MOTHER TERESA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

INSTITUTE ACCREDITATION
SELF STUDY REPORT
Submitted to
NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION
COUNCIL
An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants
Commission
P.O. Box No.:1075, Nagarabhavi, Bangalore-560072, Karnataka.
by
MOTHER TERESA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
& TECHNOLOGY
Approved by AICTE & Govt. of TELANGANA., Permanent Affiliation to JNTUH, Hyderabad
Recognition under section 2(f) & 12(B) of UGC act, 1956.
AN ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFIED INSTITUTION
SANKETIKA NAGAR, SATHUPALLY – 507303, KHAMMAM Dist. TELANGANA.
Phone : 08761-281251, 281252 (FAX) Email: [email protected]
Website : www.mistech.ac.in
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Contents
Description
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Part-A Preface
01
Part-B Profile of the College
03
Criterion-1: Curricular Aspects
1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation
15
1.2 Academic Flexibility
20
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
24
1.4 Feedback system
31
Criterion II: Teaching – Learning and Evaluation
2.1. Student Enrollment & Profile
32
2.2. Catering to Student Diversity
36
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
39
2.4 Teacher Quality
45
2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms
50
2.6 Students Performance and Learning Outcomes
56
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1 Promotion of Research
60
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research
69
3.3 Research Facilities
72
3.4 Research Publications and Awards
77
3.5 Consultancy
79
3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility(ISR) 82
3.7 Collaboration
119
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1Physical Facilities
125
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
139
4.3 IT Infrastructure
145
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities
149
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support
151
5.2 Student Progression
157
5.3 Student Participation and Activities
160
CRITERION VI : GOVERNANCE, LEADER SHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1. Institutional Vision and Leadership
171
6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment
175
6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies
180
6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
182
6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)
184
CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES
7.1 Environment Consciousness
189
7.2 Innovations
189
7.3 Best Practices
190
PART– C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
194
PART– C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF ELECCTICAL AND ELECTRONICS
203
ENGINEERING
PART – C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
III
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PART – C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF ELECTRONICS &
225
COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING
PART – C EVALUATION REPORT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND
236
ENGINEERING
PART – C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF MINING ENGINEERING
245
PART – C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF BASIC ENGINEERING & SCIENCE 254
PART – C EVALUATIVE REPORT OF MASTER OF BUSINEES
ADMINISTRATION
IV
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PART-A
PREFACE
Mother Teresa Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) of Telangana
State was established in the year 2001 to play a pivotal role in the development
of the intellectual capital in Engineering fields, especially in Electrical,
Electronics, Civil, Mechanical, Mining & Computer Science fields in the rural
scenario by MCM Educational Society, towering personalities of impeccable
credentials, a notable academicians, with a grand mission and a noble vision.
Since its inception the institute is catalyzing excellence in molding out young
graduates
through
rigorous
academic
training
programs,
personality
development programs and personal counseling.
Mother Teresa Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) is well-known
for its sprawling area of 23.45 acres, a well planned and comprehensive
infrastructure provided for students. The well-equipped state-of-the-art labs in
all of its disciplines are a testimony to this fact. Every year, the institution
invests lakhs of rupees on acquiring modern and highly sophisticated
equipment for its labs to be on par with its increasing student uptake and to
keep abreast of emerging trends and applications of engineering concepts. It
also spends staggering amounts for maintenance of these expensive labs.
MIST has an excellent team of highly qualified faculty with matching
teaching, research and industrial experience. The faculty motivates, mends and
guides the students towards the fulfillment of their dreams and attainment of
their goals. The congenial and creative environment of MIST helps the MISTIAN
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engineering students to discover, learn and explore the limitless possibilities in
the world of engineering and inspire themselves to tackle the opportunities and
challenges of tomorrow. The college offers Six B.Tech courses, Six M.Tech
courses along with MBA. The college has granted the status of permanent
affiliation by J.N.T.U.H, Hyderabad twice in 2009 and 2014. It has the credit
to host the remote center for IIT Bombay and IIT Kharagpur since 2012 and
continues the credentials with ISO 9001:2008 certification since 2010. The
college is also recognized under section 2(f) & 12(B) of UGC act, 1956. With
these credentials, the college is presenting its application to the National
Assessment and Accreditation Council for the accord of accreditation status.
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PART-B
Profile of the College
1. Profile of the Affiliated
1. Name and Address of the College:
Name :
Mother Teresa Institute of Science & Technology
Address :
Sanketika Nagar, Kothuru Village, Sathupally Mandal,
Khammam Dist.
City : Sathupally
Pin :507303
Website :
www.mistech.ac.in
State :Telangana
2. For Communication:
Telephone
with STD code
Designation
Name
Principal
Dr. C. Hari Krishna
O: 08761281251
[email protected]
7893075060 08761281252
R:
gmail.com
Vice Principal
Dr. G. Krishna
Murthy
O: 08761281251
[email protected]
9866234123 08761281252
R:
com
Steering
Committee
Coordinator
Mobile
Fax
Email
Dr. M.V.
O: 08761281251
[email protected]
9885628692 08761281252
Ramachandra Rao
R:
.com
3. Status of the Institution:
Affiliated College
√
Constituent College
Any other (specify)
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
i
For Men
ii
For Women
Iii
Co-education
√
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b. By Shift
i
Regular
ii
Day
iii
Evening
√
5. It is a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No
√
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and
provide documentary evidence.
Not Applicable
6. Sources of funding:
Government
Grant-in-aid
Self- financing
Any other
√
7. a. Date of establishment of the college: 19/07/2001
b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college
(If it is a constituent college)
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological
University Hyderabad
c. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
i. 2 (f)
ii. 12 (B)
Date, Month & Year
(dd-mm-yyyy)
28.08.2014
Remarks(If any)
28.08.2014
NIL
NIL
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC
Act) Enclosed – Annexure – I
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d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other
than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)
Under
Section/
clause
Recognition/Approv
al details
Institution/Departm
ent Programme
i. AICTE
F.No. South-Central/12014112106/2014/EOA
Procds. No.
AAC/Permanent
ii. JNTUH
Affiliation Mother Teresa
IST/2014
Day,
Month and
Year
(dd-mmyyyy)
Validity
Remarks
04.06.2014
2014-15
NIL
06.03.2014
2014-15
To
2018-19
NIL
(Enclose the re co g n i t i o n / approval letter) Enclosed – Annexure - II
8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as
recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?
√
Yes
NO
If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes
NO
√
9. Is the college recognized
a.
by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes
No
√
If yes, date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
b.
for its performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No
√
If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and
Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
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10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:
Location *
Rural
Campus area in sq. mts.
Built up area in sq.
94898.78
23,000
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
mts.
11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and
provide numbers or other details at appropriate places) or in case the
institute has an agreement with other agencies in using any of the
listed facilities provide information on the facilities covered under the
agreement.
•
Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities
√
•
Sports facilities
√
∗
Play ground
√
∗
Swimming pool
X
∗
Gymnasium
X
• Hostel
√
∗ Boys‟ hostel
∗
i.
Number of hostels
01
ii.
Number of inmates
iii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
156
 No of rooms
: 39
 No of dining halls
: 01
 News Papers
: 03
 Solar hot water facility
: Available
Girls‟ hostel
i.
Number of hostels
01
ii.
Number of inmates
132
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iii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
 No of rooms
: 65
 No of dining halls
: 01
 News papers
: 03
 Internet facility
: Available
 Solar hot water facility
: Available
 TV Room
: Available
∗ Working women‟s hostel : NO
i.
Number of inmates
ii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
• Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give
numbers available - cadre wise) - Not Available
• Cafeteria - Available
• Health centre – Available
First aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility, Ambulance…….
Health centre staff –
Qualified Doctor
Full Time
Part Time
√
Qualified Nurse
Full Time
Part Time
√
• Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
Book Shop & Post Box Available
• Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff Available
• Animal House Not Applicable
• Biological waste disposal Not Applicable
• Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and Voltage
Generator and un-interrupted power supply units are Available
• Solid waste management facility Available
• Waste water management
Available
• Water harvesting
Available
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12.
SI.
No.
Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current
academic year)
Programme
Level
Name of the
Programme/
Course
Duration
Sanctioned/
approved No. of students
Entry
Medium of
Student
admitted
Qualification instruction
strength
01 Under-Graduate
B.Tech.
(Civil Engineering)
4 years
Intermediate
English
60
32
02 Under-Graduate
B.Tech.
(Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
4 years
Intermediate
English
60
15
03 Under-Graduate
B.Tech.
(Mechanical
Engineering)
4 years
Intermediate
English
60
07
4 years
Intermediate
English
60
15
B.Tech.
05 Under-Graduate (Computer Science 4 years
& Engineering)
Intermediate
English
60
29
B.Tech.
4 years
(Mining Engineering)
Intermediate
English
60
39
B.Tech.
(Electronics
and
04 Under-Graduate
Communications
Engineering)
06 Under-Graduate
07
Post-Graduate
M.Tech.
(Structural
Engineering.)
08
Post-Graduate
M.Tech.
(Software
Engineering.)
09
Post-Graduate
M.Tech.
(Advanced
Manufacturing
System.)
10
M.Tech.
Post-Graduate (Power Electronics & 2 years
Electric Drives)
B.Tech.
(E.E.E. )
English
36
14
11
M.Tech.
(Computer
Science & 2 years
Post-Graduate
Engineering.)
B.Tech.
(C.S.E. / I.T. )
English
36
03
12
Post-Graduate
M.Tech.
(Electronics &
Communication
Engineering)
13
Post Graduate
Master of Business
Administration
2 years
B.Tech.
(Civil Engg)
English
36
16
2 years
B.Tech.
(C.S.E / I.T)
English
18
00
2 years
B.Tech.
(Mech.Engg./
Industrial
Production )
English
18
03
2 years
B.Tech.
(E.C.E.)
English
18
12
2 Years
Any Degree
English
120
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8
Integrated
Programmes
PG
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
Ph.D
Certificate
courses
Not Applicable
UG Diploma
PG Diploma
Any Other
(specify and
provide details)
13. Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes
√
No
If yes, how many?
13
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?
Yes
√
No
Number
05
15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like Library,
Physical Education as departments, unless they are also offering academic degree
awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments offering common
compulsory subjects for all the programmes like English, regional languages etc.)
Departments
Faculty
(eg. Physics, Botany, History
etc.)
UG
PG
Research
Science
Arts
Commerce
----------
----------
----------
Civil Engineering
B.Tech.
Civil Engineering
---------M.Tech.
Structural
Engineering
any Other
(Specify)
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---
Faculty
Departments
(eg. Physics, Botany,
History etc.)
UG
PG
B.Tech.
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
any Other
(Specify)
M.Tech.
Electrical & Electronics
Power
Engineering
Electronics &
Electrical Drives
M.Tech.
B.Tech.
Advanced
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical
Manufacturing
Engineering
System
B.Tech.
M.Tech.
Electronics &
Electronics &
Electronics &
Communication Engineering Communication Communication
Engineering
Engineering
M.Tech.
Computer
B.Tech.
Science &
Computer Science &
Computer Science
Engineering
Engineering
& Engineering
M.Tech.
Software
Engineering
B.Tech.
Mining Engineering
Mining
--Engineering
Master of Business
--MBA
Administration
16. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree
course like BA, BSc, MA, M.Com…)
a.
annual system
b.
semester system
c.
trimester system
13
17. Number of Programmes with
Not Applicable
a.
Choice Based Credit System
b.
Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach
c.
Any other (specify and provide details)
10
Research
---
---
---
---
---
----
18. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher Education?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
and number of batches that completed the Programme
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ………Date: ....... (dd/mm/yyyy)Validity:………
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher
Education Programme separately? Yes
No
√
19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……………. (dd/mm/yyyy)
and number of batches that completed the programme
b.
NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ……Date:…… (dd/mm/yyyy)Validity:..…
c.
Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education Programme separately? Yes
No
√
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Teaching faculty
Positions
Associate
Professor Professor
*M
*F
*M
*F
Sanctioned by the
UGC / University /
State Government
Recruited
Yet to recruit
Sanctioned by the
Management/
society or other
authorized bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit
Assistant
Professor
*M
*F
Non teaching
staff
*M
*F
Technical
staff
*M
*F
Not Applicable
07
00
11
03
*M-Male *F-Female
11
103
32
30
12
28
00
21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Associate
Professor
Highest
Professor
qualificatio
Male
Femal
Male
Femal
n
e
e
Permanent teachers
Assistant
Total
Professor
Male Femal
e
D.Sc./D.Litt.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Ph.D.
06
00
02
00
00
00
08
M.Phil.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
PG
01
00
09
03
101
32
146
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
M.Phil.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
PG
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Ph.D.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
M.Phil.
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
PG
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Part-time teachers
22. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.
03
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the
last four academic years.
Year 1
Year 2
Categories Male Female Male
Year 3
Year 4
Female Male Female Male Female
SC
22
13
22
03
28
08
19
09
ST
OBC
General
23
57
06
32
19
50
04
17
11
66
01
31
04
19
01
30
36
45
55
35
41
65
36
52
Others
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
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24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current
academic year:
Type of students
UG
Students from the same
state where the college is
132
located
Students from other states of
05
India
NRI students
00
Foreign students
00
Total
137
PG
M. Phil.
Ph.D.
Total
82
--
--
214
15
--
--
20
00
00
97
----
----
00
00
234
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)
UG
NIL
PG
NIL
26. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled )
(a) including the salary component
Rs. 48,127.30
(b) excluding the salary component
Rs. 15,041.31
27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a) is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of
another University Yes
No
b) Name of the University which has granted such registration.
c)
Number of programmes offered
d)
Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council.
Yes
No
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28. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered
UG
1 : 15
PG : 1:12
29. Is the college applying for
√
Accreditation : Cycle 1
Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re-Assessment:
(Cycle 1refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and
Cycle 4 refers to re- accreditation)
30. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and reassessment only)
Cycle 1: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result….…....
Cycle 2: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result…….....
Cycle 3: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation
Outcome/Result…….....
* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team
report(s) as an annexure.
31. Number of working days during the last academic year.
235
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year
(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged
excluding the examination days)
188
33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC) IQAC
10/12/2012 (dd/mm/yyyy)
34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR)
to NAAC.
AQAR
AQAR
AQAR
AQAR
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to include.
(Do not include explanatory/descriptive information)
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NIL
CRITERIA – WISE INPUTS
CRITERION 1
: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1: Curriculum Planning and implementation:
1.1.1 State the Vision, Mission and objectives of the Institution, and describe
how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
stakeholders.
The institution has been striving hard to realize the vision and fulfill the
mission as stated below:
 VISION
To attain the autonomous status
 MISSION
To inculcate the quality education and higher education through
flexibility in the curriculum proper training and excellence in teaching
will transform the students deserve to serve the needs of industry and
society.
 Goals and Objectives:
To train the students to be competent and confident to face the real
world challenges in their endeavors.
To provide congenial environment to the all round growth of the
students.
To encourage research in emerging areas of technology by both faculty
and students.
To further strengthen the industry institute collaboration.
 The Goals and Objectives are made known to the various
stakeholders through:
The alumni of the college are the best ambassadors of its goals and
objectives. The institution has hosted a website and disclosed all the
information in it. A brochure furnishing all the information is prepared
and the same is distributed among the students who are admitted in the
college at the time of admissions. Immediately after the admissions and
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before the commencement of the class work, an orientation program is
conducted to all the new students and their parents.
1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for
effective implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process
and substantiate through specific example(s).
The college takes utmost care to develop the action plans for effective
implementation of the curriculum. The College Academic Committee (CAC) of
the college conducts the meetings frequently with the Heads of the
departments
and
staff
members
for
effective
accomplishment
of
the
curriculum.
All the faculty members are encouraged to prepare course files in their
respective subjects and develop the Lab manuals. The lab manuals are
periodically audited and modified with innovative developments in the emerging
field of technology. All the efforts are deployed to maintain the quality delivery
in the curriculum.
A detailed lecture schedule and lecture notes are maintained in the
respective subjects by the concerned faculty members. HOD‟s of the respective
departments conduct the departmental meetings frequently to ensure effective
curriculum delivery as per lecture schedules.
Department faculty is encouraged to communicate the curriculum
through innovative teaching methods such as, presentations, assignments,
discussions and organizing workshops, seminars, industrial visits apart from
regular/traditional teaching methods. Faculty is advised to prescribe the
method of instruction delivery for each topic at the time of preparing the
lecture schedules. Depending on the lecture schedules prepared by the faculty,
suitable number of periods is allotted in the class time tables to notice that the
curriculum delivery is completed within the instruction period given by the
affiliating university.
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1.1.3 What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers
receive?
(from
the
University
and/or
institution)
for
effectively
translating the curriculum and improving teaching practices?
All the departments are well equipped with the following resources to
promote better teaching:
Resources: Departmental Library, Internet, LCD, OHP
The departments conduct workshops / refresher courses on the latest
topics and encourage the faculty to participate in the workshops. Further, the
college deputes the faculty members to various workshops held at other
institutions in this regard.
Academic
leave
is
granted
to
the
faculty
for
attending
workshops/seminars and bears the expenditures incurred towards the
registration fee, traveling and boarding.
The College library procures text books suggested by the faculty
members and subscribes to various journals and technical magazines to
provide an effective tool for the teaching.
Lectures of renowned professors on diverse subjects will be procured for
the library and put together in the central library for the use of faculty and
students. The library and computer centers are kept open from 8:00 am to 8:00
pm to facilitate the staff to prepare and update the course contents.
Photo Graphs of Faculty Attending a work shop on Aakash Tablet
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1.1.4 Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the
institution for effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the
Curriculum provided by the affiliating University or other statutory
agency.
The faculty members cautiously design the suitable experiments to
conduct in the laboratory related to the curriculum to craft the students to
understand the concepts easily.
Frequent industrial visits are arranged to provide the practical exposure to the
students on the related subjects.
Photo Graphs of MBA Students at an Industrial Visit
The departmental associations with the help of students and faculty
regularly conduct the group discussions and the technical quiz program
to embed the communication skills and subject knowledge effectively
among the students.
Students are encouraged to give presentations on specific topics of the
subjects so that they will be motivated for higher studies and helpful for
their career growth.
College plays vital role by providing Video Lectures delivered by eminent
Professors from IITs, NITs in its digital library and encourages the
students to listen to the lectures for better understanding of the subjects.
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1.1.5 How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries
such as Industry, research bodies and the university in effective
operationalisation of the curriculum?
The departments comprise Departmental Advisory Committees (DAC)
consist of eminent educationist/industrialist as members. The suggestions of
these committees are incorporated in the effective functioning of the
curriculum. MOUs are under process among the departments for effective
transfer of technical knowledge and know how.
Organization
1) Hi-Q Test Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
Nature of Collaboration
i)Development & Up gradation of technology in
the fields of PLC applications, instrumentation,
measurements, industry automation and
closed loop controllers.
2) Perfect Electronics
ii) Students internships, Project works and
Knowledge exchange program.
3) Fluid Logix
iii) Development and Up
technology in mechanical field.
4) Micro-Link private limited
gradation
iv) Enriching the Technical Education process
and enhancing the quality of education –
interaction
between
the
industry
and
institution.
With the assistance of Alumni Association and Training & Placement cell
the departments sustain the professional relations with the representatives of
industry. Industrial visits help the students from time to time to abreast the
latest developments taken place in the industry. The college is a member of
various professional bodies such as ISTE, IETE etc. and organizes workshops
in association with these bodies on latest curriculum.
1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff
members
to
the
of
development
of
the
curriculum
by
the
University?(number of staff members/departments represented on the
Board of Studies, student feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder
feedback provided, specific suggestions etc.)
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The exit feedback is collected from the students and reviewed by the DAC
for further enhancement. The resolutions taken by the DAC is forwarded to the
University for Consideration.
1.1.7 Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses
offered (Other than those under the purview of the affiliating university)
by it? If „yes‟, give details on the process (Needs Assessment, design,
development and planning) and the courses for which the curriculum has
been developed.
Since the college is not an autonomous body to design its own
curriculum. So, it has to implement the curriculum given by the affiliating
university. Any how, An Industry related topic of advanced topic is delivered at
every unit.
1.1.8 How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of
curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
The institution has fashioned the communication channels among all the
stakeholders to ensure that the objectives of the curriculum are achieved in the
course of implementation. The achievements of stated objectives of the
curriculum are ensured by:
Taking feedback from students on course outcomes.
Captivating student feedback on faculty and content delivery.
Intriguing exit feedback from outgoing students on the curriculum and
its implementation.
1.2 Academic Flexibility
1.2.1
Specifying
the
certificate/diploma/skill
goals
and
objectives
development
courses
give
details
of
the
etc.,
offered
by
the
institution.
Keeping in mind the mounting needs of state, national and global level, the
institution offers the following certificate/skill development courses:
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The departments of CSE conduct training program to II & III B.Tech
students in association with Infosys, Hyderabad, to impart IT industry
specific
knowledge
to
update
their
skill-set
and
enhance
their
employability under “Infosys Campus Connect Program”.
The college has established the English Language Communication Skills
(ELCS) lab to impart the soft skills and communication skills among the
students.
The time-table provides specific hours for
- T & P Class
- Library
- Internet
- Counseling
1.2.2 Does the institution offer program that facilitate twinning /dual
degree? If „yes', give details.
NO, the institute does not offer such program.
1.2.3 Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of
skills development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability.
Skill development:
Observing the mounting significance of soft skills, the college has been
imparting the soft skills among the student right from the admissions in the
B.Tech first year. Along with regular subjects, exclusive sessions are allotted in
the class time tables to communicate, training on aptitude, verbal and
interview skills by experts. In house GATE, PGECET coaching classes with the
help of both internal and external subject experts are conducted by each
department regularly.
To enhance the potentiality for employability, the college arranges
systematic and continuous pre-placement training program and frequent mock
tests to the students from pre-final year onwards by expert trainees from
external training agency like Globarena Technologies, Hyderabad.
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1.2.4 Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If „yes‟, list
them and indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference
to admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.
The college offers the following programs. All the programs are offered by
the college are self-financed only. All these programs are approved by the
AICTE, New Delhi and affiliating University JNTUH, Hyderabad
1. Programme:
1. UG – B.Tech Courses
2. PG – M.Tech Courses
3. MBA
2. Admissions:
70 % Admissions are carried under convener quota as per G.O.Rt.No.67,
Higher Education (TE/A2) Dept., dated 07-08-2014, G.O.Rt.No.54, Higher
Education (TE/A2) Dept., dated 04-08-2014, G.O.Rt.No.64, Higher Education
(TE/A2) Dept., dated 04-08-2014 based on merit in Common Entrance Test
(EAMCET/ICET/PGCET) and 30% of the seats are allotted under management
quota based on the merit of Intermediate examination and Bachelor Degree.
3. Curriculum:
The curriculum is designed by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological
University Hyderabad, Hyderabad and implemented by the college through the
well prepared patterns of instructions. Teaching aids like LCD projectors, OHP
propjectors, Computer and audio visual equipments are frequently used for
effective implementation of the curriculum. Latest revision of curriculum is in
2013 (R13).
4. Fee Structure:
As fixed by Admissions and Fee Regulatory Committee (AFRC) by state
Government.
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5. Teachers‟ Qualifications:
Post Graduation / Ph.D in Maths & Sciences, Post Graduation / Ph.D in
Engineering & Technology, Under Graduation in Engineering & Technology and
MBA.
Scale of Pay
6. Salary:
Assistant Professor
: Rs.15600 – 39100 + AGP 6000
Sr. Asst. Professor
: Rs.15600 – 39100 + AGP 7000
Associate Professor
: Rs.15600 – 39100 + AGP 8000
: Rs.37400 – 67000 + AGP 9000
Professor
: Rs.37400 – 67000 + AGP 10000
1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes,
relevant to regional and global employment markets? If „yes‟ provide
details of such programme and the beneficiaries.
YES.
To develop and upgrade the technology faculty development programmes
are organized on various streams such as Civil, Mechanical, Electrical,
Electronics and Computer, the college has tied-up with IIT Bombay.
Value added Courses:
Organization
Nature of Collaboration
The institute has taken up “AAKASH R&D” project in
IIT Bombay Remote
Center
association with IIT, Bombay through NME-ICT, MHRD,
Government of India. The main objective of this project
is Empowerment of Students and Teachers through
Synchronous & Asynchronous instruction.
1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the
conventional face-to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to
choose the courses/combination of their choice” If „yes‟, how does the
institution take advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?
NO, the University does not provide such flexibility.
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1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1 Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
University‟s Curriculum to ensure that the academic program and
Institution‟s goals and objectives are integrated?
To incorporate the academic program and institution‟s goals, the
following initiatives are taken to supplement the University‟s curriculum:
All the faculty members put their effort to identify the gaps in the curriculum
and include the topics to bridge the gaps.
Guest lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Training programs and industrial visits
are arranged to create an awareness on the existing demands of industry
Assignments are given regularly on all the subjects in addition to group
discussions, written/oral tests, quizzes and role plays, etc.
The
college
impetus
on
Spoken
English
classes
to
inculcate
good
communication skills and body language among the students.
N.S.S.
is
a
supplementary
competence
which
inculcates
the
social
responsibilities and community orientation among the students.
Intra mural academic competitions are conducted for all round development of
the students.
Short term programs are geared up by the college to supplement the curriculum
provided by the University to enhance employability among the students.
The Library is well stocked with most recent books, journals, back volumes, ebooks and e-journals. A library hour within the class time table is provided to
encourage the reading abilities among the students. The Library is kept open
from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM from Monday to Saturday and 8:00AM to 2:00PM on
Sundays and public holidays.
Additional experiments were designed in labs beyond the University prescribed
experiments
Students were advised and encouraged to take-up mini-projects.
1.3.2 What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and
organize the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the
students and cater to needs of the dynamic employment market?
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The college strictly adheres to the syllabus designed by JNTUH. While delivering
the syllabus to the students, our faculty enriches it with expertise and
experience so that, students gain employable qualities and enable to get the
jobs in the cut throat competitive world.
The training and placement cell of the college regularly interacts with the HR
managers of the companies and collects the first hand information regarding
the demands and expectations of the corporate sector. The demands of the
companies are then communicated to the feedback committee which in turn
formulates add on courses and extra classes are conducted to bridge the
deficiencies in the students and formulate them employable.
The institution enriched and organized the curriculum by supplementing it with
additional content so that the students are benefited in the best possible
manner.
Special training and tailor made orientation programs are conducted to enable
the students to achieve the global standards. OHP and LCD projectors have
been used for effective instructional delivery.
The students are encouraged to take up mini projects and main projects related
to the real time problems. If necessary, students are advised to visit the
industries or research organizations and collect the data, do the analysis and
suggest the probable solutions.
Project Work, Mini Project, Seminar and Comprehensive Viva-Voce are made
compulsory in the final semester of the program so that the students would
acquire enough skills to solve the problems independently.
1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross
cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental Education,
Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?
Girls and boys are encouraged to participate in the co-curricular
activities such as paper presentations, organization of paper contests, group
discussions, technical quiz program, cultural and literary etc. Both boys and
girls are encouraged to be the members of various academic, co-curricular and
extracurricular activities. Women protection cell is constituted in the college to
look into the problems of girl students and lady staff members.
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Subjects like Environmental Studies are introduced in the curriculum to create
awareness on environmental issues and inculcate the moral and ethical values
among the student community.
The NSS unit of the college adopt villages and organizes clean and green
programs in nearby villages to create the awareness among the public and take
their assistance in the plantation and keeping the surroundings clean.
1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes
offered to ensure holistic development of students? Moral and ethical
values
Special care is taken to arrange the lectures by renowned persons to
instill moral and ethical values among the students.
Employable and life skills
The NSS Unit of the college involves the students in various social service
activities by arranging special camps in nearby villages and towns.
Inauguration of NSS winter special camp
Creating awareness among the villagers
Inauguration of NSS-Blood Donation Camp
Numerous programs on employable skills are conducted right from the
second year to improve the technical and soft skills of the students.
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Seminar on Personality Development
The
institute
furnish
Workshop on Placement Orienatation
due
importance
to
the
co-curricular
&
extracurricular activities and organizes State Level Technical Symposium year
by year, cultural, literary activities, Games & Sports festival for three days to
extend the interpersonal and decision making skills are conduct every year.
Inauguration of National Level Technical Symposium Y Brains 2011 And 2013
Sportsday Celebrations
Performing on College Day Celebrations
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Voters day Celebrations
Celabrating Road Safety Week
Teachers‟ day, Engineers day and Women‟s Day celebrations are grandly
organized by staff and students to emphasize the importance of teacherstudent relationship, the role of engineers in the nation building and
safety measures to the girls.
Awareness on Women Protection
Engineers Day Celebrations
Participating And Perforaming At Technical Workshop (Engineers Day)
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Highlighting the Career At The Companies During Campus Selections By HRS
Better career options
Training and Placement Cell regularly interacts with diverse employers
and identifies the new vicinity of knowledge in demand and career
options available and train the students according to the needs of the
industry to enhance the employability.
Students Selected For IIT Labs
Campus Drive By HCL
Campus Interview By Polaris and Group Discussion Round
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Community orientation
The college NSS team regularly organizes social camps in surrounding
areas and villages to create awareness among the public on various
social, moral, ethical principles.
Commencement of Nss Summer Special Camp
Adreesing The Importance of Nss Camp
Clean And Green During Nss Camp
Nss Camp At Thumburu Village
Bringing Awareness Among The Villagers
Donating Blood At Nss Camp
NSS unit of the college has adopted nearby villages Rejerla, Thumburu
& and recently vemsoor lend a hand to the needy people.
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1.3.5 Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the
feedback from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
The exit feedback is taken on all aspects.
1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its
enrichment programmes?
Feedback is taken on all quality enrichment programs at the end and
suitable amendments are advised wherever necessary.
1.4 Feedback system
1.4.1. What are the contributions of the institution in the design and
development of the curriculum prepared by the university?
The Institute takes feedback from the students, staff and submitted to
DAC with necessary amendments and recommends including it for further
enhancement while preparing curriculum.
1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum? If „yes‟, how is it communicated to the
university and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and
introducing changes/new programmes?
Each department adopts internal mechanism to collect the feedback on
curriculum. Based on the feedback the faculty is instructed to include the
latest topics as additional topics in their lesson plan.
1.4.3 How many new programmes / courses were introduced by the
institution during the last four years? What was the rationale for
introducing new courses/programmes? Any other relevant information
regarding curricular aspects which the college would like to include.
Two new courses were introduced: Mining and Mechanical. The college
is located in the coal mine effected zone and it is identified the need of mining
and mechanical engineers to work at these places.
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CRITERION II: TEACHING – LEARNING AND
EVALUATION
2.1. Student Enrollment & Profile
2.1.1. How does the college ensure wide publicity and transparency in the
admission process?
The College follows the guidelines given by Telangana State Council of
Higher Education, Government of Telangana during the admission process.
The college publishes its annual prospectus highlighting the courses offered
with an intake and admission criterion and is arranged to all the prospective
students and parents.
The college owns the web portal to display the information for the
viewers. The website is www.mistech.ac.in. All the information regarding the
college and the notifications like admissions, faculty recruitment, events,
results, placement details, etc., are posted in the website and are updated from
time to time. In addition to this the college advertises in regional and national
dailies.
2.1.2. Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission to
various programs of the Institution?
70% of seats in all B.Tech., M.Tech., and MBA programs are filled by the
state government through a centralized web based counseling, based on the
ranks obtained in the state level and national level entrance examinations
called EAMCET, GATE, PGECET and ICET respectively for B.Tech., M.Tech and
MBA. The remaining 30% seats are filled through notifications issued by the
college following the guidelines of the state government and the list of
candidates admitted is ratified by both the state government and the affiliating
university. An additional 20% seats are filled into Engineering UG programs
through lateral entry scheme directly into 2nd year and the admissions are
made by the state government through ECET, a state level entrance test
conducted for the diploma holders.
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2.1.3 Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission
at entry level for each of the programs offered by the college and provide
a comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the
city/district.
i) A-Category (Convener Quota) admissions: Criteria followed
 First B.Tech – EAMCET ranks
 Second B.Tech (Lateral Entry) – ECET ranks
 M.Tech - GATE / PGECET ranks
 MBA - ICET ranks
ii) B-Category (Management Quota) admissions: Criteria followed
 Institutions approved by All India Council for Technical Education and
permitted to fill NRI seats not exceeding 5% of the sanctioned intake in
each course for the academic year shall admit into the first year B.Tech
courses.
 NRI candidates (sons and daughters of NRIs) who have qualified the
examination with not less than 50% of marks in prescribed group
subjects or 50% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination or
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) equivalent to 5 on a scale of 10.
 The left over seats shall be filled on merit basis with candidates including
from other States and union territories who have secured rank at AIEEE
(JEE-Main) and secured not less than 45% (40% in case of candidates
belonging to reserved categories) of marks in the prescribed group
subjects in the qualifying examination.
 The unfilled seats from the above shall be filled with eligible candidates
on merit basis following eligibility criteria laid down in rule (4) of
G.O.Ms.No.67.
 If any seats are still remain unfilled such seats may be filled on merit
basis with candidates securing not less than 45% (40% in case of
candidates belonging to reserved categories) in the prescribed group
subjects taken together/aggregate marks in the qualifying examination.
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 All affiliated colleges are governed by the admission procedures and
guidelines prescribed by the Telangana State Council of Higher
Education, Government of Telangana.
2.1.4 Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission
process and student profiles annually? If „yes‟ what is the outcome of
such an effort and how has it contributed to the improvement of the
process?
 The process of admission is totally under the control of the Telangana
State Council of Higher Education, Government of Telangana.
 The admission process cannot be reviewed by the institute. Even though
admission process is uniform across the state, admitted students‟
profiles are reviewed by the institute every year. Institute highlights its
achievements in media to improve its profile and attract the merit
students.
 It is believed that the quality of teaching and care taken by the college in
conducting special classes for slow learners, classes on topics beyond
syllabus, pre placement training, GATE coaching; encouraging students
to
participate
in
seminars,
group
discussions,
technical
skills,
communication skills etc. will be useful to the students. The innovative
environment will create the enthusiastic milieu in quality of admissions.
2.1.5. Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for
following categories of students, enumerate on how the admission
policy of the institution and its student profiles demonstrate/reflect
the National commitment to diversity and inclusion
a. SC / ST/ OBC
The under privileged communities are provided reservations during the
time
of
admissions
and
the
state
government
extends
tuition
fee
reimbursement and scholarship facility to the eligible students. The quota of
reservation for these categories is as follows:
SC: 15%
ST: 7%
OBC: 25%
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b. Women?
The Telangana state government has provided the reservation of 33.33%
of seats to women candidates.
c. Differently-abled?
Students belonging to this category are also encouraged in the
admissions as they are also given a specific quota by the state government in
the admissions.
d. Economically-weaker sections of the society?
The state government extends tuition fee reimbursement and scholarship
facility to the eligible students.
e. Minority Community & Athletes and sports persons?
Students belonging to this category are also encouraged in the
admissions as they are also given a specific quota by the state government in
the admissions.
2.1.6 Provide the following details for various programs offered by the
institution during the last four years and comment on the trends. i.e.
reasons for increase / decrease and actions initiated for improvement.
Number of
applications
Program
Number of students
admitted
Demand
Ratio
mes
2013-14 2012-13
UG
1.B.Tech
PG
1.M.Tech
2.MBA
2011-12
2010-11
2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
2010-11
2013-14 2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
67
138
184
248
67
138
184
248
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
87
118
106
72
87
118
106
72
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
40
43
42
47
40
43
42
47
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
 In the recent years students are not interested to opt for IT program due to
recession.
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 During the A.Y.2013-14, the admissions are reduced little bit due to the
proposal and declaration of separate state, the agitations, bandh‟s, academic
disturbance made the students confused for the admissions
 In the year 2012-13, admissions slow down due to the delay in the process of
admissions, increase in number of colleges in AP, recession in industry and in
IT sector etc. Due to the delay in admissions, many students opted for deemed
universities in AP and others states.
2.2. Catering to Student Diversity
2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled
students and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?
 The institution is completely adhering to Telangana Government policies
regarding the needs of differently-abled students.
 In the extreme cases class work is arranged at the ground floor.
 Scribes are permitted during the examinations for the students suffering with
improper vision and functional disability.
2.2.2 Does the institution assess the students‟ needs in terms of
knowledge and skills before the commencement of the program? If
„yes‟, give details on the processes
Yes, the EAMCET rank and the performance of the I B.Tech students in
the end examination provide an index to assess the student‟s knowledge /
needs before the commencement of the year.
Yes, the institutions assess the student‟s needs in terms of knowledge
and skills before the commencement of every program. The mid exams, random
tests, help the faculty to identify the gaps among the students. Regular faculty
student interaction caters the development in the benefit of the students.
2.2.3 What are the strategies adopted by the institution to bridge the
knowledge
gap
of
the
enrolled
students
(Bridge/Remedial/
Add-on/Enrichment Courses, etc.) to enable them to cope with the
programme of their choice?
The institution has drawn and deploys the following strategies:
 The institution takes interest to conduct remedial classes / tutorial classes for
the slow learners to enhance the skills and competence.
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 Personality Development programs are regularly organized to improve the
behavior of the students and motivate them for an innovation and creativeness.
 English Language Communication Skills (ELCS) Lab puts it efforts to improve
the English proficiency of the students.
2.2.4 How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues
such as gender, inclusion, environment etc.?
 The institution holds the reputation of imparting holistic education with
emphasis on ethical and moral principles.
 Being coeducational institution, the college sensitizes its staff and students on
issues such as gender discrimination, sexual harassment and teasing by
conducting seminars and workshops.
 The N.S.S. unit conducts awareness program to the villagers around sathupalli
to enlighten the importance of education to children, sanitation, hygiene,
environmental, and social responsibilities.
 The students actively take part in social service activities such as clean & green
programme, plantation, health checkup camps, blood donation camps, fire
safety measures etc.
 Mentoring/counseling is a part of our academic calendar. A group of 20
students are allotted to each faculty. They are allowed to conduct
counseling sessions in an academic year / semester and address the
academic and personal needs of the students.
Senior Civil Judge Sri. K. Kusha Address the gathering on women rights
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2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to special
educational/learning needs of advanced learners?
A streamlined mechanism for continuous monitoring and evaluation of
the students is established with the help of senior and experienced faculty.
This system helps to identify the advanced learners.
They are recognized based on the performance in the internal exams, regular
attendance and the performance in class tests. Advanced learners are
continuously encouraged to strive for higher goals. They are provided by the
additional inputs such as:
 Better career planning and growth
 Assigning seminar topics.
 Offering special coaching for GATE / PGECET exam.
 Additional library cards.
 Training and guidance on paper presentations is imparted.
 Faculty offer confidence to prepare for the competitive examinations like GATE,
CAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS etc.,
 Encouraging the students to participate in classroom seminars, group
discussions, technical quizzes etc. to enhance analytical, problem solving and
presentation skills.
 Motivating to access latest online journals, reference materials to understand
the emerging trends in the respective field of study
 Appointing them as student representatives by the department level committees
to develop leadership skills.
2.2.6 How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and
information on the academic performance (through the programme
duration) of the students at risk of drop out (students from the
disadvantaged sections of society, physically challenged, slow learners,
economically weaker sections etc. who may discontinue their studies if
some sort of support is not provided)?
The departments maintain the academic record right from the admission
of the disadvantaged sections of society, physically challenged, slow learners,
and economically weaker sections etc. Slow learners are identified by their
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performance in class tests, assignments and mid examinations. Such students
are inquired to explain their problems and the following measures are taken to
reduce the drop outs:
 Special classes are conducted for students deficient in language skills.
 Remedial classes are organized to clarify doubts, re-explaining of critical topics
for improving the academic performance.
 Each faculty is assigned the duty of counselor for every 20 students. The
faculty counselor assesses the nature of their problem. Students with
psychological / emotional problems are motivated in a friendly way to reach
their academic goals.
 Poor performance due to frequent absenteeism is dealt by informing over phone
and sending letters to the parents.
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1 How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan, evaluation blue
print, etc.)
i) Academic calendar:
 The academic calendar issued by the affiliating university JNTUH, is followed in
Toto.
ii) Teaching Plan:
 Head of the department conducts meeting with the faculty before the
commencement of the semester and the subject allocation is done with the help
of the faculty.
 Class timetables are prepared and displayed on all the notice boards.
 Every faculty member is advised to prepare course file.
 Laboratory
manuals
are
prepared
and
supplied
to
students
at
the
commencement of the semester.
 Review meetings are arranged periodically to review the coverage of syllabus.
 Usage of teaching aids like OHPs, LCDs PPTs are necessary while delivering the
lectures.
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iii) Evaluation:
 Two mid examinations, subjective and objective, in theory subjects and one
internal examination in case of practical are conducted in each semester.
 The department will carry out internal assessment on all subjects based on
internal performance of the students.
 Continuous evaluation procedure is followed for practical‟s.
 Internal marks are awarded following the University guidelines.
 However, University conducts end semester examinations in both theory and
practical subjects and arranges transparent evaluation.
 Evaluation of mini-projects and main projects is also done under the
supervision of the University.
2.3.2 How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching –learning
process?
IQAC Conducts internal quality audit periodically.
2.3.3 How is learning made more student-centric? Give details on the
support structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills
like interactive learning, collaborative learning and independent learning
among the students?
The college offers support services to the teachers for making the
learning student centric. The college organizes guest lectures and arranges
industrial visits for students to develop their interactive, collaborative and
independent learning.
Interactive learning
The college provides state-of- art seminar halls and e-class rooms for the
students to participate in group discussions, debates and seminars.
Collaborative learning
 The college has the facility of teaching aids such as OHP projectors, LCD
projectors, broadband internet connectivity.
 The departments maintain department libraries and internet facility to access
all the journal, e-material, e-books etc through library server. It enables the
students and faculty to keep abreast of the latest developments in their
respective fields.
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Independent learning
 The college provides well stocked library consisting of books, e books, journals,
project reports and other teaching material for the benefit of students and
faculty.
 The department provides well equipped labs and enough time for improving
programming skills & logical thinking.
2.3.4 How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and
scientific temper among the students to transform them into life-long
learners and innovators?
 Enough encouragement and congenial environment is provided to the students
to design their own applications using the available equipment and software in
the laboratory.
 Students are motivated to participate in model making, paper presentations,
software contests and various co-curricular activities in various events
organized in and outside the college.
 The scientific temper is maintained among the students is enhanced by
providing additional laboratory hours and research activities under the
guidance of experienced faculty.
 Students are constantly encouraged to participate in and outside of the college
for project competitions, seminars, paper presentations and workshops with
hands-on experience.
 Students are geared up live / industry projects.
 Students are mobilized to gain knowledge in interdisciplinary subjects through
selection of open electives, seminars and discussions with experts.
 The college supports the students to participate in games & sports, NSS and
other social activities to enhance their team-work, team building, skills, self
esteem, and personality.
 Group discussions, mock interviews, paper presentations, debates and
seminars are organized to hone the critical thinking of the students.
2.3.5 What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the
faculty for effective teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories, e-learning –
resources from National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning
(NPTEL) and National Mission on Education through Information and
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Communication
Technology
(NME-ICT),
open
educational
resources,
mobile education, etc.
E-learning Resources
 Modern teaching aids like OHP projectors, LCD projectors, Multimedia, PPTs,
live examples and Internet enabled Computer systems are used for class room
instruction as well as other student learning experiences.
 The students are also encouraged to use computer software packages for their
projects.
NPTEL
 5123 hours of NPTEL video courses on 218 subjects are provided in the library.
NME-ICT
 The college is a registered Remote Centre (ID1102) of IIT Bombay under NMEICT. The main objective of the center is to conduct workshops to empower the
students and teachers through Synchronous and Asynchronous instruction.
 The institute has taken up “AAKASH R&D” project in association with IIT,
Bombay through NME-ICT, MHRD, and Government of India. 79 faculty
members of the college have registered for AAKASH workshop. AAKASH tablets
were distributed for the registered participants for the better implementation of
the instructions.
2.3.6 How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of
knowledge and skills (blended learning, expert lectures, seminars,
workshops etc.)?
 The staff members are constantly encouraged to participate and attend shortterm courses, staff development program and workshops on advanced topics to
enhance the knowledge.
 Guest Lectures/ workshops are organized by inviting experts / resource
persons on advanced topics.
 Faculty members are encouraged to participate / present papers at national
and international seminars / conferences / workshops.
 The departments conduct paper contest, poster presentation, technical
exhibition etc to enhance the communication and technical skills among the
students under departmental association activities.
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 The college conducts a National Level Technical paper contests “Y-Brains”, a
National Technical Symposium year by year.
 Faculty is advised to deliver “Content beyond syllabus” during their classroom
instruction apart from the regular curriculum.
2.3.7 Detail (process and the number of students/benefited) on the
academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance services
(professional
counseling/mentoring/academic
advise)
provided
to
students?
 The class teachers carefully monitor the regularity of attendance and the
performance of the students in internal evaluation tests and end semester
examinations. Accordingly, the students are advised and remedial classes are
conducted for the poor performers and slow learners.
 Counselors / advisors are allotted for each class or group of students to provide
academic and personal guidance. Usually, one faculty member is assigned as
counselor for a group of 20 students. In this way, all the students‟ are benefited
academically.
 The students who need psychological support and moral boosting, the students
who are psycho-socially left out are provided psychological counseling by
inviting the psychologists.
 Counseling seminars are conducted every year by renowned counselors
to all the students
2.3.8 Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted
by the faculty during the last four years? What are the efforts made by
the institution to encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative
approaches and the impact of such innovative practices on student
learning?
 An exclusive well equipped seminar hall and e-class room for the departments
 The use of modern multi-media teaching aids like OHP projectors, LCD
projectors, Internet enabled computer systems are usually employed during
class room instructions.
 Students are continuously encouraged to make use of computer software
packages for analyses and experimental work in their projects.
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 The college constantly encourages the faculty to enhance their subject
knowledge and research in their respective fields using library resources and
software.
 Assignments are prepared creatively by the faculty in all the subjects and
students are asked to prepare the solutions by referring the books and other elearning materials.
 Seminars / symposiums are conducted regularly to bring out the inherent
talents of the budding engineers. Guest lectures are arranged on the latest
topics by the eminent academicians / industrialists.
 The faculty members are encouraged to participate in National/International
seminars/conference/workshops by extending academic leaves
 ELCS lab is established to improve the verbal skills of the students.
2.3.9 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning
process?
The college has a central library with plinth area of 900 sqm with all
modern facilities.
The library has the following resources:
Details
Digital Library
 The students are encouraged to utilize the learning materials available in the
library.
 The faculty and students go through the video lectures like NPTEL, NME-ICT of
Professors from IITs.
 The faculty and the students refer the online and print journals.
 Students refer the e-learning resource material available in the digital library to
enhance their technical knowledge and understanding of the subjects.
 The library and Internet centre extend the services beyond the working hours of
institution. Students can download the required technical information.
2.3.10 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the
curriculum within the planned time frame and calendar? If „yes‟,
elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional approaches
to overcome these.
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YES
Though the institute could complete the curriculum within the stipulated
time given by the University, even though faced the following challenges:
a) Due to late admissions at first year level, as the instruction period is usually
less. Faculty takes it as a challenge and completes the syllabus in time by
conducting extra classes and motivates the students to prepare on day to day
class room instructions.
b) Sometimes faculty need to conduct bridge courses particularly to the lateral
entry students admitted into second year to meet the curriculum gap so as to
make them comfortable with the curriculum subjects.
c) Unforeseen interruptions to the class work are compensated by arranging
extra classes beyond working hours.
2.3.11 How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of
teaching learning?
 Feedbacks for betterment in teaching in all the subjects are taken from
the students in every semester.
 The feedback is analyzed and evaluated on the scale of 100% and every
teacher is provided with a copy of feedback for necessary changes in the
teaching. Further, faculty is counseled by the heads of the departments,
Principal and Management if required.
 The administration also receives the feedback by interacting with a
selected group of students from each class for the relevant information.
2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies adopted
by the college in planning and management (recruitment and retention) of
its human resource (qualified and competent teachers) to meet the
changing requirements of the curriculum?
Recruitment of faculty:
The college recruits and retains the faculty who are competent, qualified,
experienced and experts in their respective field of study. The college advertises
the recruitment of the faculty in the state and national newspapers and
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conducts interviews by inviting the subject experts and internal senior faculty.
AICTE and University guidelines are followed at the time of recruitment.
Retention of Faculty:
The following retentive measures are adopted by the college to ensure
long stay of its staff members in the college:
The medical leave is provided for all the staff members of the college
2.4.2 How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity of
qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/ modern areas
(emerging
areas)
of
study
being
introduced
(Biotechnology,
IT,
Bioinformatics etc.)? Provide details on the efforts made by the
institution in this direction and the outcome during the last three years.
The courses of Biotechnology, Bioinformatics & IT are not offered in the
institution.
2.4.3 Providing details on staff development programs during the last four
years elaborate on the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing
the teacher quality.
a). Nomination of faculty to Staff Development programs:
Academic Staff Development
Programmes
Refresher Courses
Number of Faculty
Nominated
18
HRD Programmes
03
Orientation Programmes
07
Staff Training conducted by the
38
university
Staff training conducted by other
19
institutions
Summer / Winter Schools,
200
Workshops, etc.
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b) Faculty training programs organized by the Institution to empower
and enable the
use of
various tools and technology for improved
teaching-learning.
India produces amongst the largest number of engineering graduates in
the world every year. Yet, not all of them are industry ready; leading to high
un-employability levels.Mission10X was launched on September 5, 2007 to
address the challenges of employability of engineering graduates by enhancing
the quality of engineering education. The key task was to develop a
sustainable model to enhance the quality of engineering education in India.
Though students are the end beneficiaries, it is not a feasible option to directly
target them since this exercise would then have to be repeated year after year
on every new batch of students. It was in this context that Mission10X
adopted
an
empowering
innovative
faculty,
approach
developing
with
a
three-pronged
transformative
academic
emphasis
leaders
on
and
leveraging technology. Together, these three initiatives result in helping build
institutions which are on par with the best in the world.
Mission 10X is a faculty development program conducted by WIPRO for
the faculty members in the college from 28 November to 02 December, 2011. It
aims to achieve the following:

