling computer-aided teaching/ learning materials? What are
the facilities available in the College for such efforts?
Each Department is provided sufficient number of Computers with
intranet/internet facility.
Each Department is provided AC seminar Halls with ICT facilities to
conduct guest lectures, seminars, workshops etc.,
Each Department is provided 2/3 class rooms with LCD facility.
Some of the Departments are provided with e-class rooms and Virtual
Laboratories
By conducting induction training program for young faculty.
By organizing Workshops / Conferences / FDPs.
Laboratories are equipped with modern software packages.
MOODLE, e- J ournals and e- books.


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2.3.12. Does the College have a mechanism for evaluation of teachers by
the students / alumni? If yes, how is the evaluation used in
achieving qualitative improvement in the teaching-learning
process?
Yes, College conducts teacherstudent interaction programme at regular
intervals to identify the problems in teaching learning process and general
amenities.
During Counseling oral feedback on the lecture method of teaching are
collected from students
Performance appraisal of each faculty by the students is done through
the Teacher Evaluation Questionnaire at the end of each semester for
each subject and the same will be analysed and a copy of it will be given
to the faculty member with necessary remarks for improvement if
necessary.
Alumni feed back
1. Theory or laboratory courses:
Set up a service and maintenance laboratory for the college.
Add advanced core softwares for all the branches.
Expand facilities to include new projects.
MS office to be made compulsory for all students.
Tear down and assemble back activities of various equipment.
Independent lab work and short projects as part of course work.
Encourage students to take up innovative projects.
Offer mini project for each theoretical subject.
Students to do experiments on their own on various equipment.
All laboratory work to be based on theory / class work.
Incubation centre to be opened.
2. Improvement in communication skills:
Conduct group discussions from second year onwards.
Encourage students to participate in student clubs.
Encourage students to give seminars in class.
Encourage students to participate in English lecture events.
Communication lab to be incorporated where emphasis has to be given
to mock interviews and group discussions.
Explain the importance of communication and foreign language in
professional work.
More focus on content and depth, not merely on pronunciation
Presentation and engineering report making skills.
Inter branch competitions.


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3. Industry interaction and summer training:
To conduct Industry training programmes.
Industry projects and collaborations to be taken up to raise standards.
4 to 6 sessions to be conducted for Third and Fourth year students by
personnel from industry.
More visits to manufacturing industries to gain practical knowledge.
Student internship to be provided.
Making students to interact with alumni members working in their field
of interest.
Faculty to get projects from industries and to share these with students to
give them practical exposure.
4. Others if any:
Encourage student clubs to frequently update the current trends with
respect to all aspects and market for their specialization.
Implement GATE coaching from third year onwards.
Give exposure to various international standards / codes/ specifications
related to design and manufacturing of various products.
International curriculum (Basic level) to be added in final year courses.
Regular guest sessions from people in the technical industry.
Problem solving in real life applications of theory.
Encourage students to participate in international conferences.
Making assignments & seminars on advanced topics in related subjects.
Encourage students from rural background to have all-round
development.
Encourage students to design and manage all events of the college under
the guidance of teachers.
2.3.13 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the
curriculum within the Planned time frame and calendar? If yes
elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional
approaches to overcome these.
The College puts all efforts to complete the curriculum according to the
academic calendar. If there is any loss of the working days due to strikes /
bundhs and other disturbances, these will be compensated by making Sundays
and second Saturdays as working days.
2.3.14 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning
process?
Central Library:
The Central library is fully established with a comprehensive collection of
books and documents useful for the faculty, research scholars and students.


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The College has given top priority for the overall development of its library,
both in terms of volumes as well as the services. Presently, the library has a
total collection of 91,548 books apart from a good number of books in
Department libraries. It currently subscribes to 111 Indian
J ournals/Magazines, 03 foreign journals and 10 newspapers. It has around
3000 Project Reports, 4784 back volumes of J ournals.
No. of Titles 27120
No. of Volumes 91548
Total journals/magazines 114
Foreign 03
Indian 111
Total No. of Back Volumes 4784
Total No. of Project Reports 3000
Total No. C.Ds 3267
Department-wise Total of Books in the Central Library is listed below:
S.No Department Books Journals/Magazines
Titles Volumes Foreign Indian Total
1 Bio Technology 339 804 -- -- --
2 Chemical Engineering 489 1800 -- 07 07
3 Civil Engineering 3252 10025 -- 09 09
4 Computer Science and
Engineering
5246 14335 -- 01 01
5 Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
2469 9919 -- 05 05
6 Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
1356 6855 -- 02 02
7 Information Technology 2250 6248 -- -- --
8 Mechanical Engineering 2419 14755 -- 05 05
9 Sciences And Humanities 2530 11204 -- 10 10
10 Master Of Business
Administration
3264 6820 01 35 36
11 Master Of Computer
Applications
2648 7095 -- 06 06
12 Others 858 1688 02 31 33
Total 27120 91548 3 111 114
The following e-J ournals are subscribed with an amount of Rs. 16,46,420/-
(Rupees sixteen lakhs forty six thousand and four twenty only).These can be
accessed through intranet in the central library, Departmental libraries, boys &
girls hostels and city centre.


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S.No Name of the Publisher WEBSITE
Back
file
access
since
1 IEEE http://www.ieee.org/ieeexplore 2000
2. ASME http://asmedl.aip.org 2000
3 ASCE http://ascelibrary.org 1983
4 SPRINGER
(ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS
& COMPUTER SCIENCE)
www.springerlink.com 1997
5 MCGRAW HILL
ACCESS
ENGINEERING
http://2.accessengineeringlibrary.com
6 J -GATE
(ENGINEERING /
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE)
http://www.j-gateplus.com
7 ELSEVIER http://www.sciencedirect.com 2000
Departmental Library:

In addition to College Central Library, all the Departments are having
Departmental libraries with adequate material and books to carryout course
instruction of the prescribed curriculum. The Departmental libraries are
equipped with the following:
Prescribed and Reference books recommended for each subject
Question banks & previous question papers of each subject
e- journals
Laboratory manuals and CDs of lectures
Copies of technical papers
Student project reports
Research publications and papers presented by faculty at conferences.
All teachers encourage students to tap into the vast resources available in the
library to improve their knowledge base. The library also has a vast collection
of books for preparing for competitive examinations like GATE, GRE,
TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, CAT, etc. to enable the students to face these exams
boldly and confidently.
The Departmental Library has sufficient titles for the benefit of Students.
These learning resources are optimally used by both faculty and students to
enhance their knowledge in various key areas and carryout further work in the
areas of their interest. The books are issued for both staff and students for one
day.

S.No. Department Books CDs
Chemical Engineering 380
Civil Engineering 307


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Computer Science Engineering 1227 797

Electronics and Communication Engg. 449
Electrical and Electronics Engg. 631
Information Technology 395

Mechanical Engineering 748

Management Sciences 65

Computer Applications 373
Total 3732

City Centre library:
The City Centre Library has been opened to cater to the needs of students
living in the city and the books can be browsed till late into the night and on
all days
2.3.15 How does the institution continuously monitor, evaluate and report
on the quality of teaching, teaching methods used, classroom
environments and the effect on student performance.
All Departments conduct teacher student interaction programme in each
subject in the presence of Head of the Department, Staff and Students, to
identify the problems in teachinglearning process and general amenities.
Each class is assigned to one of the faculty members. He will conduct
the counseling and interaction at periodic intervals, on all matters -
academic, career, personal, social, psychological and other problems
with help of the Head of the Department and other faculty members.
Parents are informed regarding the attendance and internal marks of
students regularly. The students meet their counsellors whenever they
have any difficulty to discuss their problems and seek guidance in
solving them.
The performance appraisal of each faculty is done at the end of each
semester for each subject and the same will be analysed and a copy of it
will be given to the faculty with necessary remarks for improvement if
necessary.
In addition to the above , long term actions like sponsoring the faculty
to refresher courses, workshops, FDPs and orientation programs
organized by reputed institutes are taken to improve the quality.
2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 What is the faculty strength of the College? How many positions
are filled against the sanctioned strength? How many of them are
from outside the state?
The faculty strength of the College is 223.
Sanctioned strength : 223
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2.4.2 How are the members of the faculty selected?
In order to ensure quality in teaching, the College is following an appropriate
procedure in recruiting the faculty members. The Selection procedure and
Rules are as follows:
Selection Procedure & Rules
The qualifications required for filling a posts shall be determined by
taking into consideration the norms prescribed by Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh / Affiliating University (ANU) /AICTE / UGC.
Posts will be filled by open advertisement in national Newspapers in
conformity with University Rules and Regulations.
All Faculty positions shall be filled up by open competition. The selection
will be based on the recommendations of the University Staff Selection
Committee duly constituted as per the norms of the Affiliating University.
All temporary and adhoc appointments shall be based on the
recommendations of the College Staff Selection Committee duly
constituted by Executive Body/Governing Body from time to time.
Any other instruction given, or rule prescribed, from time to time, by
Govt. of Andhra Pradesh/Affiliating University/AICTE/UGC regarding
selection procedure will automatically form part of the rules/procedure of
selection.
2.4.3 Furnish details of the faculty

Highest
qualification
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor Total
Male Female Male Female Male Female
Permanent Teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt - - - - - - -
Ph.D. 23 3 17 2 5 3 53
M.Phil. - - 1 1 5 4 11
PG - - 22 8 80 44 154
Temporary Teachers
Ph.D. - - - - - - -
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG / UG - - - - 3 2 5
Part-Time Teachers
Ph.D. - - - - - - -
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG / UG - - - - - - -

2.4.4. What percentage of the teachers has completed UGC-CSIR-NET,
UGC-NET, and SLET exams? In that what percentage of teachers
are with PG as highest qualification?
Not Applicable


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2.4.5. Does the College encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment?
Provide the following departments-wise details.
Yes, the College encourages diversity by recruiting faculty from all the places
of the state and also from other states.
Department
% of faculty
who are
product of the
same College
% of faculty
from other
Colleges within
the State
% of
faculty
from other
States
% of
Faculty
from
abroad
Chemical Engg. 0 81.81 18.18 --
Civil Engineering 47.4 47.4 5.31 --
Computer Science and
Engineering
33.33 45.83 20.83 --
Electronics and
Communication Engg
8.696 91.30 34.78 --
Electrical and Electronics
Engg.
34.78 47.82 17.39 --
Information Technology 34.78 52.18 13.04 --
Mechanical Engg. 27.27 45.45 27.27 --
Mathematics &
Humanities
-- 100 -- --
Computer Applications -- 100 -- --
Management Sciences 10.00 90.00 -- --
Physics -- 100 -- --
Chemistry -- 77.8 22.2 --
2.4.6. Does the College have the required number of qualified and
competent teachers to handle all the courses for all departments?
If not, how do you cope with the requirements? How many faculty
members were appointed during the last four years?
Yes, The College has the required number of qualified and competent teachers
to handle all the courses.
Number of Faculty recruited during the past four years:
Academic Year No. of Faculty
2013-14 10
2012-13 32
2011-12 7
2010-11 20
2.4.7. How many visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College?
NIL
2.4.8. What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (e.g.:
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national/international conferences/Seminars, in-service training,
organizing national/international conferences etc.)
The College extends its support in all aspects to improve the quality of the
faculty. The faculty is encouraged to participate in training programmes
/work- shops/seminars/conferences/FDPs to update/develop skills.
Research grants:
The College Management encourages the faculty by providing research grants
and also encourages the faculty to apply in order to get research grants from
funding agencies like AICTE, UGC, and DST. The College Management
offers incentives to the faculty who obtained the research grants from the
funding agencies.
Study Leave:
Based on the requirements of the individual Departments and the
recommendations of the Principal, the Executive body/Governing body may
grant Study Leave to staff members for higher studies.
Nomination to National/International conferences/Seminars:
The College encourages the faculty to attend National /International
conferences /Seminars by providing financial assistance and special leave.
In-service training:
The College organizes various Faculty Development Programmes like
Induction Training Programmes for newly appointed teachers and also
encourages faculty to attend training programmes conducted at various
institutions/industries to enrich their knowledge.
Organizing National / International conferences:
The College encourages all the Departments to organize
conferences/seminars/workshops / exhibitions by providing financial
assistance. The College Management offers incentives to the faculty who are
organizing seminars /conferences /work-shops / Faculty Development
Programmes funded by agencies like AICTE, UGC, DST, etc.,
2.4.9. Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognitions for
excellence in teaching at the state, national and international level
during the last four years.
Dr. M. Venkateswara Rao, Prof & HoD of Chemical Engg. , Convener,
IIChE RVR & J CCE Student Chapter,has been bestowed with the
AMBUJ As Best Student Chapter Award-1
st
Prize for the year 2011
and 2
nd
Prize for the year 2012 by the Indian Institute of Chemical
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Dr. T. Sunil Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical
Engineering received prestigious M.P. Chary Memorial Medal Award
from Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Kolkata in S-CHEMCON
2010 for his presentation on an advanced topic in Chemical
Engineering.
Dr. Kolla Srinivas, Professor in Mechanical Engineering, received the
Corps of Mechanical and Electrical Gold Medal for his paper titled
Optimum Design of Axial Flow gas Turbine stage using Genetic
Algorithms in the 20
th
Indian Engineering Congress of the Institution
of Engineers (India) held at Kolkata.
Dr. C V Subrahmanyam, Associate Professor of Chemical
Engineering, received Dayabhai Vadalia Memorial Award by Oil
Technology Association India.

2.4.10. Provide the number of faculty who have undergone staff
development programmes during the last four years. (Add any
other programme if necessary)

D
e
p
a
r
t
m
e
n
t
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Refres
her
course
s
HRD
program
mes
Orienta
tion
program
es
Staff
training
conducte
d by the
College
Staff training
conducted by
University/ot
her colleges
Summer
/ winter
schools,
worksho
ps, etc.
Any
other
please
specify
Chemical Engg -- -- -- 11 4 1
Civil Engg -- -- -- -- -- 12 --
C.S.E. -- -- 11 5 9 23 4
E.C.E. 03 05 -- 8 -- 16 --
E.E.E. -- --- 1 1 22 71 --
Information
Technology
-- -- 1 1 9 68 --
Mechanical
Engineering
11 5 30 14 18 17 24
Mathematics &
Humanities
-- -- -- 2 7 10 -
Computer
Applications
-- 1 -- 7 1 29 --
Management
Sciences
1 -- -- - 10 4 --
Physics -- 2 -- -- -- 8 7
Chemistry -- -- 2 2 -- 14


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2.4.11. What percentage of the faculty have
been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external professional agencies
Department Percentage of Faculty
Chemical Engineering 9.09
Civil Engineering 21
Computer Science and Engineering 7.69
Electronics and Communication Engg 17.39
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 4.34
Information Technology 3
Mechanical Engineering 15
Computer Applications 7.14
Management Sciences 50
Physics 50
Participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
recognized by national/ international professional bodies
Department Percentage of Faculty
Chemical Engineering 72.2
Civil Engineering 42
Computer Science and Engineering 88.46
Electronics and Communication Engg 86.95
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 78.26
Information Technology 78.26
Mechanical Engineering 90.90
Mathematics & Humanities 100
Computer Applications 85.71
Management Sciences 100
Physics 75
Chemistry 77
*Presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional agencies
Department Percentage of Faculty
Chemical Engineering 54.54
Civil Engineering 15.60
Computer Science and Engineering 42.3
Electronics and Communication Engg 65.21
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 30.43
Information Technology 07
Mechanical Engineering 54.54
Mathematics & Humanities 80
Computer Applications 100


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Management Sciences
100
Physics
84
Chemistry
11
Teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and
others ( in percentages)
Department
National
Institutions
Other
Universities
Others
Chemical Engineering -- 9.09 45.45
Civil Engineering -- 5.3 21.00
Computer Science and Engineering -- -- 50.00
Electronics & Communication Engg --- 13.04 ---
Electrical and Electronics Engg -- 52.17 13.04
Information Technology -- -- 69.56
Mechanical Engineering 3.03 9.09 48.48
Mathematics & Humanities -- -- 100.00
Computer Applications -- -- 71.43
Management Sciences 10 60.00
*Industrial engagement
Department Percentage of Faculty
Chemical Engineering
27.27
Civil Engineering 31.6
Computer Science and Engineering
7.69
Electronics and Communication Engg
--
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
17.39
Information Technology
17.39
Mechanical Engineering 45.45
Mathematics & Humanities
--
*International experience in teaching
Department Percentage of Faculty
Electronics and Communication Engg. 4.34
Management Sciences
10.00
2.4.12. How often does the College organize academic development
programmes for its faculty, leading to enrichment of teaching-
learning process?
*Curricular Development
The College conducts Induction Training Programmes for the newly
recruited Faculty once in a year to orient themselves to the institutional
philosophy and Practices.
The College Management also encourages Faculty Development
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Some of the Departments organize Faculty Development Programmes
by getting funds from ISTE, AICTE, UGC, DST, etc.,
*Teaching-Learning methods
All the faculty members make use of different methods to ensure effective
Teaching Learning activities. The lecture method constitutes a major part of
the teaching exercise owing to the students who hail from rural areas in
general and slow learners in particular. However every teacher incorporates
time tested teaching practices which make the classes more effective,
interesting and student-centric.
All the faculty members maintain their respective course files that
includes the course objectives & outcomes, syllabus including
prescribed and reference text books,Lesson plan, previous question
papers, assignment and sessional question papers, lecture notes etc.
Faculty members use e-learning tools such as CDs/DVDs, Internet, and
Power Point etc., in all courses.
Field trips to industries, exhibitions etc., so as to update the skills of
faculty as well as the students.
The College motivates the Departments to organize Faculty
Development Programmes /Workshops/Seminars/Conferences on a
regular basis where the faculty can upgrade their intra as well as inter
personal skills.
*Examination reforms
There are significant reforms in Examination system.
Credit system was introduced for the benefit of the students.
Quizzes / surprise tests /Project works and assignments are made part
of evaluation.
*Content / knowledge management
Teaching is a profession of knowledge management. Teachers use technology
to design projects and communicate with students on site or off site. They
create knowledge systems of projects. They use knowledge systems for
collaboration with students and colleagues. In the process teachers become
professionals. How to teach becomes a science and takes precedence over
what is taught, Taking education into the twenty-first century.
Faculty are:
Trained and encouraged to participate in workshops/conferences /
seminars & prepare project proposals and thus carryout extension of
their learning.
Motivated to apply their acquired knowledge by designing and
fabricating working models, developing softwares etc.
Encouraged to contribute technical articles on recent developments to
improve written skills.


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Involved in research activities like collection of data, analysis &
interpretation and making sensible conclusions.
*Any other (please specify)
As a part of teaching, the faculty identify the slow learners of the class and
help them in improving their academics by providing special coaching, giving
home assignments, conducting remedial classes and counsel them for
excelling.
2.4.13. What are the teaching innovations made during the last five years?
How are innovations rewarded?
During the past five years the faculty altered their regular teaching plans by
implementing novelty methods in teaching as follows
Lesson Plans are prepared by the concerned teachers prior to the
beginning of the semester and are notified to the students at the
commencement of the semester.
The faculty have been using web resources such as MOODLE
effectively to upload course materials, to conduct online quizzes etc.
A good number of video lessons (NPTEL & MIT) are available and they
are being used for the better understanding of the subjects.
Teachers prepare lecture materials incorporating the audio visual
methods. Many such lecture outlines are also given to the students as
reading materials and LCDs are used in all the courses for teaching.
HOD periodically monitors teachers dairy and lesson plans and suggest
corrective measures for deviations if any.
Innovations are rewarded in the form of incentives and appreciation
letters.
2.4.14. Does the College have a mechanism to encourage?
Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?
The management / Principal encourages faculty to share their expertise with
other institutions.
Faculty exchange programmes with national and international
bodies? If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching quality of
the faculty?
At present there is no Faculty Exchange Programme.


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2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1. How does the College ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of
the evaluation processes that are operative?
Complete transparency is maintained in the evaluation system. The
institution invites participation of the stakeholders from time to time in
its various evaluative processes to make them aware of the procedure.
At the time of registration, the students are provided with a printed hand
book which contains Regulations, Schemes of Instructions,
Examination, Evaluation, Grades and Programme Objectives&
Outcomes along with the Syllabus.
The HOD or a representative of HOD will address the students on the
day of admission and explain in detail the system which the College is
following, regarding regulations and continuous assessment.
The system of continuous assessment and evaluation is also displayed in
the College website.
The College website hosts various aspects of the credit based semester
system, schedules of Sessional & End Semester Examinations.
The examination cell also provides all the necessary information
regarding various aspects of the evaluation process. For Ex: Qualifying
Marks, credit system, etc.
2.5.2. What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the College
and to what extent have they been implemented in the College?
Cite a few examples which have positively impacted the evaluation
management system?
The College has initiated a major evaluation reform. Five marks are
allotted for attendance in the respective theory subjects in a graded
manner. Five marks earmarked for quiz/online examination/surprise
class tests by the concerned teacher in the respective theory subjects so
that the students can themselves update their grasp of the subjects
regularly. This has created a positive impact on attendance and the
results.
Credit based semester system is introduced for the benefit of the
students to get admissions into foreign universities.
Project Seminars, Assignment and attendance are made part of
evaluation.
To conduct the examinations in a free and fair manner, jumbling system
in seating arrangement in the examination halls is adopted.
For Post Graduate courses the evaluation pattern prescribed by the
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2.5.3. What measures have been taken by the institution for continuous
evaluation of students and ensuring their progress and improved
performance?
Continuous assessment is made through Seminar presentations, quiz / online
examination / surprise tests, practical / laboratory work, project works,
Sessional Examinations, End Semester Examinations, etc.
Continuous Assessment:
The College follows semester system with two Sessional and
Assignment tests in each semester, one at the middle and the other
after the end of academic session.
After every sessional examination, the corrected answer scripts with
concerned teachers comments are distributed to the students. Any
discrepancies reported by any student are rectified before the marks
statement is finalized.
The evaluation for Laboratory covers work consists of a weightage of
25 marks for day to day laboratory work including record work and 15
marks for internal laboratory examination and Viva-Voce examination.
Monitoring Mechanism:
The performance of the student is monitored through various methods.
Students progress on campus is based on two factors: regularity and
performance in the examinations. The College has an effective and automated
Student Information System (SIS) for tracking the students attendance as well
as performance in sessional tests conducted during the semester. Attendance
reports of every Department are consolidated, day wise and month wise. These
reports are communicated to the parents. Parents can access their wards
information through College website.
Students, who fall short of the minimum required attendance of 75% are
cautioned periodically by the faculty counsellor as well as the concerned
HOD. The statement indicating the overall attendance of all students is
displayed on the notice board so that they may strive to bridge the gap. If the
attendance is less than 75 %, it will be informed to the parents with a request
to meet the HOD to initiate corrective measures.
If a student fails to attend the College for two consecutive days /
examinations, his / her parents are intimated immediately.
Results of End Semester examination are made available on the College
website.
2.5.4. What percentage of marks is earmarked for continuous internal
assessment? Indicate the mechanisms strategized to ensure rigour
of the internal assessment process?
Percentage of marks earmarked:
Forty percent marks in UG courses and Thirty percent marks in PG courses
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awarded to the student based on the performance in Sessional Examinations,
Seminar presentations, quiz/online examination/surprise tests, Practical
Work, Project works, etc. This keeps the student more occupied with the
course work throughout the semester.

Strategies :

Distribution of Marks:
Nature of the subject
Sessional
Marks
End Semester
Exam. Marks
Theory /Design
Drawing/Practical
40

60

Project work 80 120 (Viva voce)

The split up of marks for sessional (based on internal assessment) and End
Semester Examination is as follows:
In each of the Semesters, there shall be two Mid Term examinations and two
Assignment Tests in every theory subject. The Sessional marks for the
midterm examinations shall be awarded giving a weightage of 15 marks out
of 18 marks (80% approx.) to that midterm examination in which the student
scores more marks and the remaining 3 marks (20% approx.) for other
midterm examination in which the student scores less marks. Similarly a
weightage of 10 marks (80% approx.), out of 12 marks earmarked for
assignment tests shall be given for the assignment in which the student scores
more marks and remaining 2 marks (20% approx.) shall be given for the
assignment test in which the student scores less marks.

Five marks are allotted for attendance in the respective theory subjects in a
graded manner as indicated. The remaining 5 marks out of the 40 marks
earmarked for the internal evaluation are awarded based on quiz/online
examination by the concerned teacher in the respective theory subjects.
The evaluation for Laboratory course work consists of a weightage of 25
marks for day to day laboratory work including record and 15 marks for
internal laboratory examination including Viva-Voce examination.
Note : A student who is absent for any Assignment / Mid Term Exam, for any
reason shall be deemed to have scored zero marks in that Test / Exam and no
make-up test / Exam shall be conducted.
A student who could not secure a minimum of 50% aggregate sessional marks
is not eligible to appear for the End Semester examination and shall have to
repeat that semester.
Laboratory / Practical Classes:

In any semester, a minimum of 90 percent of the experiments / exercises
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student and get the record certified by the concerned Head of the Department,
to be eligible to face the End Semester Examination in that Practical subject.

Attendance Considerations:

Regular course of study means a minimum average attendance of 75% in all
the subjects computed by totalling the number of hours / periods of lectures,
design and / or drawing, practicals and project work as the case may be, held
in every subject as the denominator and the total number of hours / periods
actually attended by the student in all the subjects, as the numerator.
A weightage in sessional marks up to a maximum of 5 marks out of 40 marks
in each theory subject shall be given for those students who put in a minimum
of 75% attendance in the respective theory in a graded manner as indicated
below:
Attendance of 75% and above but less than 80% - 1 mark
Attendance of 80% and above but less than 85% - 2 marks
Attendance of 85% and above but less than 90% - 4 marks
Attendance of 90% and above - 5 marks

Condonation of shortage in attendance may be recommended on genuine
medical grounds up to a maximum of 10%, provided the student puts in at
least 65% attendance calculated as given above and the Principal is satisfied
with the genuineness of the reasons and the conduct of the student.

A student who could not satisfy the minimum attendance requirements as
given above, in any semester, is not eligible to appear for the End Semester
Examinations and shall have to repeat that semester.

In case of Project Work, the sessional marks shall be awarded based on the
weekly progress, performance in the two Seminars and the Project Report
submitted at the end of the semester. The allotment of sessional marks for
Seminars and daily class / lab work shall be 30 and 50 respectively.
2.5.5. Does the College adhere to the declared examination schedules? If
not, what measures have been taken to address the delay?
Yes, the College adheres to its declared examination schedule.

2.5.6. What is the average time taken by the College for declaration of
examination results? Indicate the mode / media adopted by the
College for the publication of examination results e.g., website,
SMS, email, etc.

The average time taken to declare the examination result is 15-20 days from
the day of the last End Semester examination. The result is initially released
on the College website. The statement of grades is provided to the students
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2.5.7 Does the College have an integrated examination platform for the
following processes?

Yes, the College has an integrated examination platform for the following
processes
*Pre-examination processes :
Time table generation, student list generation, invigilators, squads, attendance
sheet, etc.
The date of commencement of End Semester Examination is finalized in
consultation with the staff council and also the dates specified in the
academic calendar. The time table is generated accordingly and displayed.
Nominal rolls of the candidates who satisfy the conditions of promotion
are generated to make arrangements for seating plan and attendance sheet.
Internal squad duty and room wise invigilation duty is assigned by the
Chief Superintendent.
Two / Three External squad members are appointed by the
Dean/Controller, Examinations to conduct the End Semester examination
in a free and fair manner.
*Examination process Examination material management, logistics:
The question papers are handed over to the invigilators in the examination hall
by the Assistant Chief Superintendent / internal squads.
*Post examination process attendance capture, generic result processing
and certification:
Absentees statement is prepared branch wise for each paper.
The answer scripts are sealed branch wise under the supervision of Chief
Superintendent and handed over to the Dean/Controller of Examinations.
The answer scripts are coded and spot valuation is organized for the
evaluation of answer scripts. Valued answer scripts are scrutinized and
marks are entered against the code number (already entered along with
registered number while the valuation is in progress).
The data is processed and verified by the Special Section (Exams) and the
results are generated. Grafting is exercised as per norms and final result
along with Grade is given. Statement of Grades is issued to the students.

2.5.8. Has the College introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation
process?
The College is not offering any Ph.D. programme at present.


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2.5.9. What efforts are made by the College to streamline the operations
at the Office of the Dean/Controller of Examinations? Mention any
significant efforts which have improved process and functioning of
the examination division/section?
Office of the Dean / Controller of Examinations is an autonomous body
which is fully streamlined.
The office has been revamped to cope up with the increased load and to
work efficiently. There is a separate section namely Special section
(Examination) which deals with the examination process. All necessary
computing facilities and software is provided for this section so that the
preparation of question papers, generation of marks, printing of statement
of Grades is done confidentially
A) Functions of Dean/Controller of examination office [Special section
(Exams)]
Setting of question paper, Printing and Packing of the question papers.
The question papers are handed over to the Chief Superintendents office.
Receiving the answer scripts from the Chief Superintendents office as
soon as the examination is over.
Coding the Answer scripts.
Valued answer scripts are scrutinized and marks are entered against the
code number (already entered along with registered number while the
valuation is in progress).
The Data is processed and verified by the Dean/Controller of
Examination office and the results are generated. Grafting is exercised as
per norms and final result along with Grades is prepared.
Declaration of examination results through College website
Memorandum of Statement of Grades and Provisional certificates
are prepared. Records are submitted to the University for Certification.
B) Chief Superintendents office.
The required material such as the answer scripts and the question papers are
procured from the Dean/Controller of Examination before the commencement
of the examinations.
Under the supervision of Chief Superintendent, Examination Section
conducts all examinations and monitors the invigilation work.
The answer scripts are sealed branch wise under the supervision of
Chief Superintendent and handed over to the Dean/Controller of
Examinations.
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2.5.10. What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference
to evaluation?

The College follows a transparent evaluation system. The evaluated answer
scripts of every sessional examination with comments are distributed to the
students. All the students have easy access to the teachers and can seek
clarification regarding the scheme of evaluation. Any discrepancies reported
by any student are rectified before the marks statement is finalized
Any grievance in the End Semester examinations is addressed to the
Dean/Controller of Examination. The redressal of grievances regarding
evaluation of the End Semester examination is available in two ways viz.
Recounting of Marks and Revaluation of answer script. Therefore the student
may either opt for verification of marks or revaluation of the whole answer
book. The student may submit his/her application within stipulated period
from the date of announcement of results to the office of the Examination
section.
The Answer script is Recounted /Revaluated by the expert appointed by
Dean/Controller of Examination. The results of recounting/revaluation are
announced through website.
2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1. Does the College have clearly stated learning outcomes for its
programmes? If yes, give details on how the students and staff are
made aware of these?
Yes, the College has a clearly stated the learning objectives and
outcomes of each programme which are printed in the hand book and
also posted in the College website.
At the beginning of every academic year the outcomes are reviewed in
the staff meeting to familiarize the outcomes by the staff.
The faculty explains the outcomes expected by the students in the
orientation classes to make them aware of the same.
2.6.2. How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes?
During the preparation of lecture plan, the discussion in the classroom,
question paper setting, conduct of Sessional & End Semester
examinations and the evaluation process, proper care is taken to achieve
the defined outcomes.
The College organizes co-curricular and extra-curricular activities to
enrich the outcomes.
The student learning outcomes in curricular activities is monitored by
the teacher through student performance in the classroom during the
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Regular assignments and surprise tests are conducted to monitor the
progress of the student.
Tutor-ward system is followed; the assigned faculty member monitors
the performance of the students and maintains the record of the students
in the register.
The evaluated reports are discussed in the staff meetings and
appropriate measures are taken care.
2.6.3. How does the institution collect and analyse data on student
learning outcomes and use it for overcoming barriers of learning?
The College has an effective and automated Student Information
System for tracking the students attendance as well as performance in
sessional tests conducted during the semester.
A faculty member in-charge of each section collects the academic data
of the students in the internals as well as at the end semester
examination.
The Departments conduct class interaction & personal counseling; the
suggestions from the students are discussed at length in the
Departmental staff meetings. Necessary measures are taken to ensure
greater excellence in teaching/ learning process.
From the collected information and their performance in the sessional
examination, slow and advanced learners are identified and remedial
coaching is arranged during zero hours. Personal attention is also paid
to the identified slow learners. Counseling is also conducted in the
presence of their parents if necessary.
The Department also collects the feedback from the students at the end
of each semester to know about the teaching / learning of each subject
through a questionnaire. Necessary measures are taken to ensure
improvement in teaching / learning process in future.
Feedback from alumni is also obtained through a questionnaire. The
information is used to take proper remedial measures in the teaching
methodology and making certain facilities more student-friendly to
achieve the defined outcomes.
Financial barriers for economically backward students are taken care by
the Management, alumni, philanthropists and Staff-instituted
scholarships.
2.6.4. Give Programme -wise details of the pass percentage and
completion rate of students.
*Pass percentage: B.Tech.
S. No Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)
1 Chemical Engineering 86.36 85.71 71.19 84.62
2 Civil Engineering 76.5 81.25 68.75 61.1
3 Computer science and Engg 84.96 86.01 86.71 85.71


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4 Information Technology 70.67 79.13 82.22 86.46
5 Electronics & communication
Engg
96.24 94.44 90.44 91.66
6 Electrical & Electronics Engg 86.36 90.28 88.9 87.87
7 Mechanical Engineering 84.85 90.15 70.83 78.03
M.Tech.
S. No Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)
1 Computer Science and Engg 96 100 96 87.5
2 Electronics and
communication Engineering
94.44 -- -- --
3 Electrical &Electronics Engg 93.75 100 100 100
4 Mechanical Engineering 84.85 90.15 70.83 78.03
MBA & MCA
S. No Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)
1 Management Sciences 95 95.56 97.78 97.78
2 Computer Applications 86.23 95 95.53 96.66
*Completion rate of students :
B.Tech.
S. No Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)
1. Chemical Engineering 90.90 87.14 79.66 87.18
2. Civil Engineering 87.8 89.6 72.9 79.2
3. Computer Science & Engg 92.48 92.30 96.50 97.61
4. Information Technology 84.21 91.36 93.33 93.23
5. Electronics and
communication Engineering
96.99 94.44 94.85 94.69
6. Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
91.67 95.14 90.27 90.91
7. Mechanical Engineering 88.64 95.45 81.25 85.65
M.Tech.
S. No Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)
1. Computer science and
Engineering
96 100 96 100
2. Electronics and
communication Engineering
94.44 -- -- --
3. Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
100 100 100 100
4. Mechanical Engineering 88.64 95.45 81.25 85.61


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MBA & MCA
S.
No
Branch (2012-13) (2011-12) (2010-11) (2009-10)

Management Sciences 95 95.56 97.78 97.78

Computer Applications 80.34 87.15 89.17 97.5

Any additional information regarding Teaching, Learning and
Evaluation, which the institution would like to include.

The College gives more importance to value-based education. To
enhance the value based education Ethics and human values subject is
introduced in the core part of all programmes.
College is also concentrates on clean and green Environment. To
enlighten the students regarding environmental pollution and its impact,
the subject Environmental Studies is introduced as core subject in all
the programmes.
The faculty of the College is fully aware of the fact that teaching entails
not just imparting curricular knowledge and arranging extra-curricular
activities, but also the development of integrated personality to prepare
the students to meet the challenges of life ahead.
The College arranges seminars, study tours, excursions, field work,
debate competitions, annual functions, welcome and farewell functions
etc. to give the students adequate exposure and to inculcate lifelong
learning.



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CRITERION - III
INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
3.1 Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Does the College have a research committee to monitor and
address the issues of research? If yes, what is its composition?
Mention a few recommendations which have been implemented
and their impact?

Yes, a research committee has been set up to monitor the research
activities of the college.

1. Dr.A.Sudhakar, Principal -- Chairman
2. Dr.K.S.Sairam, Prof. & HOD-CE -- Convener
3. Dr.K.Chandrasekhar, Prof. & HOD-EEE -- Member
4. Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao, Prof. & HOD-ChE-- Member
5. Dr.K.Ravindra, Prof. & HOD-ME -- Member

The following are the functions of the committee.
To identify thrust areas of research.
To advise and encourage the faculty to carry out research.
To encourage and motivate faculty to undertake research projects and
to go through the proposals before submitting them to funding
agencies.
To identify the physical and human resources to carryout research.
To identify the budgetary requirements and resources for funding the
research.
To periodically review the progress of research and offer necessary
guidance whenever required.
To monitor funding from college budget for promotion of research
activities.
To scrutinize minor and major research project proposals for sponsored
project funding organizations such as UGC, AICTE, DST, DRDO etc.
To monitor and assess the progress of sponsored research projects.
To review and monitor academic Ph.D work.
To advise and arrange seminars / conferences / workshops.
To establish technology incubation centers.
To see that the results of research lead to patenting/product
generation/solving some of societal problems.
Impact of the recommendations:
Some faculty members have registered for Ph.D in various reputed academic
institutes and are carrying out research in various thrust areas.


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The following research projects sponsored by various funding agencies are
currently in progress:

S.
No
Name
of agency/
industry
Schem
e
Name of the
Investigator & Dept.
Details of
Project
Year of
sanction
Amount
Sanctioned
in Rupees
1. UGC MRP Dr.R.Srinivasa Rao,
Dept of Maths &
Humanities
Right Jacobson
Radicals for
Right Near-
Ringh.
2011 6,88,000
2. UGC MRP Dr. A. Sudhakar
Dept. of Electronics
& Communication
Engg
Analysis and
measurements of
Ultra Wide Band
Signal
Attenuation
Through Typical
Building
Materials
2013 9,02,800
3. UGC MRP Dr.K.Chandra
Sekhar
Dept of Electrical &
Electronics Engg
Control
Technique for
Duel Inverter
Fed Open End
Winding
Induction Motor
2013 9,22,000
4. UGC MRP Dr.K.Srinivas
Dept of Mechanical
Engg
Tool Condition
Monitoring in
Hard Turning
using Acoustic
Emission and
Vibration
Signature
2013 8,07,500
5. UGC MRP Dr.K.Ravindra
Dept of Mechanical
Engg
Fabrication and
Characterization
of Nano A1
2
O
3

reinforced
Magnesium
Metal Matrix
Composites
2013 4,36,000
6. AICTE MODR
OBS
Dr.K.Chandra
Sekhar
Dept of E.E.E.
Modernization
of Power
Systems Lab
2013 18,85,000
7. AICTE RPS Dr.K.Ravindra
Dept of Mechanical
Engg

Development
and
Characterization
of High Strength
Polymer Matrix
Composites
reinforcing with
Metallic Glass
2013 11,90,000


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Particulates
8. DST TSD Dr.K.Karteeka
Pavan
Dept of Information
Technology
Segmentation of
Medical Images
Using Multi
Objective
Evolutionary
Optimization
2013 8,00,000
9. AICTE MODR
OBS
Dr.M.Venkateswara
Rao
Dept. of Chemical
Engg.
Chemical
Technology Lab
2013 10,00,000
10. DST Young
Scienti
st
researc
h grant
Dr V.P.B.Rekha
Dept of
Biotechnology
Protein
Engineering of
third generation
clot specific
thrombolytic
agent
Staphylokinase
to have N-
terminal lipid
modification for
enhanced
stability and
activity
2013 13,70,000

3.1.2 What is the policy of the College to promote research culture in the
College?
The head of the institution and the heads of the departments acts as
catalysts in promoting the research activities in the college.
The faculty are made available with adequate information about the
funding agencies.
The college established well advanced Library in the college and city
center in the promotion of research culture so that the researcher
should be in a position to get all the necessary information for the
research work under taken.
The college conducts orientation programmes in the areas of interest.
The college allows and encourages its faculty members enrolled in
research activity to use the infrastructure such as laboratory, Library,
equipments, electricity and so on.
The college has provided proper exposure to the basics of computer
technology, methods and usage of computers and to make use of
Internet in the process of promoting the research culture in the college.
The faculty are motivated to apply for UGC/DST/AICTE and other
funding agencies for sponsored major and minor research projects,
conduct conferences, seminars, workshops at the national and the
international level.


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The college also encourages the faculty members to attend
conferences, seminars, workshops at the national and the international
level for which college meets the expenses.
The college allows its faculty members who are pursing Ph.D to take
leave during course work period by assigning no workload.
The college sponsors seminars / workshops / conferences by various
departments.
3.1.3 List details of prioritized research areas and the areas of expertise
available with the College.
Department
Name
Prioritized Research Areas Areas of expertise
Chemical
Engineering
1. Mass Transfer
2. Chemical Reaction
Engineering
3. Environmental Engineering
4. Membrane Technology
5. Heat and Momentum Transfer
6. Chemical Technology
a. Membrane Technology
b. Reaction Engineering
c. Environmental
Engineering
Civil
Engineering
1. Composite materials,
2. Finite element analysis,
3. Expansive soils,
4. Rain water harvesting,
5. Special concretes,
6. Earthquake resistant design of
structures
a. Composite materials,
b. Finite element analysis,
c. Expansive soils,
d. Rain water harvesting
Computer
Science &
Engineering
1. Digital Image Processing
2. Data mining
3. Security
4. Artificial Intelligence
5. Software Engineering
6. Algorithms
a. Pattern Recognition
b. Medical Imaging
c. Clustering
d. Classification
e. Authentication
f. Visual Cryptography
g. Cloud Computing
h. Software Reliability
i. Computing Algorithms
Electrical
and
Electronics
Engineering
1. Multilevel inverters
2. Solar power generation
a. Open-end winding
induction motor
b. Multiphase induction
motor
c. Fact controllers
d. Deregulated power
systems
e. Renewable resources to
distribution systems


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Electronics
&
Communicat
ion
Engineering
1. Antennas
2. Signal Processing
3. Image Processing
4. Communication
5. Optical Character Recognition
a. Array Antennas
b. Signal Processing
c. Dielectric Rod
Antennas
d. Optical Character
Recognition
e. Image Processing
f. Communication
Systems
g. Embedded Systems
h. Digital System Design
i. Artificial Neural
Networks
Information
Technology
1. Image Processing
2. Data Mining
3. Computer Networks
4. Web Technology
a. Computer Vision,
b. Pattern Recognition,
c. Algorithms,
d. Information Security,
e. Medical Imaging
f. Pattern Matching and
Recognition Algorithms
g. Network Security
h. Semantic Web, Cloud
computing
Mechanical
Engineering
1. Material Science
2. Production Engineering
3. Thermal Engineering
4. Design Engineering
5. Quality Engineering
6. Industrial Engineering
7. CAD/CAM
8. CAE
a. Composite Materials,
b. Nano Technology
c. Welding
d. Machine Tools,
e. Unconventional
Machining
f. Heat transfer,
g. Bio-fuels
h. Design of Turbines,
i. Tool Design
j. Optimization,
k. Design of Experiments
l. Scheduling,
m. Inventory control
n. CNC machining,
o. Robotics,
p. CIM
q. Fatigue Analysis
Computer
Applications
1. Medical Image Segmentation a. Image Processing,
b. Data Mining
Management
Sciences
1. Financial Management,
2. Marketing Management,
3. Human Resource
a. Financial Management,
b. Marketing
Management,


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Management. c. Human Resource
Management.
Mathematics
&
Humanities
1. Fluid Dynamics
2. Algebra
3. Reliability, SQC
4. Personality development
5. Literature
a. Heat and Mass transfer,
MHD
b. Rings and Near-rings
c. Inference
d. Oral communication
e. Indian and Canadian
Literature
Physics Materials Science &
Nanotechonolgy
a. Synthesis,
b. Characterization
c. Spectroscopic Studies
d. Phase Transitions in
Glasses
e. Liquid Crystals
f. Nano materials

3.1.4 What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the College to
facilitate smooth implementation of research schemes/projects?
Advancing funds for sanctioned projects:
It is a common practice that funding organizations release the first installment
amount along with project sanction order. Investigators start working on the
project as soon as the sanction order is received. Hence, advancing of funds
for any project does not arise.
Providing seed money:
Except AICTE projects, all other projects have a Institutional over head
component. This amount is deposited in a separate account for all such
projects. If seed money is required for any particular projects, part of this
amount is utilized with the approval of thePrincipal.
Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing
overhead charges:
Principal investigator / co-ordinator is free to utilize Institutional over head
component of that particular project with the approval of the Principal.
Timely Release of grants :
College level research monitoring committee checks the timely completion of
the projects and in tern reports to funding agencies. Hence, release of funds
from funding organizations is timely without any delay.
Timely auditing :
The College makes sure that the auditing is completed in time and submits the
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Submission of utilization certificate to the funding authorities :
Auditing takes place at the scheduled time. After auditing, the utilization
certificate is endorsed by the auditor and submitted to the funding authorities.
3.1.5 How is inter-disciplinary research promoted?
* between / among different departments of the College and
* collaboration with national/international institutes/ industries.
The departments always encourage faculty to conduct workshops, conferences
and guest lectures in the common areas of interest. The faculty members of
different departments are also encouraged to apply for Sponsored Projects in
their common areas of interest. Many of the faculty members, as part of their
research, associate with various prestigious institutions / industries and publish
papers. The departments also encourage the students to participate in training
programmes / paper presentations in the common areas of interest that are
being organized by both industry and academia.
3.1.6 Enumerate the efforts of the College in attracting researchers of
eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and
students.
The college regularly organizes the guest lectures and the departments are
always encouraged to organize Seminars, Conferences and workshops and
FDP programs. Eminent Scientists are invited from premier institutions
like DRDO, IITs, NITs, Research organizations and universities and industries
as resource persons for these Workshops, conferences and for delivering guest
lectures.
Consolidated list of eminent professors who visited the college during the
last four years

S.No. Department No. of Professors
visited
1 Chemical Engineering 25
2 Civil Engineering 11
3 Computer Science & Engineering 7
4 Electrical & Electronics Engineering 2
5 Electronics & Communication
Engineering
7
6 Information Technology 5
7 Mechanical Engineering 13
8 Management Sciences 18
9 Physics 7
10 Chemistry 5
The following eminent professors and researchers have visited the college and
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Annexure : D- 3.1.6
3.1.7 What percentage of faculty have utilized sabbatical leave for
research activities? How has the provision contributed to the
research quality and culture of the College?
Sabbatical leave facility is not available with college. However, prospective
candidates are encouraged to complete their Ph.Ds by providing them with 3-6
months leave with pay at the final stage of research. All faculty who registered
for Ph.D. with various universities are allowed to meet their guides from time
to time by granting special casual leaves.
3.1.8 Provide details of national and international conferences organized
by the College highlighting the names of eminent scientists /
scholars who participated in these events.

The following is a list of the conferences organized by various departments of
the college and mentions the number of resource persons / Scientists who
participated.
Name of the Program No of Resource
Persons /
Scientist
Participated
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
A two day APPCB Sponsored National Workshop on
Waste Management in Chemical and Allied Industries,
13 - 14 March, 2010
6
SCHEMCON 2010 - A National Student Chemical
Engineering Congress 2010 on "Process Industries &
Sustainable Development", 24-25 September, 2010.
9
A Two Day National Level Seminar on Modeling And
Simulation for Rapid Progress in Chemical Engineering,
during 15
th
16
th
J uly.,2011
4
Two Day National Level Chemical Engineering Student
Meet ChECK-2011 in conjunction with Silver J ubilee
Technofeast-2011 was organized during 29-30
th
November,
2011.
2
A Two Day APPCB Sponsored National Workshop on
Green Technology for Clean Environment during 20-21,
December, 2012.
3
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
IGC-2009 Geo techniques for Infrastructure
Development, during 18-20 February 2009
11
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
National Level Work Shop on Image Analysis &
Recognition , J anuary 5-6, 2007
10


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Staff Development Programme on Web Security
November17
th-
29
th
2008.
11
National Level Work Shop On Big Data Analytics.
April 17
th
-18
th
,2012
6
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
ISTE sponsored STTP on Wireless & Mobile
Communications (July 7-12, 2003)
4
IIP Sponsored Natuonal Workshop on VLSI Design
(March 10-12, 2004)
4
National Level Student Technical Paper Contest (February
20-21, 2006.)
1
AICTE Sponsored National Workshop on Challenges in
VLSI Design , (March 23-24, 2007)
1
NCSPCS 2008 National Conference on Signal
Processing & Communication Systems , (February 20
21, 2008)
2
NCSPCS 2010 National Conference on Signal
Processing & Communication Systems , (February 25-26,
2010)
3
Silver J ubilee Technofeast , (November 29-30, 2011) 3
National Workshop on Advanced Trends in Embedded
System Desing
(14-15, December 2012)
1
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
A National three day workshop on Computer
Applications To Power Systems Using Mipower during
4
th
- 6
th
December 2008
2
A National level workshop on Model Based Design for
Power Electronics & Embedded Systems for Faculty on
12
th
& 13
th
December 2013.
2
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
National Conference on "Recent Advances in Mechanical
Engineering" , (07.07.2011- 08.07.2011)
2
AICTE sponsored National Seminar on METAL
MATRIX COMPOSITES , (29.09.2010 - 30.09.2010)
5
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
A Seminar on Service Quality Management, September
12
th
, 1997.
5
Entrepreneurship Development Programme held on
February, 12,1998.
5
A National Seminar on Productivity Challenges of 21
st

Century August 28
th
-29
th
,1998.
8
A Two Day National Seminar on Corporate Frauds:
Implications for Corporate Governance October 4
th
-
8


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5
th
,2002.
A Two Day National Level Seminar on Emerging India -
Challenges & opportunities on March 11
th
-12
th
, 2004.
6
A Two Day National Level Seminar on Strategies for
Sustainable Competitive Advantage, March 24-25, 2006
7
1
st
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
2
nd
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
3
rd
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
14
th
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
5
th
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
6
th
Peter F Drucker Memorial Lecture 1
CHEMISTRY
National seminar on Management of Environmental
Pollution on 23
rd
March 2011.
5

Names of Resource persons / Scientists is given in Annexure : D- 3.1.8
These details are also available in the evaluative reports of concerned
Departments
3.1.9 Details on the College initiative in transferring / advocating the
relative findings of research of the College and elsewhere to the
students and the community (lab to land).
The Department of Civil Engineering provided technical expertise for
the following projects.
1. Manufacture of bricks using fly-ash sponsored by M/S J OCIL
Ltd., Dokiparru, Guntur District
2. APUSP Projects of Guntur Muncipal Corporation which
involved survey, design and estimation of water supply, roads
and drains for 13 slums in Guntur town.
3. Design of apartment at Kurnool
4. Surveying of land for AP Transco, VRV Textiles
5. Design of Administarive and academic buildings of Acharya
Nagarjuna University
6. Construction of Check dams for Rural Water Supply for
Panchayat Raj Department using FaL-G concrete
7. Laying of rural roads using FaL-G concrete in Guntur District
8. Testing of materials and soil for Irrigation , R& B, Panchayat
Raj Departments
9. Site survey and earthwork calculation for Dhanalakshmi Power
corporation
The Department of Mechanical Engineering has communicated the real
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Some of the initiatives are listed below:

1 Productivity Study and Analysis in Guntur Municipal
Corporation during 2000-2001.
2 Fabrication of Sample Gin for Chelmi Cotton & Chemicals Co.
Pvt. Ltd., Guntur during 2001-2002
3 Preparation of Quality Project Report of Guntur Municipal
Corporation for MAPP (Municipal Action Plan for Poverty
Reduction) under DFID (Department for International
Development) during 2002 - 2003.
4 Application of Six Sigma concept & J IT System for Kusalava
International Ltd., (Manufacturers of Cylinder Liners)
Vijayawada during 2002-2003.
5 Heat Balance of Power Plants at M/s. J OCIL Ltd., Dokiparru,
Guntur Dt. during 2003 2004.
6 Developing a CNC Parametric Program for machining vanes on
a diaphragm at BHEL, Hyderabad during 2005 2006.
7 Development of Electronic Soap Cutter using PLC at
M/s.J OCIL Ltd., Dokiparru, Guntur during 2005 2006.
8 Design and manufacture of impeller for Kumar Pumps, Tenali
during 2006 2007.
3.1.10 Give details on the faculty actively involved in research (Guiding
student research, leading Research Projects, engaged in individual
or collaborative research activity etc.)

