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ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE

INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITATION

SELF STUDY REPORT



Submitted to















NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL (NAAC)
An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission
P.O. Box No.1075, Nagarbhavi
Bangalore - 560072



By



ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE

(Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and permanently affiliated to JNTUH, Hyderabad)
ANANTHAGIRI (V), KODAD 508206, Nalgonda District, Andhra Pradesh
Ph. Nos.08683-272555 / 272221 Fax: 08683-272454
Email: principal@anurag.ac.in , www.anurag.ac.in
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part / Criterion Description Page No.
Part A
Preface 05
Executive summary
06
Part B Profile of the Institute 14
Part C Criteria-wise Evaluation Report 26
Criterion I Curriculum Aspects
1.1 Curricular Planning And Implementation 26
1.2 Academic Flexibility 32
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment 35
1.4 Feedback System 39
Criterion II Teaching Learning and Evaluation
2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile 41
2.2 Catering to Student Diversity 48
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process 52
2.4 Teacher Quality 63
2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms 103
2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes 108
Criterion III Research, Consultancy and Extension
3.1 Promotion of Research 114
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research 118
3.3 Research Facilities 121
3.4 Research Publications and Awards 124
3.5 Consultancy 125
3.6
Extension Activities and Institutional Social
Responsibility
127
3.7 Collaboration 131
Criterion IV Infrastructure and Learning Resources
4.1 Physical Facilities 133
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource 145
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4.3 IT Infrastructure 150
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities 154
Criterion V Student Support and Progression
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support 159
5.2 Student Progression 176
5.3 Student Participation and Activities 179
Criterion VI Governance, Leadership and Management
6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership 187
6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment 193
6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies 201
6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization 203
6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System 205
Criterion VII Innovation and Best Practices
7.1 Environment Consciousness 209
7.2 Innovations 210
7.3 Best Practices 213
Part D
Evaluation Report of the Departments
Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) 216
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) 236
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 263
Master of Business Administration (MBA) 282
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) 296
Civil Engineering (CE) 329
Declaration Declaration by the Head of the Institution 341
Annexure I
Copy of Grant / Renewal of Permanent Affiliation from
the Academic Year 2013-14 by JNTUH, Hyderabad
343
Annexure II
Copy of Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B)
of the UGC Act
344
Annexure III
Copy of AICTE Extension of Approval for the
academic year 2013-14
345
Annexure IV
Copy of Accreditation Status of Programmes of the
Institute by National Board of Accreditation, New
Delhi in 2009
347


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PART A

Preface



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PREFACE

ANURAG Engineering College, established in the year 2001, has been
sponsored by Amartya Educational Society, Ananthagiri (V), Kodad (M),
Nalgonda District, and Andhra Pradesh. It is recognized by AICTE and approved
by Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and permanently affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru
Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH). UGC recognition under Sections
2(f) and 12 (B) further strengthens over cause of quality education.

This Professional college has been established with a cherished vision to
provide quality education and to be among the best of the institutions for the
budding engineers and technologists. With added emphasis on attitudes, skills
and knowledge it has become the epicenter of creative solutions to scores of
students from varied backgrounds.

The College proudly offers 5 UG and 8 PG Programmes in Engineering, 1
Professional Course MBA. With 13 years of rich standing in the educational era,
Anurag Engineering College has an excellent track record which is evidenced by
accreditation by NBA in 2009 for 3 years and permanent affiliation by JNTUH.

The College is very pleased to submit the Self Study Report (SSR) for
accreditation. In all modesty, Anurag Engineering College presents itself for
quality inspection to serve the stake holders better in future by getting
accredited. The SSR has been prepared as per the norms set by NATIONAL
ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL (NAAC) and gives an insight
into our Vision and Mission.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
SWOC ANALYSIS
Anurag Engineering College, Ananthagiri(V),Kodad(M),Nalgonda(Dt) was
established in the year 2001 initially with 3 streams in the B.Tech program With
60 students of intake in each stream.
Computer Science and Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Information Technology
The College has built-up area 26000 Sq.m spread over 4 buildings,
having an eco-friendly environment in 27 acres of land area. The institution has
created a resourceful and inspiring academic ambience and world-class
infrastructure.
The institute has already established name for its excellent infrastructure
facilities ,qualified dedicated experienced faculty, well equipped laboratories with
state of art technology and library facilities on par with any advanced technical
institution in the country, with well over 4425 titles and 30,278 volumes. Nearly
100 Indian journals and 60 foreign journals are subscribed and provide an
opportunity for the students for advanced learning and research.
The institute has a vision of inculcating sound knowledge of engineering
and management in students with social responsibility and ethical practices to
enablethem to face embedding challenges so as to carve any niche for the
country in global arena.
The mission of the institute is to create committed and self motivated
engineers and managers equipped to offer innovative solutions and
unconditional service for the benefit of the society and world at large.Based on
the goals of the management and the Mission to be accomplished, the institute
has formulated certain program educational objectives for each program in
consultation with all stake holders.
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The structure and design of particular program are arrived at depending
on PEOs to be achieved, The review based PEOs formulated ensure imparting
sound knowledge in Basic sciences to the students along with social
responsibility and ethical practices. Also students acquire capacity to apply the
principles of Basic Sciences in understanding and execution of complex core
design problems in their respective specialization.
Based on program educational objectives certain program outcomes are
fixed (POs) and also student attributes. The institute right from the inception has
pursued the path of the quality initiation and strived hard for all these years from
2001 to till date to enhance quality and sustaining it. In this direction an excellent
infrastructure is developed, highly qualified faculty were appointed
At present there are 5 specializations namely
Electronics and Communications Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
The PG courses were introduced in 2007 and presently admit students
into M.Tech - CSE, ECE, EEE and ME in various specializations in each
Department.In addition, the institute runs a Post Graduate program namely,
Master of Business Applications with an intake of 60.
The SWOT analysis was carried out by College Academic Committee
(CAC) constituted with Principal, Head of the departments, senior faculty
members and representative of the management to obtain unbiased information
from all the stake holders viz. Management, Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni,
Eminent Academicians, Industrialists, Parents and Employees of public and
private sector.
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STRENGTHS(S):
S1. About Institution: The College is governed by eminent and outstanding
academicians, well established industrialists and well settled NRI entrepreneurs.

S2. Institutional Academic Growth: The College is established in 2001 with three
(03) UG Programmes (ECE, CSE & IT) with an intake of 180. Currently, the
college offers six UG Programmes (ECE, CSE, IT, EEE, MECH, CE) and six PG
programmes (VLSI Systems Design, Embedded Systems, Computer Science
and Engineering, Software Engineering, Power Electronics and Electrical Drives
and CAD/CAM).

S3. NBA Accreditation: Four (04) UG programmes (ECE, EEE, CSE and IT)
were accredited by NBA-AICTE in Feb 2009 for a period of three years. The
college is planning to get accreditation for all eligible UG and PG programmes
within the next two years.
S4. Permanent Affiliation: The institution has permanent affiliation from JNTU,
Hyderabad, for coveted maintenance of educational standards. 80% of our
faculties are ratified by JNTU, Hyderabad.
S5. Infrastructural facilities: The College has world class infrastructural facilities:
Each department has well furnished and ventilated classrooms equipped
with modern teaching aids.
All laboratories are equipped with the state of the art equipment not only
sufficient for conducting experiments as per the affiliating university
norms and also to carry out additional research activities.
Well established Language Laboratories to impart soft skills in English
and the management have plans to develop additional foreign language
skills in view of Global requirements of technical man power.
Library: The College is equipped with centralized library facility with
digital connectivity (8 Mbps) and a good collection of NPTL video lectures
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and e-books. The library has 90 National and 70 International Journals
with rich collection of text and reference books totalling 20000 volumes.
Every department is provided with independent library facility for the
benefit of students and faculty.
Sports and Games: The College has good facilities for Indoor and
Outdoor Games and Sports.
Medical Facilities: The College maintains adequate Medical facilities
with a resident doctor and supporting staff.
Transport Facility: The College has good transport facility with a fleet of
25 buses.
Hostel Facility: Separate Hostel facility is available for both Boys and
Girls.
Canteen and Potable Water: The College maintains canteen for
providing hygienic food at affordable prices and also established Mineral
water plant with a capacity of 1000 liters per hour.
S6. Faculty: All the faculty members are qualified and having understood the
mission and vision of the college committed to work with positive attitude to
achieve set goals and objectives.
The senior faculties have vast experience of research in the relevant
disciplines pertaining to academics and industry.
The faculties are encouraged and sponsored to attend seminars,
conferences and STP to enhance their skill set and also allowed to
pursue higher education.
S7. Staff: All the staff members (Technical and Non Technical) are well
qualified and experienced and devoted in rendering their assigned duties.
S8. Professional Societies and Bodies: The College has ISTE institutional
chapter and organizes various skill / personnel development programmes for
Faculty, Staff and Students.
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Each department has its own departmental association. The
management is good enough in granting autonomy to the departmental
associations in spending its own funds generated.
The association organizes seminars, paper presentation contests and
technical quizzes for benefit of the students.
S9. Industry Institution Interaction: The College has a MoU with Infosys,
Hyderabad, for Infosys Campus Connect programme to improve learning
outcomes of the students as per industry requirements and also improving the
employability of the graduates.
The Project work in IV Year B.Tech II semester is conducted with industry
interaction for better training of students as per the requirements of the related
industry.
S10. Research and Development: With the available resources, the
departments are carrying out research along with UG & PG Students.
S11. Student Activities: Various technical, Curricular and Extra Curricular
activities are being planned and organized by Students associations of all
departments also the college organizes technical meets at national and regional
level.
S12. Finishing Schools: The College provides academic support to weak
students through remedial teaching. To improve the placements in the
institution, the Institution has CRT (Campus Recruitment Training) Center
headed by TPO, which organizes the special classes in Spoken English,
Communication Skills, Interpersonal skills, Quantitative aptitude, and reasoning.
Special classes are conducted in demand to make the students to qualify in
technical rounds in recruitment process. Atleast two periods are dedicated for III
and IV Year Students every week as regular instruction during semester course
work.
WEAKNESS (W):
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W1. Laboratory facilities require modernization for further improvement in
teaching-learning process.
W2. Hindrance for R&D projects pertaining to local problems due to lack of
adequate laboratory infrastructure, testing and calibration facilities.

W3. Low skill level of teaching and supporting staff below the needed standards
as they are unable to keep pace with the advancements in the engineering and
technology.

W4. Due to rural backdrop, institute industry interaction is not effective.
W5. Due to the more number of students with a background of local languages,
effective teaching methodology and monitoring is not effective.
W6.Unable to bridge the gap between theoretical learning and application of the
same.
W7. Retention rate of faculty in IT based departments is less when compared to
Non-IT based departments.
OPPORTUNITIES (O):
O1. Consultancy and service to industry has huge potential for Internal Revenue
Generation (IRG).
O2. Starting customized and value addition short term courses to meet industrial
needs and to increase employment of UG/PG graduates.
O3. Initiation of R & D activities in all the fields of engineering discipline.
O4. Initiating inter-disciplinary courses and up-gradation of syllabi with view to
achieve autonomous status.
O5. Offering demand based continuing education programmes in all the
departments.
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O6. Opportunities exist for nurturing and retaining qualified staff to built
reputation and status of the college.
O7. Providing support to economically and academically weak students through
remedial teaching / competitive examinations coaching viz GATE, IES, GRE,
TOEFL etc to improve their performance.
O8.Developing the college as nodal center with autonomy for nurturing
entrepreneurship skills.
O9. Imparting Job guaranteed Training Programmes in all the departments.
O10. Providing Teaching and Research Assistantships to increase enrolment in
existing and new PG programmes in engineering disciplines.
O11. Enabling off-campus and in house research programmes.
O12. With autonomy the curriculum can be designed with more employment
scope in UG and PG.
O13. Undertaking agro based consultancy to improve the quality of life in rural
area.
Challenges(C):C1.The language proficiency status of students is affecting their
academic standards when compared to urban students.
C2. Due to high density of educational institutions in urban area admissions and
placements are directly effected in rural area institutions.
C3. The present day technological scenario demands for better infrastructural
facilities to organize high level technical courses.
C4. Changes in curriculum demands for sophisticated equipment and highly
qualified faculty. C5. As IT Jobs are lucrative in pay packages, less number of
PG seats are filled and many seats lie vacant for even demand driven PG
courses.
C6. Non availability of Ph. D. candidates in engineering disciplines is a major
threat for growth of quality education.
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PART - B







Profile of the Institute


















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B. Profile of the Affiliated /Constituent College
1. Name and address of the college:
Name : ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Address : Ananthagiri Village
City : Kodad Pin : 508206
District : Nalgonda State :
Andhra
Pradesh
Website : www.anurag.ac.in

2. For communication:


Designation

Name
Telephone
Mobile Fax Email

with STD
code



Principal
Dr. M.V.Siva
Prasad

08683-
272555
955312227
0 08683-
272454
principal
@anura
g.ac.in






Vice-Principal









Steering
Mr.G.Srinivasa
Rao


Committee
08683-
272221
919553122
275 08683-
272454
Hod.cse
@anura
g.ac.in





Coordinator




3. Status of the Institution :
:

Affiliated College
Constituent College :
Any other (Specify) :
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
:

i. For Men
ii. For Women :
iii. Co-education :
b. By shift
:

i. Regular
ii. Day :
iii. Evening :

5. Is it a recognized minority institution?
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Yes : No :

6 If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and
provide documentary evidence.Source of funding:



7. a. Date of establishment of the college: 19/07/2001 (dd/mm/yyyy)

b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college (If
it is a constituent college)


(Copy of Grant / Renewal of Permanent Affiliation from the Academic
Year2013-14 by JNTUH, Hyderabad is enclosed as Annexure I)
c. Details of UGC recognition:

Under Section
Date, Month & Year Remarks
(dd-mm-yyyy) (If any)


i. 2 (f) 16-10-2012 F.No.8-629/2011 (CPP-I/C)
ii. 12 (B) 16-10-2012 F.No.8-629/2011 (CPP-I/C)

(Copy of Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act
isenclosed as Annexure II)
d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other
than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)
e.
Under
Recognition/
Day,

Approval details
Institution/

Section/ Month Validity
Remark
s

Department/

clause and Year

Programme


F.No.
B.Tech : CE, EEE, ME,
ECE, CSE

South-
Central/

M.Tech: EPS, ES, CSE, 19-03-2013 1 Year
1-1484723912 PEED ,WT,VLSI
CAD/CAM,MD,
W&MC

/2013/EOA

MBA

Government :
Grant-in-aid :
Self Financing :
Any other :
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, Hyderabad

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(Copy of AICTE Extension of Approval for the academic year 2013-14 is
enclosedas Annexure III)

8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy
(as recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?
Yes: No:

If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?

Yes: No:

9. Is the college 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 performance by any other governmental agency? Yes
: No:

If yes,

Name of the agency: National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi
First Time (4 UG B.Tech programmes eligible to apply foraccreditation i.e. EEE,
ECE, CSE & IT were accredited for three years)
Date of recognition: 01-02-2009
(Copy of Accreditation Status of Programmes of the Institute by National Board
ofAccreditation, New Delhi in 2009 is enclosed as Annexure IV)

10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:

Location * Rural
Campus area in sq. mts. 1,09,296
Built up area in sq. mts. 22,753

(* Urban, Semi-urban,Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)

11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and provide
numbers or other details at appropriate places) or in case the institute has
an agreement with other agencies in using any of the listed facilities provide
information on the facilities covered under the agreement.

Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities :
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Sports facilities
:

o play ground
o swimming pool : Nil
o Gymnasium :Yes
Hostel
:

o Boys hostel
: 01

i) Number of hostels
ii) Number of inmates : 100
iii) Facilities (mention available facilities)
Spacious rooms with common bathrooms, Table, Chair, Bed &
Fan, Common Room with facilities like TV and Reading Room
with facilities of News Papers, Magazines etc.


o Girls hostel :
i) Number of hostel : 01
ii) Number of inmates : 100
iii) Facilities (mention available facilities)
Spacious rooms with common bathrooms, Table, Chair, Bed &
Fan, Common Room with facilities like TV, Indoor

Games, Reading Room with facilities of News
Papers,
o
Magazines etc. and a Play ground.
Working womens hostel : NIL
i) Number of inmates
ii) Facilities (mention available facilities)
Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff : NIL
(give numbers available cadre wise)
:

Cafeteria
Health centre :
First aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility, :
Ambulance

108
Health centre staff




Qualified doctor : Full time Part-time
Qualified Nurse : Full time Part-time
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops :
Transport facilities to cater to the needs of :

students and
staff
Animal house : NIL
Biological waste disposal : NIL
Generator or other facility for management/ :
regulation of electricity and voltage
:

Solid waste management facility
Waste water management :NIL
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Water harvesting :NIL


12. Details of programmes offered by the college. : 2013-2014

(Give data for current academic year)




Sanctio
ne
Sl
. Program
Name of the
Program/

Entry

Medium
of
d / No. of

Duratio
n
approve
d
student
s
No
. Level Course Qualy.
instructi
on Student
admitte
d
strength
1 UG Civil Engg. 4 Years Intermedi English 60 53
B.Tech ate
2 UG Electrical & 4 Years Intermedi English 120 46
B.Tech Electronics Engg. ate
3 UG Mechanical Engg. 4 Years Intermedi English 180 79
B.Tech ate
4 UG Electronics and 4 Years Intermedi English 240 75
B.Tech Communication Engg. ate
5 UG
Computer Science
and 4 Years Intermedi English 240 46
B.Tech Engg. ate

PG
VLSI System Design
2 Years B.Tech

6 English 36 19

M.Tech


(ECE)


PG
B.Tech
7 Embedded Systems 2 Years
(ECE/
English 18 11

M.Tech
EEE/
CSE/
IT)
8
PG
Computer Science
and
2 Years
B.Tech
English 36 19

M.Tech Engg.
(CSE /
IT)
9
PG Power Electronics & 2 Years B.Tech
English 36 19

M.Tech Electric Drives (EEE)
10
PG
CAD/CAM
2 Years
B.Tech
English 18 1

(MECH)

M.Tech


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11
PG
M.Tech
Electrical Power
Systems 2 Years
B.Tech
(EEE) English 24 15
12
PG
M.Tech MD 2 Years
B.Tech
(Mech) English 24 7
13
PG
M.Tech W&MC 2 Years
B.Tech
(ECE) English 24 7
10+2+3
With
14

Master of Business
2 Years
Mathemat
i
English 60 39

cs as one

MBA Administration


of the


subject in
SSC




13. Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes No

If yes, how many? 14 *

* All courses offered by the institute are self financed

14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?

Yes No

Number: 5

15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities
like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also
offering academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the
Departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes
like English, regional languages etc.)




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Faculty
Departments
UG PG Research (eg. Physics, Botany,
History etc.)



Science - - - -
Arts - - - -
Commerce - - - -
Civil Engineering B.Tech (CE) - -

Electrical & Electronics
B.Tech (EEE)
M.Tech
-


1.PEED


Engineering


2. EPS


Mechanical Engineering B.Tech (ME) M.Tech -

1.MD
2.CAD/C
AM
Any Other
Electronics and
Communication
B.Tech
(ECE) M.Tech -
(Specify) Engineering
1.VLSI
2.ES
3.W&MC


Computer Science and
Engineering
B.Tech
(CSE)
M.Tech
-


1. CSE
2.WT

Master of Business
Administration
MBA




16. Number of Programmes offered under

(Programme means a degree course like BA, BSc, MA, and M.Com)

a. Annual system : NIL
b. Semester system:3 Courses B.Tech,M.Tech,MBA
c. Trimester system:NIL
17. Number of Programmes with
a. Choice Based Credit System : NIL
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach : NIL
c. Any other ( specify and provide details) : NIL

18. Does the college offer UG and /or PG programmes in Teacher Education?

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Yes No

If yes,

a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s).

(dd/mm/yyyy) and number of batches that completed the programme


b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification No.:


Date: (dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:..


c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher

Education Programme separately?

Yes No

19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?

Yes No

If yes,

a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s). (dd/mm/yyyy) and
number of batches that completed the programme

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

c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education Programme separately?

Yes No





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20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution

Teaching faculty Non-
Technic

Positions
Associat
e Assistant teaching

Professor al staff

Professor Professor Staff



Mal
e
Femal
e
Mal
e
Femal
e Male
Fema
le Male
Femal
e
Mal
e
Fema
le
Sanctioned by
the 11 - 38 6 130 29 60 60 26 04
Management /


society or other
authorized
bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit



21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:



Professor
Associate Assistant
Highest qualification Professor Professor Total


Male Female Male Female Male Female
Permanent teachers :
D.Sc./D.Litt. - - - - - - -
Ph.D. 11 - 11
ME / M.Tech - - 26 3 81 15 125
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG (M.Sc/ MA/
M.Com/
- - 12 3 24 18 57

MCA/MBA)


UG (B.Tech) - - - - 12 6 18
Temporary teachers : NIL
Part-time
teachers : NIL






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22. Number of Visiting Faculty / Guest Faculty engaged with the College. : NIL




23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last
four academic years. (MBA and MCA to be include)

Year 4 Year 3 Year 2 Year 1
Categories 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC 59 28 56 32 54 30 39 29
ST 26 12 33 11 41 9 35 7
OBC 183 103 182 111 217 104 156 103
General 146 109 165 143 121 113 126 123
Others - - - - - - - -

24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic
year: 2013-14

Type of students UG PG M. Phil. Ph.D. Total

Students from the same state
299 177 - - 476

where the college is located



Students from other states of
India - - -

NRI students - - -

Foreign students - - -

Total 299 177 - - 476

25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)

UG : NIL PG : NIL

26. 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

Rs.61, 529/-
Rs.34, 021/-
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27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?

Yes No

If yes,
a) is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of
another University

Yes No

b) Name of the University which has granted such registration.
c) Number of programmes offered
d) Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council.

Yes No

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

Program Course
Faculty : Student
Ratio

B.Tech
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1 : 15
Mechanical Engineering 1 : 15
Electronics and Communication Engg. 1 : 15
Computer Science and Engineering 1 : 15
Civil Engineering 1 : 15
MBA Master of Business Administration 1 : 12
VLSI 1 : 12
Embedded Systems 1 : 12
Computer Science and Engineering 1 : 12
Power Electronics & Electric Drives 1 : 12
M.Tech Electrical Power Systems 1 : 12
Web Technologies 1 : 12
CAD/CAM 1 : 12
MD 1 : 12
W&MC 1 : 12

29. Is the college applying for

Accreditation:
Cycle 1: Cycle 2: Cycle 3: Cycle 4:

Re-Assessment:

(Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4 refers
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to re-accreditation)

30. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-
assessment only) NA -

Cycle 1: NA (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result NA.
Cycle2: NA (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result NA
Cycle 3: NA dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result NA

* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s) as an
annexure.

31. Number of working days during the last academic year. :192
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year :160

(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding
the examination days)

33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC):

IQAC is not yet constituted. It will be constituted soon after obtaining accreditation
from NAAC.

34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR)
to NAAC.
AQAR (i) -NA-
AQAR (ii) -NA-
AQAR (iii) -NA-
AQAR (iv) -NA-
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to include.
(Do not include explanatory/descriptive information)

Granting of Permanent affiliation status from JNTU,Hyderabad
Obtained Autonomous status from UGC, New Delhi w.e.f the Academic Year
2014-15 for a period of Six years.
Recognition under 2(f) and 12(B).
Selected for TEQIP II Grant under sub-Component 1.1.
All the departments have department associations, Professional Body Chapters
of ISTE, IETE, CSI, ACM and membership of CII etc.
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CRITERION I

CURRICULAR ASPECTS

1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation

1.1.1 State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe
how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
stakeholders.

Vision:
To be a premier Institute in the country and in region for the study of
Engineering, Technology and Management through maintaining high academic
standards and teaching quality that promotes the analytical thinking and independent
judgement necessary to function responsibly in a globalized society


Mission:

To be a world class Institute, achieving excellence in teaching, research and
consultancy in cutting edge areas and be engaged in the service of society in promoting
continued engineering, technical and management education.

Objectives:

The main objective of the institution is to transform the students into well
meaning citizens through the committed pattern of instructions based on carefully
prepared and well designed curricular aspects. The changing needs of the time are the
basis while building a rich corpus of talent.

Communication to Stakeholders:

The Governing Body, College Academic Committee are two main important
bodies of the institution. The frequent meetings are held which plan programmes and
discuss key issues in tune with the vision and mission of the institution. Decision taken
in the Governing Body and College Academic Committee meetings are communicated
properly to the entire staff and students by displaying notices on the notice board and
by reading out circulars in the class rooms. The following criterion is followed to
communicate the vision, mission and objectives of the college to the stakeholders:

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The mission, vision and objectives of the college are displayed at all prominent
places in the college.
It is communicated to the students through college prospectus, Newsletter,
Handbook and also orally during the induction program.

The vision and mission statement of the college is also placed in the college website

1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective
implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and substantiate
through specific example(s).

The college scrupulously develops action plans for effective implementation of
the curriculum. At the outset, the College Academic Committee of the college conducts
frequent meetings with the Heads of the departments and staff members to come out
with various strategies for effective implementation of the curriculum.

All faculty members prepare course files for each subject and develop Lab
Manuals for all labs and these are periodically audited and modified with new
developments in the field of technology. All efforts are made to maintain the quality
sustenance in curriculum delivery.
The structure of course files:

Sl.No
. Content
1 Syllabus copy
2 Academic calendar
3 Course time table
4 Handout
5 Lecture notes
6 Copies of OHP transparencies/PPT slides, if any
7
Question papers of Internal Examination Tests additional
assignments and tutorials questions, if any
8 Two sample answer scripts
9
University question papers of present and previous two
years(Regular & Supplementary)
10 Results analysis (as per given pro forma)
11 Programme Education Objectives(PEOs)
12 Programme Outcomes (Pos)
13 Mapping of Pos and PEOs
14 Mapping of course Outcomes and POs
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A detailed lecture schedule and lecture notes are prepared in all the subjects by
the faculty members concerned and frequent departmental meetings are conducted to
ensure effective curriculum delivery as per lecture schedules.

Department faculty members are encouraged to impart the curriculum through
innovative teaching methods such as presentations, assignments, discussions and also
arranging workshops, seminors, industrial visits apart from regular/traditional teaching
methods. Faculties are advised to prescribe the method of instruction delivery for each
topic at the time of preparing the lecture schedules.

Depending on the lecture schedules prepared by the faculty, suitable number of
periods is allotted in the class time tables to see that the curriculum delivery is finished
within the instruction period given by the affiliating university.

The college follows scrupulously the academic calendar of affiliating university
for instruction delivery. Besides, it also prepares its own academic calendar
incorporating the various activities of the college and also individual departments.
Frequent review meetings are conducted at the department level and also at the college
level to assess whether the activities are being conducted as per the academic
calendar.

1.1.3 What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive?
(From the University and/or institution) for effectively translating the curriculum
and improving teaching practices?

The curriculum prepared by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological
University, Hyderabad, to which the college is affiliated, is well transacted to the
students after serious preparation as well as critical thought by the teachers concerned.
Being an affiliated institution we are always in tune with the latest trends in
education and guidelines.

The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological university regularly organizes refresher
courses, orientation programs and workshops to keep the knowledge and
teaching aptitude of the teachers updated. The faculty of the college can discuss their
issues or problems, if any, while participating in the meetings of the Board of Studies
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The College also encourages the teachers to participate in the Orientation/ Refresher
Courses/ Workshops/ Seminars organized by the affiliating university to update the
Knowledge and to improve the teaching practices. The college bears all
the expenditures of travelling including registration/ participation fee etc. The college
provides sample books and other teaching and reference material like Journals
Magazines, Teaching Models and software's to enable its teachers to
ensure effective delivery of curriculum. Every department organizes various faculty
development workshops for the benefit of staff members to participate and update
the knowledge with latest emerging trends.

1.1.4 Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for
effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum provided by the
affiliating University or other statutory agency.

Though the curriculum is designed and revised by the Jawaharlal
Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad but for effective curriculum delivery, we
give weightage to academic improvement and at the same time give
sufficient importance to overall development of students by encouraging them to
work with various forums of the college such as Student Council, NSS and
Managing Committee etc

The college relies upon the globally trusted and followed teaching strategy, i.e.,
the chalk and talk method. However, the college and the teaching faculty have
taken many initiatives for effective delivery of the curriculum. The College faculty
is trained by the computer department to make them familiar with the use
of computers so that they are able to use the modern technological resources
like internet, projectors and OHP's etc. to supplement their class room lectures. All the
staff members are well habituated to teach using modern teaching resources.

The college also conducts personality development programmes as a part of
curriculum for 2
nd
& 3
rd
year students. The college has created a Book Bank for the
use of teachers and students where in all the latest books are made available to the
faculty for their reference. The college also organizes special Personality
Development Programs for its students.A two hour program like campus recruitment
training program is organized, which is scheduled once in a week for all the branches of
second,third & forth years. The students are also taken out for educational tours
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such as industries/trade fairs, exhibitions and places of historical importance
to provide them a firsthand knowledge of various things. Furthermore, for
effective curriculum delivery, the college has got the provision of special/ remedial
classes for slow learners. Special classes are conducted for those students, who could
not attend the classes on account of NCC camp, NSS camp, social welfare or
participation in the sports or extracurricular activities to make up their loss.


1.1.5 How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as
Industry, research bodies and the university in effective operationalisation of the
curriculum?
Industry:

The college has set up a Training and Placement cell which maintains
professional relations with the representatives of industry. The HR managers
of various companies are invited to the college campus to interact with the
students. The students of various departments of the college are taken for
industrial visits from time to time to keep them abreast of the latest developments in
the market

Research Bodies:

To keep the research temper alive in the campus, research Scholars from
various fields are invited to the college to motivate the students to take up research
projectsin their further studies. The faculty members of the college are also
participated to take up research projects initiated by the affiliating university or the UGC.
Faculty members on their own also keep on interacting with various research
bodies and participate in various research projects. Some of the faculty members
being a member of the professional bodies like, ISTE, IETE Computer Society of
India(CSI), IEEE,ACM attend the conferences which in turn helps them in effective
operation of curriculum

University:

The faculty members of the college keep regularly in touch with their counter
parts at the affiliating university and get latest information regarding their own
respective subjects.They keep on visiting the Parent University time to time to keep
themselves abreast of the latest trends in their field of study. They have also
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subscribed the Journals Magazines published by various teaching departments of the
university. Further Professors from the parent university campus are also invited
to the college from time to time to give seminars and talks to the faculty members.

1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff members to the
development of the curriculum by the University?(number of staff
members/departments represented on the Board of Studies, student feedback,
teacher feedback, stakeholder feedback provided, specific suggestions etc

The principal / Dean are members of board of studies and our college supports
the development of the curriculum through suggestions offered by our principal during
the BOS meetings. Though the college faces a few constraints to modify the syllabus
on its own, yet the affiliating university has a system in place to get
recommendations from its affiliated colleges through Board of Studies. Large
number of faculty represents the academic bodies of the Jawaharlal Nehru
Technological University, Hyderabad who regularly participate in the process of
syllabus design. The members of the faculty brain storm and discuss amongst
themselves the designed by the relevance of the syllabus affiliating university. While
recommending or forwarding the suggestions to the Board of Studies our
teachers normally take into consideration the students' feedback as well as other
faculty members of various departments.

It has been a regular practice of the college to depute senior most faculties to
meet the students in the class rooms exclusively and informally outside the class room
to get their informal feedback. Outcome of parent-teacher meetings as well as report
from the administration is also taken into consideration while forwarding
suggestions to the board of studies.

1.1. 7 Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered
(other than those under the preview of the affiliating university)by it? If
yes, give details on the process ('Needs Assessment', design, development and
planning) and the courses for which the curriculum has been developed.

We accept that the scope of our autonomy is limited. The college does not enjoy
the freedom to frame its own curriculum for any of the academic programs. However,
the college tries to supplement the syllabus by arranging special classes for students or
by inviting experts from academia and industry.
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1.1.8 How does institution anlayse/ensure that the stated objectives of curriculum
are achieved in the course of implementation?

The institution has formed communication channels among all the stakeholders
to ensure that objectives of the curriculum are achieved in the course of
implementation. Once the academic session is in full swing and all the laid action plans
are being followed, the college at various points takes stock of the effectiveness
of these action plans. Also, the college ensures that during the course of
implementation, the stated objectives of the curriculum are achieved. To do this,
various class tests, mid exams are conducted to monitor the outcomes of
the syllabus.
Systematic documentation is maintained to review the outcomes of
the curriculum. If at any step, the college realizes that the laid objectives are not
being achieved; the college plans for a remedial action and strategies are devised to
cover up the gaps, if any; in the delivery of the curriculum to ensure that it
enables the college to achieve the stated objectives of the curriculum. College
also allocates student counseling method where 20 students of each class are
monitored by one faculty member who will be responsible to give information
about their attendance, marks to their parents on a periodical basis and also
counseling is done for them.

1.2 Academic Flexibility

1.2.1 Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the certificate/diploma/
Skill development courses etc., offered by the institution.

Keeping in mind the growing needs at state, national and global level and
considering the unprecedented need of making the environment eco friendly, the
college imparts education at Graduate/Post Graduate Degree Level in most of the
branches of Engineering and Technology.

In association with Infosys, Hyderabad, the departments of CSE, IT conduct
training programmes to II & III B.Tech and IV B.Tech students to impart IT Industry
specific knowledge under Infosys Campus Connect Programme to update their skill-
set and enhance their employability. The college established English Language
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Communication Skills (ELCS) lab which provides Infosys Campus Connect training.
The time-table provides Specific hours for
- Library
- Internet
- Counseling
- Sports
- Campus Recruitment Training (CRT)
- Seminars / Technical Quizzes

1.2.2 Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning /dual degree?
If 'yes', give details.

NO,The Institution does not offer any dual degree and twinning programmes.

1.2.3 Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of
skills development,academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability

Skill development:

Keeping in view of the growing importance of soft skills, the college is imparting
soft skills to the students right from first year. Along with regular subjects, exclusive
sessions are allotted in the class time tables to impart training on aptitude, verbal and
soft skills by external resource persons

Progression to higher studies:

In house GATE coaching classes by both internal and external subject experts
are conducted by each department on regular basis. Innovative/creative ideas of the
students are transformed into technology.

Improved potential for employability:

To improve the potential for employability, the college is arranging systematic
and continuous pre-placement training programmes and frequent mock tests to the
students from pre-final year onwards by expert trainees from external training agencies
like Manhautten, Hyderabad and Globarena Technologies, Hyderabad. The institute
arranges conduct of tests by external agencies like NASSCOM and Cocubes and
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provides the platform for placements in reputed companies through these tests

1.2.4 Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If 'yes', list them and
indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to admission,
curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.

The college offers the programmes recognized by the UGC and affiliated with
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad.

1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant to
regional and global employment markets? If 'yes' provide details of such
programme and the beneficiaries.

YES

The college regularly conducts Personality Development Programmes which
enhance the IQ, EQ and SQ level and communication skills of the participants. The
college also invites Guest speakers from the industry which provides regional and
global employment opportunities for the students. Special classes are taken for
communication skills taking into considerations the rural backgrounds of the
students. The coaching on Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) for attending the
interviews in industries is also imparted to students.

1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the conventional
face-to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to choose the
courses/combination of their choice? If 'yes', how does the institution take
advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?

No,
The university does not allow the flexibility of combining conventional face
to face and distance mode of education.






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1.3 Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1 Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
University's Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and
Institution's goals and objectives are integrated?

The institution being an affiliated college to the Jawaharlal Nehru
Technological University does not have the freedom of formulating its own curriculum.
Still, the courses run at UG and PG levels have their relevance to the institution's goals
and objectives. The college aims to impart such knowledge as may be necessary for
the all round development of the character of students thereby making them capable of
being better employed and at par with the highly competitive job markets. To reach out
to the goals and objectives, the institution has evolved additional inputs in the syllabi to
face the current trends in competitive areas. A series of Focused Group Discussions
among faculty members at departmental level throw light on the limitations in the
syllabus.

To make up any deficiencies, the college supplements the university's
Curriculum by imparting special courses like Personality Development, Campus
Recruitment Training to succeed in interviews conducted by various prestigious
companies. At UG level, the college is following the University instructions; by
offering a compulsory subject in the name of 'Environmental Engineering'. This
subject has been designed and developed by the great academicians from eminent
Institutes like IITs, NITs, and IIITs. The syllabus of this subject is framed in such a way
by the university that ecology and environment protection and preservation, value
orientation, global and national demands have made their entry significantly in the
course of studies.

1.3.2 What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and
organize the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the students and
cater to needs of the dynamic employment market?

As discussed in point 1.3.1, the college strictly adheres to the syllabus designed
by JNTU but while delivering this syllabus content to the students, our faculty enrich it
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with their own expertise and experience so that the students also gain employable
qualities that enable them get jobs in this highly competitive world. The training
and placement cell of the college regularly interacts with the HR managers of
reputed companies and collects first hand information about the demands and
expectations of the corporate sector regarding skill set of students.

These demands of the companies are then communicated to the feedback
committee which in turn formulates add on courses and extra classes which are then
conducted to make up the deficiencies in the students to make them employable. The
task of framing of curriculum of the college, as stated earlier, is in the hands of its
parent affiliating institution i.e. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University.

The institution can only enrich and organize the curriculum by
supplementing it with additional courses (discussed in point 1.3.1) so that the students
are benefited in the best possible manner. The institution has taken measures to cater
to the global market needs based on the true assessment of strengths and services
offered in the campus. To develop the required skills, brainstorming sessions are held
for the faculty to design the tools in the areas of Technology, use of computers and
providing in-depth knowledge in the respective subjects.

Under the guidance of various committees, special training and tailor made
orientations are conducted to enable the students to achieve the global standards. The
institution is completely computerized at the administration and academic levels.
Computer labs are well equipped with latest computers. Internet facility is made
available at the library. OHP, Computers, LCD Projectors are being used for effective
communication and teaching. All graduation courses involve one compulsory
fundamental of Computers, Programs along with its labs and workshops. The
study of this enables all graduates to be familiar with computer fundamentals
which enhance employability.

1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross
cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental Education,
Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?

Girls and boys participate in various co-curricular activities such as paper
presentations, organization of paper contests, group discussions, technical quiz
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programmes, etc. Both boys and girls are made members of various academic, co-
curricular and extra curricular activities.

Women protection cell is established in the college to look into the problems of girl
students and lady staff members.

Awareness workshops are conducted on human rights, climate change and
gender equivalence. Subjects on Environmental Studies and Morals & Ethics are
introduced in the curriculum to create awareness on environmental issues and build up
moral and ethical values among the student community. ICT is embedded in the
teaching learning process for effective delivery of curriculum.

The NSS unit of the college organizes clean and green programs in nearby
villages to bring awareness among general public and also takes their assistance in
tree plantation and keeping surroundings clean. Awareness programs are organized on
diseases like Swine flu, typhoid etc. Lectures by outside experts are arranged to induct
Ethical values among students.

1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes offered
to ensure holistic development of students?

moral and ethical values
employable and life skills
better career options
community orientation

Communication skills, Soft - Skills are offered by the college and due
weightage are given for these Courses. All the students of the institute have to
undergo these courses.
In addition in each programme in industry specified elective is introduced
in final year. Seminar and Mini - project introduced in present curriculum, in addition to
main project.

Better Career Options:

The college understands that the need of communication skills is vital for
the students for better career options. Therefore the institution arranges Verbal and
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Written Communication Skills workshops. Group discussions, Essay writing,
Recitation of poetry etc., which Contests are held at regular intervals English
language in the institution. It is a regular practice of the institution to invite expert
resource persons to conduct workshops on the development of communication
competence among the students. Students are also allotted the
different responsibilities in organizing various events and activities such as
cultural programmes, competitions, seminars, workshops etc. In this way they improve
their team building and organizational skills.

Community Orientation:

The college has an NSS team which regularly visits surrounding areas and
villages where people are provided awareness on various social, moral, ethical
principles and ways of life. NSS team of the college participates in
community services/development activities like organizing blood donation camps
periodically.

1.3.5 Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the
feedback from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?

The exit feedback is taken on all aspects including curriculum and training
programmes. The views of the students on curriculum are well received and the
relevant suggestions are communicated to the affiliating university. The views of the
students on training programmes arranged by the departments and training and
placement cell are taken and accordingly improvements are made in these
programmes wherever necessary.

Feedback from the employers is also taken to assess the capability of our
students to carryout the works in the industry and based on the opinion of industry; new
programmes are introduced in the curriculum to suit the requirements of the industry.
Institute offers suitable projects and enriches the curriculum using the feedback.

1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its enrichment
programmes?
The institution has a very clear and transparent way to monitor and
evaluate the quality of various enrichment programmes initiated by it. The feedback in
the form of interactions, discussions and suggestions is analyzed by a specially
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constituted committee and report is submitted to the head of the Department. An
advisory committee of first five experienced faculty members has been constituted to
monitor and evaluate the efficiency and success of these enrichment programs. This
committee meets with the higher authorities like Principal and the
Managing Committee from time to time and amends the enrichment programs to
meet the desired objectives. The Institution makes sure that the programmes
offered in the curriculum include contribution to national development,
fostering global competencies among students, inculcating a value system
among students, promoting the use of technology and quest for excellence.

The Colleges efforts to ensure that the curriculum bears a thrust on these core
values include the initiative for Contribution to national development. The college uses
education as the tool for empowering women and through the transaction of the
curriculum it has adopted, it seeks to address the all round development of the
students enrolled in the various academic programs if offers.

1.4 Feedback System

1.4.1 What are the contributions of the institution in the design and development
of the curriculum prepared by the University?

The institution is an affiliated college to the Jawaharlal Nehru
Technological University and therefore there is no scope for framing institution's
curriculum on its own. However, A systematic mechanism is installed in the
institution to look after the affairs of the feedback process and analysis through
the member of Board of Studies. Faculty members regularly attend workshops and
seminars on revision of curriculum. The College can only forward the suggestions
of its faculty to the university through the members of Board of studies. The design
and development of the curriculum is in the hands of the university only.

1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum? If 'yes', how is it communicated to the University?
and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and introducing
Changes/new programmes?
Yes,
Feedback is obtained from the outgoing students on curriculum and worthy
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suggestions is communicated to the University for Curriculum Enrichment though head
of the Institution. The feedback is also used internally to enrich the content and also fill
the gaps in the curriculum in the form of extra content. Students Council meetings are
organized almost every month to get feedback from the students. Alumni meets are
organized to obtain their views on curriculum and training and recommend their
suggestions to the University for Necessary Modification in the curriculum.

Interactive sessions between the college officials and parents are regularly
conducted to invite their suggestions with regard to curriculum and the training offered
by the institute. Based on the suggestions received from the knowledgeable parents,
internal meetings are conducted to identify the gaps in the curriculum and ways of
enriching the curriculum by adding extra content or conducting training programmes.

University places the proposed course structure and syllabus on university
website and invites the suggestions / comments of the faculty / departments on the
curriculum. The suggestions / comments of the faculty are communicated to the
affiliating University through the members of Board of Studies of the university.

Additional laboratory hours are provided to conduct experiments beyond the
syllabus to enrich the practical knowledge of the students. The library resources are
updated whenever curriculum changes are made and the required equipment is
procured to meet the needs.

1.4.3 How many new programmes/courses were introduced by the institution
during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing
new courses/programmes?)

The Anurag Engineering College in the recent past has introduced Four
Post Graduation courses namely M.Tech. in VLSI, Embedded Systems, CAD/CAM
and M. Tech in Electrical Power Systems (EPS). These apart, the college has also
introduced B. Tech in Civil Engineering Under Graduation courses. A dire need of
introducing post graduate disciplines of the above mentioned subjects was felt.
The college has certain core and elective courses in each program. Each
Program is designed keeping in view of fast changing technologies, industry
requirement, smooth progression to higher studies and the requirement of statutory
bodies. Each program has mandatory core courses and selected elective courses.

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CRITERION II

TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION


2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile

2.1.1 How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission
process?

The College follows the guidelines given by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher
Education (APSCHE), Government of Andhra Pradesh in the admission process.The
publicity to create awareness about the institute and its academic activities is achieved
through the following ways:

Advertisement in regional / national dailies

The college gives advertisements in national and regional English, Telugu and
Urdu language newspapers for publicity about the college. Also, the college gives
advertisements in newspapers for admissions for B-Category (Management/NRI quota)
seats and spot admissions for B.Tech, M.Tech, and M.B.A courses. Interested
candidates can download the application from college website and they have to submit
the filled in application to the principal or through online. The institute completes the B-
category admissions based on merit order.

College Website


The college has a regularly updated website www.anurag.ac.in which
provides all information about the college.

Awareness and induction programmes are conducted for parents and
students on the admission process and education system of the college.

The college firmly believes that students and parents are its best
ambassadors.
Brochure & Handbook

The college publishes brochure and handbook which highlight the vision, mission
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and philosophy of the college, code of conduct, university regulations, courses offered,
quality and details of the teaching staff, library, sports and games, laboratory and other
infrastructural facilities

Admission process

All the admissions made are controlled by Andhra Pradesh State Council
for Higher Education (APSCHE). All admissions made are in two categories.

Category A: 70% of the total seats are filled thorough common
counseling carried out by APSCHE.
Category B: 30% of the admissions are made by the college as per the
guidelines of the APSCHE.

Entire admission process is highly transparent and there is no scope for any deviation.

2.1.2 Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission (Ex. (i) merit
(ii) common admission test conducted by state agencies and national agencies
(iii) combination of merit and entrance test or merit, entrance test and interview
(iv) any other) to various programmes of the Institution.

Admission process is totally under the control of APSCHE and according
to the guidelines mentioned in the various G.O's released by A.P. Govt. There is a
central on line system maintained by APSCHE for 70% of the Category - A seats
The students are allowed to choose any particular branch of engineering in any
of the engineering colleges. They can give multiple choices regarding the
college in order of preference. Government allots the seats to the students
through online process based on the merit and rank in EAMCET, PGECET,
ICET,GATE & ECET. The student can choose alternate college if they do not like
the Original allotment given by Government.