Expose the faculty members to modern and advanced ways of teaching

Move from a (only) chalk-and-talk approach to more interactive methods

Demonstrate some of the interactive methods through active participation from
the attendees

A paradigm shift from „teaching‟ to „learning‟

Help teachers build a bond with their students and work together towards a
common goal

Some of the exclusive features of the programs were:
Each member was asked to talk on specific topics. These presentations were
video recorded and reviewed. Feedback was taken from other attendees as well.

Make group-presentations (in the form of skits) to illustrate the idea of
interactive teaching.
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
Prepare and present assignments regarding various topics covered during the
course.

A number of group activities including presentations, small plays, yoga, mind
games etc.

Very little PowerPoint presentation.

A complete project illustrating the process of building session plans and
executing the same using interactive methods.

Each faculty member was made to prepare and upload 2 session plans on
topics they will teach in the next semester
Key Outcomes:

A lot of INSIGHT and EXPOSURE into new ways of teaching
 An immense amount of SATISFACTION
 High Impact Teaching Skills
 micro-teaching methodology
 Interpersonal communication and listening skills
 Using Analogies to simplify complex content
 Handling difficult classroom situations
 Learner Diversity
 Mapping teaching methodologies to learner styles
 Moving towards reflective practitioner
 Innovative Pedagogies
Faculty obtaining training at Mission 10x
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Executing the task during the training session
2.4.4 What policies / systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg:
providing research grants, study leave, support for research and academic
publications teaching experience in other national institutions and
specialized programmes industrial engagement etc.)
 The institution extends it support for the professional development of the
faculty.
 The institution deputes its faculty to attend refresher and orientation programs,
conferences, seminars and training programs organized by other institutes,
universities and research organizations.
 The institution conducts seminars, workshops and special lectures for the
benefit of its faculties and students during the last four years.
 The Institute grants study leave to pursue higher studies
2.4.5 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognition at the
state, national and international level for excellence in teaching during
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the last four years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and
environment contributed to such performance / achievement of the
faculty.
NIL
2.4.6 Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the
students and external Peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for
improving the quality of the teaching-learning process?
YES.
 The evaluation of faculty by the students through feedback is done in
every semester. The feedback is analyzed and appropriate suggestions
are given to the faculty by the concerned HoD and the Principal to rectify
the short comings.
 The feedback mainly focuses on the various teaching skills of the faculty
members, like presentation, communication, knowledge and content
covered.
 The head of the institution interacts with few students of each class and
takes the feedback on the teachers about the effectiveness of their
classes and learning material provided.
 Performance and self-appraisals are taken from the faculty at the end of
every academic year and their performance is evaluated. Based on the
evaluation report, faculty are counseled.
2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms:
2.5.1 How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the
institution especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation
processes?
 The Stakeholders of the institution i.e. students, faculty members and
even the parents of the students are informed regarding evaluation
process by imparting general instructions mentioned in the prospectus of
the institution.
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 The instructions periodically issued by the affiliating university are
promptly communicated to the students.
 The faculty members read the instructions even in the classrooms and
copy of the same is also displayed on the students notice-board.
 Students are informed at the commencement of the session regarding the
internal examinations and other academic instructions.
 Clear instructions are given to the students regarding the eligibility
conditions required to appear in the final exams.
 They are informed the criterion of the internal assessment.
 The evaluation is the integral part of teaching learning process.
 The institution makes effective arrangements for the smooth application
of the rules regarding the evaluation processes.
 The college has developed a proper mechanism for this purpose. Staff
meetings are conducted periodically to review the evaluation process.
 Academic calendar and syllabus books are provided to the students after
the admissions in the first year B. Tech course.
2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the
institution has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the
institution on its own?
The college is affiliated to JNTUH University, Hyderabad, Telangana. The
university has initiated various evaluation reforms viz.
 Introduction of internal assessment.
 Introduction of common question papers for all the students for final
exams at the end of each semester.
 The college has adopted various university reforms concerning evaluation
viz.
 Internal marks are awarded to the students as per the university criteria.
 Student centric learning through assignments, projects, seminars and
practical sessions.
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2.5.3 How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the
evaluation reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution
on its own?
 The evaluation reforms of the university are followed in the best of the
spirit. The evaluation is all fair.
 The students are satisfied by showing them the evaluated performance in
the answer sheets. If there is any doubt regarding the evaluation, it is
made clear to the students.
 All the records are maintained very carefully i.e. answer sheets, award
lists etc. Class tests are conducted and record is reserved by the
particular faculty.
 Whenever class tests are conducted, the results of the student‟s
performance/awards are shown to the students to encourage them and
counsel them for better performance.
 The institution has followed the improved examination system as
prescribed by the JNTUH University, Hyderabad, Telangana
 Students can apply for Revaluation and Recounting procedures of the
University regarding the end semester examinations.
2.5.4 Provide details on the formative and summative assessment
approaches adopted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples
which have positively impacted the system?
As the college is affiliated to JNTUH, Hyderabad, reforms and regulations of
the University in examinations and evaluation are followed:
 In order to bring a positive change in the evaluation practices, the institution
adopts both formative and summative methods of evaluation.
 Formative
approach
for
evaluation
includes
measuring
the
student‟s
achievement through seminars and class tests.
 Assignments were given on advanced topics for knowledge enhancement of
students
 The evaluation through these approaches gives lot of information regarding
student achievement after teaching a particular unit.
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 The concerned teacher may get some direction regarding the student. Necessary
steps regarding his/her improving can be pondered over.
 The summative evaluation is done during internal examinations. All faculty
members follow the formative approach to measure students‟ achievements &
performance through 1) class test 2) assignments.
 For summative approach two internal tests are taken in the college. This is how
the institution uses the formative and summative evolution approaches in the
campus.
2.5.5 Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and
transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and
weightages assigned for the overall development of students (weightage
for behavioral aspects, independent learning, communication skills etc.
The college maintains transparency in the internal assessment. The
criterion adopted is as directed by the University. All the students are
familiarized regarding the transparency in internal assessments. Each subject
is evaluated by an experienced and trained internal and external examiner.
Two internal examinations are conducted in every semester. Each internal
examination consists of one descriptive, one objective test and assignment in
each subject.
2.5.6 What is the graduate attributes specified by the college/affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the
students?
Graduate Attributes (GA) of the college:
Graduate Attributes (GAs) form a set of individually assessable outcomes
that are the components indicative of the graduate potential to acquire
competence to practice at the appropriate level. The GAs is exemplars of the
attributes expected of a graduate from an institution. The graduate attributes
are:
GA1 : Engineering Knowledge
GA2 : Problem Analysis
GA3 : Design/ Development
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GA4 : Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems
GA5 : Modern Tool Usage
GA6 : The Engineer and Society
GA7 : Environment and Sustainability
GA8 : Ethics
GA9 : Individual and Teamwork
GA10 : Communication
GA11 : Project Management and Finance
GA12 : Life-long Learning
The program outcomes are developed to attain the Graduate Attributes
and to meet the program educational objectives.
Program Outcomes (POs):
Programme Outcomes are narrow statements that describe what
students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation.
These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire in
their matriculation through the programme. The following outcomes are
attained by the students through the engineering programs:
PO1 : An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering,
PO2 : An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and
interpret data
PO3 : An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired
needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social,
political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
PO4 : An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
PO5 : An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
PO6 : An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
PO7 : An ability to communicate effectively
PO8 : The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering
solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
PO9 : A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
PO10 : A knowledge of contemporary issues, and
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PO11 : An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools
necessary for engineering practice.
PEO1 : To prepare graduates with solid foundation in mathematics, science
and related engineering subjects so as to comprehend, analyze, design and
apply the Knowledge to real life problems.
PEO2 : To prepare graduates who can achieve a high level of technical expertise
so that they are able to succeed in their chosen profession.
PEO3 : To inculcate in students the spirit of lifelong learning, professional
attitude, ethics, and teamwork and to develop effective communication skills,
multidisciplinary approach for a successful
professional career.
PEO4: To enhance industry-institute interaction with reputed academic and
industrial organizations in order to impart knowledge and hands-on experience
to students thus making them engineers of excellence.
Evaluation which the college would like to include.
The college scrupulously follows the Quality Document and implements
all the policies related to teaching-learning process as per the Quality
Document. Evaluation process is done as per the guidelines of the university.
2.5.7 What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference
to evaluation both at the college and University level?
At college level:
The answer scripts of internal examinations are shown to the students
after evaluation to bring out the discrepancies, if any, to the notice of teacher
concerned, and the necessary corrections will be made.
If student is not satisfied with the marks awarded in any subject/ laboratory
after bringing it to the notice of the teacher concerned, he/she may represent
the same to the Chief-Superintendent of Examinations through the HOD
concerned. All such representations are taken positively and reassessment will
be made by a competent teacher if necessary.
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At University level:
The student is entitled to apply for revaluation in theory subjects by
paying the prescribed fee to the University. The University will take up all such
applications and revaluates the scripts by competent subject teachers.
However, if there is no improvement earlier marks will be retained.
2.6 Students Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If yes, give
detail on how the students and staff are made aware of these?
YES. The college has clearly stated learning outcomes.
The faculty, industry and alumni are actively involved in preparing the
learning outcomes of the college based on Graduate Attributes. The learning
outcomes of the college are informed to the students and staff by displaying on
the departments and at all prominent places of the college.
2.6.2 Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the
progress and performance of students through the duration of the
course/programme?
Provide
an
analysis
of
the
students
results/achievements (Programme/course wise for last four years) and
explain the differences if any and patterns of achievement across the
programmes/courses offered.
Under the supervision of the dedicated and committed faculty, regular
tests are conducted, immediately after completion of the unit, during the
commencement of the course. The institution evaluates the students with the
help of the respected faculty through two internal tests. The report is
submitted to the head of institution after evaluating in a fair manner. The
parents are informed through letters and even telephonically (for slow
learners). Class teachers are appointed in the department for each class to
monitor the students‟ performance during the academic year regularly. The
institute maintains the record of the whole evaluation process in a transparent
way. The answer scripts are shown to the students. The class teacher made
proper arrangements to inform the parents regarding the internal examination
marks of the student‟s along with their class attendance.
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Batch
Branch
2007-2011
2008-2012
2009-2013
2010-2014
EEE
ECE
CSE
IT
EEE
ECE
CSE
IT
CIVIL
EEE
ECE
CSE
CIVIL
EEE
ECE
CSE
Overall pass
(%)
94
96
97
100
98
96
96
91
95
90
88
90
85
85
85
93
1st Division
(%)
65
74
75
71
97
93
87
83
95
90
87
90
85
85
85
93
2nd Division
(%)
28
22
21
28
0.03
0.02
0.09
0.08
--0.01
0.01
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
2.6.3 How are the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategies of the
institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended
learning outcomes?
Teaching Strategies:
The college follows the academic calendar given by the affiliating
university and accordingly plans for lecture, tutorial hours and laboratory
hours in all the theory and practical subjects. The class time tables are
prepared with the help of competent and experienced faculty in such a way
that the required number of periods are assigned for all the theory and
practical subjects and also include the periods for association/placement
training/library/games and sports activities. ELsDm is effectively used
wherever necessary to impart teaching and delivering seminars. Special
attention is focused on application part of the subject and extra content is
delivered wherever necessary to meet the desired learning outcomes.
Learning Strategies:
 Tutorials are conducted regularly in analytical / design subjects.
 Assignments are made compulsory in all the theory subjects.
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 Seminars are arranged by the students on advanced topics.
 Technical quizzes/group discussions/paper presentations are arranged through
departmental associations.
 E-learning materials and video courses are made available in the central library
to enhance learning outcomes.
 Industrial tours are arranged to expose the students to practical pursuits.
 Mini projects / model making are made part of the learning.
 Placement training is also made as a part of learning to enhance the
employability.
Assessment Strategies:
i) Direct Assessment:
 Performance of the evaluation is done through internal and external
examinations in both theory and lab.
 Performance of the students „evaluation is made by conducting tutorials and
assignments.
 Performance evaluation is done in project work/seminars/comprehensive viva
voce.
ii) Indirect Assessment:
 Survey of Alumni
 Exit feedback
2.6.4 What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to
enhance
the
social
and
economic
relevance
(quality
jobs,
entrepreneurship innovation and research aptitude) of the courses
offered?
The students are provided pre-placement training at pre-final and final
year of the course to help them to secure quality jobs in the industry by the
experienced and trained faculty. Regular seminars/workshops are conducted
to create awareness on entrepreneurship by inviting industry experts to the
institution.
2.6.5 How does the institute collect and analyze data on student learning
outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of learning?
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The college gathers the data on learning outcomes from the stake holders
by following the procedure given below:
 Exit feedback will be taken from the outgoing students every year.
 The feedback from the alumni is collected.
 The data pertaining to the graduates seeking higher education and involved in
research is also collected.
 The feedback collected is analyzed to meet the desired learning outcomes.
2.6.6 How does institution monitor and ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes?
 Class monitoring committees.
 Continuous evaluation in both theory and lab subjects.
 Exit feedback, Alumni feedback.
 Analysis of examination performance in both theory and practical.
 NSS activities.
 Students‟ achievements in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
2.6.6
Does
the
assessment/evaluation
institution
as
an
and
indicator
individual
for
teachers
evaluating
use
student
performance, achievement of learning objectives and planning? If „yes‟
provide details on the process and cite a few examples.
YES
The performance of the students both in midterm examinations and end
semester examinations in theory and laboratory subjects, project works and
comprehensive are considered as an indicator in evaluating the student
performance and also achievement of learning objectives. Further, students are
evaluated continuously by conducting tutorials, assignments, class tests etc.,
to assess the learning outcomes.
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND
EXTENSION
3.1 Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Does the institution have recognized research center/s of the
affiliating University or any other agency/organization?
NIL
3.1.2 Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and
address the issues of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a
few recommendations made by the committee for implementation and
their impact.
YES
The Institute has a Research Committee comprising of the following
members to monitor and address the issues of research
1. Dr. M. V.Ramachandra Rao.
2. Dr. K. Nageswara Rao.
3. Dr. K.V.Satish.
Functions of College Research Committee (CRC):
 To address the issues of research
 To suggest the recommendations with the impact.
 To provide an autonomy to the principal investigators as per the
guidelines provided by the funding authorities.
 To provide adequate infrastructure and support in terms of technology
and information needs.
 Facilitating timely auditing and submission of utilization certificates.
 To create awareness among the students and faculty on the culture of
research and aptitude.
 To get the information once in six months in the prescribed format on
faculty involvement on guiding students, paper publications, research
projects from external funding agencies and involving in collaborative
research activity.
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 To
conduct
/
participate
in
workshops,
training
program
and
sensitization program on capacity building in terms of research and
consultancy and imbibing research culture among staff and students.
 Arranging guest lecturers under Institute-Industry-Interaction program
to promote research on industry needs.
 To provide facility to the faculty in the form of incentives, sabbatical
leaves, academic leaves for improving their qualification and quality of
research.
 Sponsoring the faculty and students to present papers at National /
International conferences/seminars.
Impact on recommendations:
 The college is planning for NAAC Accreditation
 Principal investigators, who obtained projects from various organizations,
are provided with necessary infrastructural facility and autonomy.
 The college facilitates timely auditing and submission of utilization
certificates
 Conducts frequent awareness program to both students and faculty
encouraging them to take up industry/society oriented projects.
 Existing laboratories are modernized with additional equipment and
experimental set-ups to promote research activity in the campus.
 The institute has provided incentives to the faculty who involve in
acquiring Ph.Ds, in receiving projects from external agencies and
publishing the papers.
 The college deputes faculty to present papers at various national and
international conferences and seminars.
 Various departments of the college have received Rs. 42 Lakhs funding
from AICTE during last 4 years towards MODROBS, RPS and Seminar
grants.
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3.1.3 What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of research schemes/projects?
Autonomy to the principal investigator
The principal investigators who were sanctioned projects from various
organizations like AICTE, MHRD etc., are given absolute autonomy in executing
the project as per the guidelines of the funding agencies and also provides
matching grants, if required.
Timely availability or release of resources
Principal maintains separate accounts to each project sanctioned by
external agencies and institute provides all facilities and maintains timely
release of project funds for completion of the project.
Adequate infrastructure and human resources
The departments have established research labs with necessary software
and computing facilities to carryout research projects. College recruited senior
faculty possessing Ph.D degree that are competent to take up and guide
research projects. Central library facilities are enhanced with online national
and international journals, digital library, hand books, reference books and
material related to research activity.
Time-off, reduced teaching load, special leave etc. to teachers
Faculty working on major research projects is given the facility of
reduced teaching work load in addition to sanctioning academic leave for
attending the workshops/seminars relevant to their research projects and
associated works. Cash awards are introduced to faculty for publishing papers
in reputed journals.
Support in terms of technology and information needs
The institute/department encourages the students and faculty to utilize
the laboratories, library, computer centre and software for carrying out their
research projects and also provides facility for obtaining the necessary
information and technology from external sources. The college also allocate
budget to procure necessary equipment for experimental projects, subscribes
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to research journals to strengthen the library with latest journals, reference
books and text books.
Facilitate timely auditing and submission of utilization certificate to the
funding authorities
After completion of project by the principal investigator, the college
arranges for auditing; assists in obtaining the utilization certificate for
submission to the respective funding authority.
3.1.4 What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific
temper and research culture and aptitude among students?
The college has established a College Research Committee to promote
research and consultancy activity in the campus. Guest lectures by eminent
academicians and industrialists are arranged to create awareness and interest
among the students and faculty on research, also provide information
regarding various funding agencies, method of applying for projects etc. College
allocates budget every year on the following:
 To promote in house R & D
 Send money towards paper presentations, attending R & D orientation
workshops, seminars etc.
 Additional grants, if required.
 Providing infrastructure facilities, space for department research centers,
procurement of equipment and software.
 Providing e-classrooms with LAN connection facility, LCD projectors,
Audio-visual arrangements etc.
 Enhancing the existing labs with research oriented equipment and
establishing research labs.
3.1.5 Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding
student
research,
leading
Research
Projects,
engaged
in
individual/collaborative research activity, etc.
With the encouragement and motivational incentives provided by the
college, a good number of faculty obtained their Ph.D degrees and many faculty
registered for Ph.D (Details are presented in table).
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S.No
Name of the Faculty
Dept
EEE
Ph.D Degree obtained
from University
1
Dr. C. Hari Krishna
JNTU Hyderabad
2
Dr. M.V.Ramachandra Rao
BE&S
3
Dr. K.V. Satish
BE&S
Kakatiya University
4
Dr. K. Nageswara Rao
CSE
Gitam University
Acharya Nagarjuna
University
S.No
Name of the Faculty
Dept
Ph.D Degree Registered
1
Mr. P. Suresh Babu
ECE
K.L. University
2
Mr. G. Uday Kiran
ECE
Satyabama University
Bhargav
3
Mrs. K. Nagamani
CSE
JNTU Hyderbad
4
Mr. L. Srinivasa Rao
CSE
JNTU Hyderbad
5
Mr. G. Erna
ECE
Pondichery University
6
Mr.
D.N.V.
Kriishna MBA
JNTU Hyderabad
Reddy
Some of the senior faculty is registered as supervisors in the panel list of
different universities and guiding the research scholars.
Faculty members are also involved actively in taking up sponsored /
collaborative projects from Central Government and private organizations.
Using the infrastructure facilities and laboratories that are equipped to the
level of research labs, the faculty members guide the students in their project
works catering the needs of industry.
3.1.6 Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization
programmes conducted/organized by the institution with focus on