S.No Name of the faculty Dept. Guided / Guiding
student research
Headin
g
R & D
Projects
PhDs MTech
s
1. Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao Che 1 - -
2. Dr. Kota Srinivasu CE 1 2 -
3. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram CE 4 7 -
4. Dr.M. Rama Rao CE 2 - -
5. Dr.M.Sreelatha CSE - 15
6. Dr.G.Satyanarayana Prasad CSE 12 -- -
7. Dr.M.V.P.Chandra Sekhara
Rao
CSE - 15 -
8. N.Naga Malleswara Rao CSE - 3 -
9. Paladugu Venkateswara Rao CSE - 7 -
10. A.Sri Nagesh CSE - 13 -
11. Ch.Aparna CSE - 12 -
12. N.Venkateswara Rao CSE - 10 -
13. K.Venkata Ramana CSE - 7 -


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14. Chekka Ratna Babu CSE - 10 -
15. M. Srikanth CSE - 9 -
16. B.Vara Prasad Rao CSE - 8 -
17. Sri K.Siva Kumar CSE - 1 -
18. Eluri Ramesh CSE - 7 -
19. R.Mabubasha CSE - 7 -
20. B.Anantha Lakshmi CSE - 3 -
21. Ch.Vijaya Madhavi Lakshmi CSE - 3 -
22. Smt.Z.Sunitha Bai CSE - 2 -
23. Smt.S.J .R.K.Padmini Valli.V CSE - 1 -
24. Sri N.Hanumantha Rao CSE - 1 -
25. Sri D.Praveen Kumar CSE - 1 -
26. Sri Ch.Srinivasa Rao CSE - 1 -
27. Ms.D.R.N.Sravana Lakshmi CSE - 1 -
28. Smt.B.Prasanthi CSE - 1 -
29. Dr.K.Chandra Sekhar EEE 8 11 1
30. Mrs. K. Swarna Sree EEE -- 9 --
31. Mrs. K. Radha Rani EEE -- 9 --
32. Sri G.B. Sankara Rao EEE -- 8 --
33. Sri. N.C. Kotaiah EEE -- 8 --
34. Sri.Y.Suri babu EEE -- 7 --
35. Sri. G.Sambasiva Rao EEE -- 6 1
36. Sri J .H.V.V. Raghava EEE -- 7 --
37. Ms. N.Chaitanya EEE -- 5 --
38. Ms.V.Sarayu EEE -- 5 --
39. Sri. Y.Praveen EEE -- 5 --
40. Ms. M.Anitha EEE -- 4 --
41. Sri. Ch.Ranga Rao EEE -- 4 --
42. Sri. B.V. Vasantha Rao EEE -- 4 --
43. Mrs Ch.Naga Raja Kumari EEE -- 4 --
44. Sri. P.Siva Krishna EEE -- 3 --
45. Sri. N.Dharani Kumar EEE -- 1 --
46. Sri. Y.Sumanth EEE -- 1 --
47. Dr. A.Sudhakar ECE 8 12 1
48. Dr.T.Ranga Babu ECE - 4 -
49. Dr. M.V.S.Prasad ECE - 4 -
50. Smt G.Sudhavani ECE - 4 -
51. Sri J .Ravindranadh ECE - 4 -
52. Smt N.Renuka ECE - 4 -
53. Sri S.Ramesh Babu ECE - 1 -
54. Smt P.Subhashini ECE - 2 -
55. Sri M.Suresh ECE - 2 -
56. Sri P.Siva Prasad ECE - 2 -


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57. Sri K.Upendra Chowdary ECE - 1 -
58. Dr. A. Srikrishna IT 8 8 -
59. Dr. K. Karteeka Pavan IT - - 1
60. Mr. B. Venkateswaralu IT - 3 -
61. Mr. M. Ramesh IT - 6 -
62. Mr. G. Rama Mohan Babu IT - 6 -
63. Mr. B. Hemanth Kumar IT - 6 -
64. Mr. G. Srinivasa Rao IT - 2 -
65. Dr. K.Ravindra ME 5 14 2
66. Dr. K. Srinivas ME 5 16 1
67. Dr. D. V. V. Krishna Prasad ME 1 10
68. Dr. V. Chittaranjan Das ME 4 10
69. Dr. G. Srinivasa Rao ME 4 2
70. Sri. G.S. Virabhadra Rao ME - 3 -
71. Dr. B.Ramgopal Reddy ME - 2 -
72. Sri. K. Praveen Kumar ME - 8 -
73. Smt. S. Radhika ME - 1 -
74. Sri. D.Sameer Kumar ME - 5 1
75. Smt. D. Swapna ME - 4 -
76. Smt. K.Lakshmi Chaitanya ME - 1 -
77. Sri. C. Tara Sasanka ME - 3 1
78. Mr.Ch. Devraj ME - 1
79. Dr K Sobha BT 5 - -
80. Sri Ch.Srinivasa Rao CA - - 1
81. Dr.B.K.Surya Prakasha Rao MS 13 - -
82. Dr.T.Sreekrishna MS 10 - -
83. Dr.R.Srinivasa Rao M&H 3 - 1
84. Smt D.Madhavi
Physi
cs
- - 1
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research:
3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research?
Give details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and
actual utilization for last four years.

For R & D activities Institutional Fund is obtained from the college Budget.
The college provides:

Budget necessary to carryout in house research work.
Additional budget if required to the projects sponsored by external
agencies to develop the labs and to organize seminars and faculty
development programmes etc.
Budget for advance software package necessary to carryout research
projects.


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Test books, reference books and hand books related to advanced topics
are also added to the college library for the use to the faculty and
students to carry out their research activity.
3.2.2 What are the financial provisions made in the College budget for
supporting student Research Projects?
The college provides the financial support to the students in the following area
The grants-in-aid provide support for students pursuing research
projects.
Travel Grants-In-Aid support for students who participate in regional,
national and international conferences.
Intranet, Internet and Wi-Fi facility.
E-J ournals and digital library facility.
3.2.3 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to
faculty for research? If so, what percentage of the faculty has
received seed money in the last four years?
College provides required financial support for over and above the sanctioned
amount for completion of the research projects.
For all sponsored workshops, seminars from funding agencies, seed money is
provided by the college, because major amount is released only upon
completion of such seminar / workshop and submission of utilization
certificate along with audit report.
3.2.4 Are there any special efforts made by the College to encourage
faculty to file for patents? If so, provide details of patents filed and
enumerate the sanctioned patents.
The faculty members are always encouraged to apply for patents for their
research findings. They are provided with all the necessary information and
expenses required for the patenting process.
3.2.5 Provide the following details of ongoing Research Projects:


Year wise No Name of the project
Name of the
funding
agency /
Industry
Total grant
received
Rs.
A. College Funded
Minor
projects
2012-13 01 A Pilot project on Solar
energy based - web server
RVR&
J C CE
5,75,000
Major
projects
-- -- -- -- --
Along with
Industry
-- -- -- -- --


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B. Other agencies National and International (specify)
Minor
projects
-- -- -- -- --
Major
projects
2011-12
Right J acobson radicals for
right near-rings
UGC 4,54,800
2012-13
Control technique for dual
inverter fed open end
winding induction motor
UGC 9,22,000
2012-13
Analysis and Measurement
of Ultra Wide Band Signal
Attenuation Through Typical
Building Materials
UGC 9,02,800
2012-13 DST/
TSG/
NTS/
2012/
79-G
Segmentation of Medical
Images Using Multi
Objective Evolutionary
Optimization
DST 11,34,000
2012-13
20/AI
CTE/
RIFD
/RPS
(Polic
y-III)
98/20
12-13
Development and
Characterisation of High
Strength Polymer Matrix
Composites reinforcing with
Metallic Glass Particulates
AICTE 11,90,000
2012-13 Fabrication and
Characterisation of Nano
Al
2
O
3
reinforced Magnesium
Metal Matrix Composites
UGC 4,36,000
2012-13
Tool Condition Monitoring in
Hard Turning using Acoustic
Emission and Vibration
Signature
UGC 8,07,500
2013-14
DST-
SERB
/LS/95
3/201
3
Protein Engineering of third
generation clot specific
thrombolytic agent
Staphylokinase to have N-
terminal lipid modification
for enhanced stability and
activity
DST-
National
13,70,000
C. Industry sponsored : NIL

3.2.6 How many departments of the College have been recognized for
their research activities by national / international agencies (UGC-
SAP, CAS, DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc.) and what
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significant outcomes or breakthrough due to such recognition.
The college has been recognized by UGC, DST, DBT and AICTE as a
center for research activities.
The amount of funding received from different agencies till date
S.No. Funding Agency Amount (Rs. Lakhs)
1 UGC 62.51
2 AICTE 202.05
3 DST/DBT 25.94
Total 290.50

The departments of the college have been recognized for their research
activities by national / international agencies. The total amount of Rs.
290.50 Lakhs has been received by the college from these agencies.
Research environment in the college is improved because of these
research activities.
Laboratories in the advanced areas of research are also established.
Research scholars and students have got the benefit of utilizing these
labs.
Number of research papers : 352

3.2.7 List details of Research Projects completed and grants received
during the last four years (funded by Industry / National /
International agencies).

S.No. Name of the faculty
Name of the
project
Name of the
funding agency
Year of
Completion
Grant received
(in Rs.)
Dr. A.Sudhakar Major
Research
Project
UGC 2011 11,67,300
3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to keep pace with the
infrastructure requirements to facilitate Research? How and what
strategies are evolved to meet the needs of researchers?
The college always encourages the departments to procure the advanced
equipment and softwares which facilitate research work. The college sponsors
the researchers for International / National Conferences by paying registration
fee, traveling allowance for their participation and presenting their research
results. The College is also maintaining digital library to support researchers.
The college also conducts workshops/conferences to meet the needs of
researchers. The faculties are made familiar with adequate information about
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3.3.2 Does the College have an information resource centre to cater to
the needs of researchers? If yes, provide details on the facility.
The college is having good research facilities as needed by researchers.
The college is having digital library, a major source for researchers to
get literature and e-journals in their related areas.
The college library subscribes to hard copies of all kinds of popular
journals and maintains back volumes for the reference by researchers.
Now days the computer technology is growing fast. Day by day
software technology is also changing. The college maintains the latest
versions of software which are needed by researchers.
3.3.3 Does the College provide residential facilities (with computer and
internet facilities) for research scholars and faculty?
The college is having its city computer centre located in the heart of the city.
The city computer centre is equipped with high speed internet facility and
library which are needed for researchers.
3.3.4 Does the College have a specialized research centre / workstation
to address challenges of research programmes? If yes, give details.

The college has research centers in different departments in different areas.
The department of ECE has been granted a research project on
Antennas. In this research workstation, the computational and
experimental research can be carried out for design of array antennas
for the generation of shaped beams.
The dept. of ECE has been allotted recently UGC project with the title
of Analysis and Measurements of Ultra Wide Band Signal
Attenuation through Typical Building Materials.
The department of Mechanical Engineering has reserch center with
facilities for Tool condition monitoring in hard turning using Acoustic
Emission and Vibration Signature and Fabrication and
charactersation of Nano A1
2
O
3
reinforced magnesium Metal Matrix
Composites.
The Dept. of EEE has a research center with a project titled Control
Technique for Dual Inverter Fed Open end Winding induction motor.
The Dept. of Computer Applications has been granted a project titled
Segmentation of Medical Images using Multi Objective Evolutionary
Optimization.
3.3.5 Does the College have research facilities (centre, etc.) of regional,
national and international recognition / repute? Give a brief
description of how these facilities are made use of by researchers
from other laboratories.
The college has research facilities in different departments which are used by
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Mechanical, EEE and IT have research centers with Projects sanctioned by
UGC, AICTE and DST. Many research scholars are making use of these
facilities.
3.4 Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the college through
the following.
Major papers presented in regional, national and international
conferences
Annexure : D - 3.4.1
Publication per faculty
The following are the papers presented and published by the faculty members

S.No Name of the staff N C N J I C I J
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
1. Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao 12 10 14 12
2. Dr.C.V.Subrahmanyam 11 7 8 3
3. Dr. L.Nageswara Rao 12 8 14 16
4. Sri K.Ramesh Chandra 6 -- 3 1
5. Sri DNV.Satyanarayana -- -- 1 1
6. Sri P.Rohinikumar 1 1 -- 3
7. Sri D.Kamalakar -- 2 1 2
8. Smt. J .L.J ayanthi 1 1 -- 1
9. Sri K.Siva Prasada Rao 1 -- -- 2
10. Smt.M.Sudheera 1 -- -- --
CIVIL ENGINEERING
11. Dr.Kota Srinivasu
12. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram 4 3 3 10
13. Dr.M.Rama Rao 19 1 2 4
14. Dr.P.Ch.Sanjeeva Rao 9 11 -- --
15. Sri. PVSM Krishna 2 -- 2 1
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
16. Dr.M.Sreelatha 1 -- 5 11
17. Dr.G.Satyanarayana Prasad -- -- 1 5
18. Dr.M.V.P.Chandra Sekhara
Rao
-- -- 2 7
19. Dr.N.Naga Malleswara Rao 2 -- 1 5
20. Sri. P. Venkateswara Rao -- -- -- 2
21. Sri. A.Sri Nagesh -- 1 4 6
22. Ms. Ch.Aparna -- -- -- 6
23. Sri. N.Venkateswara Rao -- -- 1 5
24. Sri. K.Venkata Ramana -- -- 1 3
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26. Sri. M. Srikanth 2 -- -- 4
27. Sri. B.Vara Prasad Rao 1 -- -- 3
28. Sri K.Siva Kumar -- -- -- 2
29. Sri. Eluri Ramesh 1 -- -- 3
30. Sri. R.Mabubasha -- -- -- 1
31. Smt.S.J .R.K.Padmini Valli -- -- -- 2
32. Sri. N. Hanumantha Rao -- -- -- 1
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
33. Dr K. Chandra Sekhar 9 4 8 36
34. Mrs. K. Swarna Sree 4 2 -- 4
35. Mrs. K. Radha Rani 2 1 1 5
36. Sri G.B. Sankara Rao -- -- -- 1
37. Sri. N.C. Kotaiah -- -- 1 2
38. Sri.Y.Suri babu -- -- 1 --
39. Sri. G.Sambasiva Rao 1 1 6 11
40. Sri J .H.V.V. Raghava -- 1 -- 1
41. Ms.P.Anjali Kumari 1 2 1 --
42. Ms. N.Chaitanya -- 2 -- 1
43. Ms.V.Sarayu -- 1 -- --
44. Sri. Y.Praveen -- 1 -- 2
45. Ms. M.Anitha -- -- -- 1
46. Sri. Ch.Ranga Rao 1 1 -- 1
47. Sri. B.V. Vasantha Rao -- -- -- 2
48. Mrs Ch.Naga Raja Kumari 1 -- -- 1
49. Sri. P.Siva Krishna -- -- 1 --
50. Sri. N.Dharani Kumar 1 -- -- 1
51. Sri. Y.Sumanth 2 -- -- 3
52. Sri P. Suneel Raju 2 -- -- 2
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
53. Dr.A.Sudhakar 11 7 10 19
54. Dr.T.Ranga Babu 5 -- 3 3
55. Dr.M.V.S.Prasad 6 2 1 3
56. Sri J .Ravindra Nadh 7 1 3 --
57. Smt N.Ranuka 5 -- 1 2
58. Smt P.P.S.Subhashini 4 1 -- 2
59. Smt G.Sudha Vani 2 -- 2 3
60. Sri M.Suresh 5 -- 1 2
61. Smt P.Sailaja 1 -- -- --
62. Sri P.Siva Prasad 4 2 1 1
63. Sri A.Muralikrishna -- -- 1 1
64. Sri S.Rama Babu 2 -- 1 --
65. Sri K.Upendra Chowdary 1 -- -- 2
66. Smt K.Sravanthi 2 -- -- 2


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67. Smt M.Sunitha -- -- 1 --
68. Sri B.Hanish Chaitanya 1 -- 1 --
69. Sri K.Anil Kumar 1 -- -- --
70. Sri K.Ashok Kumar -- -- 1 2
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
71. Dr.A.Srikrishna -- -- 4 14
72. Dr.K.Karteeka Pavan -- -- 4 11
73. Sri.B.Venkateswarlu -- -- -- 1
74. Sri. M.Ramesh -- -- -- 4
75. Sri.G.Rammohan Babu -- -- 2 5
76. Sri.B.Hemanth Kumar -- -- -- 4
77. Sri.G.Srinivasa Rao -- -- -- 1
78. Sri.M.Pompapathi -- -- 1 --
79. Sri. V.Sesha Srinivas -- -- 1 2
80. Sri.M.Kiran Kumar -- 1 -- 4
81. Sri.M.Siddartha Kumar -- -- -- 1
82. Sri.K. Subramanyam 1 -- -- --
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
83. Dr. K.Ravindra 8 2 8 4
84. Dr. K.Srinivas 9 6 4 11
85. Dr. D.V.V.K.Prasad 2 1 1 2
86. Dr. V.C.Das 13 4 9 3
87. Dr. G.Srinivasa Rao 4 1 15 9
88. Sri G.S.Virabhadra Rao 3 2 -- --
89. Dr.C.Srinivas -- 2 9 4
90. Dr.N.V.V.S.Sudheer -- 1 5 1
91. Dr. B.Ramgopal Reddy 1 2 7 2
92. Sri K.Balaprasad 3 -- -- 1
93. Dr.G.Chaitanya -- -- -- 5
94. Dr.N.Govind -- -- 1 4
95. Sri K.Praveen Kumar 4 -- 1 1
96. Dr. B.Ravisankar 1 -- -- 2
97. Sri Reddy Srinivasulu 1 -- 4 5
98. Ms. S.Radhika -- -- -- 1
99. Sri D.Sameer Kumar 2 2 3 2
100. Ms.D.Swapna 1 1 - -
101. Sri V.Rama Koteswara Rao 2 -- -- 1
102. Ms. K.Lakshmi Chaitanya -- -- 1 2
103. Sri Ch. Deva Raj 2 2 2 2
104. Sri K.Sreekanth -- -- -- 1
105. Sri C.Tara Sasanka 2 -- 4 4
106. Sri V.Tara Chand 1 -- -- --
107. Sri J .Rangaraya Chowdary -- -- -- 1


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108. Sri J .Purushottam Karthik -- -- 1 3
109. Ms.K.Bharathi -- -- -- 1
110. Sri M.Ravi Kumar -- 1 1 1
111. Sri D.Kondala Rao 1 -- -- --
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
112. Sri.Ch.Srinivas Rao -- -- 1 1
113. Smt.Ch.Suneetha -- -- 1 6
114. Sri.M.Sridhar 2 -- 2 5
115. Sri.G.V.K.Kishore -- -- -- 1
116. Smt.Ch.Sudha Sree -- 1 -- --
117. Sri.P.Siva Prasad -- -- -- 1
118. Sri.M. Brahmaiah -- -- -- 1
MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
119. Dr.B.K.Surya Prakasha Rao 42 23 6 -
120. Dr.T.Sreekrishna 36 6 2 1
121. Dr.K.Suryanarayana 4 1 2 --
122. Mrs.Sk.Mabunni 10 -- 2 1
123. Sri. P.Vamsi Krishna 6 -- 1 --
124. Sri. A.V.S.Ashok 9 -- 4 --
125. Sri. P.Siddartha 2 -- -- --
126. Sri. D.Chakradhar 3 -- -- --
MATHEMATICS & HUMANITIES
127. Dr.K.Rajasekhar 1 1 1 4
128. Dr.R.Srinivasa Rao 2 1 1 4
129. Dr.K.S.Balamurugan 10 3 3 12
130. Dr.Ch.H.K.Gopal -- -- -- 3
131. Dr.B.Srinivasa Rao 3 7 -- 12
132. Sri. K.J .LNarayana -- 1 1 --
133. Sri. AVRamakrishna 2 -- -- 1
134. Sri. S.Masthanrao 3 -- -- 3
135. Smt. M.Shantha 6 -- 2 --
136. Dr.R.Vidyadhar -- 2 1 --
137. Dr.P.Lakshmi Rani 4 1 1 --
138. Smt. D.Rajani 1 -- 2 --
139. Dr. P.Yamini 1 -- 4 --
PHYSICS
140. Dr. A.G.K. Murthy 1 2 -- 1
141. Dr. K. Surendranath 4 5 1 8
142. Dr. J . V. Sathyanarayana 5 2 -- 11
143. Dr. L.V.Ramana Murthy 2 -- 5 11
144. Dr. P.Bhaskara Rao -- 1 -- 13
145. Dr. R. Ram Kumar 3 -- -- 16
146. Ms.D. Madhavi 1 2 1 3


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CHEMISTRY
147. Dr. E. Nagesewara Rao -- -- 1 4
148. Dr. L. Rama Devi 2 2 -- 5
149. Dr.K.Rambabu 56 31 2 30
150. Dr.Ch.Ramakrishna -- -- -- 4
151. Dr.M.Murali -- 4 -- 4
152. Ms.K.Kalyani -- -- -- 2
153. Mr.P.Venkateswara Rao -- -- -- 3
154. Mr.N.Srinivasa Rao 2 4 -- 4
Faculty members on the organization committees of international
conferences, recognized by reputed organizations / societies.
Dr. G. Srinivasa Rao, Professor of Mechnaical Engineering, has been coopted
as a Member of Technical Advisory Board of International J ournal of
Engineering and Advanced Technology published by Blue Eyes Intelligence,
Engineering and Sciences, Bhopal, since 2012.

3.4.2 Does the college publish research journal(s)? If yes, indicate the
composition of the editorial board, publication policies and
whether it is listed in international database?
Nil
3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty:
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)
Total Number of papers published per department in the peer reviewed
journals (National / International)


S.No Department Journals
published
1. Chemical Engineering 43
2. Civil Engineering 30
3. Computer Science & Engineering 54
4. Electrical & Electronics Engg 90
5. Electronics & Communication Engg 55
6. Information Technology 48
7. Mechanical Engineering 57
8. Computer Applications 16
9. Management Sciences 15
10. Physics 3
11. Chemistry 21
12. Mathematics & Humanities 55
Total 487


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Monographs -- NIL
Chapters in books -- NIL
Editing Books
Professor K.Ravindra, HOD-Mechanical Engineering has edited
the text book STRENGTH OF MATERIALS by S.S.Rattan, and
published by TMH.
Sri G.S.Virabhadra Rao, Associate Professor-Mechanical
Engineering, edited the Monogram ENGINEERING
GRAPHICS- of Center for Distance Education of Acharya
Nagarjuna University, Guntur.
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers
1. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram , Design of steel structures, Ist Edition, 2010,
Pearson Education, ISBN : 9788131733233
2. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram , Design of steel structures, 2nd Edition, 2013,
Pearson Education, ISBN : 9789332511453
3. Dr.P.Ch.Sanjeeva Rao,Engineering and General Geology,1995,
Discovery Publishing House Pvt.Ltd., ISBN: 8171413137
4. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Circuits & Networks: Analysis
and Synthesis, 3rd Edition, Published by Tata McGraw Hill
publishing Co. Ltd. 2007, India.
5. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network and Systems,
Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2002, India.
6. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Theory, Published by
Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2003, India.
7. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, M. Ravindra Reddy, Signals &
Systems, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd.
2003, India.
8. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, M. Ravindra Reddy, Signals &
Systems, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd.
2004, India.
9. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis and
Synthesis, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd.
2004, India.
10. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuits, Published
by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2005,India.
11. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis, Published
by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2005, India.
12. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Circuits and Network, by
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., USA 2006.
13. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis, 4th
Edition, by McGraw-Hill India publishing Ltd.2008, India.
14. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis, by
McGraw-Hill India Publishing Ltd.2008, India.


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15. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Analysis, Fifth Edition,
Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN:
978-0-07-068126-2, August 2009, New Delhi, INDIA.
16. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis,
Second Edition, Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private
Limited, ISBN:978- 0-07-0681123-1, August 2009, New Delhi,
INDIA.
17. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Circuits and Networks: Analysis
and Synthesis Fourth Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN: 978- 0-07-069972-4, J une 2010,
New Delhi, INDIA.
18. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electric Circuits First Edition
Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN:
978- 0-07-070268-4, J uly 2010, New Delhi, INDIA.
19. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electric Circuits First Edition
Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN:
978- 0-07-070473-2, J uly 2010, New Delhi, INDIA.
20. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electric Circuits,J NTUH Second Edition Published by Tata
McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-132891-
3,June 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
21. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electric Circuits, J NTUA Second Edition Published by Tata
McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-132888-
3,June 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
22. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electrical Circuit Analysis-I,J NTUK Edition Published by Tata
McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-132999-
6,June 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
23. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Network Analysis,J NTUK Edition Published by Tata McGraw-
Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-132873-9,June
2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
24. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Theory, 2e J NTU,
Hyderabad second Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN(13):978-1-25-900448-3, November
2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
25. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Principles of Electrical
Engineering, 2e J NTU, Hyderabad Second Edition Published by
Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN(13):978-1-25-
900449-0, November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
26. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Theory, 2e J NTU,
Ananthapur, Second Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN(13): 978-1-25-900452-0,
November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.


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27. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Principles of Electrical
Engineering, 2e J NTU, Ananthapur Second Edition Published by
Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN: 978- 1-25-
900453-7, November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
28. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis-2
J NTU, Kakinada Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education
Private Limited, ISBN(13): 978-1-25-900454-4, November 2011,
New Delhi, INDIA.
29. Tummala Ranga Babu, Segmentation of Constrained Characters in
Complex Scripts, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, October
2012, ISBN-10: 3659267058, ISBN-13: 978-3659267055
30. J .Purushotham Karthik, C. Tara Sasanka, K. Lakshmi Chaitanya
Fatigue life prediction of a parabolic spring, Lambert publishers
in Nov 2012. ISBN: 978-3-659-29707-6.
31. Prof K. Vara Prasada Rao, K. Lakshmi Chaitanya Advanced
Manufacturing Technology, Khanna Publishers, Third Edition in
2009. ISBN: 81-7409-0603-0.
32. K.SivaPrasadaRao, Assistant Professor Removal of Methylene blue
by Adsorption and Coagulation, Lambert Academic Publishing,
Saarbrucken, Germany, 2013 (ISBN: 978-3-659-37369-5)

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare database
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : 250
Citation index range / average : 0 49
SNIP : 0.883 2.718
SJR : 0.13 1.68
Impact factor range / average : 0.242 to 6.55
h-index : 88

3.4.4 Indicate the average number of successful M.Tech./M.Phil and
Ph.D scholars guided per faculty.
53 faculty having Ph.D. qualification are guiding 88 Ph.D scholars at
an average of 2 per faculty member.
Details of faculty that successfully guided scholars to Ph.D.:

S.No. Name of the faculty No of PhDs Guided
1. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram (CE) 2
2. Dr.Kolla Srinivas (ME) 3
3. Dr. G. S. Prasad (CSE) 1


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3.4.5 What is the stated policy of the college to check malpractices and
misconduct in research?
The college is against malpractices and misconduct on the part of the
researchers. It continuously monitors the funds sanctioned by the funding
agencies and the research work being carried out by the researchers. Auditing
is also done on the fund spent by researcher for the amount sanctioned by the
funding agencies.
3.4.6 Does the college promote interdisciplinary research? If yes, how
many inter departmental / inter disciplinary research projects
have been undertaken and mention the number of departments
involved in such an endeavor.
The Departments are always encouraged to conduct workshops, conferences
and guest lectures in the common areas of interest. Faculty members of
different departments are also encouraged to apply for Sponsored Projects in
their common areas of interest. Many of the faculty members, as part of their
research, associate with various prestigious institutions / industries and publish
papers. The departments also encourage the students to participate in training
programmes / paper presentations in the common areas of interest that are
being organized by both industry and academia.

Dr. A.Sudhakar, Professor of ECE and Smt. D.Madhavi, Asst.
Professor in Dept of Physics have been working on the project
Analysis and Measurement of Ultra Wide Band Signal Attenuation
Through typical Building Materials funded by UGC.
Dr. K.Karteeka Pavan , Professor of IT and Sri Ch. Srinivasa Rao,
Associate Professor of CA have been working on the Project
Segmentation of Medical images using multi objective evolutionary
optimization funded by DST.
3.4.7 Mention the research awards instituted by the college?
The college always encourages the faculty members to apply for sponsored
projects to funding agencies. It encourages the faculty members to attend the
conferences and present the papers. The college pays TA, DA and registration
fee for this. The college gives incentives to the researchers who got projects
from funding agencies.
3.4.8 Provide details of
Research awards received by the faculty:
1. Dr. Kolla Srinivas, Professor in Mechanical Engg. , received the
Corps of Mechanical and Electrical Gold Medal for his paper titled
Optimum Design of Axial Flow gas Turbine stage using Genetic
Algorithms in the 20
th
Indian Engineering Congress of the Institution
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2. Dr C.V.Subrahmanyam, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
has got Dayabhai Vadalia Memorial Award,2000 awarded by Oil
Tech. Assoc. India.
3. Dr M.Rama Rao , Professor of Civil Engg., received an award for
outstanding contribution to Indian Geotechnical Society.
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies
and agencies

Majority of our faculty belonging to various branches of specialization are
members of distinguished professional bodies and agencies like

ISTE , IEEE , IE (India) , IIChE , ASCE, ASME, IGS, IRC,
ISRMTT, ILEE , AIV, AIE, CSI, IAENG, IACSIT, IETE, Charted
Engineer, SESI , SEMCI, AMSE, AMM, CMSI, ISHMT, ABAP, EFB,
APSMS, ILCS , ICC, ISAS, RBA and ABI

Annexure : D - 3.4.8
3.4.9 State the incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national
and international recognitions for research contributions
Dr.A.Sudhakar & Smt. D.Madhavi received Rs:5000/- and Rs:3000/-
respectively for the award of research grant by UGC.
Dr.K.Chandra Sekhar & Sri G.Sambasiva Rao received Rs:5000/- and
Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of research grant by UGC.
Dr.K.Srinivas & Sri Ch.Deva Raj received Rs:5000/- and Rs:3000/-
respectively for the award of research grant by UGC.
Dr.K.Ravindra, Sri C.Tara sankara & Sri D.Sameer kumar received
Rs:5000/- and Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of research grant
by UGC.
Dr.K.Surendranadh, & Dr.C.V Subrahmanyam received Rs:5000/- and
Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of Seminar grant by UGC.
Dr.K.Chandra Sekhar received Rs:5000/- for the award of MODROBS
grant by AICTE.
Dr.K.Ravindra & K.Praveen kumar received Rs:5000/- and Rs:3000/-
respectively for the award of research grant by UGC.
Dr.K.Kartheeka Pavan & Sri Ch.Srinivasa rao received Rs:5000/- and
Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of research grant by UGC.
Dr M.Venkateswara Rao received Rs.5000/- for the award of
MODROBS grant by AICTE.
Sri K.Ramesh Chandra & Sri D.Kamalakar received Rs:5000/- and
Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of seminar grant by AICTE
Dr T.Ranga Babu received Rs.5000/- for the award of Seminar grant
by AICTE.
Dr V.Chittaranjan Das & Sri D.Sameer Kumar received Rs:5000/- and
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Dr V. Chittaranjan Das & Dr.K.Ravindra received Rs:5000/- and
Rs:3000/- respectively for the award of Seminar grant by AICTE.
Dr V.P.B. Rekha received Rs: 5000/- for the award of Research grant
by DST.
3.5 Consultancy
3.5.1 What is the stated policy of the College for the structured
consultancy? List a few important consultancy services
undertaken by the college.
Policy of the college for structured consultancy

To offer consultancy services so as to provide technical expertise to the
society.
To fix the cost per each component of consultancy as well as testing
Services.
For testing services the consultancy amount sharing is in 50:50 basis
among the college and faculty involved.
Some of the consultancy services undertaken by the college
Material testing like cement, steel and concrete, Soil testing and
surveying using total station.
Testing of motor installation, Electrical and wiring & Fittings.
Calibration of Electrical Meters.
Testing of Dielectric strength of Transformer Oil.
Testing of water samples.

3.5.2 Does the College have College-industry cell? If yes, what is its
scope and range of activities?

Yes. Institution has Industry Institute Parternership Cell (IIP Cell). The
following are the scope and range of activities:
Arranges in plant training of students and faculty.
Collaboration in industry/ institution oriented activities between the
industry and the college.
Two-way transfer of technology information and knowledge through
collaborative programmes, like Guest lecturers, seminars, symposia
and other interactive programmes.
Exchange of visit of technical people of industry to college and vice-
versa.
Provide free access to knowledge resources of the college to industry
and vice versa.
Pool up the knowledge and expertise of the technical people of the
industry and the college for mutually agreed execution of joint
activities.
Provide assistance/guidance for the project work of U.G / P.G
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3.5.3 What is the mode of publicizing the expertise of the college for
consultancy services? Mention the departments from whom
consultancy was sought.
Distribution of brochures to the Government Departments, Private
organizations and individuals.
Publicising various consultancy and testing activities and equipment
available for consultancy and testing in the college.
Incorporating all activities in college annual reports and brouchers.
Sending letters to various organizations to give publicity about
consultancy and testing activities and equipment available in the
college.
The departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical &
Electronics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering are offering consultancy
services.
3.5.4 How does the college encourage the faculty to utilize the expertise
for consultancy services?
50% of the consultancy amount earned will be paid to the staff.
Reducing teaching load.
Providing transportation facility for field work.
Providing special equipment required for consultancy.
3.5.5 List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the
college and revenue generated during the last four years.

Branch Broad Areas Year Revenue
Generated
Civil Engineering Material testing
cement and concrete;
Soil testing ; Surveying
using Total station
2012-2013 10.6 Lakhs
2011-2012 12.59 Lakhs
2010-2011 11.18 Lakhs
2009-2010 10.32 lakhs
Chemical
Engineering
Testing of Water samples 2012 -2013 Rs. 23,604
2011 -2012 Rs. 14,339
2010 -2011 Rs. 11,030
2009 -2010 Rs. 8,383
Electrical &
Electronics
Engineering
Meter Testing;
Transformer Oil Testing
2012 -2013 Rs. 82,550
2011 -2012 Rs. 50,850
2010 -2011 Rs. 11,950
2009 -2010 Rs. 69,936

3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1 How does the College sensitize the faculty and students on
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programmes which have created an impact on students campus
experience.
This college always conducts different programmes to inculcate social
responsibility in the faculty and students.
5 km WALK is organized to canvass against the usage of plastic bags,
which are harmful to environment.
The college organized a silent rally protesting NIRBHAYA incident
happened in NEWDELHI.
As part of institutional Social responsibility, the NSS unit of the college
is organizing blood donation camps and also conducting health check up
programmes for village people.
The college organises awareness programmes against HIV AIDS etc.
The college is organizing Energy Conservation Awareness Program at
various High Schools and J unior Colleges in Guntur on eve of Energy
Conservation Day.
3.6.2 How does the College promote College neighborhood network
and student engagement, contributing to holistic development of
students and sustained community development?
The students of NSS & NCC are participating in community development
programmes. The students of these units join with other college students and
participate in various activities like organizing blood donation camps, and
conducting health check up programmes for village people and so on.
3.6.3 How does the College promote the participation of students and
faculty in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC,
YRC and other National / International agencies?
The college was allotted National Service Scheme Unit by Sri
L.Venugopala Reddy, the then Vice-Chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna
University, on 07.08.2003 and this was inaugurated on 16.12.2003 by
Prof. Padmasri Durga Prasada Rao, Vice-Chancellor, N.I.T., Raipur.
This National Service Scheme Unit is coordinated by Sri M.Sudhakar,
Asst.Professor, Dept.of Maths.
On 15th March, 2004, Voluntary Blood Donors Club was inaugurated by
Prof.L.Venugopala Reddy, Vice-Chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna
University. This is the first biggest Blood Donors Club in our state.
Nearly, 1000 students voluntarily enrolled their names as members.
The few landmarks in the work of the NSS unit of the college during the recent
six years:
Organized Tsunami Relief Camp at Nizampatnam Harbour on 8th & 9th
J anuary 2005 and distributed 55 quintals of provisions worth Rs.1.15
lakhs to 160 fishermen families.
Frequently conducting NSS Special Camps in the adopted village
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Completed Blood grouping for about 12,000 students and staff of the
College, since 2004.
Campaigning on importance of blood donation every year.
Organizing a Biggest Voluntary Blood Donors Club in the college
premises with 1000 blood donors, every year since 2004. Created
awareness among staff and students about responsibility donation of
blood. About 3000 NSS Volunteers have donated their blood to the
needy through the Blood Donors Club.
Participation in National Integration Camp (NIC) held at New Delhi for
7 days (27 Dec-05 to 2nd J an-06) and winning the Overall
Championship of the NIC.
Participation in the National State Level and University Level Youth
Festival and winning awards of recognition.
Work carried out in the adopted village on various aspects including
Medical Camp, Literacy Campaigns and Counseling on various aspects
of Socio, Economic Development and Peoples participation.
Conducting HIV AIDS etc., Awareness programmes every year.
Youth Leadership Training Programmes and University sponsored
activities including Training Programme on Disaster Management etc.
Received two National Level, two State Level, six University Level and
one District Level Awards / Appreciations since 2004
Attended Training programmes on Youth Leadership and Disaster
Managements organized by Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt. of India in
Visakhapatnam, Trivendrum, Sri Perumbudur and also by T.O.C., NSS
Regional Centre, A.U., Visakhapatnam
Organized Flood Relief Operation-2009 in the recent floods in Tullur &
Amaravathi Mandals of Guntur District in Andhra Pradesh and
distributed provisions of 110 quintals worth Rs.5.00 lakhs to 500 flood
affected families during 9th 10th October 2009
Five NSS Volunteers have participated in National Youth Exchange and
Home Stay Programme organized by RJ NIYD at AIZWAL in Mizoram
state during 16th-26th April 2011
The NSS Unit is always standing on the front to extend its service to the
society in any kind of natural calamity and take it as a right to service,
being the NSS family
One of the Engineering College in A.P., actively involved in NSS and
Disaster Relief Operations since 2004.
Educated tribal people in Guntur district near pulichintala project during
9
th
-11
th
Feb 2013 and distributed study material for 40 BC Students.
Created awareness among the other students towards
Motivation on education / literacy in rural areas.
Health and hygiene medical support.
HIV and Blood donation/organ donation.


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Plantation.
Protection of environment.
NSS student volunteers organized medical camp in may 2012 at ZP
school Yanamadala village and distributed medicines worth of Rs
50,000 to 108 patients treated by Dr.Ganta Srinivas (MD,DM) and his
team members.
I/IV BTech students and NSS voluntaries have participated in GMC
program Oorante Guntur to create awareness in maintaining
cleanness in and around Guntur on 19
th
April 2013.
II/IV BTech students have created awareness towards Environment by
distributing Cloth jute bags in and around Guntur of worth Rs 50,000
to save Environment and stop plastic bags.
5 km WALK is organized by 600 students, to canvass against the
usage of plastic bags by public, on 30
th
Sep 2011 and it was
inaugurated by Dr Rayapati Sambasivarao,MP, SP, Collector, Principal
and management team Etc.
More than 300 students participated and organized by NSS voluntaries.
Motivation and carrier guidance by Sri V.V. Laksminaryana, IPS
Farmer J D of CBI on 24-06-2013 at Venkateswara Vignana Mandir,
Guntur.
On the Occasion of World water day on 22-03-2013 our 50 NSS
voluntaries participated in a pledge to save water and create a Greener
World for us and future generation.
3.6.4 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower the
under-privileged and most vulnerable sections of society?
The college has organized open house exhibition to school children and
Intermediate students to cultivate interest in engineering education. It also
arranges seminars for rural children to create awareness in engineering
education. The college has organized 5km walk to canvas the usage of cotton
bags in place of plastic bags.

3.6.5 Give details of awards / recognition received by the college for
extension activities / community development work.
NSS unit received Two National Level, Two State Level and Six
University Level awards
NCC unit received best Associate NCC officer award.
Flood relief camp inside and outside state (Kedarnadh)

3.6.6 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities organized by the College, comment on how they


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complement students academic learning experience and specify the
values and skills inculcated?
The participation of students in various social activities improves the integrity,
morals and ethics and also helpfulness for public in the students and
interaction with society is also improved. The college has organized 5km walk
to canvas the usage of cotton bags in place of plastic bags.
3.6.7 How does the College ensure the involvement of the community in
its outreach activities and contribute to the community
development? Detail the initiatives of the College which have
encouraged community participation in its activities.
The college always encourages the community to participate in the activities
conducted by the college for community development. As a part of this people
regularly participate in the activities like
OPEN HOUSE exhibition,
5km walk and other social activities conducted by the college.
Students organized Awareness program on Recent trends in
Electronics for class xth students at Dasaripalem Village.
3.6.8 Does the College have a mechanism to track the students
involvement in various social movements / activities which promote
citizenship roles?
The College has good mechanism to track the students involvement in
various social activities.
3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships (if any) with other
institutions in the nearby locality in working on various outreach
and extension activities.
The NSS volunteers participated in National State Level and University level
youth festival and won awards of recognition. The volunteers of NSS
participated in integration camp held at New Delhi for seven days and won the
overall championship of the NIC. The NSS and NCC units are always
standing on the front to extend their services to any kind of natural calamity.
The NCC and NSS volunteers actively involved in disaster relief since
inception of the college.
3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension
activities and / contributions to the social / community
development during the last four years.
The institution has received two National Level, two state level and six
University level awards for their social and community development through
NSS and NCC units.



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3.7 Collaboration
3.7.1 How has the Colleges collaboration with other agencies impacted
the visibility, identity and diversity of activities on the campus? To
what extent has the College benefited academically and financially
because of collaborations.
Colleges collaboration with other agencies has impact as follows:
Students have the access to do projects in the industry
Students have the opportunity for going on industrial visits and
getting exposure to the real working environment
Students have access for doing internship programmes in the
industries
Transfer of technology information and knowledge from industry to
the faculty and students is done through collaborative programs like
guest lecture, seminars, symposia and other interactive programmes
3.7.2 Mention specific examples of how these linkages promote
Curriculum development
The persons from various industries are the members of Board of Studies and
they take part in curriculum development.
The department of Chemical Engineering has BOS members from various
industries as well as organizations
a. J OCIL Ltd,Dokiparru, Guntur
b. IISc , Bangalore
c. IIT Madras- Chennai
d. NIT Warangal
e. ABB Global Industries and Services Ltd. Bangolore
The department of EEE has linkage with
a. Efftronics systems Pvt.Ltd, Vijayawada,
b. Power Research Development Consultant Pvt.Ltd.,Bangalore-560 086
c. Krishnapatnam Power Corporation Limited, White fields, Kondapur,
Hyderabad for revising the course curriculum based on industry needs.
d. Sravanthi Energy private limited, Utterakhand
e. NTPC Simhadri, Vishakapatnam
The department of Mechanical Engineering has linkages with the

S.No Name of the Organisations
1. Bhavani Polymers, Guntur.
2. Bommidala Filaments Ltd,EdulaPalem, Guntur.
3. Chaitanya Packagings Pvt. Ltd, Dokiparru, Guntur Dist.
4. Govind spares &Marketing Agency, AutoNagar Guntur.


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5. Incap Limited,Nidamanuru, Vijayawada.
6. J OCIL Limited, Dokiparru, Guntur Dist.
7. J ytra Engineering Services,Ameerpet Hyderabad.
8. KMS Power Private Limited, Sattenapalli.
9. Kusalava International Limited, Adavinekkalam, Krishna Dist.
10. Lakshmi Ganapathi Engineering Works (Kumar Pumps)
Tenali, Guntur Dist.
11. Maddi Lakshmaiah & Co.Ltd., Ganapavaram, Guntur Dist.
12. Mohammaed Engineering Auto Nagar, Guntur.
13. Pearl BevaragesLtd., Edulapalem Guntur.
14. Pioneer Automotives,Guntur.
15. Pratap Industries, Enikepadu, Vijayawada.
16. Sangam Dairy, Vadlamudi, Guntur Dist.
17. Satyam Venture Engineering Services, Secunderabad.
18. Sree J ayalakshmi Power Corp. Limited, Guntur.
19. Sri Manjunadha Poly Cans, Guntur.
20. Sunlight Metal Works,Auto Nagar, Vijayawada.
21. Swetha PVC Pipes Limited, Sattenapalli.
22. Tata consultancy Services Ltd. Hyderabad.

The department of Management Sciences has MOU with HDFC Bank.,

Internship, On the job training

Students are permitted to do internships in industries.
Some of the selected organizations that have extended internship facility to the
students include Rallis India; Hyundai Santro; TTK Pharma; Reddy
Laboratories; B.P.L; Air India; Nagarjuna Fertilizers; Indo Matshushita
Appliances; K.C.P Ltd; Philips India Ltd; Blue Star; Medwin Hospitals; LIC;
CEAT Tyres; ITC-ILTD; Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd; Pearl Beverages;
Coromandel Fertilizers Limited; Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limited; APIDC;
J OCIL; NATCO; WIPRO Technologies; Bharat Heavy Electricals
Limited(BHEL): Xerox Modi Corporation; Singareni Colories; Visakha Steel
Plant; APSFC; ECIL,Hyderabad; BHPV,Visakhapatnam; Hindustan Coca-
Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd; National Thermal Power Corporation(NTPC); HCL
Technologies; HDFC Standard Life Insurance; Kotak Mahindra Bank; Kotak
Mahindra Bank; Axis Bank among others.

The following are the internships undergone by the students in different
departments.

S.No Branch 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
1 Chemical Engineering 36 41 36 14
2 Civil Engineering 10 34 43 24


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3 Computer Science &
Engg
-- 1 2 15
4 Electrical & Electronics
Engg.
-- -- 10 33
5 Electronics &
Communication Engg.
-- -- 22 16
6 Mechanical Engineering 20 23 45 13
7 MCA 2 5 2 4
8 MBA 89 90 114 104

*Faculty exchange and development : Nil
*Research, Publication : Nil
*Consultancy, Extension : Nil
*Student Placement :

Annexure : D - 3.7.2

*Any Other, Please specify : Nil

3.7.3 Does the college have MoUs nationally / internationally and with
intuitions of national importance / other universities / industries /
corporate houses etc. ? If yes, explain how the MoUs have contributed in
enhancing the quality and output of teaching learning, research and
development activities of the College.

Yes, the college has MoUs with industries and other institutions. The quality
and output of teaching learning process has been improved due to:

1. Guest lecturers/seminars/workshops conducted by resource persons
drawn from industries and reputed Institutions like IITs, NITs etc..
2. The students encouraged to do their project work in the college/
industry.
3. Industrial training programmes organized to fill the gap between the
industry and academia.
3.7.4 Have the college industry interactions resulted in the establishment
/ creation of highly specialized laboratories / facilities?
Yes, the college industry interactions resulted in the establishment / creation of
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CRITERION - IV
INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1 Physical Facilities
4.1.1 How does the college plan and ensure adequate availability of
physical infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?
The college regularly updates physical infrastructure by constructing
new buildings and replacing obsolete equipment with modern
equipment. Whenever new courses are sanctioned or additional intake is
sanctioned, new buildings are constructed or additional floor space is
created.
Every year, budget proposals are submitted by different departments for
purchase of new equipment for laboratories. The proposals are
scrutinized and funds are sanctioned for the purchase of necessary
equipment
The college constructs buildings in the form of blocks such as Main
Block, Decennial Block, Cyber Block, Silver J ubilee Block, Hitech
Block. Each block is allotted to one or more departments depending on
floor space required by each department.
Each laboratory in the department is utilized optimally. Some of the
laboratories are utilized as per the curriculum.
The college has four Seminar Halls of different seating capacity. These
may be utilized by any department depending on required seating.
4.1.2 Does the college have a policy for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure in order to promote a good-teaching learning
environment? If yes, mention a few recent initiatives.
Yes.
LCD Projectors are installed in 50% of the classrooms in each
department.
Planning to make it 100% in phased manner.
All the laboratories are modernized through MODROBS grants and
college funding.
The college established two e-classrooms.
MOODLE is being used for online student-teacher interaction.
4.1.3 Does the college provide all departments with facilities like office
room, common room, separate rest rooms for women students and
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Yes



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Office and common rooms
S.No Department
Office room
(Sq.m)
Common room
(Sq.m)
1 BT 65.4 85.00
2 CE 77.02 216.80
3 Ch.E 62.00 65.00
4 CSE 62.60 96.90
5 ECE 75.00 178.37
6 EEE 63.00 88.60
7 IT 26.20 86.40
8 ME 57.40 187.62
9 Chemistry 26.13 79.20
10 Physics 30.60 117.20
11 Mathematics & Humanities 30.60 202.20
11 Management Sciences 54.29 116.20
12 Computer Applications 26.40 52.70
Rest rooms for Women students
Room Id Area of room in Sq.m. Building Name
CB113 111.1 Cyber Block
DC102 62.00 Decennial Block
DG110 57.80 Digital Block
SD093 87.30 Shed
SD113 59.00 Shed
SJ106 58.80 Silver J ubilee Block
SJ301 77.50 Silver J ubilee Block
Total area 513.50
4.1.4 How does the College ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet
the requirements of students/staff with disabilities?
Classes and examinations are conducted for the disabled students in the
ground floor. Rest rooms and waiting halls are also provided in the ground
floor.
4.1.5 How does the college cater to the residential requirements of
students? Mention
Capacity of the hostels and occupancy (to be given separately for
men and women)
Capacity Occupancy
Girls hostel 400 400
Boys hostel 550 550




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Recreational facilities in hostel/s like gymnasium, yoga center etc.

Girls hostel : Gymasium, TV room , Indoor games
Boys hostel : Gymasium, TV room , Indoor games, Volley
ball, Shuttle courts
Broadband connectivity/ Wi-Fi facility in hostel/s.
Girls hostel : 133 computers in City Computer Center with internet
facility
Boys hostel : 75 Computer systems with internet facility
4.1.6 How does the college cope with the health related support services
for its students, faculty and non-teaching staff on the campus and
beyond?
There is a Dispensary in the college campus with full time pharmacist.
A qualified doctor visits the dispensary. It caters to the needs of
students and staff during the working hours of the college.
Since most of the college management members are well qualified
practicing doctors, they offer their free services to the students and the
staff outside the campus.
Boys hostel is visited by a doctor from nearby Katuri Medical College .
A lady doctor visits girl hostel daily.
College has setup 1500 Lph( Liters Per Hour) RO(Reverse Osmosis)
plant to cater to the safe drinking water needs of the students and staff
in the college campus. This water is supplied to all the blocks in the
college to cover the entire campus.
Boys and Girls hostels are also provided with RO plants.
4.1.7 What special facilities are made available on the campus to
promote interest in sports and cultural events?
The following facilities are available for sports.
Table Tennis, caroms, weight lifting, Gymnasium, Chess, Cricket ground,
Football field, Volley ball courts, Basket ball courts, Net ball court, Ball
badminton courts, Throw ball courts, Tennycoit courts, Cricket practice nets.
Slots are provided in the time-tables for sports.
The following physical facilities are available for cultural events.
1. Sri. G. Ramarayudu Auditorium
2. Sri CNR Open air theatre.

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory committee? Specify the
composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have


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been implemented by the committee to render the library,
student/user friendly?
Yes, the library has Advisory Committee.

Composition of advisory committee :
Chairman : Principal
Convener : Librarian
Members : One faculty member & One student from each
department
Significant Initiatives:
Preparation of annual library budget to meet the requirements.
Establishment of Digital Library for e-J ournals
Visits to book exhibitions to procure rare and latest books.
Two computers are kept for enquiry of books according to author and
title using OPAC.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. m.) : 1300
City centre library (in Sq. m.) : 100
Total seating capacity. : 250
Seating capacity of City Centre library : 64
Working hours (on working days, on holiday, before examination days,
during examination days, during vacation)
o During working days : 8.00AM to 4.30 PM
o During vacation : 9.30AM to 4.30PM
o City Centre library : 4PM to 10PM
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e-resources).
o Individual reading carrels : Nil
o Lounge area for browsing : 341 Sq.m.
o Relaxed reading : 91 Sq.m.
o IT zone for accessing e-resources : 45.5 Sq.m.
Access to the premises through prominent display of clearly laid out
floor plan; adequate signage; fire alarm; access to differently abled users
and mode of collection.
Yes, there is a display of location of various sections in each floor of the
library with appropriate direction signs. Library staff assist differently abled
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4.2.3 Give details on the library holdings
Total number of Library Holdings are : 97702
a. Print (Books, back volumes and thesis):

Books Back Volumes Project Reports
91548 4784 1370
b. Non print (Microfiche, AV) CDs : 3267
c. Electronic (e-books-Journals):

The college subscribes to e-journals of the following.
ASME, ASCE, IEEE, SCEINCE DIRECT, SPRINGER, McGraw-Hill,
Access Engineering, , J -GATE.

d. Special Collection (eg. Text book, Reference Books, Standards,
Patents)
Text books Reference Books Standards
27120 1748 1852

4.2.4 What tools does the library provide to access the collection?
OPAC
Yes, the Library has OPAC for the convenience of the readers.

Electronic resource management package for e-journals
The library subscribes to various e-journals which can be access by a
password.
Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases
Video presentations and guest lectures are available through TIDAL.
* Library Website
A link is provided in the college web site for library information.
* In-house/remote access to e-publications
e-publications can be accessed within the college and City Centre.
4.2.5 To what extent the ICT deployed in the library.
Library automation
Circulation counter is fully automated through bar coding .
Total no of computers for public access 17
Total number of printers for public access 2


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Internet /band width speed #2Mbps #10Mbps #1GB
16Mbps with BSNL Broadband optical fibre cable
40 Mbps with national knowledge network connection.
Institutional Repository
224 valuable and Rare books are available for Reference purpose.
Content management system for e-learning
Through CDs/DVDs / ebooks
Participation in resources sharing networks/consortia (like
inflibnet)
The library has DELNET for resource sharing.