If any seats left vacant due to non- reporting or any other reason in
category-A, the seats are filled at the end of the counseling in institutional spot
admissions as per the norms of the convener of the common entrance test. The
remaining 30 % of the total seats (Category - B) are filled by the college as per the
guidelines issued by the APSCHE in highly transparent manner. The college will sent a
list of admitted candidates along with necessary certificates to APSCHE for approval.
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2.1.3 Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission at
entry level for each of the programs offered by the college and provide a
comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the city/district.

All affiliated colleges are governed by the admission procedures and guidelines
prescribed by the APSCHE (Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education),
Government of Andhra Pradesh.

i) A-Category (Convener Quota) admissions: Criteria followed

First B.Tech EAMCET ranks
Second B.Tech (Lateral Entry) ECET ranks
M.Tech GATE / PGECET ranks
MBA ICET ranks


ii) B- Category (Management Quota) admissions : Criteria followed

Program Mode of Selection

A-Category (Convener Quota) students must
For all B. Tech.
branches
have passed 12th Standard. B-category
students
must have passed 12th Standard with
minimum


50% marks
For all M. Tech.
branches
Must have passed relevant B. Tech with
minimum 50% marks
Master of Business
Must have
passed any Degree with minimum
Administration (MBA) 50% marks


2.1.4 Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process
and student profiles annually? If yes what is the outcome of such an effort and
how has it contributed to the improvement of the process?

The process of admissions is totally under the control of the APSCHE,
Government of Andhra Pradesh. So, admission process cannot be reviewed by
institute. Even though admission process is uniform across the state, admitted students
profiles are reviewed by the Institute every year. This analysis give which departments
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are prominent and recognized by the students seeking admissions and also which
departments require uplifting in view of lower level candidates admission. Comparison
with other institutions in the surrounding helps to evaluate the status of the institutions in
merit.

Institute highlights its achievements in media to improve its profile and attract
better students. It is hoped that the quality of teaching and care taken by the college,
such as conducting special classes for slow learners , Campus Recruitment Training,
GATE coaching, encouraging students to participate in seminars, group discussions,
technical skills, communication skills etc. will be spread by students to improvement in
quality of admissions.


2.1.5 Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase / improve access for
following categories of students, enumerate on how the admission policy of the
institution and its student profiles demonstrate / reflect the National commitment
to diversity and inclusion.

SC/ST OBC
Women
Differently
abled
Economically weaker sections
Minority community
Any other

The process of admissions is totally under the control of the APSCHE, Government of
Andhra Pradesh.

SC/ST/OBC/Economically weaker sections

The admission procedure for SC/ST/OBC/EWS students is as per the
reservation policy of the State Government. Book bank facility is provided for SC/ST
students. Fee reimbursement is given by the state government to the SC/ST/OBC/
EWS students.

Women

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33% of the admitted students in convener quota are women as per reservation
policy of the state government. They can also compete under open category.

The no. of girl students admitted during the last four years is given below:

Program 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
B.Tech 198 200 234 188
M.Tech 47 33 29 19
MBA 17 16 20 22
Total 262 249 283 229
Percentage of all
Students 42.39 27.36 29.32 27.45

Differently abled

Differently abled students are allotted seats as per the reservation policy of the
state government. Lift is available for them to go to labs or computer centre in the first
and second floors.. Seats are reserved for them in the classrooms.

Minority community

Reservation is available to the minority community under BC-E category as per
the state governments policies.


Programme 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10

B.Tech 21 19 28



M.Tech 5 3 0



Percentage of all
0.04 0.034 0.05

Students








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2.1.6 Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the
institution during the last four years and comment on the trends. i.e. reasons for
increase / decrease and actions initiated for improvement.


2012-13
SNo Program Branch Intake Admited
1
UG
Civil Engineering 60 37
2 Electrical & Electronics Engg. 90 78
3 Mechanical Engineering 180 101
4 Electronics &Communication Engg 240 161
5 Computer Science and Engineering 240 57
1
PG
Computer Science and Engineering 36 31
2 Power Electronics & Electric Drives 36 19
3 VLSI System Design 36 10
4 Software Engineering 18 3
5 Embededed systems 18 9
6 CAD/CAM 18 2
7 EPS 24 15
8 Machine Design 24 13
9 Master of Business Administration 60 31
2011-12
1
UG
Civil Engineering 60 45
2 Electrical & Electronics Engg. 90 84
3 Mechanical Engineering 120 96
4 Electronics &Communication Engg 180 160
5 Computer Science and Engineering 180 138
1
PG
VLSI System Design 36 3
2 Embedded Systems 18 10
3 Computer Science and Engineering 36 26
4 Power Electronics & Electric Drives 36 25
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5 CAD/CAM 18 7
6 Software Engineering 18 5
7 MBA 60 45
2010-11
1
UG
Civil Engineering 60 57
2 Electrical & Electronics Engg. 90 90
3 Mechanical Engineering 60 60
4 Electronics &Communication Engg 120 120
5 Computer Science and Engineering 120 120
6 Information Technology 90 56
1
PG
VLSI System Deisgn 36 20
2 Embedded Systems 18 6
3 Computer Science and Engineering 36 36
4 Power Electronics & Electric Drives 18 18
5 CAD/CAM 18 13
7 Software Engineering 18 6
8 MBA 60 56
2009-10
1
UG
Civil Engineering 60 49
2 Electrical & Electronics Engg. 90 80
3 Mechanical Engineering 60 60
4 Electronics &Communication Engg 120 112
5 Computer Science and Engineering 120 102
6 Information Technology 90 71
1
PG
VLSI System Deisgn 18 15
2 Embedded Systems 18 6
3 Computer Science and Engineering 18 18
4 Power Electronics & Electric Drives 18 18
5 CAD/CAM 18 7
7 Software Engineering 18 17
8 MBA 60 60

Keeping in the view of the demand for different courses, the number of seats
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(intake) over the years. In the recent years student are not opting for IT programme it is
shrinking opportunities.
2.2 Catering to Diverse Needs of Students

2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students
and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?


The institution is fully adhering to Andhra Pradesh Government policies
regarding the needs of differently-abled students.
The seats are reserved and offered according to the government policies at the
time of admission in various programs and courses.
Lift is available for them to go to labs or computer centre in the first and second
floors. Separate toilets are available to them. Seats are reserved for them in the
classrooms.
In case of extreme physical disability, class work is arranged in the ground floor.
Students having vision and functional disability are provided with scribes during
examinations. Extra time is allotted for laboratory classes and special care will
be taken for such students.


2.2.2 Does the institution assess the students needs in terms of knowledge and
skills before the commencement of the programme? If yes, give details on the
process.

YES.

Institution by virtue of its long standing can appropriately assess the
knowledge levels of students who come from different sectors of the society like rural
regions, Telugu medium students, from other backward states etc even before the
commencement of programs. The weak students traced out by the faculty team and
they are given extra remedial classes in order to cope with their fellow students. These
students are counseled by the senior faculty team and get the feedback of their
studies and personal issues so that they can perform well in their studies.

Awareness Programme:

The college arranges Orientation Programme to the students
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aspiringadmission in B.Tech programme and their parents before the admission
process commences to explain the admission procedure and to create awareness in
them on branch selection and also on college selection, importance of faculty and also
facilities needed for students to study in the college they choose. Induction Programme
is arranged every year for students and their parents before commencement of class
work at which the information regarding facilities, faculty expertise, rules & regulations,
discipline code of the college, and the teaching-learning methodology is given to create
awareness about the college. The students and parents are encouraged to express
their problems

2.2.3 What are the strategies drawn and deployed by the institution to bridge the
knowledge gap of the enrolled students to enable them to cope with the
programme of their choice? (Bridge / Remedial / Add-on / Enrichment Courses,
etc.)

Yes. The College offers Bridge Courses, Remedial Coaching for the benefit of the slow
learners.
Bridge Courses: The College offers one week bridge courses in order to strengthen
knowledge of basic concepts in Engineering Subjects this program is offered at the
commencement of each academic year.

Remedial Coaching: Based on the Diagnostic Test and the performance of students
in the Assignments and Internals, students are selected for Remedial Coaching.The
Remedial Sessions are scheduled in holidays and after college hours.


2.2.4 How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such as
gender, inclusion, environment etc.?

The college which is co-educational institution sensitizes staff and
students on issues gender, inclusion, environment etc..by holding
seminars and conferences wherein the experts from the above
mentioned fields are invited to share and deliver their experiences and
knowledge.
Drawing and essay competitions are held regarding environment issues
to keep them alive to such issues.
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Environmental Studies are part of the regular curriculum.

A women protection cell is formulated headed by one senior lady staff
member, one lady faculty member from each department (if available) .
This cell looks after the welfare of girl students and lady staff members.





2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to special educational /
learning needs of advanced learners?

Infosys Foundation Programme (IFP): Infosys launched an academia-
industry partnership initiative termed Campus Connect (CC). As part of
CC, the college is running a foundation programme, a Technical skills
programme, for the benefit of the students.
Encouraging them to participate in classroom seminars, group discussions,
technical quizzes etc. for developing analytical, problem solving and
presentation skills.
Motivating to access latest online journals, reference materials and help
them to understand the emerging trends in their field of study.
Training to use audio visual aids like power point, charts and models for
effective presentation.
Providing opportunities to develop their creativity by organizing
intercollegiate
as well as national level cultural, literary, technical and sports competitions
Motivating to access latest online journals,reference materials and help
them to understand the emerging trends in their field of study Training to
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use audio visual aids like power point, charts, models etc for
effective presentation.
Pre-placement training (PPT) classes are conducted to improve their
performance in the placement interview.
Encouraging them to prepare for competitive examinations like GATE, CAT
etc.,
Appointing them as student representatives at the department level
committees to develop leadership skills.
Assigning mini projects, industrial visits & Tours to inculcate
research orientation and practical awareness


2.2.6 How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and information
on the academic performance (through the programme duration) of the students
at risk of drop out (students from the disadvantaged sections of society,
physically challenged, slow learners, economically weaker sections etc.)?

Academic performance of the students from the disadvantaged sections of
society, physically challenged, slow learners, economically weaker sections etc.. is
detected by the teachers during their lectures in classrooms. We take marks as
important criteria for identifying slow learning students and subjected to various
methods of evaluation like vocal responses, sample individual responses and
written test after each unit of syllabus. The students who do not seem to cope
up with the pace of learning are advised and counseled by the faculty
particularly assigned to each of student assisting with some kind of study material
and intensive interactive sessions. These students are also given some special
classes and also to be motivated by providing some additional learning materials
such as textbooks and solved question papers from examinations.

Such students are asked to explain their problems and the following measures
are taken to reduce the drop outs.
Special classes are conducted for students deficient in language skills.
Remedial classes are organized to clarify doubts, re-explaining ofcritical topics for
improving performance.
One faculty member is assigned as counselor for every 20 students. The faculty
counselor assesses the nature of their problem. Students with psychological /
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emotional problems are also motivated in a friendly way to reach their academic
goals.
Poor performance due to frequent absenteeism is dealt with by informing by phone
and sending registered letters to the parents of such students.

Teachers prepare separate learning material for slow learners.
All the staff members maintain good relations with students and deal with their
problems in a sympathetic manner.

2.3 Teaching-Learning Process

2.3.1 How does the college plan and organise the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan, evaluation blue print,
etc.)

i) Academic calendar:

Teaching and evaluation schedules are fixed by the affiliating
university for each program. Academic calendar is forwarded to all
colleges implementing the programs. Based on academic calendar
faculty prepares their course plans and lecture plans etc.
Course-coverage is monitored by HOD and reports the same to
the Principal. Wherever, a deviation is observed, the HOD seeks
clarification from the faculty member concerned. Special remedial
class work is planned.
The major evaluation schedules for mid examinations and main
examinations at the end of year/ semester shall also be given
by the affiliating university which is strictly followed by the
examination section
Time table for the students is displayed in each department Notice
Board
The department level academic calendar, prepared keeping in view
the University academic calendar, includes different activities to be
organized by the department.

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ii) Handouts:
The handout consists of
Text books, Reference books and important URLs for the subject
material.
Assignment and important questions in each unit.
Lab manuals.

iii) Teaching Plan:

Head of the department conducts meeting with the faculty before
commencement of the semester course work in which subject allocation
is made.

Class timetables are prepared and displayed in all the notice boards.
Every faculty member prepares a course file.
Teaching plan is prepared by concerned faculty of subject using
academic calendar.
Teaching Plan is monitored by HOD and reports the same to the
Principal. Wherever, a deviation is observed, the HOD seeks
clarification from the faculty member concerned. Special remedial class
work is planned.

Laboratory manuals are prepared and supplied to students at the
beginning of the semester.

Review meetings are arranged periodically to review the coverage of
syllabus.

Teacher uses teaching aids like LCDs wherever they are necessary.

iv) Evaluation:

Two mid exams are conducted for a theory subject in each semester.Mid
exam contains subjective questions as well as objective type questions
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and 5 marks given for assignment.
Two internal exams are conducted for a practical (Lab) subject in each
semester. Continuous evaluation procedure is followed for practical
subjects. Internal marks are awarded by following University guidelines.
Practical subject contains 25 marks for internal exam. In this 15 marks
are awarded for day to day evaluation and 10 marks are given for Test.
University conducts end semester examinations in both theory and
practical subjects and arranges evaluation.
Evaluation of mini-projects and main projects is also under the purview
of the University.

2.3.2 How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching learning process?

Internal Quality Assurance Committee (IQAC) consists of senior
academic professors and associate professors as members who
constantly monitor the internal question papers for MID examinations
set by staff members and quality and level of testing students is
maintained always. Further the committee also scrutinizes paper
correction and identify under rating and over rating of students by the
faculty during evaluations process.

Development of Quality benchmark / parameters for various academic
and administrative activities of the institute.

It also promotes art of infrastructure through the collaborations with
industries, research and consultancy. These activities also promote
good relationship with the industries and society in appointing
experienced and expert faculty from IITs, NITs and Universities to
upgrade their expertise in their concerned areas

IQAC also act upon complaints & suggestions regarding quality of
teaching, teaching aids, and other facilities required and suggest
management to rectify the problem

2.3.3 How learning is made more student-centric? Give details on the support
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structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills like interactive
learning, collaborative learning and independent learning among the students?

The college offers support services to the teachers for making the learning
student centric. The college organizes guest lectures and arranges industrial visits for
students to develop their interactive, collaborative and independent learning

Interactive learning

Separate e-classroomis provided for each department.
The college provides state of the art seminar halls and e-classrooms
where students participate in group discussions, debates and seminars.

Collaborative learning

The college has the facility of teaching aids such as OHP,
LCDprojectors, broadband internet connectivity, Wi-Fi connectivity.
The departments maintain department libraries and internet facilityto
access all the journal, e-material, e-books etc through library server
enabling the students and faculty to keep abreast of the latest
developments in their respective fields.

Independent learning
The college provides well stocked library which consists of bulk of books,
journals, project reports and other teaching material for use to students
and faculty.
The department provides well equipped labs for improvingprogramming
skills & logical thinking.

2.3.4 How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and scientific
temper among the students to transform them into life-long learners and
innovators?

The students are encouraged to design their own applications using the
available equipment in the laboratory and software. The faculty motivates the students
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to participate in model making, paper presentations, software contests and various co-
curricular activities in various events organized in and outside the college.

The scientific temper among students is enhanced by providing additional
laboratory hours and research activities. Students are encouraged to participate in
project competitions and workshops with hands-on experience.

Students are encouraged to take up live / industry projects. Students are encouraged to
gain knowledge in interdisciplinary subjects through selection of open electives,
seminars and discussions with experts.

The college encourages participating in games & sports, NSS and other social
activities to enhance their team-work skills, self esteem, and personality. To hone critical
thinking process of students various group discussions, debates and seminars are
organized in which students explore new ideas.

2.3.5 What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the faculty
for effective teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories, e-learning - resources from
National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) and National
Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology
(NME-ICT), open educational resources, mobile education, etc.

E-learning Resources
Modern teaching aids like OHP, Multimedia, Projectors, and Internet
enabled Computer systems are used for class room instruction as well
as other student learning experiences.
The students are also encouraged to use computer software packages
for their projects.
OCW/ MIT are accessible.

NPTEL

NPTEL video courses on various subjects are provided in the library.

2.3.6 How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of knowledge
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and skills (blended learning, expert lectures, seminars, workshops etc.)?

The staff members are encouraged to participate in short-term
courses, staff development programmes and workshops on
advanced topics to enhance their level of knowledge under TEQIP.
The departments conduct paper contest, poster presentation,
technical exhibition etc. under departmental association activities
The faculty members have been participating in the national and
international conferences and presented many papers in past and
recent years.

2.3.7 Detail (process and the number of students/benefited) on the academic,
personal and psycho-social support and guidance services (professional
counseling/mentoring/academic advice) provided to students?

Academic counselors allotted for each class by HOD of concern
department. Academic Counselors carefully monitor the regularity of
attendance and the performance of the students in internal
evaluation tests and end semester examinations. Accordingly, the
students are advised and also remedial classes are conducted for
poor performers to improve their performance in the subsequent
examinations.

Counselors are allotted for each class or group of students to provide
academic and personal guidance. Usually, one faculty member is
assigned as counselor for a group of 20 students.
The students who need psychological boosting and the students who
are psycho-socially left out are provided psychological counseling by
inviting the psychologists. Counseling seminars are conducted every
year by renowned counselors to all the students, particularly at 1st
year level.
The faculty members act as a true friend, philosopher and guide for
the students during this activity. Almost 50-60% of the student with
lower academic base, in each class get benefit from this process.

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2.3.8 Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted by
the faculty during the last four years? What are the efforts made by the institution
to encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative approaches and the impact
of such innovative practices on student learning?

Each department has an exclusive well equipped seminar hall and e-
class room.
The use of modern multi-media teaching aids like OHP, LCD
projectors.
Audios and videos in advanced subjects made available to faculty
and students.
Changing the teaching methodology by encouraging the faculty
to use power point presentation where ever and whenever the
curriculum demands.
Use of online-content and NPTEL, and other Video lectures to
Support the Class - room teaching.
Use of Moodle is encouraged and the entire faculty was trained by
experts

2.3.9 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?

Carpet area of library (in m
2
) 720sqmt
Reading space (in m
2
) 320sqmt
Number of seats in reading space 450
Number of users (issue book) per day 215
Number of users (reading space) per day 115
Timings: During working day, weekend, and vacation 8 to 8
Number of library staff 08
Number of library staff with a degree in Library
Management 06
Computerisation for search, indexing, issue/return
records Bar coding used yes

Timings: Academic (Working day) 8.00 am to 6.00 pm
Academic (Weekend) 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
Vacation / Holidays 9.00 am to 5.00 pm


Library services on Internet/Intranet INDEST or other similar membership archives
IEEE, ISME, DELNET
No. of titles: 4425
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Number of volumes: 30278

Year Number of new
titles added
Number of
new editions
Number of new
volumes added
2010-11 300 10 2368
2011-12 315 20 3305
2012-13 320 35 4758


Scholarly journal subscription

Details 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
Science As soft copy
As hard copy
Engg. and Tech. As soft copy 171 500 150 10
As hard copy 136 192 166 140
Pharmacy As soft copy
As hard copy
Architecture As soft copy
As hard copy
Hotel Manageme
nt
As soft copy
As hard copy


Digital Library


Availability of digital library content:Digital library software,NPTEL VIDEOS
If available, mention number of courses, number of e-books,
etc. 250
Availability of an exclusive server: YES
Availability over Intranet/Internet: YES
Availability of exclusive space/room: YES
Number of users per day: 115

2.3.10 Does the institutin face any challenges in completing the curriculum with
in the placed time frame and calendar? If yes, elaboratie on the challenges
encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these.

The Institution is not facing any challenges completing the curriculum with in the
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planned time frame and calendar,as is observed from regular academic audit

2.3.11 How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching
learning?
The College is adopting following methods to continuously monitor,
evaluate and report on the quality of teachning and teachning
methods used by the faculty.
Perodic checking of course file of each subject reveals the quality of
teaching content and methods adopted for teaching the course
Student feedback on each course at the end of the semester,analysis
of feedback and follow-up action by HOD Verifiation on quality of
question papers and assignment questions and student answer
scripts by internal quality assurance cell.
Periodic review by HOD and principal on coverage of content
Student performance in mid Examinatrions and the assignments are
reviewed by HOD in department meeting.





























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NOTE: Students are to award the points against each item subject wise.



ANURAG Engineering College
Ananthagiri (V), Kodad (M), Nalgonda Dist.

STUDENT FEED BACK FORM OCT 2013
II B.Tech I Semister CSE Academic Semister 2.7.2013 30.10.2013
Note: Students should read each point carefully and award points as per the scale
given below against each item carefully
The Scale is 1 - 5 i.e.
Excellent 5, Very Good 4, Good 3, Satisfactory 2, Not Satisfactory- 1



Name of the Course: Faculty Name
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (P&S) : ASHOK
MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATYON OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (MFCS) : D.Sindhu
DATA STRUCTURE THROUGH C++(DSC++) : MADHAVI
DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN (DLD) : UDAY BHASKAR
ELECTRONIC DEVICE AND CIRCUIT (EDC) : RAVIKUMAR
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BEE) : POMYA


PTO
Name of the Faculty Ashok Sindhu Madhuri
Uday
bhasker
Raviku
mar
Poomya
Subject P&S MFCS DSC++ DLD EDC BEE
Punctuality to class


Presentation Skills


Use of examples and
illustrations

Preparation of the teacher


Organization of the lecturer


Pace of the syllabus
coverage

Interest stimulated by the
teacher

Applications of the topics
covered

Interaction with students


Willingness to clear the
doubts

Total (%):


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Note: Students should read each point carefully and award points as per the scale
given below against each item carefully
The Scale is 1 - 5 i.e.
Excellent 5, Very Good 4, Good 3, Satisfactory 2, Not Satisfactory- 1
Availability of Drinking Water
Sanitation and other facilities
Clean, well Lit and Ventilated Classrooms
Canteen Facility
Sports Facilities
Timings of Coaching Classes
Office Timings
Transport Facility
Redressal of Problems referred to Management
Library Timings

Suggestions if any:
Evaluated by:
Faculty Name


Based on the feedback collected from the students on the faculty and the result
analysis, the following reward and corrective measures are taken up in the Institute

Rewards:

Appreciation letter for those who score 4 points and above on 5 pointscale.
Appreciation letter for those who are producing 95% and above resultsin
University Examinations
Consideration of enhancement of scale / promotion depending on qualification,
experience and performance
Corrective measures:

Counseling the faculty who scored less than 3.5 points on 5 -point scale.
Sponsoring for refresher courses to improve the subject knowledge.
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Organizing workshops on teaching methodologies / micro-teaching.
Arranging specialized lectures by eminent faculty.
Making available E-lectures in the department libraries.

2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies adopted by
the college in planning and management (recruitment and retention) of its human
resource (qualified and competent teachers) to meet the changing requirements
of the curriculum?
Recruitment of faculty:

The college recruits and retains the faculty who are competent, qualified,
experienced and experts in their respective field of study.

The college advertises the recruitment of the faculty in the state and
national level newspapers and conducts interviews by inviting the outside
subject experts and internal senior faculty. AICTE and University
guidelines are followed for recruitment of staff.

The following is the procedure in brief for recruitment of faculty.


Workload from Departments


Cadre-wise requirement as per AICTE


Calling for applications through advertisement and website


Scrutiny of applications


Interview calls by post and e-mail


Selection committee which includes external subject experts



Issue of Appointment letters





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Faculty Details:



Professor
Associate Assistant
Highest qualification Professor Professor Total


Male Female Male Female Male Female
Permanent teachers :
D.Sc./D.Litt. - - - - - - -
Ph.D. 11 - 11
ME / M.Tech - - 26 3 90 15 125
M.Phil. - - - - - - -
PG (M.Sc/ MA/
M.Com/
- - 12 3 24 18 47

MCA/MBA)


UG (B.Tech) - - - - 12 6 18
Temporary teachers : NIL
Part-time
teachers : NIL



2.4.2 How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity of
qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/ modern areas (emerging
areas) of study being introduced (Biotechnology, IT, Bioinformatics etc.)?
Provide details on the efforts made by the institution in this direction and the
outcome during the last three years.

The departments of Computer Science & Engineering and
Information Technology have organized several workshops /
seminars on the latest subjects pertaining to the IT. This has helped
the faculty members to update their knowledge in those subjects.
To attract the new faculty and to retain the existing teachers the
college provides motivational incentives like sponsoring to higher
education, incentives for retention and academic advancement of
faculty and special pay and providing research facilities in all the
departments to pursue their Ph.D. programmes.

Faculty members are deputed to various conferences /seminars /
workshops organized by other institutes on latest subjects by
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granting academic leave and bearing all the expenditures including
registration fee.

During the last four years, many of our faculty members have
participated in number of state level, national and international level
seminars and workshops under TEQIP. All these teacher centric
facilities helped the college in retaining the existing faculty and
attracting qualified and experienced faculty to the college.


2.4.3 Providing details on staff development programmes during the last four
years elaborate on the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing the
teacher quality.


a) Nomination of faculty to Staff Development programmes during the last
four years.

S.No.
Name of
the Faculty
Venue Topic
No.
Da
ys
Date Place
DEP
T
A.Y.
1
K.Siva
Shanker
ACE ADRA 2 3/22/2014
Hydera
bad
EEE 2013-14
2
T.Veerende
r
ACE ADRA 2 3/22/2014
Hydera
bad
EEE 2013-14
3 L.Ramesh IIT FDP 2 3/7/2014
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2013-14
4
K.Veeranja
neyulu
IIT FDP 2 3/7/2014
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2013-14
5
L.Nageswar
a Rao
MS
Ramaiah
School of
Adv.
Studies
FDP 3 2/20/2014
Bangal
ore
ECE 2013-14
6
P.Niranjan
Kumar
IIM MDP 5 1/12/2014 Indore CSE 2013-14
7
M.Srinivasa
Rao
IIM MDP 5 1/12/2014 Indore H&S 2013-14
8
N.Guruvaia
h
SNIST Innovation 2 1/23/2014
Hydera
bad
I-I-I
Cell
2013-14
9
Ch.Vidya
Sagar
SNIST Innovation 2 1/23/2014
Hydera
bad
TPO 2013-14
10
D.Sindhu
ESCI
Basic
Pedagogy
5 1/20/2014
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
11 Dr.P.Rajesh BVB CET ICITEE- 3 1/16/2014 Hubli BoG 2013-14
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war Reddy 2014
12 P.Neelima BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli EEE 2013-14
13
Dr.M.V.Siva
Prasad
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli CSE 2013-14
14
YVR Naga
Pawan
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli CSE 2013-14
15
G.Srinivasa
Rao
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli CSE 2013-14
16
V.Srinivasa
Rao
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli ECE 2013-14
17
Md.Sikande
r Bab
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli
MEC
H
2013-14
18
S.Chandra
Sekhar
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli EEE 2013-14
19 R.Anupama BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli H&S 2013-14
20
M.V.Vasud
evan
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli EEE 2013-14
21
B.Srinivasa
rao
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli IT 2013-14
22 G.Prasad BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli TPO 2013-14
23
N.Guruvaia
h
BVB CET
ICITEE-
2014
3 1/16/2014 Hubli
I-I-I
Cell
2013-14
24
Ch.Srinivas
a Rao
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 16-Dec-13
Chandi
garh
EEE 2013-14
25
B.Ravi
Kumar
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 16-Dec-13
Chandi
garh
ECE 2013-14
26 S.Neelima ISB MDP 2 23-Dec-13
Hydera
bad
BoG 2013-14
27
Ch.Vidya
Sagar
Hotel Taj
Krishna
CII-
Employabil
ity
Conclave
1 21-Dec-13
Hydera
bad
Plac
eme
nts
2013-14
28
Ch.Vidya
Sagar
ITsAP 1 11-Dec-13
Hydera
bad
Plac
eme
nts
2013-14
29
S.Ravi
Kumar
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 25-Nov-13
Chandi
garh
CSE 2013-14
30
J.Naga
Raju
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 25-Nov-13
Chandi
garh
CSE 2013-14
31
Md.Sikande
r Baba
IIM MDP 5 25-Nov-13 Indore
MEC
H
2013-14
32
Dr.N.V.N.R
avi Kumar
IIM MDP 5 25-Nov-13 Indore ECE 2013-14
33
Ch.Vidya
Sagar
Hotel Taj
Krishna
CII
Induction
Meet
1 8-Nov-13
Hydera
bad
Plac
eme
nts
2013-14
34 G.Prasad
Hotel Taj
Krishna
CII
Induction
Meet
1 8-Nov-13
Hydera
bad
Plac
eme
nts
2013-14
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35
H.Venkates
wara Rao
JNTUH
Know Your
Student
2 31-Oct-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2013-14
36 K.Srikanth JNTUH
Know Your
Student
2 31-Oct-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2013-14
37
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
JNTUH
Know Your
Student
2 31-Oct-13
Hydera
bad
ECE 2013-14
38
V.Santhosh
Kumar
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 28-Oct-13
Chandi
garh
ECE 2013-14
39
V.Srinivasa
Rao
ASCI MDP 6 30-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
ECE 2013-14
40
T.Nageswar
a Rao
ICT
TEQIP
Innovation
Meet
2 25-Sep-13
Mumba
i
ECE 2013-14
41 M.Bhasha ICT
TEQIP
Innovation
Meet
2 25-Sep-13
Mumba
i
ECE 2013-14
42
B.Durga
Malleshwar
a Reddy
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
1 2-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
ECE 2013-14
43 M.Basha
IIT
Hyderabad
TEQIP
Conclave
2 30-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
ECE 2013-14
44
Ch.Mallikarj
una Rao
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
ECE
2012-13
45
V.Srinivasa
Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
46 M.Basha
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
47
B.Durga
Malleshwar
a Reddy
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
48
K.Veenana
nd
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
49
V.Srinivasa
Rao
Hotel Park
Conferenc
e for
Organising
Workshops
1
13
th
Oct
2012
Vizag ECE 2012-13
50 M.Basha
National
Institute Of
Workshopo
n NPTEL &
2
31
st
Aug to
1
st
Sep
Waran
gal
ECE 2012-13
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y
NMEICT 2012
51
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
V.N.R.V.J.I
.E.T
(Velasim-
2K12)
Workshop
Signal
Processing
Conferenc
e
2
29
th
to 30
th

Aug 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
52
V.Santhosh
Kumar
G.Narayan
amma
Institute
and
Technolog
y
Workshop
on VLSI
Design
Tools by
Mentor
Graphics
2
20
th
-23
rd

June-2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2012-13
53
K.Veenana
d
Jayamukhi
Institute of
Tech and
Sciences
Workshop
on Adv
Embedded
and RTOS
12
18
th
June
1
st
July
2012
Waran
gal
ECE 2012-13
54
K.Raghava
Krishna
Jayamukhi
Institute of
Tech and
Sciences
Workshop
on Adv
Embedded
and RTOS
12
18
th
June
1
st
July
2012
Waran
gal
ECE 2012-13
55
V.Srinivasa
Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on ABET
Accreditati
on
3
9
th
11
th

Feb 2012
Hydera
bad
ECE 2011-12
56
Y.Sunil
Gavaskar
Reddy
Karunya
University
ICDCS-
2012,
Sample
and Hold
Amplifier
2
15
th
and
16
th
Mar
2012
Coimb
atore,
INDIA
ECE 2011-12
57
T.Nageswar
a Rao
Karunya
University
ICDCS-
2012,
Evaluation
of music
algorithm
for a smart
antenna
system for
mobile
communic
ations
2
15
th
and
16
th
Mar
2012
Coimb
atore,
INDIA
ECE 2011-12
58
V.Srinivasa
Rao
(Internation
al)
Robust
Multiuser
Detection
in
Synchrono
us DS-
CDMA
System
with MRC
Receive
Diversity
over
Nakagami-
m Fading
2
1
st
an 2
nd

Dec 2011
Macau
,
CHINA
ECE 2011-12
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Channel
59
V.Srinivasa
Rao
Vidya
Jyothi Inst.
Of
Technolog
y
Design &
Developme
nt of
Mobile
Embedded
System
1
11
th
Feb
2011
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
60
T.Nageswar
a Rao
Vidya
Jyothi Inst.
Of
Technolog
y
Design &
Developme
nt of
Mobile
Embedded
System
1
11
th
Feb
2011
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
61
Dr.N.V.N.R
avi Kumar
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention
for
Academics
and
Research
3
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
62
T.Nageswar
a Rao
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention
for
Academics
and
Research
3
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th

Dec2010
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
63
B.Durga
Malleshwar
a Reddy
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention
for
Academics
and
Research
3
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
64
B.Hariprasa
d Naik
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention
for
Academics
and
Research
3
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hydera
bad
ECE 2010-11
65 M.Basha JNTUH
Digital
Signal
Processing
3
14
th
to 16
th

June 2010
Hydera
bad
ECE
2009-
2010
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66
Mr.G.Sriniv
asa Rao
Hotel
Dasapalla
Faculty
Summit on
Big Data
1 20-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
67
Mr.G.V.Mur
thy
Hotel
Dasapalla
Faculty
Summit on
Big Data
1 20-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
68
Dr.M.V.Siva
Prasad
ISB MDP 2 2-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
69
Mr.G.V.S.C
H.S.L.V.Pra
sad
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
1 2-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
70
Mr.G.Sriniv
asa Rao
IIT H
TEQIP
Conclave
2 30-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
71
Mr.P.Guruli
ngam
IIT H
TEQIP
Conclave
2 30-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
72
Mr.P.Niranj
an Kumar
JNTUCEH
Seven Day
FSIT
Master
Training
7 19-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
73
Mr.Ch.Krish
na Prasad
JNTUCEH
Seven Day
FSIT
Master
Training
7 19-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
74
Mr.Y.V.R.N
aga Pawan
Hotel Taj
Krishna
HR
Conclave
10 Edition
2 2-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
75
Mr.A.Rame
sh
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
A Three
Day FDP
on "OOAD
Using
UML"
3 27-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
76
Mr.P.Guruli
ngam
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
A Three
Day FDP
on "OOAD
Using
UML"
3 27-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
77
Mr.Ch.Krish
na Prasad
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
A Three
Day FDP
on "OOAD
Using
UML"
3 27-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
78
C.
Venkatesh
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
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Mr. S.Vijay
Kumar
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
80
Mr.G.S.L.
Prasad
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
81
Mr.K.Bharat
Kumar
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
82
Mr.Asish
Kumar
Singh
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
83
Mr.B.Eswar
Babu
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
84
Mr.K.Mallik
arjuna
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
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s"
85
Mr.T.Ravi
Kumar
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
86
,
Mr.A.Rame
sh Babu
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
87
Ms.B.Harik
a
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day PDP
on
"Effective
System
Administrat
ive
Technique
s"
3 13-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2013-14
88
Mrs.M.Mad
havi
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
89 B.Sarat Sai IIM
A two
week
programm
e on
Manageme
nt Capacity
Enchance
ment
Programm
e for
Administrat
ive Heads
of Higher
12 11-Mar-13
Bangal
ore
CSE 2012-13
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Institutions
90
Mr.YVR
Naga
Pawan
LBRCE-
One Day
Workshop
on
"Awarenes
s on Latest
NBA
Accreditati
on Process
& ISTE AP
Section
Awards
Function"
1 2-Feb-13
Mylava
ram
CSE 2012-13
91
Mr.G.Sriniv
asa Rao
LBRCE-
One Day
Workshop
on
"Awarenes
s on Latest
NBA
Accreditati
on Process
& ISTE AP
Section
Awards
Function"
1 2-Feb-13
Mylava
ram
CSE 2012-13
92
Mr.G.Sriniv
asa Rao
VIT
National
Workshop
on Network
Security
1 21-Jan-13
Chenn
ai
CSE 2012-13
93
Mr.YVR
Naga
Pawan
VIT
National
Workshop
on Network
Security
1 21-Jan-13
chenna
ir
CSE 2012-13
94
Dr.S.Srinva
sulu
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
95
YVR Naga
Pawan
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
96
G.Srinivasa
Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
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97
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
98
Ch.Haribab
u
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
99
Ch.Krishna
Prasad
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
100
Md.Ameena
Nasreen
NMR
Engineerin
g College
Workshop
on Data
Mining
2 Dec-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
101
Dr.S.Srinva
sulu
OU
College of
Engg
Workshop
on Cloud
Computing
2 Jul-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
102
KPRK
Chaitanya
Osmania
College of
Engineerin
g
Cloud
Computing
2 Jul-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
103
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Andriod
(FDP)
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
104
KPRK
Chaitanya
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Andriod
(FDP)
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
105
K.Vijay
Kumar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Andriod
(FDP)
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE
2012-13
106
GLNV
Kartheek
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
107
J.Vijaya
Sree
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
108 B.Harika
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Java and
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
109
T.Koti
Reddy
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
110
Ch.Krishna
Prasad
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
111
J.Naga
Raju
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
112
K.Vijay
Kumar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
SELF-STUDY REPORT
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113
Sk.Haseen
a Begum
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
114
Md.Ameena
Nasreen
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
115 P.Sravanthi
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
116
Y.Laxmi
Prasanna
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
117 D.Sindhu
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
118
Y.Sushmas
ree
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on Java &
Android
6
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
119
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Advantage
AP
Annual IT
Summit
1 Jun-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
120
KPRK
Chaitanya
Advantage
AP
Annual IT
Summit
1 Jun-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
121 B.Harika
Advantage
AP
Annual IT
Summit
1 Jun-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
122
T.Koti
Reddy
CSI
Corporatio
n
Workshop
on Web
Services
1
25
th
June
2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2012-13
123
T.Koti
Reddy
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on ABET
Accreditati
on
3
09th 11
th

Feb 2012
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
124
G. Srinivas
Rao
IBM
Awareness
on IBM
Tools
1 Feb-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
125
K.Vijay
Kumar
Infosys
One day
programm
e on
Infosys
Campus
connect.
1 Feb-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
126
KPRK
Chaitanya
Infosys
One day
programm
e on
Infosys
Campus
connect.
1 Feb-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
127
J. Vijaya
Sree
Infosys
One day
programm
e on
Infosys
Campus
connect.
1 Feb-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 76

128
YVR Naga
Pawan
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
ABET
Accreditati
on
(Workshop
)
3 Feb-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
129
YVR Naga
Pawan
ESCI
Three day
programm
e on
Quality
Initiatives
in
Technical
& Higher
Educationa
l
Institutions
(in
Complianc
e with
NBA,
NAAC
Accreditati
on)
3 Jan-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
130
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
1 Jan-12
Hydera
bad
CSE 2011-12
131
KPRK
Chaitanya
DV Manor
One day
National
workshop
on IBM
Rational
1 Sep-11
Vijaya
wada
CSE 2011-12
132
S.Sai
Pavan
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
one week
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
6 Feb-11 Guntur CSE 2010-11
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 77

133
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
One week
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
6 Feb-11 Guntur CSE 2010-11
134
Sk.
Janimiya
NCAR
2010
Three day
workshop
on open
source,
Swecha
3 Oct-10
Hydera
bad
CSE 2010-11
135
Ch. Kiran
Kumar
NCAR
2010
Three day
workshop
on open
source,
SWECHA
3 Oct-10
Hydera
bad
CSE 2010-11
136
Md.Nikhat
Sultana
NCAR
2010
Three day
workshop
on open
source,
SWECHA
3 Oct-10
Hydera
bad
CSE 2010-11
137
P.Niranjan
Kumar
NCAR
2010
Three day
workshop
on open
source,
SWECHA
3 Oct-10
Hydera
bad
CSE 2010-11
138
Sk.
Janimiya
JKC-IEG,
Dept. Of
IT&C, Govt
of A.P.,
Nalgonda
Dist. in
association
with
Microsoft
India
One-day
workshop
on
Introductio
n to Project
Planning
Lifecycle &
Technique
s Used at
Microsoft
1 Aug-10
Nalgon
da
CSE 2010-11
139
A. Kalyan
Kumar
BVRIT,
Narsapur
Two-Week
Workshop
on Image
Processing
12 Jul-10
Narsap
ur
CSE 2010-11
140
A.Kalyan
Kumar
Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
1 Jan-09
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 78

Programm
e
141
YVR Naga
Pawan
Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
1 Jan-09
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
142 Sk.Janimiya Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
1 Jan-09
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
143 V.Nalini Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
1 Jan-09
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
144
P.Chiranjee
vi
Infosys
Infosys
Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programm
e Rollout
Mentor
Training
Programm
e
1 Jan-09
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
145
P.Chiranjee
vi
CVSR
Engineerin
g College
Data
Mining &
Data
Warehousi
ng
1 Oct-08
Hydera
bad
CSE 2008-09
146 B.Srinivas NITTTR Basic 5 28-Oct-13 Chandi EEE 2013-14
SELF-STUDY REPORT
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Pedagogy garh
147
J.Srinivasa
Rao
Taj Deccan
Paper
Presentatio
n on
Sensorles
s Speed
Control of
BLDC
motors
using G-
function
2 6-Jun-13
Hydera
bad
EEE 2013-14
148
Mr.J.Sriniva
sa Rao
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
EEE 2013-14
149
Mr.N.Saida
Rao
IIM
A two
week
programm
e on
Manageme
nt Capacity
Enhancem
ent
Programm
e for
Administrat
ive Heads
of Higher
Education
Institutions
12 11-Mar-13
Bangal
ore
EEE 2012-13
150
S. Chandra
Sekhar
LBRCE-
One Day
Workshop
on
"Awarenes
s on Latest
NBA
Accreditati
on Process
& ISTE AP
Section
Awards
Function"
1 2-Feb-13
MYLA
VARA
M
EEE 2012-13
151
S. Chandra
Sekhar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
EEE 2012-13
152 Mr.T.Raghu
Anurag
Group of
42
nd
National
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
EEE 2012-13
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 80

Institutions Convention
of ISTE
153
J.Srinivasa
Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
EEE 2012-13
154
Mr.B.Sriniv
as
SBIT
Engg.
College
XX
Congress
and
National
Conferenc
e on
Mathemati
cal
Modeling
and
Simulation.
3
9
th
-11
th

December
2012
Kham
mam
EEE 2012-13
155
Mr.B.Sriniv
as
NIT
,Warangal
Workshop
on NPTEL
2
31
st
Aug
-1
st
Sep-
2012
Waran
gal
EEE 2012-13
156
J.Srinivasa
Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on ABET
Accreditati
on
3
09
th
11
th

Feb 2012
Hydera
bad
EEE 2011-12
157
S. Chandra
Sekhar
SVEC
Computer
Application
s in Power
Systems
3
21
st
-23
rd

Feb 2012
Tadep
alli
gudem
EEE 2011-12
158 Mr.T.Raghu
S.R.Engg.
College
Power
System
Transients
and
Harmonics
3
18
th
-
19
th
Mar
2011.
Waran
gal
EEE 2010-11
159 Mr.T.Raghu
S.R.Engg.
College
Wavelets
and its
Application
s in
Electrical
Engineerin
g
2
17
th
-18
th

April 2010.
Waran
gal
EEE 2010-11
160
K.Anand
Babu
NITTTR
Basic
Pedagogy
5 28-Oct-13
Chandi
garh
MEC
H
2013-14
161
C.Manikant
a Reddy
IIM MDP 5 25-Sep-13 Indore
MEC
H
2013-14
162
C.Manikant
a Reddy
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
PDP on
"Testing of
Civil
Engineerin
g Materials
- Modern
Technique
s"at ESCI
3 5-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2013-14
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 81

163
C.Manikant
a Reddy
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2013-14
164
Mr.Md.Abid
Ali
JNTUH
One Day
national
Workshop
on
"Advanced
Trends in
IC Engines
and
Combustio
n"
1 28-Feb-13
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
165
Mr.Sikander
baba. Md
JNTUH
One Day
national
Workshop
on
"Advanced
Trends in
IC Engines
and
Combustio
n"
1 28-Feb-13
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
166
Mr.Sikander
baba.Md
LBRCE
One Day
Workshop
on
"Awarenes
s on Latest
NBA
Accreditati
on Process
& ISTE AP
Section
Awards
Function"
1 2-Feb-13
MYLA
VARA
M
MEC
H
2012-13
167
Mr.Md.Abid
Ali
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
168
Mr.Sikander
baba.Md
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
169
Mr.T.Nages
wara Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 82

170
Dr. Akash
N. Patwari
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on ABET
Accreditati
on
3
09th 11
th

Feb 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
171
Mr.V.Nages
wara Rao
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
5
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
172
Mr.K.Sudha
kar
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
5
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
173 Mr.K.Veera
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
5
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
174
Mr.B.Biksha
m
Vidya
Jyothi
Institute Of
Technolog
y
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
1
18
th
Aug
2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
175
Mr
.B.Shankar
Vidya
Jyothi
Institute Of
Technolog
y
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
1
18
th
Aug
2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
176
Mr
.A.Ashok
Vidya
Jyothi
Institute Of
Technolog
y
Workshop
on
Engineerin
g Drawing
1
18
th
Aug
2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
177
Mr.K.Anand
Babu
NIT
Warangal
Workshop
on
Mechatroni
cs
3
27
th
-29
th

July 2012
Waran
gal
MEC
H
2012-13
178
Mr.C.Manik
anta Reddy
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
179
Ms.M.Swet
ha
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MEC
H
2012-13
180
N.Guruvaia
h
IIM MDP 1 25-Sep-13 Indore
MBA
&
MCA
2013-14
181
Mr.Ch.Vidy
a Sagar
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
1 2-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2013-14
182
Mr.Ch.Vidy
a Sagar
Hotel Taj
Krishna
HR
Conclave
10 Edition
2 2-Aug-13
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2013-14
SELF-STUDY REPORT
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183
Mr.Ch.Vidy
a Sagar
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2013-14
184
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2013-14
185
Mr. N
Shyam
Prasad
Institute of
Public
Enterprise
Programm
e on
Effective
Methods of
Teachings
1
20
th
Octobe
r 2012.
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2012-13
186
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
JNTUH
Work shop
on SPSS
3
7
th
-9
th
Sep
2012
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA 2012-13
187
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
JNTUH
Refresher
course on
Natural
Resource
Manageme
nt
12
4
th
23
rd

June,
2012.
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2012-13
188
Mr.N.
Shyam
Prasad
Departmen
t of
Manageme
nt Studies,
IITD
Research
Faculty
Fellow
Programm
e
12
13th May
2010 to
June 30th
2010.
Delhi
MBA
&
MCA
2009-
2010
189
Mr.N.
Shyam
Prasad
School of
Manageme
nt Studies,
JNTU,
Financial
Inclusion
12
4th March,
2009.
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2008-09
190
Mr.
G.V.S.CH.S
.L.V.
Prasad
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2012-13
191
Mr.R.Ravi
Kumar
Infosys
developme
nt
centre,Hyd
erabad
Conferenc
e on
application
developme
nt
1 Mar-12
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2012-13
192
Mr.Ch.Vidy
a Sagar
CVSR
College of
Engineerin
g
Data
Warehousi
ng &
Mining
1
13th, 14th
February,
2009
Hydera
bad
MBA
&
MCA
2008-09
193
G.V.S.CH.S
.L.V.
Prasad
MIC
College of
Engineerin
g
Multimedia
Application
Developme
nt with
2
30th &
31st
August,
2008
Kanchi
kacharl
a
MBA
&
MCA
2008-09
SELF-STUDY REPORT
ANURAG ENGINEERING COLLEGE Page 84

Action
Script
194
Mr.V.Antho
ny
JNTUCEH
FSIT Soft
Skill
Training
6 2-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
H&S
2013-14
195
Mr.
K.Ramanar
asaiah
JNTUCEH
FSIT Soft
Skill
Training
6 2-Sep-13
Hydera
bad
H&S
2013-14
196
Mr.M.Venka
teswar
Reddy
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
197
Ms.B.Kalya
ni
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
198
Mr.Sk.Babu
Janimiya
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
199
Mr.A.Nares
h
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
200
Mr.G.Venka
ta Krishna
Engineerin
g Staff
College of
India
A three
day
programm
e on
"Communi
cation and
Presentatio
n Skills"
3 15-May-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
SELF-STUDY REPORT
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201
Mr.A.Nares
h
Hyderabad
Internation
al
Convention
Centre
Third
Internation
al
Conferenc
e for
English
langauge
Teacher
Educators
and
Teachers,
Hyderabad
3 16-Mar-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
202
Mr.A.Nares
h
MGIT
A Two Day
National
Conferenc
e on "The
Frontiers of
English
Literature&
The
Patterns of
English
Language
Teaching,
MGIT,
Hyderabad
2 9-Nov-13
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
203 Mr.Naresh
Anurag
Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention
of ISTE
3
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hydera
bad
H&S 2012-13
204
Krishna
Kumar V S
Jyothismat
hi Institute
of
Technolog
y and
Science
Infosys
Faculty
Enabling
Training
Programm
e
4
18
th
21
st

Apr, 2012
Karimn
agar
H&S 2012-13
205 V. Anthony
Jyothismat
hi Institute
of
Technolog
y and
Science
Infosys
Faculty
Enabling
Training
Programm
e
4
18
th
21
st

Apr, 2012
Karimn
agar
H&S 2011-12
206
N. Sudheer
Kumar
Infosys
Campus
Connect,
FP Rollout
Pregame
English
English for
Engineerin
g students
6
14
th
19
th

Feb 2011
Hydera
bad
H&S 2010-11
207
G Venkata
Krishna
Dept of
Mathemati
cs, JNTU
Orientation
Programm
e on
revised
Mathemati
1
19
th
Sep,
2009
Hydera
bad
H&S 2009-10
SELF-STUDY REPORT
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cs
208 T Nagaraju
Dept of
Mathemati
cs, JNTU
Orientation
Programm
e on
revised
Mathemati
cs
1
19
th
Sep,
2009
Hydera
bad
H&S 2009-10





b) Faculty training programmes organized by the Institution during the last
four years (July, 2009 to June, 2013).


