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III.

INPUTS FROM DEPARTMENTS


1.

HISTORY

2.

ECONOMICS

3.

POLITICS

4.

COMMERCE

5.

PHYSICS

6.

CHEMISTRY

7.

MATHEMATICS

8.

BOTANY

9.

ZOOLOGY

10. ELECTRONICS
11. COMPUTER SCIENCE
12. ENGLISH
13. TELUGU
14. HINDI

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of History.
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 24
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400 SFT
List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc.or equivalent) offered by the department together With
the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.A(History)

U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35

Student strength
155

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Teachers with other specific eligible M.Phil
qualification(specify)NET
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
03

Female
-

Total
03

01
01
02
01
00
00

00
00
00
00

01
01
02
01
00
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance
If yes, to what extent?

The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the


departmental requirements. Though following the common core syllabus, the
department is free to plan its own annual plan of teaching ,schedule of tests,
Seminars,Guest lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same State where the college is located


Students from other state
NRI students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
67
Nil

Male
186
Nil

Total
253
Nil

67

186

253

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

By conducting seminars, monthly tests, Remedial Measures provided for


poor students by taking extra classes.

10. Furnish the following details(in figures):


Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam

UG
59
15
44
44

PG
00
00

Passed in first class


University ranks, if any

: 27
: 02
: 01
: 01,Rs.26,293/: 01
: 01
: 01

Batch2 2002-05

00

Total
59
15
44
44

UG
51
12
39
37

PG
00
00
00
00

Total
51
12
39
37

18

00

18

09

00

09

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
03
13. How often were national/international seminars,workshop etc. Organized at the
department?
Yes, Once in a Year.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
research
or both?
The department is maintaining linkages with eminent Professors of
the ANU, SVU, CU, AU. The Dept is closely linked with national and state level
research Organizations like, A.P History congress, I.H.C & G.D.H.A.
15. (a) List the teaching staff,with their designations, qualifications,fields of
specialization,years of experience,age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
Dr.V.K.Mohan
M.Dasu
K.Benjamin
Y.Sambasiva Rao

Designation
Principal
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
Ph.D
M.phil
M.A
M.A

Specialization

Age

Sex

Archaeology
Indian History
Indian History
Indian History

57
32
34
42

M
M
M

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the
Teacher
Dr.V.K.Mohan
M.Dasu
K.Benjamin
Y.Sambasiva Rao

U.G.

P.G.

Research

33
04
01
15

00
00
00
00

10
02
00
00

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows,awardees etc.?
one, one FIP M.Phil.
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects,publishing regularly,etc.)?
50%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Archaeology
History of Modern India
Anceint Indian History
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field laboratories,
animal house, computing facility, major quipment, mortuary, postmortem facilities
experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available and acquired over the
years?
Archeological museum established in the year 1987. Maps, charts, globe, epidiascope,
slides, etc were acquired over the years.
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
25, list added
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
NO
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+3 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
3hrs per Day with students and twice in a month with committee .
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.

By conducting tests, Seminars and by giving assignments.


26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending Refresher Courses, Orientation Courses and by self study.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Rs-70,000/- from ICHR,UGC

29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Nil, Provides information on Indian culture through artifacts in the archeological
museum.
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time
teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
1:1
92.2%
50%
50%
1:2

P.G

Research

3:0
40:1
20

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

UGC fellowship for FIP


33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
The History Department of our College has been functioning since the inception of
the college in 1969.At present there are three numbers in the department.
Dr.V.K.Mohan,M.A,M.Phil,Ph.D,Principal,
Sri M.Dasu,Lecturer,
Sri Y.Sambasiva Rao,Lecturer.
Sri K.Benjamin,Lecturer(Part time).
The founder Principal of our college has been a lecturer in History and hence
associated with the department. He received best teacher award from the State
Governament.He served as Principal till 1983 and then as correspondent of our
College.He also worked as correspondent and secretary till 1998.Sri C.Apparao,Sri
M.Bhaskara Rao,Sri Ch.Harshawardhana Rao,Sri P.Prabhakar and Sri Y.Rajaram also
served our department.

This is the college, where history, as a great humanizing force has


been recognized and given due place in the academic studies in the college.Our
college has hosted the prestigious Andhra pradesh History congress 11th session on
5th&6th January 1987.A number of distinguished people like Proof.Irfan Habeeb,
Chairman of I.C.H.R, Prof D.N.Jha of Delhi University,Dr.V.V.Krishna Sastry,Director of
Archaeology,Dr M.L.Nigam, Curator of Salarjung Museum,Prof N.G.Ranga,
Parliamentarian,Kisan leader,Prof V.Ramakrishna, Central University,Prof M.Krishna
Kumari of Andra University, Prof S.Nagaraju of Central University, Dr K.Subramanyam
,Deputy Director of Higher Education and more than hundred delegates participated
in that conference.
Our College has also hosted the third and sixth session of
Guntur District History Association. Eminent scholars like Prof Dada Abdul Baker of
Myduguri University, Nigeria, Prof P.Ramalakshmi, Prof D.B.Murthy, Prof. V.S.sastry of
Nagarjuna University participated in the sessions.
Our Library is stocked with some choicest collection of Books on
art and Architecture, on ancient,medieval and modern history and the liberal arts.
There are 1200 books in English and 400 books in Telugu ,we are subscribing to two
Magazines -Marg and Bharathi. These are very valuable to both the staff and the
students. In addition we have established a Museum in 1987 where these culptures
and artifacts from Mohanjadaro to Vijayanagar are displayed along with photos of
Temples and Stupas, reprints of Mughal, Rajasthan paintings are kept .The display to
the students and the public aims at fostering a deep interest in our cultural heritage.
We are using visual aids like the slide projector, the
Epidiascope, maps and charts. We focus the paintings ,sculptures, monuments etc
on a screen and explain them for the students .we find this interesting, impressive
and useful.
Another salient feature of the dept is the study tours .Every
year the students of B.A. go on a study tour to historically important places like
Hampi, Mahanandi, Golkonda, Hanumakonda, Warangal, Mahabalipuram, Kanchi etc.
Such tours enable them to have a proper understanding of history and their learning
does not remain bookish. Most of the lecturers and teachers working in the coastal
area of Guntur are our former students. Under COHSSIP of UGC we surveyed the
monuments in Guntur district and a report covering all aspects was published.
Sri P.Prabhakar former lecturer of our Department has taken
an active part in the extension activities like Janmabhoomi and during his tenure the
college was awarded a cash prize of Rs-2,00000/- by the government of Andhra
Pradesh, thus bringing laurels to the college.
We are proud to say that Dr.V.K.Mohan of our department, working
since 1972 is presently the Principal of our college. His unique achievements are ..
Teacher Fellowship

: U.G.C., F.I.P., 1988 89.

Co Ordinator

: U.G.C., COHSSIP, 1984 89.

Research Guide

: Nagarjuna University appointed as research guide for


M.Phil, and Ph.D. Scholars.
: 1. Temples of Pakanadu, I.C.H.R., 1992 94.
2. Extensions of Cola Art and Architecture :Telugu
Colas of Nellore a case study, U.G.C.,1994 96.
3. Urban and Rural Interaction A case study of South
Coastal Andhra, BC 300 AD.1300, I.C.H.R., 1997 99.
4. Art and Architecture of the Temples of Velanadu,
U.G.C.2000 02.

Research Projects
completed

Books Published

: 1. Art and Architecture of the Telugu Cola Temples,


New Delhi, 1995.
2. Paper I, Indian History up to 1526 A.D., B.A. I Year,
Lesson Writer, Centre for Distance Education
Nagarjuna Universiry (N.U), 1992.

3. Paper II, Indian History from 1526 A.D., B.A. II Year,


Lesson Writer & Editor, Centre for
Distance Education, N.U.,1993.
4. Paper III, History of Modern Europe, B.A. III Year,
Lesson Writer & Editor,Centre for Distance
Education,N.U.,2005.
5. Paper IV, Indian Archaeology with reference to
Andhra., B.A. III Year, Lesson writer, Centre for
Distance Education, N.U., 2005.
6. Paper IV, History of U.S.A., B.A. III Year, Lesson
Writer, Centre for Distance Education, N.U., 2005.
7. Paper IV, History of Modern Andhra, B.A. III year
Lesson Writer, Centre for Distance Education,
N.U., 2005.
8. M.A., History I Year Paper I, History of India up to
1206 A.D. , Lesson Writer, Centre for Distance
Education, Acharya Nagarjuna University (A.N.U), 2003.
9. M.A., History I Year Paper II, History of Andhras
up to 1336 A.D., Lesson Writer, Centre for
Distance Education, A.N.U., 2004.
10. M.A., History I Year Paper III, History of South
India (1336 1765), Lesson Writer, Centre for
Distance Education, A.N.U., 2003.
11. M.A., History I Year Paper IV, History of Modern
Europe (1789 1919), Lesson Writer, Centre for
Distance Education, A.N.U., 2004.
12. M.A., History II Year Paper I, History of India II
( Mughals and Marathas ), Lesson Writer, Centre for
Distance Education, A.N.U.,
2005.
13. M.A., History II Year Paper II, Social and Economic
History of Modern India, Lesson Writer, Centre for
Distance Education, A.N.U., 2005.
14. M.A., History II Year Paper III, Historical Method with
special reference to Indian History,Lesson Writer Centre
for Distance Education, A.N.U., 2004.
15. M.A., History II Year Paper IV, History of contemporary
World, Lesson Writer, Centre for Distance Education,
A.N.U., 2004.
16. M.A., History II Year Paper V,History of Modern ndhra,
Lesson Writer,Centre for Distance Education,
A.N.U.,2004.
17. Intermediate I year, History, Lesson Writer, V.G.S.,
Vijayawada, 2005.
18. Intermediate II Year, History, Lesson Writer, V.G.S.,
Vijayawada, 2005.
19. Comprehensive History and Culture of Guntur District,
Lesson Writer & Editor, Guntur District History
Association, 2004.
National Seminars attended : 1. Temples of South India, U.G.C., Karaikudi, 1989.
2. Kakatiya Art and Architecture, U.G.C., Telugu
University, Srisailam, 1991.
3. Major trends in Urbanisation of Andhra, U.G.C., Telugu
University, Srisailam, 1994.
Workshops Attended

Seminars Conducted
at Nagaram

: 1. Telugu Academy Books, Review, B.I.E., Guntur, 1974.


2. Society and Economy of the Deccan, University of
Hyderabad U.G.C. Sponsored, 1987.
: 1. Challenge of Education A Policy Perspective, U.G.C.

1985, Coordinator.
2. Secular Traditions in Indian History A case study of
Madras Presidency, I.C.H.R., 1995, Coordinator.
3. Social Sciences : Utility and their future, 2001,
A.P.History Congress, Coordinator.
Research Papers Published

Articles Published

: 1. A stupa slab in S.V.R.M.College Museum, A.P.H.C.