4.2.6 Provide details
Average number of walk-ins 500
Average number of books issued/returned 400
Ratio of library books to students enrolled 19.3:1
Average number of books added during last three years. 10256
Average number of login to OPAC 105
Average number of login to e-resources 90
Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed. 95
Number of information literacy trainings organized. 18

4.2.7 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library
Manuscripts
Not applicable
Reference
A reference section of 325sq.m. area is provided. It has a seating
capacity of 200 and has 27120 books. Reference books lent overnight.
Reprography
The library has a CANON photo copying machine facility. It has a speed
of 40 copies per minute.
ILL (Inter library Loan Service)
DELNET provides for ILL.
Information Deployment and Notification
The library displays the latest acquisitions for browsing and content
brochure of new arrivals.
OPAC
Two computers are kept for readers for the enquiry of books according
to author and title. The reader can also find number of copies in General
Section and Book Bank. Complete information like year of publication,
edition, volume, price etc. are available to the reader.


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Internet Access
Internet access is provided through 16mbps with BSNL Broadband
optical fibre cable
40 mbps with national knowledge network connection
Downloads
12 computer systems with internet access are provided for downloading.
Printouts :
2 printers are available for users.
Reading list/ Bibliography compilation
OPAC is available.
In-house / remote access to e-resources
e-publications can be accessed within the college and City Centre.
User orientation
Newly admitted students are briefed about library usage.
Assistance in searching Databases
The library staff always guide the users in searching the databases.
INFLIBNET/IUC facilities
DELNET is available in the library.

4.2.8 Provide details on the annual library budget and the amount spent
for purchasing new books and journals.
Sl.No. Year
Total budget
(Rs.)
Amount
spent for
books (Rs.)
Amount
spent for
journals (Rs.)
1 2012-2013 37,00,000 12,92,904 17,88,374
2 2011-2012 27,70,000 9,60,433 16,79,536
3 2010-2011 22,45000 11,91,176 9,14,188
4 2009-2010 21,20,000 17,29,657 5,09,181

4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from the users? If yes, how is it
analyzed and used for improving the library services.
Yes, a suggestion box is available in the library for feedback. Feedback is also
collected during counseling sessions and interaction meetings with students
and from student members of Library Advisory Committee.
4.2.10 List the infrastructural development of the library over the last
four years.
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4.2.11 Did the library organize workshop/s for students, teachers, non-
teaching staff of the college to facilitate better Library usage?
Yes, Orientation Programme is conducted for newly admitted students and
newly recruited staff.
4.3 IT Infrastructure
4.3.1 Does the college have a comprehensive IT policy addressing
standards on IT service Management, Information Security,
Network security, Risk Management and Software Asset
Management?
IT Service Management:

Public data:
Available to public through website. No access control or identification
is required.
The data can be accessed by the public at any point of time
General administrative data:
Proprietary data for general administration.
Primarily internal usage, not for external distribution e.g., student
names, addresses etc. It is maintained by Student Information System.
Protected data:
The protected data can be accessed by the authorities with the written
approval of the Principal

Email System:
Webmail by college server is the primary e-mail service offered to
Institutes Employees.
Webmail using the Google-apps is provided to the students.

Information Security
Institute maintains the information regarding its students, employees and other
users in order to facilitate the monitoring of performance, achievements,
health and safety. The information is with the college administration and with
in the Department.
Network Security
The College is having intranet and internet facility with firewall
security.


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The user agrees to abide by all the licensing agreements for software
entered into by the Institute with other parties.
In order to use the computing facilities of the Institute a person must
first be registered. During registration, a username and password will
be allocated. These are for the exclusive use of the person applying for
use of computing facilities. Un authorized use will be restricted.
Students can not transmit or make accessible offensive, annoying, or
harassing material, such as broadcasting unsolicited messages or
sending unwanted mail.
Risk Management
The risk management of IT assets is associated with the use, ownership,
operation, involvement, influence and adoption of IT within the institute. The
institute has two fold policy to manage the risk.
The institutional IT assets such as college website, learning services
and campus automation systems will be protected against
vulnerabilities, threats, likelihood loss or impact.
Implementing the standards set by the professionals to mitigate the
risk. The institute takes no responsibility to the users data.
Software Asset Management
It is the policy of Institute to respect all computer software copyrights
and adhere to the Terms & Conditions of any license to which Institute
is a party.
The Institute will not condone the use of any software that does not
have a license.
All computer software acquired by the college is purchased through the
approval of established procurement procedures
Computer software can only be installed by the responsible staff
Once the software has been received and installed, the administrative
staff of the department are responsible for ensuring that the original
media, license documents, manuals and other associated material are
securely and appropriately stored as institute managed assets.
The removal of obsolete Software used by the Institute is carried out by
the College Administrator
Software users may not load or use any software received via email.
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All the users are made aware that the Institute electronically / manually
audits all computers, registers on a regular basis. At times, random
audits are also carried out.

4.3.2 Give the details of the colleges computing facilities (hardware and
software)
Number of systems with configuration
SERVERS:19

Sl.No. Configuration Qty.
1. HP ML350G4 Server, XEON 3.0GHZ/800MHZ FSB with
2MB L2 cache(SCSIbase,SATA base and ITB sata model)
2GB ECC ddr2 RAM/3x145GB SCSI hot swapped hard
disk/redundant power supply SA642 RAID control warranty
3/3/3 S/N INI6250 RC1/RC2/ CN76290236
2No.
2. Server DL185G5 2218 8LFF batch SSGH852YK5X single
AMD option 2218 dual core @ 2.66 Ghz processor 2x1 MB
Cache SCSI models-6 Integrated smart array 200i with
128MB BBWC,HDD,146 GB 15k SAS Server hard disk -
4No s batch SGC 850 POGK,SGC 850 POG6,SGC 850
POGM,SGC 850 POHM 8GB server RAMs 2x4 GB kit -
1Nos Server RPS DL 180 Kit -1 Nos 4GB Server RAMS
2x2GB LP kit - 2 Nos batch SKR285 0018H,SKR285
0018,monitor HP 19" LCD wide 28MM-KA 24AA - 1 Nos
Batch : S3CQ8183BHV
1 No.
3. HP ML350 XEON 2.8/1GB RAM/RPS/RAID
CONTROLLER/15 MONITOR
1 No.
4. IBM SERVER 1 No.
5.

Server HP DL 580 G5 batch SSGH846XCST Intel xeon
x7460@2.67GHz Processor 16MB cache, 1066FSb,16Gb
ram,DUAL 10/100/1000 Gigabit,HDD Server 146 Gb -SAS-
10KRPM monitor hp 19" LCD wide 28MM - 14A214AA
batch S3CQ8183BDC
1 No.

6. HPML150G2 Server 1 No.
7. HP Server TC2100 1 No.
8. HP ML 350 INTEL XEON 3.0 GHZ, 4GB RAM,590 GB
HDD
1 No.
9. HP DL 180 G6 SERVER 2.26 GHZ, 32 GB RAM, 2 TB HDD 1 No.
10. HP NET SERVER LC 2000 PIII 933 MHZ 128 MB RAM
,182.GB HDD
1 No.
11. HP P-III SERVER TC2100 933 MHZ,128 MB RAM, 18 GB
SCSI HDD
3 Nos.


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12. Server1:PIII,INTEL(R) XEON(R)CPU,2.40GHZ 1 No.
13. Server11: HPML350 G6 HP 1.0 TB(1024GB) 4 Nos.

NODES:1259
Sl.No. Configuration Quantity
1. HPDx 7400 -GD 385 AV batch Intel C2DE 8400 @ 3.0 Q 33
chipset MB, 3Gb 160 Gb sata, 3years + monitor hp 15 TFT-
FM745AA
329
2. Desktop Elite 7100/4/500/
Core 13-550-WJ 045AV Monitor HP 15.6" TFT NJ 711AA
220
3. HP DX 5150 MT AMD DUAL CORE 2GHZ 1GB RAM,80
GB HDD.HP 15 COLOUR MONITOR
137
4. HP COMPAQ business PRO 6000 seires AT492 - AV batch
Intel Pentium core 2 deo E8500@3.16 GHz Intel Q 43 chipset
mother board @ 133/sb 6 MB cache, 4GB DDR RAM 320 GB
SATA HDD.
120
5. HP COMPAQ DX-6100mt P-IV 3.0 GHZ, 256MB RAM,40
GB HDD,1.44 FDD,15MONITOR
3
6. HP COMPAQ, 2.4 GHZ, 256DDR 40 GB HDD, 1.44 FDD,
KB,Mouse
47
7. HP COMPAQ, 2.6 GHZ, 256DDR 40 GB HDD, 15
Monitor,CD Drive, KB,Mouse
47
8. HP COMPAQ, 2.8GHZ, 256DDR 40 GB HDD, 15
Monitor,CD Drive, KB,Mouse
61
9. HP COMPAQ, 3.0 GHZ, 256DDR 40 GB HDD, 1.44 FDD
KB,Mouse
97
10. HP DX-5750 MT , 512 MB DDR, 80 GB HDD 3
11. HP COMPAQ AMD DC5750 20
12. HP COMPAQ BUSINEES DC 5750 PC 3 GB DDR2 RAM,
80 GB SATA HDD
109
13. COMPAQ EVO 380MX 15
14. HP Xw4300 Workstations P4 32GHZ/2MB/800Fsb
1GB(2512)Ddr, 2-667 ECC, Nvidia Quadro Fx540, 16GB
SATA2, COMBO Xpp with 17 TFT Monitor with
preinstalled Xp prof, 64 Bit OS., warranty3/3/3
9
15. AMD Athlon MT PC 25
16. HPDX2255PC, HPTFTMONITOR,
HPCOMBO DRIVE
17
Computer-student ratio :
UG:- 1:4
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Dedicated computing facility
Each department has a computer centre.
Computer centres are also provided in boys and Girls hostels.
LAN facility: Entire campus is connected with optical fibre cable by
using 10/100Mbps which is connected by CISCO 1900/2900 server
switches.
Proprietary software / Open source softwares
Sl.No. Name of the Software Dept. Qty
1 VHDL Software FPGA advantage ECE 1 pack
2 MATLAB Software ECE 1
3 PSPICE Software ECE 4 sets
4 Xilinx Synthesis tools Software ECE 1
5 MS windows 2000 Advanced server
Academic version with 25 users licenses &
75 client access licenses
IT 1
6 SCo Open Server 5.0.6 with 100 user licenses
Base pack
IT 1
7 Red Hat Linux IT 1
8 Oracle 8i standard workgroups unlimited user IT 1
9 IBM DB2 UDB developers edition Licensed
S/W
IT 10 Nos.
10 Norton anti-virus IT 1
11 Symantec SBS 10.0( 10 users) IT 2 Sets
12 NOVELL NETWARE CSE 100 Users
13 Crystal Reports Developers 8.5 CSE 1 Pack
14 Rational Rose CSE 30 Users
15 Developer 6i CSE 1 Pack
16 Borland / Turbo C++3.0 CSE 1 Pack
17 Pronunciation power CSE 60 Users
18 HI-CLASS SOFTWARE CSE 60 Users
19 TELEPHONE IN ENGLISH CSE 1 Pack
20 GMAT CSE 1 Pack
21 GRE CSE 1 Pack
22 ENGLISH MASTERY CSE 1 Pack
23 TOFEL MASTERY CSE 1 Pack
24 GLOBARENA SOFT SKILLS CSE 1 Pack
25 KASPERSKY & NOD-32 ANTIVIRUS CSE 1200
Users
26 MICROSOFT CAMPUS AGREEMENT CSE 45 Users
27 MiPower v5.0 E.E.E 5 Users
28 Orcad PSpice E.E.E 5 Users
29 EMTP E.E.E 1 User


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30 MATLAB 6.5.1 E.E.E 10 Users
31 PSIM V6.0 E.E.E 5 Users
32 MiPower v6.0 E.E.E 5 Users
33 PSCAD/EMTDC V4.2.1 E.E.E 10 Users
34 STADDIII R.22 (WINDOWS) CE 1No
35 AUTO CIVIL CE 1No
36 STRAP CE 1No
37 FOUND +CROSEC CE 1No
38 ARCHITECTURAL DESKTOP CE 1 No
39 3DSTUDIO VIZ CE 1 No
40 STAAD PRO 2000 CE 1 No
41 Super Rate Analysis CE 1 No
42 Quantity CE 1 No
43 Road Estimate CE 1 No
44 RESIST CD CE 1 No
45 STRUDS Adv 2008 Software-05 users
Network License
CE 1 No
46 SEPL-ESRGSR CE 1 No
47 PRIMAVERA P6.7(EPPM) CE 1 No
48 CATIA V-5 R-18 -20 users MECH 20 Users
49 ANSYS 11.0 -5 Users MECH 5 Users
50 Edge CAM V 10.5 MECH 50 Users
51 FLEXSIM SOFTWARE MECH 20 Users
52 PRO-ENGINEER MECH 50 Users
53 AUTO Desk Inventor MECH 3 Users
54 CADian Mech 2002 MECH 35 Users
55 I-DEAS MECH 5 Users
56 MSC Visual Nastran 4D MECH 1 User
57 AUTOCAD updated to Mechanical Desktop
6
MECH 1 User
58 WALI III for Robot Arm MECH 1 User
59 Master CAM Version 7.1 MECH 1 User
60 CNC Milling Tutor Software MECH 1 User
61 CNC Lathe Software MECH 1 User
62 ASPEN PLUS University Package ChE 150 Users
63 TRIANGLE SIMULATION SOFTWARE ChE 15 User
64 REON 0168 SOFTWARE SL-159 BT 1 User
65 Lotus Notes with collaboration LIC/SW CA 10 Users
66 LOTUS Domino Designer LIC/SW CA 1 User
67 Media & Documentation Kit for LOTUS
domino application server
CA 1 User
68 Documentation kit for LOTUS Domino
designer
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69 LOTUS Suite LIC/SW CA 10 Users
70 Media & Documentation Kit for LOTUS
smart suite
CA 1 User
71 STAAD PRO V8 CE 5 Users
Number of nodes/computers with internet facilities : 1259
4.3.3 What are the Institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
Year by year systems are being upgraded in a phased manner. Obsolete
equipment is being replaced by the latest configuration. Last year, p III
systems were replaced with i3 processor systems. Recently, more i3 and i5
systems are purchased to replace p IV systems.
4.3.4 Give details on access to online teaching and learning resources
and other knowledge, and information provided to the staff and
students for quality teaching, learning and research.
Faculty have access to NPTEL course materials and videos through internet.
Videos and conference proceedings are available through TIDAL data. The
college is subscribing to various national and international journals which are
used for conducting research.
4.3.5 Give details on the ICT enabled class room/learning spaces
available within the college and how they are utilized for
enhancing the quality of teaching and learning.
The college has two e-classrooms.
More than 50% of lecture halls are provided with LCD projectors
Using LCD projectors, live examples are shown to the students in the
form of photographs/simulations. Various processes are better
explained using animations and videos through LCD projectors.
The Seminars halls are provided with internet facility which provides
access to web resources for teaching
4.3.6 How the faculty are facilitated to prepare computer aided
teaching-learning, materials? What are the facilities available in
the college or affiliating university for such initiatives?
Majority of faculty members are provided with computer systems with
internet facility. Each department has computer centre with internet facility.
Using these computer facilities, computer aided teaching-learning materials
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4.3.7 How are the computers and their accessories maintained (AMC,
etc.)
The college has a computers maintenance cell headed by a Professor of
Computer Science and Engineering assisted by two qualified hardware
engineers. Spares are being maintained for immediate servicing of the
systems. AMC is entered into for the maintenance of uninterrupted power
supplies in the college.
4.3.8 Does the College avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating university? If so,
what are the services availed of?
The college has 40 Mbps connectivity to National Knowledge Network
directly. This connectivity is used to access video lectures/ web courses/
resource material.
4.3.9 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
update, deployment and maintenance of the computers in the
college?
S.No. Year Budget (Rs)
Amount
Spent ( Rs)
1 2012-13 40,00,000 33,41,856
2 2011-12 40,00,000 39,18,873
3 2010-11 5,00,000 1,15,617
4 2009-10 85,00,000 82,26,135

4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities
4.4.1 Does the College have an Estate office/ designated officer for
overseeing maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and
laboratories? If yes, mention a few campus specific initiatives
undertaken to improve the physical ambience.
Yes, the college has Site Engineer who looks after maintenance of Buildings,
Classrooms and Laboratories. A few campus specific initiatives to improve
physical ambience are given below.
Planted trees and developed gardens.
Class rooms and laboratories are maintained such that they are clean
and hygienic.


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4.4.2 Does the college appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not,
how are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipment
maintained? Give details.
Yes
The college has Maintenance committee headed by Sri M.L.N. Krishna
Sai, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering.
There is also a committee headed by Head, IT Department, for
maintenance of college web site.
The college has separate staff for maintenance and repair. The
following are the details of such staff.
The college AC units are maintained by a separate committee head by
Dr.N.V.V.S.Sudheer.
AC Mechanic 1No.
Intercom Mechanic 1No.
Plumber 1No.
Carpenter 1 No.
Civil Supervisors - -2 Nos.
Hardware Engineers 2Nos.
Electricians 4Nos.
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CRITERIA V

STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1 Does the College have an independent system for student support
and mentoring? If yes, what are its structural and functional
characteristics?
Yes, Counseling of students through staff counselor is carried out
regularly.
Staff counselors assist students with personal, family, educational,
psychological, and career decisions & problems. While helping students
plan for college and career is part of their job, the function of the
counselor is to talk to students, give advice, listen to the problems, help
students develop coping skills and educate them to become good
problem-solvers and decision-makers on their own. If problems are not
solved by assigned counselor, then the help of higher authorities is sort.
5.1.2 What provisions exist for academic mentoring apart from class
room work?
Class tests, seminars and assignments are conducted to gauge the extent
of understanding of fundamentals.
Use of video lesions (NPTEL) and open courseware PPTs for better
understanding of topics by the students outside classroom schedules.
Encouragement to participate in technical paper meets of various
technical institutions, workshops and quizzes with adequate preparation.
Counseling on best ways to prepare for technical competitions.
Guidance and supervision during project work execution to get the best
out of the students.
Academic counseling outside classroom schedules on latest trends,
codes, design practices and manufacture of goods in various
specializations of the programs.
Extempore presentations on relevant frontier technologies by senior
faculty.
Transfer of salient technical knowhow and shop floor practices adopted
by industries, obtained through MOUs, to students to improve their
employability.
Training in written test, group discussion and preparation of resumes to
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5.1.3 Does the College provide personal enhancement and development
schemes for students? If yes, describe techniques employed e.g.,
career counseling, soft skill development, etc.
The efforts are being made by the institution to improve the employability of
the students and attracting the industry on to the campus to recruit the
students. Some of the efforts made by the college are given as follows:
Constituted Career Guidance and Placement Cell.
The Entrepreneurship Management Development (EMD) Cell was
established in the institute funded by AICTE.
The College has J awahar Knowledge Centre (J KC).
The College conducts Training Programmes in Communication Skills
and Soft Skills by professionals. For this a well-equipped, highly
configured and dedicated computer lab with latest software is available.
The College organizes Guest Lectures and awareness programmes on
Communication Skills and Personality Development.
5.1.4 Does the College publish its updated prospectus and handbook
annually? If yes, what are the activities/information
included/provided to students through these documents? Is there a
provision for online access?
Yes, The College publishes the Prospectus and Handbook/Academic Calendar.
Prospectus:
Contains details of programs offered, brief history of the institution, academic
rules and regulations, fee structure, library resources, endowment scholarships,
faculty and facilities provided.
Academic Calendar/Hand book:
Consists of syllabus, class work and examination schedule.
Online Access:
Yes. The following provide online access.
Website(http://www.rvrjcce.ac.in/): A brief history of the institute,
department wise faculty details, placements, alumni, anti-ragging, examination
section, academics, information on various laboratories, achievement of the
students, sports, NCC, NSS, research activities and other important
information about the institute is provided.
Moodle (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning environment)
(http://courses.rvrjcce.ac.in/moodle/): It has course information, academic
calendar, syllabus, assignments, lecture notes, previous question papers,
question banks etc. for the benefit of students.


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5.1.5 Specify the type and number of scholarships/freeships given to
students (UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D/Diploma/others in tabular form) by
the College Management during the last four years. Indicate
whether the financial aid was available on time.
Different scholarships/financial assistantship provided to the UG and PG
students are given below:
Poor & Merit Scholarships given by the College to UG and PG Students

Year No. of Students Total (Rs.)
2013-14 155 29,30,000/-
2012-13 103 18,55,000/-
2011-12 44 6,60,000/-
2009-10 150 16,50,000/-
The financial aid was extended to the students on time.
5.1.6 What percentage of students receives financial assistance from
state government, central government and other national
agencies? (e.g., Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY), SN
Bose Fellow, etc.)
Different scholarships/ financial assistantship provided to the UG & PG
students from state government are given below:
UG Students Scholarship information:
Academic
Year
Category No. of students
sanctioned financial
assistance
Total No. of
Scholarship
holders
Total
No. of
Studen
ts
%
RENEWALS FRESH
2013-14 BC 480 218 698 1101 63.40
SC 239 108 347 456 76.10
ST 78 36 114 143 79.72
PHC 1 0 1 1 100.00
MMWD 91 53 144 172 83.72
EBC 585 275 860 2162 39.78
Total 1474 690 2164 4034 53.64
2012-13 BC 439 198 637 1002 63.57
SC 212 110 322 428 75.23
ST 69 39 108 137 78.83
PHC 2 1 3 3 100.00
MMWD 74 44 118 146 80.82
EBC 499 252 751 1967 38.18
Total 1295 644 1939 3683 52.65


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2011-12 BC 410 214 624 771 80.93
SC 200 100 300 300 100.00
ST 66 33 99 96 103.13
PHC 7 0 7 6 116.67
MMWD 60 35 95 105 90.48
EBC 405 206 611 1481 41.26
Total 1148 588 1736 2759 62.92
2010-11

BC 405 149 554 724 76.52
SC 192 82 274 305 89.84
ST 56 31 87 85 102.35
PHC 9 0 9 4 225.00
MMWD 60 26 86 86 100.00
EBC 334 161 495 1482 33.40
Total 1056 449 1505 2686 56.03
PG Students Scholarship information:
Academic
Year
Category No. of students
sanctioned financial
assistance
Total No.
of
Scholarship
holders
Total
No. of
Students
%
RENEWALS FRESH
2013-14 BC 76 56 132 179 73.74
SC 21 22 43 69 62.32
ST 7 3 10 14 71.43
PHC 0 1 1 1 100.00
MMWD 14 14 28 35 80.00
EBC 128 97 225 397 56.68
Total 246 193 439 695 63.17
2012-13 BC 89 48 137 137 100.00
SC 42 18 60 60 100.00
ST 7 6 13 13 100.00
PHC 0 0 0 0 0.00
MMWD 16 9 25 25 100.00
EBC 76 105 181 181 100.00
Total 230 186 416 416 100.00
2011-12 BC 83 69 152 207 73.43
SC 44 28 72 91 79.12
ST 3 7 10 15 66.67
PHC 1 0 1 1 100.00
MMWD 14 11 25 32 78.13
EBC 65 57 122 323 37.77
Total 210 172 382 669 57.10
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SC 33 23 56 88 63.64
ST 7 2 9 16 56.25
PHC 3 0 3 3 100.00
MMWD 9 11 20 28 71.43
EBC 73 44 117 317 36.91
Total 212 138 350 631 55.47

Gate qualified students are given stipend as per AICTE norms.

5.1.7 Does the College have an International Student Cell to cater to the
needs of foreign students? If so, what measures have been taken to
attract foreign students?
No, so far no admissions for foreign students.
5.1.8 What types of support services are available for
Overseas students
No admission to overseas students.
Physically challenged/differently abled students
The college is providing the following facilities to the differently abled
students
Lecture and Examination halls are provided at the ground floor and
other facilities as per the norms of the state and central governments.
Physically challenged students are provided with lift facility.
Tricycles are provided to physically challenged students.
SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker Sections are given fee
reimbursement provision provided by the Government.
SC/ST book bank of the college provides required text books and
reference books to the students.
The college has a system of special training for academically weak
students.
Economically weaker sections are provided the scholarship by the
college.
Students to participate in various competitions/conferences in India
and abroad
Students are encouraged to participate in various competitions and
conferences in India with financial assistance from the college.
Large number of students participates in various events organized
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Good number of students gets prizes in events organized by Inter
University and Inter Collegiate events.
Students are provided with necessary guidance for the competitions/
conferences.
Health centre, health insurance etc.
A Dispensary with free medicines and also a qualified doctor assisted
by a Pharmacist in the college campus as well as in both the hostels are
provided.
The College Management has well qualified practicing doctors; they
offer their free service to the students outside the campus.
The students are covered under Accident Insurance policy and the
insurance premium is paid by the college.
The college hostel has a tie-up with Katuri Medical College, Guntur.
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
The College conducts Training Programmes in Communication Skills
and Soft Skills by professionals. For this a well-equipped, highly
configured and dedicated computer lab with latest software.
Curriculum is so designed to make students 100% computer literate.
Add-on programmes are conducted on the following areas: Soft Skills,
Communication Skills, Modern English Usage, and Stress
Management.
Communication Skills and Language Lab were introduced in the
curriculum for all UG students
Performance enhancement for slow learners/students who are at risk
of failure and dropouts
Slow learners/students who are at risk of failure and dropout are
identified and based on the performance of the students up to the first
half of the semester, students are provided special coaching and
counseling for performance enhancement.
Remedial classes are conducted for students who have backlogs.
Exposure of students to other institutions of higher
learning/corporates/business houses, etc.
Students are encouraged & guided to participate in events organized by
the college and other institutions.
National Level Technical Student Meets are arranged in each department
in which the students of other institution participate.
Students are encouraged to take internship at IITs and other reputed
institutes.
Industrial visits are arranged for the students for practical exposure.
Workshops on entrepreneur development are organized for the students


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to enhance the business development qualities in students.
Publication of student magazines
College news letter is released every six months incorporating the
students achievements and special skills.
Department News Letter is released every semester.
Souvenirs are released at every student meet.

5.1.9 Does the College provide guidance/coaching classes for Civil
Services, Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive
examinations? If yes, what is the outcome?
Yes, the following are the details:
Awareness is created for Civil Services, Defense Services, and other
competitive examinations to inculcate the interest of the students.
Provides guidance for admission tests like GATE, GRE, TOEFL, CAT
and other competitive examinations.
Trains in communication English, Verbal, Non-Verbal, and Reasoning
for Campus Placements and Competitive Examinations.
Outcome:
20-30% of students are qualified in GATE, 30-40% of students get their
employment and 15-20% of the students go abroad.
5.1.10 Mention the policies of the College for enhancing student
participation in sports and extracurricular activities through
strategies such as
Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
The provision of periods of sports in academic time table.
To ensures active participation of students in sports and extracurricular
activities.
Attendance exemption, conducting of special classes and Lecture notes
handouts are provided.
Adjustments of lab work and lab examination dates are implemented.
Faculty teaches the topics missed by the students due to the in
participation in the sports, cultural and other extracurricular events.
Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
The College provides special diet, sports uniform, and sports kit to the
sports students.
T.A. and D.A is provided to the students at the time of their
participation in tournaments.


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Any other
The students are encouraged to participate by providing prizes.
5.1.11 Does the College have an institutionalized mechanism for
placement of its students? What services are provided to help
students identify job opportunities, prepare themselves for
interview, and develop entrepreneurship skills?
The College has Placement Cell with the prime objective of creating career
opportunities in reputed corporates. The Cell is devoted to cater to the needs of
the organizations in conducting campus interviews for placements.
Interactions with organizations are regularly done for placement requirements.
Placement cell also conducts career guidance workshops to the final and pre-
final year students to face their future with confidence.
Its main objectives are
To make RVR & J C CE the favorite destination for all multinational
companies.
To establish state of the art in house training facility for honing the
skills of the students.
To build RVR & J C CE brand value in the corporate world.
To plan more industry-institution interactions to benefit students and
faculty.
To train the students on soft skills & technical skills.
To introduce video conferencing with industry experts & successful
alumni to create awareness for Campus to Corporate Transformation.
To Schedule training programs from 1
st
year to prepare students to
meet corporate needs & requirements.
EMD Cell was set-up in RVR & J C College of Engineering campus with the
assistance of AICTE, New Delhi, to promote and educate young students to
take the benefit of the policies of the government by establishing their own
ventures. The cell organizes different activities and events to inculcate
Entrepreneurial Spirit among the Science & Technology students.
The mission is to promote entrepreneurship-led innovation, thereby creating
"Nation of Entrepreneurs" driven by creativity, initiative, risk taking,
discipline, and personal development.
Objectives:
To develop entrepreneurial skills and techniques necessary to recognize
problems, and develop & carryout realistic solutions to problems.
To educate Engineering students from non-business to business,
innovation to invention within the existing business and in start-up
business situations.


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To create works of culture, nurture arts, host the intellectual conscience
and discourse of society, generate new scientific knowledge for the good
of both the economy and society at large.
To organize mentorship programmes - employ a symmetrical effort so
that mentor and mentee learn from each other.
5.1.12 Give the number of students selected during campus interviews by
different employers (list the employer and the number of
companies who visited the campus annually for the last four
years).

The list of the companies visited and selected students in the campus for the
last four academic years are given below:
S.No. Acc. Year
Companies
visited
No. of students
selected in the campus
1 2012-13 32 249
2 2011-12 49 383
3 2010-11 54 512
4 2009-10 22 137
Annexure : D- 5.1.12
5.1.13 Does the College have a registered Alumni association? If yes,
what are its activities and contributions to the development of the
College?
Yes, The Alumni Association of this institute is called as RAJ CEAA i.e. RVR
& J C College of Engineering Alumni Association. This was registered under
Societies Act XXI of 1860 with Society No. 140 in 1998. The office
headquarters of RAJ CEAA is in the premises of RVR & J C college of
Engineering, Chowdavaram, Guntur-522019, A.P., India.
The mission of the Alumni Association is to foster a mutually beneficial
relationship between the Institute and its alumni.
Activities and Contributions:
To encourage and promote close relations between the Institution and its
alumni and among the alumni themselves.
To promote and Encourage friendly relations between all members of the
alumni body, an interest in the affairs and well-being of the Institution.
To provide and disseminate information regarding their Alma Matter, its
graduates, Faculties and students, to the alumni.
To initiate and develop programs for the benefit of the alumni.
To assist and supporting the efforts of the Institution in obtaining funds
for development,
To serve as a forum through which alumni may support and advance the
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To guide and assist alumni who have recently completed their courses to
obtain employment and engage in productive pursuits useful to society.
To organize and co-ordinate reunion activities of the Alumni and let the
Alumni acknowledge their gratitude to their Alma Matter.
To collect, publish and distribute such information as may be useful to
the alumni and their Alma Mater.
5.1.14 Does the College have a student grievance redressal cell? Give
details of the nature of grievances reported and how they were
redressed.
Yes, Student Grievance Redressal Cell has been instituted on the campus.
The students can convey their grievances through online on college website
and offline by suggestion box. The complaints are scrutinized regularly by
Grievance Redressal Cell. Every complaint is attended to and carefully
considered for appropriate solution. The Principal acts in consultation with the
Management. Suggestion boxes are installed at reachable location at the
campus and also in hostels.
Basing on the complaints the following amenities have been provided,
maintained and restored.
Water coolers are repaired.
Additional dining tables and chairs were provided in Girls Waiting
Rooms.
Services of a choreographer are utilized to train the students in dances
and ballets for college functions and also for inter-collegiate
competitions.
5.1.15 Does the College have a cell and mechanism to resolve issues of
sexual harassment?
Yes, the college has a mechanism to resolve the issues of sexual harassments.
Fortunately such incidents have not happened so far in the college.
5.1.16 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any)
have been reported during the last four years and what action has
been taken on these?
Yes. There is an Anti-Ragging Committee.
Objectives & Activities:
Creating ragging free atmosphere in and outside of the campus.
Seniors are expected to maintain self-imposed discipline and restraint.
In particular, they must be careful about:
- Creating cordial relations among students for fulfilling
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- Creating awareness among students regarding how the self
confidence of the individual influences the national interest.
- The Convener has conducted several interaction meetings with
Anti Ragging Committee members and advised them to create a
ragging free environment.
Anti-ragging squads comprising of faculty members, non-teaching
staffs and senior students have been formed to make surprise visits to
very sensitive location within the campus and outside the campus.
Number of display boards giving detail descriptions of anti ragging
activities, Supreme Court directives and penalty liable to be imposed
on those involved in such activities have been displayed at various
places within the campus.
A few minor complaints have been received and suitable action has been
promptly taken.
5.1.17 How does the College elicit the cooperation from all stakeholders
to ensure overall development of the students considering the
curricular and co curricular activities, research, community
orientation, etc. ?
The College elicits the cooperation from all stakeholders to ensure overall
development of the students considering :
Curricular and Co-Curricular Activities:
Meetings are held at a regular frequency to review the overall
development of the students. Academic growth apart involvement,
participations and success of the students in co-curricular and
extracurricular activities are reviewed.
Suggestions from alumni members & other stakeholders are considered
in revising the curricular activities and co-curricular activities.
The stakeholders suggest the names of the eminent personalities for
guest lecturers/workshops/seminars/conferences/symposia
Promotion of Research:
The technological support, expenditure of printing and stationery is
provided to the researchers.
Research J ournals, books, internet, Photo copying facility, etc. are
provided.
For Papers/Models presented/exhibited at conferences/workshops
expenses are reimbursed.


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5.1.18 What special schemes/mechanisms are in place to motivate
students for participation in extracurricular activities such as
sports, cultural events, etc?
Sports
The college has provided necessary infrastructure that helps the students
to inculcate good habit of playing games and also to develop the
sportsmanship and comradeship.
The college had demarked five acres of land for Outdoor games
namely: Cricket, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Ball Badminton, Throw Ball,
Tennycoit and multipurpose ground for Soft Ball, Foot Ball and
Hockey.
The college is provided with Indoor games also in an area of nearly 300
Sqm, which is furnished with Gymnasium and accommodating the
indoor games like Table Tennis, Carroms, Chess etc., to horn the skills
in the respective games as well as to enhance the physical fitness of the
students .
Annual Intramural Tournaments in various games and sports are being
conducted for the students.
From the inception of the college, the Physical Education Department is
proudly associated in helping to conduct the Acharya Nagarjuna
University (ANU) Inter Collegiate Tournaments.
The college teams in Cricket, Basket Ball, Volley Ball, Shuttle
Badminton and Tennis etc., won in most of the tournaments.
Till date, over forty students of the college represented the ANU Inter-
University Tournaments and brought laurels to the Institute.
The Physical Director of the Department has been consistently
appointed as Manager cum Coach for ANU Inter University
Tournaments.
NCC:
The National Cadet Corps plays a significant part in moulding a person's
character. It fosters the spirit of teamwork and man-management and leads to
the development of a more pleasing overall personality.
NCC strives to achieve the following objectives:
To channelize the energy and dynamism of young men towards activities
beneficial to them and to the society.
To constructively use of leisure time, wholesome recreation, wide
cultural sympathies, abiding social consciousness and an alert mind.
Recognizing the importance of the NCC, the Institute offers the students an
opportunity to be part of the NCC. The Institute cadets are part of the
3UACTR (3 Uttaranchal Composite Technical Regiment) of the NCC and are
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Activities in General:
Parades are regularly held to train the cadets in foot drill and command,
weapon training, field craft, civil defense, map reading etc.
Guard of Honor is given on 26
th
J anuary and 15
th
August to
commemorate the Republic Day and Independence Day of India.
Activities in Camps:
An Annual Training Camp is held to further enhance and inculcate a
feeling of independence in the cadets.
Extensive knowledge about devices used in the Army like mines,
bridges, nuclear and biological weapons etc. is imparted.
Self defense training is also given.
Rigorous physical training is provided in the camp with a view to
increasing the physical endurance of the cadets.
Military training with rifles is also provided.
Cultural programmes are also held with a view to improving the cultural
and social outlook of the cadets.
NSS
The college was allotted National Service Scheme Unit by Acharya Nagarjuna
University.
Objectives:
Understand the community in which they work
Understand themselves in relation to their community
Identify the needs and problems of the community and involved them in
problem solving process
Develop among themselves a social and civic responsibility
Utilize their knowledge in finding the practical solution to individual and
community problems
Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of
responsibilities
Gain skills in mobilizing community participation
Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude
Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
Practice national integration and social harmony
Literary & Cultural events:
Literary and Cultural committee has a large number of Student Initiated
Clubs for development of personality and managerial knowledge and skills;
values and ethics needed to make an honorable living and contribute to the
socioeconomic development and welfare of the society, which are all
organized by a committee called student integrated committee.



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Objectives:

To strive to recognize and appreciate the dormant multi-talents of
students.
To serve a platform to exhibit and enrich their skills.
To encourage the multi talents of student by proper guidance.
To develop traits like co-ordination and team spirit.....etc., among the
students.
To act as a conduit to translate their gifted talents and usher them into a
joy in a unique way.
To initiate student participation by the formation of a student activities
club.
Student Initiated Clubs:

o CLUB ENDEAVOUR (Literary Club):
It is a literary club. The never-ending list of events includes quiz, jam,
elocution, add zap.....
o RED ANTS (Fine Arts Club):
Have you got an aesthetic sense? If yes, then this club is your hub. It
comprises events such as painting, pencil shading, mehandi....
o CLUB WALTZ (Dance Club):
Do you fancy yourself as Elvis and Mike or a legendary classical dancer?
Then this must be right place to prove your talent. Its nothing but a dance
club. All the dance events are organized by this club.
o CLUB SPECTRUM (Film Club):
Do you consider yourself as a twin soul of J ames Cameroon? Then what are
you waiting for? This is the right club. Events organized include short films,
documentaries and advertisements making..... Whatever you can shoot and
project.
o CLUBBOKE (Book Club):
Best place on the earth for bookworms. Books will be selected by the
organizers for discussion and collective reading. Sharing the books (e-books
as well) can be done here.
o CLUB SPARK(Knowledge Club):
Impossible is nothing- Is that what you believe? Searching for an oasis that
can quench your thirst for knowledge? Here it is. A place where you can
witness Einsteins and Edisons in the evolution. Share you creative ideas,
create innovative solutions and shape the destiny of the world.


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o CLUB INSPIRAZE(Inspiration Club):
Bored? Baffled? Dejected? Defeated? Need some energy to refuel the
composure in life? Whatever your problem is, we have an inexhaustible source
if energy to pump your hearts and shake off the delusions. We call it
INSPIRAZE. Inspirational speeches will be given here. To ignite a student
these are must. A right place to revive a sunken heart and a lost soul.
o HELPING HANDS:
It is a social service based committee with an aim to donate for old age homes,
orphanages, educating and assisting in medical care for tribal people, to help
physically challenged persons, to strive for the eradication of illiteracy and to
develop social and cultural activities and for the welfare of society.
o CLUB THEATRIX (Dramatics Club):
The club Theatrix addresses the core and frontier areas of theatre arts, while
maintaining flexibility to adopt the art for many different contexts. This club is
aimed at the integration of theory and practice, art with technology, and artists
with audience. All the theatre performance events like mimicry, miming,
mono action, skit play, action-over action are conducted regularly.
o ECO Club:
Eco clubs aim is to make the environment around the society eco friendly.
This club concentrates on educating the students in energy conservation, use
of renewable energy, water harvesting, plantation and E-waste management.
o Photo Club:
Photography club has been instituted in the college with the aim of equipping
the students with the art and science of photography including
microphotography. Under the aegis of club, workshops are conducted in
chosen themes with eminent resource persons and competitions are held in the
same to test the skills acquired by the participants.
o Music Club:
Music club inculcates interest and respect towards our traditional music like
classical, light classical among the students and staff and to provide them an
opportunity to exhibit their talent. Also, to expose the youth and explain to
them the richness of classical music which is full of compositions of great
literary and musical values.
5.1.19 How does the College ensure participation of women in intra and
inter institutional sports competitions and cultural activities?
Provides details of sports and cultural activities in which such
efforts were made?
Every year a number of girl students participate in institutional sports
competitions and cultural activities. Girl students are accompanied by lady
faculty for the participation in inter-institute events.



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The details of girls student sports are given below:
Inter-University / National Events Participation
2012 - 13
Ms. T. Dimpul Krishna, Y11BT811 was selected for ANU Swimming
team and participated in All India Inter-University swimming
competitions held at University of Kolkata, West Bengal from
01.10.2012 to 06.10.2012.
2011 - 12
Ms. D. Ramya, Y8EE823 and P.J anaki Lakshmi Y10CE885
represented ANU Basket ball team at South Zone and West Zone Inter-
University Tournament held at Kannure University, Kannure, Kerala
for the year 2011-12.
Ms. B. Dedeepya, Y9IT824, was selected to represent ANU Shuttle
(Badminton) team at South Zone Inter-University Tournament at VIT,
Vellore, Tamilnadu from 05.01.2012 to 09.01.2012.
2010 - 11
Ms. B. Dedeepya, Y9IT824, selected to represent ANU Shuttle team at
South India Inter-University Tournament, NTR Health University,
Vijayawada, from 27.10.2010 to 30.10.2010.
Ms. P. J anaki Lakshmi, Y10CE88422C, was selected to represent
Guntur district Basketball team at the State Competitions, karimnagar
from 21.11.2010 to 26.11.
2009 - 10
Ms. I. Anusha, Y8IT849, was selected to represent the ANU Basket
Ball Team to participate All India Inter University Basket Ball
Tournament which was conducted at Mahatma Gandhi University,
Kottayam, Kerala, during December, 2009.
Ms. I. Anusha, Y8IT849, was selected to represent the ANU Net Ball
Team to participate All India Inter University Net Ball Tournament
which was conducted at Kurukshetra University, Haryana, from
05.03.2010 to 09.03.2010.
Ms. P. Ramya Krishna, Y8CE846, bagged II place in 100mts and long
J ump in A.N.U.Inter-Collegiate Athletic Meet held at ANU Campus
from 11
th
to 13
th
December, 2009.
Our college women Shuttle Team was adjudged winners in Inter-
collegiate Shuttle tournament held at A.N.R. Degree College,
Gudivada, from 29.12.2009 to 31.12.2009.

Inter - Collegiate Participation Teams

2012 - 13
Our college Women Volley Ball, basket Ball , Chess , Athletic, Shuttle,
Swimming and Net Ball Teams have participated in ANU Inter-


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collegiate tournaments and selections held during August to December
2012.
Our college Swimming Team participated in the various categories in
the inter-collegiate swimming competitions held under ANU at B.S.S.B
Govt. Degree College, Tadikonda, on 03-09-2012 and secured 24
medals.
Our college Women Chess Teams participated in ANU Inter-Collegiate
Tournament held at Chalapathi Institute of Engineering College, Lam,
Guntur from 26.09.2012 to 28.09.2012.
Our college Women Badminton participated and bagged 1
st
place in the
ANU Inter-Collegiate Tournament held at J .K.C. College, Guntur from
12.12.2012 to 14.12.2012.
The college Soft Ball Team participated in the ANU Inter Collegiate
Tournament from 24.11.2012 to 25.11.2012, and secured 4
th
place in
the college campus.
2011 - 12
Our college Cricket, Volley Ball, basket Ball, Chess, Athletic, Shuttle,
Swimming and Net Ball Team have participated in ANU Inter-
collegiate tournaments and selections held during August to December
2011.
Our college Women Basket Ball Team participated in ANU Inter-
Collegiate Tournament held at J .K.C College, Guntur, from
23.09.2011and 24.09.2011 and stood 2
nd
place.
Our college Women Badminton participated in ANU Inter-Collegiate
Tournament held at K.L.C Engg. College, Vaddeswaram, Guntur from
12.12.2011 to 14.12.2011 and was adjudged winners.
Our college Athletic team participated in ANU Athletic Meet held at
ANU from 05.12.2011 to 07.12.2011 and Ms. P. Ramya Krishna, IV/IV
B.Tech got silver in 100m and long jump.
Our college Women Chess Teams participated in ANU Inter-Collegiate
Tournament held at Chalapathi Pharmacy College, Lam, Guntur from
14.12.2011 and 15.12.2011 and secured 3
rd
& 2
nd
place respectively.
2010 -11
Our college Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Chess, Athletic, Shuttle and Net
Ball Teams have participated ANU Inter-collegiate tournaments and
selections held during August-December, 2010.
Ms. B. Dedeepya, Y9IT824 and Ms. P. Deepika, Y9CS822,
participated in ANU Inter-collegiate Badminton tournament and
secured 2
nd
Place.
Our College Women Chess team secured III Place in ANU Inter-
Collegiate Tournament held at SGS College, J aggayyapet from
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Our College Women Chess teams participated in ANU Inter-Collegiate
Tournament held at SGS College, J aggayyapet from 15.11.2010 to
17.11.2010.
Our College Women Volleyball team participated in ANU Inter-
Collegiate Tournaments held at V.R.S. Engg., College, Vijayawada
from 30.10.2010 to 21.12.2010.
Our College Women Athletics team participated in ANU Inter-
Collegiate Athletic Meet held at ANU Campus from 14.12.2010 to
16.12.2010. Ms. P. Ramya Krishna, Y8CH836, secured gold medal in
long jump and silver in 100m.
Ms. P. Ramyakrishna, Y8CH836 participated in Vignanmahostav-
2010-11 during 26 to 28 February 2011 and Secured 1
st
place in 100m
and long jump.

2009 - 10
Our college Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Chess, Athletic and Table Tennis
Teams have participated in ANU Inter-collegiate tournaments and
selections held during August to December 2009.
Our college Women Chess Teams participated in ANU Inter-Collegiate
Tournament held at Sadineni Chowdaraiah College, Maddirala, Guntur
Dt. from 10.09.2009 to 12.09.2009.
Our college women Basket Ball Team participated in ANU Inter-
Collegiate Tournament held at S.M.T. Velagapudi Siddartha Law
College, Vijayawada from 15.10.2009 to 16.10.2009.
Annexure : D- 5.1.19

5.2 Student Progression
5.2.1 Provide details of programme-wise success rate of the College for
the last four years. How does the College compare itself with the
performance of other autonomous Colleges / universities (if
available).
Academic
Year
CE IT CSE ME ChE ECE EEE MCA MBA
2012-13 76.5 70.67 84.96 84.85 86.36 96.24 86.36 80.3 95
2011-12 81.25 79.13 86.01 90.15 85.71 94.44 90.28 87.15 95.56
2010-11 68.75 82.22 86.71 70.83 71.19 90.44 88.9 89.16 97.78
2009-10 61.1 86.46 85.71 78.03 84.62 91.66 87.87 96.66 97.78


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5.2.2 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher
education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight the
observed trends.
Civil Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 30.2 23.2 30.0 33.0
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

36.2
8.6

48.8
11.6

78.6
10.0

33.3
24.5
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 29.54 22.79 43.41 44.8
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

43.4


47.05


65.89
0.07

16
12
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 31.82 19.44 8.33 19.7
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

18.93
6.06

29.17
12.5

45.14
4.17

12.12
23.48
Mechanical Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 12.9 22.7 9.17 20
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

25
10

46.72
16


48.57
12.38

15.38
28.85


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Computer Science and Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 25.19 22.55 13.04 23.25
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D. 8% 16% 24% 16%
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

33.8
0.06

39.09
3.7

55.79
9.42

15.5
31.78
Information Technology
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 13.53 13.67 7.46 17.69
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

14.28
9.02

30.21
6.47

38.06
9.70

12.30
23.07
Chemical Engineering
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 22.22 20.91 9.17 20
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

20.63
33.33

46.72
-

48.57
12.38

15.38
28.85
M C A
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG --- --- --- ---
PG to M.Phil. --- --- --- ---
PG to Ph.D. --- --- --- ---
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

15
8
22.5
16.66
39.17
12.5
8
5




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M B A
Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG --- --- --- ---
PG to M.Phil. --- --- --- ---
PG to Ph.D. --- --- --- ---
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

8.33
2.5
8.33
5.83
35.5
5.5
26.6
7.7

5.2.3 What is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate within
the time span as stipulated by the College/University?
CE IT CSE ME ChE ECE EEE MBA MCA
2012-13
87.8 84.21 84.96 88.64 90.90 96.99 91.67 95.0 93.16
2011-12 89.6 91.36 86.01 95.45 87.14 94.44 95.14 95.56 92.16
2010-11
72.9 93.33 86.71 81.25 79.66 94.85 90.27 97.78 93.33
2009-10 79.2 93.23 85.71 85.61 87.18 94.69 90.91 97.78 98.33
5.2.4 What is the number and percentage of students who
appeared/qualified in examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-
NET, SLET, ATE/CAT/GRE/TOFEL/GMAT/Central /State
services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.

Name of the
Examination
No of students appeared
for examination
No of Students Qualified
for examinations
%
2
0
1
2

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1
3


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E

C
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E

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E
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C
E

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E

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E

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E

C
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C
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GRE 10 15 20 16 20 11 20 8 13 20 16 20 11 20 96.42
TOFEL/IELTS 8 13 20 15 10 1 11 7 11 20 15 10 1 11 96.15
GMAT -- -- 1 -- -- 2 1 -- -- 1 -- -- 2 1 100
GATE
35 60 95 18 50 49
95
06 25 12 18
38
3
11 30.59
CAT -- -- 10 2 15 1 10 -- -- 10 2 15 0 -- 71.05
Others 10 -- -- -- -- 5 -- 6 -- -- -- -- 0 -- 40
2
0
1
1

-

1
2

GRE 4 8 5 7 15 7 -- 3 6 5 7 10 7 -- 82.60
TOFEL 4 8 5 8 5 5 -- 3 6 5 8 5 5 -- 84.21
GMAT -- -- -- -- -- 7 5 -- -- -- -- -- 4 -- 33.33
GATE 20 59 75 20 25 44 75 1 34 25 20 18 6 25 40.56
CAT -- -- 2 1 3 5 2 -- -- 2 1 -- 0 -- 23.07
Others 10 -- 1 -- -- 1 1 7 -- 1 -- -- 1 -- 69.23
2
0
1
0

-

1
1

GRE 4 2 13 15 16 4 13 4 -- 6 15 16 4 -- 67.16
TOFEL 5 2 6 16 5 4 6 5 -- 6 16 5 4 -- 81.81
GMAT -- 48 -- -- -- 13 -- -- -- 27.08


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GATE 25 -- 70 16 48 44 70 3 -- 28 16 31 4 28 40.29
CAT -- -- 1 2 5 -- -- -- -- 1 2 1 -- -- 50
Others 10 -- 2 -- -- 2 -- 5 -- 2 -- -- 1 -- 57.14
2
0
0
9

-

1
0

GRE 3 5 11 33 8 7 11 3 4 11 33 6 7 -- 82.05
TOFEL 5 5 11 35 -- 3 3 5 4 11 35 -- 3 -- 93.54
GMAT - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -- --
GATE 15 40 69 22 65 40 69 00 11 18 22 50 7 18 39.37
CAT -- -- 9 3 -- 9 9 -- -- 9 3 -- 0 -- 40
Others 7 -- 4 -- -- 4 4 7 -- 4 -- -- 0 -- 57.89

5.2.5 Provide details regarding the number of Ph.D/D.Sc./D.Litt. theses
submitted, accepted, resubmitted and rejected in the last four
years.
At present the college is not offering Ph.D./D.Sc./D.Litt.
5.3 Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1 List the range of sports and games, cultural and extracurricular
activities available to students. Provide details of participation and
program calendar.
Sports and Games
Indoor facilities available:
Table Tennis, Carroms, Weight Lifting, Gymnasium, Chess etc.
Outdoor facilities available:
Cricket ground, Football field, Volley Ball courts, Basket Ball court, Net ball
court, Ball Badminton, Throw Ball courts, Tenny Coit courts, Cricket practice
nets
Representation of our students in Inter University/State Tournaments:
S.No. Name of the Game 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
1 Swimming 3 1 -- --
2 Tennis 1 1 -- --
3 Cricket 1 1 -- 1
4 Basket Ball 2 4 4 3
5 Soft Ball 1 -- -- --
6 Net Ball -- 1 1 1
7 Badminton -- 1 1 --
8 Chess -- 1 -- --
9 Volley Ball -- -- 2 1
10 Skating -- -- -- 2



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Representation of our students in Inter Collgeate Tournaments:

S.No. Name of the Game 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
1 Swimming 24 medals 9 medals -- --
2 Tennis 2
nd
place -- winners
3 Cricket -- --
4 Basket Ball 3
rd
place 2
nd
place 2
nd
place
5 Soft Ball 4
th
place -- --
6 Net Ball -- -- 1
7 Badminton(M/W) winners winners 2
nd
place winners
8 Chess 2
nd
& 3rd 2
nd
place
9 Volley Ball
10 Skating -- -- --
11 Body building 2
nd
place -- -- --
12 Athletics -- -- -- 2
nd
place
Indicates Participation
Tournaments Organized:
S,No. Year Name of the Tournment Dates
1 2012-13
ANU Inter-collegiate Soft Ball
Tournament
25-26 Nov,
2012
2
2011-12
ANU West Zone Inter-collegiate Cricket
Tournament
05.10.2011 to
14.10.2011
3 39
th
A.P. College Teachers Badminton
(Shuttle) Tournament
10.12.2011
to
11.12.2011
4 National level cultural and sports fest
(COLORIDOS)
28-12-2011
to
30-12-2011
5 2010-11 ANU Inter-collegiate Soft Ball
Tournament
08.10.2010
to
10.10.10
6 2009-10 ANU West Zone Inter-collegiate Cricket
Tournament
17.11.2009
to
24.11.2009

Annexure : D- 5.3.1
NSS Activities
o Two of our NSS volunteers Mr. B. Sai Siva Prasad, Y7CE813 and Ms.
G. Krishna Santhi, Y8ME841, has won the best Male and Female NSS
volunteers award for the meritorious service rendered during 2010-11
and received from Vice-Chancellor ANU and State liaison officer,
Hyderabad on 07.12.2011 at ANU Campus.