capacity building in terms of research and imbibing research culture
among the staff and students.
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The
institute
organizes
interdisciplinary
and
department-wise
workshops, training programmes and seminars focusing on capacity building
in terms of research and also creates research culture among staff and
students. The following are the details of such activities conducted during the
last four years.
S.No Department
Convener
1
EEE
N. Praneeth
2
EEE
N. Praneeth
3
ECE
P. Sridhar
4
EEE
Dr. C. Hari
Krishna
5
EEE
C. Hari Krishna
6
EEE
C. Hari Krishna
7
CSE
K.Nageswara Rao
8
CSE
K.Nageswara Rao
9
CSE
K.Nageswara Rao
10
CSE
K.Nageswara Rao
11
IT
12
MBA
S. Venkata
Narayana Garu
M. Vijay Kumar
13
MBA
M. Vijay Kumar
14
EEE
C. Hari Krishna
15
CSE
16
ECE
Workshops/ training programmes
Two Day Work Shop on Control
Systems for gate – 2015,
22nd Jan to 23rd Jan – 2015
Two Day Work Shop on Electric Circuits
for Gate – 2015
28th Jan to 29th Jan – 2015
One Day Work Shop on Analog
Electronics for Gate – 2015
27th Jan- 2015
One day workshop on Scilab using
Aakash tablet on 12th Sep 2013.
Orientation program on Matlab
on 7th Dec 2012.
Two Day workshop on emerging trends
in electrical engineering on 12th & 13th
April 2008.
Mission 10X workshop
TWO Week ISTE Workshop on
Introduction to Research Methodologies
TWO Week ISTE Workshop on Aakash
for Education
TWO Week ISTE Workshop on
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Y-Brains-09
Y-Brains-10
Y-Brains-11
Y-Brains-13
DBMS WORKSHOP-2013 (Conducted by
K.Nageswara Rao
IIT-Bombay through distance mode)
In a year 2010, conducted 3rd National
P.Suresh Babu
level technical symposium list of papers
in ECE Department are 24 Batches
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17
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
18
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
19
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
20
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
21
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
22
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
23
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
24
ECE
P.Suresh Babu
In a year 2011, conducted Y-brains
National level technical symposium list
of papers in ECE Department are 20
Batches.
In a year 13-09-2011, conducted
workshop on Aptitude.
In a year 11-11-2012, conducted
AAKASH workshop
In a year 2012 October, conducted a
workshop on ROBOSTICS and
Embedded systems
In a year 2012 June, TWO week ISTE
Workshop On ANALOG ELECTRONICS
conducted by IIT, Kharagpur.
In a year 2012 August, conducted
workshop on Industrial Automation and
Embedded
Systems
In a year 2013, conducted Y-brains
National level technical symposium list
of papers in
ECE Department are 28
Batches
In a year 2014, TWO week ISTE
workshop on SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
conducted by IIT Kharagpur.
Training program to Junior Faculty2011
Training program to Junior Faculty2012
25
CSE
K.Nageswara Rao
Training program to Junior Faculty2013
Training program to Non teaching staff2013
3.1.7 Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise
available with the institution.
All departments are strengthened with qualified and experienced faculty.
Based on the research specializations, research groups or individuals take up
projects and publish papers in reputed journals. The research areas and the
respective faculty expertise are given in the table below.
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EEE
 Power Electronics and Electrical drives
MBA
 Campus placements required
 Innovative teaching methodology should be implemented
 LED projectors in the class rooms should be facilitated
 Experiential Learning process should be implemented to the students
 Career advisors should be required
 Career discovery and forums and Industry panel
 Career clubs should be formed
MECH.
 Friction Stir Welding
 Manu Fracturing Design
CSE
 Data mining
 Network security
 Image processing
 Data bases
 Computer networks
 Software engineering
 Cloud computing
3.1.8 Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of
eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?
NIL
3.1.9 What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave for
research activities? How has the provision contributed to improve the
quality of research and imbibe research culture on the campus?
 About 2%of the faculty members have utilized Sabbatical / Study /
Academic leave for their activities towards research.
 The college has a policy to depute faculty to prosecute their Ph.D at
reputed Universities/IITs/ NITs enabling them to promote research
culture in the campus.
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The institute also provides academic leave to the faculty who are required
to attend the courses at the respective universities where they are doing their
Ph.D under external registration to fulfill the prerequisites. The facility given by
the college has contributed to improve the quality of research in the following
ways:
 Enhanced their knowledge levels in research activity and teaching
learning process
 The increase in number of faculty with Ph.D qualification, the image,
reputation and higher grade accreditation requirements have been
enhanced.
 To apply and get research projects from various state and central
government organizations.
 Obtained eligibility status for establishing Research Centers in various
departments of the college.
 With the expertise in the areas of their specialization, the laboratories are
modernized to carry out research activity.
3.1.10 Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in
creating awareness/advocating/transfer of relative findings of research of
the institution and elsewhere to students and community (lab to land)
 Research projects taken up by the college are mostly national relevance
 Both post graduate and under graduate students give preference to take
up projects related to Industry and society needs. The following are some
of the projects programmes taken up for transfer of relative findings of
research to students and faculty of other colleges:
 AAKASH, R&D program in association with IIT, Bombay through NMEICT, MHRD
 VLSI & Embedded System
 Project of IIT, Kharaghpur under “Virtual Labs”
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3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research
3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give
details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual
utilization.
 About 5% of total budget is normally earmarked towards research
activity every year
 The College earmarks Rs. 6.0 lakhs budget every year for in house
research & development.
 The college provides budget for advance software package necessary to
carryout research projects.
 Test books, reference books and hand books related to advanced topics
are also added to the college library for the use of the faculty and
students to carry out the research activity.
 College provides additional budget if required to the projects sponsored
by external agencies to develop the labs and organize seminars and
faculty development programmes etc.
3.2.2 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the
faculty for research? If so, specify the amount disbursed and the
percentage of the faculty that has availed the facility in the last four
years?
The college provides seed money to the faculty for completing their Ph.D.
programs in service, presenting technical papers at national and international
conferences. The institute also provides initial finance support to students for
attending industrial tours and participating in research workshops and
conferences.
3.2.3 What are the financial provisions made available to support student
research projects by students? Amount spent on student research
projects
Amount Spend on Student
S.No Dept.
Name of the project
Research Projects
1
CSE
Website design
2 Lakh Rupees
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3.2.4 How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute
interact in undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Cite examples of
successful endeavors and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary
research.
The college constantly encourages the departments to undertake interdisciplinary research and organize workshops and seminars. The need of
academic – industry partnership is strongly felt and the students should be
prepared “Industry-Ready”. The college is organizing soft skills program and
encourages the students and faculty of all disciplines to participate in different
kinds of events.
3.2.5 How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment
and research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?
The college library and Information Centre facilitates congenial research
environment by subscribing the necessary national & international online
journals every year, text books, reference books and other relevant research
material. The institute has developed some of the laboratories as research labs
by procuring research specific equipment/instruments and software. Using
these lab facilities, the faculty carries out experimental work on research
projects and publishes the results.
3.2.6 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If
„yes‟ give details.
YES.
The details of special grants received from industry and other agencies
for developing research facility in the college.
1. HI-Q Test Equipment Pvt. Ltd, Hyderabad.
3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research
funds from various funding agencies, industry and other organizations.
Provide details of ongoing and completed projects and grants received
during the last four years.
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 The college encourages the faculty to get research projects and provide
motivational
incentives
by
awarding
cash
prizes
and
enhancing
credentials for promotions.
 Provide autonomy to any principal investigators of respective projects as
per the guidelines insisted by funding authorities.
 The college also provides the necessary infrastructure, space, internet
along with printers for carrying out their research activities.
 The college deputes senior faculty to faculty development programmes,
skill enhancement programmes related to research projects and also
provide travel grant to publish papers at conferences.
 The details of ongoing and completed projects and grants received during
last four years are presented in table:
Nature of
the Project
Minor
Projects
Major
Projects
Interdiscipli
nary
Projects
Industry
Sponsored
Students
Research
Projects
Any Other
( Specify)
Duratio
n year
From To
Title of the
Project
Name of
the
Funding
Agency
--
NIL
NIL
20122014
Multi Objective
optimization in
Rapid prototyping
using
Evolutionary
approaches.
AICTE
Total Grant
Sanct
ioned
Recei
ved
NIL
NIL
10,00,00
0
10,00,000
Total
Grant
Receive
d till
date
NIL
10,00,000
--
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
--
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
--
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
--
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
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3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 What are the research facilities available to the students and
research scholars within the campus?
Many faculty members have registered for Ph.D as external research
scholars of other Universities.
The college is providing the following facilities and incentives to encourage their
research.
i) Library facilities.
e-Journals: DELNET, Info Trac Engineering, Science & Technology
Collections.
e-Books: DELNET
No. of Computers: 20 systems with exclusive Broad Band connectivity
10 MBPS BSNL line
Library Server: Unified Library Server (Tidal Data Server)
Facility: DELNET Member, Library Automation
E-learning Material: 5123 Hrs of NPTEL Video courses on 218 subjects
and Lecture material from MIT, Stanford and
Harvard Universities.
Journals: Various National and International journals are available.
ii) Laboratory facilities:
Civil Engineering:
Total Station, Surveying Lab, Strength of Materials Lab, Auto-Cad Lab,
Geotechnical Engineering Lab, Concrete Technology, Fluid Mechanics Lab,
Engineering Geology Lab.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering:
Electrical machines, power electronics & simulation, Power converters
lab, Electrical systems Lab, Control Systems & Simulation Lab and Electrical
Measurement Lab.
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Mechanical Engineering:
Variable Compression ratio, Petrol Engine Test Rig, Computerized Single
Cylinder 4 stroke variable, Compression ratio, Diesel Engine Test Rig, Milling
Machine, Autodesk Inventor Series-6,
Electronics and Communication Engineering:
Electronics Devices and Circuits Lab, IC&PDC Lab, Communications
Lab, Microwave Lab, ECAD Lab, Microprocessors Lab.
Computer Science and Engineering:
iii) Licensed Software:
Microsoft Office (commercial based) - Open office (open source), Microsoft
Windows (commercial based) - GNU/Linux (open source), Turbo C (commercial
based) - GCC (open source), MASM (commercial based) - NASM, FASM
(commercial based), Oracle 9i Internet Developer Suite (9.0.2.0.1), Rational
Rose Suite (30 users)
Civil Engineering: Auto CAD, Auto Civil.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering: Sci Lab.
Mechanical Engineering: Inventor.
Electronics and Communication Engineering: P-Spice.
3.3.2 What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and
creating infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researchers
especially in the new and emerging areas of research?
 Institute allocates separate budget every year to enhance the research
facilities for procuring advanced equipment in laboratories beyond the
curriculum and procure necessary software.
 Institute
encourages
students
and
faculty
to
promote
research
environment and provides incentives to publish journal papers, get
research projects from industry and funding agencies.
 The departments conduct seminars and workshops for inculcating
research culture among students and faculty.
 The institute / departments arrange guest lectures by eminent
researches on emerging and new areas of research.
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3.3.3 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities? If
„yes‟, what are the instruments/ facilities created during the last four
years.
NO
3.3.4 What are the research facilities made available to the students and
research scholars outside the campus / other research laboratories?
The
departments
have
tied
up
with
external
research
organizations/institutions as listed below to take up student collaborative
projects and promote R & D and consultancy activity:
 The students of CSE department completed successfully their project at
ADRIN.
 Perfect Electronics Pvt. Ltd., Microlink Pvt Ltd Vijayawada provides
facility to the students for carrying out research projects of their choice.
 Hi-Q test equipment pvt ltd, Hyderabad to carry out student projects.
 Department of CSE organizing NME-ICT programmes in association with
IIT Bombay Remote Centre and has taken up “AAKASH R & D project.
 EEE students completed their projects at kothagudem thermal power
station paloncha.
 Dr. Narla Tata Rao power station in Vijayawada for various industrial
oriented mini project.
 EEE students complete their projects scada software & Training Pune.
MBA: Most of the students have had done the project work below mentioned
industries those are:
 Dairy products
 Cement Industries
 Stock broking & Investment
 Software
 Automobile industry
 Mining
 beverages
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 apparel industry
 Iron and steel
 Agricultural Industries such as sugar etc.
 Banking
 Power
 Telecommunication
 Paper and Paper board
 Chemical and Pharmaceuticals Industry
ECE:
 6 Batches went to INDIAN RAILWAYS in the year 2011-2012
 3 Batches went to RTTC Hyderabad (BSNL) in the year 2012--2013
 1 Batch went to DRDO Hyderabad in the year 2013-14
 2 Batches went to SDE-BSNL in the year 2013-14
CIVIL:
 Rahul Associates, Hyderabad
 SL Structural Construction, Hyderabad
 NHDP, Hyderabad
 Louis Berger Group. Inc, Vijayawada
 Amar Sai Consulting Engineer, Hyderabad
3.3.5 Provide details on the library/ information resource centre or any
other facilities available specifically for the researchers?
Library & Information Centre
Plinth Area
: 900 sqm
Seating Capacity
: 200
Timings
: 8.00 A.M to 8.00 P.M
Titles
: 6976
Total No. of Volumes
: 22632
Reference Books
: 5320
E-Books
: DELNET
E-Journals
: 2233
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Magazines
: 24
Back Volumes
: 1218
Project Reports
: 1031
Digital Library
Number of Computers
: 20 with multimedia and Internet facility
Broad Band Connectivity
: 10 MBps BSNL Leased Line
Library Server
: Unified Library Server (Tidal Data Server)
Library Networks Membership : DELNET
Discussion Rooms
: 03 (for start-stop mode of e-learning)
Video Projection Room
: 01
E-Learning Material
: 4723 Hours of NPTEL Video Courses on 218
subjects NPTEL Web Courses on 218 subjects
300 Hours of MIT Video Lectures 300 Hours of
Stanford Video Lectures 100 Hours of Harvard
Video Lectures Learning ware Materials for all
Engineering Programmes.
Library Automation
: Library maintenance is computerized and Bar
coding Technology is used by NewGenLib
Software. Library books are classified as per
Dewey Decimal Classification.
Media Resource Centre
: Reprographic, Printing and Document
Scanning facility.
3.3.6 What are the collaborative research facilities developed / created by
the research institutes in the college. For ex. Laboratories, library,
instruments, computers, new technology etc.
 IIT, Bombay Aakash Tablets, Mother Teresa Institute of Science and
Technology was registered as Remote Centre (ID 1102) for IIT Bombay
under
National
Mission
on
Education
Communication Technology (NME-ICT).
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through
Information
and
 The Institute has taken up “AAKASH R & D” Project in association with
IIT, Bombay, IIT Kharaghpur through NME-ICT, MHRD, Government of
India.
 Technology up-gradation and creation of course modules are included in
this project.
 Workshops will be conducted in association with IIT Bombay, IIT
kharaghpur.
 79 faculty members of the college have registered for Aakash workshop.
 Aakash tablets were given to the registered participants.
3.4 Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students
in terms of Patents obtained and filed (process and product) :
NIL
3.4.2 Does the Institute publish or partner in publication of research
journal(s)? If „yes‟, indicate the composition of the editorial board,
publication policies and whether such publication is listed in any
international database?
NO
3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty and students:
S.No
1
2
3
Title
Publication by
faculty
Number of papers
published by faculty
and students in peer
reviewed journals
(national /
international)
Number of
publications listed in
International
Database ( Eg: Web
of Science, Scopus,
Humanities
EEE
ECE
CSE
5
07
18
5
07
5
07
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MECH/
CIVIL
BE&S
MBA
NIL
NIL
22
03
18
NIL
NIL
22
03
18
NIL
NIL
19
NIL
MIN
4
International
Complete, Dare
DatabaseInternational Social
Sciences Directory,
EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
5
6
5
NIL
18
NIL
NIL
19
NIL
Chapter in Books
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
02
NIL
NIL
8
Books Edited
Books with
ISBN/ISSN numbers
with details of
publishers
Citation Index
9
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
Jayam
Public
ations
, Hyd
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
SNIP
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
10
SJR
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
11
Impact factor
6.5
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
12
H-index
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
2.395
to 7.5
NIL
7
NIL
3.4.4 Provide details (if any) of Research Awards received by the faculty
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and
agencies, nationally and internationally. Incentives given to faculty for
receiving state, national and international recognitions for research
contributions.
 Staff
members
are
encouraged
to
attend
seminars,
conferences,
workshops and short- term courses by providing TA/DA and registration
fee.
 Necessary books and journals are provided for those who are pursuing
research. Sufficient freedom is allowed to the staff for innovation and
reforms in the teaching and learning process.
 Faculty members are sanctioned study leave for pursuing Ph.D. and
M.Tech. Programmes in premier Institutions like IITs and NITs.
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 Faculty members are encouraged to take up developmental activities
such
as
book-writing,
paper
publication,
research
projects
and
conducting student activities.
 All the faculty with M. Tech/ Ph.D are encouraged to apply for financial
assistance to any research funding agency (UGC, AICTE etc).
 The
administration
encourages
intra-departmental
and
interdepartmental R&D and Consultancy projects by providing the
required amenities and needs.
 Faculty members are encouraged by giving financial support for
presenting papers in conferences and for publishing research articles in
journals as under:
i) For presenting a paper in a national conference Rs.1,000/ii) For presenting a paper in an international conference: registration fee or
Rs.1,500/- whichever is less is paid to faculty.
iii) For publishing research article in a reputed international journal Rs.2,000/iv) TA, DA and OD facility shall be provided.
3.5 Consultancy
3.5.1 Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing institute
industry interface?
 The departments have constituted Department Advisory Committees to
collaborate with industries and outside organizations and take up
consultancy works.
 Many training programs and industry visits are arranged by the
departments for the student benefit.
3.5.2 What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy?
How is the available expertise advocated and publicized?
 The college provides all necessary facilities to encourage faculty to take
up consultancy works at institute level
 The college has constituted consultancy cell
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The functions of Cell:
 To procure necessary equipment in labs and to promote consultancy
activity
 To procure software for design of structures and for obtaining the results
on projects taken up under consultancy
 Calibration of electrical meters
 Consultancy for conduct of online examinations
 Third party inspection services to Govt. buildings & projects
 To prepare modules for GATE, GRE and other competitive examinations
 The following measures are taken to publicize on various consultancy
services offered by the college
 Providing information on the faculty expertise, testing equipment and
facilities available in college website
 Participating in seminars, conferences and workshops to enhance the
consultancy expertise and the lab testing facility
 Inviting industries and other organizations offering the services of the
college consultancy cell to meet their problems
3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their
expertise and available facilities for consultancy services?
 By reducing the workload of faculty involved in major consultancy works
 By sponsoring the faculty to attend important workshops and seminars
arranged by the leading technology consultants in relevant fields.
 Offering monetary benefits to faculty involved in consultancy as per the
college policy
 Providing free transport facility to faculty to make field and industrial
visits and meet the consultancy demands.
 Faculty members are permitted to utilize the infrastructure and lab
facility to perform the laboratory tests and use of software for solving and
analyzing their consultancy projects.
3.5.4 List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years.
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CIVIL
SL No
1
Name of the
dept
CIVIL
Nature of consultancy
work
MATERIAL TESTING
3.5.5 What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income
generated through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and its use for
institutional development?
Policies on Consultancy:
The policy on sharing the income generated through consultancy is given
in the college quality document as follows
1. The consultancy works may be categorized into three types:
Category „A‟ : Consultancy works involving testing the materials/items using
laboratory equipment and machines.
Category „B‟ : Consultancy works using faculty expertise for analysis, design,
programming etc.
Category „C‟ : Consultancy works using high quality softwares available in the
college.
2. Breakup of sharing the consultancy is shown in table below
Sl No
Members/ Items
Cat A
Cat B
Cat C
1
Principal
5
5
5
2
HOD
5
5
5
3
Staff involved
45
50
45
4
College
20
15
20
5
Expenses in preparing
the reports and others
Actual subjected to a
maximum off
20
23
20
3
0
3
2
2
2
6
7
Depreciation
Maintaining the records,
typing covering letters,
dispatch etc.
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3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1
How
does
the
institution
promote
institution-neighborhood-
community network and student engagement, contributing to good
citizenship, service orientation and holistic development of students?
 The institute has NSS Unit with a total strength of 150 members and
affiliated to JNTUH, Hyderabad and organizes many social service and
community development programmes and inculcates the importance of
social responsibility and service in the minds of students. The institute
promoted the institution neighborhood community network by organizing
the following activities:
 Developing leadership quality among the students and unemployed
youth
 Health awareness camp and Blood Donation Camps
 To literate the villagers
 Clean and green activities and Awareness on Environment protection
 The college organizes various social service activities in association with
Lions Club, Red Ribbon Club, Red Cross Society and Rama Krishna
Mission.
Career & Guidance Cell of the college creates self confidence particularly to
the newly admitted students at first year level. The cell also interacts frequently
with students and clears the doubts related to academic and personal matters
of the students. The college has established Entrepreneur Development Cell
(EDC). The objectives of the cell are:
 Developing entrepreneurial spirit, characteristics, and personality among
students.
 Developing technical, technological and professional competency needed
for employment and productive work.
 Managerial capabilities to run business or self-employment activity
successfully.
 To contribute towards creation and dissemination of new knowledge and
insight in entrepreneurial theory and practice.
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3.6.2 What is the Institutional mechanism to track students‟ involvement
in various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?
 To create awareness in students about the need of enrolling in electoral
in voting during general elections and also motivate the public on usage
of Vote Right.
Voters day celebrations briefing the importance of casting vote to the citizens and students
Guest lecture on broadband technology
 To organize seminars develop leadership quality among the students and
unemployed youth.