Proceedings, 1987.
2. Manthena Venkata Raju As freedom fighter, A.P.H.C.
Proc., 1988.
3. Nature of Agricultural products in Bapatla Taluq,
A.P.H.C. Proc., 1989.
4. Temple Architecture in Pakanadu, A.P.H.C.Proc., 1991.
5. Vaisnava Iconography in Pakanadu, A.P.H.C.Proc., 1993.
6. Saivite temples of Pakanadu, A.P.H.C.Proc., 1994.
7. The contribution of Velagapudi family of Bellamvari
Palem to the society of CostalAndhra,
A.P.H.C.Proc.,1996.
8. Temples of Velanadu, A.P.H.C. Proc., 1999.
9. Temples of Gundlakamma Region, A.P.H.C. Proc., 2000.
10. Srikakulesvara temple at Srikakulam A study,
A.P.H.C. Proc., 2001.
11. Temples of Guddivadinadu, A.P.H.C. Proc., 2002.
12. Some aspects of Freedom Movement in Andhra,
Indian History Congress Proc., 1987.
13. Nature of Agricultural products in Repalle Taluq,
I.H.C. Proc., 1988.
14. Role of Mantena Venkata Raju in Propogating Congress
Ideology, I.H.C. Proc., 1990.
15. Extensions of Cola hegemony in Nellore Region and
growth of temples, I.H.C. Proc., 1990.
16. A rare Sculpture of Dvisuparna, I.H.C. Proc., 1999.
17. The Kakatiya Temples at Motupalli, T.U., 1991.
18. Urbanisation of Nellore Region, T.U., 1994.
: 1. Buddhist and Jain Centers of Andhra, Dr.
P.V.Parabrahma Sastry Felicitation Volume, Delhi, 2004.
2. Dvasuparna image from Krishnapatnam, Nellore District,
Prof. M.Radha Krishna Sarma Felicitation Volume,
Hyderabad, 2004.
3. The Spread of Temples in Velanadu region during
medieval times, Prof R.Soma Reddy Felicitation Volume,
New Delhi, 2005.
4. Temples in the region of Krishna river, Srisaila Prabha,
Srisailam, 2004.
5. Reddi Rajula Daanagunam, Reddi Patrika,
Hyderabad, 2003.
6. Temples Constructed by Reddi Kings, Reddi Patrika,
Hyderabad, 2004.
7. Role of Reddis in the Development of Telingana Region,
Reddi Patrika, Hyderabad, 2004.
8. Impact of Temples on the Society in Medieval Period,
Guntur Vaibhavam, Amaravathi Festival, Guntur, 2002.

Member

: Board of Studies, Acharya Nagarjuna University.

Paper setter for Degree

: Appointed as Degree Question paper setter by A.U.,


S.V.U., and S.K.D.U.

Local Secretary

: 1. A.P.History Congress, 11th session, Nagaram, 1987.


2. Guntur District Association, 3rd session, Nagaram, 1997.

3. Guntur District Association, 6th session, Nagaram, 2001.


Association with
Organizations

Achievements

: 1. Life Member, Guntur District History Association.


2. President, Guntur District History Association
(from 1994)
3. Life Member, A.P.History Congress.
4. Joint Secretary, A.P.History Congress.
(1987 88 & 2000 03 )
5. Executive Member, A.P. History Congress (1988 89)
6. Member, Indian History Congress.
: 1. Archaeological Museum established in S.V.R.M. College,
Nagaram with U.G.C. Aid. In 1987.
2. Established Guntur District History Association in 1994.

Re Orientation classes Organized to High SchoolTeachers:


1. Guntur, 1995.
2. Khajipalem, 1996.
3. Narasarao pet, 1998.
4. Repalle, 1999.
5. Guntur, 2001.
6. Bapatla, 2002.
Annual conferences organized
To college teachers

Conferences Attended

1. Chilakalurpet, 1995.
2. Tenali, 1996.
3. Nagaram, 1997.
4. Guntur, 1998.
5. Ponnuru, 2000.
6. Nagaram, 2001.
7. Guntur, 2002.
8. Bapatla, 2002.

: A) Andhra Pradesh History Congress :


1. Vijayawada, 1978.
2. Chirala, 1979.
3. N.U., 1980.
4. Guntur, 1986.
5. Nagaram, 1987.
6. Anakapalli, 1988.
7. Srisailam, 1989.
8. Warangal, 1990.
9. Nellore, 1991.
10. Tirupati, 1993.
11. Tenali, 1994.
12. Guntur, 1996.
13. Narsapur, 1999.
14. Rajahmundry, 2000.
15. Hyderabad, 2001.
16. Anaparthi, 2002.
17. Tirupathi, 2003.
18. Vijayawada, 2004.
19. Nagarjuna Sagar, 2005.
B) Indian History Congress :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Hyderabad, 1978.
Bombay, 1980.
Annamalai Nagar, 1984.
Goa, 1987.
Dharwad, 1988.

6. Gorakpur, 1989.
7. Calcutta, 1990.
8. Warangal, 1992.
C) Indian Archaeological Society, 1989, Guntur.
Refresher Courses Attended : 1. Alahabad University, Alahabad, 1994.
2. J.N.U. New Delhi., 1995.
3. Andhra University, Waltair, 1998.
4. Andhra University, Waltair, 1999.
Honors Received

: 1. Best Teacher award by Mallela Koteswara Rao Memorial


College, Repalle, 1995.
2.President, Local History Section,29th Session,
A.P. History Congress.

Places Visited

: Traveled widely in India and Nepal to study Historical,


Archaeological places viz, Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta,
Madras, Hyderabad, Chandragiri, Vellore, Warangal,
Hampi, Golkonda, Agra Fort, Red Fort, Kasi, Sarnath,
Ayodya, Kusi nagar, Katmandu, Jaipur, Goa, Dharwad,
Badami, Undavalli, Mahabalipuram, Kanchi, Tanjore,
Gangaikondacholopuram, Madurai, Chidambaram,
Ramesvaram, Calicut, Cochin, etc.

Tours Conducted

: Tours to places of Historical Importance were conducted


extensively for BA Students, viz., Madras, Mahabalipuram,
Kanchi, Tirukula kunram, Hampi, Motupalli, Amaravathi,
Undavalli, Moghalrajpuram, Nagarjuna Konda, Golkonda,
Hyderabad, Baptla, etc.

Specialized in

: Art History and History of Medieval Andhra.

ACTA, AP

: Branch Unit Secretary 1979 81.


Branch Unit Secretary 1990 92.
Branch Unit Chairman 2002 04.

Warden

: 1. S.C. Hostel, 1982 84.


2. B.C. Hostel, 1990 92.
3. Attached Hostel, 1984 85, 1992 94, 1998 2001.

Administration

: Involved actively in the College Administration from 1972.

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of Economics
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 24
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400SFT
List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc.or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

B.A. Economics
B.Com(Business Economics)

Level of
study
U.G
U.G.

Cut-Off marks
at entry level in %
35
35

Student strength
157
45

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
1

Female
1

Total
2

00
01
00
00
00

00
01
00
00
00

00
02
00
00
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the departmental
requirements

8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is located


Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
67
Nil
Nil
Nil
67

Male
186
Nil
Nil
Nil
186

Total
253
Nil
Nil
Nil
253

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to


provide enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed through monthly tests , Half yearly, Pre-public
Examinations and Seminars.The remedial classes are provided for backward
students.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in t
he department
Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04
UG
PG
Total
Admitted to the programme
59
59
Drop-outs
15
15
Appeared for the final year exam
44
44
Passed in the final exam
44
44
Passed in first class
18
18
University ranks, if any
-

:
:
:

100
4
1

:
:

Nil
One

Nil

Nil

Batch2 2002-05
UG
PG
Total
51
51
12
12
39
39
37
37
9
9
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
03
13. How often were national/international seminars,workshop etc.
Organized at the
department?
Once in a year conducting regional seminars.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research
or both?
The department is maintaining linkages with the professors of A.N.U.,A.U &
S.V.U.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the
teaching staff
K.Kanaka Rathnam

Designation
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.A.

Specialization

Age

Sex

Agricultural

30

B.Prakash Babu

Lecturer

Economics
Rural Economics

M.A.

31

(b ) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
K.Kanaka Rathnam
B.Prakash Babu

U.G.
4 Years
6 Years

P.G.
-

Research
1 Year

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows,awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects,publishing regularly,etc.)?
50%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Gramapanchayathi.
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden,field
laboratories,animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Nil
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
One :- Edupalli- Socio Economic survey.
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
18 hours per week with students and twice in a month on Academic matters with
academic committee
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


Through internal assignments,seminars and quiz.

26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By self study
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Free consultancy
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
1:1
100
40%
50%
1:1
2:0

P.G

Research

75:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
1. Sri.K.Ramakrishna Naidu, founder head of the dept.
of Economics is known for his proficiency in the
subject and is still in the thick of academic activities.
2. Sri.Y.V.Krishnamurthy and Sri.B.S.Bhaskara Rao were
also dedicated teachers and gave good ideas to
students about economics..
3. Smt. K.Kanakarathnam is a good teacher and she is
working as the head of the department at present.
With the help of students, she makes socio economic
survey of Edupally village, near the college head
quarters.

4. This Department, for sure, is a role model for all


teaching departments of academic institutions in
general and the department of economics in
particular.

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of Politics.
S.V.R.M. College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 24
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400SFT
List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.Phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.A Politics

U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35

Student strength
157

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the
highest Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
2
2
B. L. 1
B. Ed 1
00
00

Female
-

Total
2
2

00
00

1
1
00
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the departmental
requirements though following the common core syllabus, the department is free to plan
its own annual plan of teaching ,schedule of tests , Seminars, Guest lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is


located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
67

Male
90

Total
157

Nil
67

Nil
90

Nil
157

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly, Pre-public Examinations.
Special classes were conducted to backward students and revision of topics where
students have difficulty.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in t
he department
Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at workshops
/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
59
15
44
44
18
--

PG

Total
59
15
44
44
18
--

: 50
: 04
: 01
: Nil
: Nil
: 1
: 2

Batch2 2002-05
UG
51
15
39
37
9
--

PG

Total
51
15
39
37
9
--

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
02
Filled
:
02
13: How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc. Organized at the
department?
Once in a Year conducting regional seminars.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research
or both?
The department of politics is having linkages with eminent professors of
Acharya Nagarjuna and Andhra Universities.

15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the
teaching staff
A.Harikrishna

Designation
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.A

G.V.Surya Rao

Lecturer

M.A ,B .Ed

Specialization

Age

Sex

Fundamental
Rights
Constitution

39

44

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the
Teacher
A.Harikrishna
G.V.Surya Rao

U.G.

P.G.

Research

05 years
3 Years

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
None
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
None
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Nil
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Nil
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Collaboration, if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden,field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Nil
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?