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o Voluntary Blood Donors Club of RVR & J C College of Engineering
functioning actively than before and donated blood about 100
volunteers to the needy during 01.09.2011 to 24.01.2012.
o 60 of our NSS volunteers participated in Hill trekking at Kondaveedu
Hills, Guntur Dt., on 20th August in view of Independence Day.
o 300m of our NSS volunteers and staff have participated in 5K walk to
create awareness on BAN PLASTIC AND SAVE ENVIRONMENT
on 30th Oct.2011 from NTR stadium to Collectors office.
o Two NSS volunteers (1) P. Prudhvi, Y5EC869 and (2) K. Bharga,
Y5CE804 along with NSS Programme Officer participated in a
Workshop on Role of NSS Volunteers in Nation Building on 19-07-
2008 organized by NSS, ANU at ANU Campus.
o Conducted NSS Camp and visited VRV Textiles at Kakumanu on 12-
09-2008 with 75 NSS Volunteers to gain industrial knowledge.
o Conducted Blood Grouping Camp during 26-11-2006 to 30-11-2008.
o Conducted NSS Camp with 50 NSS volunteers at Dasaripalem village
on 29-12-08.
o Conducted NSS Camp with 50 NSS volunteers at Dasaripalem during
11-20
th
J anuary 2009.
o Conducted Rally on HIV-AIDS to create awareness in public about
HIV 03-03-2009.
o Participated 50 NSS volunteers in a Workshop on District Level
Youth Development Programme organized by Indian Red Cross
Society, Guntur during 19-20 February 2009 and worn I & II prizes in
Quiz competition and also received Best Youth Coordinator Award by
our NSS coordinator Sri M. Sudhakar, Asst. Prof. in Maths.
o Completed 5 years of service of Voluntary Blood Donors Club. More
than 1000 NSS volunteers and club members donated blood,
completed more than blood grouping samples by the Club since 2004.
5.3.2 Provide details of the previous four years regarding the
achievements of students in co-curricular, extracurricular
activities and cultural activities at different levels: University /
State / Zonal / National / International, etc.
Our Students representing ANU Teams
YEAR NAME TEAM VENUE
2
0
1
2

-

2
0
1
3

Ms. T. Dimple
Krishna,
Y11BT812
Swimming All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Kalkata University, Kalkata from
01-10-12 to 06-10-12
Mr. I.V.S. Yeswanth,
Y11ME812
Swimming All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Kalkata University, Kalkata from
01-10-12 to 06-10-12
Mr. E. Sumanth,
Y10CS897
Swimming All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Kalkata University, Kalkata from


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01-10-12 to 06-10-12
Mr. G. Noel Pradeep,
Y11CS830
Tennis South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Krishna University,
Machilipatnam, Krishna Dt. from 11-12-
12 to 15-12-12
Mr. G. Santosh,
Y9BT807
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at N.T.R Health University,
Vijayawada from 02-01-13 to 08-01-13
Mr. G. Venkatesh,
Y10EE843
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at N.T.R Health University,
Vijayawada from 02-01-13 to 08-01-13
Mr. V. Mahesh
Kumar,
Y11CS909
Cricket South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Manipal University, Manipal,
Karnataka from 15-12-2012 to 30-12-
2012.
Mr. N. Nageswara
Rao,
Y13MC24063
Soft Ball All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Devi Ahlya University, Indore,
Madyapredash from 25-01-2013 to 31-
01-2013.
2
0
1
1

-

2
0
1
2

Ms. D. Ramya,
Y8EE823
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Kannur University, Kannur,
Karnataka from 05-10-11 to 09-10-11.
Ms. P. J anakilakshim,
Y10CE885
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Kannur University, Kannur,
Karnataka from 05-10-11 to 09-10-11.
Mr. D. Praneel Duth Swimming All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Kalkata University, Kalkata from
17-10-11 to 21-10-11.
Mr. G. Noel Pradeep,
CSE-B-07
Tennis South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Manipal University, Manipal,
Mangalore from 11-12-11 to 15-12-11.
Mr. V. Mahesh
Kumar,
CSE-B-47
Cricket South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Osmaniya University, HYD from
09-12-11 to 18-12-11.
Mr. K. Muralikrishna,
Y10 E850
Chess Held at Vellore Institute of Technology,
Vellore, Tamilnadu.
Ms. B. Dedeepya,
Y9IT824
Shuttle South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Vellore Institute of Technology,
Vellore, Tamilnadu from 05-01-12 to 09-
01-12.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Satyabhama University, Chennai
from 02-01-12 to 08-01-12.
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Y8EE914 Held at Satyabhama University, Chennai
from 02-01-12 to 08-01-12.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Net Ball All India Inter University, held at
Gurughasidas Viswavidhyalayam,
Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) from 25-01-12 to
28-01-12.
2
0
1
0

-

2
0
1
1

Mr. T. Ravikiran,
Y8EE914
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Annamalai University,
Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu from 15-12-10
to 20-12-10.
Mr. T. Ravikiran,
Y8EE914
Net Ball Stand By
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Annamalai University,
Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu from 15-12-10
to 20-12-10.
Ms. B. Dedeepya,
Y9IT824
Shuttle
(Badminton
)
South Zone & All India Inter University
Competitions Held at N.T.R. Health
University, Vijayawada from 27.10.10 to
31.10.10 and 02.11.10 to 04.11.10.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Net Ball All India Inter University Competitions
held at Punjab University, Chandigarh,
Punjab from 30-09-10 to 03-10-2010.
Ms. D. Nagalakshmi,
Y7ME866
Soft Ball All India Inter University Competitions
Held at ANU, Guntur from 23-01-11 to
27-01-2011.
Ms. R. Harisha,
Y9BT 827
Volley Ball Held at L.N.U.P.E Gwalior
Ms. K. Siva
Subrahmanyam,
Y8CE847
Volley Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Kuvempu University,
Shankaraghatta Simogo, Karnataka from
22-01-11 to 26-01-2011.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Basket Ball A.P. State Men basketball Team Held at
New Delhi
2
0
0
9

-

2
0
1
0

Mr. T. Ravikiran,
Y8EE914
Basket Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Vellore Institute of Technology,
Vellore, Tamilnadu from 26-10-09 to 30-
10-09
Ms. I. Anusha,
Y8IT849
Basket Ball Held at Mahatma Gandhi University,
Kottayam, Kerala.
Mr. K. Siva
Subrahmanyam,
Y8CE847
Volley Ball South Zone Inter University Competitions
Held at Kannoor University, Kerala from
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Ms. I. Anusha,
Y8IT849
Net Ball Held at Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Haryana.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Net Ball All India Inter University Competitions
Held at Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Haryana from 05-03-10 to
09-03-10
Mr. P. Sanjay,
Y8IT896
Basket Ball
(standby)
Held at Mahatma Gandhi University,
Kottayam, Kerala.
Mr. G.H.G.K.
Murthy,
Y7ME832
Cricket Held at J NTU, Hyderabad.

Games & Cultural program Calendar:

Annexure : D - 5.3.2/1
Cultural activities details:
Annexure : D - 5.3.2/2
5.3.3 How often does the College collect feedback from students for
improving the support services? How is the feedback used?
Feedback on the functioning of the library is obtained.
Through individual counseling and class interaction meetings, the feed
about canteen, transport, and hostel facilities is obtained and passed on
to the concern for necessary action.
5.3.4 Does the College have a mechanism to seek and use data and
feedback from its graduates and employers, to improve the growth
and development of the College?
Yes, feedback is taken from alumni on campus amenities, curriculum, teachers
and suggestions from employers is collected through a questionnaire.
The feedback is used to review and take measures for the progress of the
students by:
a. Updating Curriculum
b. State of Art Library and Labs
c. Improving the Student Amenities and
d. Focus on Employment.
5.3.5 How does the College involve and encourage students to publish
materials like catalogues, wall magazines, College magazine, and
other material? List the major publications/materials brought out
by the students during the previous academic session.
As students are involved in various committees such as College library
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cultural committee etc., they prepare catalogues, wall posters, publicity
posters, and videos during various meets. The department newsletter is
brought out regularly every semester with the total involvement of the staff
and students.
5.3.6 Does the College have a Student Council or any similar body? Give
details on its constitution, major activities and funding.
Each department has a technical association. The details are:
IIChE RVR & JCCE Student Chapter:
IIChE RVR & J CCE Student Chapter, Department of Chemical Engineering,
RVR & J C College of Engineering, Guntur was formed on 30
th
of J uly 2004.
Since its inception, the student chapter is organizing guest lecturers inviting
experts from Industry and Academia.
ECE Association and IETE Students Forum
In order to encourage the students to improve their inter personal and
communication skills, to develop leadership qualities among students, ECE
Association and IETE Students Forum (ISF) have been formed.
ECE association comprises the members from the faculty and the students
from various years. The Head of the Department will be the President for this
association.
o The IETE Students Forum works in consultation with the IETE
Local Centre, Vijayawada. This Forum comprises the members from
the faculty and the students from various years. The Head of the
Department will be the President for this Forum.
o The ECE Association and IETE Students Forum conducts Student
Meets, Guest Lectures and other Co-curricular and Extracurricular
activities like Extempore, Quizzes, Debates, Group Discussions, J ust
a minute ,Elocution, Technical Talks etc. These types of events
greatly help the student community to come up with their ultimate
potentialities.

EEE Associations:

o The student initiative Organization RAJ EEA (RVR&J C Electrical
and Electronics Engineering Association) formed with primary aim
of exposing aspiring Electrical and Electronics engineering
students to the challenges of the world. Both the Faculty & students
of EEE Department are members of the RAJ EEA.
o RAJ EEA organizes various activities like Lectures by distinguished
practitioners of the profession, industrial trips and various
Competitions.


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o The Department has IEEE & ISTE Student Chapters to facilitate
effective interaction and updates with the industry and academia
through seminars, workshops, expert lectures etc.

Mechanical Engineering:

o RAJ MEA (RVR&J C Mechanical Engineering Association) was
formed with primary aim of exposing aspiring Mechanical
Engineering to the challenges of the world with both Faculty &
Students as its members.
o RAJ MEA organizes various activities like Guest Lectures by
distinguished practitioners of the profession, Industrial Tours, and
various Competitions. MECHMANTRA is the technical festival of
Mechanical Engineering organized by RAJ MEA, the largest of its
kind at RVRJ CCE, Guntur. The event was started as a humble
attempt to strengthen the foundations of Mechanical students and
pave a way for them to understand theory in the context, real life
with a glistering variety of contests and events.

CSE, IT & MCA :

o The Computer & Information Sciences Association (CISA) of the
Departments of CSE, IT and Computer Applications is organizing
the event CISSOIREE -A National Level Student Technical Meet.
The main objective of the meet is to nurture and strengthen the innate
talents of the budding computer & information techies by providing a
forum to exploit their talents in technical reporting and soft talents.
The event promotes team work skills, organization and management
skills besides creating a common platform for the students to explore
their latest skills.

RVRJC GNU Linux Users Group (RJGLUG)

o The RJ GLUG is a student led umbrella organization for promoting
the usage of free and open source software among the students. The
RJ GLUG frequently conducts trainings and workshops to help
students become familiar with the free and open source software. The
RJ GLUG receives active support from other state-level linux
advocacy groups such as e-Swecha.
Students are acting as members in the following departmental
academic/administrative bodies.
Name of the
Body
Activities
ECO Club Eco clubs aim is to make the environment around the
society eco friendly. This club concentrates on educating
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energy, water harvesting, plantation and E-waste
management.
Photo Club Photography club has been instituted in the college with
the aim of equipping the students with the art and science
of photography including microphotography. Under the
aegis of club, workshops are conducted in chosen themes
with eminent resource persons and competitions are held in
the same to test the skills acquired by the participants.
Music Club Music club inculcates interest and respect towards our
traditional music like classical, light classical among the
students and staff and to provide them an opportunity to
exhibit their talent. Also, to expose the youth and explain
to them the richness of classical music which is full of
compositions of great literary and musical values.
The Codex
Team
It is the news letter committee of CSE department. Activity
of this committee is to publish news letter to publicize the
activities of CSE department.
Tech club
Group
Arranging Seminars, Group Discussions, and Debates etc.,
to bridge the gap between curriculum and industry needs.

5.3.7 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that
have student representatives on them. Provide details of their
activities.
To assist the college academics and administration, a large number of
committees are constituted. Students are nominated to these committees.
Academic committee
Class interaction committees
Library committee
Training & Placement committee
Administrative committee
Transport committee
Womens hostel committee
Boys hostel committee
Literary and cultural committee
Sports committee
Lady advisory committee
Anti-ranging committee
Student amenities committee
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CRITERIA VI

GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership
6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the College.
For Promotion of education, literature and culture - the Vision and Mission of
the college are as follows
Vision:
To enrich the society through education by generating globally competent
man power that can make an honest living in the country or outside and
capable of contributing to the socio-economic development and welfare of the
society. To inculcate in the students and general public, social skills, respect
for ethics and law, tolerance and understanding needed to peacefully co-exist
in a multi racial and multi ethic society consisting of the very rich and very
poor people.
Mission:
An Integrated Development of man power possessing Technological and
Managerial Knowledge and Skills, Attitudes and Values needed to make an
honorable living and contribute to the socioeconomic development and
welfare of the Society.
6.1.2 Does the mission statement define the Colleges distinctive
characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society,
the students it seeks to serve, Colleges traditions and value
orientations, vision for the future, etc.?
Rayapati Venkata Ranga Rao & J agarlamudi Chandramouli College
of Engineering (R.V.R. & J .C.College of Engineering) is a dream of an
inspired group of eminent intellectuals and resourceful business leaders of
Andhra Pradesh in setting up an Institute that imparts quality Technical
Education to young men and women.
The Mission Statement proposed by R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineerings
Management and staff accommodates the new paradigm Education for total
transformation with a commitment for excellence. The keywords
professional knowledge and skills, honorable living and social and
economic contribution speak of the strategy of the college in training people.
The college is located in rural area near Guntur district head quarters in
Andhra Pradesh attracts both urban and rural pupil. The college has succeeded
in accomplishing the dream with which it has been established. The college
has molded students as quality engineers who are excelling in engineering &
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has created an environment of academic stability coupled with the requisite
flexibility to meet challenges of a changing world.
The institutions Motive is to develop Integrated Manpower possessing
technological and managerial knowledge and skills.
The primary mission of establishing the college is to provide technical
education to the youth in and around to become technically sound with
ample proficiency to serve globally.
Apart from creating strong knowledge base due importance is identified
and is given by the institute to develop soft and business skills to make the
student ready for industry.
Focus is on values and ethics needed to make an honorable living
The institute fosters leadership and ethical decision making among its
students as these are essential for the growth of an individual.
The institution strives to make the students inculcate and absorb two of
the most significant soft skills which can enable any conscientious learner
to develop considerable level of proficiency, namely, Pragmatic
perception and Pro-active nature.
The College does not just merely educate the learners by offering
formulae, but enables them to conquer the realms of academic heights by
acquiring a vision for exploration and an insight for advanced enquiry.
Rich traditions established by the founders and former members of the
organization hones contemporary skills and positive attitude towards
holistic growth of young minds.
Mission is on social and economic contribution
The institute envisages a better tomorrow for the nation by making its
students imbibes a spirit of responsive nature towards social
developments.
The institute organizes special events such as blood donation camps, use
of technology in schools, environmental awareness programs to cultivate
the strong sense of commitment towards society among students and staff.
The institute would like to make its students develop a spirit of not
confining themselves to a beaten track, stereotyped and oft-experimented
items.
The institute regularly conducts Business Skills and Entrepreneurship
Development Programmes to nurture Entrepreneurial spirit among its
outgoing students.
Organizations Values and Core Principles
The culture of an institution is a shared system of values, beliefs and attitudes
that shapes and enhances behavior. RVR & J C College of Engineerings


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culture is defined broadly by six operating Core Principles that guides
everyone who involves or works with it.
1. Student Focus
The primary focus is not only to educate the students but to inspire them to
become innovative and contribute to the society.
2. Strengthen Faculty and Staff
The faculty inspires and directs the academic activities. The staff delivers the
administrative services in partnership with the faculty. Newer inputs are
needed continuously to improve the capabilities of people.
3. Foster Leadership and ethical decision making
As leadership and ethical decision making are essential for the growth of the
organization and individual, the institution has necessary provision for the
same.
4. Committed to accountability and excellence
To remain relevant and attract the best of the students and faculty the culture
of excellence shall pervade the whole institution both in academic and
administrative areas.
5. Focus on Resource Management
The financial well-being of an institution is critical for its success. Nagarjuna
Education Society and R.V.R &J .C College of Engineering hold
responsibility-centered Management for improving financial strength.
6. Heighten Reputation
All the units of the institution will gain in many ways through reputation and it
is everyones endeavor to add to the reputation.
While RVR& J C College of Engineerings strategy for action may not directly
reflect our core principles, they invariably go into our basic planning &
development processes.
6.1.3 How is the leadership involved in
ensuring the organizations management system development,
implementation and continuous improvement
interaction with stakeholders
reinforcing culture of excellence
Identifying needs and championing organizational development
(OD)?


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Organizational Hierarchy and leadership at RVR& JC College of
Engineering is as follows:

























Ensuring the organizations management system development,
implementation and continuous improvement
The leadership in the college always looks for Vision and Mission of the
institution which are in tune with the objectives of higher education policy of
the nation, the aim of which is to provide high quality education to the utmost
satisfaction of all stakeholders.
Various governance decisions of the Institute, academic activities and plans
for continuous improvement are implemented as given below.
Dean
Placements
Dean
Examinations
Dean
Academics
Dean Student
Affairs
Dean Finance &
Administration
General Body of
Nagarjuna Education Society
(NES)
Elected Executive of
RVR&J CCE(Executive Body)
Elected Executive of NES
Governing Body
Principal
HODs of Various
Departments
President
Members(4) From
EB
Industrial Members
DTE Nominee
University Nominee
Principal
President of college & NES
Vice Presidents(2)
Secretary& Correspondent
Treasurer
Addl. Secretary
Joint Secretary
Members
Special Invitees
Administrative
Officer
Office Assistant &
Steno
Office Subordinates
Others
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Technicians
Library
Hostels
Canteen
Transport
Office
Dispensar
Physical
NCC
NSS


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Stream line the admission process (UG and PG level):
Seats under category-A (70%) are filled by regular admission procedure
through web counseling conducted by Andhra Pradesh State Council of
Higher Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh giving representations to
all categories (B.C, S.C, S.T, and OBC Sports persons disabled and
handicapped persons etc.) as per the rules.
Seats under category-B (30%) under management quota are filled as per the
guidelines given in the G.O by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher
Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Assessment procedure to find the need for staff recruitment:
Depending on the increase in intake approved by AICTE or incase of faculty
resignations, every HOD assesses for the number of staff required for the
department and informs in writing to the Principal of the college whenever
necessary.
The staff recruitment process:
Recruitment is done in a transparent manner purely on the basis of merit, after
notifying the vacancies in the leading news papers. Recruitment of faculty and
staff for regular appointment is done by the ANU staff selection committee
headed by the Vice chancellor and comprising the subject experts, the College
Management representatives and the Principal.
In case of immediate requirement, recruitment is done by the college staff
selection committee consisting of the College Management Members,
Principal, Head of the concerned department and subject experts. The selected
candidates are sent appointment letters and are asked to join the college with
in a stipulated date so that the academic year goes smoothly. Salaries offered
are based on qualifications, and experience as per AICTE norms.
Stream line the Academic Activities:
Principal conducts the academic council meeting to discuss the present needs of
the industry, skill sets to be acquired by the student, designing the curriculum,
effective teaching - learning processes etc.
Principal holds regular meetings with HODs and discuses all academic matters.
Principal ensures the conduct of Board of Studies meetings for all departments
and common BOS for making changes in the curriculum.
Principal will make the decisions in consultation with the Dean of examinations
to plan holding of examinations and evaluation of answer scripts as the college is
Autonomous.
Streamline the Budget & Financial needs:
The HODs of various departments and Conveners of various committees
prepare the budget under different headings for maintenance/repairs &


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purchase of new equipment, furniture, in house research and library etc. in
consultation with Department Developmental Committee (DDC) and
concerned faculty members. These budget proposals will be discussed and
submitted to the Principal in the HODs meeting and the same will be
submitted to the Finance committee for approval. The approved proposals will
be sent to the management for necessary action.
Optimal utilization of budget:
Budget is carefully planned in consultation with various departments.
The individual departments propose their recurring and non-recurring
requirement much before the start of financial year.
Principal will scrutinize the individual departments requirements in
consultation with HODs, concerned faculty and staff.
It is submitted to the Governing Body of the college, where it is further
optimized based on yearly requirements and finally it is approved.
* Interaction with stakeholders:
There is mechanism to receive the feedback from the Parents, Employers &
Alumni.
The feedback received will be analyzed by the Principal and HODs.
The suggestions which are possible to implement will be identified and
adopted.
There is a regular feedback from students on Academics and Amenities at the
end of each semester.
The teachers whose performance is not satisfactory are identified by the HOD
and appropriate corrective action is taken on the poorly performing teachers.
* Reinforcing culture of excellence:
The management and higher authorities of the college realized and encourage
the fact that the vertical growth of the institution in terms of transforming it
into a centre of high academic excellence is very much required.
Reinforcing student centric learning, research & Innovation, patenting etc.. is
carried to achieve culture of excellence.
The Principal, in consultation with the HODs and Deans, plans the academic
activities to bridge the knowledge gap through industry oriented add-on
courses, guest lectures by leading academicians & industrialists and frequent
visits of students to industries.
The Principal, HODs and faculty members encourage the students to represent
the Institution at various conferences, technical paper presentations organized
by various Institutions and Industry Institution Interaction meetings.


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* Identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)
Management interacts with staff to discuss the requirements to be fulfilled to
make the institution as a centre of excellence.
The Management has a proactive philosophy and interacts with staff whenever
necessary. Major issues taken up for discussion during Staff Management
interaction are:
Appraisal of Staff Performance levels.
Need for augmenting budget for various departments.
Assessing Staff requirement as per growing needs of various
departments
Fixing staff incentives for research done and other performance oriented
activities
Upgrading Infrastructure facilities and resources needed for effective
transaction of teaching - learning in the Institute.
Devising innovative and student centric methods to improve Institutional
efficiency.
Assessing Industry needs and devising appropriate ways to make
students industry ready.
6.1.4 Were any of the senior leadership positions of the College vacant
for more than a year? If so, indicate the reasons.
None of the senior leadership positions was vacant.
6.1.5 Does the College ensure that all positions in its various statutory
bodies are filled and conduct of meetings at the stipulated
intervals?
The statutory bodies such as General Body of NES, Governing Body,
Executive body, Finance Committee, Academic Council, BOS (Board of
Studies) were filled with eminent personalities as per the guidelines framed by
the UGC.
The meetings of the above statutory bodies are being conducted at stipulated
intervals and the minutes of the meetings are made available at office and
respective departments.
6.1.6 Does the College promote a culture of participative management?
If yes, indicate the levels of participative management.
The Institute believes in Participative management and collaborative working
through empowering its employees to improve quality of institutional
processes.
Matters pertaining to each department are discussed with the staff during
Department meetings and collective decisions are passed by HODs and
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Students participation is ensured by involving them in various activities
at Department level as well as College level.
Feedback from various committees is given significant weightage for
future decisions.
Feedback collected from various stake holders are considered to improve
the overall performance.
6.1.7 Give details of the academic and administrative leadership
provided by the University to the College?
The affiliating University nominates its representative to the college
Governing body, Academic Council and Board of Studies for designing the
curriculum and suggesting necessary measures to improve the quality of
education.
6.1.8 How does the College groom the leadership at various levels?
Main focus of the college is to develop freedom to do various activities
independently at various levels.
At the level of Head of institution:
Autonomy to implement policy decisions
Planning, monitoring and execution for pre defined objectives
Focus to position the Institution to attain Excellence.
Visiting various institutions to observe the functioning and implement
the best practices.
At the level of Dean:
Overall in charges for the respective areas under them and they shall
ensure the success of these programmes.
Freedom to make recommendations to Principal on formulation of
various committees for different areas they are in charges of.
Help the Principal in his administration.

At the level of HOD:
Autonomy to set their departmental objectives and design an action
plan to achieve them in an interactive manner.
Planning and execution for pre defined objectives by encouraging
faculty to set goals and action plans
Explore to improve the curriculum and to redesign the program.
Focus to position the department to attain the Excellence.
Visiting various institutions to observe the functioning and to
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At the level of Faculty:

Given representation in various committees and encouraged to
participate & conduct various programs to exhibit their abilities.
Freedom to innovate with new teaching methodologies and to have
their own teaching plan in order to reach to students in the best
possible manner.
Encouraged to develop leadership skills by being in-charges of various
academic, co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
Sufficient support to organize industrial study tours.
Motivated to have tie-up with industry experts to organize seminars,
workshops and to have some collaborative research programmes.

At the level of Student:

Organization of various inter and intra collegiate programs to bring to
limelight the lead role qualities of the students.
Organization of continuous leadership development programs like role
plays, soft skills training program.
Encouragement to take up innovative projects as a team under the
guidance of faculty.
Training through experimental learning for empowerment.
Promoting entrepreneurship development with a tie-up with various
industries & Organizations.
6.1.9 Has the College evolved any strategy for knowledge
management? If yes, give details.
The college has a website which keeps the information of the college
up to date.
The college is also having the Tidal Net where software resources and
e-books are shared within the campus.
MOODLE facility allows the faculty to share lecture notes and
additional material for students.
The college maintains a video lecture repository consisting of lectures
from National Program for Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL)
and other reputed universities in the central library along with access
to online databases such as IEEE-Xplore, E-J ournals, Project reports,
Science Direct and Springer etc.
To share knowledge and to have effective teaching learning processes,
college organizes Guest Lectures, Workshops and Faculty
Development Programs on latest technologies.
Encourage Faculty to attend Workshops, Faculty Development
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There is a close coordination among various departments and sections
for exchange of information. Information flows across the
organizational hierarchy as well as the personnel.
Sharing of information creates transparency within the organization
and facilitates collaboration between different departments and
sections.
6.1.10 How are the following values reflected in various functions of the
College?
* Contributing to national development
The Vision and Mission of the institution are in lines of the objectives of
higher education policy of the nation.
Institution functions as a whole with an aim to provide high quality of
education with moral values to reach the expectations of all stakeholders.
* Fostering global competencies among students
The institution cultivates global competencies among the students through
implementation of student centric & innovative practices in teaching-learning
processes.
It aims to mould employable and professional engineers by bridging the
knowledge gap through industrial tours, guest lectures and conferences in
emerging technologies of all engineering streams.
* Inculcating a value system among students
The institution imparts Ethical values besides academics through literary,
cultural and Spiritual programmes. Social responsibility is passed on through
National Service scheme (NSS) and its activities.
As a part of service to nation, college has a wing of National Cadet Corps
(NCC) where many of the faculty and students take active role.
A special course on Professional ethics is offered to students as a part of their
curriculum.
* Promoting use of technology
Hands on experience to latest technology are offered to students of the college
by upgrading laboratory equipment with the state of art equipment at regular
intervals.
Students are trained well with latest software and technological tools.

* Quest for excellence
The management and higher authorities of the college understand the fact that
the vertical growth of the institution in terms of transforming into a center of
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transformations viz. student centric learning, research & Innovation, patenting
etc.
Entrepreneurship Development Cell aims to improve and generate a culture of
innovation and development of entrepreneurial spirit amongst the students and
budding entrepreneurs to start their own enterprise.

The Institution has Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the industries
to share the industrial expertise with budding engineers in bridging the
curriculum gap with industries.
Principal in consultation with the HODs and Deans will plan the activities to
bridge the knowledge gap through industry oriented add- on courses, arrange
guest lectures by leading academicians and industrialists and facilitate students
to frequently visit industries.
6.1.11 Give details of the UGC autonomous review committees
recommendations and its compliance.
UGC J oint Expert Committee consisting of 6 members visited our college on
26
th
and 27
th
September 2011 for the grant of autonomous status and
recommended a FRESH autonomous status for a period of Six years.
6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment
6.2.1 Does the College have a Perspective Plan for development? If so,
give the aspects considered in development of policy and strategy.
YES, The Institute have strategic plan in line with its vision & mission and is
more about the enrichment and performance of students strength in order to
make them employable and capable citizens.
Teaching and learning
To enhance relevance and quality of currently offered UG&PG
programmes by gradually switching over from current teaching-centric,
syllabus/subject-centric and examination centric education to learning-
centric, competence-centric, learning outcomes-based education.
Discovery learning in teams and iterative engineering skills of design-
build-test; using learning-centric teaching learning processes in courses
offered by all departments.
Gradually increasing the proportion of active learning methods like
problem solving, team building, discovery learning and collaborative
learning, assessing performance of student based on their learning
attainments.
Providing laboratory and workshop facilities for designing, fabricating
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Research and development
The college has identified following areas with its various departments for
achieving excellence in Research& Development
Department Name Identified areas for Research & Development
Chemical Engineering Mass Transfer
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Membrane Technology
Heat and Momentum Transfer
Chemical Technology
Civil Engineering Composite materials,
Finite element analysis,
Expansive soils,
Rain water harvesting,
Special concretes,
Earthquake resistant design of structures
Computer Science &
Engineering
Digital Image Processing: Pattern Recognition,
Artificial Neural Networks, Segmentation,
Classification.
Data mining: Clustering, Classification.
Security: Authentication, Visual Cryptography,
Cloud Computing.
Software Engineering: Reliability.
Algorithms: Computing Algorithms.
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
Multilevel inverters fed Open-end winding
induction motor,
Multiphase induction motor,
Fact controllers,
Deregulated power systems,
Solar power generation,
Microgrid
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
Array Antennas,
Signal Processing,
Dielectric Rod Antennas,
Optical Character Recognition,
Image Processing,
Communication Systems,
Embedded Systems,
Digital System Design,
Artificial Neural Networks,


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Information
Technology
Image Processing: Computer Vision, Pattern
Recognition, Algorithms, Information Security,
Medical Imaging.
Data Mining: Pattern Matching, Recognition
Algorithms.
Computer Networks : Network Security
Web Technology: Semantic Web, Cloud
computing.
Mechanical
Engineering
Material Science : Composite Materials, Nano
Technology
Production Engineering : Welding, Machine
Tools, Unconventional Machining
Thermal Engineering: Heat transfer, I.C.
Engines, Bio-fuels
Design Engineering: Design of Turbines, Tool
Design
Quality Engineering: Optimization, Design of
Experiments.
Industrial Engineering: Scheduling, Inventory
control.
CAD/CAM: CNC machining, Robotics, CIM
CAE: Simulation, ANSYS , Fatigue Analysis
Computer
Applications
Medical Image Segmentation: Image
Processing, Data Mining
Management Sciences Financial Management,
Marketing Management,
Human Resource Management
Mathematics &
Humanities
Fluid Dynamics
Heat and Mass transfer, MHD
Rings and Near-rings Inference
Algebra
Reliability
SQC
Personality development : communication
Indian and Canadian Literature
Physics Synthesis, Characterization, Spectroscopic
Studies & Phase Transitions in Glasses, Liquid
Crystals & Nano materials
Community engagement
The college supports community engagement programs as a part of its strategy
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Strategic plan is to conduct programmes to create awareness in rural and urban
community in the following areas
Environmental protection
Energy conservation
Waste disposal management
Importance of literacy in rural community
Health
Skill development to promote self employment
Human resource planning and development
HODs of various departments plan for the number staff required time to time
and informs in writing to the Principal of the college.
Faculty recruitment process is carried out through Acharya Nagarjuna
University staff selection committee / College staff selection committee.
New staff members are trained with Induction Training Programs on teaching
learning process at the college to reach the students.
Knowledge and Skills on latest technologies of all teaching and Non teaching
members of the college are enhanced through participation in training
programmes, National &International seminars, workshops, FDPs, STTPs,
conferences and Industry interactions.
Industry interaction
To share mutual knowledge between industry and the college the institution
enters into Memorandum of understanding with Industries across the country.
Both the institution and the industry have found it mutually beneficial to
explore cooperative activities for the following purposes.
In plant training of students and faculty for a mutually convenient
period
Collaboration in industry/institution oriented activities between the
industry and the institution.
Two-way transfer of technology information and knowledge through
collaborative programmes, like Guest Lectures, Seminars, Symposia
and other interactive programmes.
Exchange of visits of technical people of the industry to institute and
vice-versa.
Provide free access to knowledge resources of the institute to the
Industry and vice-versa.
Provide free access to laboratory and testing facilities available at the
institute to the industry and vice-versa.
Pool up the knowledge and expertise of the technical people of the
industry and for mutually agreed execution of joint ventures/activities.


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Provide assistance/guidance for the project work of U.G./ P.G.
programmes and for research work of mutual interest.
Internationalisation
RVR&J C College of Engineering follows standardized procedures in
Teaching, learning and evaluation process.
Assessment procedures are in tune to meet international standards.All eligible
UG programmes are accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New
Delhi for Four Times which shows its ability and standards followed in
executing its plans for achieving its mission and vision.
6.2.2 Enunciate the internal organizational structure of the College for
decision making processes and their effectiveness.














*Organization and Governance
The college has a well-framed administrative set up conforming to the norms
of the regulatory bodies.
Executive Body &
Secretary and Correspondent

Governing Body
Principal Academic Council
Dean
Placements
Dean
Examinations
Dean
Academics
Dean Student
Affairs
Dean Finance &
Administration
HODs of Various
Departments
Administrative
Officer
Office Assistants &
Stenos
Office Subordinates
Others
Professors
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Technicians
Library
Hostels
Canteen
Transport
Dispensary
Physical
Education
NCC
NSS
Finance
Committee


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Administration setup:
o Secretary & Correspondent acts as the representative of the
Management.
o The Principal wields the powers with regard to financial and to all the
academic and administrative matters including the conduct of
examinations.
o The Principal discusses all the administrative problems with HODs.
o To expedite the organizational work and minimize undue delays in
decision making, the college administration has been decentralized to a
large extent.
o Head of the department assigns various tasks to members of the faculty
and staff.
o The statutory and the non-statutory committees look after the academic
and administrative procedures.
o The statutory committees are constituted as per the guidelines of the
regulating bodies.
o Non-statutory committees which have their well defined Charters.
o The HOD initiates appropriate administrative measures for
strengthening the teaching learning processes. HOD is given autonomy
to take academic/administrative decisions to sanction staff leaves, and
endorse payments, reimbursements for attending and organizing
seminars, conferences and workshops.
o Dean Academic affairs have authority and responsibility to modify,
interpret, adapt and change academic policies.
o Dean examinations looks after examination related tasks assisted by
Assistant controllers of examinations and Conveners of External/
Internal Examinations.
o The Dean Finance and Administration looks after matters related to
finance and administration.
o Dean Student Affairs is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe,
healthy and supportive environment and culture that synthesizes the
intellectual, physical, social, emotional and spiritual development of
students in a holistic way.
o Dean Placements looks after tasks related to Training and Placement
activities.
o All the activities of the institute are meticulously planned, properly
coordinated and perfectly executed.
*Academic Activities:
Decisions pertaining to academic matters are decentralized to a large extent.
Allotment of course work, monitoring of syllabus coverage, planning and
organizing seminars guest lectures, workshops, industrial tours, staff
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programs, add on courses, project works are also organized as per the
instructions of the HOD.
*Financial Powers :
The Principal as well as the HOD of each department has reasonable
autonomy to take financial decisions pertaining to procurement of lab
equipment, funding seminars, workshops, Departmental expenditure.
The following four statutory committees are functioning in the college to look
after the administrative and academic procedures as per the norms stipulated
by the University Grants Commission.
*Statutory committees:
1. Governing Body
2. Academic Council
3. Boards of studies
4. Finance Committee
In addition to the statutory committees, the college has the following Non-
statutory committees.
*Non-statutory committees
Transport committee
Time-Table committee
Womens Hostel committee
Boys Hostel committee
Literary & cultural committee
Disciplinary committee
Library committee
Sports committee
Lady advisory committee
Anti-ragging committee
External Examinations committee
Internal Examinations committee
Student amenities committee
News letter & Magazine committee
Training & Placement committee
Construction , Maintenance & Beautification committee
Press & Media relations committee
Internal Quality Assurance cell (IQAC)
Web studio committee
Moodle committee
Research committee

The above committees are functioning in order to facilitate the successful
implementation of autonomy. Each of the committees conducts its meetings
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The Disciplinary committee is constituted on dynamic basis for both academic
and general discipline.
The college has Anti ragging Committee with representation of the teaching
and non teaching staff members, parents and students which looks into anti
ragging measures.
In addition to the above, Vigilance committees are formed with staff of the
college with specific schedules and locations in the college especially during
the initial months of academic session for the First year students of B.Tech
and other programmes.
6.2.3 Specify how many planned proposals were initiated/implemented,
during the last four years. Give details.
The college has advanced multifold in all aspects by planning many proposals
and worked for initiation/ realization of the proposals.
All eligible UG programmes of the Institution are accredited four times by
National Board of Accreditation in 1998, 2002, 2007 & 2012.
Some of the Year wise Major achievements are :

Year 2008-2009:

New Infrastructural facilities/ labs:
1. Silver jubilee Block was constructed with a total plinth area of One Lakh
Sq. ft.
2. Internet Bandwidth was enhanced from 2Mbps to 8Mbps by BSNL.
3. NC2 Lab was established under department of Information Technology
with 71 systems and with HPDx 7400 -GD 385 AV batch Intel C2DE
8400 @ 3.0 Q 33 chipset MB, 3Gb 160 Gb sata, 3years + monitor hp 15
inches TFT-FM745AA , HPDx 7400 - GD 385 AV batch core to duo
2.53, 160 Gb, 1Gb ram, KB,mouse +15" TFT -FM 745 AA monitors +
DVD Writer Sata-hp.
4. Micro processors lab was established under department of Electrical &
Electronics Engineering.
5. Earthquake engineering laboratory was established under Civil
Engineering department. Shake table and models were procured. Using
this laboratory, motion of structures due to earthquake is demonstrated to
the students.
6. Wireless networks lab was established under Computer Science &
Engineering department with a grant from AICTE under MODROBS.
24 systems with a configuration of Intel Core 2 Duo 3.16 GHZ, 4GB
DDR2 SDRAM, 320 GB SATA Hard Disk, 15 TFT monitor were
installed. Wireless access points and Antennas were provided for
conducting experiments in Wireless networks domain.
7. A new computer centre was developed to cater the needs of the
Computer Science & Engineering students. 89 systems with a
configuration of Intel Core 2 Duo 3.00 GHz, 3GB DDR2 SDRAM, 160
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Research Grants / Funding from Government Agencies:
1. Research grant of Rs. 11,67,000/- was sanctioned by UGC to Dr. A.
Sudhakar, Professor, Electronics & Communication Engineering on the
topic Design of Array Antennas for the Generation of shaped Beams.
2. Seminar grant of Rs. 40,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.V.
Chittaranjan Das, Professor, Mechanical Engineering on the topic
Micro-Machining.
3. Staff Development Programme grant of Rs. 1,00,000/- was sanctioned by
AICTE to Computer Science and Engineering department on the topic
Web Security.
4. AICTE sanctioned a grant of Rs. 10,00,000/- under MODROBS for
developing Wireless networks lab.
Year 2009-2010:
New Infrastructural facilities/ labs:
1. Mens Hostel was constructed with an area of One Lakh Sq. ft.
2. Arch was constructed at the main entrance of the college to elevate the
college entry.
3. New Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab was added to the
Electronics & Communication Engineering department with Rs.
24,41,825/- in an area of 123.44m
2
.
4. Internet Bandwidth was enhanced from 8 Mbps to 16 Mbps.
5. MOODLE and Mail servers are added.
6. Research & Development Laboratory was established under department
of Chemical Engineering for R&D activities and Consultancy as well as
project works.
7. E-Learning centre was established to provide a facility to Computer
Science & Engineering and other branches of the college. This centre
was established with 76 systems with a configuration of Intel Core 2 Duo
3.16 GHZ, 4GB DDR2 SDRAM,320 GB SATA Hard Disk, 15 TFT
monitor. The centre was equipped with audio-visual equipment to
support presentations & video conferencing. The centre is being used for
conducting training classes or workshops for students and staff.
Research Grants & Funding from Government Agencies:
1. MODROBS grant of Rs. 10, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
B. Raveendra Babu, Professor, Computer Science & Engineering for
the Wireless Lab.
2. MODROBS grant of Rs. 4, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
K.Ravindra, Professor, Mechanical Engineering for the Modernization
of Thermal Lab.
3. MODROBS grant of Rs. 13, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
A. Sudhakar, Professor, Electronics & Communication Engineering for
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4. MODROBS grant of Rs. 5,00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
M.Venkateswara Rao, Professor, Chemical Engineering for
modernization of the Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab.
5. Workshop grant of Rs. 50,000/- was sanctioned for A Two Day APPCB
(Andhra pradesh Pollution Control Board) Sponsored National Workshop
on Waste Management in Chemical and Allied Industries.
6. MODROBS grant of Rs. 5,00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
B.Raveendra Babu, Professor, Information Technology for the Voice -
over I P Lab.
7. Seminar grant of Rs. 30,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr. V.C,
Das, Professor, Mechanical Engineering on the topic Metal Matrix
Composites.
8. Seminar grant of Rs. 37,500/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr. K.Sobha,
Professor, Biotechnology on the topic 3-D Structure Determination of
Drug Molecular, Modelling and Drug Design.
9. Travel grant of Rs. 97,000/- was sanctioned by UGC to Dr.
A.Sudhakar, Professor, Electronics & Communication Engineering to
attend International Conference at Micro-machining.
Year 2010-11:
New Infrastructural facilities/ labs:
1. Staff Quarters were constructed with total built up area of 12,000 Sq. ft.
2. Computer Aided Process Equipment Design Laboratory was
established under department of Chemical Engineering.
Research Grants & Funding from Government Agencies
1. Research grant of Rs. 6,88,000/- was sanctioned by UGC to Dr. R.
Srinivas Rao, Professor, M&H Department on the topic Right J acobson
Radicals for Right Near-Ringh.
2. Staff Development Programme grant of Rs. 2,00,000/- was sanctioned by
AICTE to Sri. TSRK Prasad, Assistant Professor, Computer Science &
Engineering on the topic Systems & Network Programming in LINUX.
3. Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB) has sanctioned an
amount Rs.25,000 for organizing the event Student Chemical
Engineering Congress- SCHEMCON -2010.
Year 2011-12:
New Infrastructural facilities/ labs:
1. Foyer and Car Parking were constructed in the college premises.
2. AICTE Sponsored VOIP LAB was established in Information
Technology department for Mobile Computing applications, equipped by
Linux based server with Intel Xeon X3430 Processor (2.4 GHz, 8 MB
Cache, 2-core), Grand Stream GXP 280 enterprise IP phone-standard,
GXP 285, GXP1200, GXP 2000 enterprise IP phone-HD Voice,
GXP1450,GXP2100, GXP2110, GXP2120, and Grand Stream
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3. Systems in C1 and C2 labs have been replaced with Intel Core i3 550
Processor (3.2 GHz / 4M Cache) Systems of type HP ELITE 7100
DESKTOP PC under department of Information Technology.
4. Workshop practice laboratory is established under department of
Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
5. Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering Laboratory is
upgraded under department of Chemical Engineering.
6. E- journals subscription have been taken to get online access.
Increase in Intake UG and PG:
1. Intake in B.Tech Mechanical Engineering was increased from 120 to
180.
2. Intake in Department of Management sciences for MBA was increased
from 90 to 120.
Introduction of new programmes (UG&PG):
1. New M.Tech Programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Department (Communication Engineering & Signal Processing) was
started with an intake of 18.
2. M.Tech in Machine Design was started in place of M.Tech (CAD/CAM).
Research Grants & Funding from Government Agencies:
1. Staff Development Programme grant of Rs. 1,15,000/- was sanctioned by
AICTE to Dr. C.V Subrahmanyam, Assistant Professor, Chemical
Engineering on the topic Modelling & Simulation for Rapid Progress in
Chemical Engineering.
2. MODROBS grant of Rs. 11, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
K. Ravindra, Professor, Mechanical Engineering for the
Modernization of CAM Laboratory.
Year 2012-2013:
New Infrastructural facilities/ labs:
1. Hi-Tech Block (85,000 Sq.ft.) construction was started.
2. Games Rooms were constructed.
3. Cricket Ground/ Cricket practicing net were built.
4. Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) Laboratory was established.
Accreditations:
College is accredited by NBA fourth time for all its eligible B.Tech Programmes
during J uly 2012 for two years & Five years for B. Tech Chemical Engineering.
Increase in the Intake UG &PG:
1. Intake in B.Tech Electronics & Communication Engineering was
increased from 120 to 180.
2. Intake in B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering was increased from
120 to 180.


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Research Grants & Funding from Government Agencies:
1. Major Research Project grant of Rs. 9,02,800/- was sanctioned by UGC
to Dr. A. Sudhakar, Professor, Electronics & Communication
Engineering on the topic Analysis and measurements of Ultra Wide
Band Signal Attenuation Through Typical Building Materials.
2. Major Research Project grant of Rs. 9,22,000/- was sanctioned by UGC
to Dr. K. Chandra Sekhar, Professor, Electrical & Electronics
Engineering on the topic Control Technique for Duel Inverter Fed Open
End Winding Induction Motor.
3. Major Research Project grant of Rs. 8,07,500/- was sanctioned by UGC
to Dr. K. Srinivas, Professor, Mechanical Engineering on the topic Tool
Condition Monitoring in Hard Turning using Acoustic Emission and
Vibration Signature.
4. Major Research Project grant of Rs. 4,36,000/- was sanctioned by UGC
to Dr. K. Ravindra, Professor, Mechanical Engineering on the topic
Fabrication and Characterization of Nano A1
2
O
3
reinforced
Magnesium Metal Matrix Composites.
5. National Seminar Grant of Rs. 1,50,000/- was sanctioned by UGC to
Dr. K. Surendranath, Assistant Professor, Physics Department on the
topic Solar Energy Harvesting through Photovoltaic Cells and
Storage.
6. Research Promotion Scheme grant of Rs. 11,90,000/- was sanctioned
by AICTE to Dr. K. Ravindra, Professor, Mechanical Engineering on
the topic Development and Characterization of High Strength
Polymer Matrix Composites reinforcing with Metallic Glass
Particulates.
7. MODROBS grant of Rs. 18, 85,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
K. Chandra Sekhar, Professor, Electrical &Electronics Engineering for
the Power Systems Lab.
8. Technology Systems Development grant of Rs. 11,43,334/- was
sanctioned by DST to Dr. K. Karteeka Pavan, Professor, Computer
Applications Department on the topic Segmentation of Medical
Images Using Multi Objective Evolutionary Optimization.
9. Workshop grant of Rs. 50,000/- was sanctioned for National Workshop
on Green Technology for Clean Environment by APPCB (Andhra
Pradesh pollution control board).
10. MODROBS grant of Rs. 10, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
M. Venkateswara Rao, Professor, Chemical Engineering for the
Chemical Technology Lab for the year 2013-14.

Year 2013-2014:
New Infrastructural Facilities / Labs:
1. Wear & Friction Monitoring Machine is added in Research Centre of
Department of Mechanical Engineering.