FDP Organized
Year No.
2009-10 6
2010-11 9
2011-12 7
2012-13 9
2013-14 15


c) Participation of Faculty as resource persons / participants and in paper
presentations in various workshops / conference / seminars during the last
four years (July, 2009 to June, 2013).


Seminars / Conferences / Workshops attended by staff:

A. Electronics and Communication Engineering
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1
V.Santhosh
Kumar
NITTTR Basic Pedagogy
28-Oct-
2013
Chandigarh
2 V.Srinivasa Rao ASCI MDP
30-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
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3
T.Nageswara
Rao
ICT
TEQIP Innovation
Meet
25-Sep-
2013
Mumbai
4 M.Bhasha ICT
TEQIP Innovation
Meet
25-Sep-
2013
Mumbai
5
B.DurgaMalleshw
ara Reddy
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
02-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
6 M.Basha
IIT
Hyderabad
TEQIP Conclave
30-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
7
Ch.Mallikarjuna
Rao
Engineering
Staff College
of India
A three day
programme on
"Communication
and Presentation
Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
8 V.Srinivasa Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
9
M.Basha

Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
10
B.DurgaMalleshw
ara Reddy
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
11 K.Veenanand
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
12 V.Srinivasa Rao Hotel Park
Conference for
Organising
Workshops
13
th
Oct
2012
Vizag
13 M.Basha
National
Institute Of
Technology
Workshopon
NPTEL &
NMEICT
31
st
Aug to
1
st
Sep
2012
Warangal
14
B.DurgaMalleswa
ra Reddy
V.N.R.V.J.I.E.
T (Velasim-
2K12)
Workshop Signal
Processing
Conference
29
th
to 30
th

Aug 2012
Hyderabad
15
V.Santhosh
Kumar
G.Narayanam
ma Institute
and
Technology
Workshop on
VLSI Design
Tools by Mentor
Graphics
20
th
-23
rd

June-2012
Hyderabad
16 K.Veenanad
Jayamukhi
Institute of
Tech and
Sciences
Workshop on Adv
Embedded and
RTOS
18
th
June
1
st
July
2012
Warangal
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17
K.Raghava
Krishna
Jayamukhi
Institute of
Tech and
Sciences
Workshop on Adv
Embedded and
RTOS
18
th
June
1
st
July
2012
Warangal
18 V.Srinivasa Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
ABET
Accreditation
9
th
11
th

Feb 2012
Hyderabad
19
Y.SunilGavaskar
Reddy
Karunya
University
ICDCS-2012,
Sample and Hold
Amplifier
15
th
and
16
th
Mar
2012
Coimbatore,
INDIA
20
T.Nageswara
Rao
Karunya
University
ICDCS -2012,
Evaluation of
music algorithm
for a smart
antenna system
for mobile
communications
15
th
and
16
th
Mar
2012
Coimbatore,
INDIA
21 V.Srinivasa Rao
(International)

Robust Multiuser
Detection in
Synchronous DS-
CDMA
Systemwith MRC
Receive Diversity
over Nakagami-m
Fading Channel
1
st
an
2
nd
Dec
2011
Macau ,
CHINA

22 V.Srinivasa Rao
VidyaJyothi
Inst. Of
Technology
Design &
Development of
Mobile
Embedded
System
11
th
Feb
2011
Hyderabad
23
T.Nageswara
Rao
VidyaJyothi
Inst. Of
Technology
Design &
Development of
Mobile
Embedded
System
11
th
Feb
2011
Hyderabad

24
Dr.N.V.N.Ravi
Kumar
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention for
Academics and
Research
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hyderabad
25
T.Nageswara
Rao
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention for
Academics and
Research
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th

Dec2010
Hyderabad
26
B.DurgaMalleshw
ara Reddy
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention for
Academics and
Research
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hyderabad
27 B.HariprasadNaik
Mahindra
Satyam
technology
center
National
Convention for
Academics and
Research
16
th
,17
th
,1
8
th
Dec
2010
Hyderabad
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28 M.Basha JNTUH
Digital Signal
Processing
14
th
to 16
th

June 2010
Hyderabad

B.Computer Science Engineering/Information Technology:
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1
Mr.G.Srinivasa
Rao
Hotel
Dasapalla
Faculty Summit
on Big Data
20-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
2 Mr.G.V.Murthy
Hotel
Dasapalla
Faculty Summit
on Big Data
20-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
3
Dr.M.V.Siva
Prasad
ISB MDP
02-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
4
Mr.G.V.S.CH.S.
L.V.Prasad
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
02-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
5
Mr.G.Srinivasa
Rao
IIT H TEQIP Conclave
30-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
6 Mr.P.Gurulingam IIT H TEQIP Conclave
30-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
7
Mr.P.Niranjan
Kumar
JNTUCEH
Seven Day FSIT
Master Training
19-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
8
Mr.Ch.Krishna
Prasad
JNTUCEH
Seven Day FSIT
Master Training
19-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
9
Mr.Y.V.R.Naga
Pawan
Hotel Taj
Krishna
HR Conclave
10 Edition
02-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
10 Mr.A.Ramesh
Anurag Group
of Institutions
A Three Day FDP
on "OOAD Using
UML"
27-Jun-13

Hyderabad
11 Mr.P.Gurulingam
Anurag Group
of Institutions
A Three Day FDP
on "OOAD Using
UML"
27-Jun-13

Hyderabad
12
Mr.Ch.Krishna
Prasad
Anurag Group
of Institutions
A Three Day FDP
on "OOAD Using
UML"
27-Jun-13

Hyderabad
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13 C. Venkatesh
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
14
Mr. S.Vijay
Kumar
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
15
Mr.G.S.L.
Prasad
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
16
Mr.K.Bharat
Kumar
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
17
Mr.Asish Kumar
Singh
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
18 Mr.B.EswarBabu
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
19
Mr.K.Mallikarjun
a
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
20 Mr.T.Ravi Kumar
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
21
,
Mr.A.RameshBa
bu
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
22 Ms.B.Harika
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day PDP
on "Effective
System
Administrative
Techniques"
13-Jun-
2013
Hyderabad
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23 Mrs.M.Madhavi
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication
and Presentation
Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
24 B.SaratSai IIM
A two week
programme on
Management
Capacity
Enhancement
Programme for
Administrative
Heads of Higher
Education
Institutions
11-Mar-13

Bangalore
25
Mr.YVR Naga
Pawan
LBRCE
One Day
Workshop on
"Awareness on
Latest NBA
Accreditation
Process & ISTE
AP Section
Awards Function"
02-Feb-
2013
Mylavaram
26
Mr.G.Srinivasa
Rao
LBRCE
One Day
Workshop on
"Awareness on
Latest NBA
Accreditation
Process & ISTE
AP Section
Awards Function"
02-Feb-
2013
Mylavaram
27
Mr.G.Srinivasa
Rao
VIT
National
Workshop on
Network Security
21-Jan-13

Chennai
28
Mr.YVR Naga
Pawan
VIT
National
Workshop on
Network Security
21-Jan-13

chennair
29 Dr.S.Srinvasulu
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
30
YVR Naga
Pawan
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
31 G.Srinivasa Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
32
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
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33 Ch.Haribabu
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
34
Ch.Krishna
Prasad
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
35
Md.AmeenaNasr
een
NMR
Engineering
College
Workshop on
Data Mining
Dec- 2012 Hyderabad
36 Dr.S.Srinvasulu
OU College of
Engg
Workshop on
Cloud Computing
July- 2012 Hyderabad
37 KPRK Chaitanya
Osmania
College of
Engineering
Cloud Computing Jul-12 Hyderabad
38
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Andriod
(FDP)
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
39 KPRK Chaitanya
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Andriod
(FDP)
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
40 K.Vijay Kumar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Andriod
(FDP)
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
41 GLNV Kartheek
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
42 J.VijayaSree
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
43 B.Harika
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Java and Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
44 T.Koti Reddy
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
45
Ch.Krishna
Prasad
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
46 J.NagaRaju
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
47 K.Vijay Kumar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
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48
Sk.Haseena
Begum
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
49
Md.AmeenaNasr
een
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
50 P.Sravanthi
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
51
Y.LaxmiPrasann
a
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
52 D.Sindhu
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012

Hyderabad


53 Y.Sushmasree
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Java & Android
18
th
-23
rd

June 2012
Hyderabad
54
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Advantage AP Annual IT Summit Jun-12 Hyderabad
55 KPRK Chaitanya Advantage AP Annual IT Summit Jun-12 Hyderabad
56 B.Harika Advantage AP Annual IT Summit Jun-12 Hyderabad
57 T.Koti Reddy
CSI
Corporation
Workshop on
Web Services
25
th
June
2012
Hyderabad
58 T.Koti Reddy
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
ABET
Accreditation
09th 11
th

Feb 2012
Hyderabad
59 G. Srinivas Rao IBM
Awareness on
IBM Tools
Feb 2012 Hyderabad
60 K.Vijay Kumar Infosys
One day
programme on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb-12 Hyderabad
61 KPRK Chaitanya Infosys
One day
programme on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb-12 Hyderabad
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62 J. VijayaSree Infosys
One day
programme on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb-12 Hyderabad
63
YVR Naga
Pawan
Anurag Group
of Institutions
ABET
Accreditation
(Workshop)
Feb-12 Hyderabad
64
YVR Naga
Pawan
ESCI
Three day
programme on
Quality Initiatives
in Technical &
Higher
Educational
Institutions(in
Compliance with
NBA, NAAC
Accreditation)
Jan-12 Hyderabad
65
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-12 Hyderabad
66 KPRK Chaitanya DV Manor
One day National
workshop on IBM
Rational
Sep-11 Vijayawada
67 S.SaiPavan
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
one week Infosys
Campus Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Feb-11 Guntur
68
P.Niranjan
Kumar
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
One week Infosys
Campus Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Feb-11 Guntur
69 Sk. Janimiya NCAR 2010
Three day
workshop on
open source,
Swecha
Oct-10 Hyderabad
70 Ch. Kiran Kumar NCAR 2010
Three day
workshop on
open source,
SWECHA
Oct-10 Hyderabad
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71
Md.Nikhat
Sultana
NCAR 2010
Three day
workshop on
open source,
SWECHA
Oct-10 Hyderabad
72
P.Niranjan
Kumar
NCAR 2010
Three day
workshop on
open source,
SWECHA
Oct-10 Hyderabad
73 Sk. Janimiya
JKC-IEG, Dept.
Of IT&C, Govt
of A.P.,
Nalgonda Dist.
in association
with Microsoft
India
One-day
workshop on
Introduction to
Project Planning
Lifecycle &
Techniques Used
at Microsoft
Aug-10 Nalgonda
74
A. Kalyan
Kumar
BVRIT,
Narsapur
Two-Week
Workshop on
Image Processing
Jul-10 Narsapur
75 A.Kalyan Kumar Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-09 Hyderabad
76
YVR Naga
Pawan
Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-09 Hyderabad
77 Sk.Janimiya Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-09 Hyderabad
78 V.Nalini Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-09 Hyderabad
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79 P.Chiranjeevi Infosys
Infosys Campus
Connect
Foundation
Programme
Rollout Mentor
Training
Programme
Jan-09 Hyderabad
80 P.Chiranjeevi
CVSR
Engineering
College
Data Mining &
Data
Warehousing
Oct-08 Hyderabad

C.Electrical and Electronics Engineering:
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1 B.Srinivas NITTTR Basic Pedagogy
28-Oct-
2013
Chandigarh
2 J.Srinivasa Rao Taj Deccan
Paper
Presentation on
Sensorless
Speed Control of
BLDC motors
using G-function
06-Jun-13

Hyderabad
3
Mr.J.Srinivasa
Rao
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication
and Presentation
Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
4 Mr.N.Saida Rao IIM
A two week
programme on
Management
Capacity
Enhancement
Programme for
Administrative
Heads of Higher
Education
Institutions
11-Mar-13

Bangalore
5
S. Chandra
Sekhar
LBRCE-
One Day
Workshop on
"Awareness on
Latest NBA
Accreditation
Process & ISTE
AP Section
Awards Function"
02-Feb-
2013
MYLAVARA
M
6
S. Chandra
Sekhar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE

20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad

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7 Mr.T.Raghu
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE

20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad

8 J.Srinivasa Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE

20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad

9 Mr.B.Srinivas
SBIT
Engg. College
XX Congress and
National
Conference on
Mathematical
Modeling and
Simulation.
9
th
-11
th

December
2012
Khammam
10 Mr.B.Srinivas NIT ,Warangal
Workshop on
NPTEL
31
st
Aug
-1
st
Sep-
2012
Warangal
11 J.Srinivasa Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
ABET
Accreditation
09
th
11
th

Feb 2012
Hyderabad
12
S. Chandra
Sekhar
SVEC
Computer
Applications in
Power Systems
21
st
-23
rd

Feb 2012
Tadepalligu
dem
13 Mr.T.Raghu
S.R.Engg.
College
Power System
Transients and
Harmonics
18
th
-
19
th
Mar
2011.

Warangal
14 Mr.T.Raghu
S.R.Engg.
College
Wavelets and its
Applications in
Electrical
Engineering
17
th
-18
th

April 2010.
Warangal



D.Mechanical Engineering/Civil Engineering:
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1 K.AnandBabu NITTTR Basic Pedagogy
28-Oct-
2013
Chandigarh
2
C.Manikanta
Reddy
IIM MDP
25-Sep-
2013
Indore
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3
C.Manikanta
Reddy
Engineering
Staff College of
India
PDP on "Testing
of Civil
Engineering
Materials -
Modern
Techniques"at
ESCI
05-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
4
C.Manikanta
Reddy
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication
and Presentation
Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
5 Mr.Md.Abid Ali JNTUH
One Day national
Workshop on
"Advanced
Trends in IC
Engines and
Combustion"
28-Feb-
2013
Hyderabad
6
Mr.Sikander
baba.Md
JNTUH
One Day national
Workshop on
"Advanced
Trends in IC
Engines and
Combustion"
28-Feb-
2013
Hyderabad
7
Mr.Sikanderbab
a.Md
LBRCE
One Day
Workshop on
"Awareness on
Latest NBA
Accreditation
Process & ISTE
AP Section
Awards Function"
02-Feb-
2013
MYLAVARA
M
8 Mr.Md.Abid Ali
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012

Hyderabad

9
Mr.Sikanderbab
a.Md
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012

Hyderabad

10
Mr.T.Nageswara
Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE

20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012

Hyderabad

11
Dr. Akash N.
Patwari
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
ABET
Accreditation
09th 11
th

Feb 2012
Hyderabad
12
Mr.V.Nageswara
Rao
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hyderabad
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E.Master of Business Administration/Master of Computer Applications:
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1 N.Guruvaiah IIM MDP
25-Sep-
2013
Indore
2
Mr.Ch.VidyaSag
ar
HICC
Annual HR
Summit
02-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
3
Mr.Ch.VidyaSag
ar
Hotel Taj
Krishna
HR Conclave
10 Edition
02-Aug-
2013
Hyderabad
4
Mr.Ch.VidyaSag
ar
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication
and Presentation
Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
5
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE

20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012

Hyderabad

13 Mr.K.Sudhakar
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hyderabad
14 Mr.K.Veera
Anurag Group
of Institutions
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
16
th
-21
st

July 2012
Hyderabad
15
Mr.B.Biksham

VidyaJyothi
Institute Of
Technology
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
18
th
Aug
2012
Hyderabad
16
Mr .B.Shankar

VidyaJyothi
Institute Of
Technology
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
18
th
Aug
2012
Hyderabad
17
Mr .A.Ashok

VidyaJyothi
Institute Of
Technology
Workshop on
Engineering
Drawing
18
th
Aug
2012


Hyderabad


18
Mr.K.AnandBab
u
NIT Warangal
Workshop on
Mechatronics
27
th
-29
th

July 2012
Warangal
19
Mr.C.Manikanta
Reddy
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad

20 Ms.M.Swetha
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
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6
Mr. N Shyam
Prasad
Institute of
Public
Enterprise
Programme on
Effective
Methods of
Teachings

20
th
Octob
er 2012.

Hyderabad
7
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
JNTUH
Work shop on
SPSS
7
th
-9
th

Sep 2012
Hyderabad
8
Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
JNTUH
Refresher course
on Natural
Resource
Management
4
th

23
rd
June,
2012.

Hyderabad
9
Mr.N. Shyam
Prasad
Department of
Management
Studies, IITD
Research Faculty
Fellow
Programme
13th May
2010 to
June 30th
2010.
Delhi
10
Mr.N. Shyam
Prasad
School of
Management
Studies, JNTU,
Financial
Inclusion
4th March,
2009.
Hyderabad
11
Mr.
G.V.S.CH.S.L.V.
Prasad
Anurag Group
of Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of
ISTE
20
th
22
nd
Dec 2012
Hyderabad
12
Mr.R.Ravi
Kumar
Infosys
development
centre,Hyderab
ad
Conference on
application
development
March-
2012
Hyderabad
13
Mr.Ch.VidyaSag
ar
CVSR College
of
Engineering
Data
Warehousing
& Mining
13th, 14th
February,
2009
Hyderabad
14
G.V.S.CH.S.L.V.
Prasad
MIC
College of
Engineering
Multimedia
Application
Development with
Action Script
30th &
31st
August,
2008
Kanchikach
arla

F.Humanities and Sciences:
S.No
.
Name of the
Faculty
Venue Topic Date Place
1 Mr.V.Anthony
JNTUCEH
FSIT Soft Skill
Training
02-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
2
Mr.
K.Ramanarasaia
h
JNTUCEH
FSIT Soft Skill
Training
02-Sep-
2013
Hyderabad
3
Mr.M.Venkatesw
ar Reddy
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication and
Presentation Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
4 Ms.B.Kalyani
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication and
Presentation Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
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5
Mr.Sk.BabuJani
miya
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication and
Presentation Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
6 Mr.A.Naresh
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication and
Presentation Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
7
Mr.G.Venkata
Krishna
Engineering
Staff College of
India
A three day
programme on
"Communication and
Presentation Skills"
15-May-
2013
Hyderabad
8 Mr.A.Naresh
Hyderabad
International
Convention
Centre
Third International
Conference for
English langauge
Teacher Educators
and Teachers,
Hyderabad

16-Mar-
2013
Hyderabad
9 Mr.A.Naresh
MGIT A Two Day National
Conference on "The
Frontiers of English
Literature& The
Patterns of English
Language Teaching,
MGIT, Hyderabad

09- Nov
2013
Hyderabad
10 Mr.Naresh
Anurag Group of
Institutions
42
nd
National
Convention of ISTE

20
th

22
nd
Dec
2012

Hyderabad

11
Krishna Kumar
V S
Jyothismathi
Institute of
Technology and
Science
Infosys Faculty
Enabling Training
Programme
18
th

21
st
Apr,
2012
Karimnagar
12 V. Anthony
Jyothismathi
Institute of
Technology and
Science
Infosys Faculty
Enabling Training
Programme
18
th

21
st
Apr,
2012
Karimnagar
13
N. Sudheer
Kumar
Infosys Campus
Connect, FP
Rollout Pregame
English
English for
Engineering students
14
th

19
th
Feb
2011
Hyderabad
14
G Venkata
Krishna
Dept of
Mathematics,
JNTU
Orientation
Programme on
revised Mathematics
19
th
Sep,
2009
Hyderabad
15 T Nagaraju
Dept of
Mathematics,
JNTU
Orientation
Programme on
revised Mathematics
19
th
Sep,
2009
Hyderabad

2.4.4 What policies/systems in place to recharge teachers?(eg:providing research
grants, study leave support for research and academic publications teaching
experience in other national institutions and specialized programmes industrial
engagement etc.)
Any faculty member who carries his/her research activities within the
institution under external/ internal registration will be provided with suitable grants
from the management. Besides if research work involves experimentation faulty
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members are permitted to use existing lab facilities in all the departments
irrespective of his/her specialization. Financial support is given for publications and
also visits to other institute
2.4.5 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognition at the state,
national and international level for excellence in teaching during the last four
years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and environment contributed to
such performance / achievement of the faculty.
Many faculties of our Institute have been rewarded for presenting technical papers in
various Seminars/conferences that were conducted by external Professional agencies.
Few of them have received awards from the various levels of their
teaching excellence.

2.4.6 Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students and
external Peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the quality of the
teaching-learning process?


The evaluation of faculty by the students through feedback forms is
done twice in a semester. This feedback is analyzed and appropriate
suggestions are given to the faculty by the HoD concerned and the
Principal to see that they rectify the short comings.

The feedback form mainly focuses on the various teaching skills of
the faculty members, like presentation, communication, knowledge,
content covered, innovative practices and laboratory work.

The head of the institution interacts with few students of each class
and takes the feedback on the teachers about the effectiveness of
their classes and learning material provided.

Performance and self-appraisals are taken from the faculty at the end
of every academic year and their performance is evaluated. Based
on the evaluation report faculty are counseled.




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2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms:

2.5.1 How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution
especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?

The Stakeholders of the institution i.e. students and faculty members
and even the parents of the students are informed about evaluation
process by giving general instructions mentioned in the prospectus of
the institution.

The periodic instructions issued by the affiliating university are promptly
communicated to the students.
Monthly Attendance statements are sent to parents for their perusal.
The faculty members read the instructions even in the classrooms and
copy of the same is also displayed on the students notice-board

Academic calendar and syllabus books are provided to the students.

The college has developed a proper Mechanism for this purpose. Staff
meetings are conducted periodically to review the evaluation process.


The institution 100% ensures that the stakeholders of the institution
like Alumni, especially students and faculty are aware of the
evaluation process.



2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the institution
has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the institution on its own?

The college is affiliated to JNTUH University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The
university has initiated various evaluation reforms viz.

Introduction of internal assessment.oIntroduction of on-line evaluation

Introduction of four sets of question papers for final exams at the endof
each semester.

The college has adopted various university reforms concerning
evaluation viz.

Internal marks are awarded to the students as per the university criteria.
On-line objective type examinations are conducted.

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Student centric learning through assignments, projects, seminars
andpractical sessions

2.5.3 How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the evaluation
reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution on its own?


The evaluation reforms of the university are followed in the best of the spirit. The
evaluation is all fair; the students are satisfied by showing them the evaluated
performance in the answer sheets. Any doubt about evaluation is made clear to the
students. All record is maintained i.e. answer sheets, award lists etc. Weekly tests are
taken and records are maintained. Whenever class tests and term tests are held the
results of the students performances are shown to the students to encourage
them or counsel them for better future performance. The institution has followed he
improved examination system as prescribed by the JNT University, Hyderabad.


2.5.4 Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches
adapted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have
positively impacted the system?

As the college is affiliated to JNTUH, Hyderabad, reforms and regulations of the
University in examinations and evaluation are followed.
Even then for bringing about a positive change in the evaluation practices, the
institution adopts both formative and summative methods of evaluation.

Formative approach to evaluation includes measuring the students
achievement through seminars and class tests. Assignments on advanced topics for
knowledge enhancement of students The evaluation through these approaches gives
lot of information about student achievement after teaching a particular unit.

The concerned teacher may get some direction about the student and
necessary steps regarding his/her improving can be pondered over.

The summative evaluation is done during internal examinations. All faculty
members follow the formative approach to measure students achievements &
performance through 1) class test 2) assignments. For summative approach two
internal tests are taken in the college. This is how the institution uses the formative and
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summative evolution approaches in the campus.

2.5.5 Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the
progress and performance of students through the duration of the
course/programme? Provide an analysis of the students results/achievements
(Programme/course wise for last four years) and explain the differences if any
and patterns of achievement across the programmes/courses offered.

The parents are informed through letters and even telephonically (for slow
learners). To monitor the students performance during an academic year, a class
teacher is appointed in the department for each class. The record of the whole
evaluation process is transparent. The answer scripts are shown to the students. The
class teacher arranges to inform the parents the internal examination marks of the
students along with their class attendance.
B.Tech. (UG):
Year Course Intake
No. of
studen
ts
Appear
ed
Results
First class
with
Distinction
(>=70%)
First
Class
Secon
d class
(<60%)
Pas
s %
2009
-13
B.Tech (ME) 60+ (Lateral
Entry)
65 29 26 2 88
B.Tech (EEE) 90+(Lateral
Entry)
87 46 29 5 92
B.Tech
(ECE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
115 60 40 4 90
B.Tech
(CSE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
99 27 56 5 89
B.Tech (IT) 90 67 11 31 16 87
B.Tech (Civil) 60 + (Lateral
Entry)
46 21 22 1 96
2008
-12
B.Tech (ME) 30+ (Lateral
Entry)
36 7 24 -- 86
B.Tech (EEE) 60+(Lateral
Entry)
66 22 23 12 86
B.Tech
(ECE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
131 45 57 19 92
B.Tech
(CSE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
120 36 61 13 92
B.Tech (IT) 90 87 20 46 8 85
2007
-11
B.Tech (ME) 30 28 5 13 3 75
B.Tech (EEE) 60+ (Lateral
Entry)
65 14 41 4 90
B.Tech
(ECE)
120+(Lateral
Entry)
116 29 62 13 89
B.Tech
(CSE)
120+(Lateral
Entry)
106 30 60 8 92
B.Tech (IT) 90 82 20 39 15 90
2006
-10
B.Tech (ME) 30 25 5 14 4 92
B.Tech (EEE) 60+ (Lateral
Entry)
66 16 18 28 93
B.Tech
(ECE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
96 22 45 27 97
B.Tech
(CSE)
120+ (Lateral
Entry)
119 28 51 34 94
B.Tech (IT) 60 61 13 35 10 95
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P.G.Courses:

Year Course Intake
No. of
students
Appeared
First class
with
Distinction
First
Class
Second
class
(<60%)
Pass
%
2011-
13
M.Tech
(VLSI SD)
36+18
M.Tech
(ES)
18+18
M.Tech
(CSE)
36 Project Viva Voce
M.Tech
(SE)
18 To be
M.Tech.
(PE&ED)
18 completed
M.Tech.
(CAD/CAM)
18
M.Tech
(CS)
18
M.Tech
(ECE)
18
2010-
12
M.Tech
(VLSI SD)
36 15 3 12 100
M.Tech
(ES)
18 5 -- 5 -- 100
M.Tech
(CSE)
36 36 23 13 -- 100
M.Tech
(SE)
18 5 3 2 -- 100
M.Tech.
(PE&ED)
18 16 11 4 1 100
M.Tech.
(CAD/CAM)
18 11 9 2 -- 100

2009-
11
M.Tech
(VLSI SD)
15 13 5 8 -- 100
M.Tech
(ES)
6 6 4 2 -- 100
M.Tech
(CSE)
17 17 13 4 -- 100
M.Tech
(SE)
16 16 5 11 -- 100
M.Tech.
(PE&ED)
18 16 12 4 -- 100
M.Tech.
(CAD/CAM)
6 6 6 0 -- 100
2008-
10
M.Tech
(VLSI SD)
18 17 4 13 -- 100
M.Tech
(ES)
18 12 5 7 -- 100
M.Tech
(CSE)
18 17 4 13 -- 100
M.Tech
(SE)
17 17 7 10 -- 100


2007-
09
M.Tech
(VLSI SD)
18 15 1 14 -- 100
M.Tech
(CSE)
18 16 5 11 -- 100



MBA:

Year Intake
No. of
students
Appeared
First class
with
Distinction
First
Class
Second
class
(<60%)
Pass
%
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2011-13 60 41 Project Viva Voce to be completed
2010-12 60 49 18 31 -- 100
2009-11
60 60 36 24 -- 100
2008-10 60 60 32 26 -- 96
2007-09 60 59 11 44 3 98

2.5.6 Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and
transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and
weightages assigned for the overall development of students (weightage for
behavioral aspects, independent learning, communication skills etc.
There is complete transparency in the internal assessment. The
criterion adopted is as directed by the University. All the students are familiar with the
system of internal assessment. The average will be calculated by considering all
the three including descriptive and short questions. After preparing the
assessment report, it is submitted by the concerned teacher and the same is
displayed on the notice board at the end of the session. The internal
assessment is made by the faculty Members keeping in mind the following
aspects / factors of students' Performance during the academic year:
1) Class attendance
2) Class assignments
2.5.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment/evaluation as
an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of learning
objectives and planning? If yes provide details on the process and cite a few
examples.
Yes.

The performance of the students both in mid term examinations and end
semester examinations in theory and laboratory subjects, project works and
comprehensive are considered as an indicator in evaluating the student performance
and also achievement of learning objectives.Further, students are evaluated on
continuous basis in the form of conducting tutorials, assignments, class tests etc., to
assess the learning outcomes.


2.5.8 What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation both at the college and University level?
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At college level:

The answer scripts of internal examinations are shown to the students after
evaluation to bring out the discrepancies, if any, to the notice of teacher concerned,
and the necessary corrections will be made.If student is not satisfied with the marks
awarded in any subject/ laboratory after bringing it to the notice of the teacher
concerned, he/she may represent the same to the Chief-Superintendent of
Examinations through the HoD concerned. All such representations are taken positively
and re-assessment will be made by a competent teacher if necessary.

At University level:
The student is entitled to apply for revaluation in theory subjects by paying the
prescribed fee to the University. The University will take up all such applications and
revaluates the scripts by competent subject teachers. However, if there is no
improvement earlier marks will be retained.

The student is also eligible to apply for challenge revaluation in theory subjects
by paying the prescribed fee to the University. Challenging revaluation is carried out by
two subject experts in the presence of student at the University. If the improvement in
total marks is equal to or greater than 15% of the total marks, the fee paid will be
refunded and further the improved marks will be treated as final marks in that subject.

2.6 Students Performance and Learning Outcomes

2.6.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If yes, give detail
on how the students and staff are made aware of these?

YES. The college has clearly stated learning outcomes.

The faculty, industry and alumni are actively involved in preparing learning outcomes of
the college based on Graduate Attributes. The learning outcomes of the college are
made known to the students and staff by displaying in the departments and at all
prominent places of the college.

2.6.2 How are the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategies of the
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institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning
outcomes?

Teaching Strategies:

The college follows the academic calendar given by the affiliating university and
accordingly plans for lecture and tutorial hours and laboratory hours in all the theory
and practical subjects.The class time tables are prepared in such a way that the
required number of periods are assigned for all the theory and practical subjects and
also include the periods for association/pre-placement training/library/games and sports
activities.

Learning Strategies:

Tutorials are conducted regularly in analytical / design
subjects. Assignments are made compulsory in all the theory
subjects.
Seminars are arranged by the students on advanced topics.
Technical quizzes/group discussions/paper presentations are arranged
through departmental associations.
E-learning materials and video courses are made available in the central
library to enhance learning outcomes.
Industrial tours are arranged to expose the students to practical
pursuits. Mini projects / model making are made part of the learning.
Pre placement training is also made as a part of learning to enhance
the employability.

Assessment Strategies:
i) Direct Assessment:

Performance evaluation through internal and external examinations in
both theory and lab.
Performance evaluation by conduct of tutorials and assignments.
Performance evaluation in project work/seminars/comprehensive viva-
voce.

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ii) Indirect Assessment:

Survey of Alumni
Exit feedback
Employer feedback

2.6.3 What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to enhance
the social and economic relevance (quality jobs, entrepreneurship innovation and
research aptitude) of the courses offered?

The students are provided pre-placement training at pre-final and final year of
the course to help them to secure quality jobs in the industry.Several
seminars/workshops are conducted to create awareness on entrepreneurship by
inviting industry experts.Advanced laboratories and innovation centers are established
to nurture the creativeness of the students and improve the research aptitude.

2.6.4 How does the institute collect and analyse data on student learning
outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of learning?

The institute has its own mechanism for collecting and analyzing data
regarding program outcomes like

Feedback from employers
Outcome from result analysis
Marks and grades obtained by students
Preferences on project works
Participation in co curricular activities
Social and environmental programs undertaken
Referee's recordings on group discussions

Based on feedback from employers, necessary changes to be
incorporated incurriculum forwarded to affiliating university. Result analysis and
marks and ranks indicate to what extent teaching learning process is successful.
Group discussion results are an indication for communicative abilities and group
projects indicate abilities of students to work in teams.

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2.6.5 How does institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning
outcomes?

The institution has a clearly defined, set mechanism to monitor the
learning outcomes. Attendance is compulsorily taken for every lecture. Tutorials
and laboratory hours are fixed. The tutorials and assignments are corrected within
a short duration and the marks are entered in work register, which acts as a
ready reckoner for the academic progress of the students.
Based on the participation in the class and the marks scored in the tutorials
and assignments, the student level is judged by the staff member and appropriate
action is taken. At the end of each periodical test, progress reports which consist of
Internal test results and attendance status are submitted to the office for further action.

Counseling is given to slow learners. Parents of such students are called to
meet their respective faculty member, if required. As the entire lab courses are
continuously assessed, students who lag in these courses are given additional help and
guidance.
They are also given additional lab practice. The faculty members are
encouraged to conduct surprise tests, quizzes, etc. To monitor the academic progress
of each student. A placement record also gives an indication to what extent learning
outcomes are fulfilled.

2.6.6 What is the graduate attributes specified by the college/affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the students?

Graduate Attributes (GA) of the college:

Graduate Attributes (GAs) form a set of individually assessable outcomes that
are the components indicative of the graduate potential to acquire competence to
practice at the appropriate level. The GAs are exemplars of the attributes expected of a
graduate from an institution. The graduate attributes are:

GA1 : Engineering Knowledge
GA2 : Problem Analysis
GA3 : Design/ Development
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GA4 : Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems
GA5 : Modern Tool Usage
GA6 : The Engineer and Society
GA7 : Environment and Sustainability
GA8 : Ethics
GA9 : Individual and Teamwork
GA10 : Communication
GA11 : Project Management and Finance
GA12 : Life-long Learning


The programme outcomes are developed to attain the Graduate Attributes and
to meet the programme educational objectives.

Example: Computer Science and Engineering:
Program Outcomes:
1) An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, science and engineering
fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.
2) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing
requirements appropriate to its solution.
3) An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process,
component, or program to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public
health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
4) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret
data.
5) An ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for computing
practice.
6 An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals,
organizations, and society.
7) Knowledge of contemporary issues..
8) An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and
responsibilities.
9) An ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and
multidisciplinary, to accomplish a common goal.
10) An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
11) Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional
development.
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12) An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to
ones own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects.











Mapping of Graduate Attributes (GAs) to Programme Outcomes (POs)


Pos Graduate Attributes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
PO1
PO2
PO3
PO4
PO5
PO6
PO7
PO8
PO9
PO10
PO11
P012


PEOs
PEO1 Excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring knowledge
in mathematical, computing and engineering principles
PEO2 Be able to analyze the requirements of the software, understand the technical
specifications, design and provide novel engineering solutions and efficient
product designs
PEO3

Exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, communication skills, team work in
their profession and adapt to current trends by engaging in lifelong learning
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CRITERION - III

RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION

3.1 Promotion of Research

3.1.1 Does the institution have recognized research centers of the affiliating
University or any other agency/organization?

Not Applicable


3.1.2 Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and address the
issues of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a few
recommendations made by the committee for implementation and their impact.
The institute has a research committee to guide the students and faculty and it
has the following members.

Chairperson :
Dr. M.V Siva Prasad (PRINCIPAL) (CSE)
Convener :
Dr. N.Ravi Kumar (ECE)
Coordinator :
Dr. T.Anil Kumar (ECE)
Coordinator :
Dr. Dr.Suman Bhattacharya (CSE)
Coordinator :
Dr. K. Ashok Babu (ECE)
Coordinator :
Dr.G.Madhusudhan Rao (EEE)
Member :
Ass. Prof.G.Srinivasra rao (CSE)
Member :
Ass.Prof. Y.V.R.Nag Pavan(CSE)
Member :
Ass.Prof. S. Chandra Sekhar (EEE)
Member :
Ass. Prof M.Basha (ECE)
Member :
Ass.Prof C.Manikanta Reddy(CIVIL)


3.1.3 What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of research schemes/projects?

Autonomy to the principal investigator
The Principal investigators who were sanctioned projects from various
organizations like AICTE, MHRD etc., are given full autonomy in executing the project
as per the guidelines of the funding agencies and also provides matching grants, if
required.

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Timely availability or release of resources
Principal maintains separate accounts to each project sanctioned by external
agencies and institute provides all facilities and maintains timely release of project
funds for completion of the project.

Adequate infrastructure and human resources

The departments have established research labs with necessary software and
computing facilities to carryout research projects. College recruited senior faculty
possessing Ph.D degree who are competent to take up and guide research projects.
Central library facilities are enhanced up dating with online national and international
journals, digital library, hand books, reference books and material related to research
activity.

Time-off, reduced teaching load, special leave etc. to teachers

Faculty working on major research projects is given the facility of reduced
teaching work load in addition to sanctioning academic leave for attending the
workshops/seminars relevant to their research projects and associated works. Cash
awards are introduced to faculty publishing papers in reputed journals.

Support in terms of technology and information needs

The institute/department encourages the students and faculty to utilize the
laboratories, library, computer centre and software for carrying out their research
projects and also provides facility for obtaining the necessary information and
technology from external sources. The college also make budget provisions to procure
necessary equipment for experimental projects, subscribes to research journals to
strengthen the library with latest journals, reference books and text books.

Facilitate timely auditing and submission of utilization certificate to the funding
authorities

After completion of project by the principal investigator, the college arranges for
auditing; assists in obtaining the utilization certificate for submission to the respective
funding authority.
Any other

The college invites scientists and reputed researchers to share their experiences
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which enhance the research culture in the campus.

3.1.4 What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific temper
and research culture and aptitude among students?

The college has established a college research committee to promote research
and consultancy activity in the campus.Guest lectures by eminent academicians and
industrialists are arranged to create awareness and interest among the students and
faculty on research, also to provide information about various funding agencies, method
of applying for projects etc.College allocates budget amounts on the following every
year.
To promote in house R & D Seed money towards paper presentations, attending
R & D orientation workshops, seminars etc. Additional grants, if required. Providing
infrastructure facilities, space for department research centers, procurement of
equipment and software. Providing e-classrooms with LAN connection facility, LCD
projectors, Audio-visual arrangements etc. Enhancing the existing labs with research
oriented equipment and establishing research labs.

3.1.5 Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding student
research, leading Research Projects, engaged in individual/collaborative research
activity, etc.
Some of the faculty members are involved in research activity at their
own level. Faculty members from various departments have made their mark by doing
research for attaining PhD degree while surveying in the college.

S.No Name Department Research
Activity
Specilization
Area
1 Dr.M.V.Siva
Prasad
CSE Network
Security
Authentication
2 Dr.P.Suman
Bhattacharya
CSE UML Modeling
design
3 Dr.T.Anil Kumar ECE Communication
System
Communication
System
4 Dr.N.Ravi Kumar ECE VLSI Wireless
Networks
5 Dr.Md.Abid Ali MECH Composit
Meterial
Composit
Meterial
6 Dr.P.Viajay Kumar MECH
7 Dr.G.Madhusudhan
Rao
EEE Power Systems Power Systems
8 Dr.J.Viswantha EEE Power Systems Power Systems
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Rao

3.1.6 Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization
programmes conducted/organized by the institution with focus on capacity
building in terms of research and imbibing research culture among the staff and
students.

The institute organizes interdisciplinary and department-wise workshops,
training programmes and seminars focusing mainly on capacity building in terms of
research and also to create research culture among staff and students. The following
are the details of such activities conducted during last four years.

No. of Workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization programmes
conducted/organized by the institution
2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
15 9 7 9

3.1.7 Provide details of prioritised research areas and the expertise available
with the institution.

All departments are strengthened with qualified and experienced faculty. Based
on the research specializations, research groups or individuals take up projects and
publish papers in reputed journals. The research areas and the respective faculty
expertise are given in the table below.

3.1.8 Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of
eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?
As stated earlier the college is invited many eminent personalities in to the
college to interact the faculty & students community Mr S.Raju , SDE, BSNL interact
with ECE, CSE students on Research trends on internet Mr Goverdhan,Professor,
JNTUH interact with CSE students on cloud computing Dr E.Sai Baba
Reddy,professor,JNTUH interact with CIVIL & ME students on structural Engineering.

3.1.9 What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave for research
activities? How has the provision contributed to improve the quality of research
and imbibe research culture on the campus?

No faculty applied for Sabbatical Leave.
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3.1.10 Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in creating
awareness/advocating/transfer of relative findings of research of the institution
and elsewhere to students and community (lab to land)

The awareness about the latest research available at institute level is shared
among the students and faculty. Apart from imparting knowledge from text book, the
teaching - learning activity is made practical by giving assignments on various
research topics, so that the students get initiated in reading the journals,
technical papers.

The students are motivated into creative thinking process in all spheres. The
college is also initiating to conduct various research workshops to create research
invention by their own.

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.

The College receives grant from management exclusively for research,
seminars and workshops. Over and above the grant expenditure is borne by the college
from its ownresources. In the recent past, total expenditure incurred from its own
resources was 3.5% to 4%( approx.) of the total budget which amounts to 20 to
25 Lac p.a.

3.2.2 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty
for research? If so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the
faculty that has availed the facility in the last four years?

The college provides seed money to the faculty for completing their Ph.D
programmes in service, presenting technical papers at national and international
conferences.
The institute also provides seed money to students for attending industrial tours
and participating in research workshops and conferences.
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Amounts spent towards faculty research during last 4 years




3.2.3 What are the financial provisions made available to support student
research projects by students?

Yes, there is a provision for student Research Projects
3.2.4 How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute interact in
undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Cite examples of successful endeavors
and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research.

The Institution has been conducting basic degree programs and in these
programs there is no provision for research work. However, for the inculcation of
research aptitude in the students, institute takes several initiatives like
interdisciplinary Projects, seminars on the current, relative and burning issues
in Electronics, Electrical, CSE; Mechanical & Civil the college also takes several
Initiatives in these directions. Many industrial experts will come and interacts with the
students on current issues for technical and non technical for all trades of B.Tech,
M.Tech and MBA students on Emerging Technologies.