13 hours per week with students 2 hours per month in academic matters
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting seminars, class tests and monthly tests, and
Interaction with each of the students.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By Self study
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
RS2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years?
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?

What are the

Free consultancy
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
3:1
82%
65%
30%
1:1
2:0

P.G

Research

75:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
The members of the Department are actively associated with the
Administrative work as well as extra curricular activities of the college.
1. The Department has been actively conducting annual political and administrative
Tours to understand the current political and administrative situation. Our farmer

2.
3.
4.

5.

6.

faculty member holds the responsibility of the above activitieses which have
become a healthy practice till today.
To our credit .Dr.M.V.Subba Rao the Founder of the Department served as a
Professor to S.V.University Tirupathi.
Sri .A.Satyam and Sri.K.Ajay Kumar,retired Lecturers have been acknowledged
as best Lecturers by the students.
Presently Sri. A.Harikrishna, Head of the Department,.sri.G.V.Surya Rao,
Lecturers, rendering their valuable services to their best. Sri .A.Hari Krishna
earlier practiced as an Advocate and is also doing social service under a charitable
trust .He is the Warden of B.C Hostel of our College. He is also the Treasurer of
Old students Association. Our Department has been involved in various
Associations actively.
We have conducted student benefit programmers like Mock Parliament . actively
this Connection we successfully performed it on 30th Dec 2005. BA students
participated in the event. We visited along with our B.A Students Local
Administrative Bodies, Judicial courts, Police Station at Repalle.
Sri.G.V.surya Rao is the Vice- Chairman of Adult Education Association. Sri
A.Harikrishna is the Vice- Chairman of the Humanities Association and Alumni
Association.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of Commerce
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 24
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400 SFT
List the different programmes(Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG

Diploma/PG/M.phil./Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with the


details required below:
Programme
B.Com

Level of
study
U.G

Cut-Off marks at entry


level in %
35%

Student strength
126

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
4

Female
0

Total
4

4
02
00
00

00
00
00

4
02
00
00

7. Does the departement have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No

Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the departmental
requirements. Though following the common core syllabus, the department is free
to plan its own annual plan of teaching , Schedule of tests , Practicals, Seminars,
Guest lecturers etc. When ever a course is self finance ,the management provides
funds even for aided courses the management provides funds when necessary.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the


college is located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female

Male

Total

21
Nil
21

105
Nil
105

126
Nil
126

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly Examinations.
The remedial measures are Assignments, special classes were conducted to
backward students and revision of Topics where students have difficulty.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
:100 Books
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the the department :01
Computers in t
he department
:01
Research projects completed during the last three
years And their total outlay
:Nil
Ongoing research projects
:Nil
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
:03
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
:02
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch-I( 2001-04)

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
60
15
45
28
04
-

PG
-

Total
60
15
45
28
04
-

Batch-II(2002-05)
UG
60
14
46
25
14
-

PG
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
05
Present position
:
04

Total
60
14
46
25
14
-

Filled
:
04
13. How often were national/international seminars,workshop etc.
department?
Once in a year

Organized at the

14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,


or both?

research

The department is having linkages with the Professors of A.N.U, Kakatiya,


Madhurai Kamaraj Universities.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the
teaching staff
B.Srinivasa Rao

Designation

P.Jayaseela Rao

Lecturer

I.Veera Babu

Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.Com.
M.Phil
M.Com.
M.Phil
M.com.

M.Samba Siva Rao

Lecturer

M.com.

Lecturer

Specialization

Age

Sex

Taxation
Commerce
Corporate A/c.
Commerce
Financial A/c.
Banking
Commerce
Advanced
Management
A/c. Business
Law Commerce

58

58

57

46

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
U.G.
P.G.
Research
B.Srinivasa Rao
33 Years
01 Year
P.Jayaseela Rao
33 Years
03 years
I.Veera Babu
32 Years
M.Samba Siva Rao
21 Years
16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
On F.I.P TWO
Sri B.Srinivasa Rao.
Sri P.Jaya seela Rao.
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
50%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Urban Banking in India
Public distribution system
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Computer facility is available at the computer Lab
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
20 hours per week - per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
18 hours per week with students and weekly once with the academic Committees
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


Conducting Monthly tests and taking care of slow learners,
Organizing seminars and exposing students to the outer world by taking them for
tours.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
Reading recent books and journals on the subject , attending state level seminars
and giving guest lectures in the neighboring colleges and attending Refresher
courses (UGC).
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What
are the outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Nil (Free consultancy)
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats

U.G
4:3

P.G

Research

Success rate (examination results)


Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

55%
50%
10%
0:4
4:0
32:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

UGC fellowship for FIP

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
1. Sri N.Koteswara Rao, B.Com(Hons) was the founder Head. Of the Department of
commerce . He worked as the Principal of K.V.R. & K.V.R College, Khagipalem on
Lien for two years and became the principal of our college for the decade i.e,
during 1983 to 1993.
2. Sri A.v.Raghava Rao, M.Com, ICWAL, Head. Of the Department of Commerce.
He has been the principal of our college from 2002 to 2004. He was qualified for
ICW while in service.
3. Sri B.Srinivasa Rao, M.Com,M.Phil,the present Head. Of the Department has been
the principal, FAC of our college in the year 2003-04. He worked as a warden for
SWSM Hostel for two years and warden main Hostel for three years . He got
M.Phil degree under UGC FIP.
4. Sri P.Jayaseela Rao, M.Com,M.Phil, Lecturer in Commerce was on deputation from
1/12/1998 to 30/11/2003 to B.C welfare Department as a Director, B.Cs study
circle, Guntur. As a Director he received merit certificate and certificate of
appreciation from Dist. Collector, Guntur and commissioner, B.C welfare
Hyderabad. He worked as an Editor for MERUGU monthly magazine published by
B.C welfare Dept. He did his M.Phil Achaya Nagarjuna University and submitted
his thesis on A.P tourism for the award of Ph.D. His contribution to Telugu
literature are Palavelli Book on Bala Sahityam, a Book on Vedic Literature for
competitive exams is under print.
5. Sri. I.Veera Babu, M.Com., is the incharge warden for Main Hostel and member of
the disciplinary committee of the college.
6. Lieutenant M.Sambasiva Rao, M.Com.,working as Lecturer in Commerce is the
Company Commander of NCC unit after successful completion of
precommissioned training for three months at officers training academy,
Kamptee. Again he attended officers Training Academy, Kamptee for one month
training for further promotion from second lieutenant to lieutenant. He has
achieved the following notable achievements so far.
(a) a Cadet by name L.Naga Raju of II B.Com has selected for basic
leadership course, New Delhi.
(b) Cadet B.Rama Krishna of II B.Com has selected for Republic Day parade,
New Delhi. He also got best cadet award from the Battalion. He was
awarded with an appreciation from the Honble Governor of Andhra
Pradesh.
(c) Cadet Ch. Mohana Krishna of second B.A has been selected for Talasena
camp, New Delhi.
All the above achievements first of its kind since the inception of
NCC unit in our college.

The members of the Department are active participants in extra


and co-curricular activities of the college since its inspection.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS:
1. Name and address of the department
2. Telephone number/s
3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld
No.

: Department of Physics
S.V.R.M.College . Nagaram.
: 08648-256724* 30
: U.G-1969 , P.G-2005
:

Description of the Building

Room No. Roof

Dimention
30X10

Total
SFT
Carpet
300

Total
SFT
Plinth
570

Store Room

34

RCC

Lab

35

RCC

30X30

900

1170

Lab

II

36

RCC

30X20

600

870

Museum Room

37

RCC

30X30

900

1170

Staff Rom

38

RCC

30X20

600

870

Lab III

39

RCC

30X30

900

1170

5. List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with

the details required below:


Programme

Level of study

B.Sc
M.Sc

U.G
P.G

Cut-Off marks at entry


level in %
35
35

Student strength
219
23

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers U.G and P.G


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify) M.Phil
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
05+02

Female
0+1

Total
08

01

01

06

01

08

01
06
-

01
06
-

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

No

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental requirements.. The department is free to plan its own annual plan of
teaching , Schedule of tests , Practicals, Purchase of equipment, seminars, guest
lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is


located U.G and P.G
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female

Male

Total

62+10
Nil
72

157+13
Nil
170

242
Nil
242

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by means of Unit tests ,half-yearly and pre-public
examinations, and seminars, Remedial measures are taken by conducting tutorial
classes and personal counseling for backward students..
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the the department
Computers in the department

: 120
: 02
: 01

Research projects completed during the last three


years And their total outlay
:
1.R.F properties of cartern nano tubes
2.R.F properties of hall measurements in proton
radiatedgraphite.
3.Radio active measurements in the soil sampiles.
Ongoing research projects
: 01
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
:
1. G.S.B Prabhakara Rao.
2. P.Srinivasa Rao.
3. Dr.V.V.Srinivas.
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
:
1. G.S.B.Prabhakara Rao
2. P.Srinivasa Rao
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04
Batch2 2002-05
UG
PG
Total
UG
PG
Total
Admitted to the programme
117
117
78
78
Drop-outs
20
20
14
14
Appeared for the final year exam
97
97
64
64
Passed in the final exam
63
63
47
47
Passed in first class
54
54
38
38
University ranks, if any
12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
05+03(UG+PG)
Filled
:
05+03(UG+PG)
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
organized at the
department?
Guest lecturers were organized by staff from D.R.D.L
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research
or both? Yes
1.Linked with Acharya Nagarjuna University for Research.
2.With Prof. Guo-meng zhao California state University ,Los Angles, U.S.A
3.With Prof. Pablo Esquinanzi, Leipzig University, Germany.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
U.G
G.S.B.PrabhakaraRao
P.Srinivasa Rao
Ch.K.Babu

Designation

Highest
Qualification

Specialization

Age

Sex

Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer

M.Sc
M.Phil
M.Sc

52
40
45

M
M
M

G.S.Rao
B.V.Rao
P.G
Dr.V.V.Srinivas

Lecturer
Lecturer

M.Sc
M.Sc

Nuclear Physics
S.S.Physics
Applied
Electronics
Nuclear Physics
Applied Physics

45
28

M
M

Lecturer

P.hD

41

S.Srikanth

Lecturer

M.Sc

23

M.D.V.Srilalitha

Lecturer

M.Sc

Condensed
Matter Physics
Solid state
Physics
Solid state

23

Physics
(b)

Experience of the teachers:

Name of the Teacher

U.G.

P.G.

Research

G.S.B.PrabhakaraRao
P.Srinivasa Rao
Ch.K.Babu
G.S.Rao
B.V.Rao
Dr.V.V.Srinivas
S.Srikanth
M.D.V.Srilalitha

29
16
15
18
03
-

1
1
1

15
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows,awardees etc.?
Two
1.DrM.V.Subba Rao, Bharath Jyothi award
2.Dr V.V.srinivasu-20 th century Achievement Award, American Biographical
Institute.
3.Twentieth century Award for Achievement, International Biographical
Center, Cambridge U.K
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
30%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.