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2. Starting of construction of New Blocks in Boys & Girls Hostel.
3. Laid Two additional Basket Ball Courts and one Beach Volley Ball
Court.
Increase in the Intake UG &PG:
1. Intake in B.Tech Electrical & Electronics Engineering was increased
from 120 to 180.
2. Intake in B.Tech Civil Engineering was increased from 120 to 180.
3. PG programme in Computer Science & Technology under the
Department of Information Technology
4. PG Programme in Machine Design started under the Dept of Mechanical
Engineering
Research Grants & Funding from Government Agencies:
1. MODROBS grant of Rs. 10, 00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr.
M. Venkateswara Rao, Professor, Chemical Engineering for the
Chemical Technology Lab for the year 2013-14.
2. Young scientist Research grant of Rs. 13,70,000/- was sanctioned by
DST to Dr.V. P. B. Rekha, Assistant Professor, Department of Bio-
Technology on the topic Protein Engineering of third generation clot
specific thrombolytic agent Staphylokinaseto have N-terminal lipid
modification for enhanced stability and activity.
3. National Seminar Grant of Rs.40,000/- was sanctioned by DST to Dr.
V. Chittaranjan Das, Professor, Mechnaical Engineering Department
on the topic Futuristic Trends of Nano-Composites and their
Fabrication.
4. Seminar grant of Rs. 2,00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Dr. T
Ranga Babu, Professor, Electronics & Communication Engineering on
the topic Signal and Image Processing using Lab View
5. Seminar grant of Rs. 2,00,000/- was sanctioned by AICTE to Mr.
Ramesh Chandra Kolasani, Asst. Professor, Chemical Engineering on the
topic Nanotechnology A fuel for Chemical Industry

6.2.4 Does the College have a formally stated quality policy? How is it
designed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
The college is one of the leading engineering colleges in the state.
The college has clearly stated quality policy. Everyone is involved in
quality management system.
Regular external audit will verify quality management in the institution.
In our endeavor to build professionals, our focus is consistently on
developing students Knowledge, Attitudes, Skills and Habits.
College Quality policy statement:
Establishment of quality assurance system with continuous evaluation and
monitoring to impart the best education to create ambience of excellence,


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recognizing the multicultural diversity and commitment to transform and
assimilate the excellence in education and value system.
The college strives for excellence by adopting changes that helps the
institution to improve the defined systems, practices & performance.
While framing quality policy, management has taken the following aspects
into consideration
It is appropriate to the purpose of the Institute and reflects top
managements vision and strategy for future of the Institute.
It reflects a spirit of continual improvement in the Quality Management
System for its effectiveness.
It provides a framework for defining quality objectives and permits
quality objectives to be understood and pursued throughout the
organization. It also provides for its review.
It is effectively formulated, efficiently communicated and is properly
understood for effective implementation throughout the Institute.
It is reviewed periodically for its relevance, efficacy and continued
suitability to the Institute.
At the Institute, Quality policy is prominently displayed in appropriate
places at the institute, included in the quality manual, discussed in various
staff meetings and implementation reviewed periodically in management
review meetings.
This policy shall be implemented by adhering to the Quality Management
System. It is ensured that Quality Policy is understood at all levels through
training programs.
* Measures taken by the institution to translate quality to the functioning
of its various administrative and academic units
To uphold the high standards of the institution, each staff member is motivated
to strive for their individual academic excellence. This contributes towards
strengthening the system and maintaining good teaching and research
practices in the institution. The Management encourages and supports self up-
gradation of the faculty.
Every staff member of the department is assigned certain responsibilities
by involving in different committees.
Senior staff members are involved in budget preparation and policy
making.
Senior staff members are vested with powers and authority to check
performance of students and curb irregularities, if any.
* Reforms in the management techniques employed and efforts to value
employees contribution and thereby improving the quality in
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Senior faculty in each department is made as member of Dept. BOS and
their suggestions are well taken in finalizing the course structure and
syllabi.
Specialized groups are assigned the responsibility of framing the syllabus
for various subjects as per global standards.
Faculty in-charge of the laboratories are assigned to prepare annual
recurring and nonrecurring budget of individual laboratories and to plan
for reengineering/replacement of obsolete equipment.
Faculty contributions in terms of publications in peer reviewed journals
are rewarded.
Faculty is encouraged to develop comprehensive college management
systems by rewarding them.
* Review Process
The Institution has constituted a number of committees to monitor various
aspects of the Institution.
Course Monitoring:
Guided by the academic action plan, course schedules are prepared and
handouts of the same are given to the students. Faculty members prepare their
lecture plans and cover the syllabus as per the course schedule and keep the
Head of Department (HOD) informed about the coverage of the syllabus
during the department meetings. The HOD also takes periodical feedback
from the class representatives to assess whether the curriculum is being
conducted as per the designed schedule.
Performance monitoring:
The College has a system of carrying out periodical review of the teaching
standards maintained in the classrooms. For this purpose written feedback is
collected from the students to assess the quality of teaching in each course.
This exercise is carried out twice every semester.
The HOD also seeks information from each faculty member regarding the
student performance in his subject. Poor performers in each course are tracked
and remedial sessions are conducted to bring them on par with the rest of the
class.
General Monitoring:
To assist the college administration, a large number of committees are
constituted. Students are also nominated in most of the committees like
Transport committee
Womens Hostel committee
Boys Hostel committee
Literary & cultural committee
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Sports committee


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Lady advisory committee
Anti-ragging committee
Student amenities committee
Training & Placement cell
These committees work in coordination to create a congenial atmosphere on
the campus and motivate students to behave responsibly to further their
academic development.
6.2.5 How does the College ensure that grievances / complaints are
promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a
mechanism to analyse the nature of grievances for promoting better
stakeholder-relationship?
Two Associations, the Teaching Staff Association and the Non-teaching Staff
Association are recognized by the Management and their voice is heard by the
Management. All genuine grievances are redressed promptly. The class-
interaction Committee with student members discusses the academic&
administrative problems and the grievances of the students. The minutes of the
meeting are put up to the Management for remedial action, if necessary.
Receive grievances from faculty and student committees and act on the same
in consultation with the secretary & correspondent and the members of the
grievance cell.
6.2.6 Does the College have a mechanism for analyzing student
feedback on institutional performance? If yes, what was the
institutional response?
Yes, the college has a mechanism for analyzing student feed back on
institutional performance. There is a regular feedback from students on all
teachers at the end of each semester. A student-evaluation format is filled by
all students in respect of each subject taught.
The student anonymously evaluates the teachers performance on a 4-point
rating scale. The teachers whose performance is not satisfactory are identified
by the HOD of each department and appropriate action is taken on the poorly
performed teachers.
The infrastructural facilities and the amenities are adjudged in terms of the
opinions about adequacy at the class-interaction meetings. The minutes of the
Committee Meeting are recorded and action initiated. By collecting such feed
backs from the students the institution is able to know the areas where the
system is weak or strong. Accordingly action plan is being taken to rectify the
areas where the institution seems to be weak.
6.2.7 In what way the affiliating University helped the College to identify
the developmental needs of the College?
The affiliating university, ANU nominates the eminent personalities for the
college Governing body, Academic Council and Board of Studies to design the
curriculum and provide the suggestions to improve the quality of education in


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the college. Our faculty members are allowed to attend training courses
organized by the university. The university permits our faculty to register for
Ph.D, and also our senior faculty to act as supervisor for Ph.D scholars.
6.2.8 Does the affiliating university have a functional College Development
Council (CDC) or Board of College and University Development
(BCUD)? If yes, In what way College is benefitted.
Yes. The affiliating Acharya Nagarjuna University has a College Development
Council (CDC) for the purpose of proper planning and integrated development
of its affiliated Colleges. R.V.R. & J .C. College of Engineering gets the
benefit of it in the following ways:
The University guides the college in regard to rationalization and
implementation of University policy on affiliation of the college.
CDC helps the college in implementation of the regulations framed by
the UGC regarding minimum standard of instruction for the award of
first degree and also regarding restructuring of courses at the
undergraduate and post graduate level.
The CDC serves as an academic guide to the college and ensures
interaction between academic faculties in the university departments and
teachers in the college.
Principal of the college attends the meetings conducted by CDC of the
University and bring out and implement the suggestions in the college if
any for raising the standards of education in the college.
6.2.9 How does the College get feedback from non-teaching, teaching,
parents and alumni on its functioning and how it is utilized.
The college receives the suggestions and feedback about the college
development along with the activities and achievements carried out in an
academic year through self-appraisal which are taken from the Teaching / Non-
Teaching members of the college at the end of every academic year.
The feedback forms are sent to the parents and alumni randomly and suggestions
and feedback is collected from them. The collected feedbacks are reviewed by
the Principal and the HODs and the same is informed to the management for the
necessary corrective action for the improvement of the college.
6.2.10 Does the College encourage autonomy to its academic departments
and how does it ensure accountability?
Yes, College encourages the autonomy to its academic departments in the
areas of curriculum development, laboratory development and faculty
development programs.
6.2.11 Does the College conduct performance auditing of its various
departments?
YES, the internal audit is regularly carried out once in every six months. The
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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to enhance the professional
development of teaching and non teaching staff?
Teaching staff:
College encourages the teaching staff to enroll for higher degrees to
improve their technical skills and capabilities.
Conducts Faculty development programs in thrust areas, seminars,
workshops and conferences in the college.
Faculty members are sanctioned leave for upgrading their
qualification.
Encourages faculty to participate in FDPs, seminars, workshops and
conferences conducted outside the college so that the faculty can
understand trends and improvements in their peer professional group.
Incentives are given for research paper publications.
TA, DA and other Expenses for attending paper presentations and
training programmes.
Cash incentives for the award of Research grants/ seminar grants.
Faculty members are motivated to use journals, books, CDs for self-
learning.
Institution has signed MOUs with various Organizations with an
objective of collaborative learning between Industry and Academia.
College introduces new equipment and software in laboratories to
improve practical skills and thus able to stand higher in their
professional capabilities.
Non Teaching staff:
College encourages the Non-teaching staff to enroll for higher degrees
to improve their technical skills and capabilities.
Hands on training is provided for non teaching staff to improve their
practical skills
Non teaching staff are also deputed to participate in external projects to
enhance their skills.
They are deputed to industry for training whenever new equipment is
purchased.
College introduces new equipment and software in labs regularly thus
providing a platform to enhance their professional skills.
Incentives are given for acquiring higher degree.
6.3.2 What is the outcome of the review of the Performance Appraisal
Reports? List the major decisions.
Performance appraisal reports of all the teaching and non teaching staff are
collected from the Heads of the departments annually by the Principal and are
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are considered. Before the grant of the regular increments also a confidential
report is submitted from the Heads of the departments. Under special
circumstances staff are counseled, guided and motivated for their
improvement regarding personal, academic and administrative issues.
6.3.3 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non
teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit
of such schemes in the last four years?
All non teaching staff is provided with free uniform and shoes.
All teaching and non teaching staff are provided with free medical
checkup and treatments at Hospitals run by College management
members. College has a tie up with Katuri Medical College, Guntur.
Following welfare schemes are initiated for the benefit of faculty members
All teaching and non teaching staff is provided with Group personal
accidental Insurance from the academic year 2011-12.
o For Deans/Heads of the Departments/Professors : 5 Lakhs
o For All committee conveners: 4 Lakhs
o For all Associate Professors/Assistant Professors: 3 Lakhs
For Non-Teaching Staff: 2 Lakhs
For daily wage workers: 1 Lakh
Gratuity to all Non-Teaching staff.
Earn Leave encashment to all Teaching staff.
Laptops are provided to all heads of the departments.
6.3.4 What are the measures taken by the College for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
Provides all basic amenities for comfortable stay at college during
working hours.
Encourages faculty by giving incentives for publishing papers at
conferences and in journals.
Provides excellent research facilities and academic ambience for
retaining eminent faculty and attract the faculty from outside.
Provides academic freedom to the faculty to experiment new
technologies and methodologies of teaching and learning facilities.
Sponsoring for Higher Education/Research by grant of leave/lien.
Incentive for acquiring PhD degree during service.
Provides Earn leave encashment.
6.3.5 Has the College conducted a gender audit during the last four
years? If yes, mention a few salient findings.
The College has a rich tradition of providing equal opportunities to both the
genders. The college constituted a separate committee to look in to the issue of
women empowerment and several activities related to gender.


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6.3.6 Does the College conduct any gender sensitization programs for
its staff?
Lady Advisory committee with a senior lady faculty member as chair person
was formed by the college. The Lady Advisory committee is intended to put
forward steps to look after the comfortable stay of lady staff in the college.
Basic functions of the committee:
The committee interacts with its members regularly to commence its
operations.
The committee notifies its presence through posters, notices and
conducts awareness lectures and interactive sessions.
The committee educates the students and staff pertaining to the
punitive measures for indulging in such acts which amount to
misleading it or lodging wrong complaints etc.
Women grievance cell was formed to take care of gender sensitization.

6.3.7 What is the impact of the Universitys UGC-Academic Staff
College Programmes in enhancing competencies of the College
faculty?
Publication of papers in referred and reputed Research journals.
Applying for R&D projects to fetch research grants.
Present papers in National and International conferences.
Upgrading teaching, learning processes.
Exposed to latest trends and technologies.
6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of financial resources?
The Finance Committee of the institute, an advisory body to the Governing
Body, consists of
1. The Principal (Chairman).
2. A person nominated by the Governing Body of the college.
3. A senior staff member of the college nominated by the Principal.
It will meet to consider,
(a) Budget estimates relating to the grants received /receivable from funding
agencies, and income from fees, etc. collected for the activities to
undertake the scheme of autonomy; and
(b) Audited accounts for the above.
Financial planning is also done by the Principal in consultation with all the
related committees. The finance committee exercises the final say in any of the
financial matters.
Salaries of regular staff, adhoc staff, time bound staff, part-time staff,
NMR staff, contract labour, daily wage labour, labour through outsourcing
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Establishment and Maintenance, including the electricity and telephone
bills
Correspondence cost
Statutory fee- Affiliation fee, youth festival fee paid to university, NBA
Accreditation fee, AICTE prescribed fee etc.
Examination section related expenditure.
Equipment related expenditure covering Computers, Peripherals and
Installation.
Expenditure relating to Lab equipment & classroom equipment,
Maintenance related (Civil, electrical etc.)
Academic activities like conferences
Co & extracurricular activities, including National festivals Organization
Infrastructure, Office infrastructure, including stationery, Classroom
infrastructure, Planning civil constructions, including buildings and
individual items in association with Construction, Maintenance &
Beautification committee etc.
Repairs of all kinds
Service oriented activities
Hospitality for visitors other than those invited for conferences etc. like
special meetings e.g. Governing body, Academic Council, Finance
Committee, BOS etc.
Campus Interviews
Website Maintenance
Library purchases Books, J ournals, Computers, Information processing
Software, information portals
Campus communications installation and maintenance
Special functions like Freshers day, Engineers day, Sports events,
College day etc.
Printing expenditure
New Programmes of study at different levels
Introduction of new courses in the existing programmes, including
increase in intake for the existing ones.
Annual Budget for departments
Financial Transparency for efficient use of financial resources is incurred
through
All the monetary transactions (both the receipts and payments) are
processed through a Nationalized Bank
Information pertaining to funded projects is also placed on the website.
The statements of accounts are audited by certified Chartered
Accountants.


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6.4.2 Does the College have a mechanism for internal and external
audit? Give details.
Yes
Internal Audit:

S.No Name of Audit Date of Audit Purpose
1 Academic
Results Review
Committee
Before
declaration of
Results
To review Academic Results.
To identify different trends in
results.
2 Internal Quality
Assurance Cell
(IQAC)
Yearly twice

To evaluate Existing courses
and to redesign.
To incorporate suggestions
from academic and
administrative audit by the
inspection committees.
To look after feedback
mechanism focusing on
stakeholder in addition to
realizing the objectives of the
curricula.

External Audit:

S.NO Name of Audit Date of Audit Purpose
1 NBA Committee 20
th
to 23
rd

July 2013
For Quality assurance.
2 ANU Permanent
Affiliation
Committee
08.06.2010 Academic and administrative
audit.
3 ANU Affiliation
Committee
07.10.2012 Academic and administrative
audit.
4 ANU Affiliation
Committee
23.05.2012 Academic and administrative
audit.
5 UGC Joint Expert
Committee
26
th
& 27
th

September
2011
For granting extension of
autonomous status
6 Governing Body

(For every six
Months)
30.03.2009,
13.06.2009,
30.12.2009,
28.10.2010,
28.01.2011,
02.09.2011,
Decision making at the helm
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21.12.2011,
28.06.2012,
14.08.2012,
16.02.2013
28.12.2013
7 Standing
committee to
Academic council
(for every six
months)
21.06.2012,
07.08.2013
Deriving academic
procedures and to ascertain
the academic standards.
8 Academic council (for every six
months)
14.08.2012,
08.08.2013
Deriving academic
procedures and to ascertain
the academic standards.
9 BOS

29.06.2012,
03.08.2013
Monitoring and modifying the
curriculum with special
reference to syllabus.
10 AFSRC Task
Force
09.11.2012 Academic, Finance and
administrative audit.
11 AFSRC Task
Force
08.08.2013 Academic, Finance and
administrative audit.
12 ANU Affiliation
Committee
16.04.2013 Academic and administrative
audit.
6.4.3 Provide audited income and expenditure statement of academic
and administrative activities of the previous four years.
Annexure : D - 6.4.3
6.4.4 Have the accounts been audited regularly? What are the major
audit objections and how are they complied with?
Accounts have been audited regularly.
There are no audit objections.
6.4.5 Narrate the efforts taken by the College for resource
mobilization.
Authorities guide and encourage faculty to submit proposals for research
grants.
All the expenses are met from the student tuition fees and other
resources like Research grants and UGC grants.
Alumni have donated funds for the development of college and are
solicited to donate liberally.
Revenue is generated through testing and consultancy.
Funds are also obtained from students examination fee.
Funds are also mobilized through donations from philanthropists and
social service organizations.


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6.4.6 Is there any provision for the College to maintain the corpus
fund? If yes, give details.
Five corpus funds are recently introduced.
Equipment replacement fund: 0.5% of total annual recurring
expenditures.
Maintenance fund: 0.5% of total annual recurring expenditures.
Faculty development fund: 0.5% of total annual recurring
expenditures.
Corpus fund: 0.5% of total annual recurring expenditures.
Staff welfare fund: 10% of consultancy revenue.

6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System
6.5.1 Does the College conduct an academic audit of its departments?
If yes, give details.
Yes, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the college conducts the
academic audit of the departments.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) plans and coordinates the execution
of all the requisite procedures for academic audit of the existing courses and
redesign, if any. In addition to the above, the committee takes up any
suggestions from the academic and administrative audit by the inspection
committees, including the AICTE, NBA, UGC, APSCHE and private/
corporate institutions.
Methodologies of operations and outcome:
The cell takes into cognizance all the evaluation criteria and the rules and
regulations of various inspection committees. It initiates parameter wise
discussion of measures to be taken for the improvement of academic and
administrative systems of the institution. In addition to the above, the cell
forwards its observations to different departments to improve day-to-day
teaching-learning process. The cell submits the minutes of its meetings along
with observations, suggestions, if any and resolutions to the respective
statutory committees for further processing. The cell undertakes all the
activities in coordination with the heads of the departments and administrative
office.
6.5.2 Based on the recommendations of academic audit what specific
measures have been taken by the College to improve teaching,
learning and evaluation?
Lesson plans are prepared and reviewed thoroughly for including
practical tasks.
Learner centric interaction is implemented to make the student to be
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Advanced audio/visual teaching aids are provided in more than 50% of
the class rooms.
6.5.3 Is there a central body within the College to continuously review
the teaching learning process? Give details of its structure,
methodologies of operations and outcome?
Yes, Internal Quality Assurance Cell continuously reviews the teaching
learning process. Internal Quality Assurance Cell is formed with Principal as a
Chairman and 10 members are appointed by the Principal. The committee will
conduct the audit twice in a year.
IQAC evaluates the teachers on their teaching and research as well as
extension performance based on their Self Appraisal Reports (SAR)
submitted every year. The evaluation based on SARs helps in ensuring
academic accountability of teachers and monitoring of their major
research projects and other academic activities.
The Principal sends commendation letters to the teachers who have
done reasonably well, so as to motivate them further.
The teachers are also evaluated by the students and their analysis and
the outcome are intimated to the teachers concerned to help in
improving their performance.
The Evaluation is also made department-wise by the IQAC. This
analysis also helps in drawing a road map by the college for improving
teaching-learning and research.
6.5.4 How has IQAC contributed to institutionalizing quality
assurance strategies and processes?
IQAC is contributing to the institute in the following quality assurance
strategies and process issues:
Identify the processes needed
Determine the sequence and interactions
Determine criteria and methods needed
Ensure availability of requisite information and resources
Measure, monitor and analyze
Ensure, achieve planned results and improvement.
Suggest modifications to academic regulations & Curriculum syllabus
and the rest based on the following
Post pedagogic execution audit by statutory bodies like NBA, AICTE,
APSCHE and university committees
Pre-execution audit
Post pedagogic execution audit
Review of the teaching processes, teaching models, technical support
mechanism and internal assessment performance of the students
Analysis of the results (with Micro orientation)


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Ascertaining the social and industrial relevance of a particular course
to be introduced.
It monitors
Recording attendance for every class in the first five minutes
Instant consolidation of attendance in the registers.
Entering subject wise attendance through software developed for the
purpose.
Posting of letters to the parents of the students for shortage or
otherwise of attendance.
Displaying the attendance.
Asking students to submit medical certificates immediately after
reporting to college if the absence is on medical grounds.
Ascertaining the genuine nature or otherwise of the certificates
submitted.
Penal action stipulated for those that do not conform to the set norms
in vogue.

6.5.5 Does the IQAC have external members on its committees? If so,
mention any significant contribution made by such members.
Yes, IQAC has an External member.
Syllabus review and up gradation
Improvement of evaluation process
6.5.6 Has the IQAC conducted any study on the incremental academic
growth of students from disadvantaged sections of society?
The Institution has a mechanism to record the incremental academic growth of
the students admitted from the disadvantaged sections. For every twenty
students in the class a counselor is allotted. Teacher counselors record in the
counseling register a comment on his/her incremental academic growth. The
institution has a mechanism to check and record the marks secured by the
disadvantaged sections of the students.
For the slow learners remedial and need based coaching will be offered. For
such students special coaching and model question papers are provided. The
student grievance cell addresses their needs and provides extra facilities.
6.5.7 What policies are in place for the periodic review of administrative
and academic departments, subject areas, research centres, etc.?
Internal and external auditing
Academic and administrative auditing
Regular meeting of BOS to review subject areas
Regular meeting of research committee to review research and
developmental activities


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CRITERIA VII
INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES

7.1 Environment Consciousness:
7.1.1 Does the College conduct a Green Audit of its campus?
The college is giving importance to eco-friendly environment and allocating
funds in the annual budget for proper maintenance of campus. The college
Site Engineer and the Campus Beautification Committee are taking care of
making the campus clean & green and eco-friendly. Hence, no separate green
audit is conducted. The scenario of the college exhibits the importance given
to eco-friendly campus:
The College is nurtured with a number of trees.
A number of lawns are maintained with water sprinklers.
Organic Waste of the campus is converted into fertilizer compost
within the campus.
Bio-Manure is prepared using bio-waste provided out of trees and
plants.
7.1.2 What are the Initiatives taken by the college to make the campus
eco-friendly?
A number of initiatives are taken by the college to make the campus eco-
friendly and a number of committees and clubs are working with the aim of
making it a pleasant environment.
Energy Conservation:
The college has wide spread arrangements for power connections with
a central sub-station, control panel and power room. Breakers are
available at sub-stations and control panels are available at power
room. Panels and distribution boxes are available at individual
departments.
Staggering of classes has been done to reduce peak load.
Switches are provided outside each class room/lab to switch-off power
to these areas when not in use, leading to substantial saving in power.
CFLs & LED lamps are used in newly constructed buildings along
with tube lights.
Underground power cables are used to minimize losses.
Class rooms & laboratories are having natural lighting and good
ventilation and it reduces the power consumption.
Steam Cooking is being used in College Canteen and Hostels to
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Renewable Energy Systems:
Renewal energy club promotes or creates awareness of the use of
renewable energy.
2.75 KW solar back-up was installed for web and internet servers for
uninterrupted operations.
500 KW solar power plant project is under pipe-line.
The college has installed photo voltaic panel based street lighting
system in the campus.
Solar water heaters & solar lights are being used in the hostels.
Water Harvesting:
Rain water harvesting is implemented through contour trenches aligned
parallel to the western boundary of the college campus. The section used is 1
m width X 1m depth running over 400 m. The rain water collected on the
steep slopes of the hill is being successfully utilized for harvesting. In 2001 the
structure was constructed using the in-house resources. Rain water harvesting
system ensures continuous water supply in the campus.
Check Dam Construction:
A Check dam was constructed within the college campus with a grant of
Rs.4.25 lakhs sanctioned by AICTE on a third order stream trending NW-SE
(North West - South East) as a research project. The structure is a surplus
weir with 62500 m
3
storage capacity.
Efforts for Carbon neutrality:
The plants & trees nurtured in the campus reduce the effect of Carbon
Dioxide.
Eco club is started in the campus to bring environment awareness
among the students.
Waste from the plants & trees are being transformed as compost
instead of burning.
Plantation:
The Campus Beautification Committee is taking care of greenery in the
campus.
Plantation programme is being organized every year in and around the
campus.
A considerable amount of money is being spent every year for growing
plants & greenery in the campus.
e-Waste:
e-Waste is being sold from time to time.
Out-dated & low-end systems are being sponsored to schools and other
organizations.


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Buy-back system, which includes giving systems in lieu of new
systems back to the company from where they are purchased, is being
followed in the college.
7.2 Innovations:
7.2.1 Provide details of Innovations introduced during the last four
years which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the
college.
A number of innovative steps have been adopted in the last four years in
academic and administrative systems to make the college a centre of
excellence. Any new idea or technique is always appreciated, encouraged and
implemented by the college.
Innovations in Administrative System
Office Automation:
The administrative work of the college is completely automated and Intel Core
i3 systems are provided to the office staff. Sufficient training was given to the
office staff in efficiently utilizing the computers. Office automation helps to
reduce the delays in providing service to the stake holders.
Library automation:
The central library is automated to cater to the needs of students and staff.
The Library offers computerized catalogue search through the OPAC Service.
The library has provision for reading e-books, online courses and watching
CDs/DVDs. Tidal Data unified library server is established for storing video
lectures from NPTEL, MIT and Harvard Universities.
College mail server:
The college has established a mail server to provide mail service to staff &
students. This mail service provides effective communication and provides
mail ids with college name to identify the current legal users of the
organization. 10 GB space was allocated for each faculty member and 25 GB
space was sponsored for each student by GoogleApps.
Growth in Faculty Hierarchy :
The following senior professors were nominated as Deans and additional
responsibilities were assigned to them for better functioning of the college:
1. Dr. M.Venkateswara Rao, HOD, Chemical as Dean, Examinations
2. Dr. K.Ravindra ,HOD, Mechanical as Dean, Academics
3. Dr. K.Srinivas, Professor, Mechanical as Dean, Student Affairs
4. Dr. G.S.Prasad, Professor, CSE as Dean, T & P
5. Sri N.V.Srinivasa Rao, Administrative Officer as Dean, Finance


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Bio-metric system:
Finger print biometric system is introduced for monitoring the regularity &
punctuality of staff members.
DELNET (Developing Library Network) service:
For sharing resources with other libraries to enhance teaching-learning
process, the college joined as an institutional member of DELNET. DELNET
connects all libraries of the technical institutions approved by AICTE in the
country.
Enhanced Internet Bandwidth:
The bandwidth of the Internet has been enhanced from 4 Mbps to 8 Mbps,
then to 16 Mbps. The internet facility is available throughout the campus and
in the city computer centre.
VPNoBB Connection:
BSNL has provided 40 Mbps VPNoBB (Virtual Private network over Broad
Band) connection under NME-ICT (National Mission on Education through
Information and Communication Technology Project initiated by Ministry of
HRD). The objective of this project is to provide NME-ICT network
connection to the colleges and universities of the nation to bring all
educational institutions into a single network for sharing the information.
Innovations in Academic System
Establishment of e-class rooms:
E-class room is established to provide online learning environment. The E-
classroom established in the cyber block consists of 76 systems and a touch
panel for instant control of electronic gadgets. The touch panel controls video
conferencing, DVD player and Power Point Presentation. This e-class room is
being used for conducting training classes and workshops for students & staff.
Learning Management System:
An electronic LMS MOODLE (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning
Environment) is installed in the campus to support and enhance teaching-
learning process. MOODLE is being used for posting lecture notes, reference
material, assignments and for conducting quizzes.
Usage of NPTEL Video lectures:
NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning A joint
venture of IITs and IISc) web courses and video courses are being used by
staff and students to enhance teaching-learning process.




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Subscription of e-journals:
The institute subscribes Electronic journals / magazines from IEEE, ASME,
ASCE, SPRINGER, MGH, EBSCO, J -GATE & ELSEVIER every year.
These resources are being used by staff for research work and by students for
their project works and term papers.
Usage of LCD Projectors:
Computer Systems and LCD projectors were fixed in more than 50% of the
class rooms in each department and teachers are encouraged to use the
projectors to provide quality teaching. On requirement, LCD projectors are
being provided to other class rooms.
Training Programs from first year:
Personality development is a major requirement for professional students. The
college is organizing several training programs from the first year itself for
better improvement of their personality. The programs being conducted from
first year to final year are playing vital role in placements and career
development of the students.
Experiential Learning:
Workshops are being organized by various departments to improve the
practical skills of the students in latest trends and technologies. Eminent
people from the industry are being invited to the college to give practical
exposure to the students in various fields.
Gold Medals to Toppers:
The management and the staff are sponsoring gold medals to the toppers of all
branches on the names of renowned (late) persons of the society to encourage
competitive spirit among the students.
Poor & Merit Scholarships:
The management is offering scholarships to poor & merit students to
encourage them and to reduce their financial burden.

7.3 Best Practices:
Give details of any two best practices which have contributed to better
academic and administrative functioning of the college.
The institution promotes many best practices to improve the quality of
education and teaching-learning process. It leaves no stone unturned to make
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Best Practice-1:

Enhancing student skill set
Objectives of the practice
In addition to the academic activities, the institute is making enormous efforts
for alround development of the students.
The objectives are to develop & enhance the following skills in the students:
Technical skills.
Interpersonal skills
Organizational skills.
The context
The college has been working with the aim of making it a centre of excellence.
Students from different levels & backgrounds need training to improve their
technical as well as organizational skills. Considering these requirements,
college is providing excellent facilities for the students to improve their skills
and to achieve their career goals.
The Practice
Eminent speakers from industry and prestigious academic institutes are
being invited for delivering guest lectures on latest technologies.
All departments are conducting technical events through their clubs /
associations on current trends & technologies to improve the technical
knowledge of the students.
Students use the Internet facility beyond the working hours to learn
about the latest technologies.
(E)J ournals/Magazines are provided in the library to know about the new
technologies and research trends.
The college encourages the students to attend workshops / student meets
/ paper presentations to improve their technical and presentation skills.
The college provides financial assistance to students to implement new
ideas or thoughts as projects and encourages creative skills of the
students.
Training programs and workshops are being organized to promote
experimental learning in the campus.
Industrial visits are being arranged for practical exposure to students.
Students are being encouraged to attend summer projects / internships
in the industries/prestigious academic institutions to acquire practical
knowledge.
Each department organizes National Level Technical student meet
regularly which helps the students to improve their interpersonal skills
and time management for meeting the deadlines.


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The students play major role in the events annual day & freshers day
being organized by the college and inculcate the qualities co-operation,
co-ordination and team work.
Personality development programs and seminars are being conducted
from the first year to improve communication skills & soft skills of the
students.
The institute is encouraging the students to become members of
professional bodies like IETE,ISTE, IEEE etc., and various events are
being organized under these professional bodies to improve their skills.
The college is organizing various co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities through student initiated clubs for enabling alround
development of the students.
Evidence of Success:
The change in the behaviour & communication of the students from
first year to final year is an ample testimony for the success of the
programs being organised.
The prizes / awards won by the students in technical and other events
emphasizes the impact of the programs.
The performance of the students in placements is an indication of the
success of the programs being organized.
Problems Encountered & Resources Required:
Problems Encountered:
No problems are encountered regarding finance because the college
management is sanctioning sufficient budget for conducting various
programs and for providing necessary resources.
A few problems are encountered in the implementation:
o Adjusting academic schedule to accommodate the programs
o Providing slots in the time-table to make some of the events as
regular activities
Resources Required:
Extra working hours/days to schedule the programs
Provision of the Internet, library, labs, seminar halls and sports kits to
students of various sections / years
The college overcame these problems by the co-operation of staff and students
by providing suitable slots and staying beyond the working hours, if required.
Best Practice-2:
Comprehensive Student Monitoring System.
Objectives:
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To monitor the students regularity & discipline
To enable the parents to know about the performance & regularity of
their wards.
To counsel and direct the students to achieve the intended goals.
The Context:
Inculcating discipline, punctuality and motiviation among the students is the
main objective in career building of a student. In this direction, the college
has a well established system to monitor the students activity. The
organizational structures, policies, and practices support monitoring the
students progress and commitment to learning during each semester.
The Practice:
The college has an effective and automated Student Information
System for recording students attendance as well as performance in
the internal Exams being conducted in each semester.
The teacher takes students attendance in every class during the first
five minutes and after the class enters the list of absentees in the
academic activity register to enable the head of the department to
monitor the students in each period of the day.
The class in-charges prepare the monthly attendance of the students for
each section and sends the information to the parents of defaulters
through proper channel.
The following measures are being taken for improvement of the
attendance of the students:-
o The concerned teacher enquires and counsels the student if he
is absent for two continuous classes.
o The class-incharge enquires and counsels the student if he is
continuously absent for more than two days and directs him to
HoD for necessary action.
o The HOD warns the student if he is absent continuously for
more than one week and informs the parents about his
irregularity.
o The HOD calls the parents of a student if he is absent
continuously for more than two weeks, enquires the reason and
advises them to take care of their ward.
o The HOD forwards the details of a student to the Principal for
further action if he is absent continuously even after informing
his parents.


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Periodic meetings are conducted by the Principal with HODs to review
The punctuality and regularity of the students.
Weightage is given to attendance in internal marks to improve the
students regularity. 5 marks are allotted for attendance in each theory
subject in a graded manner.
The class interaction committee meetings are being conducted twice in
a semester for every class to know and to solve their problems.
The HOD and the class in-charge counsel the students regularly, assist
them in solving their personal & academic problems and give career
guidance.
The mid examination marks of the students are being sent to the
parents for information. The HOD enquires and counsels the poor
performers
The teachers identify the slow learners of the class and assist them in
improving their performance by providing required help.
Every student participates in the events conducted in the college or
other colleges with the prior permission of the concerned HOD.
Disciplinary Committee of the college promptly curbs the indiscipline
in the campus.
Anti-Ragging Committee monitors the freshers by frequently visiting
the sensitive areas within the campus and outside the campus.
Additional duty is assigned to the faculty members to monitor the
freshers from being affected by any sort of ragging in and around the
campus.
Evidence of Success:
The improvement in attendance of the students speak volumes
regarding steps taken for monitoring the students.
The decrease in detention rate justifies the mechanisms adopted for
monitoring the students.
The enhancement in performance of the students due to regular
monitoring and discipline in the college is an evidence of success of
the practice.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required:
Problems Encountered:
No problems are encountered in forming various committees and
conducting meetings due to proper distribution of load among the staff.
A few problems are encountered in the implementation:


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o Enquiring the student in the class, regarding his absence, wastes
time for all the students in the class.
o Poor response of the parents for enquiries from the college
Resources Required:
More number of classes to complete the subject than actual required
number of classes
Extra efforts of staff and the HoD to counsel the students and to
explain the parents about their role and cooperation in monitoring their
wards.

These problems are solved with the total involvement of the Principal, the
HOD & the staff and they are successful in making the parents aware of their
role in building the career of their wards.

Any additional information regarding Innovations and Best Practices,
which the College would like to include:
In addition to the above mentioned best practices, some other best practices
are being excercised to make the college a centre of excellence


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PART E

EVALUATIVE
REPORTS OF
THE
DEPARTMENTS


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1. Evaluative Report of Chemical Engineering Department

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment

Chemical Engineering &Established in the year 1996

2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

Under Graduation (UG) - Chemical Engineering

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved

S.No. Code
No.
Subject Name Department
1. ChE 113 Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry
2. ChE 115 Physical Chemistry
3. ChE 123 Analytical Chemistry
4. ChE 161 Chemistry Laboratory
5. ChE 214 Organic Chemistry
6. ChE 252 Organic Chemistry Laboratory
7. ChE 124 C-Programming Computer Science
and Engineering
8. ChE 163 C-Programming Laboratory
9. ChE 213 Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
Electrical &
Electronics
Engineering
10. ChE 251 Electrical & Electronics
Engineering Laboratory
11. ChE 421 Process Economics & Industrial
Management
Management
Sciences ( MBA)
12. ChE 111 Engineering Mathematics-I
Mathematics and
Humanities
13. ChE 114 Technical English &
Communication Skills
14. ChE 121 Engineering Mathematics-II
15. ChE 152 English Language Laboratory
16. ChE 211 Computational Techniques
17. ChE 221 Probability & Complex
Analysis
18. ChE 263 Communication Skills
Laboratory
19. ChE 353 Advanced Communication
Skills Laboratory
20. ChE 153 Engineering Graphics
Laboratory
Mechanical
Engineering


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21. ChE 162 Workshop
22. ChE 222 Applied Mechanics &
Mechanical Engineering
23. ChE 112 Engineering Physics-I
Physics
24. ChE 122 Engineering Physics - II
25. ChE 151 Physics Laboratory

4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system

Credit based semester systemwith fixed grading

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

Subject
Code
Name of the
subject
Department
ChE 415 (A)
Energy
Engineering
Open to the students of other branches
(open Elective)
ChE 415 (B)
Bio-fuels
CSE 115
Environmental
Studies
Computer Science & Engineering
IT 115
Information Technology
ECE 125
Electronics and Communication Engg.
EEE 125
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
ME 227
Mechanical Engineering

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Designation Sanctioned Filled
Professor 1 1
Associate Professor 2 2
Assistant Professor 8 8


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7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation
(D.Sc. / D.Litt./ Ph.D. /M.Phil., etc.)

Name

Designation

Qualifica
tion
Specializa
tion
No. of Years
of
Experience
(Teaching
+Industrial
Experience)
No. of
Ph.D.
Students
Guided
In The
Last 4
Years
Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao
Professor
&
Head
M.Tech.,
Ph.D.
Momentum
& Heat
Transfer
33 1
Dr.C.V.Subrahmanyam
Associate
Professor
M.Tech.,
Ph.D.
Chemical
Technology
21
(18+03)
-
Dr.L.Nageswara Rao
Associate
Professor
M.Tech.,
Ph.D.
Chemical
Engineering
12 -
Mr.K.Ramesh Chandra
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Energy
Engineering
10 -
Mr.DNV Satyanarayana Assistant
Professor
M. Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Submitted
Thesis
CPED 11
(10+1)
-
Mr.P.Rohini Kumar
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Chemical
Engineering
08 -
Mr.D.Kamalakar
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
CAD
06 -
Smt. J .L. J ayanthi
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Chemical
Engineering
08 -
Mr. K. Sivaprasada Rao Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Chemical
Engineering
08
(03+05)
-
Smt. M. Sudheera
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Chemical
Engineering
02 -
Smt. R. Srividya
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech. Chemical
Engineering
02 -



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8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information
NIL

9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio

(180/11) =16.37

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled

Sanctioned: 5 and Filled: 5

Name of the Technical
staff
Designation
Date of
joining
Qualification
Other
Technical
Skills gained
Sri K.Nageswara Rao Technician-A 02.02.98
B.Sc.
(M.Sc.)
Computer
knowledge
Sri M.Satyanarayana Technician-B 01.12.98
ITI
(DME)
Computer
knowledge
Sri N.M.Srinivasa Rao Technician-A 18.11.04 B.Sc.
Computer
knowledge
Sri Y. Edukondalu
Office
Subordinate
12-03-98 B.Sc. ---
Sri K. Chandra Sekhar
Office
Subordinate
19-09-08 Intermediate ---

11. Number of faculty with on-going projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.
a) National: on-going

S.No
.
Name of the Faculty Project Name and Type
Funding
agency
Amount
in Rs.
1 Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao
Modernization of Chemical
Technology laboratory
under MODROBSduring the
academic year 2013-14.
(9-156/RIFD/MODROB/
Policy-1/2013-14)
AICTE
10,00,000
Total Grants Received 10,00,000

b) International : NIL

c) Total grants received : Rs. 10,00,000/-


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12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received

S.No.
Financial
Year
Source
Amount
in Rs.
01 2013-14 AICTE Seminar Grant, for conducting
National Workshop on Nanotechnology-A
Fuel for Chemical Industry (NTFC-2013),
during 20-21 September, 2013
2,00,000
MODROBS-Modernization & Removal of
Obsolescence, (9-
156/RIFD/MODROB/Policy-1/2013-14
10,00,000
02 2012-13 UGC Seminar Grant, New Delhi for
conducting National seminar on Seminar on
Solar Energy Harvesting Through
Photovoltaic Cells And Storage, during 21-
22J une,2013
1,50,000
APPCB Sponsored National Workshop on
Green Technology for Clean Environment
during 20-21, December, 2012
50,000
03 2011-12 AICTE Seminar Grant, New Delhi for
conducting Seminar on Modelling and
Simulation for Rapid Progress in Chemical
Engineering, during 15
th
16
th
J uly, 2011
1,15,000
04 2010-11 APPCB Sponsored for Student Chemical
Engineering Congress-2010, during 24-25
September, 2010.
25,000
05 2009-10 MODROBS-Modernization & Removal of
Obsolescence (8024/RID/BOR/MOD/554/9-
10)
5,00,000
Total 20,40,000

13. Research facility / centre with
state recognition - Acharya Nagarjuna University / APPCB
national recognition AMIE, AICTE
international recognition NIL



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14. Publications:
number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)

National : 29 International : 41

Name of the Staff
Member
Paper publications in peer
reviewed Journals Total
National International
Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao 10 12 22
Dr.C.V.Subrahmanyam 07 03 10
Dr.L.Nageswara Rao 08 16 24
Sri K.Ramesh Chandra -- 01 01
Sri DNV Satyanarayana -- 01 01
Sri P.Rohini Kumar 01 03 04
Sri D.Kamalakar 02 02 04
Smt. J .L.J ayanthi 01 01 02
Sri K.SivaprasadaRao -- 02 02
Smt. M.Sudheera -- -- --
Smt.R.Srividhya -- -- --
Total 70

Monographs : NIL
Chapter(s) in Books : 03

S.
No.
Name of the Book Name of the author (s) Title of the article
1 Service Sector in
Indian Economy
Published by
Discovery
publishing house,
New Delhi
M. Venkateswara Rao Biomedical Waste
Management
2 Perspectives of
Indian Agriculture
Industry and
Infrastructure
Published by
Discovery
publishing house,
New Delhi
M. Venkateswara Rao Industrial Policy of
India A Birds Eye
View


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3 Globalization and
Emerging India
published by
Discovery
publishing house,
New Delhi
B.P.C. Bose
M. Venkateswara Rao
M.V.S. Koteswara
Rao
National Policy for
the Empowerment of
Women 2001 An
Appraisal

Editing Books : NIL

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers 1

Sri K.SivaPrasadaRao, Assistant Professor has published book entitled
Removal ofMethylene blue by Adsorption and Coagulation, Lambert
Academic Publishing,Saarbrucken, Germany, 2013 (ISBN: 978-3-659-
37369-5)

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.):
56
Citation Index range / average NIL
SNIP: NIL
SJR: NIL
Impact factor range / average: NIL
h-index: NIL

15. Details of patents and income generated - NIL

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated

S.No. Area of Consultancy
Academic
Year
Income
generated
in Rs.
01 Qualitative &
Quantitative Chemical
Analysis and Pollution
Control
2012-13
23,604
02 2011-12 14,339
03 2010-11 11,030
04 2009-10 8,383
Total 57,356

17. Faculty recharging strategies
Encouraging the Faculty to participate in

National/International Seminars/Workshops/Conferences etc.
Faculty Development Programmes and Short Term Training
Programmes


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Refresher courses
Orientation programmes
Training at the time of establishment of new laboratories
Industrial visits and consultancy
Research Projects / Grants
Training at the time of Software / New equipment installation.

18. Student projects
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental

S.No. Academic Year
percentage of students who
have done in-house projects
1 2013-14 25/31=80.64
2 2012-13 11/16=68.75
3 2011-12 15/17=88.23
4 2010-11 14/15=93.33
5 2009-10 11/12=91.67

Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes

S.No.
Academic
Year
percentage of students doing projects in
collaboration with industries / institutes
1 2013-14 06/31=19.36
2 2012-13 05/16=31.25
3 2011-12 02/17=11.77
4 2010-11 01/15=06.67
5 2009-10 01/12=08.33

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by
Faculty

Dr C.V.Subrahmanyam, Associate Professor has received
DayabhaiVadalia Memorial Award in the year 2000. Awarded by Oil
Tech. Assoc. India, 2000.

M.Sudheera, K.Ramesh Chandra, Assistant Professors &
Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao, Professor & Head has received Best Paper
Presentation Award in UGC Sponsored National seminar on Solar
Energy Harvesting through Photovoltaic cell and storage, organized by
the Departments of Physics and Chemical Engineering, RVR & J CCE
(A), Guntur, during 21-22
nd
J une 2013.


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Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao, Professor & Head of the Department of
Chemical Engineering is the Chairman, Board of Studies in Chemical
Engineering of ANU.

Doctoral / Post-doctoral fellows NIL

Students

IIChE RVR & J CCE Student Chapter has been bestowed with the
Ambujas Best Student Chapter Award I
st
Prize for the year 2011
and 2
nd
Prize for the year 2012 by Indian Institute of Chemical
Engineers for the splendid performance of Student Chapter.
The students of Department of Chemical Engineering were organized
S-CHEMCON 2010during 24-25, September 2010.
In addition to the above the following students have won the prizes/awards
in various National competitions:

Academic year
Number of students
participated
Number of
events
Prizes/awards
won
2012-2013 25 5 5
2011-2012 32 9 9
2010-2011 56 8 8
2009-2010 16 4 4

( Annexure : D- ChE-19)

20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

Academic
year
Funding
agency
Number of
Events/Activiti
es
Number of
outstanding
participants
Number
of target
audience
2013-2014 AICTE 1 7 175
2012-2013 UGC &
APPCB
2 10 300
2011-2012 AICTE &
Management
3 7 350
2010-2011 APPCB&
IIChE
2 9 1000

( Annexure : D- ChE-20)




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21. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the
Course(refer
question no. 2)
Academic
year
Applications
received
Selected Pass percentage
Male Female Male Female
Chemical
Engineering
2009-13 Admissions
are carried
by
Conveners
of EAMCET
& ECET
43 23 39/43=90.69 18/23=78.26
2008-12 47 23 40/47=85.11 20/23=86.96
2007-11 41 18 27/41=65.86 15/18=83.33
2006-10 27 12 21/27=77.78 12/12=100

22. Diversity of students
for the academic year 2012-13

Name of the
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
% of
students
from the
College
% of
students
from the
State
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
UG -- 100 -- --

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defence Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?


Academic
year
Name of the
Competitive
Examination
No of students
appeared
No of Students
Qualified
2012 - 13 GRE 10 8
TOFEL 8 7
GMAT - 1
GATE 35 06
CAT - -
Others 10 6
2011 - 12 GRE 4 3
TOFEL 4 3
GMAT - -
GATE 20 1
CAT - -
Others 10 7
2010 - 11 GRE 4 4
TOFEL 5 5
GMAT - -
GATE 25 3


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CAT - -
Others 10 5
2009 - 10 GRE 3 3
TOFEL 5 5
GMAT - -
GATE 15 00
CAT - -
Others 7 7

24. Student progression: Academic year 2012-13

Student progression
Percentage against
enrolled
UG to PG 14/63=22.22
PG to M.Phil. --
PG to Ph.D. --
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment

13/63=20.63
21/63=33.33
Entrepreneurs (MSME BSD Program) 05+06=11

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university --
from other universities within the State 9/11=81.81
from other universities from other States 2/11=18.19

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.: 01

Dr. L.Nageswara Rao, Associate Professor has awarded Ph.D. Degree
from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi, in the year 2013.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library (Departmental)

Titles : 380 & Volumes :396

b) Internet facilities for staff and students - 70
c) Total number of class rooms 05
d) Class rooms with ICT facility 03
(Two laptops and one LCD are available for seminars, discussions,
etc.)


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e) Students laboratories 13
f) Research laboratories 01

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College:
List of the Students who got Financial Support

S.NO. Academic Year No. of Students Amount in Rs.
1 2013-14 7 1,05,000
2 2012-13 8 1,25,000
3 2011-12 3 45,000
4 2009-10 9 1,05,000

S.No. Regd. No. Name Year of study
Amount in
Rs.
Academic Year 2009-10
1 Y6CH823 S.Vijaya Lakshmi III/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
2 Y6CH824 D.Satyasri III/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
3 Y6CH836 K.V.RavindraBabu III/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
4 Y6CH802 B.SurendraVarma III/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
5 Y7CH848 V.SivaSankar II/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
6 Y7CH830 M.NagaRajani II/IV B.Tech 10,000/-
7 Y8CH816 G.Mohan Krishna I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
8 Y8CH842 M.Anil I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
9 Y8CH849 P.Anil Kumar I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
Academic Year 2011-12
1 Y10CH806 E.Srihari II/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
2 L11CH864 O.NagaSandeep II/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
3 Y9CH828 K.Dinesh Krishna III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
Academic Year 2012-13
1 Y9CH828 K.Dinesh Krishna IV/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
2 Y10CH806 E.Srihari III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
3 L11CH864 O.NagaSandeep III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
4 L11CH805 B.Avinash II/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
5 L11CH816 Ch.VenkataUdayKiran II/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
6 L11CH868 Sk.Nazeemabegum II/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
7 Y10CH813 J .Srikanth III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
8 Y12CH919 M.Anvesh I/IV B.Tech 20,000/-
Academic Year 2013-14
1 Y10CH806 E. Sri Hari IV/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
2 Y10CH813 J . Srikanth IV/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
3 Y11CH805 B. Avinash III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
4 Y11CH816 Ch. VenkataUday III/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
5 Y13CH838 R. Gopi I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-


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6 Y13CH843 T. VanithaJ yothi I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-
7 Y13CH802 A. Bhavani Shankar I/IV B.Tech 15,000/-


29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Yes,
Departmental Staff committee periodically monitors the curriculum and
actively involves in curriculum development. Department of Chemical
Engineering is planning to introduce PG Program from the academic year
2014-15. For that the following exercises are being done.

Obtaining feedback from students, staff, employees and employers
Discussion in BOS which include members from Industry, IITs,
IISc, NITs and Alumni for syllabus formation
Planning to procure new equipment for establishing laboratories

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes,

Faculty is asked to review the course, curriculum and give the
inputs that can be discussed in the Board of Studies meetings for
further analysis and improvement. These changes are then
incorporated into the syllabus to be made effective from the
succeeding.
Faculty also gives the department a regular feedback on the
students involvement in the class discussions and activities that
form a part of the learning mechanism. If it is seen that there are
students who need special attention in academics then we have
remedial coaching given to them by the concerned teachers.
Faculty are also asked to report any need whatsoever that is felt
by them in order to make the course more effective and value
enhancing.

b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?

Yes,

College conducts teacherstudent interaction programme at regular
intervals to identify the gaps in teaching learning process and
general problems.



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The Feedback from the students on the staff and academic
programmes is taken periodically. Corrective measures are
implemented.
They are free to come and discuss any problem with the Head of
the Department. The issue is taken up with the help of the
teachers. This could include problems the students face with
regards to academics/ projects/groups or any other personal issue.
A Faculty member is assigned as an in-charge for each class and
they are mentors for these students. This has been found to be a
very effective tool in obtaining feedback from students both on the
academic and personal front.
During Student Counselling oral feedback on the teaching
methods of staff is obtained from students and corrective measures
are taken.
The performance appraisal of each faculty will be taken in the
Teacher Evaluation Questionnaire at the end of each semester for
each subject and the same will be analysed and a copy of it will be
given to the faculty member with necessary remarks for
improvement.
Guiding and motivating the students towards higher studies

c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the
response of the department to the same?

Alumni and Employers feedback is regularly obtained. The
suggestions are implemented in curriculum, Industry-institution
interaction, teaching-learning, etc.
Presently Alumni student Dr. M.Vasu Deva Kumar, Scientist-
Control and Optimization, M/s. ABB Global Industries & Services
Limited, Bangalore, is one among the Board of studies.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S.No Name of the Alumni
student
Name of the Organization
01. Dr M. Vasu Deva Kumar ABB, Bengaluru
02. S.Prasanthi Shell Technology India Pvt Ltd,
Bangalore
03. M. Umamahesh Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.,
Tripura Asset
04. P.VenuBabu GAIL, Baroda, Gujarat
05. K.SubbaRao General Electricals, Bangalore
06. K.BalaiahSwamy IOCL, R & D Sector, Faridabad
07. K. Srisuman ESSAR Steels Ltd, Hazira


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08. K.SriMahaLakshmi Infosys, Pune
09. K.N.V.S.Prasad Department of Atomic Energy,
IGCAR, Kalpakkam
010. V.AshokSatya Kumar RCF, Chambur, Mumbai

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.

Academic Year Guest Lecturers Workshops/Seminar
2013-14 02 01
2012-13 13 01
2011-12 10 02
2010-11 13 03
2009-10 08 02

( Annexure : D- ChE-32)

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Black board
Working models
Power point presentations/OHP in the class room
Open discussion with the students with current developments
Design Thinking-group analysis, brainstorming, innovation and
creative ideas
Free online learning tools
Audio Visual aids (technical audio/video resources on subject
related topics)
Cooperative learning
Conducting surprise tests, group discussions, quiz and seminars
Weekly Tutorial classes.

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Departmental Development committee periodically monitors the
programme objectives and learning outcomes by analysis of Academic
results, Alumni feedback, and Employer feedback.
Continuous modernization of laboratories, research activities, and
Industrial consultancy.
Conducts teacherstudent interaction programme at regular intervals to
identify the problems in teaching learning process and general
amenities.


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During Counselling feedback on the lecture method of teaching are
collected from students and corrective measures are taken.
The performance appraisal of each faculty will be taken in the Teacher
Evaluation Questionnaire at the end of each semester for each subject
and the same will be analysed and a copy of it will be given to the
faculty member with necessary remarks for improvement.
Guiding and motivating the students towards higher studies,
Employment and Entrepreneurship
Suggestions from Alumni and Employers are considered and they are
implemented in curriculum, Industry-institution interaction, teaching-
learning, etc.
Alumni students and industrialists are included in the Board of studies
member.
Advices are considered from the eminent faculty from National
Institutes, Professional bodies and AICTE, etc.,
The Department has entered into several MoU for Collaborative work
with national institutions/ industries and carrying out collaborative
research work with industries.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

No. of Students who awarded Certificates in NCC- 12
The following are the Students selected for NCC and awarded certificates

S.No. Year
Roll
number
Name
Certificate
awarded
1 2012-2013 Y11CH801 A. Balasrinivasa Rao B
2 2011-2012 Y9CH803 B.S.S.K.Sastry C
3 2011-2012 Y9CH827 K.Sandeep C
4 2011-2012 Y10CH806 E.Srihari B
5 2011-2012 Y10CH850 S. Rajasekhar B
6 2010-2011 Y8CH814 G. Vasanth C
7 2010-2011 Y9CH803 B.S.S.K.Sastry B
8 2010-2011 Y9CH827 K.Sandeep B
9 2009-2010 Y8CH854 S.V.Mahesh Krishna C
10 2009-2010 Y8CH834 K.RamPrakash Reddy B
11 2009-2010 Y8CH814 G.Hemanth Prasad B
12. 2009-2010 Y8CH814 G. Vasanth B

NSS: Students are actively participated in various activities of NSS like Blood
donation camps, Cyclone relief operations etc.






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Faculty:

Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao, Professor & Head of the Department of
Chemical Engineering is the Dean, Examinations under autonomous
system.
Dr.M.Venkateswara Rao, Professor & Head of the Department of
Chemical Engineering is the Convener, Newsletter and Magazine
Committee.
Dr.C.V.Subrahmanyam, Associate Professor, associated as a Technical
Expert member for conducting the Quality Management System Audits
by M/s. Det NORSKE VERITAS, Mumbai.
Faculty of Department of Chemical Engineering is involving the
Industrial Consultancy activities.
Dr.C.V.Subrahmanyam, Associate Professor is the Co-odinator for the
Renewable Energy ClubIt was established in 2006 with auspicious
initiation of New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of
Andhra Pradesh Ltd., (NREDCAP), Hyderabad.

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Organizing National Level Seminars / Conferences / Workshop for the
students across the country.
Participation in various Inter-collegiate competitions by our students.
Paper presentation by faculty at state, national and international level.
Faculty participation in various seminars and workshops.
Involvement of the faculty in the research activitiesdoctoral research

Apart from the Curriculum, the Department encourage the students for
Campus Recruitment Training Programmes as well as Industrial Training
programmes. The following is the list of students undergone training
programmes at various Industries in and around Andhra Pradesh

Academic
Year
No. of students undergone
Industrial Training
Factory/Industrial
Visit
2012-13 14 03
2011-12 36 05
2010-11 41 05
2009-10 36 05

( Annexure : D- ChE-36)


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37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

Department was Accredited by National Board of Accreditation
(NBA), New Delhiforthree times in 2002& 2007 (Three Years) and in
2012(Five Years)
Adjudged as the second best institution among all the Private
Engineering Institutions and fourth best among all Institutions
including Universities in Academic Audit & Grading conducted by
Government of Andhra Pradesh in 2003.(Chemical Engineering
API:5.5)

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department

Strengths:

Well-qualified & dedicated faculty with three Ph.D.s.,one faculty
member submitted the thesis for the award of Ph.D. to AU. And all
other staff members registered for Ph.D. with reputed Universities.
Skilled supporting staff
Disciplined and hardworking students
Well established laboratories with state-of-art equipment
Latest simulation software i.e., TSPL, ASPEN University package
with 150 users
Excellent infrastructure
Recognized by Institution of Engineers (India)
Coordinating the Renewable Energy Club
Active research by the faculty by fetching grants from AICTE /
APPCB / UGC / DST, etc.
IIChE RVR & J CCE Student Chapter
Traditionally the Department organizes a minimum of two Faculty
Development Programme and student events in an academic year.
The Department organized prestigious Student Chemical Engineering
Congress-2010 (S-CHEMCON-2010)
IIChE RVR & J CCE Student Chapter has been bestowed with the
Ambujas Best Student Chapter Award I
st
Prize for the year 2011
and 2
nd
Prize for the year 2012 by Indian Institute of Chemical
Engineers for the splendid performance of Student Chapter.