 To organize seminars about social responsibility of citizens
 To organize health awareness camps for public (AIDS awareness
programmes) and Blood Donation camps
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Active involvment of the students during workshops
Students performing the projects during technical symposium seminar on personality
development
A seminar on environemntal pollution awarenes on anti ragging
 Conducting free classes to school children on simple basics of
mathematics and sciences
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Blood donation camp by nss aids awareness program by Nss
Special classes on mathematics and sciences
 Creating awareness about hygienic environment and pollution free climate
Importance of good health. Sanitation and pollution free climate at nss camp
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A socio-economic survey by NSS volunteers
A socio-economic survey by nss volunteers
3.6.3 How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the
overall performance and quality of the institution?
 The college conducts parents meets, collects feedback from parents every
year and suggestions will be taken.
 The college takes exit feedback from outgoing batch students, analyses
and take their suggestions.
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 The College Management Committee(CMC) take decisions and policies
keeping in view the perceptions of all stake holders and recommends to
the Governing Body (GB).
 A registered Alumni association of the college has been established which
helps the institution in extending their activities like delivering lectures
on placement opportunities and provide financial support to meritorious
poor students; thus contributes towards overall performance and quality
of the institution.
3.6.4 How does the institution plan and organize its extension and
outreach programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last four years,
list the major extension and outreach programmes and their impact on
the overall development of students.
 Training and Placement Cell
 ISTE, IETE chapters
 We are arranging Industrial Visits.
 Association activities, arranging Seminars, Technical symposiums
3.6.5 How does the institution promote the participation of students and
faculty in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC
and other National/ International agencies?
 The College has a NSS Unit with a total strength of 150 members,
affiliated to J.N.T.U.H Hyderabad. The unit was established with an
objective to cultivate the attitude of social service in the minds of
students and to make them into responsible citizens.
 The members of NSS unit and the faculty participate in special and
regular camp activities every year.
 Our NSS programme Officer of the college underwent training at
Visakhapatnam, Andhra University.
3.6.6 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower students
from under-privileged and vulnerable sections of society?
The details are as follows:
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2009-2010
MOTHER TERESA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY,
SANKETIKA NAGAR, SATHUPALLY-507 303
LIST OF THE NSS VOLUNTEERS
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
S.NO
NAME OF THE STUDENT
K.ADITYA SUBHASHINI
B.SIVA KUMAR
G.SIVA KUMAR
CH.SURENDER KUMAR
D.DEEPAK
D.VEENADEVI
G.DEEPTI
K.KAVITHA
M.LAVANYA
M.NAGA ANUSHA
M.GEETA AMULYA
M.DURGA SAMEERA
P. SRINIVASA RAO
P.KRISHNA KUMARI
P.BHASKARA RAO
S.ANIL KUMAR
SK.MANJU
G.SIVA NAGA LAXMI
T.VINAY
V.SWETHA
M.ASHOK
B.GOWTHAMI
B.MOUNIKA
B.SINDHU
CH.KRANTHI KUMAR
CH.SRAVANI
B.CHIRANJEEVI
D.PHANI KUMAR
D.GAYATRI
J.ANUSHA
S.JYOTHI
K.MURALI
NAME OF THE STUDENT
88
REGD.NO
07C61A0401
07C61A0410
07C61A0415
07C61A0416
07C61A0419
07C61A0420
07C61A0425
07C61A0429
07C61A0431
07C61A0432
07C61A0433
07C61A0434
07C61A0438
07C61A0440
07C61A0441
07C61A0445
07C61A0447
07C61A0451
07C61A0455
07C61A0458
07C61A0501
07C61A0504
07C61A0505
07C61A0507
07C61A0510
07C61A0512
07C61A0516
07C61A0518
07C61A0521
07C61A0531
07C61A0533
07C61A0539
REGD.NO
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
S.NO
70
K.ANUSHA
K.RASMI
K.HARI KRISHNA
N.LOKENDRA
M.PAVAN KUMAR
M . SREELAXMI
M.BRAHMANI
M.VENKATESWRLU
M. VENKAT KRISHORE
M.SARITHA
MD.HASEENA
M.ROHINI
M.SRAVANTHI
M.HAREESH
N.BALAJI
P.PAVANI
P.MADHAVI
P.VINAY
B.PAVAN KUMAR
S.PAVAN KUMAR
R.R.DEEPAK
SK.SHABNA
SK.YAKUB PASHA
S.SIREESHA
T.V.KALYAN
S.TEJASWI
T.SRI VYSHNAVI
V.SRIKANTH
V,SOWJANYA
D.SUMANASRI
B.VINEELA
B.ROJA KALYANI
D.MANASA
G.SIRISHA
N.GOPINTH
G.KISHORE
J.PRAVEEN
NAME OF THE STUDENT
J.PRASANYA
89
07C61A0541
07C61A0542
07C61A0543
07C61A0550
07C61A051
07C61A0553
07C61A0555
07C61A0556
07C61A0557
07C61A0560
07C61A0561
07C61A0563
07C61A0568
07C61A0571
07C61A0573
07C61A0575
07C61A0576
07C61A0578
07C61A0579
07C61A0580
07C61A0583
07C61A0590
07C61A0591
07C61A0594
07C61A0599
07C61A05A1
07C61A05A3
07C61A05A6
07C61A0B4
07C61A05B4
07C61A1203
07C61A1207
07C61A1210
07C61A1211
07C61A1212
07C61A1213
07C61A1215
REGD.NO
07C61A1216
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
K.HARI KRISHNA
K.PRIYANKA
K.RAVALI
B.LAXMAN
M.SIVA RAMA KRISHNA
M.SWATHI
K.PARAMESH CHOWDARY
N.MANASA
O.SUSHMA
A.SATYA SRI
V.SUKANYA
V.RAMA DEVI
S.RAMKI CHOWDARY
Y.SIVA CHOWDARY
A.SARANYA
A.CHAITANYA
CH.NAGESWARA RAO
CH.HARISH BABU
CH.V.RAMANA
B.DURGA PRASAD
G.RAM KUMAR
B.SANJIVA KUMAR
B.HINDUJA
M.DIVYA CHANDANA
M.ANUDEEP
M.RAM KUMAR
D.MANI KUMAR
T.ABILASH
D.SRINIVAS RAO
J.SUBBA RAYUDU
90
07C61A1218
07C61A1221
07C61A1224
07C61A1226
07C61A1234
07C61A1237
07C61A1238
07C61A1241
07C61A1242
07C61A1251
07C61A1254
07C61A1255
07C61A1256
07C61A1259
07C61A0201
07C61A0204
07C61A0205
07C61A0206
07C61A0207
07C61A0209
07C61A0211
07C61A0213
07C61A0214
07C61A0213
07C61A0219
07C61A0220
07C61A0223
07C61A0226
07C61A0230
07C61A0231
LIST OF NSS VOLUNTEERS FOR THE PERIOD 2010-2012
S.NO
Name of the Student
Father Name
Regd. No.
1
BANDARU AMBIKA
BANDARU NARASIMHA RAO
10C61A0105
2
SHAIK NAZMA
SHAIK VALI
10C61A0238
3
GUDIPATI DRUVITHA
GUDIPATI BALA SWAMY
10C61A0221
4
KARUMANCHI PRIYA DARSHINI KARUMANCHI BALA RAJU
10C61A0224
5
NIRMALA SUNITHA
NIRMALA MALLIKARJUNA RAO 10C61A0226
6
ATTUNURI PRATHYUSHA
ATTUNURI LAKSHMA REDDY
10C61A0501
7
MADHURI VAZRALA
SRINIVASA REDDY VAZRALA
10C61A0515
8
MANDALAPU SOWJANYA
MANDAPULAPU PRASADA RAO 10C61A0517
RAJAVARAPU SOWJANYA
RAJAVARAPU VENKATESWARA 10C61A0529
9
RAO
10
TADICHARLA DEVA KUMARI
MARESWARA RAO
10C65A0501
11
AADI SAIMANASWINI
AADI DURGA RAO
10C61A0401
12
BALUSU SRAVYA
BALUSU YESU BABU
10C61A0407
13
MULLAPUDI MOUNIKA
M V V SATYANARAYANA
10C61A0426
14
CHINEENI ROHITHA
CHINEENI BALA KRISHNA
10C61A0428
CHITLURI S S S RAJA
15
RAJESWARI DEVI
CHITLURI VENKATA RAMAIAH
10C61A0429
16
DASARI MANJUSHA
DASARI RAVINDRA REDDY
10C61A0432
DHUPAKUNTLA
17
DHUPAKUNTLA MADHURI
RAMABHADRAM
10C61A0434
18
FATHIMA SHAIK
NASEEMUNEESA BIBI
10C61A0440
19
MADDELA KALYANI
MADDELA SUNDAR RAO
10C61A0457
20
MARIDU AMANI
MARIDU LAKSHMI NARAYANA
10C61A0459
MOKKAPATI
MOKKAPATI VENKATESWARA
21
KRISHNASANDHYA
RAO
10C61A0464
MORAMPUDI VENKATESWARA
22
MORAMPUDI MOUNIKA
RAO
10C61A0465
23
PAKALAPATI MOUNIKA
PAKALAPATI SRINIVASA RAO
10C61A0480
PANCHANGAM RANGA
24
PANCHANGAM SRAVANI
RAMANUJAM
10C61A0482
25
RAVULA HIMA SINDHU
RAVULA RAJA BABU
10C61A0488
26
RAVURI SIRISHA
RAVURI PULLA RAO
10C61A0489
27
SEELAM CHANDANA KUMARI
SEELAM SRINIVASA REDDY
10C61A0494
28
VANAMA MOUNIKA
VANAMA SRINIVASA RAO
10C61A04A7
29
VEMPATI GOWRI MANASA
VEMPATI JAGADISH
10C61A04B1
30
YARASANI SAHITYA
YARASANI CHENNA REDDY
10C61A04B5
91
S.NO
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
Name of the Student
AJMEERA ASHOK KUMAR
AVULURI SUBBIREDDY
BADAVATH NARENDER
BODA CHANDRASHEKAR
DIVVA SANDEEP
HECHU GOPALAKRISHNA
KANAGALA NAVEEN KUMAR
KONETI VAMSIKRISHNA
LOKAM JANARI VENKATA SAI
RAM
MADDIGUNTA BASAVAIAH
MALLELA UMA MAHESWARA
RAO
MAMIDALA PRUDHVI
MOHAMMAD SALMAN PASHA
MORAMPUDI SANDEEP
PAKALAPATI GOUTHAM
PANGULURI CHANDRA
SEKHAR
TUMMURU MOHAN REDDY
AAVITI HARSHA VARDHAN
ADIMULAM VEERENDRANATH
ALAVALA RAMBHUPAL REDDY
ALETI KRISHNA CHAITANYA
BADUGU KISHORE
CHENNABOINA BHOOPESH
DARELLI LAKSHMANA RAO
NEELAPALA SESHU
NUNNA SHEKHAR
PILLI THARUN KUMAR
PUJARI SHIVA
RAMAVATH DEVILAL
SAMALA MAHENDRA REDDY
THOTA MAHESH KUMAR
UDATHANENI BALAKRISHNA
AJMERA SRINIVAS
ALLU NAGENDRA REDDY
Father Name
AJMEERA SRINIVAS
AVULURI VENKATAREDDY
BADAVATH KISHAN
BODA SEETHARAMULU
DIVVA KRISHNAIAH
HECHU SATYANARAYANA
KANAGALA SRINIVASA RAO
KONETI VENKATGIRI
LOKAM SAMBASIVA RAO
Regd. No.
10C61A0102
10C61A0103
10C61A0104
10C61A0110
10C61A0116
10C61A0118
10C61A0119
10C61A0123
10C61A0127
MADDIGUNTA SUBBA RAO
MALLELA VENKATA
NAGESWARA RAO
MAMIDALA RAMESH BABU
MOHAMMAD ADIL PASHA
MORAMPUDI SATYANARAYANA
PAKALAPATI SUBHAKAR RAO
PANGULURI RAMA RAO
10C61A0129
10C61A0130
TUMMURU DAMODARREDDY
AAVITI MARESWARA RAO
ADIMULAM SUBBA CHARI
ALAVALA SUBBA REDDY
ALETI RAVI CHANDAR
BADUGU VENKATESWARLU
CHENNABOINA BIKSHAM
DARELLI DANAIAH
NEELAPALA NAGESWARARAO
NUNNA NAGESWARAO
PILLI JAGAPATHAIAH
PUJARI RAJAMALLU
RAMAVATH GOBRIYA
SAMALA VENKATRAMIREDDY
THOTA KUMARASWAMY
UDATHANENI PRASAD
AJMERA KISHAN
ALLU VENKAT REDDY
10C61A0144
10C61A0201
10C61A0203
10C61A0205
10C61A0207
10C61A0208
10C61A0214
10C61A0218
10C61A0225
10C61A0228
10C61A0229
10C61A0231
10C61A0234
10C61A0237
10C61A0241
10C61A0242
10C61A0402
10C61A0403
92
10C61A0132
10C61A0134
10C61A0136
10C61A0138
10C61A0139
S.NO
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
Name of the Student
ANJANEYA VARA PRASAD
RAVURI
BANDA MURALI
BATTULA UMA MAHESWAR
RAO
BOJJA VENKATESWARA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
VENKATESWARARAO
EDUNURI VENKATESH
CHAGANTI ANIL KUMAR
CHALLA GUNDLA SAGAR
CHALLAGULLA
VENKATESWARARAO
CHEEKATI VENKATA NAGA
SATEESH
EEDALA RAMA KRISHNA
CHATLA VENKATESWARA RAO
KUSAMPUDI KALYAN RAM
MANDADAPU VAMSI KRISHNA
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
MEDARAMETLA NAGA
VENKATA MOHAN
MIRIYALA NAVEEN KUMAR
NAGARJUNA KIRAN KUMAR
NALLURI LEELA KRISHNA
PAGIDIMARLA PRADEEP
REDDY
PENDRA VENKATA BHANU
KRISHNA
POLIMETLA KRANTHIKUMAR
KORASA VENKATESWARLU
TALLURI NARASIMHA RAO
PERUMANDLA AJAYKUMAR
VEMIREDDY RAJA SEKHARA
REDDY
BANDI NARASIMHA RAO
BANDI SAI MANI KANTA
Father Name
VENKATESWARLU RAVURI
Regd. No.
10C61A0404
BANDA NARASAIAH
BATTULA SRINIVASA RAO
10C61A0408
10C61A0410
BOJJA NAGESWARA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
SATYANARAYANA
EDUNURI NAMBAIAH
CHAGANTI PRASADA RAO
CHALLAGUNDLA JAGGA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
SATYANARAYANA
CHEEKATI SATYANARAYANA
10C61A0418
10C61A0423
EEDALA HANUMANTHURAO
CHATLA JAMALAIAH
KUSAMPUDI SRINIVASA RAO
MANDADAPU NAGESWARA
RAO
MEDARAMETLA KOTESWARA
RAO
MIRIYALA NAGESWARA RAO
NAGARJUNA PULLACHARY
NALLURI SESHAGIRI
PAGIDIMARLA VENKATA
REDDY
PENDRA VENKATESWARA RAO
10C61A0438
10C61A0424
10C61A0454
10C61A0458
POLIMETLA
VENKATESWARARAO
KORASA VEERAIAH
TALLURI GANDHI
PERUMANDLA SURAIAH
VEMIREDDY PULLA REDDY
10C61A0486
10C61A0453
10C61A04A3
10C61A04B9
10C61A04B0
BANDI VENKATESWARARAO
BANDI KRISHNA
10C61A0504
10C61A0505
93
10C61A0436
10C61A0421
10C61A0422
10C61A0423
10C61A0425
10C61A0460
10C61A0461
10C61A0472
10C61A0474
10C61A0479
10C61A0485
S.NO
Name of the Student
92
BONTHU SRINADH
93
GANNENI RAMPRASAD
94
KARNATI BALANAGI REDDY
MORAMPUDI VINOD
95
96
NANNAPANENI VARAPRASAD
VEMIREDDY NAGARJUNA
97
REDDY
YEMUKAPATI RAMA KRISHNA
98
99
YETUKURI RAMAKRISHANA
VOOTLA SIVA PRAKASH
100
Father Name
BONTHU RAMA RAO
GANNENI NAGESWARA RAO
KARNATI LINGA REDDY
MORAMPUDI VENKATESWARA
RAO
NANNAPANENI KRISHNA RAO
VEMIREDDY VENKATA KOTA
REDDY
YEMUKAPATI VENKATESWARA
RAO
YETUKURI VENKATESWARAO
VOOTLA SATYANARA YANA
RAO
Regd. No.
10C61A0506
10C61A0509
10C61A0514
10C61A0520
10C61A0522
10C61A0534
10C61A0537
10C61A0538
09C61A0575
2010-2011
LIST OF NSS VOLUNTEERS ATTENDING FOR SPECIAL CAMP
AT TUMBUR FROM 8 TH TO 14 TH FEB 2011-2012
S.NO
NAME OF THE STUDENTS
REGD. NO
1 AATHIKAM VENUGOPLA
09C61A0501
2 AMEDA SURESH
09C61A0503
3 SUNKARA YALADRI
09C61A0238
4 VEMISETTY SATHISH
09C61A0242
5 GOGULA SURESH
09C61A0209
6 ISLAVATH RAMBABU
09C61A0214
7 ISLAVATH SHIVA KUMAR
09C61A0215
8 MALOTH RAMESH
09C61A0220
9 RAJU THAMMISHETTI
09C61A0230
10 VODDE SHIVA KUMAR
09C61A0123
11 BHUKYA BHAHMAM
09C61A0201
12 BITUKURI RAJU
09C61A0202
13 JARAPALA VINAYA SINGH
09C61A0111
14 KOPPULA RAMA KRISHNA REDDY
09C61A0113
15 BOLLA RAMESH
09C61A0105
16 KOTA MOHAN PRAKASH
09C61A0493
17 THOTAMALLA VENKATA RATNAM
09C61A0490
18 SRIRAMOJU NARSIMHACHARY
09C61A0482
94
S.NO
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
NAME OF THE STUDENTS
SEERNAM NAVEEN REDDY
POGULA MAHESH
PADILAM RAMESH
MITTAPALLI HAREESH
MOODU NAVEEN KUMAR
CHILUMULA SUDHEER KUMAR
DARSINALA NARESH
THIPPANI PARTHASARADHI
PERABOINA VEERESH
NAGARAPU SATEESH
P NAVEEN REDDY
MANDALAPU SAI NAGENDRA PAVAN
30 KUMAR
REGD. NO
09C61A0475
09C61A0467
09C61A0463
09C61A0455
09C61A0456
09C61A0415
09C61A0421
09C61A0568
09C61A0555
09C61A0547
09C61A0552
09C61A0535
2012-2013
NSS UNIT(WINTER SPCIAL CAMP)TUMBUR, VILLAGE, SATHUPALLY MANDAL,
KHAMMAM(DIST) FROM 30th JANUARY 5th FEBRUARY
S.NO
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NAME OF THE STUDENT
NADIPALLI VENKATA
NARASIMHA PRABATH
JARAPALA VINAYA SINGH
KOPPULA RAMA KRISHNA
REDDY
BOLLA RAMESH
SUNKARA YALADRI
VEMISETTY SATHISH
GOGULA SURESH
ISLAVATH SHIVA KUMAR
ISLAVATH SHIVA KUMAR
RAJU THAMMESETTI
BHUKYA BRAHMAM
BITUKURI RAJU
RAJOLIBANDA NAGESH
MAMIDI AJAY KUMAR
FATHER'S NAME
REGD.NO
NADIPALLI SURYANARAYANA
JARAPALA SAKRAM
09C61A0117
09C61A0111
KOPPULA VENKATA REDDY
BOLLA NARSIMHA
09C61A0113
09C61A01105
III -B.TECH-EEE
SUNKARA NARASIMHA RAO
VEMISEETY SUNDAR RAO
GOGULA RAMAKRISHNA
ISLAVATH BHEEMA
ISLAVATH BABU
BIXAMAIAH THAMMISHETTI
BHUKYA BHAGAVAN DAS
BITUKURI KUMARA SWAMY
R YANKANNA
MAMIDI SHEKAR
III -B.TECH-ECE
09C61A0238
09C61A0242
09C61A0209
09C61A0214
09C61A0215
09C61A0230
09C61A0201
09C61A0202
09C61A0229
09C61A0221
95
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
NAME OF THE STUDENT
FATHER'S NAME
KOTA MOHAN PRAKASH
KOTA VELU SWAMY
THOTAMALLA VENKATA
RATNAM
THOTAMALLA VENKANNA
YELAGANDULA SUDHEER
KUMAR
YELAGANDULA VENKATA
SEERNAM NAVEEN REDDY SEERNAM BASVI REDDY
PADILAM RAMESH
PADILAM SHIVAIAH
CHILUMULA SUDHEER
KUMAR
CHILUMULA PRASAD
KANAKAMEDALA DINESH
KANAKAMEDALA KRISHNA RAO
POGULA MAHESH
POGULA YAKAIAH
SRIRAMOJU NARSIMHA
SRIRAMOJU LAXMIKANTHA
CHARY
RAO
MITTAPALLI HAREESH
MITTAPALLI RANGA RAO
III -B.TECH-CSE
AATHIKAM VENUGOPAL
AATHIKAM VEERAIAH
MANDALAPU SAI
MANDALAPU DHARMA
NAGENDRA PAVAN KUMAR SIMIHADRI
PERABOINA VEERESH
PERABOINA BIXAM
NAGARAPU SATEESH
NAGARAPU KRISHNA MURTHI
P NAVEEN REDDY
SOMI REDDY
THIPPANI PARTHASARATHI THIPPANI CHERALU
GIRLS - III.B.TECH.CSE
CHIRUMAMILLA CHITTI PANI
CHIRUMAMILLA MOUNIKA BABU
CHILUKURI VEENA
CHILUKURI RAMIREDDY
KARNATI LISHITHA
KARNATI AJAY KUMAR
MADASU PRIYANKA
MADASU RAMBABU
MARUTHI CHENNA KESAVA
MARUTHI TANUJA
RAO
MORAMPUDI SWETHA
MORAMPUDI ALEKBABU
PASUPULETI CHARITHA
PASULETI SUBBA RAO
VEEDULA KRUSHI
VEEDULA PITCHAIAH
VEGESBA NOUNIKA
PRIYANKA
BEGESNA SUBBA RAJU
VEMPATI GOWTHAMI
VEMPATI RANGARAO
YALLANKI CHINA NAGESWARA
YALLANKI DIVYA SRI
RAO
96
REGD.NO
09C61A093
09C61A0490
09C61A0492
09C61A0475
09C61A0463
09C61A0415
09C61A0442
09C61A0467
09C61A0782
09C61A04
09C61A0501
09C61A0535
09C61A0555
09C61A0547
09C61A0552
09C61A0568
09C61A0517
09C61A0515
09C61A0526
09C61A0533
09C61A0536
09C61A0541
09C61A0553
09C61A0569
09C61A0570
09C61A0573
09C61A0577
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
NAME OF THE STUDENT
MUDAGALLA KRISHNA VENI
NARISETTI PALLAVI
PANUGANTI
CHAMUNDESWARI
PASUPULETI JAYA SRI
POTRU PAVANI
SAYYAD SHAMEENA BEGUM
SHAIK SANJU
SONTI SOWJANYA
SALI DIVYA
BANDARU AMBIKA
SHAIK NAZMA
GUDIPATI DRUVITHA
KARUMANCHI PRIYA
DARSHINI
NIRMALA SUNITHA
ATTUNURI PRATHYUSHA
MADHURI VAZRALA
MANDALAPU SOWJANYA
RAJAVARAPU SOWJANYA
TADICHARLA DEVA KUMARI
AADI SAIMANASWINI
BALUSU SRAVYA
MULLAPUDI MOUNIKA
CHINEENI ROHITHA
CHITLURI S S S RAJA
RAJESWARI DEVI
DASARI MANJUSHA
DHUPAKUNTLA MADHURI
FATHIMA SHAIK
MADDELA KALYANI
MARIDU AMANI
MOKKAPATI
KRISHNASANDHYA
MORAMPUDI MOUNIKA
FATHER'S NAME
MUDAGALLA GANGARAJU
NARISETTI JAKOBAIAH
PANUGANTI VENKATA
VASUDEVA RAO
PASULETI SRINIVASA RAO
POTRU SATYANARAYANA
SAYYAD IBRAHIM
SHAIK MAHMAD HUSSAIN
SONTI SUBBARAO
SALI MUTYALU
BANDARU NARASIMHA RAO
SHAIK VALI
GUDIPATI BALA SWAMY
KARUMANCHI BALA RAJU
REGD.NO
09C61A0457
09C61A0462
NIRMALA MALLIKARJUNA RAO
ATTUNURI LAKSHMA REDDY
SRINIVASA REDDY VAZRALA
MANDAPULAPU PRASADA RAO
RAJAVARAPU VENKATESWARA
RAO
MARESWARA RAO
AADI DURGA RAO
BALUSU YESU BABU
M V V SATYANARAYANA
CHINEENI BALA KRISHNA
10C61A0226
10C61A0501
10C61A0515
10C61A0517
10C61A0529
CHITLURI VENKATA RAMAIAH
DASARI RAVINDRA REDDY
DHUPAKUNTLA
RAMABHADRAM
NASEEMUNEESA BIBI
MADDELA SUNDAR RAO
MARIDU LAKSHMI NARAYANA
MOKKAPATI VENKATESWARA
RAO
MORAMPUDI VENKATESWAR
10C61A0429
10C61A0432
97
09C61A0464
09C61A0465
09C61A0468
09C61A0474
09C61A0477
09C61A0481
09C61A0471
10C61A0105
10C61A0238
10C61A0221
10C61A0224
10C65A0501
10C61A0401
10C61A0407
10C61A0426
10C61A0428
10C61A0434
10C61A0440
10C61A0457
10C61A0459
10C61A0464
10C61A0465
S.NO
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
NAME OF THE STUDENT
PAKALAPATI MOUNIKA
PANCHANGAM SRAVANI
RAVULA HIMA SINDHU
RAVURI SIRISHA
SEELAM CHANDANA KUMARI
VANAMA MOUNIKA
VEMPATI GOWRI MANASA
YARASANI SAHITYA
AJMEERA ASHOK KUMAR
AVULURI SUBBIREDDY
BADAVATH NARENDER
BODA CHANDRASHEKAR
DIVVA SANDEEP
HECHU GOPALAKRISHNA
KANAGALA NAVEEN KUMAR
KONETI VAMSIKRISHNA
LOKAM JANARI VENKATA SAI
RAM
MADDIGUNTA BASAVAIAH
MALLELA UMA MAHESWARA
RAO
MAMIDALA PRUDHVI
MOHAMMAD SALMAN PASHA
MORAMPUDI SANDEEP
PAKALAPATI GOUTHAM
PANGULURI CHANDRA
SEKHAR
TUMMURU MOHAN REDDY
AAVITI HARSHA VARDHAN
ADIMULAM
VEERENDRANATH
ALAVALA RAMBHUPAL
REDDY
ALETI KRISHNA CHAITANYA
BADUGU KISHORE
CHENNABOINA BHOOPESH
FATHER'S NAME
PAKALAPATI SRINIVASA RAO
PANCHANGAM RANGA
RAMANUJAM
RAVULA RAJA BABU
RAVURI PULLA RAO
SEELAM SRINIVASA REDDY
VANAMA SRINIVASA RAO
VEMPATI JAGADISH
YARASANI CHENNA REDDY
AJMEERA SRINIVAS
AVULURI VENKATAREDDY
BADAVATH KISHAN
BODA SEETHARAMULU
DIVVA KRISHNAIAH
HECHU SATYANARAYANA
KANAGALA SRINIVASA RAO
KONETI VENKATGIRI
LOKAM SAMBASIVA RAO
REGD.NO
10C61A0480
10C61A0482
10C61A0488
10C61A0489
10C61A0494
10C61A04A7
10C61A04B1
10C61A04B5
10C61A0102
10C61A0103
10C61A0104
10C61A0110
10C61A0116
10C61A0118
10C61A0119
10C61A0123
10C61A0127
MADDIGUNTA SUBBA RAO
MALLELA VENKATA
NAGESWARA RAO
MAMIDALA RAMESH BABU
MOHAMMAD ADIL PASHA
MORAMPUDI SATYANARAYANA
PAKALAPATI SUBHAKAR RAO
PANGULURI RAMA RAO
10C61A0129
10C61A0130
TUMMURU DAMODARREDDY
AAVITI MARESWARA RAO
ADIMULAM SUBBA CHARI
10C61A0144
10C61A0201
10C61A0203
ALAVALA SUBBA REDDY
10C61A0205
ALETI RAVI CHANDAR
BADUGU VENKATESWARLU
CHENNABOINA BIKSHAM
10C61A0207
10C61A0208
10C61A0214
98
10C61A0132
10C61A0134
10C61A0136
10C61A0138
10C61A0139
S.NO
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
NAME OF THE STUDENT
DARELLI LAKSHMANA RAO
NEELAPALA SESHU
FATHER'S NAME
DARELLI DANAIAH
NEELAPALA NAGESWARARAO
REGD.NO
10C61A0218
10C61A0225
NUNNA SHEKHAR
PILLI THARUN KUMAR
PUJARI SHIVA
RAMAVATH DEVILAL
SAMALA MAHENDRA REDDY
THOTA MAHESH KUMAR
UDATHANENI BALAKRISHNA
AJMERA SRINIVAS
ALLU NAGENDRA REDDY
ANJANEYA VARA PRASAD
RAVURI
BANDA MURALI
BATTULA UMA MAHESWAR
RAO
BOJJA VENKATESWARA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
VENKATESWARARAO
EDUNURI VENKATESH
CHAGANTI ANIL KUMAR
CHALLA GUNDLA SAGAR
CHALLAGULLA
VENKATESWARARAO
CHEEKATI VENKATA NAGA
SATEESH
EEDALA RAMA KRISHNA
CHATLA VENKATESWARA
RAO
KUSAMPUDI KALYAN RAM
MANDADAPU VAMSI KRISHNA
MEDARAMETLA NAGA
VENKATA MOHAN
MIRIYALA NAVEEN KUMAR
NAGARJUNA KIRAN KUMAR
NALLURI LEELA KRISHNA
PAGIDIMARLA PRADEEP
NUNNA NAGESWARAO
PILLI JAGAPATHAIAH
PUJARI RAJAMALLU
RAMAVATH GOBRIYA
SAMALA VENKATRAMIREDDY
THOTA KUMARASWAMY
UDATHANENI PRASAD
AJMERA KISHAN
ALLU VENKAT REDDY
VENKATESWARLU RAVURI
10C61A0228
10C61A0229
10C61A0231
10C61A0234
10C61A0237
10C61A0241
10C61A0242
10C61A0402
10C61A0403
10C61A0404
BANDA NARASAIAH
BATTULA SRINIVASA RAO
10C61A0408
10C61A0410
BOJJA NAGESWARA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
SATYANARAYANA
EDUNURI NAMBAIAH
CHAGANTI PRASADA RAO
CHALLAGUNDLA JAGGA RAO
CHALLAGULLA
SATYANARAYANA
CHEEKATI SATYANARAYANA
10C61A0418
10C61A0423
EEDALA HANUMANTHURAO
CHATLA JAMALAIAH
10C61A0438
10C61A0424
KUSAMPUDI SRINIVASA RAO
MANDADAPU NAGESWARA RAO
MEDARAMETLA KOTESWARA
RAO
MIRIYALA NAGESWARA RAO
NAGARJUNA PULLACHARY
NALLURI SESHAGIRI
PAGIDIMARLA VENKATA REDDY
10C61A0454
10C61A0458
10C61A0460
99
10C61A0436
10C61A0421
10C61A0422
10C61A0423
10C61A0425
10C61A0461
10C61A0472
10C61A0474
10C61A0479
S.NO
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
NAME OF THE STUDENT
PENDRA VENKATA BHANU
KRISHNA
POLIMETLA KRANTHIKUMAR
KORASA VENKATESWARLU
TALLURI NARASIMHA RAO
PERUMANDLA AJAYKUMAR
VEMIREDDY RAJA SEKHARA
REDDY
BANDI NARASIMHA RAO
BANDI SAI MANI KANTA
FATHER'S NAME
PENDRA VENKATESWARA RAO
REGD.NO
10C61A0485
POLIMETLA
VENKATESWARARAO
KORASA VEERAIAH
TALLURI GANDHI
PERUMANDLA SURAIAH
VEMIREDDY PULLA REDDY
10C61A0486
10C61A0453
10C61A04A3
10C61A04B9
10C61A04B0
BANDI VENKATESWARARAO
BANDI KRISHNA
10C61A0504
10C61A0505
NSS UNIT(SUMMER SPECIAL CAMP) KAKARLAPALLI VILLEGE , SATHUPALLY
MANDAL, KHAMMAM (DIST) FROM 13 TH 19 MARCH 2013 NSS SPECIAL CAMP
VOLUNTEERS LIST 2012-2014
S.NO
NAME OF THE STUDENT
FATHER'S NAME
REGD.NO
1
AVULURI SUBBIREDDY
AVULURI VENKATAREDDY 10C61A0103
2
BADAVATH NARENDER
BADAVATH KISHAN
10C61A0104
3
BANDA MURALI
BANDA NARASAIAH
10C61A0408
4
PANGULURI CHANDRA SEKHAR PANGULURI RAMA RAO
10C61A0139
5
TUMMURU MOHAN REDDY
TUMMURU
10C61A0144
DAMODARREDDY
ADIMULAM VEERANDRANATH
ADIMULAM DAMODAR
10C61A0203
6
REDDY
7
BADUGU KISHORE
BADUGU
10C61A0208
VENKATESWARLU
8
DARELLI LAKSHMANA RAO
DARELLI DANAIAH
10C61A0218
9
PUJARI SHIVA
PUJARI RAJAMALLU
10C61A0231
10
RAMAVATH DEVILAL
RAMAVATH GOBRIYA
10C61A0234
11
BOJJA VENKATESWARA RAO
BOJJA NAGESWARA RAO
10C61A0418
12
AJMERA SRINIVAS
AJMERA KISHAN
10C61A0402
13
ALLU NAGENDRA REDDY
ALLU VENKAT REDDY
10C61A0403
ANJANEYA VARA PRASAD
VENKATESWARLU RAVURI 10C61A0404
14
RAVURI
15
BATTULA UMA MAHESWAR RAO BATTULA SRINIVASA RAO
10C61A0410
CHALLAGULLA
CHALLAGULLA
10C61A0423
16
VENKATESWARARAO
SATYANARAYANA
100
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
CHEEKATI VENKATA NAGA
SATEESH
KUSAMPUDI KALYAN RAM
MEDARAMETLA NAGA VENKATA
MOHAN
MIRIYALA NAVEEN KUMAR
NAGARJUNA KIRAN KUMAR
ALETI KRISHNA CHAITANYA
CHALLA GUNDLA SAGAR
KARNATI BALANAGI REDDY
VEMIREDDY NAGARJUNA
REDDY
YAMUKAPATI RAMA KRISHNA
KORASA VENKATESWARLU
PERUMANDLA AJAYKUMAR
CHATLA VENKATESWARA RAO
EDUNURI VENKATESH
CHEEKATI
SATYANARAYANA
KUSAMPUDI SRINIVASA
RAO
MEDARAMETLA
KOTESWARA RAO
MIRIYALA NAGESWARA
RAO
NAGARJUNA PULLACHARY
ALETI RAVI CHANDAR
CHALLAGUNDLA JAGGA
RAO
KARNATI LINGA REDDY
VEMIREDDY VENKATA
KOTA REDDY
YEMUKAPATI
VENKATESWARA RAO
KORASA VEERAIAH
PERUMANDLA SURAIAH
CHATLA JAMALAIAH
EDUNURI NAMBAIAH
10C61A0425
10C61A0454
10C61A0460
10C61A0461
10C61A0472
10C61A0207
10C61A0422
10C61A0514
10C61A0534
10C61A0537
10C61A0453
10C61A04B9
10C61A0424
10C61A0436
MOTHER TERESA INSITUTE OFSCIENCEAND TECHNOLOGY
SANKETIKA NAGAR, SATHUPALLY-507 303
NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME(NSS)
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE STUDENTS WHO ATTEND FOR NSS
SPECIAL CAMP TO BE CONDUCTED AT REJARLA DURING 16TH -22ND
FEBRUARY 2010
S.NO ROLL NUMBER
NAME OF THE STUDENT
BRANCH
1
07C61A0510
CH.KRANTHI
III.CSE
2
07C61A0516
B.CHIRANJEEVI
III.CSE
3
07C61A0518
D.PHANI
III.CSE
4
07C61A0519
DEVILAL
III.CSE
5
07C61A0547
K.KRISHNA
III.CSE
6
07C61A0550
N.LOKENDRA
III.CSE
7
07C61A0551
M.PAVAN KUMAR
III.CSE
101
S.NO
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
ROLL NUMBER
07C61A0556
07C61A0557
07C61A0559
07C61A0564
07C61A0572
07C61A0577
07C61A0587
07C61A0599
07C61A05A6
07C61A05B3
08C61A0201
07C61A0206
07C61A0207
07C61A0208
07C61A0209
07C61A0210
07C61A0213
07C61A0220
07C61A0225
07C61A0230
07C61A0231
07C61A0233
07C61A0235
07C61A1222
07C61A1223
07C61A1243
07C61A1283
NAME OF THE STUDENT
M.VENKATESWARLU
M.KISHORE
M.MANOHAR
MD.ISMAIL
N.DHARMENDRA
P.HARI KRISHNA
M.SANDEEP
T.VENKATAKALYAN
V.SRI KANTH
R.NARMAD KUMAR
S. AVINASH
CH.RAJESH BABU
CH .RAMANA
B.DURGA VARA PRASAD
B.DURGA PRASAD
P.GOPINATH
B.SANJEEV KUMAR
M.RAM KUMAR
MANI KUMAR
D.SRINIVASA RAO
J SUBBARAYUDU
J.CHANIKYA
T .VISWANATH
K.VENUGOPAL REDDY
K.LAXMINARAYAN
P.VINAY
DEEPAK
BRANCH
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.CSE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.EEE
III.IT
III.IT
III.IT
III.IT
3.6.7 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities
organized
by
the
institution,
comment
on
how
they
complement students‟ academic learning experience and specify the
values and skills inculcated.
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Blood donation, Personality development list as follows:
MOTHER TERESA INTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
SANKETIKA NAGAR, SATHUPALLY- 507 303
NSS UNIT.2009-2010
NAME OF THE STUDENTS VOLUNTEERS
NAME OF THE STUDENTS
S.NO
ROLL NO
VOLUNTEERS
1
S.RAMKI
07C61A1256
2
K.PARAMESH
07C61A1238
3
Y.SHIVA
07C61A1259
4
B.HEMKUMAR
07C61A1206
5
N.SRIKANTH
07C61A1240
6
N.GOPINATH
07C61A1212
7
P.BHARATH KUMAR
07C61A1204
8
M.VENKATA RAO
07C61A1257
9
P.YASHWANTH
07C61A1240
10
M.VENKATA KISHORE
07C61A0557
11
N.LOKENDRA
07C61A0550
12
M.VENKATESWARLU
07C61A0556
13
SK.MANJU
07C61A0447
14
G.DEEPTHI
07C61A0425
15
M.DURGA SAMEERA
07C61A0434
16
B.SIVA KRISHNA
07C61A0410
17
D.SIREESHA
08C65A0402
18
V.SRIKANTH
07C61A05A6
19
B.VINEELA
07C61A1203
20
G.SIRISHA
07C61A1211
21
D.MANASA
07C61A1210
22
B.ROJA KALYANI
07C61A1207
23
V.SUKANYA
07C61A1254
24
K. PRIYAKA
07C61A1221
25
O.SUSHMA
07C61A1242
26
K.RAVALI
07C61A1224
27
A.KIRAN KUMAR
07C65A0403
28
S.ANIL KUMAR
07C61A0445
29
S.THEJAWI
07C61A05A1
30
P.PAVANI
07C61A0575
31
M.SOUJANYA
07C61A0596
103
S.NO
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
NAME OF THE STUDENTS
VOLUNTEERS
SANKA SIRISHA
T.SRIVYSHNAVI
V.SOWJANYA
P.USHA
SK.SHABANA
M.ROHINI
M.SARIKA
K.RAVALI
M. MANOHAR
ROLL NO
07C61A0594
07C61A05A3
07C61A0A7
07C61A0582
07C61A0590
07C61A0563
07C61A0562
07C61A1224
07C61A0559
BLOOD DONORS PARTICULARS
REGISTRATION FORM 2010-2011
YEAR&
NAME OF THE STUDENT
REGD.NO
BRANCH
K. VAMSHI KRISHNA
10C61A0123
II.CIVIL
S. RAJINI KANTH
11C61A0248
III EEE
U.BALA KRISHNA
10C61A0242
II EEE
B.UMAMAHESWARA RAO
10C61A0410
II ECE
CH.VENTA
10C61A0423
II ECE
P. KARTHIK
10C61A0487
II ECE
L.J.V SAI RAM
10C61A0127
II CIVIL
M.SRI ABILASH
10C61A0468
II ECE
M. SASIDAR
10C61A0470
IIECE
R.ANJANEYA VARA
PRASAD
10C61A0404
II ECE
T.NARASHIMHA RAO
10C61A04A3
IIECE
R.DEEPAK
10C61A0531
IICSE
K. SHYAM PRASAD REDDY
11C61A0213
I EEE
A.ASHOK KUMAR
10C61A0102
IICIVIL
BLOOD DONORS PARTICULARS
REGISTRATION FORM
NAME OF THE
YEAR&
S.NO STUDENT
REGD.NO
BRANCH
1 N.PAVANI
10C61A0137
II CIVIL
2 O.SANDEEP
10C61A0
DCSE
104
BLOOD
GROUP
O+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
AB+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
BLOOD
GROUP
O+Ve
O+Ve
S.NO
3
4
5
NAME OF THE
STUDENT
B. SHIVA KRISHNA
S.ARUN JOSHI
P.SRINIVAS
REGD.NO
09C61A0409
10C61A0239
08C61A0467
YEAR&
BRANCH
III ECE
II ECE
IV ECE
BLOOD
GROUP
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
BLOOD DONORS PARTICULARS
REGISTRATION FORM
NAME OF THE
YEAR&
S.NO
REGD.NO
STUDENT
BRANCH
1
B. HARI KRISHNA
10C61E0002
MBA
2
A NAGA SAI
09C61A0101
III CIVIL
3
D. HATHIRAM
ECE FACULTY
ECE
4
CH SATHISH
10C61E0005
MBA
5
B.MALLESH
09C61A0504
IIICSE
6
K NITHIN
08C61A0557
IIICSE
7
CH. BHOOPASH
10C61A0214
IIEEE
8
P AJAY KUMAR
10C61A04B9
II ECE
9
P SURESH BABU
ECE HOD
ECE
10
N. SHEKAR
10C61A0228`
II EEE
11
B.CHITTI BABU
09C61A0102
IICIVIL
A NAGENDRA
12
REDDY
10C61A0403
II ECE
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BLOOD DONORS PARTICULARS
REGISTRATION FORM
NAME OF THE
STUDENT
REGD.NO
K. TRINATH
09C65A0202
D.SANDEEP
10C61A0116
A HARSHA VARDHAN
10C61A0201
B. RAMBABU
CIVIL ATTENDER
K RAVI TEJA
09C61A0524
K.SATHYA NARAYANA
REDDY
10C61E0013
S.NAVEEN REDDY
09C61A0475
P NAGENDRA
07c61a0
105
BLOOD
GROUP