Glass science
Superconductivity
Corbon-Magnetism and NanoMaterials
Carbon nano Tubes, NanoPhysics
Radioactivity Measurements and soil contamination.

19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.


Funding agency

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Work shop, Telescope, C.D, Spectrometer, G.M counter,16-m.m Projector, C.D
Projector, Hall measurement setup.
21.

what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its

immediate relevance or because it was not viable?


Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is
spent on committees that deal with academic matters?
20 hours per week with students, monthly twice with Academic
committees.
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


Regular assignments, Unit tests, Half-Yearly, Pre-Public Examinations and
seminars, quiz.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending refresher courses, workshops and national seminars and through
standard books and journals.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.19,000/27. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
28. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?

Yes
No
If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Free services Provided for domestic electric wiring.
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
2:1
88%
50%
60%
1:5
1:1

P.G

Research

40:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?

Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
Under Graduate
1. Workshop: It is obtained from the Grant of U.G.C and is catering to the general
needs that arise in construction of buildings, like drawing of water and electrical
fittings, regular maintenance of all the buildings, housing the departments of
Physics, Computers, Electronics, Botany, Zoology
.

2. 15.K.V.Generator:Operating and maintaining 15 K.V. power generator in times of


electrical non supply which is a general feature in this remote village, is thus
helpful in non-stop conduct of practical classes and examinations as per schedule.
3. Audio and visual Equipment: It contains equipment like Epidioscope and Over
head projector, Slide projector,16-mm film projector, C.D player audio mike
system lighting equipment and Photography lab(with dark room having
equipment) cater to the needs of conducting seminars, symposium and major
functions held at any department or the college as a whole, maintained and
utilized but the staff of the physics department. Short term courses are conducted
for the students (all having totally rural background ).A course in domestic
electric wiring and course in Photography out of the college working hours are
conducted periodically which help poor students from villagers to make some
earning from the training. The staff of the department have planned and
conducted these courses which are widely appreciated by parents and public.
4. Department Library and Physics Reading Room: Books obtained from, the UGC
funds under COSIP became the core books to which many books were added as
a ready reference library for the Physics staff and Physics students. The reading
room has been of help to the poor students for ready reference and note taking
under the guidance of learned Staff because it is housed in the department it self
along with the departmental Library.
5. Students Participation :
1. Enthusiastic students have been trained to focus to observe astronomical
objects eclipses and phenomena like ellipses including total solar eclipses,
using the terrestrial telescope denoted by the UGC and a small reflects
telescope procured by the department. This together with popular lectures by
the staff on cosmology and astrophysical problems helped, create interest
among the students on the cosmos.
2. Occasion like the birthdays of Great physicists, particularly that of C.V.Raman,
and the national science day have been celebrated with total students
participation involving them in small seminars group discussions ,quiz
programmers and essay writing on life and works of scientists .This ensured a
living interest of physics students in the adventurous lives of physicists and
marvelous discoveries in Physics.
3. Latest news items concerning the present day discoveries in Physics covered
in newspapers are put across the students for understanding and
appreciations through group discussions and question answers sessions and
brief seminars from students. This has improved the understanding of the
current trends in Physics.
4. Periodically the students have been guided to go on educational tours to
institutions of Physics located in cities like Madras, Bangalore, Hyderabad and
SHAR centers.
5. Subject of Physics in the syllabus has also been imparted by way of films like
PSSC(Physical sciences study committee), British council films and films from

other countries using 16 m.m projector in the department, guest lecturers


from specialists in the subject has been regular features.
6. The equipment procured under UGC-COSSIP grant for the Physics Lab has
been put at the disposal of the students to learn the way of precise
observation particularly with constant deviation spectrum for optical
spectroscopy and Geiger-Muller counter for nuclear radiation detection and
measurement. The basic approach for precession measurement through
truthful observation has been a mainstay of the approach important to the
physics students in the department.
7. Meritorious students have been identified immediately after admission and
have been guided in addition to their curricular activities, in the extracurricular
activities to build their personality through positive debating, paper-writing
,prepares material for demonstration or exhibition, for public awareness and
teaching through mass contact in villages. Thus popularizing scientific method
and spirit. This has produced wonderful results in seeing our very good
students studying in many Universities as PG students as doctorate students
and post doctoral scientist stationed in institution like T-I-F-R of Mumbai I-ISC, Bangolore and India and U.S Universities in fields like Physics and
Computer science and Computer applications research.
6. STAFF EXCELLENCE:
The Physics department is fortunate in having a meritorious and
devoted founder head and members who could be the first to be selected for the
first batch of teacher fellows under U.G.C. F.I.P. Under this scheme the founder
head Dr M.V.Subba Rao obtained Ph.D degree in Nuclear physics with in the fellow
ship period of 3 years and helped who have lively contact with the scientists of
B.A.R.C Mumbai E.C.I.L, Hyderabad and I.I.S.C Banglore and Andhra University
which inspired time to time the students and staff through communication and
contact .Another distinguished teacher Dr.T.V.Krishna Rao also obtained his Ph.D
from S.V University under a similar programme. Mr P.Srinivasa Rao obtained his
M.Phil Degree from ANU. Other staff members were regularly selected for COSSIP
programmes, UGC workshop trainings and updated their knowledge in Physics to
be of the benefit of students. On the whole the Physics department even from its
inception has been a dynamic creative and forward looking entity to cater to the
real needs of physics students of the present day .Recently the former Head Dr
M.V.Subba Rao achieved the Bharath Jyothi award for his services to society.

7. P.G.DEPARTMENT:
In 1960 when graduate level education was a dream to rural people
S.V.R.M College was established in this backward rural area, giving people
educational opportunity at graduate level. Today times have changed, Indian
economy is becoming globalized, with several multinational companies in various
fields, like pharmaceutical, chemical, oil, textiles, software, hardware,
nanotechonologies have entered India to lap the scientific skills and education
youth of India .Demand for Post-Graduate scientific personnel has increased and
job opportunities have increased. With this current situation and futuristic insight
the management has introduced M.Sc chemistry and M.Sc Physics courses in our
college .Thus at postgraduate level Physics course has become a possibility in
2005 and is very much available to Nagaram and surrounding areas, surrounding
rural people need not go far away places to do M.Sc in Physics, with the simple
fee structure and Hostel facilities and mess facilities with non profit motto, This
P.G Department of physics is a boon to the rural people for higher scientific
education. Further the department is having eminent faculty members with a
Ph.D from I.I.S.C and research experience and international reorganization .The

department also has initiated research activity and contribution with various
national and International Laboratories.
Eminent Physicist Dr.V.V.Srinivas Joined the Department as a
faculty member in the year 2005 the same year when the P.G physics department
started functioning. Since then he has been building up this department as a very
successful and potential center for higher Physics.
Awards and Contribution ; Dr.V.V.Srinivas has published more than 30 research
papers in prestigious international journals.He has participated and given invited
talks /seminars in various international conferences.He is being recognized for his
work internationally and has got the following International Awards.
1. Twentieth century achievement award American Biographical Institute
USA.
2. Twentieth century award in achievement International Biographical
center, Cambridge U.K.
3. Advisory council member, International Biographical center Cambridge,
UK.

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY :
1. Name and address of the department
2. Telephone number/s
3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld.
No

: Department of Chemistry.
S.V.R.M. College, Nagaram.
: 08648-256724* 27
: 1969 (U.G) 2003 (P.G)
:

Description of Building

Room
No.

Roof

Dimension

Inter Lab
Degree Lab I
Degree Lab II
Degree Balance Room
Store Room
Staff Room

24
25
26
29
30
31

RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC

30x18
30x32
30x32
30x14
30x28
30x28

Total
SFT
Carpet
540
960
960
420
840
840

Total
SFT
Plinth
614.25
1055.25
1055.25
488.25
929.25
929.25

Instrumentation room
Distilled water plant
P.G Lab I
P.G Lab II
P.G Lab III
P.G Balance Room
P.G Preparatory Room
P.G Staff Room
Class Room I
Class Room II

32
33
27
49
50
28
51
46
47
48

RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC
RCC

30x18
12x15
30x38
30x30
30x30
30x14
30x30
12x30
30x30
30x30

540
180
1140
900
900
420
900
360
900
900

614.25
222.75
1244.25
1200
1200
488.25
1200
480
1200
1200

5. List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with
the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.Sc Chemistry
M.Sc Chemistry

U.G
P.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35%
50%

Student strength
313
51

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.


Male

Female

Total

(U.G)

(P.G)
Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent
as the highest Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as
the Highest Qualification
Teachers with other specific
eligible qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

4+2
-

1+2
-

9
-

Total no.of teachers

1+1
4+1

1+1
4+1

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance
If yes, to what extent?

Conducting unit tests, special classes for backward students, conducting


seminars & Question lecturers. When ever a course is self finance the
management provides funds.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the


college Is located
(U.G)
(P.G)
Students from other state
NRI Students

Female

Male

Total

233
13
Nil
Nil

92
38
Nil
Nil

325
51
Nil
Nil

Other overseas students


Grand total

Nil
246

Nil
130

Nil
376

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes
By
By
By
By

No

conducting monthly , quarterly & Half-yearly examinations.


conducting special tutorial and extra classes.
providing teaching materials.
personal counseling.

10. Furnish the following details(in figures):


Books in the department library
:U.G 40 - P.G 150
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the
department
:One
Computers in the department
:One
Research projects completed during the last three
years And their total outlay
:Nil
Ongoing research projects
:Nil
Teachers who have attended national/
International Attended seminars during the last
Two years
:
G.SrinivasaRao attended the
Seminar at Sri C.R.Reddy college, Eluru.
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/ seminars during the last two years :
A.Mohana Rao & Padmaja
attended national seminar at Nuzivid.
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch-1 (2001-04)
Batch-2(2002-05)

Admitted to the Programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
100
21
79
63
54
-

PG
-

Total

UG
108
15
93
81
64
-

PG
-

Total

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
U.G - 8
P.G - 4
Filled
:
6+4
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
department?
Once in a year

Organized at the

14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research
or both?
National level links with professors of ANU, SVU, AU
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching

Designation

Highest

Specialization

Age

Sex

staff
Dr.K.Surendra Babu
P.Neerajanabaiah
G.Srinivasa Rao
M.Sudhakara Rao
P.Srinivasa Rao
P.L.Narasamma
A.Mohana Rao
Ch.Kalyani
K.Umamaheswar
T.Hari Priya

Reader
S.G Lecturer
S.G Lecturer
S.G Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer

Qualification
M.Sc. Ph.D
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc

Analytical
Inorganic
Physical
Inorganic
Physical
Analytical
Organic
Organic
Organic
Organic

55
54
45
47
32
24
30
26
27
24

M
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
M
F

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
Dr.K.Surendra Babu
P.Neerajanabaiah
G.Srinivasa Rao
M.Sudhakara Rao
P.Srinivasa Rao
P.L.Narasamma
A.Mohana Rao
Ch.Kalyani
K.Umamaheswar
T.Hari Priya

U.G.
29 Years
29 Years
21 Years
21 Years
4Years
4 Years
2
-

P.G.
3
1
1
2

Research
4
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
One , F.I.P
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
20%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.
Organic
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
1) Dist .Water plant
3) D.Ionisues plant.