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Weaknesses:

Lack of Chemical Process Industries in and around Guntur
MoU with foreign Universities
Since the College is away from the city the staff could not over stay
to continue Research activities of a day

Opportunities:

Students are able to get the placement in MNCs.
Students are getting the admissions in foreign universities.
Students are able to work in Research Institutions.

Challenges:

To provide good Placements for students in core companies.
To establish a highly Sophisticated Research Laboratory to meet the
Industrial needs.
To establish latest equipment in all laboratories like HPLC, AAS,
NMR, Membrane separation equipments and Fuel cells etc.
To have more funded research projects.

39. Future plans of the department.

The Department is planning to establish PG Programme in Chemical
Engineering.
Concentrating on research activities by fetching the grants from
various funding agencies.
Planning to establish Research centre to meet the Industrial needs and
Research facilities for Ph.D. programme.
Planning to procure latest equipments like HPLC, AAS, NMR,
Membrane separation equipments, Fuel cells, etc., to concentrate on
research activities.
Planning to improve the Industry Institute Interaction by consultancy
activities.
Preparing the students for 100% placement.



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2. Evaluative Report of Civil Engineering Department

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment

Civil Engineering; 1985

2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

S.No. Name of the program offered Remarks
1. Civil Engineering B.Tech (Full-time)
2. Structural Engineering M.Tech (Full-time)

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved

Code No. Title Department involved
CE111 Engineering mathematics- I Mathematics
CE112 Engineering Physics-I Physics
CE113 Engineering Chemistry-I Chemistry
CE114 Technical English &
Communication skills
English
CE116 Engineering Graphics Mechanical Engg.
CE151 Physics Laboratory Physics
CE152 English language laboratory English
CE121 Engineering mathematics- II Mathematics
CE122 Engineering Physics-II Physics
CE123 Engineering Chemistry-II Chemistry
CE124 C-Programming Computer Science & Engg.
CE161 Chemistry Laboratory Chemistry
CE162 Workshop Mechanical Engg.
CE163 C-Programming Laboratory Computer Science & Engg.
CE211 Engineering mathematics- III Mathematics
CE263 Communication skills Laboratory English
CE353 Advanced Communication skills
Laboratory
English
CE415 Open Elective ME/CSE/ECE/EEE/IT/ChE

4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system

Semester based credit system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

Code No. Title Department involved
ME251 Strength of Materials & Fluid
Mechanics Lab.
Mechanical Engg.


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EE262 Fluid Mechanics Lab EEE Department
ChE253 Momentum Transfer Lab. Chemical Engg.

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Sanctioned Filled
Professor 4 4
Associate Professors 2 2
Asst. Professors 13 13

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)

Name

Qualific
ation
Designation Specialization
No. of
Years of
Experience
No. of
Ph.D.
guided in
the last 4
years
Dr.K.Srinivasu Ph.D. Professor
& Head
Structural Engg. 30 Nil
Dr.K.S.Sai Ram Ph.D. Professor Structural Engg. 28 Nil
Dr.M.Rama Rao Ph.D. Professor Geotechnical
Engg.
25 Nil
Dr.P.Ch. Sanjeeva
Rao
Ph.D. Professor Engineering
Geology
20 Nil
PVSM Krishna M.Tech. Associate
Professor
Environmental
Engg.
17 Nil
R. Surendra Babu M.Tech. Associate
Professor
Structural Engg. 21 Nil
MLN Krishna Sai M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Construction
Management
8 Nil
J.Usha Kranti M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Structural Engg.

6 Nil

G.Nagarajan M.S. Assistant
Professor
Structural Engg. 4 Nil
M. Srikanth Kumar M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Environmental
Engg.
4 Nil
P.Samatha Chowdary M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Transportation
Engg.
5 Nil
S.V.Satyanarayana M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Structural Engg. 15 Nil
N.V. Sai Ram Kumar M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Structural Engg. 3 Nil
R.V.S. Pavan Kumar M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Structural Engg. 1 Nil
K.Sampath B.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Civil Engg. 0.5 Nil


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K.Priyanka B.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Civil Engg. 0.5 Nil
P.Rghavendra Rao B.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Civil Engg. 0.5 Nil
T.Srinivas B.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Civil Engg. 0.5 Nil
K.P.Manjusha B.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Civil Engg. Nil Nil

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information
M.Tech. : Nil
B.Tech. : 9%
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio

S.No. Name of the Programme
Student /
Teacher Ratio
1. U.G (B.Tech - Civil Engineering) 22.5 : 1
2. P.G (M.Tech ) 12 : 1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled

Sanctioned Filled
Supporting staff 5 5
Administrative staff 2 2

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.

Nil
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received

Title
Principal
coordinator
Funding
agency
Amount
received
Duration
Study of structural
behavior of fibre
reinforced plastic
laminated shells
using a higher-
order theory
Dr.K.S.Sai Ram AICTE Rs. 3,00,000 3 years
1997-
2000
Accelerated
infiltration
Dr.P.Ch.Sanjeeva
Rao
AICTE Rs.4,00,000 2 years
1999-01


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structures- Design
and study
Hygrothermal
effects on free
vibration and
buckling of fibre
reinforced
laminated
composite plates
using higher-order
theories
Dr.K.Srinivasu AICTE Rs.2,00,000 2 years
2000-02
Integrated reservoir
operation
Irrigation
scheduling by
dynamic
programming
Dr.A.Srinivasa
Prasad
AICTE Rs.1,40,000 2 years
2003-05
Industry Institute
partnership cell
Dr.K.Srinivasu AICTE Rs.11,00,000 Sanction
ed in
2002
Modernisation of
Material testing
Laboratory
Dr.K.Srinivasu AICTE Rs.7,50,000 2 years
2002-04

13. Research facility / centre with national recognition

100 Tonne Loading frame facility with automatic data acquisition system has
been developed through MODROBS of AICTE. An amount of Rs.9 lakhs was
spent. With this facility, structural members are tested for their behavior.

14. Publications:

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)
36
Monographs : Nil

Chapter(s) in Books : Nil

Editing Books : Nil

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers:

1. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram , Design of steel structures, Ist Edition, 2010,
Pearson Education, ISBN : 9788131733233


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2. Dr.K.S.Sai Ram , Design of steel structures, 2nd Edition, 2013,
Pearson Education, ISBN : 9789332511453
3. Dr.P.Ch.Sanjeeva Rao, Engineering and General Geology, 1995,
Discovery Publishing House Pvt.Ltd., ISBN: 8171413137

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

21
Citation Index range / average : 1 to 49

SNIP : 0.883 to 2.718

SJR : 0.13 to 1.68

Impact factor range / average : 0.641 to 2.231

h-index : 7 to 88
15. Details of patents and income generated
Nil
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated

Areas of consultancy: Material testing, cement and concrete, Soil testing,
Surveying using total station

Year Income generated
2012-2013 10.6 Lakhs
2011-2012 12.59 Lakhs
2010-2011 11.18 Lakhs
2009-2010 10.32 lakhs

17. Faculty recharging strategies

Induction training is being conducted for newly recruited faculty
Faculty members are deputed to attend faculty development
programmes like summer/winter schools and Workshops

18. Student projects

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
80%
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes
20%


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19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by
Faculty

Dr. M. Rama Rao received an award for outstanding contribution to
Indian Geotechnical Society in 2003.

Doctoral / post doctoral fellows : Nil

Students : Nil

20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.
Name of the
conference
Dates Eminent scientists participated Source of funding
IGC-2009
Geotechniques
for
Infrastructure
Development
18-20
February
2009
Prof.A.V. Shroff, MS
University, Baroda
Prof. G.L. Sivakumar Babu, IISc,
Bangalore
Dr.KS Rao, IIT, Delhi
Dr.G.Madhavilatha,
IISc, Bangalore
Prof.K.Rajagopal,
IITM, Chennai
Prof.B.V.S Viswanadahm,
IIT Mumbai
Prof. K. Ilamparuthi
Anna University Chennai
Prof.M.R. Madhav,
JNTU, Hyderabad
Dr. G.N. Gandhi, Ahmedabad
Dr. K.S Rama Krishna,
L&T, Chennai
Prof.S.V.Ramaswamy Chennai
The conference
has been
sponsored various
industries like
Soham Ltd.,
Mumbai ,AIMIL,
New Delhi
Mega Engg. Ltd.,
Hyderabad
NCC Ltd.,
Hyderabad
HEICO Ltd. , New
Delhi
Lawrence & Mayo
Ltd.,
Hyderabad


21. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Application
s received
Selected
Male Female
Pass percentage
Male Female
M.Tech. * 7 3 100 100
B. Tech. * 73 27 94.5 88.8
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22. Diversity of students

Name of the Course
(refer question no.
2)
% of
students
from the
College
% of students
from the State
% of students from
other States
% of students
from other
countries
M.Tech. 16.7 100 Nil Nil
B.Tech. NA 100 Nil Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?

Year
Name of the
Examination
No of students
appeared for
examination
No of Students
Qualified for
examinations
Percentage
2012 - 13 GRE 15 13 87
TOFEL 11 13 87
GMAT
GATE 60 25 41.6
CAT
Others
2011 - 12 GRE 8 6 75.0
TOFEL 8 6 75.0
GMAT
GATE 59 34 57.6
CAT
Others
2010 - 11 GRE 2
TOFEL 2
GMAT 48 13 27.0
GATE
CAT
Others
2009 - 10 GRE 5 4 80.0
TOFEL 5 4 80.0
GMAT
GATE 40 11 27.5
CAT
Others

24. Student progression

Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 30.2 23.2 30.0 33.0
PG to M.Phil. - - - -
PG to Ph.D. - - - -


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Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

36.2
8.6

48.8
11.6

78.6
10.0

33.3
24.5

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university 47.4
from other universities within the State 47.4
from other universities from other States 5.31

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.

Nil

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library

1. Department library is having text books for quick reference
2. Project records are preserved for ready use.
3. Availability of DVDs containing NPTEL video lectures and
resource materials developed by premiere institutions.

Books : 522 (Department Library only)
Project books : B.Tech: 247 M.Tech : 32

b) Internet facilities for staff and students

Internet access is provided through 16mbps with BSNL
Broadband optical fibre cable and 40 mbps VP no BB under
NMEICT (national mission on education through information and
communication technology) project initiated by MHRD.
About 80 Computer systems are provided with internet
connection.

c) Total number of class rooms : 11

d) Class rooms with ICT facility : 4
e) Students laboratories

1. Material Testing Laboratory
2. Concrete Laboratory
3. Hydraulics Laboratory
4. Hydraulic Machines Laboratory
5. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory


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6. Transportation Engineering Laboratory
7. Environmental Engineering Laboratory
8. Surveying Laboratory
9. Computer Centre
10. Engineering Geology Laboratory

f) Research laboratories

1. 100 Tonne Loading frame facility with automatic data acquisition
system.
2. Diffused light research polariscope

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.

The college has given Poor and Merit scholarships to the students given
below.

S.No. Academic year Number of students
1 2013-2014 21
2 2012-2013 10
3 2011-2012: 3
4 2008-2009 10
5 2007-2008 9

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

Yes. The demand for human resources in industries and feedback from
stake holders were studied before starting new programmes.

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?

Yes; senior faculty members are the members of Board of Studies in Civil
Engineering who give their feedback when curriculum is revised. Suggestions
from all faculty members is taken and their opinions will be considered and
represented in BOS meetings
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?

Yes; at the end of each semester, feedback is obtained from the students. The
feedback is analysed and is given to the concerned faculty members for
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c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response
of the department to the same?

Yes; Feedback is obtained from alumni and employers and the same is
considered during the revision of the curriculum.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

Sl.No. Name and Regd.No. Designation Organisation
1 M Dilip Kumar
(85C307)
Managing
Director
Maran Software Pvt. Ltd
2 M Gopinath(85C308) President Reachware Power Line
Communications, Singapore
3 S. Ravichandran
(85C333)
Senior Manager Gammon Dunkerley & Co.
Ltd
4 A Nagaraja (85C319) Manager SEW Constructions Ltd,
Hyderabad
5 G Srinivasa Kumar
(85C344)
Global Support
Leader
GE Energy
6 C N V Satyanarayana
Reddy (86C319)
Professor College of Engineering,
Andhra University
7 S.Ravindra (88CE335) Vice-President ILFS Club Development
Initiative Ltd.
8 S.Sirish Kumar
(88CE339)
President/CEO MFRAINC
9 Dr G. Muralikrishna
(85C316)
General
Manager
Ramky Infrastructures Ltd
10 L Viswanatha Dutta
(85CE369)
General
Manager-
Engineering
GMR Infrastructure,
Bangalore

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.

Advances in Concrete Technology by Sri K.R. Ananta Regional
head, Technical cell, Ultratech Cement division, Aditya Birla group,
25
th
August, 2010.
Life skills to Engineering students by Dr. P. Sankara Pitchaiah,
Professor, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, 3
rd
November,
2012.
Earthquake An Engineering Perspective by Dr. S. T. G. Raghu
kanth, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IITM,
Chennai, 26
th
August, 2011.
Remote sensing and GIS by Bharath A IISc Banglore, 3
rd
-4
th
July
2013.
Problems Associated with Geotechnics of expansive soils by


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professors from IISc Banglore, JNTU Kakinada and Industrial
expert from Banglore.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Programme Teaching methods
B.Tech & M.Tech Lectures
Screening of NPTEL videos
Usage of ICT tools
With working models.
MOODLE
(Learning management system)
Tutorials/ Assignments

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Class Interaction Committee consisting of students and faculty
members teaching the courses are constituted and meetings are
conducted to ensure that the objectives of the programme are met.
Project review committee constituted for each programme and a set
of two reviews conducted for the full year projects.
Continuous assessment with 40% of marks for internals helps to
ensure the continuous learning throughout the semester.
Special classes for weak students.
Academic and professional achievements are assessed based on
percentage pass, number of students qualified in competitive
examinations, feedback from students, employees and alumni.
Students participation in professional society activities
Faculty outcomes are based on their participation in training
programmes, upgradation of qualifications, guidance of projects,
delivering expert lectures, presenting and publishing technical papers
and consultancy activities.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities

Participation in NCC:

S.No Name
Register
Number
Certificate year
1. M.Ashok Y8CE868 B 2009-10
2. Sk.Mohammad
Muthar
Y10CE901 B 2011-12


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3. D.Narayana Swamy Y10CE820 B 2011-12
4. G.Madhava Naidu Y10CE829 B 2011-12
5. M.V.L.A.Brahmam Y10CE871 C 2011-12
6. K.Vinod Kumar Y10CE851 C 2011-12
7. S.Naveen Y10CE898 B 2011-12
8. M.Sudheer Babu L11CE935 B 2012-13
9. V.Bhargav Y11CE915 B 2012-13
10. K.Sambasiva rao Y11CE849 B 2012-13
11. B.Rajesh Y11CE811 B 2012-13
12 R.Sandeep Kumar Y11CE897 B 2012-13

Blood Donation:

Blood Donated by NSS Volunteers: 2011-2012


Blood Donated by NSS Volunteers: 2012-2013

Sl No Regd No Name Of The Volunteer Sex Category Group
1 Y11CE871 M.Mounica F BC-A B+
2 Y11CE887 P.Gowtham M BC-D AB+
3 Y10CE815 CH.Pujitha Satya F OC B+
4 Y11CE873 M.Harisha F OC B+
5 Y11CE885 P.Hanisha F OC B+
6 Y11CE907 S.Vaishnavi Devi F OC B+
7 Y11CE840 J.Leela Vijaya kumar M OC O+
8 Y11CE879 N.Harish M OC O+
9 Y11CE891 P.Sai Ratna Deep M OC O+
10 Y11CE911 U.Harsha Vardhan M OC AB+
11 Y9CE904 T .Srinivas M OC B+

Students are participating in extension activities like cultural and Technical
exhibitions/events and Civil Engineering Association activities



Sl No Regd No Name Of Volunteer Sex Category Group
1 Y10CE808 B.Harikrishna M OC O+
2 Y10CE825 G.Nalinikanth Kumar Reddy M OC O+
3 Y10CE841 J.Naga Susmitha Saikiran F OC A+
4 Y10CE850 K.Murali Krishna M OC O+
5 Y10CE855 K.Uday Kiran M OC O+
6 Y10CE864 M.Rajesh Reddy M OC O+
7 Y10CE869 M.Satya Nagh M OC A+
8 Y10CE870 M.Bala Rama Krishna M OC O+
9 Y10CE894 R.Raviteja M OC A+


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Faculty:

Faculty members are participating in staff development programmes,
Training programmes, workshops and conferences.
Faculty are helping government agencies by consultancy in Material
testing, Soil testing.
Participation in student welfare activities.

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

A two Day National Level Student Technical meet CIVIL
CARNIVAL 2011, organized by the Department of Civil
Engineering, during 29-30 November, 2011, part of Silver Jubilee
Tech-Fest.
The department has Civil Engineering Association headed by a faculty
member. The association activities are conducted by students. The
activities include conduct of guest lectures, Technical Quizzes Group
discussions. The following events were conducted by
Civil Engineering Association in the last four years.

S.No. Date Details of event
1 25.02.2009 Technical visit to see steel bridges at Vijayawada
2 25.07.2009 Extempore & Photofest
3 30.08.2010 Technical Quiz
4 28.12.2010 Treasure hunt
5 26.08.2011 Guest Lecture on Earthquake An Engineering
Perspectiveby Dr.S T G Raghu kanth, Associate
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
IITM, Chennai

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

The department is accredited by NBA of AICTE for three times.
Accredited for 3 years with A grade in 1998
Accredited for 5 years with A grade in 2002
Accredited for 5 years in 2007

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department

Strengths

1. Accredited thrice by NBA consistently with A grade.
2. Well established laboratories


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3. Spacious class rooms
4. Computer centre with software packages made available for
student projects and faculty research work.
5. Online access to ASCE and Science- Direct journals
Weaknesses

1. Shortage of qualified faculty
2. Less industrial exposure to faculty and Students
3. The quality of students is not very good.
4. No patents
5. Need to do more core consultancy projects.

Opportunities

1. Very good academic environment for students to excel
2. Opportunity for enrichment of faculty
3. Opportunity for students to get placed (employed)
4. Opportunity for faculty to undertake research
5. Opportunity for students to take up higher education

Challenges

1. To Strengthen the teaching learning process by adopting
outcome based education and to accreditation from ABET
2. To improve placements-100% placement.
3. To get well qualified faculty in Civil Engineering
4. To inculcate research aptitude in young faculty
5. To enhance industry department interaction to file Patents

39. Future plans of the department.

To make the department as Centre of Excellence
To enhance the department-industry interaction
To establish research oriented laboratories / research projects by
getting funds from external agencies such as AICTE, UGC, DRDL
etc.
Up gradation of faculty qualification
To create an ambiance for student all round development for their
career.
To conduct more National/International conferences, Workshops.
To conduct student development programmes in the emerging areas.



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3. Evaluative Report of Computer Science & Engg Department

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Year of establishment: 1994
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
Programme Course offered
UG B.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering
PG M.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:
S.No Subject Department
1. Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
2. Digital Logic Design Electronics &
Communications Engg 3. Microprocessors & Interfacing
4. Engineering Graphics Mechanical
Engineering
5. Mechanics for Engineers
6. Environmental Studies Chemical Engineering
7. Open Elective All other departments
8. Industrial Engineering &
Management
MBA
4. Annual / Semester / Choice based credit system:

Semester Based Credit System

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

S.No Subject Department
1. C Programming 1.Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2.Electronics & Communications
Engineering
3.Chemical Engineering
4.Mechanical Engineering
2. OOPS Chemical Engineering
3. CO & OS Electronics & Communications Engg.
4. DBMS 1.Electronics & Communications Engg.
2.Electrical & Electronics Engineering


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6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
Teaching posts Sanctioned Filled
Professors 4 4
Associate Professors 8 8
Assistant Professors 14 14
7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, and
specialization(D.Sc/ D.Litt/Ph.D/M.Phil)
SNo Name
Qualification &
Specialization
Designation
Experience in
Years (T+I)
1. Dr. M.Sreelatha
M.Tech. (C.S.E),
Ph.D. (C.S.&S.E.)
Professor &
Head
24
2. Dr. G.S.Prasad M.S.,
Ph.D. (C.S.E)
Professor 28
3. Dr. M.V.P.Chandra
Sekhara Rao
M.Tech (C.S.E) ,
Ph.D. (C.S.E)
Professor 18
4. Dr. N.Naga Malleswara
Rao
M.Tech (C.S.E),
Ph.D. (C.S.E)
Professor 23
5. Sri P.Venkateswara Rao
M.Tech
(D.E. &C.S.)
Associate
Professor
21 + 9
6. Sri A.Sri Nagesh
M.Tech (C.S.E) Associate
Professor
15 +5
7. Smt. Ch.Aparna
M.Tech (C.S.T) Associate
Professor
11
8. Sri N.Venkateswara Rao
M.Tech.(C.S.T) Associate
Professor
12
9. Sri Ch. Ratna Babu
M.Tech .(C.S.E) Associate
Professor
11
10. Smt. K.Venkata Ramana
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Associate
Professor
11
11. Sri M.Srikanth M.Tech. (C.S.E) Associate
Professor
8
12. Sri B.Varaprasad Rao
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Associate
Professor
12
13. Smt. A.Neela Sundari M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
5
14. Sri K.Siva Kumar
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
8
15. Sri E.Ramesh M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
8
16. Sri R.Mabu Basha
M.Tech. (S.W.E) Assistant
Professor
5
17. Smt. N.Smita
M.B.I.T. Assistant
Professor
4
18. Ms. B.Anantha Lakshmi
M.Tech .(C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
2


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19. Ms. Ch.V.M.Lakshmi
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
2
20. Smt. S.J .R.K.Padmini
Valli V
M.Tech.(C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
3
21. Smt. Z.Sunitha Bai
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
5
22. Sri Ch.Srinivasa Rao M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
1
23. Sri D.Praveen Kumar
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
1
24. Ms. D.R.N.Sravana
Lakshmi
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
1
25. Sri N.Hanumantha Rao M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
5
26. Smt. B.Prasanthi
M.Tech. (C.S.E) Assistant
Professor
4
Name Designation No. of Ph.D. students guided in
the last 4 years
Dr. G.S.Prasad Professor 1
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information:
NIL

9. Programme-wise student teacher ratio

SNo Programme Student Teacher Ratio
1. UG 18 : 1
2. PG 16 : 1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: Sanctioned and filled.
Staff Designation Sanctioned Filled
Support staff Programmers 3 3
Computer Operators 2 2
Administrative staff Office Subordinates 2 2

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from

a. National : NIL
b. International Funding Agencies : NIL
c. Total Grants Received : NIL



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12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; Total
grants received.

Project
Funding
Agency
Sanctioned
Year
Grant
Received
Wireless networks lab
under MODROBS
AICTE 2007 - 08 10 Lakhs
Staff Development Program
on Web Security
AICTE 2009 - 10 1 Lakh
Total grants received 11 Lakhs
13. Research facility / centre with

State Recognition : NIL
National Recognition : NIL
International Recognition : NIL

14. Publications:

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national/international) : 54
Monographs : NIL
Chapters in Books : NIL
Editing Books : NIL
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers: NIL
Number listed in international databases: NIL
Citation index range : 1 12
SNIP : ---
SJR : ---
Impact factor range : 0.2 6.39
h-index : 1 2

S.No Name of the staff
National
Conferences
National
Journals
International
Conferences
International
Journals
1. Dr. M.Sreelatha 1 -- 5 11
2. Dr.G.Satyanarayana
Prasad
-- -- 1 5
3. Dr.M.V.P.Chandra
Sekhara Rao
-- -- 2 7
4. Dr. N.Naga Malleswara
Rao
2 -- 1 5
5. Sri P.Venkateswara Rao -- -- -- 2
6. Sri A.Sri Nagesh -- 1 4 6
7. Smt Ch.Aparna -- -- -- 6
8. Sri N.Venkateswara Rao -- -- 1 5


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9. Smt K.Venkata Ramana -- -- 1 3
10. Sri Ch.Ratna Babu 1 -- 1 3
11. Sri M. Srikanth 2 -- -- 4
12. Sri B.Vara Prasada Rao 1 -- -- 3
13. Sri K.Siva Kumar -- -- -- 2
14. Sri E.Ramesh 1 -- -- 3
15. Sri R.Mabubasha -- -- -- 1
16. Smt S.J .R.K.Padmini
Valli.V
-- -- -- 2
17. Sri N.Hanumantha Rao -- -- -- 1

15. Details of patents and income generated NIL

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated NIL

17. Faculty recharging strategies
The college always encourages the faculty to improve the quality of teaching.
The college motivates the faculty to attend
o Workshops /seminars / FDPs / SDPs
o National / International conferences
o Orientation Programmes / Refresher courses
Sanctions leave for higher studies
Finances to organize Workshops /seminars / FDPs / SDPs

18. Student Projects

Percentage of students who have done in-house projects: 100%
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries/ institutes : NIL

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by
Faculty -- NIL
Doctoral/ Post doctoral Fellows -- NIL
Students :

Students participated in number of national level programmes and received
many awards in technical & cultural events and in sports.

Academic
Year
Awards received in
Technical
Events
Cultural events /
Sports
2009 10 6 4


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2010 11 18 7
2011 12 20 13
2012 13 6 10
20. Seminars / Conferences / Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national/international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

Sl. No. Name of the
program
Program
Date
Source of
funding
Resource persons
1 A National
Work Shop
on
Image
Analysis &
Recognition
J anuary
5
th
&6
th
,
2007

College
Management
(1) Prof. B.L.Deekshitulu,
Professor, UoH,
Hyderabad
(2) Prof .B.N.Chatterjee, IIT,
Kharagpur
(3) Prof.Somnath Sen Gupta,
IIT, Khargpur
(4) Dr.T.C.Sharma, NRSA,
Hyderabad
(5) Dr.Venu Gopal, NRSA,
Hyderabad
(6) Prof.I.V.Murali Krishna,
J .N.T.U, Hyderabad
(7) Dr.L.Pratap Reddy,
J NTU, Hyderabad
(8) Dr.S.Srinivas Kumar,
J NTU, Kakinada
(9) Dr.V.Vijay Kumar,
RGMIT, Nandyal
(10) r.N.B.Venkateswarlu,
GVPCE, Visakhapatnam
2 Staff
Development
Programme
On Web
Security
November
17
th
to
29
th
,
2008.

AICTE
(1)Dr.Srinathan Kannan,
I.I.T, Hyderabad
(2) Sri R.Vasu, Precision
Tech, Chennai
(3) Sri V.Suresh, DSS
Infosys, Hyd.
(4) Sri K.Kishore, Scientist,
TCS, Hyderabad
(5) Sri Suraj Kumar, Oracle,
Bangalore
(6) Sri Ravi J ampana, Infor
Global Solutions,
Hyderabad
(7) Sri Rajesh Kulkarni,
GSIET, Nizamabad
(8) Dr.B.Satish Babu, IISc.,
Banglore.


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(9) Sri K.Bala Raju, CTDES,
IIT, Chennai
(10) Sri K.Srinivas, IT-
Engineer, CMC Ltd.,
Hyd.
3.
A National
Work Shop
On
Big Data
Analytics
April
17
th
&
18
th
,
2012
College
Management
(1)Dr.D.V.L.N Somayajulu, ,
N.I.T Warangal.
(2)Dr.P.Radha Krishna,
principal scientist,
Infosys, Hyd.
(3)Dr.V.Vijay Kumar,
Hyderabad.
(4)Dr.Madhav & Sri
M.Sudheer, Abacus,
U.S.A. (webinar)
(5)Dr.V.C.V. Rao, C-DAC,
Pune.
(6)Dr.Ch.Aswani Kumar,
professor, VIT, Vellore.
21. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the course Applications Received Selected Pass Percentage
Male Female Male Female
B.Tech. 2009 - 13 Admissions
through
EAMCET & ECET
58 62 88.33 95.24
2008 12 69 63 95.83 95.45
2007 11 86 45 94.73 87.5
2006 - 10 78 42 84.61 93.33
M.Tech. 2011 - 13 Admissions
through
GATE & PGECET
14 11 100 100
2010 12 12 13 100 100
2009 - 11 13 12 92.31 100
2008 - 10 11 13 100 100

22. Diversity of the students
Name of the course
% of students
from the
College
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries

B.Tech.
2012-13 Not
Applicable
100 0 0
2011-12 9.31 0.68 0
2010-11 100 0 0
2009-10 100 0 0
M.Tech. 2011-13 8 100 0 0
2010-12 8 100 0 0
2009-11 4 100 0 0
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23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Exam 2012-13 2011-12 2010 11 2009 10
GRE 20 5 6 11
TOFEL/IELTS 20 5 6 11
GATE 12 25 28 18
CAT 10 2 1 9
24. Student progression
Student progression Percentage against enrolled
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 25.19 22.55 13.04 23.25
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. 8% 16% 24% 16%
Ph.D to Post Doctoral 0 0 0 0
Employed

Campus selection 33.8 39.09 55.79 15.5
Other than campus
recruitment
6.29 3.7 9.42 31.78
Enterpreneurs 0 0 0 0

25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
Of the same parent university 33.33%
From other universities within the state 41.66%
From other universities from other states 20.83%

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.
Ph.D. awarded Number of faculty
2011-12 01
2013-14 02
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a. Library :
Titles 1120
Volumes 1227
CDs 797
b. Internet facilities for staff and students:
16 Mbps Connection from BSNL
40 Mbps VPNoBB connection under NME-ICT


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c. Total number of class rooms : 12
d. Class rooms with ICT facility : 4
The department has 4 class rooms with fixed LCDs and 2 more LCDs
available to provide to other classes. The department is also having E-
Classroom with good facilities.
e. Students Laboratories
S.No. Lab name
No. of
systems
Space
Sq.m.
System configuration
1 ACC LAB 107 231.4
AMD Athlon 5200+, 2.6 GHz, 2
GB RAM, 80 GB HDD
2 NC1 LAB 89 150.5
Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.8 GHz, 3GB
RAM, 160 GB HDD
3 CS LAB 66 186.9
Intel P4, 2.8 GHz, 1GB RAM,
40 GB HDD
4
E-Class
room
76 148.9
Intel core 2 Duo, 3.16 GHz,4 GB
DDR RAM, 320 GB HDD
f. Research Laboratory
Lab name
No. of
systems
Space
Sq.m.
System configuration
Wireless Networks
lab
24 74.5
Intel Core 2 Duo
2.8 GHz, 3GB RAM and
160 GB HDD
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from college.
S.NO ACADEMIC
YEAR
TOTAL
NUMBER
1 2009-10 13
2 2011-12 3
3 2012-13 15
4 2013-14 22

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development
of new program(s)?
If so, give the methodology: Yes
The methodology includes

Identification of cutting edge technologies


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Assessment of courses to bridge the gap between industry
requirements and the curriculum
Assessment of the demand of the selected programme/s
Gathering suggestions from stake holders
Estimating the availability of the resources

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?

Yes.
The department takes feedback from the faculty on curriculum and
teaching-learning evaluation at the end of each semester and the same
may be considered at the time of syllabus revision.
The HOD conducts meeting with the staff to discuss about the
teaching-learning-evaluation, modifications required in the syllabus of
the subjects and additions/deletions to be made to the curriculum
before BOS meeting and discusses their suggestions in BOS meeting.

b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?
Yes.
The HOD takes feedback from students on staff, curriculum as well as
teaching-learning-evaluation during interaction committee meeting of
each class.
The HOD takes feedback from the students in a standard format at the
end of each semester, evaluates the feedback and if required, advises
the faculty members accordingly.
Outgoing students give exit feedback before leaving and their
suggestions are considered for improving curriculum as well as
teaching-learning-evaluation.

c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of
the department to the same?

Yes.
Feedback is obtained from employers and alumni and their suggestions
are considered in deciding the curriculum during syllabus revision and
for improving teaching-learning-evaluation.
Representatives from industry are involved as members of BOS (Board
Of Studies) and their suggestions are followed in finalizing the
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31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10).

S.No Regd. No. Name of the Alumni Designation
1.
95CS854 Gollapudi Rajeev Senior Product Manager, SAP Labs, India
2.
95CS822 Kakumanu Praveen Professor, Wright state University, US
3.
97CS813 Chigurupati Kalyan CEO,Tulasi Technologies, Banglore
4.
Y1CS829 Chundu.Kotesh Babu Technical Lead at Ericsson, Banglore
5.
Y0CS889 Naga Srinivas.Vemuri Principal Software Engineer, Zynga,
Banglore.
6.
98CS857 A.V.Maruthi Sai Ram Scientist.D ,RCI , DRDO Hyderabad
7.
Y6CS878 Pandraboina Gopi
Krishna
Apllication Engineer, Oracle
8.
Y6CS892 Yerneni. Rajesh Senior Software Engineer,Yahoo

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures/
workshops /seminar) with external experts.

Academic year Seminars/Workshops/Guest Lectures Training Programmes
2009 10 3 2
2010 11 7 3
2011 12 8 7
2012 13 7 11

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

In addition to the lecture method, we adopt the following methods:

Case studies
Tutorial classes
Technology enhanced teaching
o Usage of LCD projectors
o Web based training
o MOODLE based training
o Video lectures of MIT, NPTEL etc
o Hands on sessions in E-classroom

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Internal exams assessment
Semester End exams assessment
Placement record


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Admissions in prestigious institutions for higher education
Student achievements
Employers feedback

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Students and staff are acting as members in various committees at
department as well as college level
Students and faculty are participating in social activities like 5K walk on
environmental protection, silent rally protesting Nirbhaya incident etc.
Students and faculty of the department are sponsoring books and sports
kits for poor primary schools under the banner Infinite Smiles
Students are actively participating in NCC and NSS activities like
donating blood, aiding the victims of natural calamities etc.,

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Conducting activities under TechClub (A Technical Club of CSE
Dept) by the students to share knowledge on latest trends &
technologies.
Organizing a national level technical student meet every year
Arranging guest lectures by eminent persons from Industry / Academia
Encouraging students to participate in Technical events organized by
various institutions.
Conducting Infosys Campus Connect Program

37. State whether the programme/department is accredited/graded by
other agencies. Give details.

Yes . Department is accredited twice by NBA.
Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2002 for 3 years
#File No.NBA/24-BRD-ATR/2002 dated: 06.05.2002 valid from
24.04.2002
Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2007 for 3 years
#File No. NBA/ACCR-913/2007 dated: 12.09.2007 valid from
12.09.2007
Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2012 for 2 years
#File No. 11-104/2010/NBA dated: 18.09.2012 valid from
01.07.2012

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department.

Strengths:

Qualified, experienced and Committed faculty


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Good supporting staff
Excellent infrastructure
Good admission input
Congenial atmosphere for learning
Weaknesses:

Limited R&D activity
Sponsored research projects
Lack of communication skills of the students due to rural
background.
Opportunities:

Autonomous status of the Institute
Number of Doctorates in the department
Continuing Education Programmes for faculty
Training programs for students
Challenges:

Constant changes in Technology
Industry-Institute interaction
Publications in J ournals like IEEE, ACM & Elsevier
39. Future plans of the department.

The department has to play a major role in providing academic excellence
in Computer Science and Engineering. The department has great potential
for expansion in the upcoming years.
Future plans include:
Getting recognition as research centre
Enhancing R&D work
Establishing research laboratories
Strengthening Industry-Institute interaction
Conducting national / international conference
Conducting SDPs / FDPs in latest technologies


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4. Evaluative Report of E. C. E. Department

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment

Electronics & Communication Engineering.
The department was established in the year 1985.

2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil.,
Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

Names of
Programme
Courses offered Year of
Starting
Sanctioned
Intake
Year Intake
UG B.Tech. Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
1985 1985 40
1987 60
2000 90
2002 120
2012 180
PG M.Tech. Communication
Engineering &
Signal Processing
2011 2011 18

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved :

S.No Semester Interdisciplinary courses Departments involved
1. I Engineering Mathematics-I Mathematics
II Engineering Mathematics-II
III Engineering Mathematics-III
IV Engineering Mathematics-IV
2. I Engineering Chemistry - I Chemistry
I Chemistry Lab
II Engineering Chemistry II
3. I Engineering Physics - I Physics
II Engineering Physics II
II Physics Lab
4. I C-Programming CSE and IT
I C-Programming Lab.
II Data Structures
II Data Structures Lab
5. I Mechanics for Engineers ME
I Workshop
II Engineering Graphics Lab


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6. II Technical English &
Communication Skills
ENGLISH
II English Language Lab
III Communication Skills Lab
VI Advanced Communication
Skills Lab
7. I Environmental Studies
Engineering
BT
8. III Electrical Technology EEE
9. VIII Industrial management MS

4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system

Semester based credit system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

Semester Subject Handled Department
III Digital Logic Design CSE
VI Microprocessors And Interfacing CSE
VI Microprocessors And Interfacing Lab CSE
III Digital Logic Design IT
VI Microprocessors And Interfacing IT
VI Microprocessors And Interfacing Lab IT
VI Basicelectronics And Microprocessors ME

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
(Professors/Associate Professors/Asst. Professors

Faculty Sanctioned/Filled in the department

Teaching Posts Sanctioned Filled
Professors 3 3
Associate
Professors
4 4
Asst. Professors 16 16


7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization

The faculty profile of the department


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S.No Name
Qualific
ation
Designation Specialization
No.of
Years of
Experience
No.of
Ph.D.
students
guided in
the last 4
years
1. Dr. A.Sudhakar
M.E.,
Ph.D
Professor
&
Principal
Antennas
28 1
2. Dr. T.Ranga Babu M.S.,
M.Tech
Ph.D
Professor
& Head
Image
Processing
20 -
3. Dr. M.V.S.Prasad
M.E.,
Ph.D
Professor
Antennas
21 -
4. Sri J .Ravindranadh M.Tech
(Ph.D)
Associate
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
13 -
5. Smt N.Renuka M.Tech Associate
Professor
Instrumentati
on & Control
Systems
13 -
6. Smt
PP.S.Subhashini
M.Tech
(Ph.D)
Associate
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
12 -
7. Smt G.Sudhavani
M.Tech
(Ph.D)
Associate
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
16 -
8. Sri M.Suresh M.Tech Assistant
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
11 -
9. Sri U.Ramakrishna
M.Tech,
(Ph.D)
Assistant
Professor
Electronic
Systems &
Communicati
on
8 -
10. Smt P.Sailaja
M.E.
Assistant
Professor
Electronic
Instrumentati
on
7 -
11. Sri P.Sivaprasad
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
7 -
12. Sri A.Muralikrishna M.Tech,
(Ph.D)
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
4 -


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13. Sri S.Ramesh Babu
M.E.
Assistant
Professor
Applied
Electronics
4 -
14. Smt T. Suneetha
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
4 -
15. Sri K.Upendra
Chowdary
M.Tech Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
3 -
16. Ms. K.Sravanthi M.Tech Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
3 -
17. Sri B.Lokeshwar M.Tech Assistant
Professor
VLSI System
Design
2 -
18. Smt M.Sunitha M.Tech Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
2 -
19. Sri B.Hanish
Chaitanya
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Systems &
Computer
Electronics
1 -
20. Sri P.V.Krishna
Kanth
MS
Assistant
Professor
VLSI System
Design
1 -
21. Sri K.Anil Kumar
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
1 -
22. Sri K.Ashok Kumar
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Digital
Electronics
&
Communicati
on Systems
1 -
23. Sri D.J agadeesh
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Communicati
on & Signal
Processing
1 -

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty - programme-
wise information -

The Department does not have any temporary faculty.


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9. Programme - wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG Programme : 21:1
PG Programme : 12:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled

Non Teaching Staff Sanctioned Filled
Academic support staff(Technical) 6 6
Administrative staff 3 3

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received.
Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-
wise.

List of on going projects being conducted

S.No.
Name of the
funding
agency
National /
International
Name of faculty Grant received
Year
Sanctioned
1 UGC


National Dr.A.Sudhakar
Ms.D.Madhavi
Major Research
Project worth Rs.
9,02,800/-
2013

12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.;
total grants Received:
NIL
13. Research facility / centre with
State recognition : NIL
National recognition : Antennas
International recognition : NIL
14. Publications:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national
/International)

Year
International
Journals
National
Journals
Total
2013-14 7 - 7
2012-13 10 1 11
2011-12 2 2 4
2010-11 2 4 6
2009-10 4 - 4


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Monographs -- NIL
Chapters in books -- NIL
Editing Books -- NIL
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers

1. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Circuits & Networks:
Analysis and Synthesis, 3rd Edition, Published by Tata McGraw
Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2007, India.
2. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network and Systems,
Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2002, India.
3. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Theory, Published
by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2003, India.
4. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, M. Ravindra Reddy, Signals
& Systems, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co.
Ltd. 2003, India.
5. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, M. Ravindra Reddy, Signals
& Systems, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co.
Ltd. 2004, India.
6. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis and
Synthesis, Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd.
2004, India.
7. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuits,
Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2005,India.
8. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis,
Published by Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. 2005, India.
9. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Circuits and Network, by
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., USA 2006.
10. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Network Analysis, 4th
Edition, by McGraw-Hill India publishing Ltd.2008, India.
11. A.Sudhakar, P.S.M. Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis,
by McGraw-Hill India Publishing Ltd.2008, India.
12. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Analysis, Fifth
Edition, Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private
Limited, ISBN: 978-0-07-068126-2, August 2009, New Delhi,
INDIA.
13. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis,
Second Edition, Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education
Private Limited, ISBN:978- 0-07-0681123-1, August 2009, New
Delhi, INDIA.
14. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Circuits and Networks:
Analysis and Synthesis Fourth Edition Published by Tata


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McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN: 978- 0-07-
069972-4, J une 2010, New Delhi, INDIA.
15. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electric Circuits First Edition
Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited,
ISBN: 978- 0-07-070268-4, J uly 2010, New Delhi, INDIA.
16. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electric Circuits First Edition
Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited,
ISBN: 978- 0-07-070473-2, J uly 2010, New Delhi, INDIA.
17. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electric Circuits,J NTUH Second Edition Published by Tata
McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-
132891-3,J une 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
18. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electric Circuits, J NTUA Second Edition Published by Tata
McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-
132888-3,J une 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
19. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Electrical Circuit Analysis-I,J NTUK Edition Published by
Tata McGraw-Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-
132999-6,J une 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
20. Dr.A.Sudhakar Professor and principal, Sri PSM Satyanarayana,
Network Analysis,J NTUK Edition Published by Tata McGraw-
Hill Educational Private Limited, ISBN:978-0-07-132873-9,June
2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
21. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Theory, 2e J NTU,
Hyderabad second Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN(13):978-1-25-900448-3,
November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
22. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Principles of Electrical
Engineering, 2e J NTU, Hyderabad Second Edition Published by
Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN(13):978-1-
25-900449-0, November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
23. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Network Theory, 2e J NTU,
Ananthapur, Second Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN(13): 978-1-25-900452-0,
November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
24. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Principles of Electrical
Engineering, 2e J NTU, Ananthapur Second Edition Published by
Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, ISBN: 978- 1-25-
900453-7, November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.
25. A.Sudhakar, PSM Satyanarayana, Electrical Circuit Analysis-2
J NTU, Kakinada Edition Published by Tata McGraw-Hill
Education Private Limited, ISBN(13): 978-1-25-900454-4,
November 2011, New Delhi, INDIA.


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26. Tummala Ranga Babu, Segmentation of Constrained Characters
in Complex Scripts, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing,
October 2012, ISBN-10: 3659267058, ISBN-13: 978-3659267055

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare database
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.): 25
Citation index range / average : NIL
SNIP : NIL
SJ R : NIL
Impact factor range / average : 1.59-3.88
H-index : NIL
15. Details of patents and income generated

The department doesnt have any patents.
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated

The department doesnt have any consultancy.

17. Faculty recharging strategies

Faculty improves their knowledge by attending quality improvement
programs within the institute & outside the institute.

List of Faculty who have gone through FDP Programmes /
Workshops / Seminars etc.,


18. Student projects

Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter-departmental

Year UG PG
2012-2013 100 % 94%
2011-2012 100 % -
2010-2011 100 % -
2009-2010 100 % -


Academic Year 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
Faculty
participated
(Nos)
10 2 20 28


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Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes

Year UG PG
2012-2013 - 6%
2011-2012 - -
2010-2011 - -
2009-2010 - -

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international
level by
Faculty

Dr. M.V.S.Prasad has received best paper award for the paper title
VSWR and Input Impedance of a Tapered Nylon dielectric rod
antenna in National Conference Emerging trends in Communications
and Signal Processing techniques held at SV University College of
Engineering during J anuary 2012.

Doctoral / post doctoral fellows : NIL

No. of faculty completed Ph D in last five years.

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
NIL NIL NIL NIL 3

Students

Students have participated in different academic, cultural, sports
competitions conducted by different state / national academic
institutions and obtained different recognition / prizes.

No. of students received awards

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
18 17 95 5 73

20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

Year National Seminars / Workshop
Sponsoring
agency
2013-14 Three Day National Workshop on SIGNAL AND
IMAGE PROCESSING using LabVIEW
AICTE


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2012-13 National Workshop on Signal and Image Processing
using LabVIEW during 12-13 February 2013
College
National workshop on PCB Designing during 10-
11 J anuary 2013.
College
National Workshop on Advanced Trends in
Embedded System Design (14-15, December 2012)
College
2011-12 Silver J ubilee Technofeast (November 29-30, 2011) College
Hands-on workshop on Network Storage
Technologies during 19-21 April 2012
Hands-on training on Open Source Software,
during 14-16 J uly 2011
Hands-on training on Open Source Software,
during 20-22 J uly 2011
Hands-on workshop on Free & Open Source
Software(FOSS), during 3-6 August 2011
2010-11 Hands-on workshop on Free & Open Source
Software, during 4-5 March, 2011
College
2009-10 NCSPCS 2010 National Conference on Signal
Processing & Communication Systems (February
25-26, 2010)
College

21. Student profile course-wise: (for the batch admitted in 2009 and
passed out in 2013)

Category A : 70% of the seats will be filled by Convener
EAMCET (Admissions) through state wide counseling.

UG Programme

Name of
the Course

Applications
Received
Selected Pass
percentage
Male Female Male Female
B.Tech. All admissions are carried by
online by State govt. agency-
(EAMCET)+ 30% management
quota
72 48 98.61 100







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PG Programme Communication Engineering & Signal Processing

Name of
the Course
(refer
question
no. : 2 )
Applications
received
Selected Pass
percentage
Male Female Male Female
M.Tech All admissions are carried by
online by State govt. agency.
Using GATE (conducted at
National Level) ranks /
PGCET (conducted at State
Level) rank +30%
management quota
10 8 100 100
22. Diversity of students

Admitted in the year 2013-2014

Name of the
Course
% of
students
from the
College
% of
students
from the
State
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
UG
(B Tech - ECE)
NIL 100 NIL NIL
PG
(M Tech- CESP)
6% 100 NIL NIL

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?

The Department doesnt have any record of any students cleared civil
/defiance service, NET, SLET examinations

Number of students who cleared GATE

YEAR GATE GRE TOEFL CAT
2012-2013 38 20 10 15
2011-2012 18 15 5 3
2010-2011 31 16 5 1
2009-2010 50 6 -- --
-- =>Department doesnt have any record


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24. Student progression:

Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 29.54 22.79 43.41 44.8
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

43.4


47.05


65.89
0.07

16
12
Entrepreneurs NIL NIL NIL NIL
25. Diversity of staff (2013-2014):

% of faculty who
are product of
the same College
% of faculty
from other
Colleges within
the State
% of faculty
from other States
% of
Faculty
from
abroad
8.696 73.91 26.08 0

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.

During last 5 years (2008-13):
3 faculty have received Ph.D. degrees

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

(a) Departmental Library:

The department Library has text books, NPTEL ,Video lectures, and Project
reports

Year Books Journals NPTEL
Video
Lectures
Projects
Reports
UG PG
2012-13 685
Available
Online
29 542 17

(b) Internet facilities for staff and students :
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with internet facility. For all UG students three laboratories with 40
computer each

(c) Total number of class rooms : 10 UG Class rooms;
01 PG Class room

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility: 4 UG Class rooms

(e) Students laboratories : 7

(f) Research laboratories : 1


Communication Engineering Lab


Digital Electronics Lab
Digital Systems Lab


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Microwave Engineering Lab


Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
Lab

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College.

Scholarship 2009-10 2011-
12
2012-13 2013-
14
Poor &
Merit
Scholarship
26 9 15 21

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

The department has carried out the assessment exercise for starting
new PG Program and applied to AICTE in academic year 2010-2011
for approval. The following methodology is used for the assessment
exercise.

Suggestions from the industrialists.
Space and Laboratory facilities.
Investment from the management.
J ob opportunities.
Inputs from the management and faculties.
Feedback from the alumni (taken by the college).
Sending the report for approval to the concerned bodies.

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
(a) faculty on curriculum as well as teaching learning evaluation?
If yes , how does the department utilize it?

Feedback is collected from the faculty during the preparation of the
curriculum & in teaching-learning evaluation. All the Senior faculty


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members are members of BOS and contribute significantly during the
preparation of curriculum and academic regulations.

(b) students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?

Feedback is taken at the end of each semester from the students, and it is
evaluated by the HOD. Faculty is advised to overcome the drawbacks and
the same is informed to the students.

(c) alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the
response of the department to the same?

One Alumni of the department is a member of BOS and
extends feedback during BOS meetings
The feedback from the Alumni taken by the college will be
considered while reviewing the curriculum.
The feedback taken from the employers will be taken into
account while reviewing the curriculum.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S.No Name of the
Alumni
Year of
Study
Designation Address
1 U.K.V.Sreenivasa
Raju
1985-89 Mananager Engineering & Projects,
SunTechnologies, Bangalore
2 Ch.Ganapathi
Reddy
1985-89 Prof. & Head,
Dept. of ECE
G.Narayanamma Institute of
Technology & Science,
Shaikpet, Hyderabad-8
3 K.Venkata Reddy 1985-89 Head of the
Department
Vardhman College of
Engineering, Hyderabad
4 B.Vijay Bhaskara
Rao
1985-89 National
Network
Manager
TNS India Pvt. Ltd.,Plot No.17,
Road.3, Banjara Hills,
Hyderabad-34
5 K.Venkata Reddy 1992-96 Manager,
Customer
Relations
COA Networks, 201, Babukhan
Millinum centre, Somajiguda,
Hyderabad.
6 Divyesh Kumar
shah
1994-98 Lead Engineer Wireless Systems Group, Texas
Instruments(India) Pvt. Ltd.,
Bagmane Tech Park,No
66/3, Adjacent to LRDE,
Byrasandra, Bangalore-560093.
7 B.Sreehari 1995-99 Software
Engineer-II
BEA Systems, Bangalore.


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8 N.Anand 1998-02 Developer SAP Labs, #147, EPIP, White
fields, Bangalore
9 Srinivas Radaram 1998-02 Quality
Assurance
Analyst
Manhattan Associates(India)
Development Center Pvt. Ltd.,
172, EPIP Zone, Phase III,
Whitefield, Bangalore-560 066
10 V.Suresh Kumar 1998-02 Team Lead Mainframes Division, Tata
Consultancy ervices, Abhilash
buildings, Near Videhi
hospitals, Bangalore

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.

Academic
Year
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Activities
Conducted
(Nos)
4 4 7 10


33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

The staff members use the following teaching methods
Giving Home Assignments
NPTEL lectures from IIT and other professors,
DELNET facility and SONET
Black Board teaching
Power point presentations
Teaching by Simulation

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Outcome assessment from students, faculty and placement attainments

Students:
Academic achievements
a. % of students passed
b. No. of students qualified in competitive examinations
Professional achievements:
a. professional society activities
b. students participation in paper/poster presentation


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c. students participation in exhibition
d. industry-institute interaction
e. Project relevant to identity/society/research
Faculty:
Academic contribution
a) No.of faculty participated in training programmes
b) No of faculty upgrading their qualifications
c) guidance of M.Tech students
d) guidance to Ph.D students
e) Faculty delivering expert lecturers
Professional contribution:
a. Papers presented in national/international conference
b. Publications in J ournals/book chapters
c. Sponsored research/consultancy Placements:
a. placement
b. higher studies
Assessment of outcomes by external stakeholders
a. Industries
b. Employers
c. Alumni survey
d. Professional bodies
e. Input from faculty survey
f. J ob Placements

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Students NIL
Faculty NIL

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Students learn latest trends in the field through by the following activities
conducted at regular intervals:
Guest lecturers from eminent persons in Industry and Academia:

Academic Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Activities
Conducted (Nos)
4 4 7 10

Industrial tours:

Academic Year 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
Activities
Conducted (Nos)
4 2 1 3


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Internship in Industries:

Academic Year 2011-2012 2012-2013
Activities Conducted (Nos) 22 16

Participating in Workshops and Conferences.