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
AB+Ve
B+Ve
AB+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
YEAR&
BRANCH
IVEEE
II CIVIL
IIEEE
CIVIL
IIICSE
BLOOD
GROUP
O+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
II MBA
III ECE
IVEEE
O+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
S.NO
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
S.NO
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
NAME OF THE
STUDENT
Y.RAMA KRISHNA
A.SUBBI REDDY
MD. ARSHAD
M.V. PAVAN KUMAR
A. VEERENDRANATH
CH.SATISH KUMAR
K. VARUN KUMAR
U RAJA
V RAJASHEKAR
REDDY
CH.SANDEEP
M. PRUDHVI
D. NAGENDRA BABU
CH V N SATEESH
L SRIKANTH
M.RAMESH
P AKARSH
N KIRAN KUMAR
M SANDEEP
Y.RAMA KRISHNA
B.V.S. KIRAN KUMAR
D.KOTAIAH
B.NARASIMHA RAO
CH.ANIL KUMAR
NAME OF THE
STUDENT
J SRIKANTH REDDY
K GOWTHAM
B.CHANDRA SHEKAR
K V MONAN KRISHNA
P KRIHNA REDDY
K VENKATA KRISHNA
B. SAIMANI KANTA
P MANIDEEP
D SANTHOSH
REGD.NO
10C61A0537
10C61A0103
10C61A0463
09C61A0116
10C61A0203
10C61E0005
09C61A0112
10C61E0040
YEAR&
BRANCH
IICSE
II CIVIL
II ECE
III CIVIL
IIEEE
II MBA
III CIVIL
MBA
BLOOD
GROUP
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
10C61A04B0
09C61A0205
10C61A0132
10C61A0217
10C61A0425
10C61A0132
11C61A0304
10C61A0484
10C61A0472
10C61A0136
10C61A0538
10C61A0420
11C61A0410
10C61A0504
10C61A0421
II ECE
III EEE
IICIVIL
IIEEE
IIECE
II CIVIL
I CIVIL
IIECE
IIECE
IICIVIL
IICSE
IIECE
ECE
IICSE
IIECE`
O+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
REGD.NO
10C61A04A1
10C61A0120
10C61A0110
10C61E0014
11C61A0442
07C61A0541
10C61A0505
11C61A0114
10C61A0114
YEAR&
BRANCH
IIECE
IICIVIL
IICIVIL
II MBA
IIECE
IV CSE
IICSE
I CIVIL
II CIVIL
BLOOD
GROUP
AB+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
106
S.NO
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
NAME OF THE
STUDENT
B SRINATH
N SATEESH
P KRANTHI KUMAR
B SAI KUMAR
B SRIPATHI REDDY
B. VENKATESWARA
RAO
K BHASKER
K KIRAN KUMAR
V KIRAN
REGD.NO
10C61A0506
08C61A0584
10C61A0486
11C61A0203
11C61A0101
YEAR&
BRANCH
IICSE
IIICSE
II ECE
EEE
ICIVIL
BLOOD
GROUP
B+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
10C61A0418
11C61A0517
ECE FACULTY
11C61A0555
I ECE
CSE
ECE
CSE
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
ROTARY
RED CROSS BLOOD BANK 2012-2013
LIC.NO 2/HD/AP/2002/BB GDT.18.02.2002
26-5-5,G.S.RAJU ST,GANGHINAGAR ,VIJAYAWADA-3
PH.NO.0966-2570082,2570083
BLOOD DONATION CAMP AT MOTHET TERESA COLLEGE
,SATHUPALLI, DATED ON 21.02.2013
BLOOD
R.NO
DONOR'S NAME
GROUP
1368 K. GANGA CHARYULU
B+Ve
1369 P. SRINIVASA RAO
O+Ve
1370 P.RAJESH
B+Ve
1371 K.VIVEKANANDA
A+Ve
1372 S. VIDYA SAGAR
A+Ve
1373 U.SRAVAN KUMAR
B+Ve
1374 MD. AZHAR KHAN
A+Ve
1375 M.VENKATESH
O+Ve
1376 L.CHALAPATHI RAO
B+Ve
1377 B.PRASHANTH KUMAR
AB+Ve
1378 G.MANI DEEP
O+Ve
1379 I ANU DEEP
O+Ve
1380 S. RAJINI KANTH
A+Ve
1381 P. RAMA RAO
O+Ve
1382 N. SANDEEP
B+Ve
107
S.NO
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
R.NO
1383
1384
1385
1386
1387
1388
1389
1390
1391
1392
1393
1394
1395
1396
1397
1398
1399
1400
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1408
1409
1410
1411
1412
1413
1414
1415
1416
1417
1418
DONOR'S NAME
S.VENKATESH
M.SRINIVAS
M.NAVEEN KUMAR
SK.RAMZAM VALI
K VIKRAM
A. KRISHNA RAJU
V CHANDRA SHEKAR
G. PRADEEP REDDY
D GOPAL
B.SRINIVAS
A.HARSH VARDHAN
P.T. RAJ KISHORE
CH.L.KRANTH KUMAR
B.UMAMAHESWARA RAO
A.VENKATESWARA RAO
T.RAMESH
U.ROHINI KUMAR
P.SOYAL RAM CHOWDARY
M.SAI ABHILASH
T.CHARAN TEJA
S. RAMESH
M.SATYANVESH`
K.SHYAM PRASAD REDDY
M.PURUSHOTHAM ABHILASH
G.SURESH
Y. RAMA KRISHNA
N.HARISH KUAMR
K.RAM CHOWDARY
D HANUMANTH MANI SHANKAR
D SANDEEP
B.SRIPATHI REDDY
I. RAM BABU
G.NARESH KUMAR
R. DEEPAK
N SAI HARSHA
A.SURESH
108
BLOOD
GROUP
B+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
O NEG
B+Ve
O+Ve
B+Ve
AB+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
S.NO
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
R.NO
1419
1420
1421
1422
1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1440
1441
BLOOD
GROUP
A+Ve
AB+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
A+Ve
B+Ve
B+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
O+Ve
A+Ve
DONOR'S NAME
K.SAI RAM
S.BHASKAR
P.MANI DEEP
P. KRANTHI KUMAR
Y RAMA KRISHNA
P.KRISHORE KUMAR
M.RAMESH
N.NAGA RAJU
K.KALYAN RAM
CH. ANIL KUMAR
A.NAGA SAI
M.SUDHEER KUMAR
G.PRUDHVI KALYAN
K.SHINE KUMAR
P.MOHAN RAO
Y. ANVESH
M.RAJA SEKHAR
BOPPANA NAGA PRASAD
SK.SHAMSHU
Y.MAHESH BABU
E.MOHANA RAO
S. RAJA SEKHAR
A. UPENDRA KUMAR
SMT.CHIGURUPATI MANJU VANI VARA PRASAD
LIONS CISTRICT 324 C4 BLOOD BANK 2013-2014
C.S.I-C.D.A. Complex, Prakasam Road, Surya Rao pet,
VIJAYAWADA -520002
BLOOD DONORS LIST . 01.02.2014 LIONS CLUB OF SATHUPALLI &
MOTHET TERESA INSTITITUE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
DONOR'S NAME
D.H.MANI SHAKAR
P SUNDER RAO
S BHASKAR
P MAHESWAR REDDY
P KRISHNA REDDY
AGE & SEX
21/M
24/M
21/M
21/M
20/M
109
GROUP
B +Ve
O +Ve
A.B +Ve
A +Ve
A +Ve
BAG NO
12293
12294
12295
12296
12297
S.NO
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
DONOR'S NAME
G ABHINASH
G ESWAR
K.PRANEETH
P. RAMA RAO
P.LOKESWARA RAO
K.HARICHANDAN
AGE & SEX
21/M
18/M
21/M
21/M
19/M
19/M
SK.SHARIEF
M. RAVI KUMAR
MD.AZHAR KHAN
CH.SRIMANNARAYANA
R.PRASANNA KUMAR
I .NAGEDRA BABU
P.JOSEPH RAJ KISHORE
J. RAMESH
A.SANDEEP REDDY
G. PRADEEP REDDY
SK.IMRAN
R.SATHIBABU
N.SRIHARSHA
K.KRISHNA KUMAR
B.BABU RAO
D.MAHESH KRISHNA
N. SURESH
D.NAVEEN
G.BABU
M.RAMESH KUMAR
T.MANIDEEP
N.VENKATA RAMANA
N.CH.KRISHNA SIVIDYA
A.SRINU
D.V.ARAVIND
M.P.ABHILASH
G.GANESH
K.MANIKANTA
B.ANIL
S.N.V.LAKSHMI
20/M
20/M
20/M
20/M
20/M
18/M
21/M
23/M
20/M
23/M
18/M
22/M
21/M
22/M
23/M
19/M
19/M
18/M
22/M
21/M
21/M
42/M
19/F
18/M
20/M
19/M
21/M
21/M
19/M
31/F
110
GROUP
O +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
B +Ve
O
NAGITIVE
O +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
B +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
AB +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
BAG NO
12298
12299
12300
12301
12302
12303
12304
12305
12306
12307
12308
12309
12310
12311
12312
12313
12314
12315
12316
12317
12318
12319
12320
12321
12322
12323
12324
12325
12326
12327
12328
12329
12330
12331
12332
12333
S.NO
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
DONOR'S NAME
D.SANDEEP
T.RAMESH
R.SHIVA KRISHNA
D.DASTAGIRI
P.RAJA SHEKAR
V.BHASKAR RAO
M.RAGHAVULU
N.VEERA BABU
K.MOUNIKA
T.MAHESWARA RAO
AGE & SEX
19/M
24/M
18/M
22/M
19/M
32/M
21/M
24/M
21/F
21/M
M.ANUROOP
K.KOTESWARARAO
SD.R.NIKANTH
L.LAKSHMI
Y.SATHYANARAYANA
B.BAL RAJ
K. SATYAVANI
A.RAGHU
M. THOMAS
V.KIRAN KUMAR
G.NAGA RAJ
SK. RAHEEM PASHA
K. ABHILASH
P.SOYALRAM
K. VAMSI KRISHNA NAYAK
V.V.S.S SRIMANTH
M.KRISHNA
P.SANTOSH KUMAR
CH.VIJAY PRAKESH
SK.JAKEER HUSSAIN
P.LAKSHMAN RAO
M.S.N VARA PRASAD
S. VENKATA MADHAVA
Y.SATISH
K.KRISHNA
M.SUBHASH CHANDRA
20/M
21/M
23/M
22/F
19/M
18/M
24/F
18/M
44/M
21/M
19/M
20/M
19/M
20/M
19/M
19/M
19/M
19/M
19/M
18/M
19/M
20/M
19/M
19/M
42/M
20/M
111
GROUP
O +Ve
B +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
A +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O
NAGITIVE
A +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
AB +Ve
B +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
A +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
AB +Ve
A +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
A +Ve
BAG NO
12334
12335
12336
12337
12338
12339
12340
12341
12342
12343
12344
12345
12346
12347
12348
12349
12350
12351
12352
12353
12354
12355
12356
12357
12358
12359
12360
12361
12362
12363
12364
12365
12366
12367
12368
12369
S.NO
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
DONOR'S NAME
P. NAGA SRI
SK.NAUSHAD
CH.THIRUMALA RAO
B.PULLA RAO
SK.NAGULMEERA
M.PRASANNATHEJA
B.SAIKRISHNA
T.BHAVANI SHANKAR
Y.BHARGAV
K.PRAVEEN KUMAR
A.SATISH KUMAR
AKHIL SINHA
Y.VAMSEE
AGE & SEX
20/M
20/M
18/M
26/M
21/M
20/M
20/M
19/M
19/M
29/M
28/M
18/M
19/M
N.MADHAV
M.VENKATESWARA RAO
M.NAGARAJU
N.RANAPRATHAP
Y.AVNASH
K.MANIKANTA
K.PAUL VINCENT
B.NARESH
B.PRASAD
M.VAMSI KRISHNA
19/M
20/M
19/M
18/M
20/M
18/M
18/M
19/M
20/M
F
112
GROUP
AB +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
AB +Ve
O +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
O
NAGITIVE
A +Ve
B +Ve
O +Ve
AB +Ve
O +Ve
O +Ve
A +Ve
B +Ve
B +Ve
BAG NO
12370
12371
12372
12373
12374
12375
12376
12377
12378
12379
12380
12381
12382
12383
12384
12385
12386
12387
12388
12389
12390
12391
12392
3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its reach out activities
and contribute to the community development? Detail on the initiatives of the institution that
encourage community participation in its activities?
Adoption of village:
Detailed Schedule of NSS Special Camp to be conducted at REJARLA Village Sathupally Mandal,
Khammam District (2010-2011)
Days
6:009.0012.:30- 2:00-4:00pm
4:006:308:30-9:00pm
9:007.00 am
12.00pm
1.30
6:00pm
8:30pm
10:00pm
pm
Day-1
16.02.2010
Inaugural function and
Plantation by Guests
Lunch
Day-2
17.02.2010
Yoga
Fencing of
Plantation
Lunch
Day-3
18.02.2010
Yoga
Drains
Cleaning
Lunch
Day-4
19.02.2010
Yoga
Roads
Patching
Work
Lunch
Day-5
21.02.2010
Yoga
Free Medical
Camp
Lunch
Yoga
Clean &
Green
Day-6
21.02.2010
Day-7
22.02.2010
Lunch
Awareness on
Education in ST
Colony
Seminar on
Socio-Economic
Survey
Awareness on
People‟s Social
Responsibility
Awareness on
Environmental
protection
Awareness on
Telecom
Services,
Eseva
Awareness on
family Planning
Child Marriages
Awareness on
Education in
ST Colony
Games
Games
Games
Awareness
on
Education
in ST
Colony
SocioEconomic
Survey
SocioEconomic
Survey
SocioEconomic
Survey
Cultural
Activities
Dinner
Cultural
Activities
Dinner
Cultural
Activities
Dinner
Cultural
Activities
Games
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Cultural
Activities
Games
Campaign
on Agro
Based
Information
Dinner
Cultural
Activities
******* Closing Ceremony followed by Lunch***********
113
Dinner
Detailed Schedule of NSS Special Camp to be conducted at TUMBUR Village Sathupally Mandal,
Khammam District
(2011-2012)
Days
6:009.0012.:302:004:006:30-8:30pm
8:307.00 am
12.00pm
1.30
4:00pm
6:00pm
9:00pm
pm
Awareness
Awareness on
Awareness on
Day-1
Inaugural function
on
Lunch Education in SC
Education in
Dinner
08.02.2011
and Plantation by
Education in
Colony
SC Colony
Guests
BC Colony
Seminar on
SocioDay-2
Fencing of
Yoga
Lunch
Socio-Economic
Games
Economic
Dinner
09.02.2011
Plantation
Survey
Survey
Awareness on
SocioDay-3
Drains
Yoga
Lunch
People‟s Social
Games
Economic
Dinner
10.02.2011
Cleaning
Responsibility
Survey
Roads
Awareness on
SocioDay-4
Yoga
Patching
Lunch
Environmental
Games
Economic
Dinner
11.02.2011
Work
protection
Survey
Awareness on
SocioDay-5
Free Medical
Telecom
Yoga
Lunch
Games
Economic
Dinner
12.02.2011
Camp
Services,
ESurvey
seva Services
Awareness
Awareness on
Day-6
Clean &
Program on
Yoga
Lunch family Planning,
Games
Dinner
13.02.2011
Green
Agro Based
Child Marriages
Information
Day-7
14.02.2011
******* Closing Ceremony followed by Lunch***********
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Detailed Schedule of NSS Special Camp to be conducted at TUMBUR Village,Sathupally Mandal,
Khammam District (2012-2013)
Days
Day-1
30.01.2012
Day-2
31.01.2012
6:007.00 am
9.0012.00pm
12.:301.30
pm
Inaugural function
and Plantation by
Guests
Lunch
Yoga
Fencing of
Plantation
Day-3
01.02.2012
Yoga
Drains
Cleaning
Lunch
Day-4
02.02.2012
Yoga
Roads
Patching
Work
Lunch
Yoga
Free Medical
Camp
Yoga
Clean &
Green
Day-5
03.02.2012
Day-6
04.02.2012
Day-7
05.02.2012
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
2:004:00pm
4:006:00pm
6:308:30pm
8:309:00pm
Awareness on
Education in
SC Colony
Awareness
on
Education in
BC Colony
Awareness
on
Education
in SC
Colony
Dinner
Games
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Seminar on
SocioEconomic
Survey
Awareness on
People‟s Social
Responsibility
Awareness on
Environmental
protection
Awareness on
Telecom
Services,
E-seva Services
Awareness on
family
Planning, Child
Marriages
Games
Games
SocioEconomic
Survey
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Games
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Games
Awareness
Program on
Agro Based
Information
Dinner
******* Closing Ceremony followed by Lunch***********
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Dinner
Detailed Schedule of NSS Special Camp to be conducted at KAKARLAPALLI Village(2013-2014)
Days
6:009.0012.:302:004:006:30-8:30pm
8:307.00
12.00pm
1.30
4:00pm
6:00pm
9:00pm
am
pm
Day-1
13.03.2013
(WED)
Day-2
14.03.2013
(THU)
Day-3
15.03.2013
(FRI)
Day-4
16.03.2013
(SAT)
Day-5
17.03.2013
(SUN)
Day-6
18.03.2013
(MON)
Day-7
19.03.2013
(TUE)
Inaugural function
and Plantation by
Guests
Yoga
Fencing of
Plantation
Yoga
Drains
Cleaning
Yoga
Roads
Patching
Work
Yoga
Yoga
Free Medical
Camp
Clean &
Green
Lunch
Awareness on
Education in SC
Colony
Awareness on
Education in
BC Colony
Awareness on
Education in
ST Colony
Dinner
Lunch
Seminar on
Socio-Economic
Survey
Medical
Awareness
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Lunch
Awareness on
People‟s Social
Responsibility
Dropout
Students in
School
Education
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Lunch
Awareness on
Environmental
protection
Drains
Cleaning
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Lunch
Awareness on
Aadhar& E-seva
Services
Counseling on
Bad habits in
the SC and ST
Colony
SocioEconomic
Survey
Dinner
Lunch
Awareness on
family Planning,
Child Marriages
Counseling on
Bad habits in
the BC colony
Awareness
Program on
Agro Based
Information
Dinner
******* Closing Ceremony followed by Lunch***********
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3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships forged (if any) with other institutions of the
locality for working on various outreach and extension activities.
To develop constrictive relationship to other institutions of the locality our faculty giving the guest lectures
List of Lecturers by NSS TEAM
Detailed Schedule of NSS Special Camp to be conducted at REJARLA Village. Sathupally Mandal,
Khammam. District (2010-2011)
Day-1
16.02.2010
Day-2
17.02.2010
Day-3
18.02.2010
Day-4
19.02.2010
Day-5
21.02.2010
Day-6
21.02.2010
Day-7
22.02.2010
Awareness on
Education in ST
Colony
Seminar on SocioEconomic Survey
Awareness on People‟s
Social Responsibility
Awareness on
Environmental
protection
Awareness on Telecom
Services,
E-seva
Awareness on family
Planning Child
Marriages
Awareness on
Education in ST
Colony
Awareness on Education
in ST Colony
Games
Socio-Economic Survey
Games
Socio-Economic Survey
Games
Dinne
r
Cultural
Activities
Dinne
r
Dinne
r
Cultural
Activities
Cultural
Activities
Socio-Economic Survey
Dinne
r
Cultural
Activities
Games
Socio-Economic Survey
Dinne
r
Cultural
Activities
Games
Campaign on Agro
Based Information
Dinne
r
Cultural
Activities
******* Closing Ceremony followed by Lunch***********
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To develop constrictive relationship to other institutions of the locality
our faculty giving the guest lectures
List of Lecturers by NSS TEAM
S.NO
DATE
ACTIVITY
AREA/LOCATION
Conducted Clean and Green
1
9th Jan 2009
Programme
College Campus
2
30th Jan
Conducted Clean and Green
Adopted Village
2009
Programme
(REJARLA)
Conducted a Student
3.
14TH Feb
Motivation Programme
2009
4
24th July
School in the adopted
village
Mega Blood Donation Camp
College Campus
2009
Awareness Campaign and free
5
28th Aug
distribution of Homeo pills to
2009
the students, staff and their
College Campus
families
Seminar on
6
24th Sept
“ENVIRONMENTAL
2009
POLLUTION&PROTECTION”
College Campus
on the occasion of 40th NSS
Day
3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension
activities and/contributions to the social/community development
during the last four years.
NIL
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3.7 Collaboration
3.7.1 How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories,
institutes
and
industry
for
research
activities.
Cite
examples and benefits accrued of the initiatives - collaborative research,
staff exchange, sharing facilities and equipment, research scholarships
etc.
 Collaboration with industries and external research laboratories results
in student industrial visits, summer internships and student projects.
 Collaboration with Wipro (Mission 10x),
for faculty development
programme
 Collaboration with Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd., Vijayawada to conduct
placement training programmes on aptitude and soft skills.
 Collaboration with IIT, Bombay Remote Centre for improving quality
education system and testing AAKASH Tablets.
 Collaboration with IIT, Kharaghpur Remote Centre for improving
quality education system
Benefits :
 Improved Teaching Learning Environment, about 75 teachers benefited
with these programmes.
 Industry oriented B.Tech and M.Tech projects.
 Improved R & D and consultancy activities
 Improved Placement & Training activity
 Exposure to students on practical and Industrial aspects through
Industrial tours.
3.7.2 Provide details on the MoUs / Collaborative arrangements (if any)
with institutions of national importance/ other Universities/ industries
/ Corporate (Corporate entities) etc. and how they have contributed to
the development of the institution.
Details of MOUs/Collaborative arrangements with the college are
Fluid logix., Vijayawada
Globarena Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Hyderabad, Hi-q., Hyderabad etc
3.7.3 Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community
interactions that have contributed to the establishment / creation/up119
gradation
of
academic
facilities,
student
and
staff
support,
infrastructure facilities of the institution viz. laboratories / library/ new
technology /placement services etc.
 Industry-Institute Community interactions by inviting scientists and
industrialists to deliver guest lectures and to organize workshops and
seminars helped the institution in so many ways.
 Faculty and students are trained to meet the technological needs of
industry and society.
 Awareness on importance of collaborative research projects and live
projects for students is created by inviting eminent scientists and
industrial personnel.
 Both faculty and students are benefited by organizing Industry oriented
workshops where in they gain hands-on experience and industrial
exposure.
3.7.4 Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants who
contributed to the events, provide details of national and international
conferences organized by the college during the last four years.
Guest Lectures:
ECE:
i) Prof. N.S Murthy given lecturer on VLSI Technology on 29/01/2011.
ii) V.JAYA KRISHNA given lecturer on Aspect and Trends of VLSI on
29/10/2011.
iii) M.Veranjaneyulu given lecturer on BROAD BAND TECHNOLOGY on
19/1/2013.
EEE
i). Mr. B. Raju
A.D.E.,
K.T.P.S, Latest Trends in Power generation and
construction of large turbo generators on 03.02.2014
ii). Mr. M. Raja gopal, . Embedded systems and PLC‟s. on 03.08.2013
iii). Prof. N.V. Ramana, Outline view of computer methods in power system on
24.01.2013
MBA:
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1. The eminent academician visited to the department of MBA, The
seminar was conduct in the month of April 2012 with Dr.A.R.Aryasri
famous academician and Author – the details were mentioned below.
3Topic given by the Academician is on
“ Leader ship qualities and
Goal Setting” Date: 2012 April, Dr. A.R. Arya Sri Prof.& Head Of The
Department School Of Management Studies Jntu H Kukatpally,
Hyderabad
2. The Topic with “ The quality of successful Management “ had delivered
the lecturer to the young managers
on the date of 7th Jan,2012
Dr. A. Chandra Mohan Prof. and Head of Department, Human
Resource
Management from SRM University Chennai .
MECHANICAL: Dr. A. B. Srinivasarao, applied thermo dynamics on
3.08.2013
3.7.5 How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in
formal MoUs and agreements? List out the activities and beneficiaries
and cite examples (if any) of the established linkages that enhanced
and/or facilitated a) Curriculum development/enrichment
DAC of each department has experts both from Industry and Reputed
Institute. The DAC meets frequently and suggests the teachers for the
modifications and up-gradation in the lesson plan keeping in view the needs
of Industry and ongoing changes in relevant disciplines.
b) Internship/ On-the-job training
Collaboration with various industries provides an opportunity to the
students for industry exposure, acquiring training skills for placements and
getting projects from industries.
c) Summer placement
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Collaboration with various industries / organizations help the students
to undergo short-term training and internship programmes during summer
vacation period and semester break period.
The college deputes M.Tech students to industries for taking up live projects
and work at industry for short duration period.
d) Faculty exchange and professional development
Institute arranges workshops, seminars at department and interdepartment levels to exchange the ongoing research activity in the fields of
national importance and industry needs.
Institute also deputes faculty to exchange their research expertise at
workshops,
conferences
and
training
programs
arranged
at
other
colleges/organizations.
College also arranges frequently faculty development programmes inviting
resource persons from reputed Academic institutions.
e) Research
Institute encourages the faculty to take up research projects offered by
AICTE, DST, MHRD and other State and Central Government
organizations.
Institute is also extending incentives to the faculty who publish papers in
journals and conferences. Details are present in item 3.1.5 & 3.2.7.
f) Consultancy
The college has established consultancy cell and encourages the faculty
to take up consultancy works and to extend services catering the needs of the
society and industry / companies.
Department of Civil Engineering is actively engaged in offering consultancy
services design of buildings and testing building materials and so on.
g) Extension
The following are some of the extension services taken up by the
college
Civil Engineering students have conducted field survey of Rejarla
panchayat using AUTO
LEVELS and marked the locations of roadways,
buildings in the village.
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Department of Computer Science and Engineering has taken up “AAKASH R
& D” project in association with IIT, Bombay and received 200 Aakash tablets
during various workshops conducted.
h) Publication
The institute encourages the faculty to publish their research outcome
results in journals and conferences. Details are presented in 3.1.7.
i) Student Placement
Providing job market information and related inputs to students
Pre-placement training from third year onwards by agencies like Globarena
Technologies etc.
Personality Development Programmes and frequent Assessment Tests in
Aptitude, Reasoning and Verbal.
Evaluation of students by external assessment agencies
j) Twinning programmes
NIL
k) Introduction of new courses
Keeping in view the needs of the society and industry/company the
following new courses/increase in intake are introduced during last 4 years.
Course
Year
Intake
Mechanical engineering
2011
60
Mining engineering
2012
60
l) Student exchange
Students are deputed to industries / research organizations during
summer vacation for industry exposure and to take up the projects related to
industry needs.
Experts from industry and research organizations are invited for interactive
sessions with students for exchange of knowledge and practical skills making
the students fit for industry requirements.
The departments organize state-wise and inter collegiate festivals, seminars
and technical paper contests and students from various institutions exchange
their ideas in thrust areas of engineering and other fields.
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3.7.6 Detail on the systemic efforts of the institution in planning,
establishing
and
implementing
the
initiatives
of
the
linkages/collaborations.
The
college
has
“Qualify
Document”
in
which
the
planning,
establishment and implementation procedures on Research and Consultancy
are incorporated.
The institute has a Research Committee
The college provides budget for in-house R & D every year.
Institution provides seed money to undertake industry oriented student
projects and in-house R&D projects by faculty.
Workload will be reduced to senior faculty who involve in major R&D projects
and consultancy.
Faculty will be sponsored regularly to attend important workshops and
seminars arranged by leading research organizations.
Any other relevant information regarding Research, Consultancy and
Extension which the college would like to include.
NIL
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND
LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1Physical Facilities
4.1.1What is the policy of the Institution for creation and
enhancement of infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching and
learning?
The needs and analysis of the required infrastructure is planned by
various academic departments and annual budget is prepared. After getting
approval from the Governing Body, it will be deployed to the departments and
they are made available to faculty and students to carry on curricular and
non curricular activities. HODs will call for quotations for the required
equipments and prepare comparative statements. The purchase order shall
be placed by the Principal or Secretary & Correspondent. After receiving the
equipment along with the bill, the department will test and verify as per
specifications mentioned in the purchase order. The department shall
maintain separate stock registers for recurring and non-recurring items for
each laboratory.
4.1.2Detail the facilities available for
a)Curricular and co-curricular activities – classrooms, technology enabled
learning spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories,
botanical
garden, Animal house, specialized facilities and equipment for teaching,
learning and research etc.
Seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories, specialized facilities and
equipment for teaching (OHP projectors, LCD Projectors), Learning and
Research facilities are available. The institution has sufficient number of wellfurnished, well ventilated, spacious classrooms for conducting theory classes.
All laboratories are well equipped, and well maintained not only for carrying
out curriculum-oriented lab practical but also to carry out research activities.
b)Extra –curricular activities – sports, outdoor and indoor games,
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gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities,
Public
speaking, communication skills development, yoga, health and
hygiene etc.
Two full time qualified Physical Directors were appointed to look after
the day to day games and sports activities of the college
The outdoor games such as Ball-badminton, volley ball, cricket, football etc.
are also provided. The indoor games such as chess and caroms are also
available.
The college has an open air auditorium with a seating capacity of 5000
The College has a NSS Unit with a total strength of 100 members, affiliated to
J.N.T.U.H., Hyderabad.
The college encourages and lends a helping hand to develop the innate
talents of students in cultural activities by providing cultural Club (Yuvanica),
Literary Club (Srujana) etc.
The college has state-of-art English Language Communication Skills
Laboratory provided with 60 systems and licensed software‟s.
4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available
infrastructure is in line with its academic growth and is optimally
utilized?
Give
specific