2) O.H.P
4) Electric & Electronic equipments for practical purpose

21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?

Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. What average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
18 hours with students, 2 hours with academic committees
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


a)

by conducting weekly, monthly tests, seminars and give assignments.

26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
a)
b)
c)
d)

By
By
By
By

referring to latest reference books


using OHP for practical devises
using the method of questions & answers
attending refresher courses.

27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
13,975/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Free consultancy PH of the soil for local fasmess.

30. Furnish the following details:


Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

U.G
2:1
76%
50%
20%
1:1
2:1

P.G

Research

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

30:1
6

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

F I P & Refresher course


33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
The chemistry department started in the year 1969
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Sri . T.L.Narayana was the head of the department at that time .


Sri . C.Bhaskara Rao got FIP fellow ship for research.
Sri . V.Kutumba Rao worked as warden of the college hostel.
Sri . P.Sai Babu worked as warden, B.C Hostel.
Dr.K.Surendra Babu worked as warden, B.C Hostel.
He was awarded Ph.D in physical organic chemistry.
6. Sri. P.Neerajanabaiah worked as warden for S.W.S.M hostel.
7. Sri. G.Srinivasa Rao workwd as warden for S.W.S.M hostel.
8. Sri. M.Sudhakara Rao worked as Secretary for fine arts association.
Since the inception of the college the members of our department
have been active in the administration of the college.

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of Mathematics.
S.V.R.M.College . Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 24
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400 SFT
List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with

the details required below:


Programme

Level of study

B.Sc Mathematics

U.G

Cut-Off marks at entry


level in %
35

Student strength
253

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male

Female

Total

5
00
00
01

00
00
00

5
00
00
01

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

No

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the departmental
requirements. Though following the common core syllabus, the department is free to
plan its own annual plan of teaching , Schedule of tests , Practical, Seminars, Guest
lectures etc. When ever a course is self finance ,the management provides funds when
necessary.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is


located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
67

Male
186

Total
253

Nil
67

Nil
186

Nil
253

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly Examinations. The
remedial measures are assignments, special classes were conducted to backward

students and revision of topics where students have difficulty.


10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three

years And their total outlay


Ongoing research projects

:50
:01
:01

:Nil
:Nil

Teachers who have attended national/international


seminars during the last two years

:G.Hanumantha
Rao

Teachers who have been resource persons at workshops


/seminars during the last two years
:Nil

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch1 2001-04

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
117
20
97
63
54
-

PG

Batch2 2002-05

Total
117
20
97
63
54
-

UG
107
16
91
66
53
-

PG

Total
107
16
91
66
53
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
05
13. How often were national/international seminars,workshop etc.
organized at the
department?
Conducting once in a year
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
or both?

research

The department of Mathematics has cordial links with department of Mathematics


of A.N.U, A.U and M.K.U Madurai in research.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the
teaching staff
G.Hanumantha Rao
U.Siva Prasad
D.S.Nageswara Rao
L.Changala Rao
S.Srinivas

Designation
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc B.Ed
M.Sc,B.Ed
M.Sc

Specialization

Age

Sex

Abstract algebra
Real Analysis
Linear Algebra
Sp functions
Algebra

34
25
25
30
24

M
M
M
M
M

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
G.Hanumantha Rao

U.G.
11 Years

P.G.
-

Research
-

U.Siva Prasad
D.S.Nageswara Rao
L.Changala Rao
S.Srinivas

3
3
2
1

Years
Years
Years
Years

1 Year
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows,awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
20%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Nil
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
1 (one)
G.Hanumantha Rao - ICET book for Deepthi Publications.
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
B.A (occasional),B.C.A
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is
spent on committees that deal with academic matters?
18 hours per week with students, 2 hours per month in academic matters
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting tests, seminars and term end examinations.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By going through journals and using Internet
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the

college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
30. Furnish the following details:

Nil

Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time
teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative
staff

U.G
3:1
82%
65%
30%

P.G

Research

4:1
5:1

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
51:1
Number of research papers published
Nil
32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the
department:
Mathematics department is known to be the best department with good academic
staff when compared to other rural colleges and also our staff members are good
sports men and also encourage the students in all the extra circular activities.
1. N.V.S.Srinivasa Rao, Head of the department of mathematics worked as
Principal for the year 1977-78
2. G.M.Gandhi is most efficient Lecturer and he is the first man in EAMCET
coaching in this area and also wrote Intermediate text book for Vignan
Publications.
3. G.Rama Rao, lead the department very efficiently as the Head of the Dept.
4. G.Hanumantha Rao, wrote the books for competitive examinations like ICET
for Deepthi publications, Tenali and B.C.A.CET for G.S.R publications, Guntur.
5. Our department conducted special classes in arithmetic and reasoning for the
students who appeared B.S.R.B, R.R.B ,Navy and Air force etc competitive
examinations.

DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY:
1. Name and address of the department
2. Telephone number/s

: Department of Botany
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
: 08648-256724* 25

3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld
No.
III

5.

: 1969
:

Description of the Building

Room No.

Roof

Lab

11

Lab

II

Dimention

RCC

Total
SFT
Carpet
22.5X23.5 528.75

Total
SFT
Plinth
600

12

RCC

22.5X23.5 528.75

600

Staff Rom

13

AC

17.5X36

630

950

Herbarium

14

AC

30X36

1080

1575

Class Room (Botany)

15

AC

30X36

1080

1575

Class Room(4Nos)

16 to 19

AC

36X30X4

4320

6150

List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.phil. /Ph.D. etc.or equivalent) offered by the department together
with the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.Sc Botany

U.G

Cut-Off marks at entry


level in %
35

Student strength
128

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)
M.Phil
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
4

Female
1

Total
5

01
03
00

00
00
00

01
03
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental requirements.. The department is free to plan its own annual plan of
teaching, schedule of tests , Practicals, Seminars, Guest lecturers etc.

8. Number of students in the department during the current year :


Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located


Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

37
Nil
37

91
Nil
91

128
Nil
128

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly Examinations.
The remedial measures are taken by conducting tutorial classes and personal
counseling for backward students..
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three
years and their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years

:
:
:

125
01
01

:
:

Nil
Nil

Nil

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch-I (2001-04)

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
40
09
31
19
15
-

PG

Total
40
09
31
19
15

Batch-II(2002-05)
UG
48
06
42
40
29
-

PG

Total
48
06
42
40
29

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
04
Filled
:
05
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
department?
Conducting region level seminars

Organized at the

14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,


or both?

research

The department is having linkages with the Professors of Acharya Nagarjuna


University.

15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
K.Sambasiva Rao
J.Mohan Rao
T.Madhavi Glory
T.Vasu Babu
T.Ramakrishna
(b) Experience of the

Designatio
n
Lecturer(S.G)
Lecturer(S.G)
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
teachers:

Name of the Teacher


K.Sambasiva Rao
J.Mohan Rao
T.Madhavi Glory
T.Vasu Babu
T.Ramakrishna

Highest
Qualifn.
M.Sc,M.Phil
M.Sc
M.Sc
M.Sc,
M.Sc

Specialization

Age

Sex

Pathology
Soil
Microbiology
Microbiology
Pathology
Microbiology

57
52

M
M

29
25
25

F
M
M

U.G.
34
30
03
02
01

P.G.
-

Research
01
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
One F.I.P - Sri.K.Sambasiva Rao
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
NIL
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Physiology
Microbiology
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Nil
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Collaboration, if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Botanical garden, Hot air Oven, overhead Projector, Slide projector, Inoculation
chamber, Binocular Microscopes.
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is
spent on committees that deal with academic matters?

20 hours per week and monthly twice with academic matters.


25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


Regular assignments, unit tests, half-yearly and pre-public examinations and
seminars.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending refresher courses, workshops and updating teaching by going
through standard Books.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
7,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcome of the consultancy services provided?
Only free consultancy is provided.
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

U.G
1:1
70%
40%
10%
3:2
5:0

P.G

Research

31. Furnish the following data:

Ratio of students to teachers


Number of research papers published

25:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the
department:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

A Good Herbarium.
Fossil collections.
Hutchinson classification of angiosperms.
Evolutionary tree model wood showing annual rings.
Evolution of plant life through ageswall Chart.

1.Good Herbarium: The Department has been maintaining a good herbarium which is
very useful to the student in studying taxonomy and herbarium
preparation. A good number of local Ooty and Kodaikanal flora was
collected by the staff along with students as and when Botanical
tours were arranged by the department.
2.Fossil Collection:

The department collected few fossil plants and preserved in the


Botanical museum. They are collected by staff along with the
students during Botanical tour. They are useful to the students
for Paleo Botanical studies.

3.Phylogenetic Tree: A model phylogenetic tree was made by the Department.


It exhibits the phylogenetic system of classification made by JHON
HUTCH-INSON 1959.Available specimens belonging to different
classes were collected and placed in their respective places in the
tree.
4.Wood-Annual Rings: Different woods showing annual rings were collected by the
department and kept in the Botanical museum. The age of
the plant can be estimated roughly by counting the number
of annual rings of the wood.
5.Evoluation of plant life:
A Huge wall chart showing the evolution of plant life through
ages was painted on a wall in the microbiology laboratory
by the Department. It emphasizes the origin of plants and
their progressive evolution at a glance.
6.Eminent Persons:

A good number of old students of this department proved


themselves as eminent persons in the fields of Medicine,
Agriculture, Veterinary science, Biotechnology and Education.

DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY:
1. Name and address of the department
2. Telephone number/s
3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld
No.
1

: Department of Zoology.
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
: 08648-256724* 26
: 1969
:

Description of the
building

Room No.