Academic Year 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
Students
Participated (Nos)
26 8 42

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

UG Programme Accredited Four times by NBA

Details of Accreditation:

Programme of
Study
Description File Number
UG in
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 2012 for 2 years
File No.11-104/2010/NBA
Dt.18-09-2012
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 2007 for 3 years
File No.NBA/ACCR-913/
2007 Dt.12-09-2007
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 2002 for 5 years
File No.NBA/24 BRD-ATR/
2002 Dt.28-08-2002
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 1998 for 2 years
File No.6701/NBA/
(RVR & J C-Grade)/98
Dt.11-02-1999


38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department.

Strengths:

The department was awarded research projects for enhancing research in
various fields related to ECE by research organizations like AICTE, UGC
etc.
The department was accredited Four times by NBA-AICTE
The department is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.
The department has good number of qualified faculty with 3 Ph.Ds.


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Weaknesses:

Lack of necessary industry exposure to the students and faculty.
Unable to extend consultancy services.

Opportunities:

State-of-the-art Antennas research lab available in the department to
promote research activities for all department faculties.

Challenges:

To offer consultancy to the industries
To start Ph.D. programme in the department.
To file patents.

39. Future plans of the department.

To provide more Industry-Institute relationship to take up real
time needs of the industry as students/faculty projects.
To conduct various activities to enhance the entrepreneurial
skills to the students under EDC.
To produce quality student projects taking up innovative
problems relevant to the society.
To get the recognition as Research Centre.
To conduct an International Conference
To establish VLSI and Embedded Labs for M Tech (VLSI &
Embedded Systems)
To provide full-fledged departmental library with adequate
computing facilities.
To make all the class rooms in the department as e-class rooms.
To apply for more research projects under various faculty
research groups of the department from various R&D and
Government funding agencies.
To increase the number of research publications in the
reputed journals.
To conduct Faculty Development Programmes to train the
faculty in the emerging technologies and teaching
methodologies.
To have collaborations and MOUs with the foreign universities.



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1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment

Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
The Department was established in the year 1994.
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

UG- (B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
PG (M.Tech in Power systems Engineering)
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
Interdisciplinary courses
Name of the Department
Involved
Engineering Mathematics-I(EE111)
Engineering Mathematics-II (EE121)
Technical English &Communication Skills (EE124)
English Language Lab(EE162)
Engineering Mathematics-III(EE211)
Engineering Mathematics-IV(EE221)
Communication skills lab (EE253)
Advanced communication Skills Lab (EE363)
Professional Ethics and Human Values (EE421)
Department of
Mathematics &
Humanities
Engineering Physics I (EE112)
Engineering Physics II (EE122)
Physics Lab (EE161)
Department of Physics
Engineering Chemistry I (EE113)
Engineering Chemistry II (EE123)
Chemistry Lab (EE151)
Department of
Chemistry
C-Programming (EE114)
C-Programming Lab (EE153)
Data Structures (EE222)
Data Structures Lab (EE262)
OOPS & OS (EE312)
Database Management Systems (EE415/B)
Department of
Computer Science &
Engineering /
Department of
Information Technology
Mechanics for Engineers (EE115)
Workshop (EE152)
Engineering Graphics Lab (EE163)
Mechanical Technology (EE225)
Mechanical Technology Lab (EE263)
Department of
Mechanical Engineering
Environmental Studies (EE125)
Department of Chemical
Engineering
Industrial Management (EE411)
Department of
Management Sciences
Elective-II(OPEN)
Offered by other Depts.


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4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system

Semester based credit system
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

The following departments share the resources/ facilities of our department
Courses Offered Name of the Department Year Semester
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering (CS212)
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering Lab (CS251)
Computer Science &
Engineering
II Third
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering (IT212)
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering Lab (IT251)
Information Technology II Third
Electrical Technology (EC216)
Linear Control systems (EC 311)
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
II
III
Third
Fifth
Electrical Technology (ME223)
Electrical & Electronics Lab (ME
353)
Mechanical Engineering II
III
Fourth
Fifth
Electrical & Electronics
Engineering (ChE213)
Electrical & Electronics
Engineering Lab (ChE252)
Chemical Engineering II Third
Elements of Electrical and
Mechanical Engineering (CE226)
Civil Engineering II Fourth
Elective-II(OPEN)
Renewable Energy Sources
(EE415/A)
Utilization of Electrical Energy
(EE415/B)
To all other Departments IV Seventh

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)



Sanctioned Filled
Professor 1 1
Associate Professors 4 4
Asst. Professors 18 18




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7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name

Qualific
ation
Designati
on
Specialization
No. of Years
of
Experience
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided in
the last 4
years
Dr. K. Chandra
Sekhar
Ph. D. Professor
&
HOD
Electrical
Machines &
Industrial Drives
18 --
K. Swarna Sri M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Associate
Professor
Power Systems
Engineering
13 --
K. Radha Rani M. E,
(Ph.D.)
Associate
Professor
Electrical Power
Engineering
14 --
G.B. Sankara Rao M.Tech. Associate
Professor
High Voltage
Engineering
32 --
N. C. Kotaiah M.Tech. Associate
Professor
High Voltage
Engineering
15 --
Y. Suri Babu M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
Power and
Industrial Drives
10 --
G. Sambasiva Rao M.E,
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
Power Electronics
and Industrial
Drives
12 --
J .H.V. Veera
Raghava
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
High Voltage
Engineering
8 --
N. Chaitanya
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 8 --
V. Sarayu M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Electrical Power
Systems
10 --
Y. Praveen M.E. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 6 --
M. Anitha
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 8 --
Ch. Ranga Rao M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 9 --
B. V. Vasantha Rao
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems &
Power Electronics
6 --
Ch. Naga Raja
Kumari
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 8 --
P. Siva Krishna
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 6 --
N. Dharani Kumar M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 4 --
Y. Sumanth
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Electronics
& Power Systems
3 --


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P. Sunil Raju
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Control &
Drives
1 --
B. Sarath Chandra
M.Tech.
(Ph.D.)
Assistant
Professor
Power Systems &
Automation
1 --
G.Veeranjaneyulu
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 5 --
P. Venkata Kishore
Babu
M.Tech. Assistant
Professor
Power Systems 7 --
J . Nancy Namratha
M.E. Assistant
Professor
Control Systems 2 --

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information
The Department does not have any temporary faculty.
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG: 18:1
PG: 12:1
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled

Staff
Sanctioned Filled
Academic Support (Technical)
9 9
Administrative 2 2
11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.
Project Title
Funding
Agency
Amount Duration Coordinator
MODROBS grant for EEE
Power systems Laboratory
AICTE 18,85,000/- 2013-14 Dr. K.
Chandrasekhar
Major research project on
Control Technique for Duel
Inverter Fed Open End Winding
Induction Motor
UGC 9,22,000/- 2013-15 Dr. K.
Chandrasekhar
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received

Department have not received grants from the above agencies during the
assessment period.
13. Research facility / centre with
o State recognition
The Department has applied to Acharya Nagarjuna University,
Nagarjuna Nagar to recognize the department as a research centre in
the areas of Power Systems & Power Electronics.


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Andhra Pradesh Council of Science - Technology (APCOST)
recognized the department as a research center and sanctioned
research grant to student projects.
o National recognition
UGC recognized the department as a research center in the area of
Power Electronics and sanctioned a research project in the same area.
o International recognition
----- Nil ---
14. Publications:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)
S.
No
Name of Staff
National
Conference
National
Journals
International
Conference
International
Journals
1. Dr K. Chandra Sekhar 09 04 08 36
2. Mrs. K. Swarna Sri 04 02 04
3. Mrs. K. Radha Rani 02 01 01 05
4. Sri G.B. Sankara Rao 01
5. Sri. N.C. Kotaiah 01 02
6. Sri.Y.Suri babu 01
7. Sri. G.Sambasiva Rao 01 01 06 11
8. Sri J .H.V.V. Raghava 01 01
9. Ms.P. Anjali Kumari 01 02 01
10. Ms. N.Chaitanya 02 01
11. Ms.V.Sarayu 01
12. Sri. Y.Praveen 01 02
13. Ms. M.Anitha 01
14. Sri. Ch.Ranga Rao 01 01 01
15. Sri. B.V. Vasantha Rao 02
16. Mrs Ch.Naga Raja
Kumari
01 01
17. Sri. P.Siva Krishna 01
18. Sri. N.Dharani Kumar 01 01
19. Sri. Y.Sumanth 02 03
20. Sri P. Suneel Raju 02 02
Total 24 16 19 74

Monographs ---Nil---
Chapter(s) in Books ---Nil---
Editing Books ---Nil---
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers ---Nil---
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host,
etc.) 66


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Citation Index range / average 0 to 12
SNIP ---Nil---
SJR ---Nil---
Impact factor range / average 0.3 to 6.55
h-index 2
15. Details of patents and income generated
As of now there are no patents and income generated activities taken up
by the department.
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
The department has consultancy in the areas of Meter testing, Cable
testing and transformer oil testing.

Year Revenue generated
2012 -13 Rs.82,550/-
2011-12 Rs.50,850/-
2010-11 Rs.11,950/-
2009-10 Rs.69,936/-

17. Faculty recharging strategies:

Faculty improves their knowledge by attending quality improvement
programs within the Institute & outside the Institute. Details are
summarized as follows:

2013-14
(Till date)
2012-13 2011 12 2010 11 2009 10
Number of
Seminars/Workshops
attended by the
faculty
43 19 10 8 15

18. Student projects
percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
UG (B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering) : 1 %
PG( M.Tech in Power Systems Engineering) : 89%
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes
UG(B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering) : 0%
PG( M.Tech in Power Systems Engineering) : 11%
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by
Faculty
Paper entitled Performance indices for islanding of power
systems to avoid blackouts presented byK. Swarnasri and N.


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Ramanarayana at 2
nd
National conference NCIES-2011 on 31
st

March, 2011 at Maha Engineering college, Salem, Tamil Nadu
was awarded as SECOND best paper in the conference.
The abstract entitled Proposals for Grid integrated Solar
energy systems in Distribution network submitted by K.
Swarnasri at National seminar on Solar energy harvesting
through photo voltaic cells and storage on 21
st
-22
nd
J une,2013
at RVR&J C College of Engineering, Guntur was awarded as
Second best abstract.
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
The Department does not have Doctoral or Post-doctoral fellows.
Students
EEE department students are excelling in various inter institutional
competitions and they secure prizes in most of the participated events.

Year
Papers/
DESIGNS presented
Students
participated
Awards won
2013-14
(Till date)
2 10 --
2012 -13 69 140 31
2011-12 81 193 57
2010-11 82 151 47
2009-10 66 117 26

20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.
Following is the list of Seminars/ workshops organized by Department of
Electrical & Electronics Engineering at National level.

Year Seminars/ Workshop Sponsoring
Agency
Collaborating
Agency
2008-09 1. A National three day workshop on
Computer Applications To Power
Systems Using Mipower during 4
th
-
6
th
December 2 8
College
Management
Power Research
and Development
Consultants Pvt.
Ltd.,
(PRDC) Bangalore
2009-10 1. A National level student technical
meet Electric Tarang 2010 on 22
nd

J anuary 2010
College
Management
---
2010-11 1. Training Programme on Analytical
skills for IV/IV B.Tech EEE
Students on 11
th
December, 2010
College
Management
Sri J . Sridhar
TRIUMPHANT
Training solutions,
Hyderabad


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2011-12 1. A National level student technical
meet Electric Tarang 2011 on
29
th
& 30
th
December, 2011.
College
Management
---
2. Workshop on Fire and Safety on 7
th

March 2012 for II/IV B.Tech EEE
Students
College
Management
Kings Institute of
Fire safety
Engineers
2012-13 1. Hands on Workshop on PCB design
on 10
th
& 11
th
J anuary, 2013 for
II/IV B.Tech EEE Students
College
Management
Indo Global
Services,
Hyderabad
2.Employability Skills and
Technology Expectations on 7
th

August, 2012 for IV/IV B.Tech
EEE students
College
Management
Mr. J .
Chandrasekhar,
ARM, and TCS
Hyderabad
3. A Workshop on Importance of
Body language and Mannerism
conducted for II/IV B.Tech EEE
Students on 6
th
September, 2012
College
Management
Mr.R.Thejha,
Head training and
development;
Seventh sense
Talent solutions,
Bangalore.
2013-14
( Till
date)
1. National level workshop on Model
Based Design for Power Electronics
& Embedded Systems for Faculty
on 12
th
& 13
th
December 2013.
College
Management
Visual solutions
Inc.,


For Three day workshop on Computer Applications To Power Systems
Using Mi-power resource persons and special guests are:
1. Chief Guest & Resource person: Dr. R. Nagaraja, Managing Director,
PRDC Pvt., Ltd., Bangalore
2. Chief Guest: Dr. S.V.M. Bhuvanika Rao, Superintending
Engineer(Rtd.,) Thermal Generation, Hyderabad
For A National level student technical meet Electric Tarang 2010
Special guests are:
1. Guest of Honor Dr. V. Kalyana Chakravarthy, Professor, Kyungpook
National University, Korea.
2. Chief guest Sri A. Srinivasa Rao, Executive Director, LANCO
Kondapalli Power Pvt Ltd.

For A National level student technical meet Electric Tarang 2011
Special guests are:
1. Chief guest Sri B.J aya Bharat Rao, Superintendent Engineer,
APSPDCL, Guntur Circle.

For National level workshop on Model Based Design for Power
Electronics & Embedded Systems, Special guests and resource persons
are:


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1. Chief Guest: Sri. D. Rama Krishna, MD, Efftronics systems Pvt.
Limited.
2. Resource person: Sri Satyabrata Sahoo, Product Application Engineer,
Visual Solutions Incorporated, USA.

21. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the
Course
Applications
received
Selected Pass percentage
Male Female Male Female
UG: B. Tech in EEE
2012-13
All admissions are
carried by online
by State govt.
agency-
(EAMCET) +
Management quota
93 39 84.94 92.31
2011-12 92 52 94.56 98.07
2010-11 93 51 95.69 98.04
2009-10 89 43 88.76 90.69
PG : M. Tech in PSE
2012-13
PGCET conducted
at state level +
GATE examination
conducted at
National Level +
Sponsored quota
11 5 90.91 1 .
2011-12 10 7 1 . 1 .
2010-11 13 5 1 . 1 .
2009-10 13 5 1 . 1 .

22. Diversity of students

Academic
Year
Name of the
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
% of
students
from the
College
% of
students
from the
State
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
2013-14
B.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil
M.Tech 5.56% 1 % Nil Nil
2012-13
B.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil
M.Tech 5.56% 1 % Nil Nil
2011-12
B.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil
M.Tech 6.25% 1 % Nil Nil
2010-11
B.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil
M.Tech 11.76% 1 % Nil Nil
2009-10
B.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil
M.Tech Nil 1 % Nil Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Name of the
Examination
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
GRE 16 07 15 33


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TOFEL 15 08 16 35
GMAT -- -- -- --
GATE 18 20 16 22
CAT 02 01 02 03
Others -- -- -- --

24. Student progression

Student Progression Percentage against enrolled
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 31.82 19.44 8.33 19.7
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

18.93
6.06

29.17
12.5

45.14
4.17

12.12
23.48
Entrepreneurs -- -- -- --

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university 34.78%
from other universities within the State 47.82%
from other universities from other States 17.39%

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.
---- Nil ----
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library
EEE Department library contains following books

Year Books Titles Student Projects Reports
UG PG
2012-13 631 485 373 102

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -- Available
c) Total number of class rooms -- 12
d) Class rooms with ICT facility -- 05



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e) Students laboratories
Department of EEE has 10 exclusive Laboratories to meet Academic &
Research work
Lab Description
Space in
Sq.m
Total cost of
equipment in
Upto 2012-13
Basic Electrical Engineering Lab 153.0 5,48,312
Advanced Electrical Machines Lab 264.44 22,62,433
Power Systems Lab 242.4 8,98,774
Power Electronics Lab 95.7 6, ,658
Basic Electronics Lab 83.7 7,01,664
Electrical Measurements Lab 110.0 4,40,858
Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab 112.0 2,62,109
Computer Applications Lab 183.95 52,80,577
Control Systems Lab 110.0 4,16,129
Electrical workshop practice Lab 131.0 2,56,883
(One crore sixteen Lakh sixty eight thousand
three ninty seven)TOTAL
1486.19 1,16,68,397
f) Research laboratories -- 01


Power Electronics Lab

Microprocessors &
Microcontrollers Lab
Power Systems
Laboratory
Electrical Workshop
Practice Laboratory


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Basic Electronics
Laboratory
Computer Applications
Laboratory
Basic Electrical
Engineering Laboratory
Control Systems Lab
Electrical
Measurements Lab
Advanced Electrical
Machines Laboratory


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28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.

The College Management has introduced Poor and Merit Student
scholarships. Following is the number of students from EEE department who
availed financial assistance from the College Management.

2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Poor & Merit
Scholarships
15 3 12 20
Amount Given 1,75,000/- 45,000/- 2,10,000/- 3,95,000/-

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

The department has carried out the assessment exercise for increase in intake of
UG program and applied the same to AICTE for academic year 2012-2013.
The following methodology is used for the assessment exercise.

Survey reports from reputed magazines on need of Electrical Engineers
in future for the Industry and Society.
Identified employment / higher education opportunities for the
Electrical & Electronics Engineering students in all industrial sectors
including software, communications, VLSI and manufacturing etc., are
on uptrend during last few years.
Feedback from the alumni.
Suggestions from the experts of the Industries/ Organizations.

30. Does the department obtain feedback from

a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?

Yes. The department takes feedback from faculty at the time of revision of the
syllabus and utilizes it for the purpose of:
Including new courses.
Identifying the syllabus gaps.
Improving the drawbacks in teaching learning process.
b. students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?

Yes. Feedback is taken from the students twice in each semester on staff
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Through Oral feed back in the middle of the semester in class
interaction meetings
Through On paper at the end of semester.
Further, the feedback is evaluated at the department level and the information
is passed to the concerned teacher for the improvement if necessary and the
same is submitted to the principal.

c. alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response
of the department to the same?
Yes. The department collects feedback from Alumni and employers. Further, the
department responses in the form of

Including new courses/ programs for skill enhancement of the students
Interaction with Alumni through Alumni meets to identify the areas to
be improved and to add new programs accordingly to make the
students Industry ready.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

1. Mr. Phani Kishore Talluri is presently with Microsoft Corporation,
Secunderabad, has filed for patents.
2. Mr Kalyana Chakravarthy Veluvolu has completed Ph.D. degree in
Eelectrical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore, in 2 6. Presently he is working as Assistant Professor with
the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea.
3. Mr Balaji has started own firmVenus software solutions with
partnership .
4. Mr B. Ravi Kumar has Completed PhD at IISc Bangalore and
presently he is working at Crompton Greves, Mumbai.
5. Mr Rakesh Babu Panguluri has completed his PhD at IIT- Kharagpur
and is presently working with Philips, Bangalore. He has also applied
for an Indian Patent.

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures
/workshops / seminar) with external experts.

It is a regular practice in the department to arrange some training
programmes in order to improve interpersonal and communication
skills among students.

More exposure is created by arranging Guest lectures by eminent
people from industries, academia and by organizing regular
industrial visits.


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Number of Student
enrichment
programmes
2013-14
(Till date)
2012-13 2011 12 2010 11 2009 10
Workshops/ training
programmes
conducted
4 4 6 7 3
Guest lecturers
arranged
1 7 1 9 5
Tours Organized 3 5 6 3 3
Industrial Training -- 33 10 -- --

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering adopted the following
teaching methods for both the UG & PG programs:
Black Board Teaching
Regular discussions in the class to make the lecture more impressive
Tutorials
Demonstrations (Field visits/ Charts/ Models/Experimental Setups)
Group discussions
Home Assignments
Student Seminars/Presentations
Video lectures (NPTEL, MIT and Stanford etc.)

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?
The Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)/ Programme Objectives
and Programme Outcomes(POs)/ Learning outcomes are defined by the
department development committee and are in tune with the mission of
the Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department. The PEOs & POs
are modified after taking the opinion from stakeholders if required.
The assessment process in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
department of RVR and J C College of Engineering is meant to ensure that
the Program Outcomes that are important to the Mission of the
Department and its Program Educational Objectives are being monitored
and measured. The department has established a comprehensive
assessment process for its Program Outcomes.
The assessment process for the Program Outcomes and the Program
Educational Objectives relies on several tools like students academic
and professional achievements, placement statistics and higher
education accomplishments etc.
Evaluation tools also include feedback from students, instructors,
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The results of the monitoring and evaluation process are regularly
applied to the improvement of the program whenever necessary.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Following is the list representing Participation of students in various
events during the last four years:

Year Curricular activities Extracurricular
Activities
Participation
Social Activities
Participation
Participation Prizes
Cultural
events
Sports
NCC
Certificates
NSS
2013-14
(Till date)
2 1 24 4 3C 1National
Integration
Camp
2012-13 140 31 45 30 7B, 8C
2011-12 193 57 54 19 10B 24
2010-11 151 47 8 19 3 B, 5C 9
2009-10 117 26 10 21 7B, 4C 16

Faculty participation in extension activities:

Year
No. of
workshops/
Seminars/ STTPs
attended
No. of papers
published in
Journals
No. of papers
presented in
conferences
2013-14(Till date) 43 6 2
2012-13 19 30 13
2011-12 10 26 14
2010-11 8 15 13
2009-10 15 13 1

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

The Faculty of the department participates in various National and
International conferences, Workshops to present their research work.
Some of the Faculty members act as resource persons for workshops
conducted by other organizations.
The department conducts student competitions regularly.
The department organizes staff workshops/training programs on
topics relevant to Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
Research Guidance.
Institute of Engineers (India) is conducting Lab classes at the
department Laboratories for AMIE students.
Students of the department are allowed to attend various competitions


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in and around the college to present their papers, posters and designed
projects.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

Yes.

(i) The UG programme (B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
accredited thrice.

Programme of
Study
Description File Number
UG
B.Tech in
Electrical &
Electronics
Engineering

Accredited by NBA-AICTE in
2012 for 2 years
F.No:11-104/2010/NBA,
Dated: 18-09-2012.
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 2007 for 3years
F.No: NBA/ACCR-913/2007,
Dated: 12-09-2007.
Accredited by NBA-AICTE
in 2002 A Grade for 5years
F.No: NBA/24 BRD-
ATR/2002, Dated:28-08-2002

(ii) The college was Adjudged as the second best among all the Private
Engineering Institutions and fourth best among all Institutions
including Universities in ACADEMIC AUDIT & GRADING
conducted by Government of Andhra Pradesh in 2003. The College
has secured Overall Performance score of 6.7 and the Department of
EEE has scored 7.4 on 10 point scale. (Lr. No.
APSCHE/AAG/Secy/2003-5 dated 2
nd
August 2003)
(iii) The college was awarded as The best performing college in the
University Examination Results in Undergraduate courses among all
affiliated colleges under Acharya Nagarjuna University. The college
was also given Best Laboratory award by Acharya Nagarjuna
University for the year 2013.

(iv) Other Data published in Media/Public forums about the College is as
follows:

S.No. Year Agency Scope Ranking
1 2012 Career 360
Magazine
Andhra Pradesh
Level
AA+
2 2013 Career 360
Magazine
Andhra Pradesh
Level
AAA




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38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department.

Strengths:

Qualified, Experienced and Committed Faculty.
Three faculty members have submitted Thesis for the award of PhD.
The department was accredited thrice by National Board of
Accreditation, AICTE.
The department has 10 Laboratories, all facilitated with state-of-the-art
equipment.
Exclusive computer centre with latest software packages made
available for the students to carry out projects and for the faculty to
carry out their research work.
The department was awarded a MODROBs grant by AICTE and
another Major Research Project by UGC for enhancing research in
various fields related to EEE.

Weaknesses:

No Hostel facility for girls in the College Campus.
Short of necessary industrial exposure to the students and faculty.
Unable to extend consultancy services.

Opportunities:

Eligible to fetch grants from public sector agencies as the Department
is Accredited.
Availability of access to e-J ournals, Video courses and Lab facilities.
Potential to pursue Doctoral and Post Doctoral research for the faculty.
To conduct National and International conferences in the thrust areas
of Electrical & Electrical Engineering.
Challenges:

Motivation of students from rural back ground towards academics and
soft skills.
Consultancy activities development.
R&D Projects from public sector agencies.
1 % Campus placements.
39. Future plans of the department.

To develop department as a centre of excellence in the areas of Power
systems and Power Electronics & drives.
To offer courses in collaboration with foreign Universities and
Industries.
To conduct National & International conferences in thrust areas of
Electrical & Electrical Engineering.
To improve number of papers published in reputed J ournals.
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6. Evaluative Report of Information Technology Department

1. Name of the department & its year of establishment.

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
It was established in the year 1998.

2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.).

UG in B.Tech-Information Technology: Present intake of 120 started in
the year 1998.

PG in M.Tech- Computer Science and Technology: Present intake of 18
started in the year 2013.

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved.

List of Subjects taught by interdisciplinary Departments

Course Department
IT111 Engineering Mathematics I
IT114 Technical English & Communication Skills
IT152 English Language LAB
IT121 Engineering Mathematics II
IT211 Mathematics III
IT221 Probability & Statistics
IT263 Communications Skills LAB
IT311 Professional Ethics & Human Values
IT353 Advanced Communication Skills LAB
Mathematics &
Humanities
IT112 Engineering Physics I
IT151 Physics LAB
IT222 Engineering Physics II
Physics
IT113 Engineering Chemistry I
IT123 Engineering Chemistry II
IT161 Chemistry LAB
Chemistry
IT153 Engineering graphics LAB
IT125 Mechanics for Engineers
IT162 Workshop
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective)
Mechanical
Engineering
IT115 Environmental Studies
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective)
Chemical
Engineering
IT212 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Electrical &
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IT251 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering LAB
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective)
Electronics
Engineering
IT213 Digital logic Design
IT324 Microprocessors & Interfacing
IT363 Microprocessors & Interfacing LAB
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective)
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective) Civil Engineering
IT415 Elective-II (Open Elective) Bio-Technology
IT421 Industrial Engineering & Management MBA

4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system:

Semester based credit system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments

Department Course
Mechanical Engineering ME114 C Programming
ME153 C Programming LAB
Chemical Engineering CHE124 C Programming
CHE163 C Programming LAB
Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
EE114 C Programming
EE153 C Programming LAB
EE222 Data Structures
EE262 Data Structures LAB
Electronics & Communication
Engineering
EC114 C Programming
EC153 C Programming LAB
EC222 Data Structures
EC262 Data Structures LAB
Civil Engineering CE124 C Programming
CE163 C Programming LAB
Bio-Technology BT124 C Programming
BT163 C Programming LAB

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 2
Assoc. Professors 5 5
Asst. Professors 16 16

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7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./ M.Phil., etc.)

Name
Qualificati
on
Designati
on
Specialization
No. of
Years of
Experie
nce
No. of
Ph.D.
Students
guided in
the last 4
year
Dr. A. Sri Krishna
M.Tech.
& Ph.D.
Professor Image
Processing &
Computer
Vision
23 8
(Guiding)
Dr. K Karteeka Pavan
MCA
& Ph.D.
Professor Bio-
Informatics
Data Mining
15 --
Sri. B. Venkateswarlu M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D

Assoc.
Professor
Image
Processing
and Network
Security
30 --
Sri. M. Ramesh M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Assoc.
Professor
Digital Image
Processing &
Data Mining
18 --
Sri. G.Rama Mohan
Babu
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Assoc.
Professor
Pattern
Recognition
15 --
Sri. B. Hemanth
Kumar
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Assoc.
Professor
Semantic
Web
18 --
Sri. G. Srinivasa Rao
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Assoc.
Professor
Digital Image
Processing
22 --
Sri. M. Pompapathi
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Asst.
Professor
Digital Image
Processing
12 --
Sri. M.V.Bhujanga
Rao
M.Tech. Asst.
Professor
CSE 15 --
Sri V.SeshaSrinivas M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Asst.
Professor
Data Mining
& Algorithms
14 --
Ms. N.Neelima
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Asst.
Professor
Pattern
Recognition
6 --
Ms. B.Manasa M.Tech. Asst.
Professor
CSE 5 --
Mr.V.Venakata
Srinivas
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 4 --
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Ms.T.Pushpa J yothi
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 4 --
Mr.K.Subramanyam
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 6 --
Mr.B.SatishBabu
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 4 --
Sri. M.Siddardha
Kumar
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 3 --
Sri. A. Yeswanth
Kumar
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 2 --
Sri. K.GowriSankar
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 3 --
Smt. G. Swetha
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 3 --
Ms. K. Parvathi Devi
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 3 --
Mr. K. Srinivasa Rao
M.Tech.
Asst.
Professor
CSE 6 --
Smt. Y. Madulika
M.Tech
Pursuing
Ph.D
Asst.
Professor
Data Mining 3 --

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information:

Department doesnt have any temporary faculty.

9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:

UG Programme : 17:1
PG Programme : 9:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled:

Academic Support Staff(technical) Details

Sanctioned Filled
Programmer 2 2
Computer Operator 1 1

Administrative Staff Details

Sanctioned Filled
Office subordinate 1 1

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11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.

Number of faculty with ongoing projects: 01

Project
Type
Year
wise
No. Name of the project
Name of
the
funding
agency /
Industry
Total
grant
received
Major
projects
2012-
13
1 Segmentation of medical
images using multi-
objective evolutionary
optimization
DST 9.75196
Lakhs

12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received

Project
Type
Year
wise
Name of the project Name of the
funding
agency /
Industry
Total
grant
received
Major
project
2012-13 Segmentation of medical
images using multi-
objective evolutionary
optimization
DST 9.75196
Lakhs
Major
project
2009-10 Voice Over Internet
Protocol (VOIP)
AICTE
MODROBS
5 Lakhs

13. Research facility with national recognition

The Department doesnt have any research facility/center at state/national/
international level.

14. Publications:

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) :
International - 35
National - 2
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities, International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.):

30

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Citation Index range / average- 10 - 45
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor range / average-
1 Paper with Impact Factor: 0.2 to 3.
H-index : 4
15. Details of patents and income generated.

The department doesnt have any patents.

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated.

The department doesnt have any consultancy.

17. Faculty recharging strategies.

Most of the faculty members are improving their knowledge by
attending the quality improvement programs and presenting research
papers in seminars & National / International conferences, in the
institute & outside the institute.
The number of faculty members attended various quality improvement
programs are given below:

Orientation
programmes
Staff training
conducted by
the College
Staff training conducted
by University/other
colleges
Summer / winter
schools,
workshops, etc.
(attended)
01 01 09 68

18. Student projects

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
100%
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries
/ institutes:
NIL

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by

Faculty : NIL
Doctoral / post-doctoral fellows : NIL
Students : NIL

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20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

List of Seminars / Workshops Organized

Title of the Event National/
International
Resource Person Funding
Workshop on
Business
Intelligence and
Data warehousing
using IBM
Infosphere
National
Shri M.Dutta,KEYSOFT
Solutions
RVR & J C
College of Engg.
Work shop on
MOODLE Course
Management
system

National IIIT - HYD RVR & J C
College of Engg
Staff Development
programme on
Web Security
National RVR & J C Staff,
Precision Technologies,
IIIT - HYD, Infosys
HYD, DRDO Blore,
and ORACLE.
RVR & J C
College of Engg
Workshop on
Image analysis &
Recognition
National Prof. B.L.Deekshitulu ,
UoH,Hyderabad,
Dr. L.Pratap Reddy
J NTU,Hyderabad,
Dr.S.Srinivas Kumar,
J NTU,Kakinada,
Dr.N.B.Venkateswarulu,
GVIP college of Engg.
Visakhapatnam
Dr. V. Vijay Kumar,
RGMIT,Nandyala

RVR & J C
College of Engg

21. Student profile course-wise for 2012-13 passed out batch:

Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Applications
Received
Selected Pass percentage
Male Female Male Female
B.Tech(IT) -- 71 62 56.33 87.09



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22. Diversity of students

Name of the
course
(refer question
no. 2)
% of
students
from the
college
%
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
states
% of
students
from other
countries
B.Tech (IT) 0 100 0 0
M.Tech (CST) 5.5 100 0 0


23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?


Name of the
Examination
No of students appeared
for examination
No of Students Qualified
for examinations
2
0
1
2


1
3

GRE 11 11
TOFEL 1 1
GMAT 2 2
GATE 49 3
CAT 1 0
Others 5 0

24. Student progression

Student Progression Percentage against enrolled
UG to PG 13.53
PG to M.Phil. --
PG to Ph.D. --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

14.28
9.02

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
Of the same parent university 34.78
From the other universities within the State 52.18
From the other universities from other States 13.04

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period:
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27. Present details about infrastructural facilities:

a) Library

Apart from the central library the department is maintaining a separate
library with 395 titles and 395 volumes for quick reference by the staff
members. Lab manuals, Academic regulations, Syllabi, B.Tech. Project
reports are also kept in the department library for reference.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students:

Yes, The Department is providing Internet facilities (16Mbps Leased
line & 40Mbps VPNoBB connection under NMEICT project initiated
by ministry of HRD) for all staff & students.

c) Total number of class rooms : 7
d) Class rooms with ICT facility : 3
e) Students laboratories : 2

List of Servers in the Department:

S.No. Server Configuration
Operating
System
Purpose of the
Server
1. Single AMD OPTRON 2280 dual
core @ 2.6 GHz Processor, 32
GB RAM, 4 * 146 GB SAS HDD
Microsoft 2008

College
Domain

2. INTEL Xeon 3.50 GHz, 2 GB
RAM, 3 * 145 GB SCSI HDD
Red Hat Linux
3.0
College
Domain (Linux
Server)
3. P series 510 1.5 GHz AIX V 5.2,
AIX 5 L PWR V5.3 1 CPU
Susi Linux Internet server
4. INTEL Xeon X 7460 @ 2.67
GHz Processor, 16 GB ECC
RAM, 4 * 146 GB SAS HDD
Susi Linux

Internet Stand
By Server

5. INTEL Xeon 2.8 GHz Dual
Processor, 2 GB RAM4 X 72 GB
SCSI HDD
SME Server

Web server


Clients- 147 : Intel Core i3 550 Processor (3.2 GHz / 4M Cache), 4 GB
RAM, 500GB/1 TB HDD , and Intel - core 2 duo E8400 processors, 3GHz ,
3GB RAM , 160 GB HDD

f) Research laboratories: 1
S.No Server Configuration
Operating
System
Purpose of
the Server
1. Intel Xeon X3430 Processor(2.4 GHz,
8 MB Cache, 2-core)Memory Std : 4
Cent OS VOIP
Applications
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GB DDR-3-1333 MHz, UB,
ECCMemory Max: 16 GB thru 4
DIMM slotsHDD: 1 x 500 GB SATA
Non Hot PlugRAID Controller: HP
Embedded Smart Array B110i SATA
RAID Controller (RAID 0/1/10)
Network Interface: Embedded NC 107i
PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Server
Adapter

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.

Academic Year No. of Students
2013-14 20
2012-13 12
2011-12 5
2009-10 20

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development
of new program(s)?If so, give the methodology.

M Tech Computer Science and Technology program was developed.
Assessment exercise was undertaken before the development of the
course basing on
Heavy demand from the students for opting this course.
Feedback from the alumni.
Suggestions from the industrialists.
Space and Laboratory facilities.

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes, at the time of framing the syllabus the feedback about the
curriculum is collected from each faculty and that will be considered in
the BOS meeting.

b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?

Yes. At the end of the semester Feedback about faculty members is
collected and evaluated to enhance the effectiveness of instruction in the
college. The same is intimated to the faculty member.

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c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response
of the department to the same?

A representative of the Alumni and industry is part of the board of
studies and their suggestions are taken into consideration in reviewing
the curriculum.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

Name of the
Alumni
e-mail Batch Contact
No.
Designation Company
Name
ViswaChaitanya
Bellamkonda
bellamkonda@
hcl.com
1998-
2002
9940167068
Group
Technical
Manager,
Chennai
HCL
J . Vamsidhar Vamsidhar.jan2
am@gmail.com
2004-
2008
7799666558
CEO &
Founder
Delano
Software
Solutions

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.

On regular basis, Department of IT in coordination with departments of CSE
& CA is conducting CISSOIREE, a National Level Technical Students Meet
for the last 12 years.Around 300 to 400 participants from all over India are
actively participating in this event. There are total 9 events. Resource persons
are invited for giving keynote address and as J udges for the conduct of the
programme.

Guest Lectures Conducted Resource Person
Video Processing
Dr. C.Krishna Mohan,
Associate Professor
IIT, Hyderabad
Cloud Computing
Dr. K.Thammi Reddy,
Professor, GITAM University
VOIP Applications
Shri. Ch. Chakradhar, M/s
Lven, Hyderabad

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Standard black board presentation
Model presentation with assembled & dissembled working models
Power point presentation with LCD projector (For special topics)
Over Head Projector (OHP)
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Video lectures
Group discussions
Group assignments/projects
Presentations
Lecture with quiz

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

The department ensures the curriculum is designed to meet the
learning outcome.
The course is taught in such a way that the objectives are fulfilled.
Meetings are held at a regular frequency to periodically monitor the
outcomes.
Corrective measures for deviations if any, are suggested.
The Department regularly gets feedback from outgoing students,
senior faculty members from other institutions visiting the college
and alumni member for monitoring the learning outcomes.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

The department has been participating in the extension activities like
Exhibitions, NCC, NSS, Blood Donations, Model Exhibition, Open house
of college.

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

To make the students aware of the latest trends in the profession and to
gain practical experience in the field the following activities are arranged
at regular intervals:
Guest lectures from eminent professionals.
Participating in workshops and conferences.
Internship in Industries.
Industrial tours.
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Givedetails.
Yes.
Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2007 for 3 years.
#File No. NBA/ACCR-913/2007 dated: 12.09.2007
validity w.e.f. 12.09.2007.
Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2012 for 2 years.
#File No. 11-104/2010/NBA dated: 08.11.2012 validity w.e.f.
28.08.2012.
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38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of thedepartment

Strengths:

1) Teaching-Learning process good.
2) Academic results good.
3) Disciplined students.
4) Adequate lab equipment.
5) Continuing education programs in collaboration with engineering
departments.
Weakness:

1) R&D efforts to be improved.
2) Lack of external funding support from Government & private/
corporate agencies.
3) No Patents.
4) No Ph.D. course.
5) Lack of Consultancy works from industry.

Opportunities:

1) Improve research activities by utilizing the services of the
students doing mini & final year projects.
Challenges:

1) Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern techniques/ tools
necessary in Teaching / projects.
2) Academic ambience.
3) 100% placement.
4) Providing more industrial exposure to students.
5) To see that all faculty have Ph.D. degree.

39. Future plans of the department:

1) Department will give more emphasis for improving teaching
methods.
2) Organize workshops and lectures by distinguished Professors
from International/National Institutes.
3) Projects will be selected to cater the needs of industries in the
surrounding areas.
4) To conduct International/National Conferences in the near future.
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7. Evaluative Report of Mechanical Engineering Department

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment:

Mechanical Engineering Department

Year of Establishment: 1985
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

S.No. Name of the program offered Remarks
1. Mechanical Engineering B.Tech (Full-time)
2. Machine Design M.Tech (Full-time)

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:

S.No
.
Interdisciplinary courses offered Name of the
Department
1. ME-111 Engineering Mathematics-I
ME-121 Engineering Mathematics-II
ME-124 Technical English & Communication Skills
ME-162 English Language Lab
ME-211 Computational Techniques
ME-253 Communication Skills Lab
ME-221 Probability & Complex Analysis
ME-363 Advanced Communication Skills Lab
Mathematics &
Humanities
2. ME-112 Engineering Physics-I
ME-122 Engineering Physics-II
ME-161 Physics Lab
Physics
3. ME-113 Engineering Chemistry-I
ME-123 Engineering Chemistry-II
ME-151 Chemistry Lab
Chemistry
4. ME-114 C- Programming
ME-153 C- Programming Lab
ME-415 Open Elective (Two)
Computer
Science &
Engineering
5. ME-223 Electrical Technology
ME-353 Electrical & Electronics Lab
ME-415 Open Elective (Two)
Electrical &
Electronic
Engineering
6. ME-227 Environmental Studies
ME-415 Open Elective (Two)
Chemical
Engineering
7. ME-316 Basic Electronics & Microprocessors
ME-353 Electrical & Electronics Lab
ME-415 Open Elective (Two)
Electronics &
Communicatio
n Engineering
8. ME-415 Open Elective (Two) Civil Engg
9. ME-415 Open Elective (Two) Information
Technology


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4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system:
Semester based Fixed Grading Credit System
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments:

S.No.
Name of the courses handled for other
departments
Name of the
other
department(s)
1. CE-116 Engineering Graphics
CE -162 Workshop (Lab)
CE-226 Elements of Electrical & Mechanical Engg.
CE-415 Robotics (Open Elective-1)
CE-415 Operations Research(Open Elective-1)
Civil
Engineering
2. CHE -153 Engineering Graphics Lab
CHE -162 Workshop (Lab)
CHE-222 Applied Mechanics & Mechanical Engg.
CHE-415 Robotics (Open Elective-1)
CHE-415 Operations Research(Open Elective-1)
Chemical
Engineering
3. CS -125 Mechanics for Engineers
CS -153 Engineering Graphics Lab
CS -162 Workshop (Lab)
CS-415 Robotics (Open Elective-1)
CS-415 Operations Research(Open Elective-1)

Computer
Science &
Engineering
4. EC -115 Mechanics for Engineers
EC -152 Workshop (Lab)
EC -163 Engineering Graphics Lab
EC-415 Robotics (Open Elective-1)
EC-415 Operations Research(Open Elective-1)


Electronics &
Communications
Engineering



5.
EE-115 Mechanics for Engineers
EE-152 Workshop (Lab)
EE-163 Engineering Graphics Lab
EE-225 Mechanical Technology
EE-263 Mechanical Technology Lab
EE-415 Robotics (Open Elective-1)
EE-415 Operations Research(Open Elective-1)



Electrical &
Electronics
Engineering

6.
IT-125 Mechanics for Engineers
IT -153 Engineering Graphics Lab
IT -162 Workshop (Lab)
IT-415Robotics (Open Elective-1)
IT-415Operations Research(Open Elective-1)

Information
Technology
7. MCA- 303 Operations Research Computer
Applications
8. BUS-2.2 Management Science Management
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6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Designation Sanctioned Filled
Professor 5 5
Associate Professors 8 8
Asst. Professors 20 20

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.):

S.
No.
Name of the Faculty Designation
Qualifi
cation
Specializati
on
Years
of
Experi
ence
No of Ph.D.
students
guided
in the last
4 years
1 Dr.K.Ravindra Professor &
HOD
Ph.D.

Computer
Aided
Inspection
25 ongoing 3
submitted-1
2 Dr.K.Srinivas Professor Ph.D.

Machine
Design
23 guided 3
ongoing - 5
3 Dr. D.V.V.Krishna Prasad Professor Ph.D.

Production
Engineering
23 on going - 1
4 Dr. V.Chittaranjan Das Professor
Ph.D.

Design &
Production
of Machine
Tools
26 on going - 4
5 Dr. G.Srinivasa Rao Professor Ph.D.

Industrial
Engg.
17+2 on going - 4
6 Dr. C.Srinivas Assoc.
Professor
Ph.D.

Industrial
Engg.
17 NIL
7 Dr. N.V.V.S. Sudheer Assoc.
Professor
Ph.D.

Heat Power
Engg.(R&A
/C)
16 NIL
8 Dr. B.Ramgopal Reddy Assoc.
Professor
Ph.D.

Design &
Production
of Machine
Tools
15 NIL
9 Sri K.Bala Prasad Assoc.
Professor
M.Tech

Thermal
Sciences
18 NIL
10 Dr. G.Chaitanya Assoc.
Professor
Ph.D.

CAD 10 NIL
11 Dr.N.Govind Assoc.
Professor
Ph.D. Production 15 NIL
12 Sri K.Praveen Kumar Asst.Prof M.Tech

Production
Engg.
9 NIL


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13 Dr. B.Ravi Sankar Asst.Prof Ph.D. Production
Engg.
9 NIL
14 Sri G.Kishore Chowdary Asst.Prof M.Tech

Foundry &
Forge Tech.
13 NIL
15 Sri R.Srinivasulu Asst.Prof M.E.

Robotics &
Automation
14 NIL
16 Mrs.S.Radhika Asst.Prof M.Tech CAD/CAM 7 NIL
17 Sri D.Sameer Kumar Asst.Prof M.Tech CAD/CAM 7 NIL
18 Ms.D.Swapna Asst.Prof
M.Tech
CAD/CAM 7 NIL
19 Sri V.Rama Koteswara
Rao
Asst.Prof M.Tech

Production 11 NIL
20 Ms. K.Lakshmi
Chaitanya
Asst.Prof M.Tech
.

CAD/CAM 8 NIL
21 Sri Ch.Deva
Raj
Asst.Prof M.Tech

CAD/CAM 9 NIL
22 Sri K.Srikanth Asst.Prof M.Tech

Industrial
Metallurgy
7 NIL
23 Sri. C.Tara
Sasanka
Asst.Prof M.Tech

CAD/CAM 5 NIL
24 Sri V.Tara Chand Asst.Prof M.Tech

Thermal
Engineering
4 NIL
25 Sri. J .Rangaraya
Chowdary
Asst.Prof M.Tech

Machine
Design
3 NIL
26 Sri. M.Ravi Kumar Asst.Prof M.E.

CAD/CAM 2 NIL
27 Ms. K. Bharati Asst.Prof M.Tech CAD/CAM 1 NIL
28 Sri. J.Purushotham
Karthik
Asst.Prof M.Tech

CAD/CAM

1 NIL
29 Ms. Sneha H
Dhoria
Asst.Prof M.Tech

Industrial
Production
Engineering
3 NIL
30 Sri. Md. Hasheer Asst.Prof M.Tech

Heat
Transfer &
Energy
Engineering
3 NIL
31 Sri. D. Kondal Rao Asst.Prof M.Tech

CAD/CAM

4 NIL
32 Sri G.S.V.Rao Assoc.
Professor
M.E. Thermal
Engineering
44 NIL
33 Ms.M.Vijaya Asst.Prof M.Tech CAD/CAM 4 NIL

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information:
There is no temporary staff in the Department.



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9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:

S.No. Name of the Programme
Student /
Teacher Ratio
1. U.G (B.Tech - Mechanical Engineering) 16 : 1
2. P.G (M.Tech Machine Design) 12 : 1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled:

Staff Category Sanctioned Filled
Technical Staff 9 9
Administrative Staff 4 4

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.:

Ongoing Projects:-
a) National Funding Agencies-

S. No. Project Title
Funding
Agency
Principal
Investigator
Amount (Rs.)
1. Development of High
Strength Polymer Matrix
Composites reinforced
with metallic glass
particulates
AICTE
RPS
Dr. K.Ravindra 11,90,000/-
2. Fabrication and
Characterization of Nano
Al
2
O
3
reinforced
Magnesium Metal Matrix
Composites
UGC-
MRP
Dr. K.Ravindra 4,36,000/-
3. Tool Condition
monitoring based on
Acoustic Emission
Techniques
UGC-
MRP
Dr. K.Srinivas 8,07,500/-

b) International National Funding Agencies-
Nil
c) Total Grants Received:

Rs. 24,33,500/-


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12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received :

S. No. Project Title
Funding
Agency
Principal
Investigator/
Coordinator
Amount (Rs.)
1.
Development of High Strength
Polymer Matrix Composites
reinforced with metallic glass
particulates
AICTE
RPS
Dr. K.Ravindra 11,90,000/-
2.
Fabrication and Characterization of
Nano Al
2
O
3
reinforced Magnesium
Metal Matrix Composites
UGC-MRP Dr. K.Ravindra 4,36,000/-
3.
Tool Condition monitoring based on
Acoustic Emission Techniques
UGC-MRP Dr. K.Srinivas 8,07,500/-
4.
National Seminar on Futuristic trends
in Nano composites and their
fabrication
DST
Seminar
Dr. V.C.Das 40,000/-
5. Modernization of CAM Lab
AICTE
MODROBS
Dr. K.Ravindra 11 Lakhs
6.
National Seminar on Metal matrix
composites
AICTE
Seminar
Dr. V.C.Das 60,000/-
7.
Modernization of Thermal Sciences
Lab
AICTE
MODROBS
Dr. K.Ravindra 4 Lakhs
8. Modernization of CAM Lab
AICTE
MODROBS
Sri
K.Pameswara
Rao
9 Lakhs
9. Modernization of Mechatronics Lab
AICTE
MODROBS
Dr. K.V.J .Rao 12 Lakhs
10.
Standardization of Processes in
Manufacturing of Composite
materials
AICTE
TAPTEC
Sri G.
Bhanuprakash
Babu
6 Lakhs
11. Modernization of CAD Lab
AICTE
MODROBS
Dr. K.V.J .Rao 11 Lakhs
12. Modernization of CAD/CAM Lab
AICTE
R&D
Dr. K.V.J .Rao 5 Lakhs
13.
Fabrication of Regulators for Bio-
Gas Plant
NEDCAP BVRK Reddy 5,000/-
14.
Effectiveness of Fuel Injection
Systemfor 4-S, 4-Cylinder Petrol
Engine
APCOST K.Ravindra 5,000/-
15.
Design & Fabrication of Fuel
Injection Systemfor 2-S, 1-Cylinder
Petrol Engine
APCOST K. Hari Babu 5,000/-
16.
Design & Fabrication of Solar
Refrigerator
APCOST BVRK Reddy 5,000/-
17. Desalination of Salt Water using APCOST I.Ramesh 5,000/-


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Solar Energy
18.
Hydrogen Gas Generation by Water
Electrolysis using Solar Energy
APCOST BVRK Reddy 5,000/-
19.
Development of Software for PC
controlled Robot Arm
APCOST Dr. K.V.J .Rao 22,300/-

Total Grants ----Rs.83,85,800/-
13. Research facility / centre with

State level-

NEDCAP Non-Conventional Energy Development
Corporation of Andhra Pradesh, recognizing the department as a
research center, has sanctioned research grant to student
projects.
APCOST - Andhra Pradesh Council for Science &
Technology, Hyderabad, recognized the department as a
research center and sanctioned research grants to six student
projects.

National Level-

AICTE - All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi
DST - Directorate of Science and Technology, New Delhi
UGC - University Grants Commission, new Delhi

14. Publications:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)

57 Papers are published by faculty in National and International peer reviewed
J ournals.

List of Publications Faculty Wise

S.No. Name
2012-13 2011-12 2010 -11 2009-10
Up to
2009
Total
IJ NJ IJ NJ IJ NJ IJ NJ IJ NJ
1. Dr. K.Ravindra 2 2 2 6
2. Dr. K.Srinivas 4 2 1 3 1 3 4 18
3. Dr. D.V.V.K.Prasad 2 1 3
4. Dr. V.C.Das 3 3 1 7
5. Dr. G.SrinivasaRao 5 1 1 1 1 9
6. Sri G.S.V.Rao 3 3


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7. Dr. C.Srinvas 1 1 3 1 6
8. Dr.
N.V.V.S.Sudheer
1 1 2
9. Dr. B.R.G.Reddy 1 2 1 4
10. Sri K.Bala Prasad 1 1
11. Dr. G.Chaitanya 2 2 1 5
12. Dr.N.Govind 3 3
13. Sri.K.Praveen
Kumar
1 1
14. Dr.B.Ravi Sankar 2 2
15. Sri.R.Srinivasulu 9 9
16. Ms. S.Radhika 1 1
17. Sri. D.Sameer
Kumar
1 1 2 4
18. Ms. D.Swapna 1 1
19. Sri.V.R.K.Rao 1 1
20. Ms. K.Lakshmi
Chaitanya
2 2
21. Sri.Ch.Devaraj 1 1 1 1 4
22. Sri.K. Sreekanth 1 1
23. Sri.C.Tara Sasanka 4 4
24. Sri J .Rangaraya
Chowdary
1 1
25. Sri.J .Purushotham
Karthick
3

3
26. Ms. K. Bharathi
1

1
27. Sri.M.Ravi Kumar
1

1

Monographs

Nil

Chapter(s) in Books

Nil
Editing Books

Professor K.Ravindra, HOD, has edited the text book STRENGTH
OF MATERIALS by S.S.Rattan, and published by TMH.
Sri G.S.Virabhadra Rao, Associate Professor, edited the Monogram
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS- of Center for Distance Education of
Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.


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Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers

J . Purushotham Karthik, C. Tara Sasanka and K. Lakshmi Chaitanya
published a book entitled, Fatigue life prediction of a parabolic
spring, Lambert publishers in Nov 2012. ISBN: 978-3-659-29707-6.