examples
of
the
facilities
developed/augmented and the amount spent during the last four years
(Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution / campus and indicate the
existing physical infrastructure and the future planned expansions if
any).
Institute develops the infrastructure as per the norms of AICTE,
University and State government. The experts from the regulatory authorities
regularly visit the Institute.
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YEAR
2014
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
YEAR
NAME OF THE ITEM
PURCHASED
STEFAN BOLTZ MAN
THERMAL
CONDUCTIVITY OF
METAL ROD
HEATTRASFER BY
NATURAL CONVECTION
PARALLEL FLOW/
COUNTER ELOW HEAT
EXCHANGER
DRILLING MACHINE
WITHMOTOR
SLOTTING MACHINE
WITH DIVIDING HEAD
MOTOR
SURFACE GRINDING
MACHINE WITH
MAGNETIC CHECK
MILLING MACHINE WITH
DIVIDING
HEAD,VERTICAL HEAD
ATTACHMENT
TWO STROKE SINGLE
CYLINDER PETROL
ENGINE
FOUR SINGLE CYLINDER
DIESEL ENGINE
MODEL OF BABCOCK
BOILER
MODEL OF LOCOMATIVE
BOILER
MODEL OF VERTICAL
BOILER
MORSE TEST RIG MULTI
CYLINDER PETROL
ENGINE
NAME OF THE ITEM
PURCHASED
DATE OF
ITEM
PURCHASED
30/01/2014
30/01/2014
30/01/2014
COST
OF
ITEM
31,200
NO.OF
ITEM
TOTAL
COST
1
31200
31,600
1
31600
30,800
1
30800
31,600
1
31,600
29,000
1
29,000
51,000
1
51,000
70,000
1
70,000
68,000
1
68,000
7,500
1
7,500
8,500
1
8,500
7,600
1
7,600
7,600
1
7,600
5,800
1
5,800
85,000
1
85,000
COST
OF
NO.OF
ITEM
TOTAL
COST
30/01/2014
17/07/2013
17/07/2013
17/07/2013
17/07/2013
11/7/2013
11/7/2013
11/7/2013
11/7/2013
11/7/2013
11/7/2013
DATE OF
ITEM
127
PURCHASED
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
YEAR
TWO STROKE PETROL
ENGINE SINGLE
CYLINDER TEST RIG
WITH MOTORING TEST
FOUR STROKE SINGLE
CYLINDER DIESEL
ENGINE TEST RIG WITH
CONTROL PANAL
BERNOULIS THEOREM
SET UP
SLIP GAUGE BOX
MAGNETIC BASE+ DIAL
GAUGES
VERNIER CALIPERS
200MM*8”
DIAL BORE GAUGE
UNIVERSAL BEVEL
PROTRACTOR
VERNIER CALIPERS
150MM*6”
VERNIER CALIPERS
15CM*6”
THREAD GAUGE
DISC MICROMETER
SPIRIT LEVEL
MICROMETER
(0/25)
RED WOOD
VISCOMETERS WITH
STANDARD
ACCESSORIES
ABLES FLASH POINT
APPARATUS WITH
STANDARD
ACCESSORIES
NAME OF THE ITEM
PURCHASED
ITEM
4/9/2013
75,000
1
75,000
1,61,666
1
1,61,666
13/03/2013
49,000
1
49,000
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
8,000
1
8,000
1,800
4
7,200
850
1
850
3,500
1
3,500
3,050
1
3050
500
1
500
2,350
1
2,350
170
2,500
240
1
1
1
170
2,500
240
580
1
580
10,645
1
10,645
9,000
1
9,000
COST
OF
NO.OF
ITEM
TOTAL
COST
17/10/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
15/06/2013
21/12/2012
21/12/2012
DATE OF
ITEM
128
PURCHASED
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
YEAR
SAYBOLT VISCOMETER
APPARATUS WITH
STANDARD
ACCESSORIES
CARBON RESIDUE
APPARATUS WITH
STANDARD
ACCESSORIES
JUNKERS GAS
CALORIMETER
DEAD WEIGHT
PRESSURE GAUGE
TESTER
DISC GRINDING
MACHINE WITH
ACCESSORIES
DIGITEL BALANCE
KERRO
BINOCULAR
METALLURGICAL
MICROSCOPE WITH
ACCESSORIES
21/12/2012
DOUBLE DISC POLISHER
WITH STANDARD
ACCESSORIES
25/09/2012
JAMNAY QUENCH
APPARATUS WITH
ACCESSORIES
MUFFLER FURNACE
6‟ SIZE NORTON GEAR
BOX LATHE, WITH
CHUCK, MOTOR &
FITTING
4.1/2‟ SIZE LATHE, WITH
CHUCK, MOTOR &
FITTING
25/09/2012
NAME OF THE ITEM
PURCHASED
DATE OF
ITEM
ITEM
8,525
1
8,525
4,250
1
4,250
65,000
1
65,000
39,000
1
39,000
7,300
1
7,300
2,100
1
2,100
20,500
1
20,500
32,000
1
32,000
32,000
1
32,000
20,150
1
20,150
61,000
1
61,000
51,500
1
51,500
COST
OF
NO.OF
ITEM
TOTAL
COST
21/12/2012
21/12/2012
21/12/2012
4/9/2012
4/9/2012
25/09/2012
25/09/2012
4/9/2012
4/9/2012
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PURCHASED
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
6.HAND FLY
PRESS,WITH WHELL
HANDLE , CLAMPS,
BOLTS
1 OUNCE CAPACITY
INJECTION
MOULDING,WITH
HEATER & REGULATOR
15 KV SPOT WELDING
MACHINE WITH ALL
STANDARDACCESSORIES
6‟ SIZE WOOD TURNIG
LATHE MACHINE WITH
MOTOR & FITTI
ORIFICE & MOUTH PIECE
SET UP
NOTCHES EXPERIMENT
PIPE FRICTION
APPARATUS
COMBINED UNIT OF
VENTURIMETER
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
TESTING
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
TEST RIG (MULTI STAGE)
RECIPROCATING PUMP
TESTING
PELTON TURBINE
TESTING
FRANICS TURBINE TEST
RIG
IMPACT OF JET VANES
ITEM
4/9/2012
14,000
1
14,000
8,500
1
8,500
21,000
1
21,000
11,700
1
11,700
58,000
1
58,000
56,000
1
56,000
13,925
1
13,925
16,500
1
16,500
14,335
1
14,335
17,000
1
17,000
14,895
1
14,895
54,490
1
54,490
59,480
1
59,480
12,940
1
12,940
4/9/2012
4/9/2012
4/9/2012
6/8/2011
6/8/2011
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
13/06/2003
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Sno
Year
1
2
3
4
5
201011
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
201011
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Sno
Year
Name of the Item
Purchased
Measuring chairs
30mts
30mts tapes
Ranging rods
2mts
Wooden cross staff
Prismatic
compass 100mmdia
with stand
Plane table set
Automatic level with
stand
Leveling staff 4mts
Box sextant
Plainometer2B
Optical square brass
Standard vernier
theodolite with
Stands box
Specimen trays
Maginifinglens
Rockhand specimens
Mineralah
andspecimen
Oreminerala
Mohsscale hardness
box/9small mineralas
streak plateand strong
maginet
Hardness Testing Kit
Handlense
Horseshoe Magnet
Wooden Crystal
Models
Microscopes with
Optics
Rock thin section
Minerals thin section
Name of the Item
Date of
item
Purchasing
Cost of
Item
No of
Items
Total Cost
800-00
10nos
8000-00
300-00
210-00
10Nos
40Nos
3000-00
8400-00
600-00
950-00
10Nos
10Nos
6000-00
9500-00
4200-00
1600000
650-00
1250-00
600-00
450-00
1400000
6Nos
8Nos
25200-00
128000-00
10nos
1nos
1nos
6no‟s
8nos
6500-00
1250-00
600-00
2700-00
1,12,000
20-07-10
55-00
90
8000
20nos
10nos
1set
1100
900
8000
4500
1set
4500
3900
375
1set
10nos
3900
3750
140
90
100
32
10
10
05
01
1400
900
500
32
17000
02
34000
3500
3500
01
01
3500
3500
20-07-10
Date of
131
Cost of
No of
Total
Purchased
26
Geological Map of
India
Wooden Block
model covering fold
Cleano meter
compass
Aggregate crusting
value apparatus
Aggregate impact
tester
Flash point
apparatus
27
28
29
30
31
32
201112
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
201112
Length gauge
Bitumen
penetration
apparatus
Vicat needle
apparatus
Le-chatciers
Apparatus
Slump test App
Rebound hammer
I.S sives set 45 mm
dia
I.S sives set 20 mm
dia
Cube moulds
Normal consistency
sieves
42
C.T.M apparatus
43
44
45
Liquid limit device
Plastic limit set
Shrink age limit set
Apparatus for soil
determination
Soil permeability
app
46
47
item
Purchasing
29-05-2012
29-05-12
26-05-12
20-02-12
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Item
Items
Cost
1100
01
1100
8900
01
8900
900
02
1800
7600-00
I nos
7600-00
9500-00
1 nos
9500-00
11,400-00
1 nos
11,40000
665-00
1 nos
665-00
5700-00
1 nos
5700-00
2517-50
1 nos
2517-50
8835-00
1 nos
8835-00
2327-50
15200-00
1 nos
1 nos
2327-50
15200-00
600-00
13 nos
7800-00
570-00
4 nos
2,280-00
11,00-00
6 nos
6600-00
570-00
1 nos
570-00
2,50,00000
2100-00
800-00
1300-00
1 nos
1 nos
1 nos
2,50,00000
2100-00
800-00
1300-00
1600-00
1 nos
1600-00
14,500-00
1 nos
14,50000
1 nos
Sno
Year
Name of the Item
Purchased
Date of
item
Purchasing
Sand pouring
cylinder
Over head tank for
above
Soil hydro meter
Consolidation
apparatus
Un confined load
frem apparatus
Venesher
apparatus
Direct shear
apparatus
Laboratory hot air
over‟s
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
Cost of
Item
No of
Items
Total
Cost
1450-00
1 nos
1450-00
5400-00
1 nos
5400-00
700-00
1 nos
42,000-00
1 nos
700-00
42,00000
58000-00
1 nos
19,900-00
1 nos
63,000-00
1 nos
11,000-00
1 nos
18000-00
900-00
5200-00
1 nos
5200-00
2100-00
7000-00
2,50,000
1 nos
1 get
1 nos
2400-00
9000-00
1 nos
1 nos
2100-00
7000-00
2,50,00000
2,400-00
9000-00
2100-00
19000-00
1 nos
1 nos
2100-00
19000-00
400-00
8000-00
1 nos
1 nos
400-00
8000-00
2900-00
2,13,45600
1 nos
60 nos
2900-00
2,13,45600
I.S test sive set
3600-00
57
58
Sieve shaller
Pedometers
18000-00
450-00
Mercury
4900-00
60
201112
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
201213
68
69
70
71
2008
Weighing balance
up to 10 kg
Dial gauge
Siva shaker parts
Total system
I.s light compaction
Sample extractor
for ucc test
Direct shear test
Sample collector for
ucc
Flexiness test
Softing point
apparatus
Cylindrical moulds
ACAD LAB,
MMTR 15” CLR
acer
20-02-12
05-04-13
09-07-13
09-07-2013
02-08-08
133
19,90000
63,00000
11,00000
1
nos/set
1 nos
2 nos
5000
grams
56
59
58000-00
3600-00
4900-00
ECE:
Year
2013-2014
Year
Name of the Item
purchased &Date
1) CRO 23-01-14
2) Function
Generator
3) VSWR Meter
4) Regulated DC
Power Supply
5) PCM Trainer
Kit
6) OFT Digital
Link Trainer
7) Optical Fiber
Laser Trainer
8) Transformer
Coupled it
9)
Transistor
Name ofCE
the
Item
Kit
purchased &Date
2012-2013 Dual Core
2013-2014 Power
Electronics
Computer
Systems
Lab
(08-09-2012)
1) 1)9 Volts
6 IntelHic8Watt
2.7
Batteries
Processor
2)01-02-2014
160 GB HDD
3) ATX Cabinet
EM-Lab
15.6 Phase
LED
1) 4)Single
Monitormeter
Dynamo
5)type
2 GB
RAM
Wattmeter
6)10-03-2014
104 Keys Key
Board
Optical
Mouse
2) 7)Single
Phase
8)Dynamometer
DVD Writer
10-03-14
2011-2012 Universal
Digital IC
Trainer Kit 14-09--------------------2011
2010-2011 ----------------2011-2012 -------------------2012-2013
2010-2011
5)
6)
7)
8)
No.of .Units
9500
9000
01
02
8500
13000
01
01
13000
01
1800
01
05
05
EE
E:
1800 of the
Cost
Item
01 No. of .Units
240
190500
30 16
72000
27000
118500
15000
7500
2209.44
4500
4750
30
30
30
30
30
02
30
30
10192
02
19200
04
--------------------- ------------------------------- -------------------------------------- ----------------
Control System Lab
1)
2)
3)
4)
Cost of the
Item
92500
27500
MBO 41 Series
Intel Chipset
CPU 2-7
Dual Core COMP
CARD
4 GB SD
250 GB
SGT/SATA
Cabinet
ATX with SMPS
RBO with Mouse
10-08-2010
134
27018
02
CSE:
135
S.NO
Name of the Item purchased
&Date
N. Computing L230
Cost of No.of .
the Item Units
2,80,700 70
20750
05
3
15.6 AOC Monitor
(20-09-13)
104 Keys TVSE Key Board 20-9-13
1450
05
4
Genius PS Mouse 20-9-13
1250
05
4250
26571
01
03
258300
90
1
Year
2013-2014
2
5
N-Computing 230
(20-9-13)
Intel I3 Processor 1-8-13
6
7
2012-2013
4 GB RAM DDR3(1-8-13)
500 GB Segate HDD(1-8-13)
8
ATX Cabinet(1-8-13)
9
10
DVD Drive(1-8-13)
12
15‟‟ 6‟ AOC LCD Monitor(17-08-13)
13
TVSE Champ Key board (17-08-13) 19390
90
14
Mouse Quantum (17-08-13)
90
15
16
61 Intel CS
(08-09-2012)
Dual Core
17
160 GB HDD
18
2011-2012
2 GB RAM
19
104 TVSE Champ Key Board
20
Mouse
21
DVD ROM
S.NO
Year
Name of the Item purchased
&Date
136
16660
43978
70
Cost of
the
Item
No.of .
Units
1
Dual Core 2.7 GHz Processor
Intel Chipset Mother Board
250 GB HDD SATA
2 GB RAM
Cabinet with ATX SMPS
LCD Monitor
Key Board Optical Mouse
307519
24
2
Dual Core 2.7 GHz Processor
160 GB HDD
1 GB RAM
19‟‟ LCD monitor
Key Board
Optical Mouse
307519
24
347836
01
2010-2011
Unified Library server
(02-01-2010)
Model ML-1250
2 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD
DVD Writer
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4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities
meet the requirements of students with physical disabilities?
The college has taken care of physically disabled students. Ramps are
provided for easy movement of wheel chairs.
4.1.5 Give details on the residential facility and various provisions
available within them:
 Hostel Facility – Accommodation available
Hostel facility is available for girls and boys.
S.No
Rooms for
No. of Rooms
Capacity
1.
Boys
31
150
2.
Girls
65
280
 Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.
Four waiting halls for girls and canteen are available
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 Computer facility including access to internet in hostel
Four Computers with internet facility available in both hostels
 Facilities for medical emergencies
A vehicle is available in the campus for medical emergencies
 Library facility in the hostels
Central library is available from 8:00a.m. to 8:00 pm every day to
facilitate hostel students.
 Internet and Wi-Fi facility
All systems in labs are connected with internet
 Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual
Equipments Available
 Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy
Constant supply of safe drinking water
 Residential facility is available for interested staff in our hostels.
Rooms are allotted exclusively for them.
Safe drinking water facility is provided for staff and students
 Security
 24hrs security is provided
4.1.6 What are the provisions made available to students and staff in
terms of health care on the campus and off the campus?
A doctor visits the institution every week. A vehicle is available
exclusively for medical emergencies.
4.1.7 Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus
–spaces for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit, Women‟s
Cell, Counseling and Career Guidance, Placement Unit, Health Centre,
Canteen, recreational spaces for staff and students, safe drinking water
facility, auditorium, etc.
All facilities are available such as Grievance and Redressal Unit and
Women‟ Cell is constituted under the supervision of experienced and eminent
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faculty. The unit and cell looks after the grievances of the boys and girls.
Training and Placement Cell looks takes care about the students career
guidance by inviting eminent faculty from industry and institution and
provides timely training and information to the students. Medical facility is
within the reach of college and hostels and regular visit of doctors twice in a
week to both the hostels. Along with the hostel canteens and general canteen
serves to the day scholars. Recreation spaces are made available for both staff
and hostel inmates such as shuttle courts, volleyball courts, Tenny-Koit
courts, Carom boards, Chess boards and so on. Safe drinking water (mineral
water) is provided through water coolers in the hostels and the campus. An
open air auditorium and state-of art seminar hostels are available.
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the
composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have
been implemented by the committee to render the library, student/user
friendly?
Yes. Library has an Advisory Committee. The composition of Library
Advisory committee is as follows:
Library Advisory committee Members:
1
Sri. P. Suresh Babu
HOD & Associate Prof,
Chairman
Dept of ECE
2
Sri. Y. Rajasekhar Reddy
HOD & Associate Prof,
Member
Dept of EEE
3
Sri. D. Pavan Kumar
Associate Prof, Dept of
Member
CSE
4
Sri. Ch. Ravi
Associate Prof, Dept of
Member
CIVIL
5
Sri. D. Gopi Chand
HOD & Assistant Prof,
Member
Dept of Mechanical
6
Sri. M. Balaswamy
Assistant Prof, Dept of
Member
MBA
7
Sri. E. Sudheer
Associate Prof, Dept of
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Member
S&H
8
Sri. T.Sridevi
Librarian
Secretary
The functions of the committee are:
 To identify the human resource requirement for library
 To assess the financial support required by the library based on the
norms and guidelines issued by AICTE.
 To serve as an interpreter of requirements of library to the committee
and authorities and thus make an appeal for more funds.
 To provide support to the librarian to defend important decisions
having implications for users.
 In developing better understanding of the role of library among users
 To ensure a functional and modular type building at a proper location
with adequate facilities
 To provide suitable and adequate furniture and equipment for the
library
 To lay down sound and healthy rules and practices for the smooth
functioning.
 To make provision for adequate library services
 To make provision for the procurement of required number of journals,
periodicals, books, news papers etc.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following:
∗ Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.): 900 Sq.Mts.
∗ Total seating capacity: 150 numbers
∗ Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination
days, during examination days, during vacation)
 Working days
- 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
 Holidays
- 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
 Before examination
- 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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 During examination
- 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
 During vacation
- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
∗Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for browsing
and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e-resources)
 Ground Floor:
 Stack Area – Arrangement is made according to the Dewey decimal
classification
 Circulation Section
 Periodical Section
 Digital Library
 Reprographic Section
 First Floor:
 Reference Section
 Back Volumes of Periodicals
 Project Reports
 Donor & Complement Section
4.2.3 How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles,
print and e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the amount
spent on procuring new books, journals and e-resources during the last
four years.
Library
holdings
2013-2014
2010-2011
Total
Cost
Number
Total
Cost
884
2,31,608
821
2,23,214
Reference
84
38,792
177
50,355
149
40,872
Books
Journals/
40
7,837
40
6,008
96
82,194
Periodical
s
Adequate 11,500 Adequate 121500 Adequate 1,15,500
e-resources
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39,390.77
96
84,035
5143
3,47,836
NIL
NIL
Text books
Any other
(specify)
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NIL
Number
Total
Cost
2011-2012
Number
Number
Total
Cost
2012-2013
2,46,823 1,004 2,85,345
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
4.2.4 Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide
maximum access to the library collection?
∗ OPAC: The Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) has been facilitated to
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the Students, Faculty and Library Staff through NewGenLib Library Server.
The users can search for availability of books and journals using the OPAC
module. This service is provided for intranet use only.
∗ Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals:
 The e-journals and N-List database are accessed through the websites of the
publisher individually. We subscribed for InfoTrac Engineering, Science &
Technology Collection (IESTC) & InfoTrac Management Collection (IMC) EJournals package through DELNET Consortium.
∗ Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases
 The online journals and database, we subscribed to DELNET and accessed
by logging on to their website. However, we use Meta search engines, which
acts as federated search engine, in catering the information.
∗ Library Website: We posted complete information about library in our
college
website
∗ In-house/remote access to e-publications
 We have the Unified Library Server (TIDAL DATA) to access e-resources; epublications are provided through intranet facility.
∗ Library automation:
 The Library System is fully automated with NewGenLib software. The software
has
multiple
features
to
support
Acquisitions,
Technical
Processing,
Circulation, Serials Management, Administration, Reports, Queries, OPAC.
∗ Total number of computers for public access
 20 computers are arranged in Digital Library for public access
∗ Total numbers of printers for public access
 1 Xerox machine(Copier/Print/Scan) for public access
∗Internet band width/ Speed 2mbps
10 mbps 
1 GB
 2 mbps band width speed for browse and download purpose.
∗ Institutional Repository
 We have the Unified Library Server (TIDAL DATA) to access e-resources are
provided through intranet facility.
∗ Content management system for e-learning:
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 NPTEL Video lessons, E-Journals, E-Books are available in Unified Library
Server which can be accessed through intranet.
∗ Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)
 We have Membership with DELNET (Developing Library Network) and we can
share the resources with them.
4.2.5 Provide details on the following items:
∗ Average number of walk-ins:
 400 walk-ins
∗ Average number of books issued/returned:
 220 issued/returned
∗ Ratio of library books to students enrolled:
 6:1 ratio books to students enrolled
∗ Average number of books added during last three years:
 2728 books added during last 3 years
∗ Average number of login to OPAC (OPAC):
 25 members login to OPAC
∗ Average number of login to e-resources:
 30 members login to e-resources
∗ Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed:
 100 copies of research articles are downloaded by the users.
∗ Number of information literacy trainings organized: 4
∗ Details of “weeding out” of books and other materials: 99
4.2.6 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library
∗ Manuscripts: NIL
∗ Reference:
 5,294 reference books are arranged in first floor, comprising of a good
collection of reference books on all subjects and books for various competitive
examinations, books on general knowledge, preparatory guides for GATE,
GRE, CAT, TOEFL, PSUs and IBPS Examinations.
∗ Reprography:
 This facility is available in the library for taking necessary print/copy/scan at
nominal cost
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∗ ILL (Inter Library Loan Service):
 This service is provides through DELNET network.
∗ Information deployment and notification:
 New arrivals will be displayed in the library and Academic notifications, Current
awareness services will be displayed in the notice boards.
∗ Download:
 The Digital Library center has the facilities to download Electronic Resources
available in the internet and data can also be downloading from various
Search Engines.
∗Printing:
 Printing services are facilitated to the library users.
∗ Reading list/ Bibliography compilation:
 The bibliography is generated through the library software NewGenLib. The
Library users can also refer the bibliography by using the online public access
catalogue (OPAC).
∗ In-house/remote access to e-resources:
 We have the Unified Library Server (TIDAL DATA) to access e-resources are
provided through intranet facility.
∗ User Orientation and awareness:
 Orientation is given to the Ist year students (fresher‟s) of the university by the
Library Staff, at the beginning of every year.
∗ Assistance in searching Databases:
 The Library staff assists the faculty and students in effectively accessing and
arching the databases.
∗ INFLIBNET/IUC facilities:
 We have membership with DELNET and we can share the resources with
them.
4.2.7 Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the
students and teachers of the college.
 Following support is provided by the Library staff:
 Excellent
Library
service
and
information
service
(right
from
issue/return of books to handling research queries).
 Providing excellent library facilities for all the students (sufficient
books, proper seating and reading facility, proper arrangement of
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books, attractive borrower‟s card, OPAC, Internet facility, cleanliness,
etc.)
 Student supported initiatives (like catering special service to rank
holders and physically challenged students; procurement of readerrecommended books etc.)
 Assistance in accessing the Internet and online information.
4.2.8 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the
visually/physically challenged persons? Give details.
 As a special case, all the physically challenged students are given
sufficient number of books and also the extended loan period for
borrowing the books.
4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it
analyzed and used for improving the library services. (What strategies
are deployed by the Library to collect feedback from users? How is the
feedback analyzed and used for further improvement of the library
services?)
 Yes. The library gets feedback (both formal and informal) from its users.
 The suggestions, complaints (critical comments) and requirements are
noted down and accordingly the actions are taken to improve the
service and facilities of the library.
 The formal feedback is analyzed using the basic statistical tools and the
result or the findings of the same are recorded. Appropriate action is
taken to sustain and improve the quality of library service and facilities.
4.3
IT Infrastructure
4.3.1. Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and
software) at the institution.
 Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number with
exact configuration of each available system)
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No of Systems in Whole Organization: 600
Configuration:
S.No
No. of computers in
campus
configuration
MOTHERBOARD : MBD 945 mercury
1
600
PROCESSOR
: CPU 1.6 Dual Core
RAM
:
HARD DISK
: 80GB to 160GB
KEYBOARD
: Keyboard 104 keys,
1 GB
Logitech
MONITOR
:15 CLR ACER
SPEED OF THE INTERNET: 10 Mbps
 Computer-student ratio UG: 1:4, P.G: 1:2
 Stand alone facility 30 systems are provided with stand alone facility
 LAN facility Yes, All computing labs are connected by UTP-5 Cable
 Wifi facility
Yes.
 Licensed software: List
S.No
Dept
List of Software‟s
1.
EEE
2.
ECE
3.
MECH
4.
CSE
SCILAB
B2SPICE
B2 SPICE
Xilinx 8.2i, 10.1
Lab VIEW 2011
DSP Lab :- Code Composer
Studio (CCS)
Auto CAD,
INVENTOR
Microsoft Office(commercial
based)- Open office(open
source)
Microsoft Windows (commercial
based) - GNU/Linux (open
source)
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Turbo C (commercial based) GCC (open source)
MASM (commercial based) NASM, FASM (commercial
based)
Operating System(commercial
based)
GNU/LINUX(commercial based
Windows millennium (OS)
Borland C++
Ubuntu
BRL CAD
SDCC
Umbrella
Centronix
5.
CIVIL
Auto CAD
 Number of nodes/ computers with Internet facility 600 Computers
4.3.2 Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the
faculty and students on the campus and off-campus?
500 computers are connected with internet. Internet service is
available for both faculty and students in the campus
4.3.3 What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
Computer systems are upgraded with latest configuration once in Three
years. Individual up gradation of the computers is taken up as per the need
and requirements of the various departments. All the computer systems in
the campus are regularly monitored by the system administrator and
maintenance staff.
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4.3.4 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
procurement, up gradation, deployment and maintenance of the
computers and their accessories in the institution (Year wise for last
four years)
SNo
Year
Estimation(Rs in
Lakhs)
1
2013-14
Rs.775945.00
2
2012-13
Rs.530360.00
3
2011-12
Rs.31489.00
4
2010-11
Rs.712746.00
4.3.5 How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources
including development and use of computer-aided teaching/ learning
materials by its staff and students?
The College has a number of ICT resources at its disposal for the
purpose of teaching staff and students. Adequate Multimedia projectors,
OHPs are available within the college for the faculty to use. The entire faculty
is encouraged to use the facilities available to them in the class rooms
4.3.6 Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning
activities and technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching learning
resources,
independent
learning,
ICT
enabled
classrooms/learning spaces etc.) by the institution place the student
at the centre of teaching-learning process and render the role of a
facilitator for the teacher.
The institution acts as a facilitator for e-learning material (NPTEL video
lectures) and the accession of online lectures of various experts from IITs,
NITs, JNTUH and Reputed institutes.