Roof

Dimension

Store Room

34

RCC

30X10

Total
SFT
Carpet
300

Total
SFT
Plinth
570

Lab

35

RCC

30X30

900

1170

Lab

II

36

RCC

30X20

600

870

Museum Room

37

RCC

30X30

900

1170

Staff Rom

38

RCC

30X20

600

870

Lab III

39

RCC

30X30

900

1170

5. List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.Phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
with the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.Sc Zoology

U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35

Student strength
128

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male

Female

Total

03

01

04

03

01

04

00
03
01

00
00
00

00
03
01

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental requirements though following the common core syllabus, the department

is free to plan its own annual plan of teaching ,Schedule of tests , Practicals, Seminars,
Guest lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is located


Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
37
Nil

Male
91
Nil

Total
128
Nil

37

91

128

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

By conducting unit tests, term end examination and tutorial classes. By


counseling the students and by giving assignments.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the Dept.
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last
three years And their total outlay
Research project an environment pollution
water pollution and Pesticides and Metals.
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/
international seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years

: 132 English
: 4 Telugu
: 01
: One minor

: Nil
: one
: K.Suresh Babu acting
as resource person in
in AIDS awareness
programme. Colleges
talks Aids Programme.
(CTAP)

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch1 2001-04

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
40
9
311
19
15
-

PG

Total
40
9
31
19
15

Batch2 2002-05
UG
48
06
42
40
29
-

PG

Total
48
06
42
40
29

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
05
Filled
:
04
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
Organized at the
department?
Conducting Regional level seminars twice a year.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
or both?
The department is having linkages with the Professors of A.N.U and A.U.

research

15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience ,age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
B.Venkata Rao
A.Tirumalwswar Rao
K.Suresh Babu
Mrs Y.Tarakalaxmi

Designation
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.Sc
M.Sc,B.Ed
M.Sc B.Ed
M.Sc,

Specialization

Age

Sex

Parasitalogy
Aquaculture
Aquaculture
Entomology

58
37
30
37

M
M
M
M

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
B.Venkata Rao
A.Tirumalwswar Rao
K.Suresh Babu
Mrs Y.Tankalaxmi

U.G.
26
03
03
02

P.G.
-

Research
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
Two lecturers are active participants in usuals
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.
Nil
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
21.

Well developed Museum, O.H.P., animal house


what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?

B.Venkata Rao, co-writer for text book of Zoology for I year ANU
Distance Education
22 . Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its immediate
relevance or because it was not viable?
No teaching Programme has been dropped.
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher

24.

what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
20 hours per week with students, monthly twice with Academic committees.

25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting tests, seminars and term end examinations.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending Refresher courses, Orientation programme and work shops.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs-7,000/28.

How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil

29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Free services provided for Aquaculture formers.
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

U.G
3:1
100%
50%
40%
3:1
4:3

P.G

Research

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
34:1
Number of research papers published
Nil
32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
The Department is having well established laboratories with infrastructure and
equipment as per U.G.C Norms. It is well maintained and utilized.

ANNEXURE-I
1. Smt. T.Indira Krishna Rao (19692002) Head of the Department worked

as F.I.P Scholar at S.V.University and awarded Ph.D in 1984.Smt,T.Indira Krishna Rao


worked on neuro biological studies as the snail pilaglobosa, with special reference to
the effects of pesticides (SEVIN). This is very useful to the farmers. It deals with
chemicals, pest control and pesticides. As pesticides are being used to ensure the
production of adequate supplies of food and fiber for ever growing population, the
use of chemicals will be continued and intensified all over the world for fighting pests
of crops, stored foods for animals and insects and other vectors of diseases in public
health. It is a great attribute to mans ingenuity.
2. Sri.G.Ramakrishna Babu (19692002) presented a research paper in environmental
pollution, water Pollution by pesticides and metals. In this work every activity of the
sphere ironically enough is closely associated with determination of the environment,
the pollution of the environment inevitable of technological advancement made for
better living. Pollution of the environment is of different kinds. Organic pollution,
thermal pollution, noise pollution and chemical pollution. Chemical pollution is known
to occur in different ways, namely Organic and Inorganic chemical wastes ,oil refinery
effluents, heavy metals detergents, radio activity, pesticides.
3. Sri P.Venkata Rao (19762000) wrote a text book in zoology for Intermediate course
in English and regional languages. Now he is working as Principal in Vignan group of
Institutions.
4. Mr Pulagam Ramakrishna III.B.Sc C.B.Z (199598) was awarded Prof P.N.Ganapathi
memorial Gold medal in Zoology who scored highest marks in Nagarjuna University
area.
5. Mr P.Koti Ramesh III.BSc CBZ (20012004) was awarded Prof P.N.Ganapathi
memorial Gold medal in zoology who scored highest marks in Nagarjuna University
area.
6. A.Thirumaleswara Rao, M.Sc,B.Ed old student of this college is now working as the
lecturer in zoology department.
7. Mr.K.Suresh Babu, M.Sc B.Ed old student of this college isnow working as the
lecturer in Zoology in this department.
8. Dr Badugu Kishore (196975) old student of this college is now working as Professor
and Head of the Department of Zoology, Andhra University, Waltair.
9. Mr.P.Srikrishna old student of this college is working as lecturer in Aquaculture
department in Nagarjuna University, Guntur.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS:
1. Name and address of the department

: Department of Electronics
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
: 08648-256724
: 1985
:

2. Telephone number/s
3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld
No.

Description of the
building

Room No.

Roof

Dimension

IV

Electronics Dept.

20

RCC

60X32

Total
SFT
Carpet
1920

Total
SFT
Plinth
2060.25

5. List the different programmes(Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.Phil./Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with
the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.Sc

U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35

Student strength
38

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
0

Female
1

Total
1

00
00

00
00

00
00

01

00

01

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the departmental
requirements.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is


located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female

Male

Total

11
Nil
11

27
Nil
27

38
Nil
38

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and seminars, Remedial classes are
provided for backward students.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):

Books in the department library


Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department

Computers in the department


Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch1 2001-04
UG
Admitted to the programme
Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

PG

Total

:100
:Electronics for
you.
:01
:Nil
:Nil
:Nil
:Nil

Batch2 2002-05
UG
29

PG

2
27
19
15

Total
29
2
27
19
15

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
01
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
Organized at the
department?
occasionally
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
or both?

research

The department is having linkages with eminent Professors of Electronics


department of Nagarjuna University.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)

Name of the
teaching staff
V.Sirisha

Designation

Highest
Qualifn.
M.Sc

Lecturer

Specialization

Age

Sex

Electronics

24

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
V.Sirisha

U.G.
01

P.G.
-

Research
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
Nil

18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.

Nil
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.

Nil

Funding agency
Amount (Rs.)
Duration(years)
Collaboration,if any
20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field laboratories,
animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary, postmortem
facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available and acquired
over the years?
C.R.O Microprocessor, Logic Kits, T.V Dynamic Demonstrator etc.
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil

22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
B.Sc M.P.E
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+8 Hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is
spent on committees that deal with academic matters?
14 Hours per week with students and Monthly two times with committee.
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.

By conducting monthly class tests and half-yearly test and pre-final tests..
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By going through Journals, Internet and by self study.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
1600/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Nil
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

U.G
1:1
92.03%
80%
80%
1:0
1:1

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

P.G

Research

38:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
Electronics subject was introduced with the combination of
Mathematics and physics in our college in 1985.The advent of Electronics subject
ensured the future of hundreds of our rural students by providing a promising career
to them. In 1988 it was identified as an Independent faculty as it was separated from
physics.
Most of the students who have come out are working in reputed
companies. Some of them are even with MNCS. Between 1997 and 2002 an un
precedent slump in the field of electronics caused to shut the doors of the
department .There was hardly a student to seek the admission in between the
academic years 1997 and 2002.Later in 2002 our management revived the
department with new combination of Maths, Computers and Electronics. Since then it
has been functioning effectively. The following members worked in our department.
Name
G.Srinivas
Dr.T.V.Krishna Rao
D.V.S Prabhakara Rao

Qualification
B.Tech(ECE)
M.Sc,Ph.D
M.Sc

Working period
1985-1986
1986-90
1990-91

Present position
Lect.
Retired
Jr.Lecturer in Govt.

V.Srinivas Kiran

M.Tech

1991-92

S.Venkateswar Rao
D.V.N.Sivaiah

B.Tech
M.Sc

199397
2002-2005

Jr college Khammam.
NIC after in HCL info
Chennai.
Lecturer in Eng college
Lecturer in Khajipalem.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE:


1. Name and address of the department

: Department of Computers
S.V.R.M. College, Nagaram.
: 08648-256840
: 1991
:

2. Telephone number/s
3. Date of establishment
4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m
Buld
No.
X

Description of the
building

Room No.

Roof

Dimension
30X32

Total
SFT
Carpet
960

Total
SFT
Plinth
1030.12

Computer Lab I

53

RCC

Computer Lab II

54

RCC

30X32

960

1030.12

Staff Rom

55

RCC

20X8

160

204.25

5. List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG


Diploma/PG/M.Phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.Sc (M.P.Cs)
B.Sc(M.E.Cs)

U.G
U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35
35

Student strength
17
37

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
2

Female
-

Total
2

00

00

00

01
00

00
00

01
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental
requirements through the following the common core syllabus.
The department is free to plan its own annual plan of teaching ,Schedule of tests ,
Practical, Seminars, Guest lecturers etc. When ever a course is self finance ,the
management provides funds when necessary.

8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is


located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
11

Male
43

Total
54

Nil
11

Nil
43

Nil
54

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly Examinations.
The remedial measures are assignments, Special classes were conducted for
academically weak students.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three
years And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:

Batch1 2001-0
Admitted to the programme
Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
57
8
49
23
19
-

PG

Total
57
8
49
23
19
-

: 178
: 01
: 30
: Nil
: Nil
: Two
: Nil

Batch2 2002-05
UG
47
7
40
25
18
-

PG

Total
47
7
40
25
18
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
02
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
Organized at the

department?
Guest Lectures are conducted at regular intervals.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research
or both?
Linkage with A.N.U
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
S.Venkateswara Rao
S.Srinivasa Rao

Designati
on
Lecturer
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.Sc
M.C.M,
M.L.I.S

Specialization

Age

Sex

Computers
Computer
Management.
Library
Management.

27
38

M
M

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
S.Venkateswa ra Rao
S.SrinivasaRao

U.G.
4
4

P.G.
-

Research
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
Nil
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.
Nil
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Nil
Funding
agency

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field laboratories,
animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary, postmortem facilities
experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available and acquired over the
years?
Pentium-IV, Pentium-III, systems are added to the existing systems. An L.C.D
Projector was purchased.(Teaching aids)
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
B.C.A, B.A(C.A)
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is
spent on committees that deal with academic matters?