3.2.5 How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment and
research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?
Type of support
Financial provisions to support faculty (Rs. In
Lakhs)
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Total


Higher Studies 1.20 - 1.55 4.20 6.95

Paper
Presentations 0.38 0.67 1.59 2.84 5.48

Acquiring Ph.D - - - 4.85 4.85

Retention
Measures - 3.33 1.00 2.00 6.33

Total : 23.61
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The Institute has a well stocked library which includes latest syllabi as well as
reference books of all relevant subjects and disciplines and the institute is
always eager to purchase new edition of books every year. The college has spent
about Rs.10lakhs on learning resources and specialized hardware and software for the
staff and students to expose new technologies in-vogue in industry.



Electrical and Electronics Engineering Laboratories:
The serene atmosphere and the facilities provided in the library encourage/
motivate the staff and students to take a forward step to pursue research in their
relevant field/interestsBasic research facilities are available in all Technical
departments.

Each department has relevant infrastructure and instruments for basic research
work. Provision of internet to individual staff member is available in many
departments to help them review their academic as well as research programs.
Institute also ensures that the deserving students should be facilitated to use the
equipments, books, Journals, Magazines beyond the college timing and also during
summer vacations for pursuing their Higher Studies

Some of the Research labs developed

Simulation and Research Lab in EEE.
Embedded Systems & VLSI Design Labs in ECE
Parallel Processing Centre in CSE
English Language Laboratories

3.2.6 As the institution received any special grants or finances from the industry
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or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If yes give details.

The college is established in the year 2001 more than 13 years old institution.
Taking into consideration the college is having huge infrastructure & equipment
facilities, big auditorium, E-Class Room and play grounds with Basket Ball and
Cricket Stadium etc., some of the instruments became obsolete. To update and to
conduct the various research programs, the college applied for MODROB promotion
schemes (AICTE) during the academic year 2013-14.

3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research funds
from various funding agencies, industry and other organisations. Provide details
of ongoing and completed projects and grants received during the last four
years.
The college is also taking initiation to conduct the research activities for the
Students and Faculty on present burning issues, in case of expenditure incurred by the
research activities they are utilizing the fund which has sanctioned by AICTE and also
from its own researches.

3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 What are the research facilities available to the students and research
scholars within the campus?
Many faculty members have registered for Ph.D as external research scholars of other
Universities. The college is providing the following facilities and incentives to encourage
their research.
i) Library facilities.
E-Journals : IEEE-146,DELNET-830
Print Journals : 223 Nos.
e-Books : 150
No. of Computers : 22 systems with exclusive Broad Band
connectivity 5 Mbps Reliance leased line
Library Server : IBM Server
Facility : DELNET Member, Discussion Rooms, Video
Projection room, EKLAVYA & EDUSAT,
Library Automation
e-learning Material : NPTEL Video courses on





200 subjects and Lecture material available in
the library


ii) Licensed Software:
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Civil Engineering: STAAD Pro, CAD/CAM.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering: Multisim 2001, MATLAB 6.5, AC
Transmission line simulator
Mechanical Engineering: Ansys 10.0, Auto CAD.
Electronics and Communication Engineering: Matlab 2011b, MultiSim, Xilinx 7.1i,
Computer Science and Engineering & Information Technology:
Oracle 9i Internet Developer Suite (9.0.2.0.1), Rational Rose Suite (30 users), Redhot
Linux.

3.3.2 What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and creating
infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researchers especially in the new
and emerging areas of research?

Institute makes separate budget allocation every year to enhance the research
facilities for procuring advanced equipment in laboratories beyond the syllabus
curriculum and to procure necessary software.Institute encourages students and faculty
to promote research environment and provides incentives who publish journal papers,
get research projects from industry and funding agencies. The departments conduct
seminars and workshops for inculcating research culture among students and faculty.
The institute / departments arrange guest lectures by eminent researches on emerging
and new areas of research.

3.3.3 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities? If yes,
what are the instruments/ facilities created during the last four years.

The college is made MOU's with many Universities and Industries in India as
well as abroad for developing the research promotional activities for the students and
also the faculty community. The below is the list of the collaborations
CMC
IBM Certification Programme
INFOSYS Campus Connect
ECIL
ORACLE Academic Partner
Wyne Yard
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JKC


3.3.4 What are the research facilities made available to the students and
research scholars outside the campus / other research laboratories?

As such, there are no research facilities from outside of the campus and others
research laboratories.

3.3.5 Provide details on the library/ information resource centre or any other
facilities available specifically for the researchers?
Library & Information Centre

Plinth Area : 920sqmtrs
Seating Capacity : 450
Timings : 8.00 A.M to 8.00 P.M
Titles :
Total No. of Volumes : 30278
Reference Books : 9750
e-Books : 150

e-Journals : -IEEE, DELNET(146+830)976


Print Journals : 223
Magazines : 20
Back Volumes : 2500
Project Reports : 3500

Digital Library

Number of Computers : 20 Members
Broad Band Connectivity : Reliance Broad Band 5Mbps speed
Library Server : IBM Server
Library Networks Membership : DELNET, IEEE
Discussion Rooms : ----
Video Projection Room : ----
Satellite Enabled Sources : -----
E-Learning Material : NPTEL Video lecturers and
Library Automation : Koha library software with barcode facility.
D space software used in the digital library.
Media Resource Centre :


3.3.6 What are the collaborative researches facilities developed / created by the
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research institutes in the college. For ex. Laboratories, library, instruments,
computers, new technology etc.
Efforts are being made to have collaborative research facilities in the college
campus as per the curriculum of JNTUH the following infrastructure exists in the
college, which can be utilized effectively by the faculty and students time to time.
Laboratories
Library & Digital Library & Dept. Libraries
Computers
Wi-fi facility
Seminar Hall
Auditorium
Play grounds
UPS & Generators

3.4 Research Publications and Awards

3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students in
terms of Patents obtained and filed (process and product): Nil

The research publications of the faculty is enclosed here with in Evaluation Report of
the Departement
Original research contributing to product improvement: N.A.
Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or improving the Services
The Faculty and Students of Engineering and MBA orgnaised the Blood
DonationCamp and Tree Plantation Camps in the Ananthagiri Village,
Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social development: N.A.


3.4.2 Does the Institute publish or partner in publication of research journal(s)?
If yes, indicate the composition of the editorial board, publication policies and
whether such publication is listed in any international database?
NO.


3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty and students:

Publication per faculty: Mentioned in Evaluative Report of the Dept.
Number of papers published by faculty and students in peer reviewed journals (national
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/ international) : Mentioned in Evaluative Report of the Dept. Number of
publications listed in International Database (for Eg: Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
Monographs : NIL
Chapter in Books : NIL
Books Edited : NIL
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers: Citation
Index : NIL
SNIP : NIL
SJR : NIL
Impact factor : NIL
h_Index : NIL

3.4.4 Provide details (if any) of Research awards received by the faculty :
Best research paper award received by Dr. M.V.Siva Prasad
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies
And agencies, nationally and internationally: ACM upgrades from meber ship to
senior by Y, V.R. Nag Pavan
Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national andinternational
Recognitions for research contributions.
The Institution got the best performance Award from Jawaharlal Knowledge Center" for
the Academic year 2012-13.

3.5 Consultancy

3.5.1 Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing institute-
industry interface?

As mentioned earlier the college is established Industry collaborations for
getting assistance in placements as well as research activities for the
students, invite companies for conducting campus placements. The placement cell
takes the students to the job fairs where different companies come and select the
students according to their requirements. The Training and Placement Officer (TPO)
makes a liaison with the H.R departments of different companies.

The College has Jawaharlal Knowledge Centre*(JKC) - Institute of
Electronic Governance(IEG) which helps in Placements. The institute keeps in
touch with the passed out students of the college who are presently working in
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the companies. These students are also very helpful in arranging the visits of the
companies for placements. As per requirement, bio-data of the eligible
students is also mailed to different companies directly by the Institute.

3.5.2 What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy? How is
the available expertise advocated and publicized?

The institute has a consultancy cell, which includes the experts of all
departments; those counselors provide guidance to select the appropriate stream in
which they are having interest and bright future. The Institute Organized pre-placement
Training with help of the CoCubes Consultancy. The Institute has a Placement Cell
and Training and Placement Officer (TPO) forms a liaison with various
companies/Industries regularly, so as to select the best visiting companies and
representative of the Industries. The Students get absorbed as per their ability
and awareness to meet the standards of Recruiting agency The information of the
students selected is displayed by pamphlets, . The information of the students selected
is displayed by pamphlets, flexes of the college and our college website also include
the names of the students who are being placed in various companies.

3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and
available facilities for consultancy services?

By reducing the workload of faculty involved in major consultancy works By
sponsoring the faculty to attend important workshops and seminars arranged by the
leading technology consultants in relevant fields.Offering monetary benefits to faculty
involved in consultancy as per the college policy Providing free transport facility to
faculty to make field and industrial visits and meet the consultancy demands. Faculty
members are permitted to utilize the infrastructure and lab facility to perform the
laboratory tests and use of software for solving and analyzing their consultancy
projects.

3.5.4 List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years.

The Consultancy is provided to the college students and faculty only on the
gratuitous basis and no revenue is generated from the same
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3.5.5 What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated
through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and its use for institutional
development?

As stated in the previous point 3.5.4 the consultancy is provided to the college
students and faculty only on the gratuitous basis and no revenue is generated from the
same.

3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR).

3.6.1 How does the institution promote institution-neighborhood-community
network and student engagement, contributing to good citizenship, service
orientation and holistic development of students?
Regarding NSS Activities

The College has always felt concerned about the increasing access of
students from various sections of the society to higher education. By
providing reservations, financial aids, scholarships and relaxation in qualifications
for socially backward classes, the college has registered significant increase in
students' social participation during last five years. The college aims to achieve its
goals of providing higher education to create just, plural and equitable society in
consonance with constitutional values. The major strength of this college is its ability to
ensure holistic development of students to make them enlightened citizens.

The college is an 'equal opportunity' institution established to provide
knowledge and quality education to all sections of society. It aims to maintain
modern outlook with contemporary developments without compromising moral values.
To provide knowledge and quality based education to the students by inculcating moral
values, scientific temper and employing state of the art technologies. It aims to
pursue excellence towards creating manpower with high degree of intellectual,
professional and cultural development to meet the national and connection, wellbeing
of its neighborhood and has initiated a number of community Organizing regular
blood donation camps, and blood donation on life saving emergency call
Involvement of the faculty, student and also neighboring institute for raising various
charity activities and relief funds during natural calamities.Organizing NSS activities with
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the assistance of NSS department- JNTUH. Under Health & hygiene Program of the
institute, cleaning and sanitizing institute, cleaning and around railway station, Bus
stand hospitals.

3.6.2 What is the Institutional mechanism to track students involvement in
various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?

REGARDING SOCIAL CLUB INTERACTION

The institute is committed to attract students for participating in various
social various activities by ensuring consistent encouragement and motivation. The
institute has motivated the students to maintain plastic free campus by banning the
use of plastic in the campus through which students imbibe to ownership and
qualities of responsibilities and maintaining full greenery to reduce the level of carbon
dioxide and increasing the level of oxygen within the oxygen premises of college
and taking all safety precautions for insolvency of hazardous.Tree Plantation,
Environment Awareness campaign r. . Considering the importance of computer
knowledge in this era of computerization we provide easy and cheap access
to computer education to our support staff and their families.


3.6.3 How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall
performance and quality of the institution?

The college conducts parents meets, collects feedback from parents every year
and suggestions will be taken the college takes exit feedback from outgoing batch
students, analyses and take their suggestions. The College Management Committee
(CMC) take decisions and policies keeping in view the perceptions of all stake holders
and recommends to the Governing Body (GB). registered Alumni association of the
college has been established which helps the institution in extending their activities like
delivering lectures on placement opportunities and provide financial support to
meritorious poor students; thus contributes towards overall performance and quality of
the institution.


3.6.4 How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach
programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last four years, list the major
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extension and outreach programmes and their impact on the overall development
of students.

The college is organizing a number of outreach activities which relate to
academic, social, cultural, community service, adventure etc and all culminating
in building a healthy society contributing to nation building.in the past 4 years valued

3.6.5 How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty
in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other
National/ International agencies?

The college under takes wide spread cross-curricular enrichment activities
through NSS and NCC other forms of community development activities. During
admission and orientation, the representatives of these units apprise students on
the benefits and scope of the extension activities. The detail of the program is displayed
on the notice board and an interaction of students is organized with NSS officer, and
Youth Co-ordinator of the college.

3.6.6 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower students from
under-privileged and vulnerable sections of society?

The institute has made a conscious effort to promote social justice as a
value in learning process and administrative interactions. The institution sincerely
practices state social affirmative schemes introduced by the government for the
upliftment of higher education to under privileged communities. The college NSS
unit has been organizing pulse polio Sundays in the college. The students along
with the college faculty have visited the orphanage, blind home and lepers' society.
Extra facilities are given to differently-abled students.

3.6.7 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities organized by the institution, comment on how they complement
students academic learning experience and specify the values and skills
inculcated.
Objectives:
Extension activities conducted by the institute always imbibe academic
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learning experience, values and skills not only in students but faculty too. These
activities refresh the environment of the institute as well. The major strength of this
college is its ability to ensure holistic development of students to make them
enlightened citizens. The college is an 'equal opportunity' institution established to
provide Knowledge and quality education to all sections of society. It aims to maintain
modern outlook with contemporary developments without compromising moral
values. To provide knowledge and quality based education to the students by
inculcating moral values, scientific temper and employing state of the art technologies.
It aims to pursue excellence towards creating manpower with high degree of
intellectual, professional and cultural development to meet the national and global
challenges.

Outcome:
The result of the participation in the various socially relevant activities have
resulted in inculcating the feeling of being socially awakened citizens in the
students. The students who have been a part of this process have been spreading
awareness in the institution and motivating other students as well to stand tall for
the cause of social upliftment.

3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its
reach out activities and contribute to the community development? Detail on the
initiatives of the institution that encourage community participation in its
activities?
The institution is roping in communities to actively participate in all the
extension activities. This has contributed to both community- institution
networking and development of institutions. The local villagers are initially consulted
and the youth of the villagers are made to involve in all the NSS activities. Extensive
support from the students are witnessed during tree plantation, blood donation etc.
The alumni association is also involved in all these extension activities. The
institution has taken the initiative to make aware the society about social and health
problems like female foeticide, dowry system, environment protection, consumer
protection awareness, anti corruption, HIV awareness, anti tobacco and cleanliness
awareness etc.

3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships forged (if any) with other
institutions of the locality for working on various outreach and extension
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activities.

The institution has constructive relationships with other institutions of the
locality. The blood donation camps are organized at regular intervals, The NSS co-
ordinates all its activities under the norms of the University. The unit organizes tree
plantation, village cleanliness, Awareness activities like, Environment Pollution,
Effects of pesticides on human life with the help of NGOs


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.

Accredited by NBA for 04 Branches (ECE, CSE,, EEE, IT)
College has attained Autonomous Status by JNTUH
Permanently affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,
Hyderabad.
College has Jawahar Knowledge Centre*(JKC) - Institute of
Electronic Governance (IEG) which helps in placement.

3.7 Collaboration

3.7.1 How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories, institutes and industry for research activities. Cite examples and
benefits accrued of the initiatives - collaborative research, staff exchange,
sharing facilities and equipment, research scholarships etc.

As it has been stated earlier, the college has been running UG and PG courses
for a long time. Hence the research activities at the students' are high especially
B.Tech and M.Tech students for their project works, students are choosing our college
is on the basis of providing research facilities.

3.7.2 Provide details on the MoUs / Collaborative arrangements (if any) with
institutions of national importance/ other Universities/ industries / Corporate
(Corporate entities) etc. and how they have contributed to the development of the
institution.
As mention earlier in 3.3.3 the college is having Industry and Institute
interactions have played a vital role for the benefits of students and faculty.

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3.7.3 Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community interactions that
have contributed to the establishment / creation/up-gradation of academic
facilities, student and staff support, infrastructure facilities of the institution viz.
laboratories / library/ new technology /placement services etc.

Interaction with eminent personalities from various reputed universities
and industries is very useful for the creation of establishing better academic facilities for
staff and students. As stated above the firms are providing assistance in all the
problems which are related technically and theoretically. The labs are being
up graded for the upkeep of latest electronic equipments, computers etc.
The placements process got a boost by such interactions.


3.7.4 Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants who contributed
to the events, provide details of national and international conferences organized
by the college during the last four years.
As mentioned earlier for conferences and publications of the faculty
please see
Evaluation Report of the Department

3.7.5 How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in formal
MoUs and agreements? List out the activities and beneficiaries and cite examples
(if any) of the established linkages that enhanced and/or facilitated
The college has been running UG and PG courses. Hence the research
activities at the students' level are undertaken by publishing the papers in National and
International Journals as well as National and International Conferences which is
the part of the research activity.

3.7.6 Detail on the systemic efforts of the institution in planning, establishing
and implementing the initiatives of the linkages/collaborations.

The Institution is continuously putting its efforts in planning,
establishing the collaboration with various Universities and Industries and Software
Companies for oing the best projects in emerging areas and the Institution has the
following MOUs

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CRITERION IV

INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES


4.1 Physical Facilities

4.1.1 What is the policy of the Institution for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching and learning?

The College has established policies and procedures to create and continuously
enhance the infrastructure in the form of human resources (Faculty, Technical and
Administrative staff), laboratory equipment, built-up place, learning resources, (print and
electronic and teaching learning aids) by keeping the following objectives in view to
promote Teaching Learning process directly and indirectly.

To provide sufficient, good, airy academic and supporting spaces for
effective teaching and learning.
To have conference halls, meeting rooms, faculty cabins, digital library for
effective teaching and learning.
To use ICT for academic processes including Teaching & Learning To
provide access to internet to students and faculty members.
To develop class rooms, tutorial halls, departmental and central library
and contents to meet the changing requirements of teaching learning.
To develop labs as per curriculum requirement and also beyond the
curriculum.
To promote learning materials like Charts, Write Ups, Multimedia, Models,
for enhancing the teaching learning
To provide amenities like canteen, transport, playgrounds etc.
The needs analysis of the required infrastructure is planned by various
academic departments and annual budget is prepared. After getting
approval from the Governing Body, it will be deployed to the departments
and they are made available to teachers and students to carry on
curricular and non curricular activities.


The following guidelines shall be followed to finalize the purchase procedure:
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HoDs will submit their budget estimations for the next year by Jan 31.
Budget allocations will be intimated to the departments / sections
concerned.
HODs will call for quotations for the items of the equipments and prepare
comparative statements.
A purchase Committee consisting of two representatives of management,
Principal, Director and HOD concerned will finalize the indent for placing
order.
The purchase order shall be placed by the Principal and Secretary &
Correspondent
No advance shall be paid at the time of purchase order and payment shall
be paid after satisfactory installations and testing. The HOD will certify the
above
However, when an advance is required to be paid at the time of purchase
order, pros & corns will be duly weighed and decision will be taken.
After receiving the equipment along with the bill, the department will test
and verify as per specifications mentioned in the purchase order. If the
department is satisfied with the equipment, the bills will be passed after
duly entering into stock registers with necessary initials and the bills will
be sent to the office for payment.
The office after the receiving the bills shall enter them in the central stock
register and pay the bills.
The department shall maintain one purchase register, and separate stock
registers for recurring and non-recurring items for each laboratory.

4.1.2 Detail the facilities available for

a) Curricular and Co-curricular Activities classrooms, technology enabled learning
spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories, specialized facilities and equipment
for teaching, learning and research etc.






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Details of classrooms, tutorials, seminar halls, library and laboratories:
Built up Details Number
Class Rooms 54
Tutorial Rooms 37
Laboratories 81
Drawing Halls 02
Seminar Halls & Conference
Hall
08
Workshops 05
Tutorial Rooms - PG 23
Research Laboratories 11
Canteen 02
Hostels 02
Auditorium 01


Classrooms:

The institution has sufficient number of well-furnished, well ventilated, spacious
classrooms for conducting theory classes. Class Room are spacious and ergonomically
designed so that proper ventilation, lighting is provided with good acoustics.

Better aspect ratio is maintained for proper visibility of glass board and
audibility. All the class rooms of individual departments are at close proximity in order to
have better access for the students.

Technology enabled learning rooms:
Each department in the college is provided with technology enabled classroom
to facilitate engaged and active learning. Each room has a seating capacity of 90 and
provided with LCD projector, Wi-Fi and LAN enabled internet connectivity, public
addressing system etc. The Classrooms are also ideal for small seminars and
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workshops where the audio-visual facilities are available to help to make presentations
with a greater impact.

Seminar Halls:
Each department in the college has separate seminar hall to conduct
conferences, workshops and symposia for students and faculty. Each seminar hall has
a seating capacity of 200 and is fully air conditioned. It is equipped with LCD projector,
LCD screen, white board and public addressing system.

Tutorial classrooms:
Each department has tutorial classrooms to conduct tutorial classes to address
the personal level doubts and queries of the students.Tutorial class is equipped with
glass board, wooden benches, fans, windows for air circulation and ventilation, and
tube lights for proper lighting

Laboratories:
All laboratories are well equipped, and well maintained not only for carrying out
curriculum-oriented lab practical, but also to carry out research activities.

Specialized facilities and equipment for teaching, learning and research:
The college has exclusive English communication skills lab with 63 numbers of
Pentium IV systems and licensed softwares like, English Language Lab Software,
Aptitude, and GEMS. Apart from the central library, each department is having separate
departmental library with good collection. The college has provided web-based
materials and NPTEL video lectures by IIT teachers on different subjects, subscribed to
IEEE, DELNET, online E-journalsl in the library for the use to both students and faculty..

E-learning facility is provided which covers a wide set of applications and
processes, including computer based learning and virtual class room learning.
For self learning, reference books for all the subjects are available in the central library.
Co-operative Learning facility is provided in Central Library where students learn in
mixed ability heterogeneous groups on academic tasks. To promote the research
activities, the college has established an individual research centre in all the
departments.


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CLASS ROOM


Electronics and Communication Engineering Laboratories:


Computer Science and Engineering laboratories:


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Seminar Hall Auditorium



b) Extracurricular activities: Sports, outdoor and indoor games, gymnasium,
auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, Public speaking, communication skills
development, yoga, health and hygiene etc.

Sports, outdoor and indoor games, gymnasium:

Anurag Engineering College strikes a balance between the axioms Knowledge
is Power and Health is Wealth. The college promotes sports and games and offers
the individual an opportunity to enhance self knowledge, expression, personal
development, courage and social interaction. To develop team spirit, leadership
qualities and organizing abilities among the students, Sports & Games meets are
organized regularly in the college. Students of all departments participate and prove
their talents.


Facilities
Number available
Boys Girls


Volleyball court 2 2
Basketball 1 1
Kho-Kho 1 1
Throw Ball Court 1 1
Shuttle Badminton Court 2 1
Kabbadi Court 2 1
Chess Boards 20 10
Carom Boards 5 5
Table Tennis Boards 2 1
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Hand Ball 1 1
Shot put 2 2
Discuss 1 1
Jawlievn 2 2
Cricket ground 1 -
Tennicoit Court - 3
Foot ball field 1 (Both)

Four full times qualified Physical Directors were appointed to look after the day to day
games and sports activities of the college.

Auditorium:

The college has an indoor auditorium with a seating capacity of 300, and an
open air auditorium with a seating capacity of 2000 is under construction.


NSS:

The College has a NSS Unit with a total strength of 98 members, affiliated to
J.N.T.U. Hyderabad, Hyderabad. The unit was established with an objective to cultivate
the attitude of social service in the minds of students and to make them into responsible
citizens. Our college NSS Unit conducts various events such as blood donation camp,
clean and green in the college and near and surrounding villages etc.

Cultural Activities:

The college encourages and lends a helping hand to develop the innate talents
of students in cultural activities by providing departmental associations, Literary Club,
English Club etc. As part of this, the college encourages participation of its students by
sponsoring them to various literary and cultural meets.

Departmental Associations conduct events aimed at overall development of the
students. Institution has provided literary club and cultural rooms with needed audio
visual equipment to conduct various activities for students.

The Institution organizes a three day festival (STANZA) every year and
conducts Literary and Cultural Activities, Sports and Games Activities.



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Communication Skills Development:
The college has separate English language communication skills laboratory
provided with 63 numbers of Pentium IV systems and licensed softwares like, English
Language Lab Software, Aptitude and GEMS.

The focus is on training the students speak fluent, intelligible, appropriate, and
functionally correct English through coaching in phonetics, role plays, describing
exercises and debates.

Advanced communication skills laboratory focuses on reading and writing skills
and integrating these with speaking, listening and other intra and interpersonal skills.
Keeping in view of the growing importance of Soft Skills, the training and placement
department is imparting Soft Skills to the students right from first year onwards. Along
with regular subjects, a separate session is allotted to each branch for training on
aptitude, verbal and soft skills.

Health and hygiene:


The college maintains a medical centre with attached clinical laboratory for
routine tests, with a part time male doctor visiting twice in a week, and supported by
one full time medical assistant.


Ambulance service is provided

College buildings are being maintained ensuring maximum levels of safety and
hygiene.



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Table Tennis CL Carroms


Chess Volley Ball

Out door games

Health Centre




4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure
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is in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized? Give specific
examples of the facilities developed/augmented and the amount spent during the
last four years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution/ campus and indicate
the existing physical infrastructure and the future planned expansions if any).

Our college has been keeping pace with changing needs and requitments to
meet its academic growth.To keep pace with the needs and requirements, additional
infrasture is being added from time to time. In the last four years, many buildings have
been constructed /renovated.The details of the facilities which have been added are as
under

Items
Expenses in
2012 - 13 2011 - 12 2010 - 11 2009 - 10
Buildings&
infrastructural
built-up
67,47,872 20,39,8,425 16,30,7,868 66,46,376
Library: text
books, reference
books, journals,
periodicals, and
e-resources
2,020,000 15,770,000 1,075,765 5,77,120
Laboratory
Equipment&
Software
39,91,292 56,45,388 51,70,471 47,20,476
Vehicles 4,65,951 37,95,000 43,60,000 28,37,740
Any other
(Administrative
and other
Expenditure)
8,46,83,865 6,58,69,506 6,74,28,121 5,98,51,484


Infrastructure details of the Institute:

S.No Name of building Area
In Sq.ft In Sq.mt
1 Block A 58272 5413.63
2 Block B 47220 4389
3 Block C 12705 1180
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4 Block D 112808 10480.21
5 Cafeteria 4382 407
6 Security Room 215 20
7 Readers Store 710 66
8 Medical Care Center 710 66
9 Gym 1420 132



4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the
requirements of students with physical disabilities?
The college has taken care of physically disabled students. In this regard, lifts
have been provided in the main block and in the academic block. Ramps are provided
for easy movement of wheel chairs.

4.1.5 Give details on the residential facility and various provisions available
within them:

Hostel Facility Accommodation available
Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.

Computer facility including access to internet in hostel Facilities for medical
emergencies
Library facility in the hostels
Internet and Wi-Fi facility
Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual equipments
Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy Constant supply of safe
drinking water
Security

Hostel Facility:

Hostel facility is available for girls and limited facility is available for boys.

Description Girls Boys
Land Location

College Premises

Kodad


Total Area of land (in acres) 2.0 Acres 0.2 acres

No. of Buildings and No. of Building 1 Building 1
Floors Floors 3+1 Floors 3
Total floor area in sq.m 4275 557
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Whether internet is provided Yes Yes

Whether Wi-fi is prvided Yes Yes


Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.

Amenities building is constructed and the facilities like Canteen, Games room,
Gymnasium and Recreation-cum-Reading halls for both girls and boys separately are
in place.
.
Computer facility including access to internet in hostel:

Computing facilities are provided as per the AICTE norms, even extra
computers are provided to meet the practical requirements. Internet connectivity with a
total of 20Mbps band width is provided. All the computer systems in the college are on
LAN with OFC backbone. Computing facilities are made available to the students for at
least 12 hours a day and Wi- Fi enabled facility is provided. Hostel students can
access internet through Wi Fi

Facilities for medical emergencies:
The college maintains a medical centre with attached clinical laboratory for
routine tests, with a male doctor visiting twice and a lady doctor visiting once in a week,
and supported by two full time medical assistants. Ambulance service is provided.

4.1.6 What are the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of
health care on the campus and off the campus?

Students and staff are provided with free medical checkup, examination
and treatment at health care centre in the campus. Ambulance service is
provided.

4.1.7 Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus spaces
for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit, Womens Cell, Counseling
and Career Guidance, Placement Unit, Health Centre, Canteen, recreational
spaces for staff and students, safe drinking water facility, auditorium, etc.
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Grievance Redressal unit:
The college has clearly marked space for the common facilities available in
the campus.These facilities includesIQAC(Internal Quality Assurance
Cell),Grievance Redressal unit,Womens cell,Couneselling and Carrer cell Guidence
cell,placement unit,Health center,Cafetriaa,drinking water facility,and provision of
auditorium etc.

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 been implemented by the
committee to render the library, student/user friendly?

Yes, The library has an Advisory Committee.
The committee is intended to plan and coordinate the execution of the requisite
procedures for the functioning of the library. It takes up the process of identifying,
planning, and procurement of the books, journals, manuals etc. It ensures the up
gradation of the library to keep pace with the technological developments.

Composition of the Advisory Committee:
1. Principal: Chairman
2. HODs of all Dept: Members
3. Librarion: Convener.

Significant Initiatives of the Committee:

The committee monitors the allocation of funds for the books, journals,
manuals etc. and the digital processing of information, including on-line journals.
It also expected to monitor the student and staff utilization of the library.
The committee shall take into consideration all the procurement criteria,
and rules and regulations of the library management, including cataloguing and
access-administration.
The committee shall look into the indents of the departments and the purchase
mechanism with multiple volumes wherever necessary.

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The committee is expected to submit the minutes of its meetings along with
observations, suggestions, if any and resolutions to the college management committee
for further processing. The chairman and the members of the committee shall
undertake all the operations in coordination with the Librarian and other Library
personnel.

The following items fall under the purview of the committee.

Ascertaining the number of books and journals available in the
library
Ascertaining whether the catalogue is up to date or not
Budget planning for the year
Budget utilization of the previous year
Distribution of funds allocated for books, journals, periodicals etc.
Purchase mechanism for the central library
Infrastructure like tables, chairs, shelves, book racks etc. and their
maintenance,fund allocation for the infrastructure and its utilization
functioning of the digital library
Student and faculty utilization of the library
Effectiveness of the open access system
Student behavior with the books
Timings and any suggestions
Awareness activities of the library
Areas that need to be improved in the library

4.2.2 Provide details of the following:

Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) : 920 Sq.Mts
Total seating capacity : 450
Working hours:
On working days : 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM
On Holidays : 9.00 AM to 1.00 PM
On Examination days : 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM
During Vacation : Closed

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Layout of the library..

Ground Floor: Text book section, Circulation section, ,Server Room, Back Volumes,
Media Resource Centre, News Papers and Periodicals, Reading area.

First Floor: Reference section, Journals section and, e-Learning centre, Project
Reports.

4.2.3 How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, print and
e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the amount spent on procuring
new books, journals and e-resources during the last four years.

The Library advisory committee reviews the requirement received from various
departments and recommends the same to the college management committee for
further processing. The Institute gets the all reading material well in advance of the
commencement of academic year.


Details of the amount spent during the last four years:

Library 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010
holdings
Numb
er
Total
Cost
Numb
er
Total
Cost
Numb
er
Total
Cost
Numb
er
Total
Cost
Text books
and Reference 4794
10,68,0
00 3305 975000 2368 750765 1282 391915
books
Journals/
223
952000
198
147950
00
160
325000
148
185205

Periodicals


e-resources 150 121 97



4.2.4 Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum
access to the library collection?
Electronic Resource Management package for e-Journals
Subscribes to E-Journals: IEEE, DELNET
Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases

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A web based search engine is available to search articles in multiple databases
and it is an emerging feature of automated, Web-based library and information retrieval
systems.
Library Website
Library information is available on Institute website.
In-house/remote access to e-publications
Both Faculty and students can access to e-Publications like E-journals, E-books and
NPTEL Resources through LAN or Wi-Fi connectivity.
Library Automation
All the data relating to the Library is computerized and bar coding has been introduced.
Total number of computers for public access
22 computers are available for public access in library
Total number of printers for public access
Two printers are available for public access in library
Internet band width/speed
Internet band width in the library is 2mbps
Institutional Repository: Yes
Content management system for e-Learning

E-Journals like IEEE, ASME, ASCE, ELSEVIER, J-GATE Engg, J-GATE
Management,, McGraw-Hill and ASTM Digital Library and NPTEL Web Courses, Video
Courses NPTEL, MIT, Stanford, Harvard and Learning ware Materials for Engineering
Programme.

Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)
DELNET

4.2.5 Provide details on the following items:

Average number of walk-ins : 215
Average number of books issued : 150
Average number of books returned : 210
Ratio of library books to students Enrolled : 9:1
Average number of books added during last three years
:
3000
Average number of login to opac (OPAC) : 32
Average number of login to e-resources : 50
Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed : 25
Number of information literacy trainings organized : 2

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4.2.6 Give details of the specialized services provided by the
library

Manuscripts : No
Reference : Yes
Reprography : Yes


Information deployment and notification: Library deploy information in the form of
video courses, web courses, question banks, department exercises, notes, project
reports, case studies and university question papers

Download : Yes ( E- Journals, E- books etc.)

Printing : Yes

Reading list/ Bibliography compilation : Yes

In-house/remote access to e-resources : Yes

User Orientation and awareness : orientation and awareness seminars
are organized for library staff, students and faculty members

Assistance in searching Databases : Yes

INFLIBNET/IUC facilities : DELNET


4.2.7 Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the students
and teachers of the college.

The Library staff always extend their services to the student and teachers of the
college to look after in various aspects mentioned below.

Attending the student on time whenever they require the
services
Continous supervision to reduce the lead time when student
requires any help at the middle of study hour
Reprographic facility extended to the students request.
Personal guidance in finding the books and also special
interest by spending extra time when the student in referring
books which were refered by concerned faculty
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Full fledged service will be provided to the student in guiding
during the Digital Library hours, Keeping the books, journels,
and other resources ready for immediate use of students by
monitoring issues and returns of such material through on
line service with no delay.

4.2.8 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the
visually/physically challenged persons? Give details.
Library facilities are available in each department and the same facilities
extended for physically challenged persons,in addition to the common library facilities.

4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analyzed
and used for improving the library services. (What strategies are deployed by the
Library to collect feedback from users? How is the feedback analyzed and used
for further improvement of the library services?)

Yes, library collects the feedback from its users
The feedback is collected from students regularly in a special designed format A
feedback box is kept in the library to get feedback from staff and students at any point
of time. Exit feedback is collected from the students regarding the library facility
available in the campus. The feedback information analyzed by the library advisory
committee is utilized for further improvement of the library.

4.3 IT Infrastructure

4.3.1. Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and software) at
the institution.


1. Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number with
exact configuration of each available system) and licensed softwares.

Number of computers with
Configuration (provide actual
number with exact configuration
of each available system)

Dual Core / Core i3
1130

Computer-student ratio


1:2
(One Computer for 2 Students)

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Stand alone facility

-
LAN facility Wi-fi facility

Broad Band Internet


Licensed software
Ms. Windows, Ms. Office, Oracle, IBM Rational Rose,
Red hat LINUX, MSDN, Xilinx 9.2i, P Spice, MATLAB,
Embedded S/W, Kiel 4.01 S/W, Ansys, Auto CAD

Number of nodes/ computers with
Internet facility

350

Any other

04 Servers (2+2)
IBM / WIPRO

2. Computer-student ratio

UG - 1 : 4 PG - 1 : 2


3. LAN facility

All computing labs are provided with LAN facility

4. Wi-Fi facility:

Wi Fi facility is available in the departments



4.3.2 Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the faculty
and students on the campus and off-campus?

Internet service is available for both faculty and students in the campus Internet
service is provided to both ladies and gents hostel The College provides internet facility
to staff members at the respective departments in order to access the required study
material from available e-resources and present them as part of their teaching process.
The Principals Office, Administrative Office, Examination Section, Training and
Placement Cell and Senior Faculty member cabins are provided with internet facility Wi
Fi connectivity is available in and around the campus Un-interrupted power supply is
made available in the campus so that the students and staff can access the internet
without any interruption

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Specifications:

Internet Provider: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.,

Total Band width: 40 Mbps broad band connections.

10 Mbps broad band leased line

20 Mbps NME (National Mission for Education through Information &
Communication Technology)
10 Mbps - 20 connections of 512 Kbps broad band.

4.3.3 What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?

Computer systems are upgraded with latest configuration once in Three years.
Individual up gradation of the computers is taken up as per the need and requirements
of the various departments. Enough provision is made available in the annual budgets
for the procurement of the computer systems. Once new systems are procured, they
replace with the existing systems as per the requirements of the departments.All the
computer systems in the campus are regularly monitored by the system administrator
and maintenance staff.

The trouble/problems experienced by the computers in the various laboratories
are entered by the lab programmers/technicians in the complaint register which is kept
in the respective laboratories.The maintenance staff will then goes to the respective
labs for identification of the problems and resolves the same at the respective places.
In case of major problems i.e. replacement of component/part during warranty they are
sent to the respective service centers and got replaced at the earliest.Computer center
is provided with one server of different capacities to cater the computer requirements.
All the servers are maintained regularly by the respective service providers.

4.3.4 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
procurement, up-gradation, deployment and maintenance of the computers and
their accessories in the institution (Year wise for last four years)

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Amount spent for procurement, up gradation, deployment and maintenance of
the computers and their accessories in the institution during the last three years:

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
Amount Spent 30,00,000 25,00,000 35,00,000

8,22,670


4.3.5 How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources
including development and use of computer-aided teaching/ learning materials by
its staff and students?

The Institution has adequate computer facility for its faculty. Faculty members
are provided with computers with internet facility for preparation of teaching/learning
materials in their respective departments.Each department has its own computing
facility based on the curriculum demand. Number of computer laboratories and number
of computers in each laboratory vary from department to department.The faculty and
students can access e resources available in the library through Wi-Fi facility and also
through computing facilities available with each department.

Adequate Multimedia projectors, OHPs are available within the college for the
faculty use.Each department in the institute has individual seminar halls provided with
LCD projector, PA system and internet facility.In addition each department has
separate e class room with all multimedia facilities.

4.3.6 Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning activities and
technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching - learning resources,
independent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces etc.) by the
institution place the student at the centre of teaching-learning process and
render the role of a facilitator for the teacher.

The institution acts as a facilitator for e-learning material (NPTEL video lectures)
and the accession of online lectures of various experts from IITs, NITs and Reputed
institutes. E-class rooms are provided in the departments for this purpose. Institution
also provided a new facility.

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4.3.7 Does the Institution avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity
directly or through the affiliating university? If so, what are the services availed
of?
NO.
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities

4.4.1 How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the following
facilities (substantiate your statements by providing details of budget allocated
during last four years)?
Based on the requirement from head of the departments and the concerned in
charges, about 10% of the total budget is allocated for maintenance and upkeep of the
facilities like building, furniture, equipment, computers, vehicles etc.

Amount spent for matinenance of facilities during the last four years:

Items
Expenses in Expenses in Expenses in Expenses in
2012 - 13 2011 - 12 2010 - 11 2009-10



Building
67,47872 20398425 6307868 6646376


Equipment &
3997292 5645388 5170471 4720476

Computers


Vehicles
465951 3795000 4360000 2837740


Any other


(Administrative and 84683865 65869506 67428121 59851484
other Expenditure)




4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep of the
infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the college?
Matters concerning the maintenance of buildings and infrastructural facilities,
including cup-boards in the walls and name plates etc., the HODs or the concerned in-
charge will make a requisition to the Principal which will be forwarded to the
Establishment Officer.
The Project Officer, on receiving the requisition shall enter the requisition in the
register provided for the same. After this, he will discuss this with the Principal,
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Secretary and Correspondent, take their approval and attend to the work at the earliest
possible time. For items of works costing more than Rs.10, 000/-, he will submit
estimates along with quotations.

Action taken shall be recorded in the register. Requisition should be sent at
least one month in advance, except emergencies. Regarding furniture, a requisition
shall be made to the Principal by the HODs/in-charges; it will be forwarded to
Administrative Officer (A.O).
A.O. will discuss this with Secretary and Correspondent and take necessary
action. He shall maintain a register, where he enters the requisitions and records the
actions taken.


Building Hygiene:
Sweepers and a supervisor will be allotted for a particular area. Every day the
sweeper has to sign in the register to confirm that he/she has done the duty. The
supervisor should attest the same.
Duties of Sweepers:

Cleaning of class rooms, corridors, floor cleaning of laboratories, staff rooms
and other areas allotted.

Dusting of furniture and windows in the class rooms and also cleaning of glass
boards.

(However, dusting of departmental furniture/equipment/machines shall be done
by department attendees and lab technicians.)
Swabbing of corridors

Clearing cobwebs in the corridors, class rooms and other areas, except
department labs.

Supervisors: Supervisors shall personally supervise the work and lock the class
rooms after he is satisfied with the work.


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Toilet Hygiene:

Each toilet is to be cleaned four times a day, which should be checked by
supervisor concerned. Care is taken in providing exhaust fans, daily cleaning with
phenol or detergents, use of naphthalene balls.

Class Rooms:
Use of non-dust chalks.
Daily sweeping of class rooms.
Wet cloth cleaning of benches (at least twice a week).
Black board cleaning (with wet cloth daily).

Floors:

Daily sweeping and wet cleaning.
Common dust bins are provided at various locations in each floor
Hoods / In-charges shall make complaints regarding hygiene to the Principal,
which will be forwarded to the Project Officer for necessary action. Project
officer shall maintain a register for the purpose in which the complaints and
action taken against the complaint are recorded.
The following registers shall be maintained for the above:
requisition form and register
complaints register and file
sweepers log book/log sheets

scavengers log book/log sheets

File for work assignments sweepers and scavengers.

Laboratories -Maintenance & Utilization:

Preventive maintenance is followed. Additional experiments are designed to
utilize all the equipment available in the lab. Periodical checkups and calibration of
equipment in all laboratories. Depending on the experiment, one, two or a maximum of
three students perform a single experiment with common set of apparatus. Stock
verification is being conducted in all laboratories every year.



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Computing Facilities-Maintenance & Utilization
Computing facilities are provided as per the AICTE norms, even extra computers
are provided to meet the practical requirements. Internet connectivity with a total of 40
Mbps band width is provided. All the computer systems in the college are on LAN with
OFC backbone. Computing facilities are made available to the students for at least 12
hours a day and WiFi enabled facility shall be provided.

The number of computers to be made available will be as per the requirements.
A team technician with a faculty in-charge takes care for the maintenance of computers.
Necessary Licensed software are procured. Servers like LINUX, WINDOWS, Web
Servers, Database etc., are provided. Additional projects are taken up by the students
for optimum utilization of the facilities.

Library:
Library is maintained and monitored by Library Committee.
Library maintenance is computerized and automated with regular/constant up-keeping

Individual Departmental Libraries are integrated with Central Library for
accessing Digital Learning Materials
Regular swabbing of the Library floors, regular cleaning of the racks, up-keeping
the quality of the books with needed binding are in place

4.4.3 How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration and
other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?

The departments take the initiative to calibrate the precision instruments for their
optimum and assured performance, once in three years Faculty members take master
readings once in a semester to ensure proper working of the equipment.

4.4.4 What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and maintenance of
sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations, constant supply of water etc.)?
The Departments take steps to protect sensitive instruments from mechanical
and electrical damage, so that they render optimum and assured performances.
All these instruments are protected from voltage fluctuations and power outages
through the use of off-line and dedicated on-line UPS

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Generator Power Backup &UPS Power BACKUP























Supply of Water:

A 24X7 RO (Reverse Osmosis) water plant of 10000 litres / per day is functional
to meet the safe drinking water requirements of college, canteen, hostels, home needs
of teaching and non-teaching staff.





















Mode of backup Capacity(KVA
Generator 1 125
Generator 2 110
Generator 3 100
Generator 4 63
UPS 1 20
UPS 2 20
UPS 3 20
UPS 4 20
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CRITERION V

STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

5.1 Student Mentoring and Support

5.1.1 Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook annually? If
yes, what is the information provided to students through these documents and
how does the institution ensure its commitment and accountability?
YES.

The College publishes hand book every year which comprises the information
about vision and mission of the college, Discipline of the college, Teaching & Non-
teaching staff, Technical Society, General information, admission procedure, important
academic information regarding JNTUH regulations, rules and regulations of the college
and other facilities provided by the college. It gives a birds eye view of thecollege.
5.1.2 Specify the type, number and amount of institutional scholarships / free-
ships given to the students during the last four years and whether the financial
aid was available and disbursed on time?
YES.
The financial aid was available and disbursed on time. The details are given
below.Details of financial Assistance given to the students by the College

Year No. of Scholarships Amount (Lakhs)

2012-13 618 221.04

2011-12 689 227.76

2010-11 733 272.28

Total : 2040 721.08


NSS of this college conducts about 5 camps.
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5.1.3 What percentages of students receive financial assistance from state
government, central government and other national agencies?

Details of financial Assistance (Fee reimbursement) from A.P. State Govt.

Category
Percentage (%)

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13



SC 13.06 12.00 12.19 11.00


ST 5.70 6.00 7.25 6.79


BC 42.94 39.97 46.58 41.90


EBC 2.25 42.01 33.96 40.29


PHC - - - -


Minorities 0.4 0.3 0.5 1



5.1.4 What are the specific support services/facilities available for SC/ST, OBC
and economically weaker sections?

All SC /ST students receive financial assistance in the form of tuition fee,
maintenance charges and pocket money from the Government as per the
Government regulations.
The college library issues book bank facility from which SC,ST students can
borrow additional books.
OBC Students also receive financial assistance in terms of tuition fee and
maintenance charges.
The college arranges additional training / remedial classes for academically
lagging students.
Class counselors take special attention of slow learners, identifying their
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Physically challenged / other disabled students?