K. Lakshmi Chaitanya co-authored a book, with Prof K. Vara Prasada
Rao, entitled Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Khanna
Publishers, Third Ed in 2009. ISBN: 81-7409-0603-0.

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

57
Citation Index range / average

Nil

SNIP

Nil

SJR
0.16 0.69

Impact factor range / average

0.69 2.94
h-index
3

15. Details of patents and income generated

Nil
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated

Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies

Training on Software, Training on Machine Operation are used for faculty
recharging strategies.
Conducting and attending Faculty Development Programmes conducted
by the college and other institutions in the country.
Presenting papers in National & International Conferences.
Publishing papers in National & International J ournals.


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Attending special lectures and guest lectures.
Guiding M.Tech. Thesis.
Guiding Ph.D. scholars in their research.

Number of Staff attending various Recharging Strategies-

Year. Workshops Seminars
Conferences
National
Conferences
International
Refresher
Courses
Total
2012-13 12 29 3 8 12 64
2011-12 5 2 9 1 4 21
2010-11 3 2 1 10 1 17
2009-10 4 1 - - 6 11

18. Student projects

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-
departmental:

S. No. Name of the Programme
Percentage of students doing
in-house projects
1. U.G (B.Tech ME) 75
2. P.G (M.Tech Machine Design) 90

percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /
institutes:

S.No. Name of the Programme
Percentage of students doing
in-house projects
1. U.G (B.Tech ME) 25
2. P.G (M.Tech Machine Design) 10

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by

Faculty:
Dr. Kolla Srinivas, Professor received the Corps of Mechanical and Electrical
Gold Medal for his paper titled Optimum Design of Axial Flow gas Turbine
stage using Genetic Algorithms in the 20
th
Indian Engineering Congress of
the Institution of Engineers (India) held at Kolkata during 15-18 December
2005.
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows :

Nil



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Students :

S.No. Batch
Number of Papers
/ Designs
presented
Number of
Students who
participated
Number of Awards
received
1 2012-13 42 79 I-11, II-4, III-1 (16)
2 2011-12 1 20 --
3 2010-11 8 22 I-1, II-1, III-1 (3)
4 2009-10 1 4 --

20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

S.No.
Name of the Program Source of
Funding
Program
Dates
National /
International
No.of
Participants
1
National Conference on
Futuristic trends of
Nano Composites and
their fabrication
(FTNCF)
DST
6.09.2013
To
7.09.2013
National 170
2
National Conference on
"RECENT ADVANCES
IN MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
(NCRAME-14)"
RVRJ CCE
7.07.2011
to
8.07.2011
National 90
3
National Seminar on
METAL MATRIX
COMPOSITES
AICTE
29.09.2010
to
30.09.2010
National 60
4
National Seminar on
MICRO
MACHINING
AICTE
19.12.2008
to
20.12.2008
National 60
5
Induction Training for
Young Teachers
RVRJ CCE
10.01.2002
to
11.01.2002
National

30

6
Induction Training for
Young Teachers
RVRJ CCE
27.04.1998
to
28.08.1998
National 30
7
Induction Training for
Young Teachers
RVRJ CCE
22.04.1995
to
24.04.1995
National 30







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The following were the Distinguished Participants in the above programs of
the Department.

S.No. Name of the Distinguished Participants
1
Dr. Tata Narasinga Rao
Scientist F & TeamLeader, ARCI, Hyderabad.
2
Dr. Pawan Kumar Jain
Scientist F, Head of the Centre, ARCI, Hyderabad.
3
Dr.Anil Kumar
Scientist F, Group Head,
Advanced Systems Laboratory, DRDO, Hyderabad.
4
Dr.G.RajaRamProfessor,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.
5
Dr. Dibakar Das
School of Engineering & Sciences and Technology
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.
6
Dr. V. V. Raghavendra Sai
Biomedical Engineering & Applied Mechanics,
IIT-Madras, Chennai.
7
Dr. Ing. Vadali. V. S. S. Srikanth
SEST, University of Hyderabad
8
Dr. N. Venkata Reddy
Professor, Mechanical Engineering, IIT, Kanpur
9
Dr. D. Nageswara Rao
Professor, Mechanical Engineering,
A.U. College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam
10
Dr. J . Babu Rao
Professor, Metallurgy,
A.U. College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam.
11
Dr. Pawan Kumar Jain
Scientist F, ARCI, Hyderabad.
12
Dr. S. Kamaluddin
Professor & HoD, Mechanical Engineering,
GITAM University, Visakhapatnam.
13
Sri K.K.K. Sanyasi Raju
Scientist F, NSTL, Visakhapatnam.

21. Student profile course-wise

Name of the Course

Applications
received
Selected Pass percentage
Male Female Male Female
U.G (B.Tech ME) -- 93 27 65.88 21.66
P.G (M.Tech
CAD/CAM)
---
10 01 81.82 9.09
P.G (M.Tech Machine
Design)
Started in
2013-14
12 06 -- --



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22. Diversity of students

Name of the Course

% of students
from the
College
% of students
from the
State
% of students
from other
States
% of students
from other
countries
U.G.(B.Tech. ME)
-- 100 Nil Nil
P.G.(M.Tech.
Machine Design)
30 100 Nil Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?

S.
S.No.
Name of
competitive
examination
No. of
students
cleared the
exams
2012-13
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2011-12
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2010-11
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2009-10
1. GATE 35 12 11 2
2. CAT 5 -- -- --
3. GRE 30 6 8 13
4. TOEFL/ IELTS 30 6 8 13
24. Student progression

Percentage against enrolled students-
UG B.Tech.

Student progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
UG to PG 12.9 22.7 9.17 20.0
PG to M.Phil. -- -- -- --
PG to Ph.D. 12.0
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

25.0
10.0

46.72
16.0

48.57
12.38

15.38
28.85
Entrepreneurs 1.0 -- -- --
PG M.Tech.

Student progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
PG to Ph.D. 9.1 14.3 27.8 25.0
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus
recruitment

--
63.6

--
64.3

--
50.0

--
37.5
Entrepreneurs -- -- -- --



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25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university 27.27
from other universities within the State 45.45
from other universities from other States 27.27

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.

Year
No.of Faculty
awarded Ph.D
2012-13 4
2011-12 2
2010-11 --
2009-10 1


27. Present details about infrastructural facilities:

a) Library Department

Titles- 579
Volumes-748 (363 are from central Library)
b) Internet facilities for staff and students

Available
c) Total number of class rooms

12
d) Class rooms with ICT facility

4

e) Students laboratories

Laboratory Name Area in (sq.m)
Workshops 405
Thermal Sciences Lab 405
CAM Lab 108
Kinematics & Vibrations Lab 108
Metrology Lab 108
Mechatronics Lab 54
Machine shop 299
Foundry Lab 220
CAD Lab 340




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f) Research laboratories

Research Centre 108 (sq.m)

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.

Some of our students are getting financial assistance from the college
authorities to pursue their studies since they belong to economically backward
but meritorious category.

Academic Year 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 208-09 2007-08
No. of Scholarships 26 15 5 19 12
Total Amount in Rs.
520000/- 285000/- 75000/- 215000/- 120000/-

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

Based on the demand of the program in single window counseling.
Based on J ob opportunities in that area.
Considering the suggestions given by the Stake-holders.
Discussion with the Management, Principal, Deans & Heads of the
department.

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes. All the faculty members participate in curriculum development and
revision.

b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?

Yes. Evaluation of teaching of each teacher is done through feedback
collected from the students at the end of each semester in each subject. It is
analysed and communicated to the staff members for review and improvement
of teaching-learning process.

c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the
response of the department to the same?

Yes. Feedback from Alumni and employers is obtained frequently and their
valuable suggestions are used to upgrade the syllabus, upgrade teaching
methodology, facilitate placement & higher study opportunities.



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31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S. No. Batch Name Designation Organization
1 1985-89 Mr.Y.Umesh
Wing
Commander
IAF
2 1985-89 Mr.M.Lakshmana Rao Vice-President
Infotech Enterprises,
Hyderabad.
3 1985-89 Mr.M.V.H.Kishore
General
Manager
Visakhapatnam
Steel Plant,
Visakhapatnam.
4 1986-90 Dr.N.Venkata Reddy Professor IIT, Hyderabad.
5 1988-92 Mr.S.Hazarattaiah
Regional
Divisional
Manager
Diesel Loco Shed,
S.C. Railway,
Guntakal.
6 1989-93 Mr.G.Venkateswarlu Vice-President
Tech-Mahindra,
Hyderabad.
7 1990-94 Mr.S.Rajesh
Vice-President,
IT Solutions
Leader
GENPAC,
Sunnyvale, CA,
USA.
8 1991-95
Mr. N. Dinakara
Laxmana
President &
CEO
EMPOWERMX,
Irving, TX, USA.
9 1992-96 Mr.K.Balaji
Scientist-F /
Sr. Engineer
Space Craft
Mechanisms Group,
ISRO, Bengaluru.
10 1992-96
Mr. Naveen
Surapaneni
Head Business
& Marketing
Bharathi-Airtel,
Gurgaon,
Haryana

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special
lectures/workshops/seminars) with external experts.

Guest Lectures:

S.No. Topic Name of the Expert Designation
2012-13
1 Fits Operation and
maintenance of
Thermal Power Stations
Sri. P.Sathya
Narayana
Divisional Engineer,
NTT Power station,
Vijayawada.
2 Fits and Tolerances in
industrial Applications
Sri. P.V.P. Sarma Director, Veljan Hydrair
Ltd, Hyderabad.
3 Transforming Indians
to transform India
Sri. Brahmachari
Kushal
Chaitanya Chinmaya
Mission, Guntur.


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4 Motivation to join in
Defense as an officer
Col. Afsar Abbas J afir
,
Director, Recruiting,
Defense Services.
5 Taguchi and Response
Surface Methodology
Sri K. Satyanarayana, NIT, Warangal.
6 Nanomaterial-based
Technologies: An
Indian
Perspective
Dr. Tata Narasinga
Rao
Scientist F & TeamLeader,
ARCI, Hyderabad.
7 Synthesis of carbon
Nanomaterial
and their applications
Dr. Pawan Kumar J ain
Scientist F,
Head of the Centre
ARCI, Hyderabad.
8 Nanocomposites for
Defense Applications
Dr.Anil Kumar
Scientist F, Group Head,
Advanced Systems
Laboratory,
DRDO, Hyderabad.
9 Micro Nano Fabrication Dr.G.RajaRam Professor
University of Hyderabad
Hyderabad.
10 Chemical Mechanical
Planarization (CMP)
a novel method to
achieve Nano finishing
of the surface
Dr. Dibakar Das
School of Engineering
Sciences and Technology
(SEST),
University of Hyderabad,
Hyderabad.
11 Biomedical applications
of Nanocomposites and
Nano Materials
Dr. V. V.
Raghavendra Sai
Biomedical Engineering,
Dept. of Applied
Mechanics, IIT-Madras,
Chennai.
12 Diamond
Nanocomposite
thin films
Dr.-Ing. Vadali. V. S.
S. Srikanth
SEST, University of
Hyderabad
2011-12
13 A Flexible
Manufacturing Process:
Incremental Forming
Dr. N. Venkata Reddy Professor , Department
of Mechanical Engg,
IIT, Kanpur
14 Mind Mapping Sri. N.Nageswara Rao DGM, IOCL, Mumbai.
15 Opportunities for
mechanical Engineers
Sri K.V.Subbarayudu Dy. Chief Materials
Manager, SC Railway,
Secunderabad.
2010-11
16 Nano materials & its
applications
Sri K.Veerabrahmam Scientist D, DRDL,
Hyderabad .
17 Leadership Air Commodore
A.S.BAHAL
VM, Deputy Director
General, NCC,


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Secunderabad.
18 Prospects in Indian Air
Force
Sri K.Raghava Flying Officer, Indian
Air Force.
19 Non Destructive
Testing Casting &
Weldments
Dr. K.V.Sai Srinath Professor in Mechanical
Engineering, NIT,
Warangal.
20 Road Map to Success Sri Y. Satyanarayana Dy. Commissioner,
Commercial Taxes,
Hyderabad.
2009-10
21 You are the Top Dr.M.Rama Rao Professor in Civil Engg
RVR&J CCE, Guntur.
22 J oining of Advanced
Materials & Processing
Dr.G.Madhusudan
Reddy
DMRL, Hyderabad.
23 Body Language Sr.T.S.R.K.Prasad Lecturer, RVR&J CCE,
Guntur.
24 Magic Key for
Magnificent
Achievement
Sri.Y.Satyanarayana Dy. Commissioner,
Commercial Taxes,
Hyderabad.
25 Mind Maps-A key to
Success
Dr.M.Rama Rao Professor, Civil Engg.,
RVR&J CCE, Guntur.
26 Manufacturing
Solutions using
Industrial Lasers
Dr. G. Padmanabham, Associate Director,
ARCI, Hyderabad
27 Nanotechnology and its
applications
Dr.K.Veera Brahmam,

Scientist C,
DRDL, Hyderabad.
28 Composite Materials
A review on Metal
Matrix Composites
Dr. J . Babu Rao Professor in Metallurgy,
AU College of Engg.,
Visakhapatnam.
29 Carbon Nano Tubes :
Synthesis and
applications
Dr. Pawan Kumar J ain Scientist F,
ARCI, Hyderabad.
30 Introduction to Nano
composites : Processing
and applications
Dr. J . Babu Rao Professor in Metallurgy,
AU College of Engg.,
Visakhapatnam.
31 Finite Element Analysis
Of Composites
Dr. S. Kamaluddin HoD & Professor in
Mechanical Engg,
GITAM University,
Visakhapatnam.
32 Manufacturing of
Composites
Dr. V.C. Das Professor in Mech. Engg,
RVRJ CCE, Guntur.


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33 Metal Matrix
Composites
Sri K.K.K. Sanyasi
Raju
Scientist F,
NSTL, Visakhapatnam.
34 Rapid prototyping in
Composites
Dr. K.Ravindra Professor in Mech. Engg,
RVRJ CCE, Guntur.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Black board based teaching.
Power Point presentation.
Presentation in E-class room.
With working models.
With experimental setup.

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Class Interaction Committees consisting of students and faculty
members are constituted and meetings are conducted during the
semester to monitor the learning outcomes.
Continuous assessment with 40% of marks for internals helps to ensure
the effectiveness of learning.
Conducting Project review meetings for final year students.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Students:

Participation in inter and intra college symposiums and paper
presentations.
Participation in cultural competitions.
Participation in department level and institution level associations.
Participation in sports events
Participation in N.C.C.
Participation in N.S.S.
Participation in social service.

Faculty:

Participation in administrative activities.
Participation in student welfare activities.


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Helping students in association activities.
Social Activities to benefit the nearby localities.
Participation in Sports & Games
Organizing NCC activities

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Industrial visits for students.
Industrial visits for faculty.
Conducting technical symposiums for students through departmental
associations.(MECHMANTRA, SAE Collegiate Club and Renewable
Energy Centre of RVRJ CCE)
Motivational talks from eminent academicians.
Energy audit activities in the campus.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

NBA Accreditation in 1999, 2002, 2007 and latest accreditation in
2012.
APSCHE grading in 2003.
TCS Accreditation.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department:

Strengths:

Qualified faculty
Research projects
Infrastructure
Laboratory & Library facilities
Alumni support

Weaknesses:

Consultancy work
Patents
Majority of students are from rural areas.
No nearby industries for demonstration of process of Industry.
No internship in medium and major industries.
Opportunities:

Good academic environment


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Innovation in teaching-learning process.
Highly motivated team of faculty and supporting staff.
Effective organizational structure.
Motivated students.

Challenges:

Industry institute interaction.
Development of Entrepreneurial skills.
Procurement of highly sophisticated lab equipment.
Non-residential nature of the campus.
Start of Center of Excellence in one of the specializations.

39. Future plans of the department.

Achieve 100% placement.
Get consultancy jobs.
Book publication by staff.
Specialized Research projects.
Good industrial training for students.
Strengthen R & D activities.
GATE training classes to improve percentage of passes.
Start interdisciplinary M.Tech. course.
Start Incubation centre with the assistance from MSME, New
Delhi.
Get at least one patent in the next few years.



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8. Evaluative Report of Computer Applications Department


1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS - 1995
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

Masters in Computer Applications (MCA)

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved

S.No. Interdisciplinary courses Departments involved
1. Accountancy and Financial
Management
Management Sciences
2. Probability & Statistics Mathematics & Humanities
3. Communication Skills Mathematics & Humanities
4. Operations Research Mechanical Engineering
5. Soft skills Mathematics & Humanities

4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
Semester
Choice Based Credit System(CBCS) w.e.f. 2013-2014
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
-NIL-
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Sanctioned Filled
Professor 1 -
Associate Professors 3 3
Asst. Professors 20 12

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D. /M.Phil. etc.)

S.No.
Name

Qualification Designation
No. of Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
students
guided in
the last 4
years
1 Ch.SrinivasaRao MCA, M.E., Assoc. Professor,
HOD
16 -
2 Ch. Suneetha MCA Assoc. Professor 15 -
3 M. Sridhar MCA Assoc. Professor 14 -


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4 I.NagaPadmaja MCA Asst. Professor 7 -
5 G.V.K.Kishore MCA Asst. Professor 13 -
6 M. Vasavi M.Sc.,
M.Tech.
Asst. Professor 7 -
7 Ch. SudhaSree MCA,
M.Tech.
Asst. Professor 7 -
8 T. Hymavathi MCA Asst. Professor 7 -
9 P. Siva Prasad MCA Asst. Professor 13 -
10 V. Sujatha Lakshmi MCA Asst. Professor 7 -
11 M. Chaitanya MCA Asst. Professor 7 -
12 B. Krishna Mohan MCA Asst. Professor 12 -
13 M. Brahmaiah MCA,
M.Tech.
Asst. Professor 4 -
14 K. Sri Rama Krishna MCA Pro Lecturer 1 -
15 K. Lakshmi Prasanna MCA Pro Lecturer 1 -

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information NIL

9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio 15:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled
Academic Support Staff Sanctioned Filled
Technical 2 2
Administrative 1 1

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.

a) ONE Mr.Ch.SrinivasaRao, Co-Principal Investigator
S.No. Ref.No. Project Title Grant
Sanctioned
Funding
Agency
Period
1
DST/TSG/
NTS/2012/7
9-G
Segmentation of Medical
Images Using Multi-objective
Evolutionary Optimization
Rs.11.34
Lakhs
DST,
New
Delhi
2 years


12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received
Rs.7.22 Lakhs by DST, New Delhi


13. Research facility / centre with
state recognition - NIL


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national recognition - NIL
international recognition - NIL

14. Publications:
number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) :

National 1, International -15
Monographs: -NIL-

Chapter(s) in Books : -NIL-
Editing Books: NIL-
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers: NIL-
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) -NIL-
Citation Index range / average



SNIP: NIL-
SJ R : -NIL-
Impact factor range / average







h-index - NIL-

15. Details of patents and income generated: -NIL-

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated : -NIL-

17. Faculty recharging strategies: FDP/SDP

18. Student projects
percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
0%
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes
- 100%
S.No Name of the Staff Citation Index
1. Smt.Ch.Suneetha 2
Impact Factor
S.No Name of the Staff 2012 2011 2010
1. Smt.Ch.Suneetha 0.242 - -
2. Sri.M.Sridhar 0.3418
0.401
0.821
0.2480
0.814
0.835



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19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by
Faculty NIL-
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows NIL-
Students

S.No Name of the students
Name of
the
Seminar/
Meet
Attended
Date(s) Event
Conducted
by
Awards
1 R.Pavankumar
P.Sudheer
ABACUS-
IIT Quiz
23
rd
Nov
2012
IT Quiz B.B.C.I.T.,
Hyderabad
1
st

Prize
2



Syed.Asifa
S.RamyaTeja
V.Divya
TECHNO
VATE-
2K12


6
th
& 7
th

J uly,
2012
Engineering
Quiz
P.V.P
Siddhartha
Institute of
Technology
Vijayawada
1
st

Prize
T.PanduRangaRao
Sk.Umar Ali
Poster
Presentation
2
nd

Prize

3
T.PanduRangaRao


TECHNO
IGNITES-
2K12
16
th
&
17
th

March,
2012
Paper
Presentation


Chebrolu
Engineering
College,
Chebrolu
2
nd

Prize

4
T.PanduRangaRao

AAVISHK
AR


17
th
&
18
th

March,
2012
Creative
Writing

Nannapaneni
VenkatRao
college of
engineering
&
technology,
Tenali.

1
st

Prize


5
K.Pragna
S.Bhavya
SAMMEL
AN-2012
24
th

Feb,2012
Paper
Presentation

ChristuJ ayan
thiJ ubille
college ,
Guntur
1
st

Prize

6 K.Pragna
VAIBHAV
-2012
14
ths
&
15
th
Feb
2012
Paper
Presentation

St.Anns
College of
Engg.&
Tech.,Chiral
a

1
st

Prize


7
T.PanduRangaRao
AFOSEC-
2K12
3
rd
& 4
th

Feb,2012
Paper
Presentation
V.R.Siddhart
ha College
of
Engg.,Vijaya
wada
Runner

8


P.Sudheer
P.Srinivas
Hindu
Techno
Festoon-
2K11
30
th
Marc
h 2011
Paper
Presentation
Hindu
college,
Guntur

1
st

Prize



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Md.Mustafa
R.Pavan Kumar
P.Sudheer
Hindu
Techno
Festoon-
2K11
30
th

March
2011
Technical
Quiz
Hindu
College,
Guntur
2
nd

Prize
9 P.Sudheer
R.Pavan Kumar
Lakshya-
2k11

4
th

March
2011
Medha Quiz


L.B.Reddy
Nagar,
Mylavaram,
Krishna Dist.

1
st

Prize

10 K.SrinivasRao


CSI
National
Student
Symposiu
m
18
th
&
19
th

March
2011
Sparkling
Ideas

KLU


1
st

Prize


11
V.N.V.Vinod
Kumar
Jayate10

8
th

October
2010
Paper
Presentation

V R
Siddhartha
Engineering
College,Kan
uru,
Vijayawada.

1
st

Prize

12


V.N.V.Vinod
Kumar
K.Sai Krishna
Dhruva
cyfest

3
rd

Novemb
er 2010
Virachana K.Chandhra
kalaP.G.Coll
ege
Buripalem
Road,
Tenali.
Consol
ation
13 P.Kotireddy
Dhruva
cyfest


3
rd

Novemb
er 2010
Brain
Trainer


K.Chandhra
kalaP.G.Coll
ege
Buripalem
Road,
Tenali

Runner

14
S.Siva Naga
Brahmachari

Samayak-
2010

8
th
& 9
th

October
2010
Debugging

KLU
2
nd

Prize
15 S.Siva Naga
Brahmachari
CISSSOI
REE-2010
5
th
, 6
th

March,2
010
Instamaze R.V.R.J .C .
C.E. Guntur
2
nd

Prize

20. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.
a. National Level Workshop on Clustering: Towards Principled
Approaches, organized by the Department of Computer Applications,
R.V.R&J .C college of engineering,Chowdavarm, during 10
th
& 11
th

September, 2012.
Outstanding Participants:
1. Dr.K.KarteekaPavan Professor, Dept.of IT, RVR & J C College of
Engg., Guntur.


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2. Ms.Ch.Suneetha Assoc.Professor, Dept.of CA, RVR & J C College of
Engg., Guntur.
3. Mr.M.Brahmaiah Asst.Professor, Dept.of CA, RVR & J C College of
Engg., Guntur.
4. Mr.T.Ramanjaneyulu Asst.Software Engineer, TCS, Chennai.
5. Ms.K.Pragna, Software Engineer, Tulasi Technologies, Bangalore.
6. Mr.RaoGopi, Software Engineer, CTS, Hyderabad.

21. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Applications
received
Selected
Male Female
Pass percentage
Male Female
MCA * 58 59 72.41% 86.44%
*Web-based counseling monitoring by APSCHE.

22. Diversity of students

Name of the
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
% of students
from the
College
% of students
from the State
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
MCA 0 100 0 0

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?

S.NO
Name of the Student
(Register Number)
Passed out
NET
Qualified
Date of NET
Qualified
1 Ch.VasuBabu
(Y8MC24020)
2010 J une 2010 12
th
Nov., 2012
J une 2012 25
th
Mar., 2013

24. Student progression

Student progression
Percentage
against enrolled
UG to PG NA
PG to M.Phil. 0
PG to Ph.D. 0
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral 0
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment

15%
20%
Entrepreneurs 0




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25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university 53.33%
from other universities within the State 20.00%
from other universities from other States 26.66%

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period. NIL-
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library - Available
b) Internet facilities for staff and students - Available
c) Total number of class rooms 6
d) Class rooms with ICT facility 2
e) Students laboratories- 2 Labs Connected
with LAN Servers
f) Research laboratories Not Available

28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College
9 Students for the academic year 2013-14

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development
of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
NO
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?
NO
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?
Yes, circulating the remarks among respected teachers.

c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the
response of the department to the same?
Yes, conducting awareness programs by industry experts and alumni
to fill the gap.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S.NO Name of the Alumni
&Designation
Organization Passed-
out Year
1. T.Sambasiva
Software Engineer
Tata Consultancy
Services, Chennai.
2010


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2. Hanuman Chowdary. G.
Software Engineer
Ali Ahil Holding
Group, Dubai
2008
3. Mr.P.Mallikarjuna Chari
Sr.Software Engineer.
NTT Data Global
Delivery Services
Limited, Hyderabad.
2008
4. Purna Chand. Chekuri CGI, Bangalore. 2005
5. N.S.N.K.Srinivas
Software Engineer.
Accenture, Hyderabad. 2004
6. A.Sujeeth
Team Lead.
Tech Mahindra,
Hyderabad.
2002

7. Mr.Ponduru Ashok
Assistant Grade
III(Accounts)
Food Corporation of
India ,
Nizamabad.
2010
8. Mr.AnandMuvvala
Sr.Software Engineer
United Health Group
Information Services,
Hyderabad.
2007
9. Mr.AnkaBabu
Associate Prof., & HOD
Dept.of MCA,
QIS Engg.College,
Ongole
2001
10. Mr.BhaskaraRaoKondru
Sr.Software Engineer
IBM 2004

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.

S.NO
.
Name of the
Speaker with
Designation
Organization Topic

Date

Target
Audience
1 Mr.Pulukuri
Srinivasulu,
Assistant System
Engineer
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Hyderabad.
Current
Trends in IT
Industries
23.11.2013 I/III MCA
and III/III
MCA
(1st & 3rd
Semester)

2 Mr.TadikondaSa
mbasiva,
Associate
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Chennai.
Guidance on
Placements
06.07.2013 III/III MCA
(5
th

Semester)
3 Guntupalli.Hanu
manChowdary
Associate

Cognizant
Technology
Solutions,
Hyderabad
Android & its
Applications
06.04.2013 II/III MCA
(4
th
Semester )




Mr.P.Mallikarjun
a Chari,
Sr.Software
NTT Data
Global
Delivery
Services
Current
Trends in IT
Industries
23.03.2013 I/III MCA
(1st
Semester)


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4

Engineer
Limited,
Hyderabad
Guntupalli.Hanu
manChowdary
Associate
Cognizant
Technology
Solutions,
Hyderabad
5 Mr.TadikondaSa
mbasiva,
Team lead.
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Chennai.


Mock
Interviews
15.10.2012

III/III MCA
(5
th

Semester)
Mr.Abhishek,
Software
engineer.
6 Mr.TadikondaSa
mbasiva,
Team lead.
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Chennai.
Guidance on
Placements
23.06.2012

III/III MCA
(5
th
Semester)
23.06.2012

III/III MCA
( 6
th

Semester)



7
Mr.R.S.Sharath
Kumar,
Sr.Team Leader.
LG Software,
Bangalore.
Android & its
Applications
03/03/2012

II/III MCA
(4
th
Semester
)

Mr. Antony
Willet


8
Mr.K.Adithya
Kumar,
Sr.Software
Engineer.
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Hyderabad.
Latest
Technologies
& Domains
for projects
17/12/2011


III/III MCA
(6
th

Semester)

9
Mr.
AddagallaSubra
manyam,
Consultant.
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Hyderabad
Opportunities
in Software
Industry
03/12/2011

I/III MCA




10
Guntupalli.Hanu
manChowdary
Sr.Software
Engineer.
United Health
Group
Information
Services,
Hyderabad.

.NET
Programming
24/09/2011



III/III MCA
(5
st
semester)



Mr.AnandMuvva
la
Sr.Software
Engineer

11
Mr.S.KrishnaRao
C.E.O
Info park
Software
Technologies,
Hyderabad.
Latest
Technologies
& Domains
for Projects
19/09/2011

III/III MCA
(5
th
semester)


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12 Mr.
T.Sambasiva,
Software
Engineer.
Tata
Consultancy
Services,
Chennai.
Current
Trends in IT
Industries and
their
requirements
20/08/2011.

III/III MCA
(5
th
semester)
13 Mr.Ponduru
Ashok
Assistant Grade
III(Accounts)
Food
Corporation
of India ,
Nizamabad.
Opportunities
Government
Sector
17.03.2011

II/III MCA
(4
th

Semester)
14 Mr.G.Hanuman
Associate
Education &
research.
Infosys
Technologies ,
Hyderabad.
Current trends
in industries

05.02.2011


I/III MCA
(1
st

Semester)
15 Mr.A.Hari,
Senior Subject
Matter Expert

AMDOCS
Development
Centre India
Pvt.Ltd, Pune.
Advanced
Concepts in
C++and its
applications

21.01.2011

II/III MCA
( 4
th

Semester)

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Lecture, discussion, lab, case study, small group interaction,
practicum, samples of teaching materials, laboratory assignments.

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Grading and Assessing Student Learning (including appropriate level
of assignments, exams, grading standards)
Support for Student Internships,
Alumni letters and surveys
Mid-course and periodic student feedback
End-of-course rating forms and written comments of students on the
extent to which a teacher appears prepared for class sessions,
communicates clearly, stimulates interest, and demonstrates
enthusiasm and respect for students.
Percentage of students passed out with good percentage
Percentage of students placed in reputed IT Industries.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Workshops, student meets, Seminars


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36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Guest lectures by eminent people
Seminars
Case studies
Classroom sessions to cover beyond syllabus
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.
NIL-
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department

STRENGTHS:

Well Qualified and Experiences Faculty
Well Established Labs and sufficient infrastructure
Sufficient Library and digital library with a provision to access
various IEEE, Springer, Science Direct journals.
MOUs with Companies
Able to conduct Guest Lectures to introduce current and future needs
of the industries

WEAKNESSES:

Unable to involve in preparation of Syllabus.
Lack of complete supervision to carry students project works.
Unavailability of staff for student interaction beyond the working
hours.
No provision for medical reimbursement.
Unable to participate in societal activities.

39. Future plans of the department.

To build more number of e-class rooms and sessions.
To encourage the students to participate more in societal activities.
To plan to organize consultancy programmes
To encourage the students to participate more in research activity.


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9 : Evaluative Report of Department of Management Sciences

1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment:

Department of Management Sciences

Year of Establishment : 1995
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

S.No. Name of the program offered Remarks
1. MBA. P.G. (Full-time)

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:

S.No Interdisciplinary courses offered Name of the Department
1. BUS-1.2 Quantitative Methods Mathematics & Humanities
2. BUS-2.2 Management Science Mechanical Engineering
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system:
Semester based Fixed Grading Credit System
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments:

S.No.
Name of the courses handled for other
departments
Name of the
other
Department(s)
1. Industrial Management
ECE, EEE,
CSE, IT
2.
Industrial Management & Pharmaceutical
Marketing
B. Pharmacy.
3. Process Economics & Industrial Management
Chemical
Engineering
4.
Industrial Management & Entrepreneurship
Development
Bio Technology
5. Accountancy & Financial Management
Dept. of
Computer
Applications

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)

Designation Sanctioned Filled
Professor 2 2
Associate Professors 2 2
Asst. Professors 6 6


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7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.):

S.
No.
Name of the Faculty
Qualifica
tion
Designation Specialization
Years
of
Experie
nce
No of
Ph.D.
students
guided
in the last
4 years
1 Dr.B.K.Surya
Prakasha Rao

MBA
,M.Com.
,.,
M.Phil.,
Ph.D.,
Professor
&
Head
Finance 27 3
2 Dr.D.Dakshina
Murthy

M.Com.,
Ph.D.,
(New
York)
Emeritus
Professor
Economics 51 NIL
Total
guided
15
3 Dr.T.Srikrishna
MBA
M.Phil.,
Ph.D.,

Associate
Professor
Marketing

17 --
4 Dr.K.Suryanarayana B.Tech.,
MBA.,
M.Phil.,P
h.D.,
Associate
Professor
Finance

16 --


5 Mrs.SK.Mabunni
MBA.,M
.Phil.,
Assistant
Professor

Finance
Marketing
7 --
6 Sri P.Vamsi Krishna
B.Tech.,
MBA.,
Assistant
Professor
Marketing
& HR
6 --
7 Sri A.V.S.Ashok
M.Com.,
MBA.,
Assistant
Professor
HR 19 --
8 Mr.P.Siddartha

MBA.,M
.Phil.,
Assistant
Professor
Marketing
& HR
8 --
9 Mr. D.Chakradhar
B.Tech.,
MBA.,
Assistant
Professor
Finance
& Systems
3 --
10 Ms.M.Manjusha
MBA.,
Assistant
Professor
Finance
Marketing
7 --
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise
information:
There is no temporary staff in the Department.



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9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:

S.No. Name of the Programme
Student /
Teacher Ratio
1. P.G (MBA) 20 : 1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled:

Staff Category Sanctioned Filled
Administrative Staff 1 1

11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise.:

NIL

12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received :
NIL

13. Research facility / centre with

State level - NIL

National Level - NIL

14. Publications:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)

33 Papers are published by faculty in National and International peer reviewed
J ournals.

Monographs Nil

Chapter(s) in Books 10
Editing Books NIL

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers NIL

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)


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NIL
Citation Index range / average NIL

SNIP NIL


SJR NIL

Impact factor range / average NIL


h-index NIL

15. Details of patents and income generated NIL

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated NIL

17. Faculty recharging strategies

Presenting papers in National & International Conferences.
Publishing papers in National & International J ournals.
Attending Faculty Development Programmes within and outside the
State.
Attending special lectures and guest lectures.
Guiding Ph.D. scholars in their research.

18. Student projects

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental:

NIL
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries
/ institutes:

100%. It is a mandatory to undergo summer internship for 2 months with
Industries as per the rules of the University.

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level
by

Faculty:
NIL
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows :

NIL



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Students :

S.No Batch
Name of the
Context
Organized By
Prizes
Won
1 2012 13 Market Makers
Krishnaveni Engineering College
I PRIZE
Narasaraopet Engg College
I PRIZE
P.B.Siddhardha Engg College
II PRIZE
Business Quiz
Hindu College
II PRIZE
Krishnaveni Engineering College
II PRIZE
SRKIT Engg College
III PRIZE
Narasaraopet Engg College
II PRIZE
Dalaal Ka Kamaal
Hindu College
I PRIZE
Vignan Nirula IT & Science for
women
I PRIZE
Young Manager
Hindu College
II PRIZE
HR Event
Krishnaveni Engineering College
I PRIZE
2 2011 12 Market Makers
P.B.Siddhardha Engg College
II PRIZE
Business Quiz
SRKIT Engg College
II PRIZE
Narasaraopet Engg College
I PRIZE
Dalaal Ka Kamaal
Hindu College
II PRIZE
Vignan Nirula IT & Science for
women
II PRIZE
Young Manager
Hindu College
I PRIZE
HR Event
Krishnaveni Engineering College
II PRIZE
3 2010 11 Market Makers
P.V.P.Siddhardha College
I PRIZE
P.B.Siddhardha Engg College
I PRIZE
Business Quiz
P.V.P.Siddhardha College
I PRIZE
V.R.Siddhardha College
II PRIZE
A.N.R. College
I PRIZE
P.B.Siddhardha Engg College
II PRIZE
Dalaal Ka Kamaal
V.R.Siddhardha College
III PRIZE
P.V.P.Siddhardha College
I PRIZE
Young Manager
P.V.P.Siddhardha College
I PRIZE
SMS CONTEST
P.V.P.Siddhardha College
I PRIZE
Paper Presentation
K.B.N.College
II PRIZE
4 2009 10 Business Quiz
Christu J ayanthi J ubille P.G.
College
I PRIZE
R.B.I. Branch, Hyderabad
II PRIZE
Treasure Hunt
Maris Stella
I PRIZE
Dhruvacy Fest
P.S.Chandrakala PG College
I PRIZE


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20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of outstanding
participants, if any.

1. A Seminar on Service Quality Management, September 12
th
, 1997

Inaugurated by:

Dr. T.Hanuman Chowdary
Advisor to the Chief Minister of A.P. on Information Technology
Government of Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad.

S.No Guest Speaker Designation Organisation
1 Sri .M.Siva Rama
Krishna
Chief
Executive
HDFC, Hyderabad
2 Sri. M.Rama Chandran General
Manager
Telecom, Guntur.
3 Sri.P.Venu General
Manager
Bharat Industries,
Vijayawada.
4 Dr.K.V.Krishna Kumar Chief
Executive
Dolphin Industries,
Visakhapatnam.

2. Entrepreneurship Development Programme held on February, 12,1998
Inaugurated by:

Sri.Ch.V.K.Prasad
Managing Director
Kusalava International Ltd., Vijayawada.

S.No Guest Speaker Designation Organisation
1 Sri .M.Tirumala Rao Chief
Consultant
APITCO, Hyderabad
2 Sri. P.Sethu Rama Sharma Manager APSFC , Hyderabad.
3 Sri.P.Srinivas Manager SSI Branch, Andhra
Bank, Guntur.
4 Sri.T.Srinivas Co-Ordinator APITCO, Hyderabad
5 Sri.N.V.Suryanarayana
Rao
Asst. General
Manager
State Bank of India.

3. A National Seminar on Productivity Challenges of 21
st
Century August 28
th
-29
th

,1998
Inaugurated by:
Dr.Mullapudi.Harishchandra Prasad
Chairman, The Andhra Sugars Ltd., TANUKU.


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S.No Guest Speaker Designation Organisation
1 J anab. S.A.Khader Deputy
Director
General
( Mgt
Services)
National Productivity
Council, New Delhi.
2 Sri.C.Rama Krishna General
Manager
(Operations)
South Central
Railway,
Secunderabad.
3 Sri.D.Pavan Kumar Director National Productivity
Council, Hyderabad.
4 Sri.O.P. Gupta Deputy
Director
National Productivity
Council, Hyderabad.
5 Sri.K.M. Narasimha
Rao
Executive
Director
APSRTC
6 Sri. M.T.Krishna
Babu,
IAS
Muncipal
Commissioner
Guntur Muncipal
Corporation, Guntur.
7 Sri. Sameer Kaiwar Vice-President Pearl Beverages Ltd.,
Guntur.

4. A Two Day National Seminar on Corporate Frauds: Implications for
Corporate Governance October 4
th
-5
th
,2002. Sponsored by ITC-ILTD
Division, Guntur.

Inaugurated by:
Professor L.Venugopal Reddy
Vice Chancellor
Nagarjuna University.

Key note address by
Sri.R.Sridhar
Vice-President, HR &Public Affairs
ITC-ILTD Division, Guntur.

S.No Guest Speaker Designation Organisation
1 Sri. R.C.Sastry Chairman Stony Carter Consultants Pvt.
Ltd., Hyderabad.
2 Sri. Rao Tummalapalli Managing
Director
Divine India Ltd., Hyderabad.
3 Sri.P.Rama Krishna Managing
Director
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Ltd., Hyderabad.
4 Sri. V.Umamaheswara
Rao
Chartered
Accountant
Umamaheswara Rao & Co,
Guntur.


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5 Sri.P.Lakshmana Rao Chartered
Accountant
Brahmaiah & Co,
Vijayawada.
6 Sri.C.Murali Krishna Chartered
Accountant
Brahmaiah & Co,
Vijayawada.
7 Sri.G.Srinivas, IA &AS Deputy
Accountant
General
Principal A.G.Office,
Hyderabad
8 Sri. Ravi Vadlamani Chartered
Accountant
Umamaheswara Rao & Co,
Guntur.
9 Sri. V.V.Chandramouli Principal
Consultant
Visisht Corporate Growth
associates Pvt., Limited,
Hyderabad
10 Dr. T.Umamaheswara
Rao
Professor of
Management
Dept. of Commerce &
Business Administration,
Nagarjuna University, Guntur

5. A Two Day National Level Seminar on Emerging India- Challenges &
opportunities on March 11
th
-12
th
, 2004.

Inaugurated By:
Professor L.Venugopal Reddy
Vice Chancellor
Nagarjuna University
Key note Address by
Professor D.L.Narayana
Chairman, Third State Finance Commission, A.P.

S.No Guest Speaker Designation Organisation
1 Prof.M.L.Sai Kumar Head Information Technology
Division, Institute of
Public Enterprises,
Hyderabad.
2 Prof.Thrimurthy Head Dept of Computer
Science& Engg. Acharya
Nagarjuna University,
Guntur.
3 Dr. Yalamanchali Sivaji Ex-member
of Parliament
Honble President
Virginia Tobacco Growers
Association of India
4 Prof. T.Uma
Mahaeswara Rao
Professor Dept of Commerce &
Business Administration,
ANU ,Guntur.
5 Sri.C.P.Marwa CEO Pearl Beverages Ltd.,
Gunter


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6 Prof.C.S.N.Raju Professor Dept of Economics, ANU
,Guntur.

7 Prof.
G.N.Brahmanandam
Dean Faculty
of Commerce
Dept of Commerce &
Business Administration,
ANU ,Guntur.
8 Sri.C.RamaKrishna General
Manager
South Central Railway,
Secunderabad.
9 Dr.R.Murali Babu Rao Professor &
Head
Dept of Cardiology,
GGH,Guntur.
10 Prof.K.Chandrasekhar
Rao
Head Dept.of Commerce,
Pondicherry University,
Pondicherry
11 Sri .K.Nanda Kumar Staff
Manager
ITC-ILTD Division,
Guntur.

12 Sri.M.Gopala Krishna Chairman AP State Finance
Corporation, Hyderabad.

6. A Two Day National Level Seminar on Strategies for Sustainable
Competitive Advantage,
March 24-25, 2006 sponsored by ITC-ILTD Division, Guntur
Professor V.Balamohandas
Vice Chancellor, Acharya Nagarjuna University
Special Address by :
Sri S.Janardhan Reddy, Chief Executive
ITC-ILTD Division, Guntur

Other distinguished Guests:

S.No. Guest Speaker Designation Organization
1 Sri J .Murali Mohan Managing Director Jocil Ltd., Guntur
2 Professor
P.Vijayaraghavan
TTK Chair
(Marketing)
IIT, Madras
3 Professor CSG
Krishnamacharyulu
School of
Business
Management
S.V.University
Tirupati
4 Professor
G.N.Brahmanandam
Dean Faculty of
Commerce &
Business
Administration
Acharya
Nagarjuna
University,
Guntur
5 Professor
M.Chandrasekhar
Director Integral Institute
of Advanced


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Visakhapatnam
6 Sri K.Chandrasekhar Staff Manager ITC-ILTD
Division, Guntur
7 Professor P.Trimurthy Dept. of Computer
Science
Acharya
Nagarjuna
University
8 Professor D.Panduranga
Rao
Dept. of
Commerce &
Management
Andhra
University,
Visakhapatnam
9 Dr. K.Venugopal Rao Associate
Professor
School of
Management,
SK.University,
Anantapur
10 Sri K.Sridhar Asst.Professor
Dept. of IP&E
RVR & J C CE
Guntur
11 Professor B.Ravindra
Babu
Head, Dept. of
Computer Science
Engineering
RVR & J C
College of Engg.,
Guntur

Peter F.Drucker Memorial Lecture Organised:

Sl.No
Year and
Date
Theme Delivered by Organisation
01 March 25,
2006.
Management in
Changing Times
Professor Dharni
P. Sinha,
COSMODE,
Hyderabad
02 November
6, 2007
The Limits of
Competition
Professor
S.Ramachander
IFMR, Chennai
03 September
20, 2008
Success is a
Process, not an
Event
Sri
A.G.K.Murthy
Chairman,
MICA,
Ahemdabad
04 September
18, 2009
Creation of
Social Wealth
Gross Root
Experience
Dr. E.A.S Sarma,
IAS
Former
Principal,
ASCI,
Hyderabad
05 November
19, 2010
Leadership
Explore,
Empower &
Excel
Professor V.B.M
Das
Former V.C,
ANU, Guntur
06 March 16,
2013
Leadership in a
Globalised
Economic Era-
Some Perspectives
and Challenges
Professor
V.Venkaiah
V.C, Krishna
University ,
Machilipatnam


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21. Student profile course-wise

Name of the Course

Applications
received
Selected

Pass percentage

Male Female Male Female
P.G (M.B.A) --- 72 42 100%

100%

22. Diversity of students

Name of the Course

% of students
from the
College
% of students
from the
State
% of students
from other
States
% of students
from other
countries
U.G.(B.Tech. ME)
-- -- -- --
P.G.(M.B.A)
30 100 Nil Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?

-NA-

S.
S.No.
Name of
competitive
examination
No. of
students
cleared the
exams
2012-13
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2011-12
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2010-11
No. of
students
cleared
the exams
2009-10
1. GATE -- -- -- --
2. CAT -- -- -- --
3. GRE -- -- -- --
4. TOEFL/ IELTS -- -- -- --

24. Student progression

Percentage against enrolled students-

UG B.Tech.

-NA--

PG M.B.A.

Student Progression 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
PG to Ph.D. -- -- -- --
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral -- -- -- --
Employed
Campus selection

8.33

8.33

35.55

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Other than campus
recruitment
2.5 5.83 5.56 3.33
Entrepreneurs -- -- -- --

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university 60
from other universities within the State 30
from other universities from other States 10

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.

Year No.of Faculty
awarded Ph.D
2012-13 NIL
2011-12 NIL
2010-11 NIL
2009-10 NIL

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities:

a) Library Department

Titles - 82
Volumes - 127
b) Internet facilities for staff and students

Available
c) Total number of class rooms

4
d) Class rooms with ICT facility

2

e) Students laboratories

--NIL

f) Research laboratories

--NIL





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28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.

Some of our students are getting financial assistance from the college
authorities to pursue their studies since they belong to economically backward
but meritorious category.

Academic Year 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2008-09 2007-08
No. of Scholarships 7 6 6 6 6
Total Amount in Rs.
105000/- 120000/- 90000/- 80000/- 50000/-

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the
development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

NIL

30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes. All the faculty members participate in curriculum development and
revision.

b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?

Yes. Evaluation of teaching of each teacher is done through feedback
collected from the students at the end of each semester in each subject. It is
analysed and communicated to the staff members for review and improvement
of teaching-learning process.

c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the
response of the department to the same?

Yes. Feedback from Alumni and employers is obtained frequently and their
valuable suggestions are used to upgrade the syllabus, upgrade teaching
methodology, facilitate placement & higher study opportunities.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S. No. Batch Name Organization
1
1996-1998 Dr. HKS Kumar.Ch ISB, Hyderabad
2
1998 - 2000 Dr.D.Vijaya Krishna Vignan University
3
1999 - 2001 T.V.S.Rao HDFC Bank


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1999 - 2001
M.Praveen HDFC Bank
5
1999 - 2001
S.Surendra Capgemini
6
1999 - 2001 Alfrey V Ignatius TAFE Ltd.,
7
2007-2009 P.CH.Arun Kumar TCS, Chennai

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special
lectures/workshops/seminars) with external experts.

Guest Lectures:

S.No. Topic Name of the Expert Designation
2012-13
1 Career Oortunities and
Challenges in Insurance
Sector
Sri S.Srinivas Area Sales Training
Manager, Learning and
Development, HDFC
Life Insurance, Guntur
2 Interview Techniques
and Personality
Development
Sri G.Hanuman United Health Group and
Formerly Associate at
Infosys Technology,
Hyderabad
3 Prospects for MBA
Students in Finance
Markets and Education
Initiatives from NSE
Sri G.S.Vinayak Regional Head, AP,
NSEIL, Mumbai
4 Industry Expectation
from Management
Graduates Freshers
Sri M.Nageswara Rao General Manager,
Finance, Kusalava
International Ltd.,
Vijayawada
5 Industry Infrastructure
and overview Career
Building
Sri C.Srinivasan Head, Talent
Management, Ramky
Group, Hyderabad
6 Economic, Social and
Ethical Dimensions in
Advertisings
Prof.I.Murali Krishna
Former Chairman, PG
Board of Studies,
Commerce and
Management Studies,
Andhra University, Vizag
7 Strategic Management
an Outline and Core
Competence and
Achieving a
Competitive Advantage
Sri A.B.Siva Kumar
Manager-HR, Brakes India
Ltd., TVS Group, Chennai
8 Industrial Motivation
and Entrepreneurship
Dr.Chakravarthi, Sri
A.K.Reddy and
Mr.Srinivasa Rao
MSME, Government of
India, Hyderabad


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9 The Hindu Business
Line Club:
Enterpreneurship
Mr.J .S.R.K.Prasad
CEO, Better Casting,
Vijayawada

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.

Black board based teaching.
Power Point presentation.
Case Studies
Stock Market Games
Business Games
Presentation in E-class room.

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

Class Interaction Committees consisting of students and faculty
members are constituted and meetings are conducted during the
semester to monitor the learning outcomes.
Continuous assessment with 40% of marks for internals helps to ensure
the effectiveness of learning.
Conducting Project review meetings for final year students.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities.

Students:

National Stock Exchange(NSE) Certification Programme.
Participation in inter and intra college symposiums and paper
presentations.
Participation in cultural competitions.
Participation in department level and institution level associations.
Participation in sports events
Participation in N.S.S.
Participation in social service.

Faculty:

Participation in administrative activities.
Participation in student welfare activities.
Helping students in association activities.
Social Activities to benefit the nearby localities.


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Participation in Sports & Games

36. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the
department.

Organizing Peter F Drucker memorial lecture by eminent academicians
from Universities and Institutions every year
Industrial visits for students.
Industrial visits for faculty.
Conducting National Level Management Students Meet
MANMEET every year
Motivational talks from eminent academicians.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details.

NO

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department:

Strengths:

The department is functioning with 3 Professors with high
qualification and high experience.
The department is having 2 Associate Professors with high
experience.
The department is conducting National level seminars to develop
the knowledge and skills of the students.
Infrastructure
Laboratory & Library facilities
Alumni support

Weaknesses:

Hostel facility is not available in the college premises.
100% campus placement is not available for students.
Tie up with National and International organizations is not
available.
No nearby industries for demonstration of process of Industry.
Opportunities:

Good academic environment
Innovation in teaching-learning process.
LCD Projectors are available for the faculty to deliver their lecture
in a practical manner.


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NCFM certification program is done by the finance students
which will help them to do the modules in finance specialization.
Campus Placements will be done within the college premises
which help the students to settle themselves in a good job.
Motivated students.

Challenges:

Industry institute interaction.
Development of Entrepreneurial skills.
Achieving 100 % campus placement for students.
Completing the course syllabus in right time.
Achieving 100% pass percentage for students.

39. Future plans of the department.

Long Range Goals

To train young men and women in the SCIENCE & ART of
professional Management.
To develop in them skills, techniques and competencies to make
them world-class.
To create in them the commitment, the attitudes and the values
necessary for the well being of the society.
To grow into a Centre of Excellence in Management.
To buildup Industry-Institution Interface on a sustaining basis.

Short Range Goals

To encourage creativity and innovation among students.
To develop logical thinking and enhance communication and
leadership skills among students.
To encourage Faculty participation in National Conferences and
Seminars.


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Declaration by the Head of the Institution
2014




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ANNEXURES

2014
LIST OF ANNEXURES


S.No.
Annexure
Number
Particulars
Page
Number in
SSR
1. C-8a 2(f) & 12(B) Approvals 10
2. C-8b AICTE Approvals from beginning & NBA
Accreditations from beginning
11 ,17

3. C-22 AICTE Approvals from beginning 17
4. D-2.3.1 Academic Calendar 42
5. D-3.1.6 Names of Eminent Professors who visited the
college
79
6. D-3.1.8 Number of Resource Persons / Scientists
participated in College Events
82
7. D-3.4.1 List of major papers published by Staff 90
8. D-3.4.8 Memberships in Professional bodies 99
9. D-3.7.2 List of students, who got jobs through
Campus Placement
108
10. D-5.1.12 List of Companies visited for recruitment in
the campus
133
11. D-5.1.19 Details of Girl students in cultural activities 142
12. D-5.3.1 List of students participating in Sports &
Games
147
13. D-5.3.2/1 Games & Cultural Programs Calendar 151
14. D-5.3.2/2 Details of Cultural & Literary Events 151
15. D-6.4.3 Audited Income, Expenditure Statement for
Academic & Administrative Activities
187
16 D- ChE-19 Awards in various National competitions: 209
17 D- ChE-20 Details of outstanding participants 209
18 D- ChE-32 Details of student enrichment programmes 215
19 D- ChE-36 List of Students undergone Industrial training 217

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