18 hours per week with students, 2 hours per month in academic matters
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting internal examination, assignments and seminars.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By learning latest courses by attending seminars, work shops and by reading
Journals and using Internet.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
6,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What are the
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
As per Government guidelines earning through Consultancy is not permitted.
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time
teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

U.G
1:3
89.02%
85%
90%

P.G

Research

2:1
2:1

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
27:1
Number of research papers published
Nil
32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the
department:
1. The department is having well furnished laboratories
latest computer systems and Internet facility.

with

2. The department is having highly distinguished faculty with


determination to work for the department.
3. Our department conducted the Programme First Annual
Inter-Collegiate competition in website deign, Programming

contest, quiz
& exhibition for B.C.A students. For this
Programme
Many
students
from
various
Colleges
participated on Jan 27th,28th 2001.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of English.
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 23
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400 SFT
List the different programmes (Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.Phil. /Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

B.A
B.Sc
B.Com

U.G
U.G
U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35
35
35

Student strength
111
267
97

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no.of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
3

Female
1

Total
4

00
00
01

00
00
00

00
00
01

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides us freedom to fulfill our departmental requirements
though the following the common core syllabus, the department is free to plan its
own annual plan of teaching ,schedule of tests , purchase of equipment,
conducting seminars and guest Lecturers and also practical.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :

Students from the same state where the college is located


Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

Female
120
Nil

Male
355
Nil

Total
475
Nil

120

355

475

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students Academic standing is usually assessed by conducting


monthly tests, Half-Yearly and Pre-final examinations ,by giving assignments, by
conducting seminars and by giving personal counseling through remedial classes,
counseling for students enrichment, notes in print is provided regularly.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at workshops
/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04
UG
PG
Total
Admitted to the programme
276
276
Dropout
43
43
Appeared for the final year exam
233
233
Passed in the final exam
162
162
Passed in first class
91
91
University ranks, if any
-

: 100
:02
:01
:nil
:nil
:02
:nil

Batch2 2002-05
UG
PG
Total
266
266
37
37
229
229
203
203
105
105
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
05
Filled
:
2+2(unaided)
13: How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc. organized at the
department?
Going to conduct regional level seminar.
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
research
or both?
The department is maintaining linkages with the Professors of Acharya
Nagarjuna university to which the college is affiliated.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the
teaching staff
Y.Supriya

Designation
Lecturer

Highest
Qualifn.
M.A

Specialization

Age

Sex

Common Wealth

41

S.Dass

Lecturer

M.A

K.Surendra Babu
Y.T.Ramulu

Lecturer
Lecturer

M.A
M.A

literature
Elizabethan age and
European classics
American Literature
Common Wealth
literature

42

35
35

M
M

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
Y.Supriya
S.Dass
K.Surendra Babu
Y.T.Ramulu

U.G.
14 Years
12 years
8 years
6 years

P.G.

Research

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
50%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.
IndoAnglian Literature
Linguistics
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Nil
Funding agency

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Collaboration, if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Computer facility, C.Ds
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
BCA. BA Vocational, B.Sc(Electronics).
23.What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
20 hours per week with students, Monthly twice with academic committees.
25.Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting slip tests, seminars , term end examinations and by giving
assignments.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By Attending refresher courses, Orientation programmes and work shops and by
going through Journals.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What
are the outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Free consultancy
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time
teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative
staff

U.G
2:1
76%
30%
30%
1:1

P.G

Research

1:0

31. Furnish the following data:


Ratio of students to teachers
118:1
Number of research papers published
Nil
32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
1. The First four Lecturers of our department perceived the ideal behind the
establishment of this institution in rural situation. Being the products of
prestigious Universities with good academic background and professional
skill ,they understood well their task ahead.
(a) The reputation of our department built up over the years was the
out come of the team work of the pioneers of our department Sri
K.Ravibabu, Sri C.Subba Rao, Sri D.V.S.Kameswara Rao and Sri
M.Pulliah. They took up the herculean task of educating the rural
students without educational background who were form attended
to poor families and who attend to agricultural work in their leisure.
Being efficient and experienced they devised and adopted several
novel methods to teach them English as a foreign language and
shape this raw material into English speaking and writing material.

(b) In the formative years , these lecturers volunteered free coaching


to all the students out of college hours as an extension service.
They took extra care in regard to those who were very backward .
We practice it
even today with sincerity and commitment and
improvement of the knowledge and result of the students day-byday.
(c) They further bore the laborious task of giving them written
exercises and correcting them. They thus improved the knowledge
of the students in spelling and grammar. Our students were also
blessed with printed notes free of cost which helped to improve
students performance.
(d)

In addition they used to conduct literary competitions in English


periodically such as essay writing, elocution, recitation and
encouraged students to use English freely. Ultimately they
succeeded in enriching the department. The noble contribution of
this gifted faculty empowered a good number of students to make
their bread comfortably.

(e) Not only in professional skill each of these four lecturers were
distinguished in their own way. Sri K.Ravi Babu, the Head of the
department is an influential writer and eloquent speaker. He has
been the editor of a socio-literary magazine namely Prajashakthi
which aims at making people aware of anonymous literature and
the uplift of the downtrodden and women. He has a good
interaction with students as well as his colleagues .He has lavishly
spent his time with them which in turn helped him to maintain
healthy relationship with them. As a successful Principal, he has
promoted proper relationship between the management and the
staff and guided a new section of Un-aided lecturers to meet the
standards of our college. His liberal way of dealings with students
earned him a good appreciation. He is a man of various facets with
keen perception. Being a tireless and strenuous worker he can
accomplish numerous tasks with commitment at a time. Even after
retirement, he is putting his effort to bring out latent abilities of the
intellectuals and youth through various socio-economic, political
and literary activities.
(f) Another pride of our department is Sri C.Subba Rao who is an inborn genius and a rare scholar .His scholarship and critical analysis
resulted by extensive reading have puzzled the scholars with Ph.Ds
and other higher Degrees. His law Degree has developed logical
thinking in him. People from surrounding villages have approached
him for his valuable legal advice. Inspite of his intellect his
instruction has been simple and direct reflecting his clarity of
vision. His well organized material has made the students learn
standard English and pass ultimately with flying colors. Besides he
is a good speaker and has given more than twenty talks over the
Radio. He is a man of modern ideas with flexible thinking who
responds to a noble cause readily. His reaction to the block buster
film Sankarabharanam has come in the form of a book written with
the perfect analysis of a cine Journalist. He acted as the resource
person during a refresher course conducted in S.V. University,
Tirupathi.
(g) Another jewel in the crown of our department is sri
D.V.S.kameswara Rao who is a popular teacher with exceptional
writing skill. His articles published in several magazines have
reflected his intellect, art sarcasm and gentle humor. His teaching
mingled with appropriate illustrations and interesting anecdotes has
attracted the rural students readily. His teaching as well as his

written material given to the students has met the requirements of


students
and helped them to fulfill their immediate purpose
successfully. With his pleasant and lovable personality, he has
enlightened and enlivened his colleagues in the department.
(h) One more great contributor of our department is Sri M.Pullaiah. He
has done pre-Ph.D in Andhra University. He is perfect symbol of an
English lecturer with good accent and exceptional command over
English. He is also a skilful speaker. His writing ability has brought
him fame and his drafting has the management once. He has
thrilled worked as the Principal of a degree college on deputation.
After the retirement of the first three lecturers, he has become the
Head of the department. His innovative Ideas and clear perception
have helped the juniors to adopt new methods and practices
according to changing needs. He has guided the youngsters to
carry on the work in the foot steps of our pioneers. His valuable
pieces of advice always motivate us. His spontaneity of speech or of
producing written test ever inspire us. These four lecturers with
their dedication and commitment have proved themselves as role
models in teaching profession.
2. The young staff members who have come after them have understood well
the ideals of the institution as well as the valuable contribution of the
first batch of lecturers .The only task before them is to continue the same
standard once have been laid. They are working like their predecessors
with sincerity and enthusiasm to meet the needs of the rural students .
3. The English department still conducts literary competitions in English like
essay writing ,elocution, recitation etc. at regular intervals.
4. All the four members of our department conduct remedial classes for
backward students.
5. Sri K.Surendra Babu has taken the initiative in preparing and providing
printed notes to degree students .He has also given tutorial coaching to
backward students of this rural area out of college hours. To make
students good at spoken English, he has taken up a three week crash
course in spoken English, especially for second and third year degree
students. First year students have spoken English in their curriculum and
all the measures have taken classes for them in different sessions.
6. Sri Y.T.Ramulu has given tutorial coaching to backward students out of
college hours. He is doing his M.Ed through distant Education. He has
applied for M.Phil (part time ) in Acharya Nagarjuna University.
7. Sri S.Dass has done a refresher course in Acharya Nagarjuna University.
He has attended a few seminars and workshops in the last two or three
years on spoken English-art of Speaking English in the media and recent
trends in teaching English Grammar. He has presented a paper in seminar
on post-colonial Literature and New curriculum. He participated in a five
day teaching programme conducted by Acharya Nagarjuna University as a
workshop for English language teachers. He has recently become the
member of CIEFL library. He is doing M.Phil on CIEFL part time basis in
Acharya Nagarjuna University.
8. Smt Y.Supriya has participated in seminars on spoken English-Art of
speaking and English in Media in the last two or three years .She has also
attended a five day orientation programme recently conducted conducted
by Acharya nagarjuna University for English lecturers to teach spoken
English included in the curriculum for the first year Degree students this
year. She has applied for M.phil(part-time) in Acharya Nagarjuna

University, the admission of which is not yet over.


9. The English department usually conducts seminars and vocabulary quiz
for students to promote active interest among them in the foreign
language.
10. Our department has sent a proposal to U.G.C to conduct a seminar on
communicative approach in the teaching of English language.
11. The English department has free access to the faculty of English
department of Acharya Nagarjuna university as one of the staff members
is doing M.Phil in the same University. We consult the professors there
for any sort of academic help.
12. The members of our department are active participants in co-curricular
and extra-curricular activities.
(a) Smt Y.Supriyamember of Disciplinary committee , Advisory
committee, for library, examinations committee, Institutionalized
coaching committee, college attached Hostel committee, Magazine
committee, Students welfare committee and Literary Association.
(b) Sri S.DassExaminations committee, Fine Arts Association,
Affiliation(member)
(c) Sri K.Surendra BabuExaminations committee, Employment
and placement cell, Literary Association, Adult
Education(Member).
(d) Sri Y.T.RamuluExamination committee
13. Our English department gets an asset this year as spoken English for first
degree students has been introduced. To teach spoken English. A
computer system is provided to our department .
A few CDs and audio
tapes are added later. Our management has
generously provided a
few head phones and microphones. We get a temporary laboratory to
teach spoken English.
14. A Guest lecture on phonetics and correct pronunciation is conducted for
first degree students. The resource person is Sri M.Pullaiah, former
member of our department.
15. The measures taken to improve the results have given good results .
Conducting the same methods, we have decided to encourage the
growing number of girl students from near by villages.
16. Smt Y.Supriya has set question paper this year for first degree of J.M.J
college of Guntur district, an autonomous institution.
17. Sri S.Dass of our department has helped in organizing day wise
programmes during the refresher course conducted in Acharya Nagarjuna
University.
18. We maintain a library in our department and encourage the students to
make use of them .we guide them how to use them and extract
information from them.
19. We have purchased a few books on better pronunciation , functional
English and Phonetics this year. We play the CDs given with those books
in free time and make students aware of colloquial English used on
various occasions.
20. We go on consulting the senior lecturers of our college once worked and
retired and of other colleges and institutions for better performance and
output.

21. We are enthusiastic to apply for special English at U.G level which has
once been introduced and withdrawn lacking minimum strength
considering the matter of a good number of students graduated from our
college doing P.G English. We plan to do it in next year.