Physically challenged students receive scholarship of Rs. 550/- per month from
social welfare department.

Such students have a provision of availing additional time at the time of their
taking the exam.
Class and examination rooms are arranged on the ground floor.

The College is providing lift provision, Railings, Tricycles and special toilets suited
to them.

The college has given full tuition fee concession and are provided with free PCs.
So far two students benefited in this scheme.

Overseas students

There are no overseas students in this college.

Students to participate in various competitions/conferences in India and abroad

The college extends financial support to students participating in various
competitions/ conferences in India. About 30% of the students participate in
various events organized outside the college.

Medical Assistance to Students: Health centre, health insurance etc.

The college has a medical centre with attached clinical laboratory for routine
tests. A male doctor visits twice and a lady doctor visits once in a week. The
centre has two full time medical assistants on its rolls.

Accidental Insurance scheme is extended to all the students.
Organizing Coaching Class for Competitive Examinations:

In house GATE coaching classes are conducted by both internal and external
faculty.

In addition, the departments provide guidance to their students preparing for
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competitive examinations like CAT/GRE/TOEFL.

The college has sufficiently well stocked library books for CAT/GRE/ TOEFL

Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)

The college has the following laboratories to enhance students skills:
ELCS Lab: for developing communication skills.
Support for slow learners:

Remedial classes are arranged for the slow learners. Student counselors
continuously monitor their progress.

Exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/ corporate / business
houses, etc.

Students are encouraged & guided to participate in events organized by other
institutions. Industrial visits are arranged for the students for practical exposure.
Workshops on entrepreneurship development are organized to enhance the
interests of students to start their own business/industry.

Publication of student magazines

Departmental student associations bring out semi-annual Technical
Magazines.

5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial
skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.


The following efforts are made by the institution to impart entrepreneurial skills to
students:


2010-2011
S.NO Name of the program Resource Persons
Targeted
audience
1
Science behind the Development of
Metals & Materials
Dr.N.Eswara Prasad, FIE,
FIIM MECH
2
Advances in Composites and Smart
Structure
Prof,PVP Siddharta
Inst,Vijayawada MECH
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3
Application Of Oops Concepts For
Development Of Projects Mr.Naveen Kumar CSE
4
Power Systems, SCADA and
FACTS Dr Suraya Kalavathi EEE





2011-2012
S.NO Name of the program Resource Persons
Targeted
audience
1 Android programming Mr.Srinath Reddy ECE
2 On Adobe Photoshop Rainbow Finishing School ECE
3 IBM Academic initiative Mr.Harshavardhan,ibm ECE
4 IBM Academic initiative Mr.Pooraja,jkc ECE
5
Proliferation and Destination of
Power Electronics Dr.V.T.Soma Sekhar EEE
6 On Adobe Photoshop Rainbow finishing school CSE
7 On Cloud Computing Mr.Durga Naveen CSE
8 Android Programming Mr.Srinath Reddy CSE
9
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on DB2 Mr.Ratnam,ibm CSE
10
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on DB2 Mr.Kunal,ibm CSE
11 Windows Azure Mr Nabajyoti boura CSE
12
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on RAD Mr.Harshavardhan CSE
13
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on RAD Mr.Pooraja CSE
14 Microsoft Ideation fest Mr. Phani Kondepudi CSE
15
Application Of Oops Concepts For
Development Of Projects Mr.Naveen Kumar CSE
16 Electrical Power System Protection Mr.Naveen ECE
17
A one day work shop on Success in
success
Md. Rizwan Pasha, WIPRO
Technologies, Hyd MBA
18 Guest Lecture on Project work Dr. G. Vidyanadh, CBIT, Hyd MBA
2012-2013
S.NO Name of the program Resource Persons
Targeted
audience
1
Motivational Talk On Bridging The Gap
Between Industry And Academy
Mr.Madhan Kumar Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys, Mysore ECE
2
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on Lotus Domino Mr.Rajendra ECE
3
IBM AcademicInitiative Training
Programmeon
WebApplicationDevelopment Using RAD &
DB2 Mr.Sandesh ECE
4
Microsoft Innovation Center- Motivational
Talk on Igniting the Young Minds
Mr.Joseph Landes,DPE,Mr. Phani
Kondepudi ECE
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5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which promote
participation of students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities such as
sports, games, Quiz competitions, debate and discussions, cultural activities etc.
Promotion of participation of students

Provides Sports Track Suit to students for participating in major tournaments.
Encourages participation in inter collegiate tournaments conducted in Volleyball,
Basketball, Tennis,Table-Tennis, Athletics etc.,Presents merit certificates and
mementoes to winners and runners in intramural competitions for boys & girls at
College Annual Sports Day celebrations. Encourages participation in co-curricular
activities.
Provides TA, DA to students participating in extracurricular and co-curricular
activities such as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debates, cultural activities
etc.
5
Composite Materials Prof.G.V.Rao MECH
6
Advances in Mechanical Engineering Dr.G.Vijay Kumar MECH
7
CFD & Its applications Mr. D. Srinivas, MECH
8
Elements of Heattransfer Dr.G.Amarender Rao, MECH
9
A one day work shop on Success in
success
Md. Rizwan Pasha, WIPRO
Technologies, Hyd MBA
10
Online Trading Ignite Financial Solutins, Hyd MBA
11
SCADA Application in Power systems N.L.V.Prasad EEE
12
Web Designing
Mr.M.Ravi Kumar, Rainbow
Finishing School CSE
13
Motivational Talk On Bridging The Gap
Between Industry And Academy
Mr.Madhan Kumar Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys, Mysore CSE
14
Cloud Computing
Mr.Madhan Kumar Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys, Mysore CSE
15
Information Security And Ethical Hacking Virscent Technologies CSE
16
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on Lotus Domino Mr.Rajendra CSE
17
IBM AcademicInitiative Training
Programmeon
WebApplicationDevelopment Using RAD &
DB2 Mr.Sandesh CSE
18
Windows 8 Application Development Microsoft CSE
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Due consideration in respect of attendance for students participating in important
literary, cultural or sports events outside the college.
Conducts inter collegiate tournaments, cultural competitions by organizing state
level fest known as Anurag Vista every year.
Conducts coaching camps to enhance their capabilities in sports and games
events.
Honoring best outgoing sportsman and sportswoman with gold medals
A token amount of Rs.2000/- is given to the winning team in JNTU central zone
intercollegiate tournament.
An Incentive of Rs.2000/- is given to the Participation of South Zone and All India
Inter University tournaments as a token of encouragement.
Various Cash Awards are given in the tournaments conducted in and outside
the college.
Well furnished amenities block
Separate Gymnasium facility for boys and girls.


a) Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations:

Academic support is provided for all those students participating in extra
curricular activities in the form of arranging compensation classes. Due
consideration in respect of attendance for the students participating in
important literary, cultural or sports events outside the college.
Since the college has to follow the examination time tables of the affiliating
university, there is no scope for deviation from examination schedule.

b) Special dietary requirement, sports uniform and materials:

College provides sports uniform to all the students participating in the inter-
collegiate/inter University events and provides dietary supplements for such
students.
The college spends approximately Rs.1.5 Lakhs annually on consumable sports
material.
Special diet is provided for students in their coaching camps.

c) Any other:
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The following committees are formulated to enhance student participation in extra
curricular activities.
1. Sports and Games Committee
2. Cultural Committee
3. Literary Committee.


5.1.7 Enumerating on the support and guidance provided to the students in
preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the number of students
appeared and qualified in various competitive exams such as UGC-CSIR- NET,
UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOEFL / GMAT / Central /State services,
Defense, Civil Services, etc.

The departments provide guidance, further conduct coaching classes to students
for taking competitive examinations like GATE/CAT/GRE/TOEFL. Language lab has
interactive software which enables the students to prepare for GRE and TOEFL
examinations. Large number of books on career guidance and competitive examinations
are available in Library. Every year good number of students are securing good
ranks/scores in GATE/GRE/ TOEFL / CAT examinations.

No. of Students qualified in GATE/GRE/TOFEL/CAT/MAT/PGECET etc


Academic
Year CSE EEE ME ECE MBA
2012-13 30 59 10 37 7
2011-12 27 48 7 27 42
2010-11 21 36 9 21 42
2009-10 37 22 8 30 42







5.1.8 What type of counseling services are made available to the students
(academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)

Academic Counseling:
College has constituted a dedicated team of Faculty to counsel the students
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academically. There will be academic coordinators and counselors to look after the
problems faced by academically poor or irregular students.

Personal Counseling:
College has constituted a dedicated team of Faculty who bestow personal care in
the case of academically low or irregular students. Personal care is taken by
class counselors and Dean, Student affairs in the case of such students.

A Grievance Redress Cell is constituted to look into the grievances of students
and to attend their problems.
An exclusive counseling and guidance cell is set up to attend the problems of
newly admitted students.

Career Counseling:

The college has constituted a dedicated team of English Faculty exclusively for
developing Soft Skills of the students. Soft Skill Training Programmes are
periodically conducted with internal resource persons and slots are allotted in the
regular time table. Also, our students are trained through external corporate
training agencies like, Globarena, FACE, Productivity Reach, TIME, etc. Training
& Placement Cell regularly conducts Group Discussions, Just A Minute (JAM)
and also Orientation Programmes. Mock Interviews are conducted to identify and
improve the skill set of the students.

The college established Center for Development of Communication Skills Lab
(CDCS Lab) in January 2002 and is the first of its kind among the colleges
affiliated to the JNTU, Hyderabad. The lab was renamed as English Language
Communication Skills (ELCS) laboratory after the course has been introduced in
the course curriculum in 2006 by the affiliating University. The lab helps to
improve the communication skills of students.



The college is an Advanced Partner of Campus Connect initiative of Infosys for
enhancing the Employability Skills of the Engineering Graduates.

Infosys Campus Connect Soft Skills module is being rolled out every year to III
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year B.Tech students. Faculty members of English, earlier trained by experts of
Infosys Technologies, train the students in the following areas.

5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and
placement of its students? If yes, detail on the services provided to help students
identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview and the percentage
of students selected during campus interviews by different employers (list the
employers and the programmes).

YES.
The college has a structured mechanism for career guidance and placements of
its students.

Campus Recruitment

Efforts are being made by the institution to improve the employability of the
students and industries are invited to the campus to recruit students. For the past four
years all the eligible and interested candidates are absorbed by the industry before
completion of the course. Efforts made by the college are given below:

Training and Placement cell

Full-fledged Training & Placement Cell of the institution comprising T&P Officer,
Placement Officer & PRO, one Office Assistant and Departmental Coordinators. It
monitors and organizes continuously the training and placement activities. The cell
regularly contacts all relevant industries / companies and conducts placement drives.

Special Training on English Language and Communication Skills

The College conducts special training classes on English Language and
Communication Skills to improve the communication skills of students. It also helps the
students to improve their technical presentation and interview performance skills.

Regular Training on Aptitude & Other Soft Skills

Regular training on aptitude and soft skills is provided to the students at pre-final and
final year level both by the external and internal resource persons.
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Special customized training based on Industry requirement
The suggestions of industry representatives on the Board of Studies of
individual departments are taken to identify the customized training needs of individual
departments. Industry relevant customized training is provided to final year students
before the commencement of recruitment process. In addition, guest lectures are
arranged on specialized areas relevant to the present day industry.
List of Companies visited for placement drives:



































5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If yes, list (if
any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last four years.
YES.

The redressal cell headed by the Dean Student affairs, comprises one senior
faculty member from each department and a lady faculty member. The composition of
Companies visited No.of students selected
2012-13
On Campus/ Off Campus
Tulip Telecom, POLARIS , Mahindrasatyam,
Wipro,Accenture,INFOTECH, AP Transco,
Apna Technologies
147
2011-12
On Campus/ Off Campus
Accenture,Tulip Telecom, POLARIS ,
Mahindrasatyam,
Wipro,Accenture,INFOTECH
200
2010-11
On Campus/ Off Campus
Accenture,Tulip Telecom, POLARIS ,
Mahindrasatyam,
Wipro,Accenture,INFOTECH
313
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the cell is as follows:

S.NO Name Designation
Position in the
committee
1
Dr. M.V.Siva
Prasad
Principal Chairman
2
Mr.Y.V.R.Naga
Pawan
H.O.D, IT Convener
3
Mr.V.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D, ECE Member
4
Mr.G.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D,CSE Member
5
Mr.G.Prasad H.O.D, MCA Member
6
Mr.N.Guruvaiah H.O.D, MBA Member
7
Mr.D.Pandu Ranga
Rao
H.O.D, H&S Member
8
Mr.S.Chandra
Sekhar
H.O.D, EEE Member
9
Mr.C.Manikanta
Reddy
H.O.D, CIVIL Member
10
Dr.N.Ravi Kumar I/C Dip Member


The basic functions of the cell are:

1. It conducts a thorough enquiry on the complaints received from the aggrieved
students, including instances of ragging.
2. It submits the enquiry report to the Principal, with its recommendations on
suitable penalty / punishment to be imposed.
3. The Principal, on receipt of the above report, gives an opportunity to the
student(s) against whom the complaint was lodged to explain his / her case.
The Principal will convene the College Academic Committee meeting in this
regard to decide on the measures to be taken. In special cases the opinion of
the College Management Committee will also be taken before imposing the
punishments / penalties.



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Ananthagiri Village, KODAD
GRIEVANCES REDRESS CELL STUDENTS

1. Name of the Student :Roll NoBranch &
Year of study: Grievance:
..

..

Date:. Signature of the Student

Dt: ....
Action Taken
(Proposed / Implemented)

Signature of the Convener


INFORMATION OF ACTION TAKEN-INTIMATION TO THE STUDENT

I was informed of the action taken (Proposed).

Date: Signature of the

Student

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT GRIEVANCES REDRESS CELL STUDENTS

Received the complaint from, Roll No.

...Class & Year of Study..



Date:..
Signature of theStudent












5.1.11 What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to
sexual harassment?
The college has a Women Protection Cell which addresses the grievances of girl
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students regarding sexual harassment. The composition of the cell comprises one senior
lady faculty member as convener and one lady faculty member from each department, if
available. The Dean Student Affairs shall be an ex-officio member. The composition of
the cell is as follows:

S.NO
Name Designation Position in the
committee
1
Dr. M.V.Siva
Prasad
Principal Chairman
2 Mrs.P.Sravanthi Dept of CSE Convener
3 Ms.J.Vijayasree Dept of IT Member
4 Ms.V.Neetu Dept of ECE Member
5
Mrs.N.Leela
Jaya Syamala
Dept of EEE Member
6 Mrs. M.Shilpa Dept of MBA Member
7 Mrs.M.Suvarna
Department of
H&S
Member
8 Mrs.Y.Sridevi Diploma Member

This cell looks after the welfare of girl students and lady staff members.

The basic functions of the cell are:
The cell notifies its presence through posters, notices and interactive sessions
and also creates awareness among the students and faculty on the repercussions they
face, if they resort to harassment of any kind. When a complaint is received by the cell,
it conducts an enquiry to identify the gravity of the offence. Based on the firsthand
information and prime-facie evidence, the committee submits its report to the Principal
for further action.

5.1.12 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.

The College has an anti-ragging committee. The composition of the committee is

Anti-ragging Committee

S.NO Name Designation
Position in the
committee
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1 Dr. M.V.Siva Prasad Principal Chairman
2 Mr.V.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D, ECE Convener
3 Mr.S.Chandra Sekhar H.O.D, EEE Member
4 Dr.MD.Abid Ali
H.O.D,
Mechanical
Member
5
Mr.C.Manikanta
Reddy
H.O.D, CIVIL Member
6 Mr.G.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D,CSE Member
7
Mr.Y.V.R.Naga
Pawan
H.O.D, IT Member
8 Mr.G.Prasad H.O.D, MCA Member
9 Mr.N.Guruvaiah H.O.D, MBA Member
10
Mr.D.Pandu Ranga
Rao
H.O.D, H&S Member
11
Mr.G.Venkata
Krishna
H.O.D,
Mathematics
Member
12 Dr.N.Ravi Kumar I/C Dip Member
13 S.Dharma Bixam Physical director Convener
14 Mr.P.Kanakaiah Physical Director Member
15 Mr.A.Naveen Physical Director Member
16 Mr.K.Narender Reddy Physical Director Member
17 Mr.V.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D, ECE Member
18 Dr.MD.Abid Ali
H.O.D,
Mechanical
Member
19
Mr.C.Manikanta
Reddy
H.O.D, CIVIL Member
20 Mr.G.Srinivasa Rao H.O.D,CSE Member
21
Mr.Y.V.R.Naga
Pawan
H.O.D, IT Member
22 Mr.G.Prasad H.O.D, MCA Member
23 Mr.S.Chandra Sekhar H.O.D, EEE Member
24 Mr.N.Guruvaiah H.O.D, MBA Member
25
Mr.G.Venkata
Krishna
H.O.D,
Mathematics
Member
26 Mr.M.Basha Dept of ECE Member
27 Ms.Neethu Dept of ECE Member
28 Mr.T.Nageswara Rao Dept of ECE Member
29 Mr.K.Anand Babu Dept of MECH Member
30 Mr.T.Raghu Dept of EEE Member
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31 Mrs.M.Madhavi Dept of CSE Member
32 Mr.J.Nagaraju Dept of CSE Member
33
Mrs.Y.Lakshmi
Prasanna
Dept of CSE Member
34 Mr.K.Anand Kumar Dept of IT Member
35 Mr.N.Syam prasad Dept of MBA Member
36 Mr.Ch.Vidya Sagar Dept of MCA Member
37 Mr.R.Ravi Kumar Dept of MCA Member
38 Ms.G.Prashanthi Dept of MCA Member
39 Mr.T.Nagaraju Dept of H&S Member
40 Mrs.P.Maithili
Department of
H&S
Member
41 Mr.V.Anthony
Department of
H&S
Member
42
Mr.H.Venkateswara
Rao
Department of
H&S
Member
43 Hostel Wardens Boys &Girls Members

The basic functions of the cell are:

To create self confidence and congenial environment among the newly admitted
students by way of conducting frequent interactive sessions to clear the doubts
related to academic matters, social interaction and compatibility. The
Counseling and Guidance Cell provides a ragging free campus for newly
admitted students to have a pleasant and fruitful academic stay in this college.

Faculty is deputed at various locations inside the college campus to monitor the
student activities. Faculty sees that no student groups are formed and if any are
observed, the group is dispersed to avoid any nuisance. The punishment for
ragging is displayed at various places to make the students aware of
seriousness of the administration for preventing ragging.

To conduct an enquiry and identify of the culprits on receipt of complaint.

Based on the first hand information and prime-facie evidence, the committee
submits its report to the Principal for necessary disciplinary action. Severe
punishment will be imposed on the accused, if proven.

No ragging instances took place for the last four years in the campus
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5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
institution.

Amenities building which provides facilities like canteen, indoor games,
gymnasium, reading room and guest rooms for boys and girls separately.

Accidental Insurance to the students.

Free vaccination to the students against Malaria and Hepatitis-B

Financial support and needed facilities to physically challenged students
Provision of giving Scholarships/ fee Waiver by the Management.

5.1.14 Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If yes, what
are its activities and major contributions for institutional, academic and
infrastructure development?

AEC has an Alumni Association, under the leadership of a Professor.
Membership to the alumni association is free. Association regularly meets and
interacts with the management. It is the flag bearer of the developments in the
institution. While rejuvenating the memories of the college, a network of old
students was achieved. Today it is the backbone of the institution.

The institution rests on the rich history of the student's success and glory.
The Alumni organizes lectures on personality development. Over the years it
has been helping in holding interactive sessions to motivate students regarding
social adjustments. The alumni also help the institution by influencing industries and
other agencies in getting placements fests for the institution. The alumni has
expanded and strengthened it with new enrolments.




5.2 Student Progression

5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or
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employment (for the last four batches) highlights the trends observed.

5.2.2 Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and completion
rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as stipulated by the
university)? Furnish programme-wise details in comparison with that of the
previous performance of the same institution and that of the Colleges of the
affiliating university within the city/district.

There is no grading system for the colleges affiliated to JNTUH,hyd

Programme - Wise Success Rate (pass %) for the last Five Years
Student Progression
Academic year Branch
UG to PG
2009
ME-19.64%; ECE-34.42%, CSE-
15.76%
2008
EEE-33.77%; ME-9.46%; ECE-
25.23% CSE-40.7%
2007
EEE-27.84%; ME-12.63%; ECE-
33.49%, CSE-24.47%
PG to M.Phil. ---
PG to Ph.D ---
Employed
2009
180
Campus selections
2008 165
2007
152
2006
133
Other than campus
recruitment
2009
EEE-7.5%; ME-1.67%;
ECE-5.56%; CSE-8.33%;
2008
EEE-13.33%; ME-10.83%;
ECE-8.88%; CSE-5.56%;
2007
EEE-11.67%; ME-12.5%; ECE-
25.56%;
CSE-32.22%; MBA-5%
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Batch
B.Tech
CE EEE ME ECE CSE
2005-09 - 94 93 93
2006-10 - 93 92 99 94
2007-11 - 94 93 92 95
2008-12 - 96 95 94 96
2009-13 97 92 96 96 98

Batch
M.Tech PG Courses
VLSI ES CADCAM CSE PEED Batch MBA
2004-06 - - - - - 2004-6 -
2005-07 - - - - - 2005-07 -
2006-08 - - - - - 2006-08 93
2007-09 95 - - 98 - 2007-09 94
2008-10 96 95 - 96 - 2008-10 90
2009-11 94 94 93 93 94 2009-11 92
2010-12 95 92 92 95 96 2010-12 90



5.2.3 How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher level of
education and/or towards employment?
Academic Year 2013-14 (Till Date)

Pre-Placement Training classes were conducted to III & IV B.Tech.

Conducted Online Assessment Test for IV & III B.Tech. students by Globarena
Technologies in association with JNTUH,Hyderabad

Conducted Co-Cubes Nationwide Pre-Assessment Test for IV B.Tech.

Academic Year 2012-13

Pre-Placement Training classes were conducted to Class of 2013 students for 6
days on the topics Clocks & Calendars, Number System, LCM & HCF, Ratios &
Proportions , Averages, Permutations & Combinations , Puzzles, Data Sufficiency
, Cubes, Time & Distance, Boats & Streams , Races & Games and Data
Interpretation, Profit&Loss, Directions , Comparision & Ranking, Critical
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Reasoning, Reading, Comprehension, Letter Analogy , Miscellaneous,
Sequencing & Ordering , Figure Series, Numbers & Ages , Percentages ,
Mixtures, etc
Pre-Placement Training classes were conducted to Class of 2014 (2010-14
Batch) students for 4days by Sri S. Venu and his team of d-Ploy Mentors,
Hyderabad the topics Number System , LCM & HCF, Ratios & Proportions,
Averages, Percentages, Profit& Loss, Synonyms,Antonyms, common errors,
Analogies , Idioms & Phrases, Self Awareness & Goal setting, Recruiters
Expectations& Employable Skills, Implementing Career Plans, PIR, JAM,Public
Speaking,Basics of Resume Pre-Placement Training classes were conducted to II
& III year MCA students for 4days by Sri Karampudi Bhaskar and his team of
Success Key, Hyderabad the topics Identification of Errors , Sentence
Improvements, Critical Reasoning , Reading Comp., Presentation Skills ,
Interview Skills , PIR , JAM, Rules of GD, Group Discussions, (Sequence,
Ordering , Cubes) , (Data Sufficiency , Letter Series)


Academic Year 2011-12
Training Aspects:

All the III B.Tech. students were given pre-placement training (Aptitude, Verbal,
Softskills and Group Discussions from Globarena ITE Technologies, Hyderabad)
Pre Placement Training classes were conducted to IV B.Tech
INFOSYS based Placement Training Sessions for all eligible IV B.Tech.


5.2.4 Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of
failure and drop out?

Remedial Classes are arranged for the students who are at risk of failure and
drop out.
Conducting frequent Counseling by the class teachers.
Discussions with the parents
Special Coaching is being provided in the form of extra class hours.

5.3 Student Participation and Activities
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5.3.1 List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular activities
available to students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.

a) Sports & Games Facilities:

The department of Physical Education looks after the Games and Sports
activities. The department is headed by two qualified Physical Directors and the required
infrastructure.The college has exclusive amenities block for indoor games and also has
well developed playgrounds for Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Shuttle Badminton, Kho-
Kho , Kabaddi etc.

The participation of students in Games & Sports activities are fundamentally of two
types.
1. Intramural games & sports activity
2. Extramural activities outside the college

Major Activities:
Organizing inter-collegiate tournaments in Tennis, Basketball & Table Tennis
competitions and providing facilities for conducting University team selections on the
above events.
Intramural activities:
Intramural competitions will be conducted in months of February & March every
year and the prizes will be distributed on Annual Day function.


Facilities for Girl Students:
The college encourages participation of girl students in intra and inter institutional
sports & games competitions and cultural activities. The following are the sports &
games and cultural activities arranged by the college;
Indoor: Caroms, Chess, Table Tennis, Badminton etc.
Outdoor: Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Throw ball, Tennicoit, Kho-Kho
Conduct of separate selection trials for girl students for picking up talented
players for participation at Inter Collegiate tournaments.
Conducting practice sessions in athletic events.
Presentation of women championship awards every year.
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b) Literary and Cultural activities:

Literary and Cultural activities pertaining to Annual day are under the supervision of
Basic Sciences and Humanities department. All the Departments also conduct such
activities every year regularly as part of their respective Department Association
activities every year.
The following tables provide the information of the literary and cultural competitions.
Participation of Students In Annual Literary And Cultural Competitions

Year Names of the Events
No. of
students
Participated
No. of
students
Won the
prizes

2010-11
RANGOLI, ESSAY WRITING,
TELUGU &
ENGLISH,ANTYAKSHARI,SONGS,
MEHANDHI,MIMCRY,
MONOACTION, TRESURE HUNT
135
I Prize :14
II Pirze :14
2011-12
RANGOLI, ESSAY WRITING,
TELUGU &
ENGLISH,ANTYAKSHARI,SONGS,
MEHANDHI,MIMCRY,
MONOACTION
160
I Prize :18
II Pirze :18
2012-13
RANGOLI, ESSAY WRITING,
TELUGU,ANTYAKSHARI, SONGS,
MEHANDHI,MIMCRY,
MONOACTION, TRESURE HUNT
220
I Prize :18
II Pirze :18



5.3.2 Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-curricular,
extracurricular and activities at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National
/ International, etc. for the previous four years.
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Co-curricular
a) Participation of Students In Paper Presentations





b) Participation of Students in Poster Presentations, Technical Exhibition,
Technical Quiz
Activity
No. of Students No. of Students
Participated Won the Prizes



Poster Presentations 50 4

Technical Exhibition 28 4

Technical Quiz 35 2


Extra Curricular Activities

Year Branch Activity
No. of Students
Participated
No. of Students
Won the Prizes
2009-10
CE
Paper
Presentation
20 5
EEE 15 5
ME 18 8
ECE 16 6
CSE 20 3
2010-11
CE
Paper
Presentation
20 6
EEE 15 6
ME 12 6
ECE 18 8
CSE 20 2
2011-12
CE
Paper
Presentation
25 5
EEE 16 5
ME 16 6
ECE 30 15
CSE 12 11
2012-13
CE
Paper
Presentation
15 6
EEE 12 3
ME 10 6
ECE 12 5
CSE 15 6
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Year Event
No. of students
participated
Prizes Won
2010-11
VolleyBall 20 Winners
Table Tennis 10 Runners
Volley Ball [Women] 10 Winners
Table Tennis [Women] 4 Runners
Basket Ball 5 Runners
Volley Ball 15 Winners
2011-12
Volley Ball 15 Runners
Table Tennis [Women] 10 Winners
Basket Ball 20 Winners
Table Tennis [Women] 20 Winners
Ball Badminton 5 Runners
Table Tennis [Women] 6 Winners
Volley Ball [Women] 6 Winners
2011-12
Volley Ball 8 Runners
Table Tennis 6 Winners
Basket Ball 6 Winners
Table Tennis [Women] 8 Winners
Ball Badminton 10 Runners
Table Tennis [Women] 8 Winners
Volley Ball [Women] 20 Winners


5.3.3 How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its graduates
and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the institutional
provisions?
The Exit feedback is taken from all the outgoing students every year seeking their
opinion on the instructions and delivery, infrastructural facilities, library facilities,
computing facilities, games & sports facilities, training facilities, support to placement
activity, etc. The feedback of the students is compiled and all the suggestions made by
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the students are taking into consideration for effective improvements.

The employers of the organizations are requested to give their feedback on the
performance of the Alumni of this college employed in their organizations and this
feedback is utilized to modify their methodology of teaching to suit industrial needs.

5.3.4 How does the college involve and encourage students to publish materials
like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other material? List the
publications / materials brought out by the students during the previous four
academic sessions.

Each department brings out quarterly / half yearly department newsletters
providing information with regards to the achievements and other activities of
the department and also provide opportunities to students and faculty to
communicate the latest developments in science and technology and also
their opinions in the form of articles as follows;

Students are given the required motivation and conceptual help for preparing
technical papers at National level paper contests and financial support is
provided as per norms.

Technolight, A semi-annual newsletter is published by the college depicting
the activities and achievements and the latest amendments in regulations.

Department encourage the students to prepare and display the working
models during Departmental Association Day Celebrations and Engineers
Day Celebrations.

5.3.5 Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details
on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.

YES.

The following are the Student Associations of the different departments of the
college.

CIVIL: CEBIDS

EEE : ELAN
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ME :MECHNOMICZ

ECE : ESPICE

CSE : FACE

MBA : DAM

The executive committees of these associations comprise President from final year,
Vice-President from pre-final year, Secretary from first or second year and Treasurer
from third year. The associations conduct the activities under the guidance of the
faculty representatives.

The following are the activities generally undertaken by the departmental
associations

1. Expert Lecture
2. Technical Talk
3. Technical Quiz
4. General Quiz
5. Aptitude Test
6. Workshop
7. Group Discussion
8. Essay Writing
9. Cultural events


5.3.6 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them.

Taking cognizance of important role of students in different academic and
administrative activities, students are nominated as members of various committees.

Academic Bodies

Class Monitoring Committee
Library Committee

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Administrative Bodies

Anti Ragging committee Women Grievance Redress Committee o Hostel
Committee
Canteen Committee
Engineers day, Technical Fest, Annual Sports and College day
committees.
Student chapters of CSI etc


It is also proposed to include student representatives in Student Welfare Committee.
Student members represent the various issues and present their ideas at the respective
committee meetings. Their suggestions are given due importance in arriving at
decisions. The involvement of students in these creates better understanding between
the administration and students, further brings to lights the time of thinking of the
administration on college matters.

5.3.7 How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumni and former
faculty of the Institution.

a) Network with the Alumni:
The members of college administration and the senior faculty of all the
departments participate in the annual or semi-annual alumni meetings on
invitation and seek their advice and support for the development of the institution.

The college appoints one of the alumni as a member of College Governing Body.

The departments seek the opinion / suggestions of alumni on various
developmental activities by sending mails to them and requesting them to fill the
pro forma supplied in this regard.

An alumni portal is created in the college website for better interaction between
the college and alumni.



b) Network with the Former Faculty Members:
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This college is happy that the faculty who left the college maintain good support
and cherish their association with this college and they are invited to all the important
functions of the college, further they respond favorably to the academic activities to
which they are invited. The department invites the former senior faculty to deliver guest
lectures and also to extend their expertise in Research and Development.












































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CRITERION VI

GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the Institution and enumerate on how the
mission statement defines the institutions distinctive characteristics in terms of
addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve, institutions
traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?

Vision
To be a premier Institute in the country and in region for the study of Engineering,
Technology and Management through maintaining high academic standards and
teaching quality that promotes the analytical thinking and independent judgement
necessary to function responsibly in a globalized society

Mission
To be a world class Institute, achieving excellence in teaching, research and
consultancy in cutting edge areas and be engaged in the service of society in promoting
continued engineering, technical and management education.

Distinctive characteristics of the college

Readiness to provide infrastructural facilities and learning resources.

Provision of motivating working conditions and motivational incentives
Organization of training programmes to unemployed youth.

Sensitizing the surrounding public on health and integrity issues.







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Vision for the future:
Long Term Goals
1. To forge strong alliances with National and International
organizations for academic and R&D activities in thrust areas of
Engineering, Technology, and Management.
2. To reach the pinnacles through continuous nurturing and updating of
intellectual skills, stimulate the qualitative teaching and learning practice.
3. To establish the Deemed to be University in near future in the
field of Engineering & Technology with the expertise having enormous
experience in respective fields.

Short Term Goals

1. Improving teaching learning processes that best reflect the current and
future requirements of engineering profession at UG and PG levels
2. Academic support to weak students
3. Faculty and Staff Development
4. Create R & D and Innovation Culture at both UG and PG levels and
enhance activities related to R & D, Consultancy and academic products
5. Introduction of Best practices through academic and non-academic reforms
6. Enhancing industry Institute and Alumni Interaction
7. Nurturing PG students for teaching profession
8. Establishing Entrepreneurship, Business Information processing Cell and
Incubation Centre to harbor budding entrepreneurs and innovators
Quality Policy

AEC is committed to provide consistent quality education and training students in
the field of Engineering and Technology to achieve International recognition for its
contribution in the field of Engineering and Technology with 13 Years of enriched
experience in the arena of Education to achieve the Quality Objectives, continuous
monitoring evaluation.

6.1.2 What is the role of top management, Principal and Faculty in design and
implementation of its quality policy and plans?

Since the current stage of Global education life is rapidly evolving and changing
the management of the institution taking initiation in adapting modern management
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approach to achieve the best possible performance. Towards the development of acts of
education (teaching & learning processes and evaluation) the Head of the
institution is empowered to take necessary steps like:
Maintaining the Serene atmosphere provided, to enhance the educational content
like knowledge, skills and human values.
Setting up internal procedures to achieve quality performance.
Determining goals and monitoring improvement through providing objective
measurements.
Keen on the participation of faculty members in conferences and seminars
both National and International level
Adoption of quality performance by using modern methods and systems of
work.
Enhancing the interest in faculty by inculcating an environment to take up
more and more R&D activities for the betterment of all the beneficiaries, for
which the college is providing very strong R&D support from AICTE


6.1.3 What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring :

The policy statements and action plans for the fulfillment of the statedmission
formulation of action plans for all operations and incorporation of the same into
the institutional strategic plan
Interaction with stakeholders
Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis, research inputs
and consultations with the stakeholders
Reinforcing the culture of excellence
Champion organizational change

Management maintains transparency in communicating the intent of the
organization to all its employees through clarity in authority and delegation to
achieve positive results in improving performance of the institution through the
following acts.

Frequent Meeting of respective Academic/Admission Bodies as per
the requirement.
Equality of opportunity among the staff.
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Creating intellectual and ethical values.
Creating healthy organizational culture and climate through flexible
organizational structures.
Clarity in roles at each level along with job content and responsibility
Participative style mechanism. Of management through proper
decentralization
Active participation of faculty members in scientific and professional
associations through continuous monitoring.
Making the employees a part in taking operational decisions.
Provide code of conduct for teachers with regard to work schedule
Directing the staff and students by creating a new paradigm of participatory
and co-operative education for academic excellence.
Preparation of Institution Manuals to the staff and students for clarity on
educational content along with rules and regulations in the governance of the
college.
Sound mechanism of reward system, harmonious relations and resolving conflicts
at all levels through the stakeholder's involvement.
Principal is the sole authority to motivate and carrying out a challenging
assignment

6.1.4 What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor and evaluate
policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation and improvement
from time to time?
Frequent staff meetings at department level and Heads meeting at
institution level along with representatives of various committees for effective and
timely feedback. For effective implementation of policies and plans, the institute
emphasizes on the reviews made by various committees constituted by involving
Faculty are given
Academic Advisory Committee
Placement Cell
Student Counseling Mentoring
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
Industry Institute Partnership Cell
Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC)
Class Review Committee
Disciplinary Committee
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Grievance Redressal Committee
Alumni Association
Parents Association
Student welfare Committee
Accounts and Finance
Anti- Ragging Committee

6.1.5 Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by the top
management?

The Management and Principal ensure harmonious climate of human
relations between students, faculty members, and departmental heads leadership
to enhance higher efficiency. The top management ensures great emphasis on
Motivation for research and professional progression with a degree of liberty and also
other acts of academics like:
Pooling their academic resources, best expertise and experiences.
Assigning faculty on various partnership and collaboration
activities with
Industries and overseas & Indian education institutions as well.
Giving autonomy to participate in R & D activities.
Freedom of action and decisions
Freedom of research and publication
Freedom of thought and expression

6.1.6 How does the college groom leadership at various levels?

the policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of the stated
mission formulation of action plans for all operations and
incorporation of the same into the institutional strategic plan
Interaction with stakeholders
Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis,
research inputs
and consultations with the stakeholders
Reinforcing the culture of excellence
Champion organizational change
The Management maintains transparency in communicating the intent of the
organization to all its employees through clarity in authority and delegation to achieve
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positive results in improving performance of the institution through the meetings as
per requirements, giving equal opportunity to the staff, Creating intellectual, moral
and ethical values and creating healthy organizational structure, Clarity in role at
each level, proper decentralization mechanism, Active participation and continuous
monitoring in professional and scientific associations.

6.1.7 How does the college delegate authority and provide operational autonomy
to the departments / units of the institution and work to decentralize
governance system?
The Institution believes in enhancing quality of education and inspires the
employees by creating trusting environment through the following:
Democratic participation.
Transparency and accountability.
Sharing and caring.
Decentralisation of authority and responsibility.
Empowering HODs to plan and execute and giving free hand to their
subordinates in ensuring institutional development, educational system
development and student & community development.
Financial autonomy to all Departmental heads in operational expenses and
contingencies for departmental requirements through approval from principal.


6.1.8 Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If
yes, indicate the levels of participative management.
Yes, the College promotes a culture of participative management by involving the
entire faculty
To participate for the assessment of NAAC and for the preparation of self-
study report (SSR) and departmental profile.
To work for various NBA Committees.
To take part in college -local community relationship.

To interact with human resources, research, communitys productivity and
service.
To take part in college level activities.
To have rapport with management to solve problems of team work in smooth
flow of information and encourage individuals to express their views(as part of
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integration of employees).
To coordinate with many committees at institute level under different
designations like Chief Coordinators, Conveners etc.

6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1 Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How is it
developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes, the institution has a formally stated quality policy. It is deployed and
reviewed by the information gathered from students, parents, various committee on
teaching learning process and development of the institution are acknowledged for
further improvement of the performance and decision making.

6.2.2 Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so, give the
aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.

Yes, a perspective plan is chalked out annually. It is based on the instructions
from Head of institution after meeting all concerned heads of various departments
and committees at institution level along with individual proposal at faculty level being
considered for an agenda point for discussion at annual governing body meeting. The
same will be reviewed periodically throughout academic year in measuring
efficiency. The aspects to be included in the plan will be drawn from the following
committee recommendations with priority.
Academic Advisory Committee.
Placement Cell.
Administration Committee.
Student Counseling Mentoring.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC).
Industry Institute Partnership Cell.
Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC).
Class Review Committee.
Disciplinary Committee.
Grievance Redressal Committee.
Alumni Association.
Parents Association.
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Student welfare Committee.
Accounts and Finance.
External & Internal audit.
Anti- Ragging Committee.
6.2.3 Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making
processes.



6.2.4 Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of the
institution for each of the following
Teaching & Learning
Research&Development
Community engagement
Human resourcemanagement
Industry interaction
Teaching & Learning:

Provision of State-of-the art learning resources in Central Library & Information
Centre and department libraries.
Ergonomically designed classrooms with networking facility
Provision of e-classrooms
Development of student support material
Organisation of Remedial classes
Delivery of Add-on-courses
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Conduct of pre-placement training classes and campus connect programmes
Conduct of GATE coaching classes
Structured course files and lab manuals on all courses
Academic audit
Continuous improvement of resources
Research & Development

Formulation Research committee
Allocation of budget for in house R & D
Incentives and rewards for publications/ research
Financial assistance to students for model buildings


Community Engagement
Blood Donation camps
Free medical camps
Training unemployed rural youth
Development of softwares to schools and organization
Development of models for facilitating learning in schools


Human Resource Management
Transparent policy document
Transparent and scientific way of selections
Imparting related training
Formulation and communication of policies of the college
Support for academic advancement
Systematic performance appraisal system and guidance to the people concerned
Systematic promotion policies
Democratic way of administration with participative management

Industry interaction
Organization of industrial tours
Deputing faculty and staff for industrial training
Guest lectures by the experts from industry



6.2.5 How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate information (from
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feedback and personal contacts etc.) is available for the top management and the
stakeholders, to review the activities of the institution?

The principal as the Head of the institution ensure that adequate information
(from feedback and personal contacts etc.) to review the activities of the institution
through
Collecting Feedback from students periodically.
Taking feedback and suggestions from Parents on periodical basis(
through parents Meet).
Continuous process of counseling and mentoring mechanism by
faculty coordinators.
Periodical meetings with class review committee members.
Alumni association recommendations to enhance the academic
excellence.
Monitoring student learning experience outside classroom with sustained
learner care throughout the year.
Assessment through Well-designed evaluation on the
effectiveness of teaching and measuring the learning outcomes of the
students.


6.2.6 How does the management encourage and support involvement of the staff
in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional processes?

ANURAG plays a very vital role in bringing up the faculty forward to initiate and
gain competitive edge through their personal involvement in many activities like
Heading various committees at college level.
Empowering the individual faculty through decentralized
functioning mechanism.
Great level of flexibility in academic administration to make decisions
Designing the required training programs
Preparing annual plans
Freedom of action and decision
Freedom of thought and expression
Idea generation and implementation

6.2.7 Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council in the last year
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and the status of implementation of such resolutions.

a) Governing Body Meeting Resolutions & Action Takens for the last year





Agenda No.



Governing Body Minutes



Action Taken
1. All the members of the BoG
welcomed the new chairman for BoG,
Dr. K.V.Ragahvan, Former Director,
IICT and Former Chairman, RAC,
DRDO, New Delhi, Distinguished
Professor, Indian National Academy of
Engineering, IICT, Hyderabad.


2 Confirmation of Miniutes of BOG
Meeting held on30-03-2013
Approved
3 The Secretary / Correspondent of the
Society Dr.P.Rajeswar Reddy has
informed all the members that the
AICTEs Extension of Approval (EOA)
is obtained for the academic year
2013-14. He briefed the members
about the new courses introduced,
courses applied for variation in intake
and withdrawal of certain courses in
shift I and/or shift II.
Noted
4
The principal informed the members
that the application for autonomous
status was sent to UGC through
affiliating university JNTU, Hyderabad
on 23-04-2013.

Application form is send to
UGC through affiliated
university JNTUH on
23.04.2013.
It is necessary to have a
follow-up with UGC to
complete the autonomous
inspection as early as
possible which is
mandatory for TEQIP-II
project.
5
The expenditure-incurred upto 15-06-
2013 is given below against the
sanctioned amount Rs.40.00 Lakhs.

Component wise
expenditure(PG
Assistantship, FSD, EII,
IMCE, IIR, ASWS, IOC)
incurred is 36.42 lakhs up
to 15.06.2013
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6 Starting of new programs in UG,PG
and Diploma
AICTEs EOA is
obtained for new
courses.
Two PG courses
WT and WMC are
sanctioned.
Two Diploma
courses DCE, DMin
are sanctioned.
One UG course
B.Tech (Mining) with
an Initial Intake of
60 is sanctioned.
In the view of the prevailing
situations in A.P., it is
decided to request affiliating
University, JNTUH, for
reduction in the sanctioned
intake in B.Tech (Mining)
from 60 to 0, B.tech(ECE)
from 240 to 120,
B.Tech(CSE) from 240 to
120 and B.Tech(Mech) from
180 to 120.
7 The principal presented the academic
results (Annexure- I) of Institution for
the academic year 2012-13.


8 The Principal informed the members
that the UGC Expert Committee
visited the Institution during 18-
19
th
Nov 2013 for the grant of
autonomy. On 25-01-2014, the orders
are received from UGC, New Delhi,
granting autonomy for six year with
effect from academic year 2014-15.
He also informed the members that
the orders from affiliating university,
JNTUH, are yet to be received.


10 NBA Status SAR for four UG
programmes is submitted
and NBA expert committee
visited the Institution during
28-30
th
Dec 2013.
11 NAAC Accreditation status The Principal informed the
members that the
application for Letter of
Intent (LOI) is submitted to
NAAC on 25-11-2013. The
office of NAAC issued the
LOI on 31-12-2013 and
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directed to submit SSR on
or before 5 months from the
date of issue of LOI. The
SSR is under preparation.
The tentative deadline for
completion of SSR is 15-03-
2014.

b) CAC Meeting Resolutions & Action Takens for the last year


Agenda No.
College Academic
Committee Meeting
Minutes Action Taken
1
Discussion about the
smooth functioning of
Boys& Girls hostels
reg.

the committee members
arrange beds, provision
for washing the clothes,
drying the clothes, toilets
in the hostels
2
Discussion on
mentoring of I B. Tech
students- reg.
Prinicipal asked all the
mentors(facultymembers)
to work effectively and
consciously in shaping
the students as future
responsible engineers.

3
Discussion on UGC
Expert Committee
observations -reg.
The Committee has
nodded positively for the
issues of FDP organized
and participated by the
faculties of the Institute.


6.2.8 Does the affiliating university make a provision for according the status of
autonomy to an affiliated institution? If yes, what are the efforts made by the
institution in obtaining autonomy?
Yes there is provision by the affiliating university to proceed for the autonomy
according to the status of the institution.AEC got autonomous status.



6.2.9 How does the institution ensure that grievances/complaints are promptly
attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyze the nature
of grievances for promoting better stakeholder relationship?
For promoting better stakeholder relationship the institution has set up a
grievance redressal cell to attend each and every complaint. The Institution
immediately addresses the problems and solves effectively.
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The Cell is constituted by involving the following members.
1. Principal
2. Administrative Officer
3. All Head of the Departments
4. Faculty coordinator from concerned department
5. Class representative/Girls Representative
6. Class Toppers from both boys and girls.



6.2.10 During the last four years, had there been any instances of court cases filed
by and against the institute? Provide details on the issues and decisions of the
courts on these?

N I L-

6.2.11 Does the Institution have a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance? If yes, what was the outcome and response of the
institution to such an effort?

College obtains student feed back twice in a semester one in the middle of the
semester and the second one shall be taken at the end of Semester/Year. In addition,
class monitoring committees will provide feedback. After thorough analysis, the head of
the department provides his views and suggestions and communicates the same to the
concerned faculty. Needed support and guidance will be provided by senior faculty. The
improvement of the performance of that faculty will be monitored through subsequent
feedback.

The institute has a clearly set and defined mechanism of obtaining the feedback
from the students to improve the performance and quality of the institutional provisions.
The advisory committee consisting of the senior teachers collects the exit level feedback
from the graduates regarding learning processes. The inputs obtained from them and
further used to improvise the overall competency of the students for employability.




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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1 What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the professional
development of its teaching and non teaching staff?

The institution is making its efforts for the professional development of the
teaching and non-teaching staff through
Creating a mechanism for developing capabilities and skills for achieving
higher quality and excellence.
Enabling staff to make use of the latest equipment through awareness
programmes.
Providing access to the Internet, audio-visual aids, software packages etc., as
required.
Facilitating institutional infrastructure, learning resources for effective
curriculam transaction.
Enabling the staff to attend academic activities like workshops,
conferences,overseas collaborations and seminars to enrich the learning
ambience.
Multi-factorial transaction involving teachers, students, learning resources,training
centres, institutional links and academic management.
Conducting programmes on
Managing stress at work.
Computer awareness program.
Office automation and accounts.
Motivation and team work.
Time Management.
Work life balance etc.



6.3.2 What are the strategies adopted by the institution for faculty empowerment
through training, retraining and motivating the employees for the roles and
responsibility they perform?

The Head of the Institution is the sole authority to motivate and empower the
faculty to create a sense of direction and positive awareness to the departments
on the teaching learning processes by
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Making creative reforms in the system to reach excellence.
Promoting use of modern technology
Creating sense of belongingness among the faculty and students.
Using modern tools
Creating intellectual and ethical values.
Establishing a mechanism for individual presentations at
department level.
Imparting purposeful and well directed workshops and training to
employees at work to create a healthy and positive environment.
Pooling their academic resources best expertise and experiences.

6.3.3 Provide details on the performance appraisal system of the staff to evaluate
and ensure that information on multiple activities is appropriately captured and
considered for better appraisal.

Performance appraisal:

Performance Appraisal of the faculty is done with reward parameters to be
considered for performance appraisal.

Feedback
o Examination results
o Teachers attitude commitment and achievement with regard to his non
teaching duties
Peer analysis and review of performance after six months / one year through
written test and interview for Assistant Professors
Consultancy
o R & D which also includes publication of papers, books, etc.
o The mandatory presentations he gives to his colleagues after his return
from attending that programme. At the end of every semester, every
teacher has to submit a self-appraisal form.

6.3.4 What is the outcome of the review of the performance appraisal reports by
the management and the major decisions taken? How are they communicated to
the appropriate stakeholders?

Review of the performance appraisal by Principal for suitable suggestions and
remedial suggestion.

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Review of the reports and following actions by the CAC .

Communication to concerned Faculty, providing support and guidance for
improvement.

Guidance to Junior Faculty by the expert senior faculty of the same subject.

The recommendations of CAC on performance appraisal will be submitted to
board of governors through Governing Body meeting.

6.3.5 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?
The College Management provides the following welfare activities to the staff:
Transport facility
Health care
Provident Fund
Reprographic facility
The welfare activities to the students
Canteen

6.3.6 What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and retaining
eminent faculty?

AEC is providing all the facilities like fair reward system and timely
promotions including the sixth pay salary as per the AICTE norms to retain the eminent
faculty.


6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and efficient use of
available financial resources?
The institution always monitors the effective and efficient use of available
financial resources for the infrastructural development and teaching learning
process. Each and every paisa spent for the development is properly auditable by the
charted accountant.


6.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for internal and external audit? When
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was the last audit done and what are the major audit objections? Provide the
details on compliance.

The College has a governing body consisting of university AICTE nominee,
management representatives and other industry and Academic members. Every
financial year budget proposals including Income & Expenditure details being
submitted by the college to the governing body for their consideration and approval.
The proposals are made on different heads such as laboratory
equipment, library expenses, salary payments, building infrastructure and other
maintenance expenses. In the college there is an internal (Financial Committee)
constituted which would examine the budget proposals, receipts, bills and vouchers
and supporting documents for the year. The financial committee after the
scrutiny they may advice concerned departments for any possible improvement.
External:

The College has submitted the budget proposals and income & expenditure
statements to the Audit Committee for the necessary audit. External Audit Committee
has visited the college for the purpose of verification of income & expenditure
details and committee will authorize the income & expenditure account for that
particular financial year.
Last audit:2013

Audit Objections:
No

6.4.3 What are the major sources of institutional receipts/funding and how is the
deficit managed? Provide audited income and expenditure statement of academic
and administrative activities of the previous four years and the reserve fund /
corpus available with Institutions, if any.

Major Sources of Income :

Tuition fee
Term Loan from Banks and
Promoter Society

Details 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10

Income 94272450 94516881 91920950 72587953

Academic Expenses 46790522 42395503 36674632 35448944
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Administrative
Expenses 47481928 52121378 55246318 37139009




6.4.4 Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing additional
funding and the utilization of the same (if any).

NIL

6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)

6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

a) Has the institution established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC)? If yes, what is the institutional policy with regard to quality
assurance and how has it contributed in institutionalizing the quality
assurance processes?
The policy of the institution quality assurance is Maintain good discipline
Regular conduct of class work and laboratory work. Regular check on students
attendance Check on student programme


b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
management/ authorities for implementation and how many of them
were actually implemented?

All the above decision as furnished in 6.5.1 are approved by the management
and all are being implemented in the institution.

c. Does the IQAC have external members on its committee? If so, mention
any significant contribution made by them.

There are 3 external members on the committee. They have advised the job
market requirements and this aspect is properly addressed.

d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning of
the IQAC?

Alumni and students are continuously in touch with IQAC and
share the requirements of the students which will be addressed properly.

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e. How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?

IQAC Communicates with faculty and students through Heads of the
Departments. All the Heads are members of IQAC.


6.5.2 Does the institution have an integrated framework for Quality assurance of
the academic and administrative activities? If yes, give details on its
operationalization.

All the academic bodies of the institution interact with IQAC. The advice of IQAC
are followed and implemented carefully.

6.5.3 Does the institution provide training to its staff for effective implementation
of the Quality assurance procedures? If yes, give details enumerating its impact.

Faculty is exposed to latest requirements.
Job Challenges.
Orientation of students proficiency.
Successful career achievements.

Yes, The institutions takes all the care to maintain quality assurance to its
staff. The following steps are adopted for the benefit of students and faculty.
(1) Faculty is sponsored to get trained in programmes
a) Orientation and Refresher Prgorammes.
b) Summer and Winter Programmes conducted by University Colleges,
NITs and IITs.
c) Faculty is sponsored to get trained in programmes.
(2) Encouraged to participate in conferences and seminars.,
(3) Encouraged to apply for AICTE Projects.
6.5.4 Does the institution undertake Academic Audit or other external review of
the academic provisions? If yes, how are the outcomes used to improve the
institutional activities?

Academic audit is a regular feature in for continuous monitoring of the students
academic performance over and above the college, the affiliating university
regularly monitors the performance regularly.
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Monthly students attendance.
Internal Exam Marks.
Semester Internal Marks.
Semester and exam marks.
Semester wise performance and comparison with other University
affiliated colleges.
Every Year Conferences and Seminars organized by the Institution as
students participating in other institutions.
As measure of our good academic practices, the institution is accredited by NBA,
New Delhi.


6.5.5 How are the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality assurance agencies/ regulatory
authorities?

During placement of students by external recruiting agencies like MNCs, the
requirements of the recruitment companies is provided to the students in the form
of training and other practices. Academic Performance in the form of cut-off marks for
being eligible for interview is maintained and students are regularly advised
about the requirements.
The above required classes maintained by Senior Faculty, Heads of Departments
and Principal. The composition of IQAC is furnished.

6.5.6 What institutional mechanisms are in place to continuously review the
teaching learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies of
operations and outcome?
The institution regularly collects students feedback and evaluates the teaching
ability of faculty and advices as their shortcomings.
Head of the department separately evaluates the performance of the
faculty.
Performance of the students is continuously evaluated by the dept.
Separate students counseling is available which advices each students
separately.
Detailed subject-wise lecture notes are required to be prepared by
each faculty members.
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Lab manuals are prepared by the institution and made available to the
student.


6.5.7 How does the institution communicate its quality assurance policies,
mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and external stakeholders?
The institution has always sincerely and seriously interested to communicate its
quality assurance policies, mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal
stakeholders at regular intervals and is preparing to prove its planning and outcome
worthwhile by the review by the external peer team like NAAC. Any other relevant
information regarding Governance Leadership and Management which the college
would like to include. Any other relevant information regarding Governance Leadership
and Management which the college would like to include. The institution is very
sincere and committed to provide state of the art facilities and cutting edge
technologies. The dedicated services rendered by the management, faculty, staff and
students will make this institution a strong learning and resource centre.



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CRITERION VII

7.1 Environment Consciousness

7.1.1 Does the Institute conduct a Green Audit of its campus and facilities?

There is no formal conducting of green audit in the Institution but the Institution is
eco friendly. Lot of efforts are put to make the campus eco friendly.

7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus eco-
friendly?
Energy conservation
Use of renewable energy
Water harvesting
Efforts for Carbon neutrality
Plantation
Hazardous waste management
e-waste management
The college campus is totally eco friendly. For this the management, the
head of the institution and the whole staff is committed and because of their commitment
and involvement, the campus can claim to be the first polythene/plastic free
zone. apart from this, the institution has taken several other steps/initiatives to make the
campus eco-friendly:

Energy Conservation: The college campus is overly warm and overly cold. The class
rooms are so airy and well ventilated with natural lighting and they rarely need any
artificial lighting. The College has installed and commissioned solar lights in the
campus.

Water harvesting: The college is having four bores at different locations to raise the
water table. The pipe can also guide the water into an existing well or body of water.
Doing this allows the groundwater supply to recharge, which means that the benefit
is long term. The more people in the village or community do this, the more effective will
be the result.
Efforts for Carbon neutrality: The college at its own level has taken up certain
preventive measures to check the emission of carbon dioxide. The college has
made arrangements for the parking of the vehicles of the students in the college ground.
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This helps in keeping the campus as much as possible clean. The dead leaves and the
waste papers are not allowed to be put on fire.The leaves are buried in the soil itself and
the papers are disposed off.
Plantation: The campus is located in green serne atmosphere. The NSS unit organized
tree plantation , cleanliness awareness activities. The Campus is Green and Clean. A
lot of expenditure is incurred to keep the environment green. For this the college support
staff is working very whole heartedly. The College is planting trees every year with the
help of the students and staff.

Hazardous waste management / e-waste management: The college has an
agreement with the company which charges very nominally and in turn they visit the
campus once or twice a week to collect the waste from the science laboratories. There is
a firm which visits the campus to collect the e-waste.

7.2 Innovations
7.2.1 Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years which
have created a positive impact on the functioning of the college.

In its quest for excellence, the institution seeks continuous innovation for quality
assurance in academic programmes & administration. Some of the mechanisms adopted
are:

Academic system

Handouts with lecture plan, assignment questions, useful Uniform Resource
Locators (URL) and references are distributed to the students in the beginning of
the semester.
Content Preparation is made available to all the students.

Close monitoring of course coverage through frequent meetings of HODs with
faculty members. Class Monitoring committee meetings are held thrice in a
semester.

Regular monitoring of academic activities through College Academic
Committee(CAC).

Periodic collection of student feedback on individual subject teachers. Review of
performance of teachers based on feedback and pass percentage of students at
university examinations. Faculty counselors for every 20 students.

Remedial classes, bridge courses to make up for weak and slow learners.
Inviting experienced academia from reputed institutions and industry experts for
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delivering guest lectures.

Incentives for those carrying out research and publishing papers/participating in
Seminars/Conferences.
Parents are informed about the performance of students after every internal
examination. The attendance of students is closely monitored and informed to
parents once in a fortnight. Also the performance of the students in the internal
examination is communicated to parents. The students are counseled in this
regard.

Administrative system:

Administrative mechanisms are in place for quality assurances are:

An exclusive Examination Section headed by Officer-In-charge Examination is
constituted.

Training and Placement Cell takes care of all the aspects related to placements.

Grievance redress cell to attend to the problems of students.

College administration is run through Management, Director, Principal, Deans,
HODs and Professors. All decisions are implemented after a consensus is arrived
at.

There is a centralized research committee with Director, Principal and Dean R &
D to overview all R & D related activities at departmental and institutional level.

Maintenance of all buildings and other infrastructure is entrusted to maintenance
team.

Physical director and Assistant Physical director attend to all sports activities of
boys and girls.

Technicians in all departments look after the repair and maintenance of lab
equipment under the supervision of the teaching staff.

HOD and senior faculty of each Department look after the teaching and learning
process in each Department

Student evaluation

At college level two online tests and two descriptive tests in a semester are
conducted for internal evaluation. The university conducts the end semester
examination. Evaluation procedure & guidelines are given to the staff for both theory &
practical exams. Corrected answer scripts of internal exam are shown to the students.
Students are encouraged to express their doubts and irregularities observed, if any, in
the evaluation, to the notice of concerned teachers, and to HOD, if necessary. The
results are monitored by the HOD.
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National Events

Several state level events like seminars, workshops are conducted for students
and faculty in order to update their knowledge. The institute conducts a technical and
cultural festival called Anurag Vista every year, in which the students from all
engineering colleges from the entire state participate to exhibit their talents in various
technical, cultural and sports & games events

Modern ICT Tools

For effective teaching-learning process, e - content, modern ICT tools such as
LCD projector, etc. are used.

Installation of latest configuration computers

The systems with old configuration were replaced by the systems with latest
configuration. Majority of the computers are P IV with Dual Core processors.

Engineers day celebrations

The institute conducts Engineers Day Celebrations every year on 15th
September since its inception. On this day, the students exhibit their creative technical
exhibits. These exhibits are evaluated by judges from other institutions. This event
increases innovative capabilities of budding engineers.

Students exposure to industries

The students go on frequent visits to different industries related to their branch so
that they can observe the processes taking place there. This provides greater awareness
and clarity on the concepts and techniques they learn in the classrooms.

Continuing education and Industrial Internship

College organizes Guest Lectures by industry experts / eminent personalities on
latest technologies. Professional Society membership is made obligatory to all faculty
members of the college.

Industrial Visits and Industrial Training

Local Industrial Visits are arranged for II year students by obtaining permission
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from industries. III year students are permitted to set out for industrial tour.
Industrial Training is arranged for III year students during summer


7.3 Best Practices
7.3.1 Elaborate on any two best practices as per the annexed format (see
page .. ) which have contributed to the achievement of the Institutional Objectives
and/or contributed to the Quality improvement of the core activities of the college.
Even though the college has quite a number of healthy practices, two of them,
Faculty Motivation for Research and Students Motivation for Practical Skills deserve
special mention. There is a growing need for educational institutions to become more
accountable to the needs of the students and staff.

The institution lays special emphasis for implementing these practices. These, in
tandem with the Innovations mentioned earlier, have contributed, in a large measure, to
the achievement of the institutional objectives as well as improvement in the quality of
different activities of the college.

Best Practice - I

Title of the Practice: Faculty Motivation Sponsorship & Retention

Goal of this practice:

The Goal is to motivate the faculty for higher studies and to enhance their skills
and to retain them with special incentives.

The Process:

The College encourages the staff to pursue their Ph.D program, further retains
them with special incentives.

Impact of the practice:

Due to the great encouragement given by the Management, some of the staff
members were motivated to register for Ph.D programme and the special incentives and
facilities led to retention of the staff.



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Best Practice II

Title of the Practice: Students Motivation Practical Exposure
Goal of this practice:

The goal of this practice is to impart practical exposure to students in upcoming
technologies by conducting workshops, guest lectures and seminars by internal and
external academicians / industrialists and through industrial visits.
The Process:
The students are expected to be strong in academics and have good industrial
exposure. They are encouraged to update their knowledge with latest developments in
their respective disciplines and allied subjects.
In addition to good academic record, the students need to develop leadership
qualities and good communication skills and soft skills. In this aspect, eminent
personalities from various reputed institutes and industries are invited to impart the
practical exposure to the students through workshops, seminars, guest lectures, etc.
Also, the students are motivated to share their ideas with the outside world by
presenting their research work in National / International conferences.
The students are monitored regularly by class monitoring committees and conduct of
remedial classes where necessary. Regular tests on GATE and other competitive exams
are conducted by the college. To gain industrial knowledge, the students are encouraged
to visit the industries.

Impact of the practice:
The morale of the students is thus increased due to the expertise training and
measures taken by the college. There is recognition and appreciation by the students
and they are actively participating in all the programs. As the outcome, discernible
positive change has been observed in them.

Contact Details

Name of the Principal: Dr. M.V.Siva Prsad
Name of the Institution: Anurag Engineering College
Mandal: Kodad, Pin Code: 508206.
Phone (O) : 08683-272555, Fax: 08683-272454
Website:www.anurag.ac.in
E-mail:principal@anurag.ac.in
Mobile: 9553122270
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PART - D

Evaluation Report of
The Departments

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Evaluative Report of the Department

1. Name of the department : Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2. Year of Establishment : 2002
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
UG B-Tech Electrical & Electronics Engineering
PG M-Tech
Power Electronics & Electric Drives

Electrical Power systems

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Electronic devices & circuits ECE
2 Fluid mechanics &Hydraulic machines ME
3 Mathematics-III Humanities & Science
4 Fluid Mechanics &Hydraulic Machines Lab ME
5 Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab ECE
6 Swiching Theory & Logic Design ECE
7 Electronic Circuits ECE
8 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis MBA
9 IC Applications ECE
10 Management Science MBA
11 Microprocessor & Microcontioller ECE
12 Environmental Studies Humanities & Science
13 Advanced English Communication Skills Lab Humanities & Science
14 Microprocessor &Microcontioller Lab ECE
15 Mathematics Methods Humanities & Science
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16 English Humanities & Science
17 Engineering Physics Humanities & Science
18 Mathematics-I Humanities & Science
19 Computer Programming and Data Structure CSE
20 Computer Programming Lab CSE
21 Engineering Drawing ME
22 Engineering Chemistry Humanities & Science
23
Engineering Physics & Engineering Chemistry
Lab
Humanities & Science
24 Engineering Workshop / IT Workshop ME
25 English Language Communication Skills Lab Humanities & Science
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program) M.Tech(PG Program)
I Year Annual I Year Semester System
II Year Semester System II Year Semester System
III Year Semester System
IV Year Semester System

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1 Basic Electrical Engineering CSE
2 Basic Electrical Engineering ME
3 Basic Electrical Engineering CIVIL
4 Principles of Electrical Engineering ECE
5 Renewable Energy sources ME
6
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Lab ECE
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7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO


8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO


9. Number of Teaching posts:

Faculty Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 2
Associate Professors 5 5
Asst. Professors 26 26


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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1
Dr.G.Madhusudhan
Rao
Ph.D EEE PROFESSOR 21
2
Dr.J.Vishwanatha
Rao
Ph.D EEE PROFESSOR 15
3 S.Chandra Shekar M.Tech EEE ASSOC.PROF. 10
4 J.Srinivas Rao M.Tech EEE ASSOC.PROF. 6
5 T.Raghu M.Tech EEE ASSOC.PROF. 9
6 D.Pomya M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 5
7 T.Veerender M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 5
8 B.Srinivas M.Tech EEE ASSOC.PROF. 6.5
9 K.Rajani M.Tech EEE ASSOC.PROF. 5.5
10
N.Leela Jaya
Syamala
M.Tech EEE
ASST.PROF
2
11 B.Sreenu M.Tech EEE
ASST.PROF
3
12 S.Yesoda Krishna M.Tech EEE ASST. PROF 2
13 K.Venkateswarlu M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 6.5
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14 K.Ramesh M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
15 B.Veera Babu M.Tech EEE ASST. PROF 2
16 B.Prasanna Babu M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
17 B.Ravindra Naik M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
18 N.Laxmaiah M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
19 K.Mahesh M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 3
20 M.Saidulu M.Tech EEE ASST. PROF 4
21 M.Dinesh Kumar M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 1
22 J.Mithilesh Kumar M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 1
23 M.Venkatappaiah M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 1.5
24 O.Rama Krishna M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 3.5
25 P.Sathyander Kumar M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 4.5
26 N.Saida Rao M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 5
27 A.Suresh M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 5
28 Ch.Anusha M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 4
29 M.Sreenu M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 6
30 N.Pavan M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 3
31 K.Shivashanker M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
32 Y.Usharani M.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 2
33 D.Ramesh B.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 1
34
M.Chaitanya Krishna
Prasad
B.Tech EEE ASST.PROF 1


11. Listofseniorvisitingfaculty

S.No.
Name of the visiting
faculty
University/College Purpose
1 Prof. Sitarama Sharma AGI Power System Operation and
Control
2 Prof. N.L.V. Prasad VJIT SCADA Applications
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3 Dr.Zafrullakhan VJIT Special Machines

12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled (programmewise)
bytemporaryfaculty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
UG
NO
PG
NO


13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
UG B.Tech 1:15
PG M.Tech 1:12


14. Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned filled
System Administrators 01 01
Lab Assistants 05 05
Teaching Assistants 14 14


15. QualificationsofteachingfacultywithDSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D 2
MPhil

-
M.Tech 30
B.Tech 2


16. Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO


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17. Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal
grantsreceived.- NO


18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO


19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/international)
by faculty and students

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

Monographs

Chapter in Books

Books Edited

Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

Citation Index

SNIP

SJR

Impact factor

h-index

Journals
S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
T.Raghu
EEE
SEPIC Converter
based -Drive for
unipolar BLDC Motor
IJECE
S.Chandra sekhar
J.Srinivas Rao
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2
V.Achi Reddy
EEE
Power flow through
distributed power flow
controller by using D-
FACTS concept
IJETT
J.Srinivas Rao
S.Chandra sekhar
3
J.Srinivas Rao
EEE
Speed control of
PMSM by using
DSVM-DTC
Technique
IJETT S.Chandra sekhar
T.Raghu
4
T.Raghu
EEE
Simulation of
sensorless speed
control of induction
motor using APFO
Technique
IJCEE
J.Srinivas Rao
S.Chandra sekhar

5
Saida Rao Nerella
EEE
simulation of Buck-
Boost type unity
power pactor rectifier
with and with out
controlled switch
IJAIR
T.Raghu
N.Leela jaya
syamala
6

Rahim Mahammad

EEE
Desing and
simulation of 9-Level
Inverter fed Induction
Motor Drive
IJEEE

T.Raghu
7
S.Yashoda krishna
EEE
Regulation of three
phase IM by using
DC link Mesurement
IJAIR J.Dinesh ratnam
sayyed rajiya
begum
8
S.Chandra sekhar
EEE
Mitigation of Voltage
Flicker and Reduction
in THD by using
STATCOM
IJECE
J.Brahmmam
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M.Srinu

Conferences
S. no. Name of the author Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
J.Srinivas Rao
EEE
Sensorless speed control
of BLDC motors using G-
function
IJSAA
S.Chandra sekhar
T.Raghu


20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated

S No Yea
r
Project Name Customer Project
Value
Principal
Investigat
or
Associate
Investigators
1 201
2
33KV Sub
Station Layout
KODAD 100000 N. Saida
Rao
D. Pomya
2 201
1
Cable layouts Myhome
Cements
200000 S. Chandra
Sekhar
J. Srinivas Rao


21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees : ISTE
b) International Committees : -
c) Editorial Board : -

22. Student projects

a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme: 30%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: 70%

23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:





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Faculty:

S.NO Faculty name Awards/ Recognitions
1 S. Chandra sekhar Best teacher award in 2007
2 K. Rajani Best women counselor award in 2009

Students:
Academic Year 2012-13

S.No MONTH Workshop name Organized by Targeted
audience
1 FEBRUARY Recent trents in
Power Electronics
ANURAG IV EEE
2 FEBRUARY Power system
Operration &
Control
ANURAG III EEE
3 MARCH SCADA ANURAG IV EEE
Academic Year 2011-12
1 JAN Introduction to
MAT LAB
ANURAG IV EEE
2 FEB Renewable Energy
sources
ANURAG III EEE
3 MARCH FACTS ANURAG IV EEE
Academic Year 2010-11

1 NOV Advanced power
system protection
ANURAG III EEE & IV EEE
2 JUNE Fuzy Logic
Controllers
ANURAG IV EEE



Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals

Journals
S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
T.Raghu
EEE
SEPIC Converter
based -Drive for
unipolar BLDC Motor
IJECE
S.Chandra sekhar
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J.Srinivas Rao
2
V.Achi Reddy
EEE
Power flow through
distributed power flow
controller by using D-
FACTS concept
IJETT
J.Srinivas Rao
S.Chandra sekhar
3
J.Srinivas Rao
EEE
Speed control of
PMSM by using
DSVM-DTC
Technique
IJETT S.Chandra sekhar
T.Raghu
4
T.Raghu
EEE
Simulation of
sensorless speed
control of induction
motor using APFO
Technique
IJCEE
J.Srinivas Rao
S.Chandra sekhar

5
Saida Rao Nerella
EEE
simulation of Buck-
Boost type unity
power pactor rectifier
with and with out
controlled switch
IJAIR
T.Raghu
N.Leela jaya
syamala
6

Rahim Mahammad

EEE
Desing and
simulation of 9-Level
Inverter fed Induction
Motor Drive
IJEEE

T.Raghu
7
S.Yashoda krishna
EEE
Regulation of three
phase IM by using
DC link Mesurement
IJAIR J.Dinesh ratnam
sayyed rajiya
begum
8
S.Chandra sekhar EEE
Mitigation of Voltage
Flicker and Reduction
in THD by using
IJECE
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J.Brahmmam
STATCOM
M.Srinu


b. Research publications in conferences

Students: NO

c.Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

Conferences
S. no. Name of the author Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
J.Srinivas Rao
EEE
Sensorless speed control
of BLDC motors using G-
function
IJSAA
S.Chandra sekhar
T.Raghu


(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty
s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 One day Workshop Artificial Intelligence and its
applications in Power
Systems
TEQIP-II


(e) Guest lecturers organized
s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic Students
1 One day Seminar Power Systems, SCADA
and FACTS
All Students
Attented
2 One day Seminar Proliferation and
Destination of Power
Electronics
All Students
Attented
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3 One day Seminar Electrical Power System
Protection
All Students
Attented
4 One day Workshop SCADA Application in
Power systems
All Students
Attented


(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students


Academic Year 2012-13

S.No MONTH Workshop name Organized by Targeted
audience
1 FEBRUARY Recent trents in
Power Electronics
ANURAG IV EEE
2 FEBRUARY Power system
Operration &
Control
ANURAG III EEE
3 MARCH SCADA ANURAG IV EEE
Academic Year 2011-12
1 JAN Introduction to
MAT LAB
ANURAG IV EEE
2 FEB Renewable Energy
sources
ANURAG III EEE
3 MARCH FACTS ANURAG IV EEE
Academic Year 2010-11

1 NOV Advanced power
system protection
ANURAG III EEE & IV EEE
2 JUNE Fuzy Logic
Controllers
ANURAG IV EEE


(g)The details of students achievements & workshops attended by students at various
places for the three academic years.
Academic Year2012-13
S.no Student Name H.T.No. Institute Name Event
Month /
Year
1 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 KITS, Warangal Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
2 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 SVEC, Suryapet Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
3 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246
Path Finder Engineering
College
Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
4 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 Sri Kavitha Engineering College Technical Quiz
Mar,
2013
5 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 Vishnu Institute of Technology Paper Presentation Mar,
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6 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 Sana Engineering College Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
7 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 KITS, Kodad Poster Presentation
Mar,
2013
8 D. Ramesh 09C11A0246 Sri Kavitha Engineering College Technical Quiz
Mar,
2013
9 A. Harshada 10C11A0226 Anurag Engineering College Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
10 V. Harish 10C11A0224 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
11 B. Dinesh Kumar 10C11A0217 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
12 A. Sandeep 10C11A0266 SVEC, Suryapet Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
13 D. Gouthami 10C11A0222 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
14 P. Lahari 10C11A0236 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
15 V. Mamatha 10C11A0242 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
16 A. Ajay 10C11A0202 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
17 A. Harshada 10C11A0226 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
18 SK. Hafeez 10C11A0223 SVEC, Suryapet Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
19 MD. Ershad 10C11A0218 SVEC, Suryapet Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
20 M. Swathi 10C11A0281 Sri Kavitha Engineering College Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
21 R. Rajini 10C11A0262 Sri Kavitha Engineering College Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
22
K. Naga
Prathyusha
10C11A0245 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
23 S. Aparna 10C11A0206 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
24 V. Mounika 10C11A0244 MITS, Kodad Paper Presentation
Mar,
2013
25 SK. Hafeez 10C11A0223 KITS, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
26
Kanaka Maha
Laxmi
11C11A0221 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
27 S. Aparna 10C11A0206 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
28 P. Kavitha 10C11A0231 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
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29 A. Harshada 10C11A0226 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
30 Umarani 10C11A0282 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
31 Krishna Kumari 10C11A0234 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
32 P. Bhavani 10C11A0214 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
33 Pardha Sarathi 11C15A0203 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
34 Nirosha 10C11A0253 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
35 Phalguni 10C11A0255 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
36 Swathi 10C11A0281 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
37 G. Ravi Teja 11C15A0211 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
38
CH. Sravan
Kumar
10C11A0273 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
39 Santoshi laxmi 10C11A0267 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
40 G. Sanjeev 11C15A0206 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
41 Anoop 10C11A0285 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
42 A. Ajay 10C11A0202 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
43 Geetha 10C11A0219 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
44 Bhavani 10C11A0214 SBIT, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2013
45 M. Swathi 10C11A0281 SRTIST, Nalgonda Paper Presentation Jan, 2013
46 R. Rajini 10C11A0262 SRTIST, Nalgonda Paper Presentation Jan, 2013
47 SK. Hafeez 10C11A0223 KITS, Khammam Paper Presentation
Feb,
2012
Academic Year2011-12
1 G.Kavatha 10C11A0232 GIST,Jpt Paper Presentation Sep-11
Academic Year2010-11
1
N. Praveen Kumar
Reddy 08C11A0233 KL University Paper Presentation
October,
2010
2 B. Raja Sekhar 08C11A0234 KL University Paper Presentation
October,
2010
Academic Year2009-10
1
CH. Sandeep
Chowdary 06C11A0235 KITS, Warangal Paper Presentation
February,
2009
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2 L. Veena Deepthi 06C11A0257 KITS, Warangal Paper Presentation
February,
2009


24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department

S.No
Name of the
Visitors
Organization/Institution
1 Dr.K.Raghuram LITS
2 Dr.P.Krishnamurthy SBIT


25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

a) National

s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 One day Workshop Artificial Intelligence and its
applications in Power
Systems
TEQIP-II
2 One day Workshop SCADA Applications in
power systems
TEQIP-II

b) International: -


26. Student profile programme/course wise: (required the information from office)
UG Program-B.Tech(EEE)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2002-06 BATCH





Admissions are
centrally
conducted by the
state government
based on
performance in
EAMCET
60 37 23 94.06
2003-07 BATCH 58 45 13 72.37
2004-08 BATCH 44 34 10 63.82
2005-09 BATCH 60 47 13 86.21
2006-10 BATCH 65 49 16 81.23
2007-11 BATCH 63 44 19 75.69
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Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2008-12 BATCH 65 46 19 82.97
2009-13 BATCH 88 58 30 91.82
*M=Male F=Female



PG Program-M.Tech(PE&ED)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2009-11 BATCH
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by the
state government
based on
performance in
GATE/ PGECET

18 17 1 82.50
2010-12 BATCH 18 13 5 86.12
2011-13 BATCH 41 32 9 90.17
2012-14 BATCH 32 28 4 92.24

PG Program-M.Tech(EPS)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2012-14 BATCH
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by the
state government
based on
performance in
GATE/ PGECET

15 10 5 88.00






27. Diversity of Students

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Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
B.TECH (EEE) 100 - -
M.TECH (EEE) 100 - -



28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified
2008 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 25 22 42 37
2009 GATE/GRE/TOEFL 41 36 51 45
2010 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 52 48 58 54
2011 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 63 59 70 65


29. Student progression:

Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 50
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D -
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other then Campus recruitment

25
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 11

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library

Total No. of Volumes 222
Total No. of Titles 216
National & International Journals 78
Magazines 10
Project Reports 280
E-Journals IEEE, Wiley Blackwell, Science Direct, Mc
Graw Hill Access Engineering, ASTM
Digital Library, J-Gate Engineering.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
1
Class room

Black board, LCD Projector on trolley, OHP, fans ,
lights, Benches Chair and Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, OHP, fans , lights, Benches Chair
and Table


d) Laboratories

S.No
Curriculum
LabDescription
No of
Experiments
Quality of Instruments
1
Electrical Circuits
Lab
10 Good
2
Electrical
Machines-I
10 Good
3
Electrical
Machines-II
10 Good
4
Electrical
Measurements
Lab
10 Good
5 Simulation Lab 30 Systems Good
6
Power
Converters Lab
10
Good


31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or
other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government 1207
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars
1207
3 TEQIP 1207

32. Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.

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CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inaddition to regular
curriculam
s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic Students
1 One day Seminar Power Systems, SCADA
and FACTS
All Students
Attented
2 One day Seminar Proliferation and
Destination of Power
Electronics
All Students
Attented
3 One day Seminar Electrical Power System
Protection
All Students
Attented
4 One day Workshop SCADA Application in
Power systems
All Students
Attented


33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

Lecture interspersed with discussions
Lecture with a quiz
Role plays
Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
Team Project
Case studies
Presentations
Simulations


34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp.

35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:

Strengths:
High retention ratio of all faculty members in the department.
Good student & faculty ratio.
Well established infrastructure.
Well equipped laboratoties.
Industry institute interaction.

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Weakness:
R&D activities are very poor.
Least GATE rank students are joining from villages every year.
Lack of Placements due to rural area and college is located in very far from cities.

Opportunities:
Electrical engineering graduates can find jobs in most engineering industries.
These include:Aerospace industry,Automotive industry,Chemical
industry,Construction industry,Defence industry,Electronics industry,Fast moving
consumer goods industry,Marine industry,Oil and gas industry,Power generation
industry,Rail industry etc.

Challenges:

Technologies include Power Generation,overhead transmissiondesigns,
underground designs, advanced overlay concepts nationwide, and development
of power operations practices and controls to make possible the integration of
renewable resources into the grid is necessary in future.
Innovative designs using HVDC technologies appear to offer considerable
advantages and integration possibilities with existing HVDC installations,Facts
controlled equipments to be developed in future.




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Evaluative Report of the Department

1. Name of the department : Computer Science & Engineering
2. Year of Establishment : 2001
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
UG B-Tech Computer Science & Engineering
PG M-Tech
Computer Science & Engineering

Web-Technologies

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Digital Logic Design ECE
2 Electronic Devices and Circuits ECE
3 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab ECE
4 Basics Electrical Engineering EEE
5 Electrical and Electronics lab EEE
6 Environmental Studies Biotechnology
7 Microprocessors and Interfacing ECE
8 Embedded Systems Programming ECE
9 Embedded Systems Lab ECE
10 VLSI ECE
11 Probability & Statistics Humanities & Science
12 Operational Research Humanities & Science
13 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis Humanities & Science
14 Management Science Humanities & Science
15 Mathematics Methods Humanities & Science
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16 English Humanities & Science
17 Engineering Physics Humanities & Science
18 Engineering Chemistry Humanities & Science
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program) M.Tech(PG Program)
I Year Annual I Year Semester System
II Year Semester System II Year Semester System
III Year Semester System
IV Year Semester System

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1 Database Management Systems Mechanical Engineering
2 Database Management Systems EEE
3 Computer Networks ECE
4 Object Oriented Programming ECE
5 Computer Organization ECE

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO


8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO

9. Number of Teaching posts:

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 2
Associate Professors 9 9
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Asst. Professors 26 26



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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1 Dr. M.V.SIVAPRASAD Ph.D CSE PROFESSOR 21
2 Dr.P.SUBBA REDDY Ph.D CSE PROFESSOR 25
3 G.SRINIVASA RAO M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 11
4 Y.V.R.NAGAPAWAN M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 11
5 G.V.S.Ch.S.L.V.PRASAD M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 9
6 M. MADHAVI M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 11
7 CH.KRISHNA PRASAD M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 10
8 P.SANDEEP REDDY M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 5.5
9 P.NIRANJAN KUMAR M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 4.2
10 P.GURULINGAM M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 15
11 CH.SURESH KUMAR M.TECH CSE ASSOC.PROF. 10
12 B.SARAT SAI M.TECH CSE ASST. PROF 2
13 M.SHAILAJA M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 0.5
14 P.SRAVANTHI M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 6
15 Y.LAXMI PRASANNA M.TECH CSE ASST. PROF 2
16 J. NAGA RAJU M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 4
17 K.ANKALA RAO M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 2
18 K.NARESH KUMAR M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 9
19 K. VIJAY KUMAR M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 4.2
20 D.SINDHU M.TECH CSE ASST. PROF 2
21 MD.AMEENA NASREEN M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 3
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22 SK .HASEENA BEGAM B.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 4

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experien
ce
(Years)
23 D.MANICHANDANA B.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 2
24 G.L.N.V.KARTHEEK M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 4
25 J.VIJAYA SREE M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 2
26 T.PRASAD M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 1
27 M.SANDHYA RANI M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 1
28 V.PAVAN KUMAR M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 1
29 N.RAJESH M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 1
30 K.P.R.K.CHAITANYA M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 3
31 K.VENKAT REDDY M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 3
32 A.SAMATHA M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 1
33 G.VIJAY M.TECH CSE ASST.PROF 3



11. Listofseniorvisitingfaculty

S.No.
Name of the visiting
faculty
University/College Purpose
1 Dr.P.SUBBA REDDY AGI Software Engineering
2 Dr.SUMAN BATTA
CHARYA
TCS UML with case study
3 Dr.A.Goverdhan JNTUH Art of Learning
4 DR.PREMCHAND OU Trends in Computer Engineering

12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled (programmewise)
bytemporaryfaculty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
UG
NO
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PG
NO



13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
UG B.Tech 1:15
PG M.Tech 1:12




14. Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned filled
System Administrators 02 03
Hardware Engineer 01 01
Lab Programmers 09 11
Admin. Executive - 01


15. QualificationsofteachingfacultywithDSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D 2
MPhil

-
M.Tech 33
B.Tech 2


16. Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO


17. Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal
grantsreceived.- NO

18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO

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19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Number of papers published in peer reviewed j ournals(national/international)
by faculty and students

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

Monographs
Chapter in Books
Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index


Academic Year 2011-12 Journals
S. no. Name of the author Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
G. Srinivasa Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Low cost parallel
TCP optical
communication
between data
centers
IJCSIT
CH. Krishna prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
G.Vijay Kumar
(Asst.Prof)
2
G. Srinivasa Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Intelligent
transportation
system using cloud
computing
IJCSIT
CH. Krishna prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
3
B.Uppalaiah
CSE
Routing protocols in
MANET's
IJCSIT
K.Anand Kumar
(Asst.Prof)
J.Sashikiran
4 B.Uppalaiah CSE Genetic algorithm IJCSIT
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K.Anand Kumar
(Asst.Prof)
approach to intrusion
detection system
B.Narsimha
5
K.P.R Krishna
Chaitanya(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Ensuring security in
resource centers of
cloud environment
by using trusted
pools
IJCSIT
Dr.S.Srinivasu (Prof)
K.naresh kumar
(Asst.Prof)
6
B.Uppalaiah
CSE
Intrusion detection
system: various
approaches
IJCSIT
P.Srinivas
G.Vijay Kumar
(Asst.Prof)
7
K.naresh kumar
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Public key
cryptography by
centralized offline
server in mission-
critical networks
IJCSIT
Dr.S.Srinivasu (Prof)
K.P.R Krishna
Chaitanya
(Asst.Prof)
8
DR.N.Subhash
Chandra
CSE
General approach to
classification:
Various methods
can be used to
classify X-Ray
images
IJCSET
B.Uppalaiah
K.naresh kumar
(Asst.Prof)
9
K.Anand Kumar
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Wireless TCP:TCP
in mobile
environment
IJCSIT
Dr.S.Srinivasu (Prof)






Academic Year 2012-13 Journals
S. no. Name of the author Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
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1
G. Srinivasa Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Intelligent transportation
system using cloud
computing
IJCST
CH. Krishna prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
2
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Low cost parallel TCP
optical communication
between data centers
IJCST
CH.Krishna prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
G.Vijay kumar
(Asst.Prof)
3
CH.Krishna Prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Competent data
collection and
authentication protocol:
Active Collector
Assortment
Modem(ACAM)
IJARCS
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
4
G.Laxmi prasanna
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Secure and scalable
sharing PF personal
health records in cloud
computing using attribute
based encryption
IJRSAE
CH.Krishna Prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
5
Amena Nasreen
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
A novel method for
divide and convergent
and coherent mechanism
in cloud computing
IJCSIT
SK.Haseena
(Asst.Prof)
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
6
Dr.S.Srinivasu (Prof)
CSE
An initial approach to
provide security in cloud
network
IJARCET
K.P.R.KrishnaPrasad
(Assoc.Prof)
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Naresh kumar
(Asst.Prof)
7
K.P.R Krishna
Chaitanya
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Ensuring security in
resource centers of cloud
environment by using
trusted pools
IJCSIT
Dr.D.Srinivasu (Prof)
K.naresh kumar
(Asst.Prof)
8
M.Madhavi
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
An approach for intrusion
detection system in cloud
computing
IJCSIT
9

K.Nareshkumar
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Public key cryptography
by centralized offline
server in mission-critical
networks
IJCSIT
Dr.S.Srinivasu (Prof)
K.P.R.KrishnaPrasad
10
P.Sravanthi
(Asst.Prof)
CSE
Using apriori algorithm to
improve crm for
shopping malls
IJERT
M.Madhavi
(Assoc.Prof)

11
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Public key cryptography
by centralized offline
server in mission-critical
networks
IJCSIT
12
G.SrinivasRao
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Low cost parallel TCP
optical communication
between data centers
IJCSIT
CH.KrishnaPrasad
(Assoc.Prof)
K.Vijaykumar
(AssT.Prof)



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Academic Year 2012-13 Conferences

S. no. Name of the author
Dept.
Title of the paper Conferences
1
Ch Suresh kumar
CSE
Fast track technique for
software testing and
quality assurance
practice in development
life cycle
ICEECS
M.Dileep kumar
d.venkata
vidhyadeepthi
2
Chodagam Suresh
kumar
CSE
Addiction of computer is
sabotage to human life
ICEECS Dhumpati raghu
P.Ratna Kumar


Academic Year 2013-14 Journals
S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper
Name of the
journal
1
Sandeep
CSE
Tree based mining for
discovering pattrerns of
human interaction in
meetings
IJEA
Rajesh.N
2
Meela santhoshi
tejaswi
CSE
Studies on scheduling
algorithms for updates in
streaming data
warehouses
BRC
G.Srinivas Rao
3
M.Madhavi
(Assoc.Prof)
CSE
Horizental aggregations
in SQL to prepare data
sets for data mining
analysis
IJEA
S.Kavitha
4
B.Sarat Sai
CSE
A query formulation
language for the data
web
IJEA
J.Vijay sri
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5
Samatha Anchori
CSE
An approch for query
planning in continuous
aggregation over a
network
IJACEE
P.Sravanthi
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
6
K.Vijitha
CSE
Machine learning for
cloud computing Intusion
detection
IJIRD
V.Greeshmananda
7
CH.Venkateswarrao

Learning to personalize
image search from the
photo sharing websites
IJCSIT
B.Sarat Sai
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)
8 Y.Laxmi Prasanna CSE
An Approach for Usage
and Dataflow Coverage
in Regression Testing
IJCSIT
9
Y.Laxmi Prasanna
CSE
Studies on
comprehensive proposal
Assortment Using
Ranking-Based
Techniques
Reshma Reddy
10
G.Laxmi Prasanna
CSE
Secure and scalable
sharingPF personal
records in cloud
computing using attribute
based encryption
IJCSIT
CH.Krishna Prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
G.Srinivas Rao
(Assoc.Prof)


20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated

S No Yea
r
Project Name Customer Project
Value
Principal
Investigat
or
Associate
Investigators
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1 201
2
Developing
Computer
Course Module
TEJA
TALENT
SCHOOL
50000 Sandeep p P. Niranjan Kumar
2 201
1
Specifications of
computers and
networking
E.V.R
College
50000 G.Srinivas
Rao
Ch.Krishna Prasad


21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees : -
b) International Committees : -
c) Editorial Board : CSI

22. Student projects

a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme: 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: NO

23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Faculty:
S.NO Faculty name Awards/ Recognitions
1 M.V.Siva Prasad
2 Dr.Srinivasulu Awarded with his Ph.D

Students:

S.No. Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class
Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s) Award/Reward
Academic Year 2011-12
1 Stegnography M.Priyanka
III
CSE
GIST,Jpt Sep-11 Winner
2 Stegnography P.Rajeswari
III
CSE
GIST,Jpt Sep-11 Winner
3 Green IT Naga Diya
III
CSE
LBRCE,Mly Mar-12 Winner
4 Green IT Palli
III
CSE
LBRCE,Mly Mar-12 Winner
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1 Hadoop
G.Shiva
krishna
IV
CSE
SBIT
,Khammam
Aug-12 Runner
2 Android Nikitha
IV
CSE
MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner
3 Android Priyanka
IV
CSE
MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner
4 Android Geethanjali
IV
CSE
MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner


Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals


S. no. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal
1


G. Srinivasa Rao,
CH. Krishna prasad


Intelligent transportation
system using cloud
computing
(IJCST) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Technology ,Volume No 3,
april-june,2012.
2
G.Srinivas Rao
CH.Krishna prasad
G.Vijay kumar

Low cost parallel TCP
optical communication
between data centers
(IJCST)International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Technology, Volume No 3(3),
april-june,2012.