DEPARTMENT OF TELUGU:
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of TELUGU
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 23
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20X20=400SFT
List the different programmes(Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.Phil./Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

I.B.Sc
II B.Sc
I B.A
II B.A
I B.Com
II B.Com

U.G
U.G
U.G
U.G
U.G
U.G

Cut-Off marks
entry level in %
35
35
35
35
35
35

at

Student strength
121
117
57
53
45
50

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.

Total no. of teachers


Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
Technical staff
Administrative staff

Male
2

Female
1

Total
3

00

00

00

00
00

00
00

00
00

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?


Yes
No
Academic matters
Administration

Finance

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental requirements. Though following the common core syllabus, the
department is free to plan its own annual plan of teaching ,schedule of tests,
seminars, guest lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year :
Female

Male

Total

102
Nil
102

341
Nil

443
Nil

341

443

Students from the same state where the college is


located
Students from other state
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and Half yearly, Pre-public
Examinations. The remedial measures are assignments, special classes .
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during the last three years
And their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years

:
:
:

50
4
1

:
:

Nil
Nil

Nil

Nil

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch-I 2001-04
Admitted to the programme
Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
222
26
196
192
.
-

PG

Total
222
26
196
192
.
-

Batch-II 2002-05
UG
213
32
181
180
.
-

PG

Total
213
32
181
180
.
-

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
03
Filled
:
03
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
Organized at the
department?
Once in a year.

14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,


research
or both?
The department is having linkages with eminent Professors of
Nagarjuna University, S.V. University, Tirupati, Madhurai University and retired
scholars in Guntur and Krishna Districts.
15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
P.Gopichandra Swamy
B.Ratna Raju
K.Pushpamma

Designation
Head of the
Dept.
Lecturer
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.A

Specialization

Age

Sex

Old poetry

56

M.A
M.A,B.Ed

Diolectology
Novel

49
34

M
F

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
P.Gopichandra Swamy
B.Ratna Raju
K.Pushpamma

U.G.
31
23
04

P.G.
-

Research
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
as fellows, awardees etc.?
Nil
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc. )?
Nil
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being
pursued.
Nil
19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.
Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration,if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities(like botanical garden, field laboratories,
animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary, postmortem facilities
experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available and acquired over the
years?
Nil
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil
22. Have any one of the teaching programmmes been dropped because it lost its
immediate relevance or because it was not viable?
Nil

23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
18+2 hours per week per teacher
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
18 hours per week with students and one with Academic Matters per day.
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular
assessments?

Yes
No
If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.
By conducting monthly class tests and Half-yearly and pre-final tests..
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending refresher courses, orientation programmes , self study and by giving
Guest lectures.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years? What
are the outcomes of the consultancy services provided?
Nil
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
5:7
98%
50%
44%
0:3
3:0

P.G

Research

150:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
This Department was formed at the beginning of the college .Since
the formation of the Department till 1983 Sri K.Siva Ramakrishna sastry had acted as
the head of the department . He was a well known scholar in Sanskrit, English, Urdu
and in Telugu languages. Before Joining here he worked as lecturer in Bhadruka
college ,a famous college in Hyderabad. He was a member of R.S.S. He participated
in so many social activities and got good name in the society .Later some people
joined and worked only for few months.
Next eminent person in the department was Dr A.V.Panakeswara
Rao who joined in the year 1972. Due to his hard work and excellence, the
Department got new core competence. He was a versatile genius and wrote number
of poems, essays and short stories. All these works were published in various dailies
and weeklies like Andhra Bhoomi, Andhrapatrika, Andhra Jyothe etc. He also
Published two famous books, Rasamanjari and Sahitisravanthi(kavitha
sankalanalu).He got his Doctorate from Sri krishna Devaraya University by submitting
his thesis on the works of Sri Moturi Hanumantha Rao, a well known writer from
Vijayanagaram District.
He rendered his services in the form of extra curricular Services
like N.S.S and Adult education .As a Co-coordinator of N.S.S, he conducted N.S.S
camps in the surrounding villages like Matlapudi,Bhavaji palem and Nijampatnam.By
encouraging students each one teach one he promoted Adult Education through
these services. He got good name in the public.
Among the existing three members Sri P.Gopi Chandra swami,
Head of the department has good acquaintance in public due to his art of Harikatha
ganam.
The following are the achievements of Burra Ratna Raju.
1. S.C Hostel warden-2 years
2. B.C Hostel warden-5years
3. N.C.C In charge-2 Times
4. ACTA-Secretary-2 Years
5. Main Hostel Committee member-4Times
6. ACTA-Branch Unit, committee member
7. NSS Branch unit, committee member
8. Vejella Subaiah Debating committee, convener
9. Quiz and Debate committee , convener
10. Prize Distribution committee , convener
11. Sports committee, member
12. Discipline committee, member.
The second man of the department, Sri Burra.Ratna Raju had acted as convener to
literary associations. In his time the college won many prizes through out the state in
quiz, debating and essay writing. Under his guidance, N.Srinivasa Rao B.Sc M.P.C,
G.Srinivasa Rao B.Sc C.B.Z achieved the prizes. V.Hemasudha Mayi a B.Com Student
achieved Gold Medal in Essay writing State level competitions held at Kavali . It was
the landmark in the History of our College.
The third person Smt K.Pushpamma got two gold medals in
the post graduation level at S V.University, Tirupathi. The medals are donated in the
name of Sri Damodaram Sanjeevaiah and Sri Pingali Lakshmi Kantham. She is an
asset to the department.

DEPARTMENT OF HINDI
1. Name and address of the department
2.
3.
4.
5.

: Department of Hindi.
S.V.R.M.College, Nagaram.
Telephone number/s
: 08648-256724* 23
Date of establishment
: 1969
Built-up area of the department in sq.m
: 20 x 20 = 400 SFT
List the different programmes(Level of study= certificate/Diploma/UG/PG
Diploma/PG/M.Phil./Ph.D. etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together
With the details required below:
Programme

Level of study

U.G(B.A,B.Com, B.Sc)

U.G

Cut-Off marks at
entry level in %
35

Student strength
23

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.


Male
Female
Total no. of teachers
0
1
Teachers With Ph.D or equivalent as the highest
Qualification
0
0
Teachers with PG or equivalent as the Highest
Qualification
0
1
Teachers with other specific eligible
qualification(specify)
00
00
Technical staff
00
00
Administrative staff
00
00
7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?
Yes
No
Academic matters

Administration

Finance

Total
1
0
1
00
00
00

If yes, to what extent?


The Management provides autonomy to the extent of fulfilling the
departmental requirements, Though the following the common core syllabus, the
department is free to plan its own annual plan of teaching ,schedule of tests ,
seminars, guest lecturers etc.
8. Number of students in the department during the current year:
Female
Students from the same state where the college is
located
10
Students from other state
Nil
NRI Students
Other overseas students
Grand total
10

Male

Total

13
Nil
13

23
Nil
23

9. Is there a method of assessing the students academic standing in order to provide


enrichment and /or remedial courses?
Yes

No

The students are assessed by monthly tests and half yearly Examinations.
The remedial measures are assignments, Special classes were conducted to
backlog students and revision where students have difficulty.
10. Furnish the following details(in figures):
Books in the department library
Journals /periodicals subscribed by the department
Computers in the department
Research projects completed during last three
years and their total outlay
Ongoing research projects
Teachers who have attended national/international
seminars during the last two years
Teachers who have been resource persons at
workshops/seminars during the last two years
11. Details of the last two batches of students:
Batch1 2001-04

Admitted to the programme


Drop-outs
Appeared for the final year exam
Passed in the final exam
Passed in first class
University ranks, if any

UG
10
2
8
7
7
0

PG

Total
10
2
8
7
7
0

:
:
:

50
01
01

:
:

Nil
01

Nil

Nil

Batch2 2002-05
UG
16
0
16
14
14
0

PG

0
0
0

Total
16
0
16
14
14
0

12. what is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?
Sanctioned
:
01
Filled
:
01
13. How often were national/international seminars, workshop etc.
organized at the
department?
Conducting once in a year
14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching,
or both?
Linkage with the teachers of A.N.U. area.

research

15. (a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of
specialization, years of experience, age and sex(in the descending order of
seniority)
Name of the teaching
staff
K.Vijaya Kumari

Designation
Lecturer

Highest
Qualification
M.A

Specialization

Age

Sex

Dhinakar

33

(b) Experience of the teachers:


Name of the Teacher
K.Vijaya Kumari

U.G.
4

P.G.
-

Research
-

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition
As fellows, awardees etc.?
None
17. What percentage of the faculty is in active research (guiding research scholars,
operating projects, publishing regularly, etc.)?
100%
18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activites are being
pursued.
Bhakti tatva

19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies.


Funding agency
-

Amount (Rs.)

Duration(years)

Nil
Collaboration, if any

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities (like botanical garden, field
laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary,
postmortem facilities experimental surgery and medicinal facilities etc) available
and acquired over the years?
Nil
21. what is the total number of publications(add the list) of the department in the last
five years?
Nil

22. Have any one of the teaching programmes been dropped because it lost its immediate
relevance or because it was not viable?
NO
23. What is the average workload in terms of actual lectures per week per teacher?
21 hours per week per Lecturer
24. what average time does a teacher spend with students and how much time is spent
on committees that deal with academic matters?
20 hours per week with students and twice in a Month with
committee that deal with academic matters.
25. Does the department monitor the overall performance of students through regular

assessments?
Yes

No

If yes ,give methods and details of assessment.


By conducting tests, group discussions and personal Interviews.
26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research
responsibilities ?Give details.
By attending Refresher courses, Orientation Programmes and self study.
27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?
Rs.2,000/28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other
agencies?
Nil
29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the
college/department ?
Yes

No

If yes, how much has been earned during the last two years?
outcomes of the consultancy services provided?

What are the

Free consultancy
30. Furnish the following details:
Particulars
Ratio of applications to available seats
Success rate (examination results)
Progression to higher education rate
Employment rate
Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers
Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff
31. Furnish the following data:
Ratio of students to teachers
Number of research papers published

U.G
1:1
95%
50%
50%
0:1
1:0

P.G

Research

40:1
Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?
Yes

No

33. Any other information, which highlights the unique achievements of the department:
The department of Hindi of S.V.R.M college is having a rich History.
Sri S.Madhusudhana Rao was the founder member of the department .
1. He was a great social worker .
2. He was N.S.S co-ordinator. He Worked greatly to provide Bus facility from Tenali
to Nagaram and extended the road facility from Tenali to Nagaram for the sake of
students.
3. He worked as a Journalist for Enadu news paper.
4. He established vegetable market at Nagaram where there was no source in 1969.
5. He gave good guidance to students for employment facilities.
6. Smt. K.Vijaya Kumari is a good Lecturer and she is working as the Head of the
Department at present and gives good guidance to students to learn Hindi

language. And she got cash award at Andhra University in the year 1995 in M.A
Hindi. She motivates the students during literary tours.