3
CH.Krishna Prasad
G.Srinivas Rao


Competent data
collection and
authentication protocol:
Active Collector
Assortment
Modem(ACAM)
IJARCS, Volume No 3(3),
april-june,2012.

4

G.Laxmi prasanna
CH.Krishna Prasad
G.Srinivas Rao


Secure and scalable
sharing PF personal
health records in cloud
computing using
attribute based
encryption

IJRSAE, Volume No
2(2),2012

5
CH.Venkateswarrao
B.Sarat Sai
G.Srinivas Rao

Learning to personalize
image search from the
photo sharing websites

IJRSAE, Volume No
2(2),2012

6
B.Uppalaiah
K.Anand
Routing protocols in
MANET's
(IJCSIT) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
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J.Sashikiran Information Technology,,
Volume No 2(2), Feb 2012
7
Amena Nasreen
SK.Haseena
G.Srinivas Rao

A novel method for
divide and convergent
and coherent
mechanism in cloud
computing
(IJCSIT) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Information Technology,
Volume No 3(3),2012
8
Dr.S.Srinivasu
K.P.R.KrishnaPrasad
Naresh kumar

An initial approach to
provide security in cloud
network



IJARCET,
Volume
1(5), jul-aug,2012




9
K.P.R Krishna
Chaitanya
Dr.D.Srinivasu
K.naresh kumar

Ensuring security in
resource centers of
cloud environment by
using trusted pools




(IJCSIT) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Information Technology,
Volume
3(4),2012


10
M.Madhavi

An approach for
intrusion detection
system in cloud
computing


(IJCSIT) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Information Technology,
Volume
3(5),2012


11
B.Uppalaiah
P.Srinivas
K.Vijay kumar




Intrusion detection
system: various
approaches





(IJCSIT) International Journal
Of Computer Science and
Information Technology,
Volume
3(1),jan-march 2012.







12

K.Nareshkumar
Dr.S.Srinivasu
K.P.R.KrishnaPrasad


Public key cryptography
by centralized offline
server in mission-critical
networks


IJCSIT
,Volume
3(4),2012



13

DR.N.Subhash
Chandra
B.Uppalaiah
K.Nareshkumar



General approach to
classification: Various
methods can be used to
classify X-Ray images

IJCSET
Volume No
2(3),march 2012.

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14


P.Sravanthi
M.Madhavi

Using apriori algorithm
to improve crm for
shopping malls

IJERT
Volume No
1(10) Dec 2012.


15


Chodagam Suresh
kumar
Mikkili dileep kumar
d.venkata
vidhyadeepthi

Fast track technique for
software testing and
quality assurance
practice in development
life cycle

ICEECS
Dec 2012

16

Chodagam Suresh
kumar
Dhumpati raghu
P.Ratna Kumar

Addiction of computer is
sabotage to human life

ICEECS
Nov 2012
17





G.Srinivas Rao
CH.Krishna prasad

Public key cryptography
by centralized offline
server in mission-critical
networks

IJCSIT
Volume No 3(3),2012

18


G.Srinivas Rao
CH.Krishna prasad
K.Vijay kumar

Low cost parallel TCP
optical communication
between data centers

IJCSIT, Volume No 3(3),2012.





b. Research publications in conferences

Students: NO

c.Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.
No
FACULTY
NAME
WORKSHOP/SEMINAR
ATTENDED
DATE ORGANIZED BY
UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

1 P.NIRANJAN
KUMAR
FSIT MASTER
TRININNG PROGRAM
AUG 19
TO 26
JNTU
2 CH KRISHNA
PRASAD
FSIT MASTER
TRININNG PROGRAM
AUG 19
TO 26
JNTU
3 J NAGA RAJU PEDAGOGICAL
TRAINING
NOV
25-29
NITTTR
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012

1 P.Suresh Infosys Campus Jan Infosys
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Kumar Connect Foundation
Programme Rollout
Mentor Training
Programme
2012
2
Lakshmi
Prasana
One day programme on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb
2012
Infosys
3
J.Naga Raju
One day programme on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb
2012
Infosys
4
P.Chiranjeevi
One day programme on
Research
Methodologies
Feb
2012
JNTU
5 G.Srinivasa
Rao
Workshop on Project
Life Cycle
Feb
2012
IBM
6
J.Naga Raju
One day Seminor on
Infosys Campus
connect.
Feb-12 Infosys
7
P.Chiranjeevi
One day seminor on
Research
Methodologies
Feb-
2012
JNTU
8 G.Srinivasa
Rao
Workshop on Project
Life Cycle
Feb IBM
9
T.Koti Reddy
Workshop on ABET
Accreditation
Feb
Anurag Group of
Institutions
10
T.Koti Reddy
Workshop on Java &
Android
June
Anurag Group of
Institutions
11
T.Koti Reddy
Workshop on Web
Services
AUG CSI Corporation
12
Dr.S.Srinvasulu
Workshop on Cloud
Computing
Jul OU College of Engg
ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
P.Suresh
Kumar
Infosys Campus
Connect Foundation
Programme
Feb Infosys
2
Sk.Haseena
Infosys Campus
Connect Foundation
Programme
Feb Infosys
3
Naveen
One day National
workshop on IBM
Rational
Sep Infosys


(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

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S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized
by
Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1 DEC Open source CSE, Dept Faculties 40
2
JAN NPTEL
CSE, Dept Faculties 35
3
JUL Data Modelling
CSE, Dept Faculties 44
4 AUG Testing Tools CSE, Dept Faculties 30
5 FEB Python CSE, Dept Faculties 30
6
FEB
Trends in
networking
CSE, Dept Faculties 25
7
FEB

Tera Data
CSE, Dept Faculties 45
8
FEB
Agile Project
Management
CSE, Dept Faculties 48
9
Jul
UML with case
study
CSE, Dept Faculties 50
10 Aug Advanced JAVA CSE, Dept Faculties 33
11 Oct Art of Learning CSE, Dept Faculties 23
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012

1
FEB Ethical hacking
CSE,
Dept
Faculties 43
2
MAR Android& php
CSE,
Dept
Faculties 36
3
NOV IBM Tools
CSE,
Dept
Faculties 45
ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
OCT
Data
Warehousing
CSE,
Dept
Faculties 34
2
JUN
Trends in
Computer
Engineering
CSE,
Dept
Faculties 43



(e) Guest lecturers organized


Academic Year 2012-13

S.No Guest Subject Date Students
1
Mr.Sandesh
Adp
Web Application
Development
Using RAD & DB2
2/03/2013-
03/03/2013
IV year
2 Mr.Joseph Landes
Mr. Phani
Kondepudi
(Lead-Lse,

Motivational talk
12/02/2013
III Year
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Academic Access
And Alliances,
Microsoft)
3
Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys,
Mysore
Work shop on
Bridging The Gap
Between Industry
And Academy
(Fn) as a part of
ACM chapter
Inauguration

02/02/2013
III and IV
year
4 Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys,
Mysore
Workshop On
Cloud
Computing(An)
02/02/2013
IV year
Academic Year 2011-12

1 Mrs. Nagaratna Guest Lecture on
advanced
problem solving
12 March
2012
IV year
2 IUCEE webinar on
cryptography
Feb 15
th
& 16
th
2012
II Year
3 Mr.M.Ravi Kumar
Rainbow Finishing
School
Web Designing
Feb 15
th
& 16
th
2012

III year
4
Virscent
Technologies
Information
Security And
Ethical Hacking
28/9/2012&
29/9/2012
II
year
5 Mr.Rajendra
Ibm
Lotus Domino

3/9/12 To
6/9/12
II year
6 Mr.Durga Naveen
Coign
Cloud Computing 26
th
&27
th
Aug
2011
III year
Academic Year 2010-11

1 Mr.Durga Naveen
Coign
Work Shop On
Cloud Computing
26
th
&27
th
Aug
2011
IV Year
2
Mr.Srinath Reddy
Coign
Android Training
2
nd
Nov 2011
To 28
th
Dec
2011
III Year
3
Rainbow Finishing
School
Adobe Photoshop
17
th
Nov 2011
To 19
th
Nov
2011
II Year
4
Mr.Kunal
Ibm
DB2
13-07-2011
To 15-07-
2011
III year
5
Mr.Ratnam
Ibm
DB2
12-09-2011
To
14-09-2011
III year
6 Mr.Harshavardhan
Ibm
RAD
17-11-2011
To 19-11-
IV year
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2011
7
Mr.Pooraja
Jkc
RAD
17-11-2011
To 19-11-
2011
IV year

(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students


Academic Year 2012-13

S.No MONTH Workshop name Organized by Targeted audience
1 FEBRUARY PYTHON ANURAG IV CSE
2 FEBRUARY TERADATA ANURAG IV CSE
3 FEBRUARY NETWORKING &
BROADBAND
ANURAG III CSE
4 FEBRUARY AGILE PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
ANURAG III & IV CSE
Academic Year 2011-12
1 JAN Sucess In Sucess
and recends
trends in Software
Engineering
ANURAG II CSE
2 FEB Ethical Hacking ANURAG IV & III CSE
3 MARCH Android & Php ANURAG IV CSE
4 JULY BUSINESS
INTELLIGENCE
AND DATA
MODELLING
ANURAG IV CSE
5 AUG TESTING TOOLS ANURAG III & IV CSE
6 DEC OPENSOURCE
TECHNOLOGIES
ANURAG III & IV CSE
Academic Year 2010-11

1 NOV IBM Tools ANURAG IV CSE
2 JUNE recent trends in
computer
engineering
ANURAG III & IV CSE


(g) The details of students achievements & workshops attended by students at various
places for the three academic years.
Academic Year2012-13
S.No. Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s) Award/Reward
1 Hadoop G.Shiva
krishna
IV CSE SBIT
,Khammam
AUG
2012
Runner
2 Android Nikitha IV CSE MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner
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3 Android Priyanka IV CSE MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner
4 Android Geethanjali IV CSE MIST,Jpt JAN,2013 Runner
Academic Year2011-12
1 Stegnography M.Priyanka III CSE GIST,Jpt SEPT
2011
Winner
2 Stegnography P.Rajeswari III CSE GIST,Jpt SEPT
2011
Winner
3 Green IT Naga Diya III CSE LBRCE,Mly MAR
2012
Winner
4 Green IT Palli III CSE LBRCE,Mly MAR
2012
Winner
Academic Year2010-11
1 Object
Oriented
Programming
Shiva
Krishna
II CSE AEC,Kodad Feb 2011 Winner
2 IO Devices Sandeep II CSE AEC,Kodad Feb 2011 Runner
3 IO Devices Pavan II CSE AEC,kodadd Feb 2011 Runeer

24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department

S.No Name of the Visitors Organization/Institution
1 GOVARDHAN JNTUH
2 SRINIVAS REDDY ANU


25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

a) National

s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 National level Paper
Presentation
Avirbhav-2012 SELF
2 National level Paper
Presentation
Avirbhav-2013 SELF

b) International: -

26.Student profile programme/course wise:
UG Program-B.Tech(CSE)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
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2007-11 BATCH
Admissions
are centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance
in EAMCET
104 43 81 95
2008-12 BATCH 120 57 47 94
2009-13 BATCH 120 51 53 93


*M=Male F=Female

PG Program-M.Tech(CSE)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M
*F

2009-11
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

18 5 13 96%
2010-12 36 24 12 95%
2011-13 26 8
18
97%

PG Program-M.Tech(WT)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2013-15
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

3 0
3


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27. Diversity of Students

Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
B.TECH (CSE) 100 - -
M.TECH (CSE) 100 - -

28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET,
SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified
2008 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 48 37 80 77
2009 GATE/GRE/TOEFL 29 21 35 72
2010 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 35 27 30 87
2011 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 40 30 40 80




29. Student progression:

Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 80
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D -
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other then Campus recruitment

15
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 5

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library

Total No. of Volumes 206
Total No. of Titles 182
National & International Journals 13
Magazines 10
Project Reports 500
E-Journals IEEE, Wiley Blackwell, Science Direct, Mc
Graw Hill Access Engineering, ASTM
Digital Library, J-Gate Engineering.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department Computer Science & Engineering
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b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
1
Class room

Black board, LCD Projector on trolley, OHP, fans ,
lights, Benches Chair and Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, OHP, fans , lights, Benches Chair
and Table



d) Laboratories

S.No
Curriculum
LabDescription
No of
Equipments
Quality of Instruments
1
Programming And
Problem Solving
60
S/W Req:Turboc
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse, Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet,
Quality=Good
2

Computer
Programming
60
S/W Req:Turboc
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse, Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet,
Quality=Good
3
English Language
and
Communication
Skills
60
S/WReq:GloborineH/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual
Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse,Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
4 IT Workshop 30
S/W Req: Window Xp Sp2,Ms Off2007,Linux
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
5
Data Structures
Lab Through C++
60
S/W Req:Turboc
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse, Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet,
Quality=Good
6
Object Oriented
Programming
60
S/W Req:Jdk 1.6
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
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1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
7
Database
Management
Systems
60
S/W Req: Oracle 10g
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
8
Compiler Design
And Web
Technologies
60
S/W Req: Jdk 1.6,Tomcat Server
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
9
Linux
programming and
Data Mining Lab

60
S/W Req:Fedora8
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
10
Operating
Systems/Computer
Networks
60
S/W Req:Turboc
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
11

Advanced English
Communication
skills
60
S/WReq:GloborineH/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual
Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse,Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
12
Case Tools and
Software testing
Lab

60
S/W Req: Visual Paradigm
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good

31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or
other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government 1207
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars
1207
3 TEQIP 1207

32. Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.

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CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inaddition to regular
curriculam
s.no A.Y.
Description
Class
Number
of
students
Special
lectures/
Workshops/
seminars
Topic
Resource person
name
1
2012-
13
Workshop Web Designing
Mr.M.Ravi Kumar,
Rainbow Finishing
School
IV
CSE
105
2.
2012-
2013

Seminar
Motivational Talk On Bridging The Gap
Between Industry And Academy
Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys,
Mysore
III &
IV
CSE
150
3.
2012-
2013

workshop Cloud Computing
Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys,
Mysore
IV
CSE
120
4
2012-
2013
workshop
Information Security And
Ethical Hacking
Virscent
Technologies
III &
IV
CSE
160
5
2012-
2013
Seminar
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on Lotus Domino

Mr.Rajendra
IBM
IV
CSE
100
6
2012-
2013

workshop
IBM AcademicInitiative
Training Programmeon
WebApplicationDevelopment
Using RAD & DB2
Mr.Sandesh
ADP
IV
CSE
95
7
2012-
13
Seminar
Microsoft Innovation Center-
Motivational Talk on Igniting
the Young Minds
Mr.Joseph
Landes,DPE
Mr. Phani
Kondepudi
(Lead-Lse,
Academic Access
And Alliances,
Microsoft)
II & III
CSE
110
8
2012-
13
Workshop
Windows 8 Application
Development
Microsoft
III
CSE
80
9
2011-
12
Workshop On Cloud Computing
Mr.Durga Naveen
Coign Pvt. Ltd
III
CSE
90
10
2011-
12
Workshop Android Programming
Mr.Srinath Reddy
Coign Pvt. Ltd
IV
CSE
90
11
2011-
12

Workshop

3 Days Workshop
On Adobe Photoshop
Rainbow Finishing
School
III &
IV
CSE
155
12
2011-
12
Workshop

IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on DB2
Mr.Kunal
Ibm
IV
CSE
120
13
2011-
12
Workshop

IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on DB2
Mr.Ratnam
Ibm
IV
CSE
120
14 2011- Workshop IBM Academic Initiative Training Mr.Harshavardhan IV 120
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12 Programme on RAD Ibm CSE
15
2011-
12
Workshop

IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on RAD
Mr.Pooraja
Jkc
IV
CSE
120
16
2011-
12
Workshop

Microsoft - Training program on Cloud
Computing
Microsoft
IV
CSE
108
17
2011-
12
Work Shop Windows Azure
Mr Nabajyoti
boura
Solutions
specialist and
Technology
practice head.
Synergistic Ltd,
Banglore
IV
CSE
122
19
2011-
12
Seminar Microsoft Ideation fest
Mr. Phani
Kondepudi
(Lead-Lse,
Academic Access
And Alliances,
Microsoft)
Mr. Mrityujany
Co-founder and
CEO Edukinect.
IV
CSE
105
20
2011-
12
workshop
Windows 7 mobile application
development
Microsoft
IV
CSE
120
21
2010-
11

workshop

Application Of Oops Concepts For
Development Of Projects
Mr.Naveen Kumar
Coign Pvt. Ltd
II
CSE
95


33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

Lecture interspersed with discussions
Lecture with a quiz
Role plays
Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
Team Project
Case studies
Presentations
Simulations

34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp, Vivekananda radha yatra, nirbaya
condolence rally.

35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:
Strengths:
Supportive management
Good library facilities
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Staff-Student ratio as per the Norms
Eco-Friendly Environment
One Workshop per Semester will be conducted
Paper presentation, Technical Quiz will be conducted every year
Faculty development programme is conducted yearly
On-time syllabus completion
Good laboratory facilities
Department being lead by efficient Head of the Department
Good infra-structure
Wi-Fi Enabled Department

Weakness:
R&D is not satisfactory and is to be improved
Lack of institute and industry Tie-ups
Opportunities:
To Achieve the status of Deemed University
Consider the industry inputs to re-design the syllabus

Challenges:
Outsourcing of final year students projects strategic plan
From Private Universities and Deemed universities (for new courses and management
quota)
To take up R&D projects from funding agencies like DST, UGC and AICTE




























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Evaluative Report of the Department

1. Name of the department : Mechanical Engineering
2. Year of Establishment : 2004.
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
UG B-Tech Mechnical Engineering
PG M-Tech
CAD/CAM

Machine Design

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Electrical and Electronics Engineering EEE
2 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab EEE
3 Renewable Energy Sources EEE
4 Environmental Studies Biotechnology
5 Numerical Methods Humanities & Science
6 Probability & Statistics Humanities & Science
7 Operational Research Humanities & Science
8 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis Humanities & Science
9 Industrial Management Humanities & Science
10 English Humanities & Science
11 Engineering Physics Humanities & Science
12 Engineering Chemistry Humanities & Science
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program) M.Tech(PG Program)
I Year Annual I Year Semester System
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II Year Semester System II Year Semester System
III Year Semester System
IV Year Semester System

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1
Mechnics Of Fluids And Hydraulic
Machines EEE
2
Mechnics Of Fluids And Hydraulic
Machines Lab EEE

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO


8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO

9. Number of Teaching posts:

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 2
Associate Professors 3 3
Asst. Professors 24 24



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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1 Dr.P.Vijay Kumar
Ph.D MECHHNICAL
PROFESSOR 14
2 B.Rajendra Prasad
M.Tech MECHHNICAL
ASSOC.PROF. 8
3 M.Hemla
M.Tech MECHHNICAL
ASSOC.PROF. 6
4 K.Surender
M.Tech MECHHNICAL
ASSOC.PROF. 6
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5 Y.Rajesh kanna
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
4
6 K.Veeranjaneilu
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
7 J.Saidaiah
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
0
8 B.Saidulu
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
1
9 B.Veera
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
4
10 Ch.Ashok
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
11 B.Devender
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
4
12 G.Ravi
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
5
13
B.Venkateswara
Reddy
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
14 J.Praneeth
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
15 A.Srinu
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
16 G.Venkatesh
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
17 B.Shankar
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
18 B.Bixsham
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
19 L.Ramesh
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
20 V.Nageswar rao
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
21 K.Sudhakar
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
22 B.Devandar
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
3
23 M.Nagendera Babu
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
24 B.Phaneendra
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
25 P.Srinivas
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
26 R.Viswanath
B.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
1
27 L.Vemana
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
28 M.Ravi Kumar
(M.Tech) MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
2
29 P.Chitti Babu
M.Tech MECHHNICAL ASST.PROF
0



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11. Listof senior visiting aculty:NIL


12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled (programmewise)
bytemporaryfaculty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
UG
NO
PG
NO



13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
UG B.Tech 1:15
PG M.Tech 1:12




14. Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned filled
Lab assistants 07 07



15. QualificationsofteachingfacultywithDSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D 1
MPhil


M.Tech 16
B.Tech 12


16. Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO
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17. Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal
grantsreceived.- NO


18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO


19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Numberofpaperspublishedinpeerreviewedj ournals(national/international)byfac
ultyandstudents

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

Monographs

Chapter in Books

Books Edited

Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

Citation Index

SNIP

SJR

Impact factor

h-index












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Academic Year 2011-12 Journals
S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH
Determination of
Wear resistance of
Neem,Mango and
Cork Wood
Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
GJRIE
2
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH
Differential Thermo
Gravimetry-
Thermogravimetry-
Differential Thermal
Analysis(DTG-TG-
DTA) of Neem and
Cork Wood
Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
AJER
3
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH
Study of Mechanical
Properties Of Wood
Polycrylonitrile
Composites
IJEST
4
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)

MECH

Thermal Behaviour Of
Cork , Mango And
Neem Wood
Polycrylonitrile
Composites
IJMAE
5
K.Veeranjaneyulu
(Asst.Prof)

MECH
Fabrication Of Water
Cooler Cum Air
Cinditioner
ENGINEERING
TODAY
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6
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Compressive
Strength of Neem,
Mango and Cork
Wood Poly
acrylonitrile
Composites
IJERT





Academic Year 2012-13 Journals
S. no. Name of the author Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Determination of Thermal
conductivity of Plaster Of
Paris
INTERNATIONAL
EJOURNALS
2
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Determination Of Impact
Strength Of Pop And
Saw Dust Composite
Laminate
IJSC
3
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Determination of Wear
resistance of
Neem,Mango and Cork
Wood Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
GJRIE
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4
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Differential Thermo
Gravimetry-
Thermogravimetry-
Differential Thermal
Analysis (DTG-TG-DTA)
of Neem and Cork Wood
Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
AJER




Academic Year 2013-14 Journals
S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper
Name of the
journal
1
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Mechanical Properties Of
slag Reinforced Polymer
Composites
IJMPERD
K.Anand Babu
(Asst Prof)
2
Md. Abid Ali
(Prof)
MECH

Finite Element Analysis
of Glass/Epoxy
Composite Laminates
with Different Types of
Circular Cutouts
IJAR
K.Anand Babu
(Asst Prof)
3
L.Ramesh
(Asst.Prof)
MECH


Design and Analysis of
Discharging of Dust in
Pneumatic Conveying
System by a Screw
Conveyor Shafts

ICARMMIEM


20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated :NIL

S No Yea
r
Project Name Customer Project
Value
Principal
Investigat
or
Associate
Investigators


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21 Faculty as members in
a) National committees : -
b) International Committees : -
c) Editorial Board :

22 Student projects

24. Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme: 100%
25. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: NO

23 Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Faculty:
S.NO Faculty name Awards/ Recognitions
1 Md. Abid Ali Awarded with his Ph.D
2

Students:

S.No. Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class
Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s) Award/Reward
Academic Year 2011-12
1 IC Engines B.Manikanta
III
MECH
SBIT,KMM AUG-11 Winner
2
Composite
Materials
K.Prudvi Raj
III
MECH
SBIT,KMM AUG-11 Winner
3
Cryogenic
Engineering
N.S.S
Aparnamani
III
MECH
SVEC,SRPT FEB-12 Runner
Academic Year 2012-13
1
Twin
cylinder
Engines
B.Manikanta
IV
MECH
VSCE
,Khammam
OCT-12 Winner
2
Advance
Weldings
K.Prudvi Raj
IV
MECH
MIST,Jpt MAR,2013 Runner
3 Refrigeration Ayyappa
IV
MECH
MIST,Jpt MAR,2013 Runner
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4
ABS
Engines
B.Sandeep
Reddy
III
MECH
MIST,Jpt MAR,2013 Runner


Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals


S. no. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal
1


Md. Abid Ali


Determination of Wear
resistance of
Neem,Mango and Cork
Wood Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
GJRIE
2
Md. Abid Ali

Differential Thermo
Gravimetry-
Thermogravimetry-
Differential Thermal
Analysis(DTG-TG-DTA)
of Neem and Cork
Wood Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
AJER
3
Md. Abid Ali


Study of Mechanical
Properties Of Wood
Polycrylonitrile
Composites
IJEST
4

Md. Abid Ali


Thermal Behaviour Of
Cork , Mango And
Neem Wood
Polycrylonitrile
Composites

IJMAE
5
K.Veeranjaneyulu

Fabrication Of Water
Cooler Cum Air
Cinditioner
ENGINEERING TODAY
6
Md. Abid Ali

Compressive Strength
of Neem, Mango and
Cork Wood Poly
acrylonitrile Composites
IJERT
7
Md. Abid Ali

Determination of
Thermal conductivity of
Plaster Of Paris
INTERNATIONAL
EJOURNALS
8
Md. Abid Ali

Determination Of Impact
Strength Of Pop And
Saw Dust Composite
Laminate
IJSC
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9
Md. Abid Ali

Determination of Wear
resistance of
Neem,Mango and Cork
Wood Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
GJRIE
10
Md. Abid Ali

Differential Thermo
Gravimetry-
Thermogravimetry-
Differential Thermal
Analysis (DTG-TG-DTA)
of Neem and Cork
Wood Polyacrylonitrile
Composites
AJER
11


Md. Abid Ali
K.Anand Babu

Mechanical Properties
Of slag Reinforced
Polymer Composites
IJMPERD




12

Md. Abid Ali
K.Anand Babu

Finite Element Analysis
of Glass/Epoxy
Composite Laminates
with Different Types of
Circular Cutouts
IJAR


13

L.Ramesh

Design and Analysis of
Discharging of Dust in
Pneumatic Conveying
System by a Screw
Conveyor Shafts

ICARMMIEM



b. Research publications in conferences

Students: NO

c.Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.
No
FACULTY NAME WORKSHOP/SEMINAR
ATTENDED
DATE ORGANIZED BY
UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

1 A.ANAND BABU PEDAGOGICAL
TRAINING
SEP30
TO
OCT 5
NITTR
2 A.ANAND BABU Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
3 K.VEERANJANEYULU Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
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4 L.RAMESH Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
5 B.BIKSHAM Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
6 V.NAGESWARA RAO Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
7 G.NAGESWARA RAO Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
8 D.VENU Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
MAY Anurag Group of
Institutions
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012

1
B.VEERA
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JUNE
Anurag Group of
Institutions
2
K.SUDHAKAR
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JUNE
Anurag Group of
Institutions
3
V.NAGESWARA RAO
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JUNE
Anurag Group of
Institutions
4
B.SHANKAR
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JAN
Anurag Group of
Institutions
5
B.BIKSHAM
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JAN
Anurag Group of
Institutions
6
A.ANAND BABU
Workshop on
Engineering Drawing
JAN
Anurag Group of
Institutions
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014

1
K.VEERANJANEYULU
TEQIP CONCLAVE MAR07
TO 08
IITH
2
L.RAMESH
TEQIP CONCLAVE MAR07
TO 08
IITH


(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized
by
Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1
AUG
Advances in
Mechanical
Engineering
ME, Dept Faculties 27
2


3


4


(e) Guest lecturers organized

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Academic Year 2012-13






(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students


Academic Year 2012-13

S.No MONTH Workshop name Organized by Targeted audience
1 MARCH CFD & Its
Applications
ANURAG II,III&IV MECH
2 MARCH Elements of
Heattransfer
ANURAG III&IV MECH
3 AUGUST Composite
Materials
ANURAG II,III&IV MECH
4 JULY Advanced in
Mechanisms
ANURAG II,III&IV MECH
Academic Year 2011-12
1
MARCH
Science behind
the Development
of Metals &
Materials
ANURAG II&III MECH
Academic Year 2010-11

1
SEP
Advances in
Composites and
Smart Structure
ANURAG II,III&IV MECH
2
APRIL
Second law of
thermodynamics
and its
applications
ANURAG II,III&IV MECH


(g)The details of students achievements & workshops attended by students at various
places for the three academic years.
Academic Year2012-13
S.No
.
Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class Name of the
Event&Venu
e
Date(s) Award/Reward
1 IC Engines P. Sai
Siddhartha

III
MECH
MITS,kodad AUG
2012
Runner
2 IC Engines K. Divaker III
MECH
MITS,kodad AUG
2012
Runner
3 Altenate Md. Feroz III Nova JAN 2013 Runner
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Fuels ahmed MECH Engineering
college
4 Altenate
Fuels
P. sai sree
Phanindra
III
MECH
Nova
Engineering
college
JAN 2013 Runner
Academic Year2011-12
1 Applications
of TD
B.Manikant
a
III
MECH
GIST,Jpt SEPT
2011
Winner
2 Automation K.Prudvi
Raj
III
MECH
GIST,Jpt SEPT
2011
Winner


24 List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department



25 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

a) National

S.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
Source of
funding
1 National level Paper
Presentation
Adwitiya-2014 SELF

b) International: -


26 Student profile programme/course wise: (required the information from office)

UG Program-B.Tech(MECH)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2004-08 BATCH




Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
EAMCET

26 26 0 100
2005-09 BATCH 20 20 0 94.74
2006-10 BATCH 25 20 05 80
2007-11 BATCH 29 29 0 85
2008-12 BATCH 36 29 07 88
2009-13 BATCH
65 56 09 98.50
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*M=Male F=Female


PG Program-M.Tech(CAD/CAM)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2009-11 BATCH
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

07 07 0 85.71
2010-12 BATCH 13 13 0 100
2011-2013 BATCH 06 06 0 100




PG Program-M.Tech(MD)


Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M
*F

2012-2014 BATCH

Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

13 11 02 75

27 Diversity of Students

Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
B.TECH (MECH) 100 - -
M.TECH (ME) 100 - -

28 How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
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Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified
2008 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 15 08 44 26
2009 GATE/GRE/TOEFL 20 09 50 22
2010 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 18 07 42 16
2011 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 25 10 52 20


29 Student progression:

Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 40
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D -
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other then Campus recruitment

5
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 5




30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library

Total No. of Volumes 195
Total No. of Titles 152
National & International Journals 3
Magazines 4
Project Reports 300
E-Journals IEEE, Science Direct, Mc Graw Hill Access
Engineering, ASME Digital Library.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department

Mechanical Engineering

b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
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1
Class room

Black board, fans , lights, Benches Chair and
Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, fans , lights, Benches Chair and
Table



d) Laboratories

S.No
Curriculum
LabDescription
No of
Equipments
Quality of Instruments
1 Engg.workshop-i 10 Working
2 Engg.workshop-ii 10 Working
3 M&MOS lab 10 Working
4 FM&HM lab 10 Working
5 P.T. Lab 10 Working
6 T.E.lab 10 Working
7 M&MT lab 12 Working
8 H.T.lab 10 Working
9 CAD/CAM 10 Working
10 I&CS lab 10 Working


31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government
or other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars

3 TEQIP
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32. Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.

CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inaddition to regular
curriculam
s.no A.Y.
Description
Class
Number
of
students
Special
lectures/
Workshops/
seminars
Topic
Resource person
name
1
2012-
13
Workshop Composite Materials
Prof.G.V.Rao
Professor, Vignan
Institute.

II,III&IV
ME
280
2.
2012-
2013

Seminar Advances in Mechanical Engineering
Dr.G.Vijay Kumar
Prof,PVP Siddharta
Inst,Vijayawada
II,III&IV
ME
280

3.
2012-
2013

workshop
CFD & Its applications

Mr. D. Srinivas,
N.S.Technologies,
Hyd.

II,III&IV
ME
280
4
2012-
2013
workshop Elements of Heattransfer
Dr.G.Amarender
Rao,
Professor, VBIT
Hyd.

III&IV
ME
180
5
2010-
2011
Seminar
Science behind the
Development of Metals &
Materials
Dr.N.Eswara
Prasad, FIE, FIIM
II,III&IV
ME
250
6
2010-
2011
Seminar
Advances in Composites
and Smart Structure
Dr.G.Vijay Kumar
Prof,PVP Siddharta
Inst,Vijayawada
II,III&IV
ME
150

33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

o Lecture interspersed with discussions
o Lecture with a quiz
o Role plays
o Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
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o Team Project
o Case studies
o Presentations
o Simulations


34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp.


35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:
Strengths:
Supportive management
Good library facilities
Staff-Student ratio as per the Norms
Eco-Friendly Environment
Faculty development programme is conducted yearly
On-time syllabus completion
Good laboratory facilities
Department being lead by efficient Head of the Department
Good infra-structure

Weakness:
R&D is not satisfactory and is to be improved
Collaboration with major industrial houses yet to pick up
Students below par performance in competitive exams at national level
Insufficient placement in core companies


Opportunities:
To Achieve the status of Deemed University
Consider the industry inputs to re-design the syllabus
Larger number of internal contact hours with students for counseling and guidance
of students by faculty

Challenges:
Outsourcing of final year students projects strategic plan
Under capacity utilization of facility
Fluctuating demand in core Industry












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Evaluative Report of the Department

1. Name of the department : Master of Business Administration (MBA)

2. Year of Establishment : 2006

3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
PG MBA

Marketing

Finance
Human Resource Management

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Business Communication - Practical Humanities & Science
2 Statistical Data Analysis - Practical CSE
3 Management Information System CSE
4 Personal Effectiveness - Seminar Humanities & Science

5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program) MBA (PG Program)
- - I Year Semester System
- - II Year Semester System

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1
Managerial Economics & Financial
Analysis (MEFA) Mechanical Engineering
2
Managerial Economics & Financial
Analysis (MEFA) EEE
3
Managerial Economics & Financial
Analysis (MEFA) CSE
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4
Managerial Economics & Financial
Analysis (MEFA) ECE
5
Managerial Economics & Financial
Analysis (MEFA) CIVIL
6
Industrial Management (IM)
Mechanical Engineering
7
Management Science (MS)
EEE
8
Management Science (MS)
CSE
9
Management Science (MS)
ECE
10
Management Science (MS)
CIVIL

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO

8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO

9. Number of Teaching posts:

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 -
Associate Professors 4 3
Asst. Professors 4 7

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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1 Mr. N. Guruvaiah
B. Tech, MBA;
UGC NET
Qualified,
(Ph.D)
Marketing
Assoc.
Professor
10
2 Mr. N. Syam Prasad
M. Com.,
MBA; UGC
NET Qualified
Finance
Assoc.
Professor
15
3 Mrs. V. Sarada MBA HR
Assoc.
Professor
8
4 Mrs. M. Shilpa
MBA
Finance Asst. Professor 4
5 Mrs. N. Anitha
MBA
Finance
Asst. Professor
4
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6 Mr. V. Mahesh
MBA
Marketing
Asst. Professor
1
7 Mr. B. Balakrishna
MBA
Marketing
Asst. Professor
1
8 Mr. J. Shivanand
MBA
HR
Asst. Professor
1
9 Mr. M. Sathish
MBA
HR
Asst. Professor
1
10 Mr. Sk. Shakeel
MBA
Finance
Asst. Professor
1
11. List of senior visiting faculty

S.No.
Name of the visiting
faculty
University/College Purpose
1 Dr.G. Vidyanadh IPE, Osmania
University
Guest Lectures
12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled (programmewise)
bytemporaryfaculty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
PG
NO

13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
PG MBA 1:12


14 Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned filled
System Administrators 01 01
Hardware Engineer 01 01
Lab Programmers 01 01
Admin. Executive - -

15 QualificationsofteachingfacultywithDSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D -
MPhil

-
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MBA 10
B.Tech -


16 Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO
17 Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal
grantsreceived.- NO
18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO
19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Numberofpaperspublishedinpeerreviewedj ournals(national/international)byfac
ultyandstudents

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

Monographs

Chapter in Books

Books Edited

Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

Citation Index

SNIP

SJR

Impact factor

h-index






Academic Year 2011-12 Journals
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S. no.
Name of the
author
Dept. Title of the paper Name of the journal
1
Mr. N. Guruvaiah
(Assoc.Prof)
MBA
Corporate Social
Responsibility and
Social Development
Role of Business
organizations in
globalization era
IOSR-JHSS
Mr. M. Bhupathi
Rao, (Accounts
Officer)
2
Mr. N. Syam
Prasad
(Assoc.Prof)
MBA
Spirituality at
workplace The
Economic spirituality
of Bhagawan Sri
Sathya Sai Baba
MIJMR
Dr. V. Prabhakar
3
Mrs. V. Sarada
MBA
A comparative study
on vedic
management
principles in
Ramayana and
modern management
principles
IIMIE



20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated - NO

S No Yea
r
Project Name Customer Project
Value
Principal
Investigat
or
Associate
Investigators



21..Faculty as members in.
a) National committees : - NO
b) International Committees : -NO
c) Editorial Board : -NO

22. Student projects
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme: 100%
Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: NO

23 .Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NO
Faculty:
S.NO Faculty name Awards/ Recognitions
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Students:

S.No. Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class
Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s) Award/Reward
Academic Year 2013-14
1
Green
Marketing
M. Swathi
II
MBA
KITS, Kodad March-14 Winner
2
Green
Marketing
B. Ravi
II
MBA
KITS, Kodad March-14 Winner
3
Poster
Presentation
K. Vijaya
Nandini
II
MBA
KITS, Kodad March-14 Winner
4
Poster
Presentation
K. Lavanya
II
MBA
KITS, Kodad March-14 Winner
Academic Year 2012-13
1
Paper
Presentation
K. Vijaya
Nandini
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner
2
Paper
Presentation
V. Ramya
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner
3 Ad making
Sk. Hasan
Pasha
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner



Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals


S. no. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal
1


Mr. N. Guruvaiah
&
Mr. M. Bhupathi Rao


Corporate Social
Responsibility and
Social Development
Role of Business
organizations in
globalization era
IOSR-JHSS
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2
Mr. N. Syam Prasad
&
Dr. Vasa Prabhakar

Spirituality at workplace
The Economic
spirituality of Bhagawan
Sri Sathya Sai Baba
MIJMR

b. Research publications in conferences Students: NO

C. Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

ACADAMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.
No
FACULTY
NAME
WORKSHOP/SEMINAR
ATTENDED
DATE ORGANIZED BY
UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

1 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Natural Resource
Management
04.06.2012
to
23.06.2012
JNTUH-ASC,Hyd.
2 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Research Methodology
&IBM SPSS 20.0
07.09.2012
to
09.09.2012
JNTUH & IBM
SPSS,Hyd.
3 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
42 nd ISTE convention 20.12.2012
to
22.12.2012
Anurag Group of
Institutions(CVSR),Hyd.
ACADAMIC YEAR 2013-14

1 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Management capacity
enhancement program
24.09.2014
to
30.09.2014
IIM, Indore
2 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Transformations in
Engineering Education
16.01.2014
to
18.01.2014
BVB College of
Engineering and
Technology (BVBCET),
Hubli, Karnataka, India
3 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Igniting Spirit of
Innovation in Faculty
and students of
Engineering Colleges,
25.01.2014 Srinidhi institute of Tech
& Sciences
4 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
CSR and Social
Development Role of
Business organizations
in globalization era
07.03.2014
to
08.03.2014
Madinepally Institute of
Technology
&Sciences,Madinepally
5 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Impact of FDIs on
Indian retail Industry.
27.03.2014
to
29.03.2014
Department of
Commerce,Osmania
University
6 Mr. N.
Guruvaiah
Management capacity
enhancement program
24.09.2014
to
30.09.2014
IIM, Indore
7 Mr. N. Transformations in 16.01.2014 BVB College of
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Guruvaiah Engineering Education to
18.01.2014
Engineering and
Technology (BVBCET),
Hubli, Karnataka, India
8 V. Sarada & N.
Anitha
Work-Home balance
and well being
25.03.2014 Kakatiya University,
Warangal
ACADAMIC YEAR 2011-12

1
N. Syam
Prasad
A one day work shop on
teaching methodology
for management
teachers
Jan 2012 IPE, OU, Hyd
2
ACADAMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
N. Syam
Prasad
Summer Research
Faculty Fellow Program
13.05.2010
to
30.06.2010
IIT, Delhi

(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty

ACADAMIC YEAR 2012-2013
S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized by Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1
09.08.2012 Online Trading
Ignite Financial
Solutins, Hyd
Faculty 41
ACADAMIC YEAR 2011-2012
1
6.1.2012.
A one day
work shop on
Success in
success
Md. Rizwan
Pasha,
WIPRO
Technologies,
Hyd
Faculty 95
ACADAMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
28.02.2011
Contemporary
Management
Issues
Dr. G.
Vidyanadh.
CBIT, Hyd
Faculty 30

(e) Guest lecturers organized

Academic Year 2012-13

S.N
o
Guest Subject Date Students
1 Mr. E. Anil Kumar,
GATE College.
Kodad
Financial Management 02/02/2013
I & II
MBA
students
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2 Mr. G. Krishnam
Naidu,
Aravindaksha
Engg. College,
Suryapet
Marketing Management 12/03/2013
I & II
MBA
students
Academic Year 2011-12

1 Mr. K. Ramanadh, SBIM,
Khammam
Project Work 12 March
2012
II MBA
students
2 Dr. M. Radhakrishna
Murthy, SBCE, Khammam
Marketing Management
Feb 15
th
&
16
th
2012
I & II
MBA
tudents
Academic Year 2010-11
1 Dr. AR.Arysri,
JNTU, Hyd
Management Practices
13.03.2011
I & II
MBA
students
2 Dr. S. Narayana
Swamy
Marketing Management
10.04.2011
I & II
MBA
students



(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students

ACADAMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized by Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1
09.08.2012 Online Trading
Ignite Financial
Solutins, Hyd
MBA
students
80
2
14.12.2012
A one day work
shop on
Success in
success
Md. Rizwan
Pasha, WIPRO
Technologies,
Hyd
MBA
students
71
ACADAMIC YEAR 2011-2012
1
6.1.2012.
A one day
work shop on
Success in
success
Md. Rizwan
Pasha,
WIPRO
Technologies,
Hyd
MBA
students
95
2
12.03.2012
Guest Lecture
on Project
work
Dr. G.
Vidyanadh,
CBIT, Hyd
MBA
students
45
ACADAMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
28.02.2011
Online
Trading
Ignite
Financial
MBA
students
110
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Solutins, Hyd
2
23.03.2011
Guest Lecture
on Project
work
Mr. K.
Ramanth
MBA
students
110

(g) The details of students achievements & workshops attended by students at various
places for the three academic years.
Academic Year2012-13
S.No. Title of the
Paper
Graduate
Name
Class Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s) Award/Reward
1
Paper
Presentation
K. Vijaya
Nandini
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner
2
Paper
Presentation
V. Ramya
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner
3 Ad making
Sk. Hasan
Pasha
I
MBA
CVSR, HYD
Jan,
2013
Winner
Academic Year2011-12
1 Paper
Presentation
Md.
Raheemunnisa
I
MBA
MITS, Kodad
Feb,
2012
Runner
2 Paper
Presentation
M. Anusha &
Y. Poojitha
I
MBA
KITS, Kodad
Jan,
2013
Runner
Academic Year2010-11
1
Paper
Presentation
Swathi & Sri
Laxmi
I
MBA
GATE, Kodad
7&8
th

October,
2010
Winner
2 Paper
Presentation
NVSL Swathi
D
I
MBA
SKEC,
Khammam
Feb,
2010
Winner
3 Young
Manager
NVSL Swathi
D
I
MBA
SKEC,
Khammam
Feb,
2010
Winner
4
Ex-Tempore
NVSL Swathi
D
I
MBA
SKEC,
Khammam
Feb,
2010
Winner

24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department

S.No Name of the Visitors Organization/Institution
1 Dr. G. Vidyanadh IPE, Osmania University, Hyd
2
Dr. S. Narayana
Swamy
Lakshya Inst. Tech. and Sciences, Khammam

25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
b) National

s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 National level Paper
resentation
Avishkar-2012 SELF
2 National level Paper
resentation
Avishkar-2011 SELF
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3 National level Paper
resentation
Avishkar-2010 Andhra Bank,
Kodad

b) International: - NO

26. Student profile programme/course wise:
PG Program- MBA

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2006-08
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET/ICET

60 40 20 90
2007-09 60 39 21 98.33
2008-10 60 30 30 96.67
2009-11 60 39 21 98.33
2010-12 56 36 20 94.64
2011-13 45 30 15
84.44

*M=Male F=Female

27. Diversity of Students

Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
MBA 100 - -



28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified
2008 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 60 42 100 70
2009 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 60 42 100 70
2010 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 60 42 100 70
2011 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 60 42 100 70






29. Student progression:

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Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG -
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D 1
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other than Campus recruitment

15
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 5

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library

Total No. of Volumes 1692
Total No. of Titles 221
National & International Journals 21
Magazines 10
Project Reports 320
E-Journals IEEE, Wiley Blackwell, Science Direct, Mc
Graw Hill Access Engineering, ASTM
Digital Library, J-Gate Engineering.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department

MBA

b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
1
Class room

Black board, LCD Projector on trolley, OHP, fans ,
lights, Benches Chair and Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, OHP, fans , lights, Benches Chair
and Table




d) Laboratories

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S.No
Curriculum
LabDescription
No of
Equipments
Quality of Instruments
1
English
Language and
Communication
Skills
60
S/WReq:GloborineH/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual
Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse,Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
2 IT Workshop 30
S/W Req: Window Xp Sp2,Ms Off2007,Linux,
spss, SQL
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu 1.8GHz,Ram-
1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-17,Optical Score
Mouse,Multimedia Key Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good,

31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or
other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government 126
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars
-
3 TEQIP -

32. Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inaddition to regular
curriculam
s.no A.Y.
Description
Class
Number
of
students
Special
lectures/
Workshops/
seminars
Topic
Resource person
name
1
2012-
13
Seminar Management of Technology
Dr. S. Narayana
Swamy
II
MBA
40
2.
2012-
2013

Seminar Management Fundamentals Mr. E. Anil Kumar
I
MBA
41
3.
2011-
12

Seminar
Marketing Management B. Suresh Kumar
II
MBA
40
4
2011-
12

Seminar
Human Resource
Management
Mrs. Preethi
I
MBA
41
5
2010-
11
Seminar Principles of Management

Dr. G. Vidyanadh
I
MBA
41
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33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

o Lecture interspersed with discussions
o Lecture with a quiz
o Role plays
o Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
o Team Project
o Case studies
o Presentations
o Simulations


34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp.


35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:
Strengths:
Competent Faculty
World class Infrastructure
R&D Facilities

Weakness:

Rural Orientation
Lack of Industrial Exposure

Opportunities:

Scope for R&D funds

Consultancy Services
Challenges:
Enhancing Industry Institution Interaction (I-I-I)

Improving Student Employability During current Recission








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1. Name of the department : Electronics and Communication Engineering
2. Year of Establishment : 2001
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
UG B-Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
PG M-Tech
VLSI System Design
Embedded Systems

Wireless and Mobile Communications

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Mathematics III Humanities & Science
2 Probability Theory and Stochastic Process Humanities & Science
3 Environmental Studies Biotechnology
4 Electrical Circuits EEE
5 Principles of Electrical Engineering EEE
6 Electrical Engineering Lab EEE
7 Control Systems EEE
8 Computer Organisation CSE
9 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis MBA
10 Object Oriented Programming CSE
11
Advanced English Language communication
Skills Lab
Humanities & Science
12 Management Science MBA
13 Computer Networks CSE
14 Mathematics I Humanities & Science
15 Mathematics Methods Humanities & Science
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16 English Humanities & Science
17 Engineering Physics Humanities & Science
18 Engineering Chemistry Humanities & Science
19 Computer Programming and Data structures CSE
20 Engineering Drawing Mechanical
21 Computer Programming Lab CSE
22 Engineering Physics/Engineering Chemistry Lab Humanities & Science
23 English Language communication Skills Lab Humanities & Science
24 IT Workshop/Engineering Workshop CSE & Mechanical
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program) M.Tech(PG Program)
I Year Annual I Year Semester System
II Year Semester System II Year Semester System
III Year Semester System
IV Year Semester System

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1 Electronics Devices and Circuits EEE & CSE
2 Electronics Devices and Circuits Lab EEE & CSE & Mechanical
3 Electronic Circuits EEE
4 IC Applications EEE
5
Microprocessors and
Microcontrollers EEE
6
Microprocessors and
Microcontrollers Lab EEE
7 Microprocessors and Interfacing CSE
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8 Microprocessors and Interfacing Lab CSE

9 VLSI Design CSE
10 Switching theory and Logic design EEE
11 Digital Logic Design CSE

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO


8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO

9. Number of Teaching posts:

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 2 2
Associate Professors 4 4
Asst. Professors 26 26



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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1 Dr.T.Anil Kumar Ph.D

Professor

2 Dr.N.Ravi Kumar Ph.D

Professor 10
3 M.Basha M.Tech

Assoc. Prof. 7
4
B.Durga Malleswar
Reddy
M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Assoc. Prof. 6
5 K.Veenanand M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 5
6 V.Santosh Kumar M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 5
7 M.Sandeep M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 4
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8 T.Sreedevi M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 6
9 Ch.Srinu M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 4
10 K.Raghava krishna M.Tech ES Asst. Prof. 2
11 K.Sravanthi M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 2
12 M.A. Wajeed M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Asst. Prof. 2
13 K.Tirupathi Rao M.Tech CS Asst. Prof. 2
14 Y.Chalapathi Rao M.Tech
VLSI System
Design
Assoc. Prof. 9
15 N.Ravi Kumar M.Tech CS Assoc. Prof. 10
16 L.Nageswara Rao M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
17 CH.Udaya Bhaskar M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 2
18 G.Parthasaradhi M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
19 D.Srikanth M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
20 D.Pulla Rao M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
21 V.Ramsunder M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
22 P.Vamshipreetham M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
23 G.Mahesh M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
24 N.Jagadish M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
25 K.Ramsanker Reddy M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
26 S.Naresh M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
27 P.Rupesh Kumar M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
28 A.Prasanna M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
29 N.Madhu M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
30 D.Praveen M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
31 A.Kiran Kumar M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1
32 B.Eshwar Chand M.Tech

Asst. Prof. 1

11. Listofseniorvisitingfaculty
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S.No.
Name of the visiting
faculty
University/College Purpose
1 Dr.K.Kishan Rao OU Development of Technical
Improvement

12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled (programmewise)
bytemporaryfaculty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
UG
NO
PG
NO




13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
UG B.Tech 1:15
PG M.Tech 1:12




14. Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned filled
Lab Technicians 06 06


15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D 2
MPhil

-
M.Tech 30


16. Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO
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17. Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal
grantsreceived.- NO


18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO


19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Numberofpaperspublishedinpeerreviewedj ournals(national/international)byfac
ultyandstudents

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

Monographs

Chapter in Books

Books Edited

Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

Citation Index

SNIP

SJR

Impact factor

h-index

S.No
Depart
ment
Name Of the
Author
Title of the paper Type
Conference
Name/Journal
Name
1 ECE
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Balaji S
A Robust Technique for
Multi User Detection in the
presence of Signature
Uncertainties
Conference PECCS 2012
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2 ECE N.Ravi Kumar
Modified Low Power H.264
Architecture for Mobile
Communication
Journal
International
Journal of
Wireless
Networks and
Communications
3 ECE
Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Anil Kumar T
Bit- Error Probability of M-
ary Phase Shift keying with
MRC Receive Diversity
over Nakagami-m Fading
Channel
Conference ISPA 2011
4 ECE
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Anil Kumar T
Bit- Error Probability of M-
ary PSK with MRC
Diversity Reception over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel Using Simple
bounds on Gaussian Q-
Function
Journal ISMS 2013
5 ECE
Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Habibulla Khan
Blind Multiuser Detection
in Nakagami-m Fading
Channels with Impulsive
Noise
Conference
6 ECE
Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Balaji S
Robust Multiuser Detection
in Synchronus DS-CDMA
System with MRC Receive
Density over Nakagami-m
Fading Channel
Journal
Advanced
Engineering
Forum
7 ECE
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Habibulla Khan
Robust Multiuser Detection
in DS-CDMA System over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel with Impulsive
Noise including MRC
Receive Density
Conference
8 ECE
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Habibulla Khan
Robust Multiuser Detection
in DS-CDMA System over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel using Practical
Swarm Optimization
Conference ISPA 2013
9 ECE
T.Nageswara
Rao
Srinivasa Rao V
Basha M
INVESTIGATION OF
CAPACITY BOUNDS FOR
MIMO SYSTEM FOR
WIRELESS
COMMUNICATIONS
Journal
International
Journal of
Network and
Mobile
Technologies
10 ECE T.Nageswara
Rao
Srinivasa Rao V
Evaluation of MUSIC
Algorithm for a Smart
Antenna System for Mobile
Communications Conference
2012 International
Conference on
Devices, Circuits
and Systems
(ICDCS)
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11 ECE
N.Ravi Kumar
M.Vishwanath
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
An Area Efficient 32-bit
Carry-select
Adder for Low Power
Applications Journal
International
Journal of
Computer &
Communication
Technology
(IJCCT), ISSN
(ONLINE)
12 ECE
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Srinivasa Rao V
Channel Estimation and
Enhanced
Performance Method for
MIMO
OFDM Conference
National
Conference on
VLSI, Signal
Processing and
Embedded
Systems
13 ECE
V Santhosh
Kumar
K Laxmipatyhi
An Efficient Twos
Complement Multiplier
With FPGA
Implementation
Journal
IOSR Journal of
VLSI and Signal
Processing (IOSR
-JVSP)
14 ECE
K.Anuradha
Rupesh kumar
T.Narasimha
rao
Radix-8 Booth Encoded
Modulo Multiplier Journal
International
journal of
electronics and
communication
technology


20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated

21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees : -
b) International Committees : IEEE
c) Editorial Board : IETE


22. Student projects

a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme: 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: NO


23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Students:
S.No
Name of the
student
Bran
ch
Name of
the
Topic/Even
t
Name of
the
Institutio
n, Place
Acade
mic
Year
Achievem
ent
1
N. Mahitha
B. Mounika
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2010-
11
Consolatio
n
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2 S.Kiran
ECE
Dancing
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
3
V.Jayaprakash,
V,Prasanna
ECE Glider
EXPO
Symbiosis
Group of
Institution
2011-
12 Winner
4
S. Madhu
ECE
Quiz
SBIT-
Khamma
m
2011-
12 Winner
5 B.Navya
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
6
S.Madhu,
S. Manoj,
P.Pavan santhosh
ECE Technical
Quiz
SKEC-
Khamma
m
2011-
12 Runner
7
V.Jayaprakash
ECE Robotic
Expo
LBCE-
MYLAVA
RAM
2011-
12 Winner
8
S.Kiran, S.Manoj,
P.Pavan
santhosh,M.Prem
Krishna
ECE
Technical
Quiz
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
9
Md. Shajiya
Begam




ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
10
S. Manoj Kumar
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
11
P. Pavan
Santhosh
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
12 R. Jyothi
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
13
P. Laxmi
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
14 G. Ramanamma
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
15 G.Lekhya
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
16
V.Jaya Prakash
ECE
TECHNICA
L VIDEO
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Runner
17 V.Jaya Prakash ECE ROBOTIC Anurag 2011- Runner
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College
12
18 V.Lavanya
ECE
CHESS
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
19
A. Sita
ECE
CIRCUIT
BREAKING
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
20 K. Vinoda
ECE
CIRCUIT
BREAKING
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Runner
21 M.Sahithi
ECE
JAM
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
22
M.Sahithi
ECE
ELOCUTIO
N
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
23 M.Sahithi
ECE
PHOTOGR
APHY
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
24 S. Manoj Kumar
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2012-
13 Winner
25
K. Bhavani
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2012-
13 Runner
26
P. Naveen
K. Nagalaxmi
Sk. Reshma
N. Priyanka
Ch. Praneetha
Mani Manjari
A. Nalini
ECE
Technical
Quiz
LITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
27
P. Naveen
D. Praveen
ECE
SKIT
SITS-
Khamma
m
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
28
A.Nalini
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
LITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
29 A. Jyosna
ECE
Robotic
Refueling
Mechine
SCEC-
Suryapet
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
30 Ganga ECE Paper LITS- 2012- Consolatio
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Presentatio
n
KHAMMA
M
13 n
31
Naveen
ECE
SKIT
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
32
T. Pavan
Santhosh
M. Prem Krishna
A. Guravaiah
S. Kiran
ECE
Technical
Quiz
KITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13 Winner
33
V.JayaPrakash,V.
Prasanna
ECE Glider
EXPO
Symbiosis
Group of
Institution
2012-
13 Winner
34
K. Bhavani
M. Ganga
P. Naveen
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
35 J. Swetha
ECE
Rangoli
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
36 M. Ganga
ECE
Rangoli
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
37
K. Siva Anusha
ECE
Circuit
Debugging
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
38
Ashok
Akshay Teja
ECE
Group
Dance
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
39
P. Sahithi
N. Sai Ramya
Sree
G. Pavani
ECE
Techincal
Quiz
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
40
P. Kanaka
Ratnam
P. Naveen
D. Praveen
ECE
Techincal
Quiz
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
41
B. Mahesh
P. Akshay Teja
ECE
Poster
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
42
K. Swaroop
J. Charles Nelson
A. Naga Sai
Krishna
ECE
Poster
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
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43
P. Kranthi
|Bhagath
K. Harshavardhan
Reddy
ECE
Project
Expo
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
44
K. Swaroop
J. Charles Nelson
ECE
Project
Expo
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
45 S.Vasavi
ECE
Elocution
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
46
V. Ramadevi
Venkata





ECE Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13
Winner
47 G. Madhavi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
48 R. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
49
A. Anusha
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
50 M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
51 Ramadevi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
52
Priyanka
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
53 S. Vasavi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
54 B. Anusha
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
2012-
13 Runner
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College
55
M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
56 S. Naga Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
57 M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner


Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals


S.No
Name Of the
Author
Title of the paper
Conference
Name/Journal
Name
1
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Balaji S
A Robust Technique for
Multi User Detection in the
presence of Signature
Uncertainties
PECCS 2012
2 N.Ravi Kumar
Modified Low Power H.264
Architecture for Mobile
Communication
International
Journal of
Wireless
Networks and
Communications
3
Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Anil Kumar T
Bit- Error Probability of M-
ary Phase Shift keying with
MRC Receive Diversity
over Nakagami-m Fading
Channel
ISPA 2011
4
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Anil Kumar T
Bit- Error Probability of M-
ary PSK with MRC
Diversity Reception over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel Using Simple
bounds on Gaussian Q-
Function
ISMS 2013
5
Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Habibulla Khan
Blind Multiuser Detection
in Nakagami-m Fading
Channels with Impulsive
Noise

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Srinivasa Rao V
Vinay Kunar P
Balaji S
Robust Multiuser Detection
in Synchronus DS-CDMA
System with MRC Receive
Density over Nakagami-m
Fading Channel
Advanced
Engineering
Forum
7
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Habibulla Khan
Robust Multiuser Detection
in DS-CDMA System over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel with Impulsive
Noise including MRC
Receive Density

8
Vinay Kumar P
Srinivasa Rao V
Habibulla Khan
Robust Multiuser Detection
in DS-CDMA System over
Nakagami-m Fading
Channel using Practical
Swarm Optimization
ISPA 2013
9
T.Nageswara
Rao
Srinivasa Rao V
Basha M
INVESTIGATION OF
CAPACITY BOUNDS FOR
MIMO SYSTEM FOR
WIRELESS
COMMUNICATIONS
International
Journal of
Network and
Mobile
Technologies
10
T.Nageswara
Rao
Srinivasa Rao V
Evaluation of MUSIC
Algorithm for a Smart
Antenna System for Mobile
Communications
2012 International
Conference on
Devices, Circuits
and Systems
(ICDCS)
11
N.Ravi Kumar
M.Vishwanath
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
An Area Efficient 32-bit
Carry-select
Adder for Low Power
Applications
International
Journal of
Computer &
Communication
Technology
(IJCCT), ISSN
(ONLINE)
12
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Srinivasa Rao V
Channel Estimation and
Enhanced
Performance Method for
MIMO
OFDM
National
Conference on
VLSI, Signal
Processing and
Embedded
Systems
13
V Santhosh
Kumar
K Laxmipatyhi
An Efficient Twos
Complement Multiplier
With FPGA
Implementation
IOSR Journal of
VLSI and Signal
Processing (IOSR
-JVSP)
14
K.Anuradha
Rupesh kumar
T.Narasimha
rao
Radix-8 Booth Encoded
Modulo Multiplier
International
journal of
electronics and
communication
technology

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b. Research publications in conferences

Students: NO

C.Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

S.NO NAME DESIGNATION PROGRAM NAME VENUE MONTH&YEAR
1 Dr,N.Ravi Kumar
Professor
NCAR (E-Swecha) Hyderabad December 2010
2 Dr,N.Ravi Kumar
Professor
Digital Learning
Technologies Hyderabad March 2011
3 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
National Level Workshop on
VLSI System Design Hyderabad May 2008
4 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Data Communications and
Networking Warangal June 2008
5 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Recent Trends in Signal
Processing and Image
Processing Guntur December 2008
6 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Services over IP:
Implementation options and
challenges
OU
Hyderabad July 2010
7 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
NCAR (E-Swecha) Hyderabad December 2010
8 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Design and development of
mobile and embedded
systems Hyderabad Feb 2011
9 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Recent advances in signal
processing Mailavaram May 2011
10 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
International workshop on
computation theory and
information technology MACAU December 2011
11 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
ABET Accreditation Process Hyderabad Feb 2012
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12 V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Evaluation of Music
Algorithm for a smart
antenna system for mobile
communications
Coimbatore March 2012
13
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Conference for Organising
Workshops
Hotel Park,
Vizag
October 2012
14
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Vlsi SOC Architecture and its
implementation
BITs Pilani
Hyd campus
December 2012
15
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
ISTE Annual Convention Hyderabad DEC 2012
16
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
VLSI SOC Architecture and
its FPGA implementation
Hyderabad December 2012
17
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Functional verificarions of
ARM SOC using mentors
queste platform
Hyderabad December 2013
18
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Multi User Detection For DS-
CDMA Systems
overNakagami-m Fading
channels using particle
swarm optimization
Malasysia March 2013
19
V.Srinivasa Rao
Associate
Professor
Managing excellence
academic institutions for
HOD'S Of TEQIP Institutions
Hyderabad October 2013
20
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
MHRD on Signal Processing
NIT,
Warangal
May 2008
21
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
VLSI Design
MITS,
Kodad
Feb 2009
22
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
Real Time Implementation of
algorithms using Texas
instruments DSPs & Mixed
Signal processing
JNTUH,
Hyderabad
june 2010
23
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
NPTEL & NMEICT
NIT,
Warangal
August 2012
24
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
ISTE Annual Convention Hyderabad DEC 2012
25
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
26
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
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M.Basha
Associate
Professor
Enhancing Quality of
Technical Education and
research
IIT,
Hyderabad
August 2013
28
M.Basha
Associate
Professor
TEQIP Innovation meet 2013
ICT,
Mumbai
September 2013
29
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
WorkShop on VLSID
MITS,
Kodad
Feb 2009
30
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
NCAR (E-Swecha) Hyderabad December 2010
31
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
Design and development of
mobile and embedded
systems Hyderabad Feb 2011
32
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
Evaluation of Music
Algorithm for a smart
antenna system for mobile
communications
Coimbatore March 2012
33
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
34
T.Nageswara
Rao
Associate
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
35
V.Santhosh
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design Tools by
Mentor Graphics
Hyderabad June 2012
36
V.Santhosh
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
37
V.Santhosh
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
38
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Assistant
Professor
VLSI, Signal Processing and
Embedded systems
Hyderabad August 2012
39
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Assistant
Professor
ISTE Annual Convention Hyderabad DEC 2012
40
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
41
B.Durga
Malleswara
Reddy
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
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K.Veenanand
Assistant
Professor
Advanced Embedded and
RTOS
Warangal July 2012
43
K.Veenanand
Assistant
Professor
ISTE Annual Convention Hyderabad DEC 2012
44
K.Veenanand
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
45
K.Veenanand
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
46
K.Raghava
Krishna
Assistant
Professor
Advanced Embedded and
RTOS
Warangal July 2012
47
K.Raghava
Krishna
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
48
K.Raghava
Krishna
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
49
P.L.S.Narasimha
Rao
Assistant
Professor
Digital Signal Processors
and Archetectures
Hyderabad Jan 2012
50
P.L.S.Narasimha
Rao
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
51
P.L.S.Narasimha
Rao
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
52
Mr.SANDEEP M
Assistant
Professor
Research Methods and
LaTeX
NIT,Trichy September 2013
53
Mr.SANDEEP M
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
54
Mr.SANDEEP M
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
55
V.Neetu
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
56
V.Neetu
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
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(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty
57
Ch.Srinu
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
58
Ch.Srinu
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
59
T.Sridevi
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
60
T.Sridevi
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
61
K.Sravanthi
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
62
K.Sravanthi
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
63
T.V.Nagalakshmi
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
64
T.V.Nagalakshmi
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
65
P.Ravi Krishna
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
66
P.Ravi Krishna
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
67
K.Anuradha
Assistant
Professor
Advances In Signal
Processing, VLSI & Digital
Communication Systems
AEC, Kodad March 2013
68
K.Anuradha
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2013
69
P.Lakshman
Assistant
Professor
A New accriditation system
and its importance on
Outcome Based Education
AEC, Kodad July 2014


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ACADAMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized
by
Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1
FEB
"Recent
Technological
aspects in
communication
systems" under
TEQIP
ECE, Dept Faculties 40
2
MAR
"Study of signals
analog and
digital
communication
systems using
MATLAB"
ECE, Dept Faculties 35
3
MAR
Advances in
signal
processing, VLSI
& Digatal
communication
systems
ECE, Dept Faculties 44
4
JUL
New
accreditation
system & its
importance On
OBE
ECE, Dept Faculties 30
ACADAMIC YEAR 2010-2011

1
MAR
Seminar on
GSM Cellular
technologies
ECE, Dept Faculties 34
2
APR
Work shop on
VLSI design
using Verilog
HDL
ECE, Dept Faculties 43
3
SEP
Seminar on
Device
modeling&
Application in
IC design.
ECE, Dept Faculties 32
4
NOV
Two days work
shop on PCB
design
ECE, Dept Faculties 29


(e) Guest lecturers organized
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Academic Year 2012-13

S.No Guest Subject Date Students
1 Mr.Joseph Landes
Mr. Phani Kondepudi
(Lead-Lse, Academic
Access And
Alliances, Microsoft)

Motivational talk
12/02/2013
III Year
2
Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys, Mysore
Work shop on
Bridging The Gap
Between Industry
And Academy
(Fn) as a part of
ACM chapter
Inauguration

02/02/2013
III and IV
year
Academic Year 2011-12

1 Mrs. Nagaratna Guest Lecture on
advanced problem
solving
12 March
2012
IV year
2 Mr.M.Ravi Kumar
Rainbow Finishing
School
Web Designing
Feb 15
th
& 16
th
2012

III year
Academic Year 2010-11

1
Mr.Srinath Reddy
Coign
Android Training
2
nd
Nov 2011
To 28
th
Dec
2011
III Year
2
Rainbow Finishing
School
Adobe Photoshop
17
th
Nov 2011
To 19
th
Nov
2011
II Year






(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students

ACADAMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.no Month Workshop
name
Organized
by
Targeted
audience
No of Participants
1
FEB
"Recent
Technological
ECE, Dept III ECE 120
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aspects in
communication
systems" under
TEQIP
2
MAR
"Study of signals
analog and
digital
communication
systems using
MATLAB"
ECE, Dept Faculties 120
3
MAR
Advances in
signal
processing, VLSI
& Digatal
communication
systems
ECE, Dept Faculties 120
4
JUL
New
accreditation
system & its
importance On
OBE
ECE, Dept Faculties 120
ACADAMIC YEAR 2010-2011


1 MAR
Seminar on
GSM Cellular
technologies
ECE, Dept Faculties 120

2
APR
Work shop on
VLSI design
using Verilog
HDL
ECE, Dept Faculties 120

3
SEP
Seminar on
Device
modeling&
Application in
IC design.
ECE, Dept Faculties 120

4 NOV
Two days work
shop on PCB
design
ECE, Dept Faculties 120


(g) The details of students achievements & workshops attended by students at various
places for the three academic years.

S.No
Name of the
student
Bran
ch
Name of
the
Topic/Even
t
Name of
the
Institutio
n, Place
Acade
mic
Year
Achievem
ent
1
N. Mahitha
B. Mounika
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2010-
11
Consolatio
n
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2 S.Kiran
ECE
Dancing
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
3
V.Jayaprakash,
V,Prasanna
ECE Glider
EXPO
Symbiosis
Group of
Institution
2011-
12 Winner
4
S. Madhu
ECE
Quiz
SBIT-
Khamma
m
2011-
12 Winner
5 B.Navya
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
6
S.Madhu,
S. Manoj,
P.Pavan santhosh
ECE Technical
Quiz
SKEC-
Khamma
m
2011-
12 Runner
7
V.Jayaprakash
ECE Robotic
Expo
LBCE-
MYLAVA
RAM
2011-
12 Winner
8
S.Kiran, S.Manoj,
P.Pavan
santhosh,M.Prem
Krishna
ECE
Technical
Quiz
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
9
Md. Shajiya
Begam




ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
10
S. Manoj Kumar
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
11
P. Pavan
Santhosh
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12 Winner
12 R. Jyothi
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
13
P. Laxmi
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
14 G. Ramanamma
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
15 G.Lekhya
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2011-
12
Consolatio
n
16
V.Jaya Prakash
ECE
TECHNICA
L VIDEO
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Runner
17 V.Jaya Prakash ECE ROBOTIC Anurag 2011- Runner
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EXPO Engineeri
ng
College
12
18 V.Lavanya
ECE
CHESS
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
19
A. Sita
ECE
CIRCUIT
BREAKING
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
20 K. Vinoda
ECE
CIRCUIT
BREAKING
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Runner
21 M.Sahithi
ECE
JAM
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
22
M.Sahithi
ECE
ELOCUTIO
N
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
23 M.Sahithi
ECE
PHOTOGR
APHY
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2011-
12 Winner
24 S. Manoj Kumar
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2012-
13 Winner
25
K. Bhavani
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
MITS-
KODAD
2012-
13 Runner
26
P. Naveen
K. Nagalaxmi
Sk. Reshma
N. Priyanka
Ch. Praneetha
Mani Manjari
A. Nalini
ECE
Technical
Quiz
LITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
27
P. Naveen
D. Praveen
ECE
SKIT
SITS-
Khamma
m
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
28
A.Nalini
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
LITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
29 A. Jyosna
ECE
Robotic
Refueling
Mechine
SCEC-
Suryapet
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
30 Ganga ECE Paper LITS- 2012- Consolatio
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Presentatio
n
KHAMMA
M
13 n
31
Naveen
ECE
SKIT
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
32
T. Pavan
Santhosh
M. Prem Krishna
A. Guravaiah
S. Kiran
ECE
Technical
Quiz
KITS-
KHAMMA
M
2012-
13 Winner
33
V.JayaPrakash,V.
Prasanna
ECE Glider
EXPO
Symbiosis
Group of
Institution
2012-
13 Winner
34
K. Bhavani
M. Ganga
P. Naveen
ECE
Paper
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13
Consolatio
n
35 J. Swetha
ECE
Rangoli
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
36 M. Ganga
ECE
Rangoli
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
37
K. Siva Anusha
ECE
Circuit
Debugging
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
38
Ashok
Akshay Teja
ECE
Group
Dance
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
39
P. Sahithi
N. Sai Ramya
Sree
G. Pavani
ECE
Techincal
Quiz
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
40
P. Kanaka
Ratnam
P. Naveen
D. Praveen
ECE
Techincal
Quiz
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
41
B. Mahesh
P. Akshay Teja
ECE
Poster
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
42
K. Swaroop
J. Charles Nelson
A. Naga Sai
Krishna
ECE
Poster
Presentatio
n
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
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P. Kranthi
|Bhagath
K. Harshavardhan
Reddy
ECE
Project
Expo
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
44
K. Swaroop
J. Charles Nelson
ECE
Project
Expo
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
45 S.Vasavi
ECE
Elocution
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
46

V. Ramadevi
Venkata





ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
47 G. Madhavi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
48 R. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
49
A. Anusha
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
50 M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
51 Ramadevi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
52
Priyanka
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Winner
53 S. Vasavi
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
54 B. Anusha
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
2012-
13 Runner
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ng
College
55
M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
56 S. Naga Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner
57 M. Mounika
ECE
Debate
Anurag
Engineeri
ng
College
2012-
13 Runner

24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department

S.No Name of the Visitors Organization/Institution
1 Prof. K.Kishan Rao OU
2
Prof. Prathap
REDDY
JNTUH


25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

c) National

s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 National level Paper
presentation
Ascarya-2012 SELF
2 National level Paper
presentation
Ascarya-2013 SELF

b) International: -



26. Student profile programme/course wise: (required the information from office)
UG Program-B.Tech (ECE)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2001-05 BATCH
Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
50 34 16 90
2002-06 BATCH 56 38 18 92
2003-07 BATCH 60 41 19 90
2004-08 BATCH 60 35 25 95
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Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2005-09 BATCH the state
government
based on
performance in
EAMCET

60 38 22 94
2006-10 BATCH 90 57 33 92
2007-11 BATCH 114 79 35 96
2008-12 BATCH 134 80 54 93
2009-13 BATCH 117 71
46
95
*M=Male F=Female


PG Program-M.Tech (VLSISD)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2007-09 BATCH Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

15 10 5 81
2008-10 BATCH 24 18 6 79
2009-11 BATCH 15 12 3 76
2010-12 BATCH 28 26 2 84
2011-13 BATCH 3 3
0
100
PG Program-M.Tech (ES)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2008-10 BATCH Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

5 3 2 95
2009-11 BATCH 6 5 1 98
2010-12 BATCH 6 5 1 93
2011-13 BATCH 10 6 4 91
PG Program-M.Tech (ECE)


Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2010-12 BATCH Admissions are 4 3 1 97
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Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2011-13 BATCH centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

1 1 0 100


PG Program-M.Tech(WMC)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2013-15BATCH Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
GATE/
PGECET

9 4 5 -----


27. Diversity of Students

Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
B.TECH (ECE) 100 - -
M.TECH (ECE) 100 - -



28.How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified
2008 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 48 37 80 77
2009 GATE/GRE/TOEFL 29 21 35 72
2010 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 35 27 30 87
2011 GATE/GRE/TOEFL/ICET/CAT/PGECET 40 30 40 80

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29.Student progression:

Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 80
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D -
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other then Campus recruitment

15
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 5

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a)Library

Total No. of Volumes 206
Total No. of Titles 182
National & International Journals 13
Magazines 10
Project Reports 500
E-Journals IEEE, Wiley Blackwell, Science Direct, Mc
Graw Hill Access Engineering, ASTM
Digital Library, J-Gate Engineering.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department

Electronics Communication & Engineering

b)Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
1
Class room

Black board, LCD Projector on trolley, OHP, fans ,
lights, Benches Chair and Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, OHP, fans , lights, Benches Chair
and Table



d)Laboratories
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S.No
Curriculum
LabDescription
No of
Equipments
Quality of Instruments
1
Electronic Devices
& Circuits Lab

15
CRO,FG,RPS,BB,Resistance
box,capacitance box,stabilizers and Trainer
kits etc..
Quality=Good
2

PDC & ICA
30
CRO,FG,RPS,BB,Resistance
box,capacitance box,stabilizers and Trainer
kits etc..
Quality=Good
3
Analog
Communications
173
CRO,FG,RPS,BB,Resistance
box,capacitance box,stabilizers,Dso and
Trainer kits etc..
Quality=Good
4
Microprocessors
And
Microcontrollers
80
(including20
Interfacing
Kits)
S/W Req: Window Xp Sp2,Ms
Off2007,Linux
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu
1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse,Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good
5
Basic Simmulation
and Digital Signal
processing Lab
70(including10
DSK Kits)
S/W Req:Turboc
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu
1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse, Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet,
Quality=Good
6 MWE & DC
1).MW bench-
5,Gps-2,KPS-
3 and various
mw
components
2).DC
trainerkits-50
CRO,FG,RPS,BB, stabilizers etc..
Quality=Good
7 Embedded systems
35(including
embedded
trainer kit)
S/W Req: Oracle 10g
H/W:Intel(R),Pentium Dual Cpu
1.8GHz,Ram-1GB,Hard Disk-80GB,LCD-
17,Optical Score Mouse,Multimedia Key
Board,ATX Cabinet
Quality=Good

31.Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or
other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government 1207
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars
1207
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3 TEQIP 1207



32.Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.

CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inaddition to regular
curriculam
s.no A.Y.
Description
Class
Number
of
students
Special
lectures/
Workshops/
seminars
Topic
Resource person
name
1
2012-
2013

Seminar
Motivational Talk On Bridging The Gap
Between Industry And Academy
Mr.Madhan Kumar
Srinivasan
R&D,Infosys,
Mysore
III&IV
ECE
150
2
2012-
2013
Seminar
IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on Lotus Domino

Mr.Rajendra
IBM
IV
ECE
100
3
2012-
2013

workshop
IBM AcademicInitiative
Training Programmeon
WebApplicationDevelopment
Using RAD & DB2
Mr.Sandesh
ADP
IV
ECE
95
4
2012-
13
Seminar
Microsoft Innovation Center-
Motivational Talk on Igniting
the Young Minds
Mr.Joseph
Landes,DPE
Mr. Phani
Kondepudi
(Lead-Lse,
Academic Access
And Alliances,
Microsoft)
II & III
ECE
110
5
2011-
12
Workshop Android Programming
Mr.Srinath Reddy
Coign Pvt. Ltd
IV
ECE
90
6
2011-
12

Workshop

3 Days Workshop
On Adobe Photoshop
Rainbow Finishing
School
III &
IV
ECE
155
7
2011-
12
Workshop

IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on RAD
Mr.Harshavardhan
Ibm
IV
ECE
120
8
2011-
12
Workshop

IBM Academic Initiative Training
Programme on RAD
Mr.Pooraja
Jkc
IV
ECE
120
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
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All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

o Lecture interspersed with discussions
o Lecture with a quiz
o Role plays
o Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
o Team Project
o Case studies
o Presentations
o Simulations

34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp.

35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:
Strengths:

1. Experienced, dedicated and highly qualified faculty members.
2. Well equipped laboratories with excellent infrastructure.
3. Eco friendly and amicable working atmosphere.

Weakness:

1. Inadequate industry interaction
2. Majority of students from rural areas.
3. Lack of patents

Opportunities:
1. Close industry interaction and understanding industry needs.
2. Opportunities for corporate training, Consultancy and placements.
3. More PG courses in upcoming technologies.
4. Innovation in teaching learning process.
5. Preparing students for GATE,GRE,TOEFL and others.

Challenges:

1. 100% placements.
2. Efforts to change mindset of students
3. Collaboration with foreign universities.
4. To adopt technological enhanced learning.









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1. Name of the department :Civil Engineering
2. Year of Establishment : 2009
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered

COURSE OFFERED NAME OF THE COURSE SPECIALIZATION
UG B-Tech Civil Engineering

4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

S.No. NAMES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES DEPARTMENT INVOLVED
1 Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering EEE
2 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis Humanities & Science
3 Mathematics-II Humanities & Science
4 Probability & Statistics Humanities & Science
5 Environmental Studies Biotechnology
6 Management Science Humanities & Science
7 Mathematics Methods Humanities & Science
8 English Humanities & Science
9 Engineering Physics Humanities & Science
10 Engineering Chemistry Humanities & Science
11 Computer Programming and Data Structures CSE
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :

B.Tech(UG Program)
I Year Annual
II Year Semester System
III Year Semester System
IV Year Semester System

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6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

S.No. COURSE NAME OFFERED TO(DEPT.NAME)
1 Engineering Drawing CSE
2 Engineering Drawing EEE
3 Engineering Drawing ECE

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NO


8. Details of courses/programmesdiscontinued (if any) with reasons: NO

9. Number of Teaching posts:

Sanctioned Filled
Professors 1 1
Associate Professors 02 --
Asst. Professors 13 13



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

S.no Name of Faculty Qualification specialization Designation
Experience
(Years)
1
Dr. S.MURALIDHAR
YADAV
Ph.D EE PROFESSOR 21
2
C
MANIKANTAREDDY
B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 02
3 M.SWETHA B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 02
4
M.RAJENDRA
PRASAD
B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
5 S.PAPARAO B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
6 V,SRUTHI B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
7 CH.PRATHYUSHA B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 02
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8 P.SATYANARAYANA M.Tech CE ASST.PROF 05
9 B.VEERENDRANATH B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
10 A. SHIVA KRISHNA B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
11 T.RAVI KUMAR B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
12 D.RAMESH BABU B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
13 G.NARENDAR B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01
14 M.CHINTU B.Tech CE ASST.PROF 01



11. List of senior visiting faculty

S.No.
Name of the visiting
faculty
University/College Purpose
1 N.BALARAMSWAMY SURVEY OF INDIA GIS & REMOTE SENSING
2 Dr.D.V.RAO OU Trends in Civil Engineering
12. Percentageoflecturesdeliveredandpracticalclasseshandled(programmewise)bytemporaryfac
ulty.
Programme
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty
UG
NO
PG
NO

13. Student-TeacherRatio(programmewise)
Program Name Student Teacher Ratio
UG B.Tech 1:15
14. Numberofacademicsupportstaff(technical)andadministrativestaff;sanctioned andfilled

Supporting Staff Sanctioned Filled
Lab Technician 02 02

15.QualificationsofteachingfacultywithDSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG.

Qualifications of Teaching faculty Number
Ph.D 1
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MPhil

-
M.Tech 2
B.Tech 11
16.Numberoffacultywithongoingprojectsfroma)Nationalb)Internationalfunding agencies
andgrantsreceived- NO


17.Departmentalprojectsfundedby DST-FIST;UGC, DBT, ICSSR,etc.andtotal grantsreceived.-
NO


18. ResearchCentre/facilityrecognizedbytheUniversity: NO


19. Publications:

Publicationperfaculty

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals(national/international)
by faculty and students

Number of publications listed in International Database(For Eg: Web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities InternationalComplete, Dare Database- International Social
Sciences Directory,EBSCOhost,etc.)

Monographs

ChapterinBooks

BooksEdited

BookswithISBN/ISSNnumberswithdetailsofpublishers

CitationIndex

SNIP

SJR

Impactfactor

h-index




20. Areasofconsultancyandincomegenerated

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S No Yea
r
Project Name Customer Project
Value
Principal
Investigat
or
Associate
Investigators
1 201
3
Verifying quality
of material used
for construction
Reliance
infra
Structure
5000 C
Manikantar
eddy
M.Rajendra
Prasad


21.Faculty as members in
a) National committees : -
b) International Committees : -
c) Editorial Board : CII

22.Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme:100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution
i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: NO
23.Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Students:

S.No
.
Title of
the Paper
Graduate Name
Clas
s
Name of the
Event&Venue
Date(s
)
Award/Rewar
d
Academic Year 2011-12
1
Green
Concrete`
P Manasa III CE SVCE Sep-11 Winner
2
Recycling
of
Aggergate
s
Sai Chowdry III CE GIST,Jpt Sep-11 Runner
Academic Year 2012-13
1
GIS
Remote
sensing
MadhuSudhanaRedd
y
IV
CE
SBIT
,Khammam
Aug-12 Runner
2 Sky Bus BalaKrishna
IV
CE
SBIT,Khamma
m
Aug-12 Runner
Academic Year 2013-14
1
Submerge
d Floating
Tunnels
Rajesh
IV
CE
KITS
Khammam
Feb-14 Winners

Faculty activities/ achievements
a. Research publications in national/ international journals
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b. Research publications in conferences

Students: NO

C.Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops attended by faculty

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

S.
No
FACULTY NAME WORKSHOP/SEMINAR
ATTENDED
DATE ORGANIZED BY
UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

1 C.Manikantareddy ISTE Dec 20
to23
AGI
2 M.Swetha ISTE Dec 20
to23
AGI
3 C.Manikantareddy Latest techquincs for
testing of concrete
Aug
04-07
ESCI
4 C.Manikantareddy Management capcity
enhancement Program
Sep24-
30
IIM
5 DVNV Lakshmi
Alekhya
Visiting Hyderabad
Metro Rail
April
15
L&T
6 V Sruthi Visiting Hyderabad
Metro Rail
April
15
L&T


(d) Details of conferences/ seminars/ workshops/ FDPs/ short-term courses
organized for faculty


(e) Guest lecturers organized


Academic Year 2012-13

S.No Guest Subject Date Students
1
Dr.N.RDakshinaMurthy
Utilization of
Flyash in
concrete making
02.08.12
IV year
2
Dr.D.V.Rao
Geotechnical
Investigations
22.02.13
III & IV Year






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(f) Details of values added courses / seminars/ symposium/ workshops organized for
students



24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department

S.No Name of the Visitors Organization/Institution
1 JagadeshBabu JH Company
2 Srihari MES


25.Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

d) National

s.no
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshops
Topic
source of
funding
1 National level Paper
resentation
Aadya-2014 SELF

b) International: -


26.Student profile programme/course wise: (required the information from office)
UG Program-B.Tech (CSE)

Name of the
Course/programme
Applications
received Selected
Enrolled
Pass
percentage
*M *F
2009-13 BATCH



Admissions are
centrally
conducted by
the state
government
based on
performance in
EAMCET

46 31 15 100
*M=Male F=Female


27.Diversity of Students
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Name of the Course % of students from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from abroad
B.TECH (CE) 100 - -

28.How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET,
SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Year Exam Appeared Qualified % Appeared % Qualified






29.Student progression:

Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 80
PG to M.Phil. -
PG to Ph.D -
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral -
Employed
Campus selection
Other then Campus recruitment

17
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment 3

30.Details of Infrastructural facilities
a)Library

Total No. of Volumes 206
Total No. of Titles 182
National & International Journals 13
Magazines 10
Project Reports 500
E-Journals IEEE, Wiley Blackwell, Science Direct, Mc
Graw Hill Access Engineering, ASTM
Digital Library, J-Gate Engineering.
Audio/Video Lectures NPTEL Audio & Videos
Department

Civil Engineering

b)Internet facilities for Staff & Students
100 Mbps Internet facility for Staff & Students
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c) Class rooms with ICT facility:

S.No Room Usage
1
Class room

Black board, LCD Projector on trolley, OHP, fans ,
lights, Benches Chair and Table

2 Staff PC, internet, book rack
3 Tutorial room
Black board, OHP, fans , lights, Benches Chair
and Table



d)Laboratories

Name of
the
Laboratory
Name of the Equipment(s)
No of
Equipments
S
u
r
v
e
y
i
n
g

Measuring Tapes 30 M 6
Ranging Rods 2 M 20
Dumpy levels with stand 6
Metric Chains 30 M 6
Metric Chains 20 M 6
Cross staff 6
Arrows 60
Plane table with Stand 6
Opticle Square 6
Theodolite 60

Prismatic compass with Stand
60
Levelling staff

60
E
n
g
i
n
e
e
r
i
n
g

G
e
o
l
o
g
y

Minerals 21
Igneous Rocks 06
Sedimentary Rocks 07
Metamorphic Rock 06
Wooden Trays 50
Sturctural Geology Maps 03
DRM-Nalgonda 01
Geological and Mineral Resource Map of AP 01
Streak Plates 04
Magnifying lenses 10
Geological map of India 01
G
e
o
t
e
c
h
n
i
c
a
l

E
n
g
i
n
e
e
r
i
n
g

Sand Pouring Cylinder Apparatus 01
Sieve Shaker 01
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Set of Sieves 01
Permeability Apparatus 01
Compaction test Apparatus Light Compaction 01
Compaction test Apparatus Heavy Compaction 01
CBR Test Apparatus 01
Unconfined compression tester 01
Direct Shear test 01
Vane shear Test 01
Electric Oven 01
Pycnometer 04
Measuring Cylinder 1000ml 02
Measuring Cylinder 500ml 02
Measuring Cylinder 100ml 02
Moisture content 25
Stop Watch 02
E
n
v
i
r
o
n
m
e
n
t
a
l

E
n
g
i
n
e
e
r
i
n
g
Digital PH Meter 03
Digital Turbidity Meter 02
Digital Conductivity Meter 03
Digital Electronic Balance 01
BOD Incubator 01
Distillation Water 01
C
o
n
c
r
e
t
e

a
n
d

H
i
g
h
w
a
y

M
a
t
e
r
i
a
l


Aggregate Cruching Value Apparatus 02
Aggregate impact testing machine 01
Pycnometer 04
Specific Gravity Bottle 02
Density Basket 02
Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine 01
Length Gauge 02
Thickness Gauge 02
Bitumen penetrometer Electronic 01
Ductility testing machine 01
Ring and Ball Apparatus 01
Pensky Martens Apparatus 01
Sieve 90 Microns 04
Vicat Apparatus 03
Lechatellier Flask for specific Gravity of Cement 02
Lechatelier Apparatus for Soundness test on cement 02
Specific Gravity Bottle 03
Concrete cube moulds 150X150X150 28
Tamping Rod 02
Vibrating Table for casting of cubes 01
Cube moulds for cement 70.6X70.6X70.6 06
Slump Test Apparatus 03
Cylinder Moulds 150X300 12
Measuring Cylinder 04
Gauging Trowels 04
Trays 30X30 02
Trays 30X45 02
Trays 90X60 02
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Measuring Cylinder PVC 1000ml 04
Bitumen Mixing Bowl 02
Beaker 500ml 02
Beaker 250ml 02
Beaker 100ml 02
Electronic Balance 01
Set of Sieves 01


31.Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or
other agencies.

S.No College/University/Govt/Other No. of students
1. Andhra Pradesh State government
240
2. AICTE Grant-in-Aid PG scholarship for
GATE scholars
---
3 TEQIP ---

32.Details on student enrichment programme (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with
external experts.

CRT classes are conducted four periods per week inadditionto regular
curriculam


33.Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
All the classrooms are equipped with teaching aids like, glass boards, with Provisionfor
OHP, LCD and WI-Fi Connectivity.

o Lecture interspersed with discussions
o Lecture with a quiz
o Role plays
o Demonstration (Such as model, laboratory, field visit)
o Team Project
o Case studies
o Presentations
o Simulations


34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Independence day celebration, blood donation camp.


35.SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:

Strengths:
Latest laborator Facilities.
Good Library Facilities.
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World class infra-structure
On time syllabus completion
Conducting events under departmental assosication
Department works under strategic plan
Weakness:
Unavailable of IS Codes
Lack of industrial exposure.
Opportunities:
Redesign of the syllabus as per Industry requirements.

Challenges:
Filling gap between insitiute and Industry.





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ANNEXURES







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Annexure I
Copy of Gant/Renewal of Permanent Affiliation from
the Academic Year 2013-14 by JNTUH, Hyderabad.








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Annexure II

Copy of Certificate of recognition u/s 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC Act





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Annexure III
Copy of AICTE Extension of Approval for the academic year 2013-14





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Annexure IV
Copy of Accreditation Status of Programmes of the Institute by National
Board of Accreditation, New Delhi in 2008