The
institution
ensures
that
students and teachers should have easy access to all the on-line teachinglearning resources, independent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/ learning
spaces. Institution is also one of the remote centers for IIT Bombay, IIT
Khargpur which provides empowerment to the young faculty.
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4.3.7 Does the Institution avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating university? If so, what
are the services availed of?
Yes, Institution connects to affiliating university server JNTU-eLAS
through 10mbps internet provided under NMEICT.
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities
4.4.1 How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and
utilization of the available financial resources for maintenance and
upkeep of the following facilities (substantiate your statements by
providing details of budget allocated during last four years)?
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
a.
Building
92,35,000/-
95,00,000/-
---
97,01,044/-
b.
Furniture
1,52,550/-
47,597/-
6,97,811/-
18,250/-
c.
Equipmen
15,21,494/-
4,42,925/-
9,91,764/-
10,45,942/-
d.
t
Computers
4,95,595/-
---
---
8,48,945/-
e.
Vehicles
12,41,157/-
---
---
---
f.
Any other
5,42,801/-
2,94,536/-
5,30,669:58
3,26,523:10
4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and
upkeep of the infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the College?
Matters concerning the maintenance of buildings and infrastructural
facilities, including cup-boards on the walls and name plates etc., the HODs
or the concerned in-charge will make a requisition to the estate officer.
Estate officer, on receiving the requisition, takes the approval of Principal or
Secretary and Correspondent and attends to the work at the earliest possible
time.
Laboratories -Maintenance & Utilization:
 Preventive maintenance is followed.
 Periodical checkups and calibration of equipment in all laboratories.
 Stock verification is being conducted in all laboratories every year.
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4.4.3How and with what frequency does the institute take up
calibration
and
other
precision
measures
for
the
equipment/
instruments?
The departments take the initiative to calibrate the precision instruments for
their optimum and assured performance, once in three years.
Faculty members take master readings once in a semester to ensure proper
working of the equipment.
4.4.4 What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and
maintenance of sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations, constant
supply of water etc.)?
The Departments take necessary steps to protect sensitive instruments from
mechanical and electrical damage, so that they render optimum and assured
performances. All these instruments are protected from voltage fluctuations
and power outages through the use of off-line and dedicated on-line UPS.
There is central power back-up through diesel generating set. Adequate
number of water reservoirs is there in place. These water reservoirs are well
maintained so that they confirm to the standards of hygiene and safety
enforced by the municipal authorities.
Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and Learning
Resources which the college would like to include.
Infrastructure highlights:
1. The college has street lamps installed on the campus.
2. The college has a vermin-composting plant as part of its „green
campus initiative‟.
3. The college has well equipped labs
4. Well established state-of-art library
5. The College has rain water harvesting sump‟s.
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CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND
PROGRESSION
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1 Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook
annually? If „yes‟, what is the information provided to students through
these documents and how does the institution ensure its commitment
and accountability?
Yes. The institution publishes College brochure every year which
comprises the information about vision and mission of the college, General
information, admission procedure and other facilities provided by the college.
The college publishes it updated prospects in the form of a quarterly
magazine (MIST NEWS) for the students. The institution commits and
accountable by giving the factual information of the academics, co-circular
activities and sports time to time
5.1.2Specify
the
type,
number
and
amount
of
institutional
scholarships / freeships given to the students during the last four
years and whether the financial aid was available and disbursed on
time?
NIL
5.1.3What percentage of students receives financial assistance from
state government, central government and other national agencies?
SC – 11.2%, ST- 6.5%, BC – 22%, EBC – 25.5%, MUSLIM – 2.2%
5.1.4 What are the specific support services/facilities available for
Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections All SC /ST students receive financial assistance in the form of tuition
fee, maintenance charges and mess charges from the Government as per the
Government regulations.
 Students with physical disabilities
Students have a provision of availing additional time, at the time of exam.
Class and examination rooms are arranged on the ground floor.
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 Overseas students –
No overseas students in the college
 Students to participate in various competitions/National and
International –
The college extends academic and technical support to students for
participating in various competitions/ conferences in India.
 Medical
assistance
insurance etc.
to
students:
health
centre,
health
–
We have first aid kit and take care about students. A doctor visits once in a
week
 Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams
Yes,
In house GATE coaching classes are conducted by experienced and
senior internal faculty. In addition to the departments provide guidance
to
their
students
preparing
for
sufficient
well
competitive
examinations
like
CAT/GRE/TOEFL.
The
college
has
stocked
library
books
for
is conducting spoken English classes and
had
CAT/GRE/TOEFL
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
 Yes, The institution
ELCS laboratory for developing communication skills
Support for “slow learners”
 Special classes are conducting for slow learners after class work.
Exposures of students to other institution of h i g h e r learning/
corporate/business house etc.
Yes, Students are encouraged and guided to participate in events organized
by other institutions. Industrial visits are arranged for the students for
practical exposure
 Publication of student magazines
 Yes the college releases student magazines quarterly. The magazine
focuses on the achievement of the students.
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5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate
entrepreneurial skills, among the students and the impact of the
efforts.
EDC cell is available in the institution. The cell is conducting business
management
classes
with
competent
internal
faculty,
to
enhance
entrepreneurial skills
5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which
promote participation of students in extracurricular and co- curricular
activities such as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debate and
discussions, cultural activities etc.
Promotion of participation of students
 Provides Sports Track Suit to students for participating in major
tournaments.
 Encourages participation in inter collegiate tournaments conducted in
Volleyball, cricket, Foot ball Athletics etc.,
 Presents merit certificates and mementoes to winners and runners in
intramural competitions for boys & girls at College Annual Sports Day
celebrations.
 Encourages participation in co-curricular activities.
 Provides TA, DA to students participating in extracurricular and co
curricular activities such as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debates,
cultural activities etc.
 additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
 Academic support is provided in respect of attendance for the students
participating in important literary, cultural or sports events outside the
college
 special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
College provides sports uniform to all the students participating in the intercollegiate/inter University events and provides dietary supplements for such
students. Special diet is provided for students in their camps.
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5.1.7 Enumerating
on the support and guidance provided to the
students in preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the
number of students appeared and qualified in various competitive
exams such as
UGC-CSIR- NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE /
TOFEL / GMAT / Central /State services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.
Large
number
of
books
on
career
guidance
and
competitive
examinations are available in Library. Every year good number of students is
securing ranks/scores in GATE/GRE/ TOEFL / PGECET examinations.
5.1.8 What type of counseling services are made available to the
students (academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)
Academic Counseling:
College has constituted a dedicated team of faculty to counsel the
students academically. There will be academic coordinators and counselors to
look after the problems faced by academically poor or irregular students.
Personal Counseling:
A dedicated team of Faculty who bestow personal care in the case of
academically low or irregular students is constituted.
A Grievance Redress Cell is constituted to look into the grievances of students
to attend their problems.
Career Counseling:
The college has comprised a dedicated team of English Faculty
exclusively for developing Soft Skills of the students. Soft Skill Training
Programmes are periodically conducted with internal resource persons and
slots are allotted in the regular time table. Students are also trained through
external corporate training agencies like, Globarena.
5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career
guidance and placement of its students? If „yes‟, detail on the services
provided to help students identify job opportunities and prepare
themselves for interview and the percentage of students selected
during campus interviews by different employers (list the employers
and the programmes).
The college has a structured mechanism for career guidance and
placements of its students.
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Campus Recruitment
Efforts are being made by the institution to improve the employability of
the students. Industries are invited to the campus to recruit students. Efforts
made by the college are given below:
Training and Placement cell
Full-fledged Training & Placement Cell of the institution comprising
T&P Officer and Departmental Coordinators. It monitors and organizes
continuously the training and placement activities. The cell regularly contacts
all relevant industries / companies and conducts placement drives.
Special Training on English Language and Communication Skills
The College conducts special training classes with the assistance of
competent English faculty on English Language and Communication Skills to
improve the communication skills of students. It also helps the students to
improve their technical presentation and interview performance skills.
Regular Training on Aptitude & Other Soft Skills
Regular training on aptitude and soft skills is provided to the students
at pre-final and final year level by the internal resource persons.
Special customized training based on Industry requirement
Industry relevant customized training is provided to final year students
before the commencement of recruitment process.
5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If
yes, list (if any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last
four years.
Yes. The redressal cell is headed by the Vice principal of the institution.
No complaints are recorded during the last four years.
The basic functions of the cell are:
 It conducts a thorough enquiry with the committee members on the
complaints received from the aggrieved students, including instances of
ragging.
 It
submits
the
enquiry
report
to
the
Principal,
with
its
recommendations on suitable penalty / punishment to be imposed.
 The Principal, on receipt of the above report, gives an opportunity to the
student(s) against whom the complaint was lodged to explain his / her
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case. The Principal will convene the College Academic Committee
meeting in this regard to decide on the measures to be taken. In special
cases the opinion of the College Management Committee will also be
taken before imposing the punishments / penalties.
5.1.11 what are the institutional provisions for resolving issues
pertaining to sexual harassment?
The college has a Women Protection Cell which addresses the
grievances of girl students regarding sexual harassment.
The basic functions of the cell are:
 The cell notifies its presence through notices and interactive sessions
and also creates awareness among the students and faculty on the
repercussion they face, if they resort to harassment of any kind.
 When a complaint is received by the cell, it conducts an enquiry to
identify the gravity of the offence.
 Based on the firsthand information and prime-facie evidence, the
committee submits its report to the Principal for further action.
5.1.12 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any)
have been reported during the last four years and what action has been
taken on these?
YES.
The College has an anti-ragging committee.
The basic functions of the cell are:
 To create self confidence and congenial environment among the newly
admitted students by way of conducting frequent interactive sessions to
clear the doubts related to academic matters, social interaction and
compatibility. Local police authorities also address the student
community
 Faculty is deputed at various locations inside the college campus to
monitor the student activities. Faculty sees that no student groups are
formed and if any are observed, the group is dispersed to avoid any
nuisance. The punishment for ragging is displayed at various places to
make the students aware of seriousness of the administration for
preventing ragging.
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 To conduct an enquiry and identify of the culprits on receipt of
complaint.
 Based on the first hand information and prime-facie evidence, the
committee submits its report to the Principal for necessary disciplinary
action. Severe punishment will be imposed on the accused, if proven.
 No ragging instances took place for the last four years in the campus
5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by
the institution.
Hygienic waiting rooms for girls and boys, Women Protection Cell,
regular study hours in the faculty in the hostels, awareness program on
personality development, yoga and meditation, merit scholarships for the
students who perform meritorious in the examinations.
5.1.14 Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If
„yes‟,
what
are
its
activities
and
major
contributions
for
institutional, academic and infrastructure development?
YES.
The institution has a registered Alumni Association. All the passed out
students of the college become members of the Alumni Association.
5.2 Student Progression
5.2.1Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher
education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight the
trends observed.
EEE:
Student progression
UG to PG
%
23.25
Not
Applicable
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
11.11
Employed
•
Campus selection
•
Other than campus recruitment
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44%
4
40
CIVIL:
Student progression
%
UG to PG
29.17
Not
Applicable
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Nil
Employed
•
Campus selection
•
Other than campus recruitment
7.13
ECE:
Student progression
%
UG to PG
40
Not
PG to M.Phil.
Applicable
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
40
•
10
Campus selection
•
Other than campus recruitment
30
MBA:
Student progression
UG to PG
%
Not Applicable
PG to M.Phil.
Nil
PG to Ph.D.
Nil
employed
•
Campus selection
72.5%
•
Other than campus
27.5%
recruitment
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CSE:
Student progression
%
30
UG to PG
Not
Nil
Applicable
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
•
Campus selection
•
Other than campus
recruitment
10
5.2.2 Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and
completion rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as
stipulated by the university)? Furnish programme-wise details in
comparison with that of the previous performance of the same
institution and that of the Colleges of the affiliating university within
the city/district.
Batch
2007-2011
2008-2012
2009-2013
2010-2014
Branch
EEE
ECE
CSE
IT
EEE
ECE
CSE
IT
CIVIL
EEE
ECE
CSE
CIVIL
EEE
ECE
CSE
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Pass %
41.66
55
62.13
60.71
58.18
63.15
61.68
46.66
60.87
70
64.36
64.17
85.36
85.36
85.08
92.68
5.2.3 How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher
level of education and/or towards employment?
 GATE/CRT classes are being conducted by our faculty
5.2.4 Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at
risk of failure and drop out?
 Remedial Classes are arranged for the students who are at risk of
failure and drop out.
 Conducting frequent Counseling by the class teachers/counselor.
 Discussions with the parents
5.3 Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1 List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular
activities available to students. Provide details of participation and
program calendar.
a)Sports & Games Facilities:
The department of Physical Education looks after the Games and
Sports activities. The department is headed by two qualified Physical
Directors and the required infrastructure is provided. One of the physical
director acts as a coach to university team. The college has well developed
playgrounds for Cricket, Volleyball, Shuttle Badminton, Football, Kho- Kho ,
Kabaddi etc.
Jntuh B zone football tournament
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Students performance at various events at national and international -karate, ball
badminton, throw ball and volleyball
Major Activities:
Organizing
inter-collegiate
tournaments
and
providing
facilities
for
conducting University team selections on the above events. The institution
hosted the Zone-B Foot ball tournament at the university level.
Intramural activities:
Intramural competitions will be conducted in the months of February &
March every year and prizes will be distributed on Sports Day function.
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b) Literary and Cultural activities:
Literary and Cultural activities pertaining to Annual day are under the
supervision of Basic Sciences and Humanities department. Annual Literary
and cultural activities are being organized every year for fifteen days during
February-March. Competitions are conducted on special occasions like
Engineers day, national voters day etc. Students of this institution got 1st
prize at state and district level competitions conducted on national voters‟
day.
Students performance on collegeday and sports day celebrations and receiving prizes and
awards
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5.3.2 Furnish the details of major student achievements in co- curricular, extracurricular and cultural
activities at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc. for the previous four
years.
The details are as follows:
2010-2011
S.NO
Name of the
student
Branch/
year
Cocurricular
Sports
/games
Bal
badminton
Bal
badminton
Bal
badminton
Bal
badminton
Bal
badminton
Extra
curri
cular
State
Zonal
National
-
State (HYd)
--
--
--
28/11/09
-
State (HYd)
--
--
--
28/11/09
-
State (HYd)
--
--
--
28/11/09
-
State (HYd)
--
--
--
28/11/09
-
State (HYd)
--
--
--
28/11/09
CH.SAMRAJYAM
I.MBA
02
K.KAVITHA
I.MBA
03
V.SOWJANYA
I.MBA
04
G.PUSHPARANI
II.MCA
05
V.ANUSHA
I.MBA
06
Y.SATISH
I.M.TECH
Hand ball
-
07
Y.NAVYA SRI
I.CSE
Hand ball
-
08
V.SRAVANTHI
I.ECE
Hand ball
-
III.CSE
KABADI
MEN
TEAM
K.KIRAN
University/
inter
university
Date
Inter
nation
nal
01
09
Cultural activities
Inter
university
Inter
university
Inter
university
Inter
university
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State (HYd)
State (HYd)
State (HYd)
Dharvada
Karnataka
university
South
zonal
South
zonal
South
zonal
South
zonal
21/01/10
21/01/10
21/01/10
28/11/10
TO
1.12.10
10
G.PUSHA RANI
III.MCA
Bal
badminton
women
SRM
university
(TM)
11
MD.RAFI
III.EEE
12
D.NIKHIL
II.EEE
DR.B.R.A.U
SRIKAKULAM
A.U VIZAG
13
Y. NAVYA SRI
II.CSE
14
MIST TEAM
15
K.RAMA
KRISHNA
REDDY
P.VENKATA
BAHNU
KRISHNA
II.CIVIL
KHO-KHO
MEM
KHO-KHO
WOMEN
TEAM
VOLLEY
BALL
WOMEN
VOLLEY
BALL
GRABBED
GOLD
MEDAL
CHESS
N PAVANI
I.CIVIL
16
17
I.ECE
11.1.11
TO
15.1.11
LNCPE.
GWALIOR .
MP
LAQSHYA
ENGG
COLLEGE
KARATE
CHAMPION
SHIP
GOLD
MEDAL
KABADI
CHAMPION
SHIP
SAAP at
jagityal
karimnagar
dt
164
3.1.11 TO
7.1.11
13.9.10
TO
18.9.10
7.11.10
TO
13.11.10
12.10.10
T.S.&S.I
at L.C.T.K
12.10.10
L.B
STADIUM
HYD
4TH 5TH
DEC
2010
28.11.10
to
1.12.10
2011-2012
Name of
S.
the
NO
student
Branch/
year
Cocurricular
Spots
/games
1
MIST TEAM
VOLLY BALL
TEAM GOLD
MEDAL
2
MD .RAFI
IV.EEE
KHO-KHO
JNTUH
3
M.K.KIRAN
IV.CSE
KABADI
TEAM JNTUH
HYD
4
U.RAJA
II.MBA
5
A.JAYA
BABU
IV.CSE
VOLLY BALL
TEAM
JNTUH HYD
4 TIMES
captainship
VOLLY BALL
TEAM
JNTUH HYD
6
K.RAMA
KRISHNA
III.CIVIL
Extra-curricular
Cultural activities
University/
inter
university
Sta
te
Zonal
MOKSHAGUNDAM
VISWESWRAYA
151 BIRTH DAY
ABVP STUDENT
ORGANIZATION
AT KHAMMAM
Natio
nal
Inter
na
tion
nal
Date
24.11.11
SOUTH
ZONAL
JAGITYAL
ALL INDIAN
INTER
UNIVERSITY
TAMIL NADU
A.I.I.U
JNTHU HYD
5.11.11
A.I.I.U
JNTUH HYD
CHESS
tournament
LAQSHYA
ENGG
165
25.11.11
7
REDDY
SUKANYA
8
MIST TEAM
II.CSE
COLLEGE
VIZAG
JUNIOR
TENNI KOIT
KHO-KHO
PYKKA
mandal level
sadasivapalem
Volley ball –b
Throw ball -g
2012-2013
01
B.SRAVAYA
III.ECE
Ball
badminton
women(ALL
INDIA
WOMEN )
Ball
badminton
women(ALL
INDIA
WOMEN )
women Throw
ball /volley
ball
02
P.MOUNIKA
III.ECE
03
MIST TEAM
04
K.RAMA
KIRSHNA
REDDY
IV.CIVIL
CHESS
05
JAYA BABU
I.MTECH
(CSE
VOLLEY BALL
tournament
NIT
WARANGAL
12.12.12
TO
15.12.12
NIT
WARANGAL
12.12.12
TO
15.12.12
Jntuh inter
college at B
zone
tournament
5th &6th
Jan
2013
RANKET
AP STATE
MANS
GUNTUR
SRM
university
in Chennai
166
16.10.12
TO
17.10.12
12.12.12
to
15.12.12
2013-2014
1
G.CHANDRA III.CIVIL
SEKHAR
34 KBI
KARATE gold
medal
Black belt
34 KBI
champi
on ship
(Hyd)
2
B.SRAVYA
IV.ECE
BALL
BADMINTON
Dravidian
university
1st to 5th
Feb 14
3
P.MOUNIKA
IV.ECE
BALL
BADMINTON
Dravidian
university
1st to 5th
Feb 14
4
J.SAI
KUMAR
IIMBA
5
P.VENKATA
BHUNU
KRISHNA
IV.ECE
6
B.SATESH
KUMAR
IV.ECE
KARATE
champion
ship KATA
GOLD MEDAL
TENNIKOIT
7
D.AJAY
KUMAR
IV.ECE
TENNIKOIT
SET COM
Khammam Dist
PJR
INDOOR
stadium
HYd
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20.12.13
11th .to
.14th
2013
21, 22
Dec
2013
32& INTER
District AP
GOVT HIGH
SCHOOL
SEC.BAD
9 TO 12
OCT
2013
32& INTER
District AP
GOVT HIGH
SCHOOL
SEC.BAD
9 TO 12
OCT
2013
8
L SIRISHA
III.CSE
TENNIKOIT
9
M.MOUNIKA
III.CSE
TENNIKOIT
10
J.SAI
KUMAR
II.MBA
11
M.D.T.L
NAIDU
12
P.V.BHUNU
KRISHNA
32& INTER
District AP
GOVT HIGH
SCHOOL
SEC.BAD
32& INTER
District AP
GOVT HIGH
SCHOOL
SEC.BAD
MAGIC SHOW
SETCOM YOUT
SERVICE IN
SATHYUPALLY
KALABHARATHI
9 TO 12
OCT
2013
10Sept
2013
DISTRICT
LEVEL
EDUCATION
COMPETETI
ON
SATHUPALLY
IV .ECE
9 TO 12
OCT
2013
KATTE
Bronze
medal at
vanaparti
mahaboob
nagar Dist
13 Mist team
Foot ball
JNTUH HYD
Inter
collegiate –
SATHUPALLY
SRI.P VEERA RAGHAVAIAH Physical Director, has appointed as JNTUH men ball badminton team Coach and Manager
10 Sept
2013
KARATE
OPEN
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22,23
FEB 14
5.3.3 How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its
graduates and employers, to improve the performance and quality of
the institutional provisions?
The Exit feedback is taken from all the outgoing students every year
seeking their opinion on the instructions and delivery, infrastructural facilities,
library facilities, computing facilities, games & sports facilities, training
facilities, support to placement activity, etc. The feedback of the students is
compiled and all the suggestions made by the students are taking into
consideration for effective improvements
5.3.4 How does the college involve and encourage students to publish
materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other
material? List the publications/ materials brought out by the students
during the previous four academic sessions.
Students are given the required motivation and conceptual help for
preparing technical papers at National level paper contests and financial
support is provided as per norms.
5.3.5Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give
details on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
Yes. Each department have departmental student association cell. In
addition to the departmental associations, the student chapters of IETE, ISTE
also exist.
5.3.6 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them.
Taking cognizance of important role of students in different academic
and administrative activities, students are nominated as members of various
committees.
Academic Bodies
Class Monitoring Committee
Administrative Bodies
Anti ragging committee
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Women protection cell
Hostel Committee
Teachers‟ day, Engineers day, Technical Fest (Y-Brain), Annual Sports and
College day committees.
Student chapters of IETE, ISTE etc
5.3.7 How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumni
and former faculty of the Institution. Any other relevant information
regarding Student Support and Progression which the college would like to
include.
a) Network with the Alumni:
The departments seek the opinion / suggestions of alumni on various
developmental activities by sending mails to them and requesting them to fill
the pro forma supplied in this regard. An alumni portal is created in the college
website for better interaction between the college and alumni. Alumni groups
are maintained in social websites for the interaction among alumni
b) Network with the Former Faculty Members:
This college is immense happy that the faculty who has left the college
maintain good rapport and cherish their association with this college and they
are invited to all the important functions of the college, further they respond
favorably to the academic activities to which they are invited. The department
invites the former senior faculty to deliver guest lectures.
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CRITERION VI : GOVERNANCE, LEADER SHIP
AND MANAGEMENT
6.1. Institutional Vision and Leadership
6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the Institution and enumerate on
how
the
mission
statement
defines
the
institution‟s
distinctive
characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society, the
students it seeks to serve, institution‟s traditions and value orientations,
vision for the future, etc.?
VISION
 To attain the autonomous status
MISSION
 To inculcate the quality education, flexibility in the curriculum, proper
training and excellence in teaching will transform the students, deserve
to serve the needs of industry and society
Vision for the future:

To sustain accreditation at National / International level.

To become an autonomous institution
to offer Industry specific
programs for the students
6.1.2 What is the role of top management, Principal and Faculty in design
and implementation of its quality policy and plans?
The college is governed by the MCM Educational Society. The college is
constituted with good quality policy and plans. The management is always
interested in executing the policy matters. The principal and faculty constantly
give their support for designing and proper implementation of the quality policy
and plans.
The college management provides congenial environment to execute the
works in a smooth way. The Secretary and Correspondent of the college
conduct the meeting frequently with the Principal and the college staff to
discuss the policy matters and their implementations. The Principal ensures
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that all provisions of the University bye-laws, the statutes and the regulations
are observed without fail. He also convenes meetings with the College Academic
Committee.
The College Management Committee (CMC) comprises management
members and also faculty members to discuss the roles of CAC academic
aspects and monitor the necessary strategies and plans to maintain the quality
of education. The Members of the Management, Secretary and Correspondent,
Principal and other members maintain a consistent relation with all the faculty
members to express their views and ideas. The Principal provides academic
leadership with the association of Heads of the Departments and faculty
evolves strategies for academic growth. The faculty is also involved in decisionmaking process. The proposals of the faculty are submitted to the College
Managing Committee and the Management arrives at suitable decisions for
implementation. Decided teams are committed to constantly work for the
student‟s continual improvement to focus and retain knowledgeable creative
motivated and highly skilled individuals whose leadership and contributions
uphold the college tenets of education, creativity, research and responsible
public services and to provide quality assurance
6.1.3 What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring?
 The policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of the stated
mission
 Formulation of action plans for all operations and incorporation of the
same into the institutional strategic plan
 Regular interaction with parents for taking necessary inputs
 Adequate support for policy and planning through need analysis, research
inputs and consultations with the stakeholders. Reinforcing the culture of
excellence in organizational change.
 The Principal invites stakeholders for discussion on various institutional
issues. After getting feedback he prepares the action plan with the help of
the members of College Academic Committee and faculty before the
outlines of a policy is drawn.
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6.1.4 What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor and
evaluate policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation
and improvement from time to time?
The Academic committee plays a major role in monitoring and evaluating
policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation and
improvement from time to time by conducting several meetings, discussions
and open seminars with stakeholders.
6.1.5 Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by
the top management?
 The principal and the HODs under the guidance of the management
furnish the authority to the faculty to ensure the proper conduction of
classes, internal exams, discipline in the campus and conducting co
curricular and extracurricular activities.
 Management and the top Management will provide adequate freedom to
the faculty for strengthening teaching–learning process, academic
advancement, nurturing multifaceted talent in students.
 Faculty will be at liberty to formulate plans for supporting poor learners,
preparing required learning material, organizing various programs for
curricular
and
extracurricular
abilities,
encouraging
enthusiastic
learners for professional competency, designing new experimental set up
in laboratories, taking up in house R and D projects.
 The freedom of action will motivate the faculty for creative and innovative
practices, coordination and team work.
6.1.6
How
does
the
college
groom
leadership
at
various
levels?
Committees:
The college grooms leadership by discussing issues with the teaching and
non-teaching staff as well as the students. Decentralization of work at different
levels incorporating the committees and involving all the faculty and students.
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6.1.7 How does the college delegate authority and provide operational
autonomy to the departments / units of the institution and work towards
decentralized governance system?
The Top management delegates authority to the Principal who distributes
administrative control to
(a) HODs – smooth conduction of the classes and other activities.
(b) O.S – Maintaining the administrative system and financial accounts of the
institute.
(c) Librarian – holds the responsibility of distributing the books evenly among
the students and staff and maintaining the records of past academic activity
and purchasing new books and journals based on the needs of the faculty and
students coping to the new trends and technology.
(d) Physical Director – Conduction of sports and games to the students leading
them to healthy.
(e) Estate Officer – Maintaining the infrastructure facilities existing and
planning for the new facilities to upgrade the institutional image.
6.1.8 Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If
„yes‟, indicate the levels of participative management.
YES
The Institution has participative management in the order: College
Management
Committee,
Governing
Body,
Chairman
/
Secretary
&
Correspondent, Principal, Vice-Principal, HODs... etc. The CMC conducts
meetings once in a month to take stock of academic, administrative and
maintenance and developmental activities to implement the policies and also to
suggest measures / make recommendations to the Governing Body for better
action in the respective areas. Secretary & Correspondent will communicate
the resolutions to the Principal for better implementation.
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6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment
6.2.1 Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How is it
developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
YES. The institution has a formally stated quality policy. College
Academic Committee go insight all the aspects to be developed and deployed.
This committee conducts regular meetings on the quality policy and makes
ensure whether the plans are being executed or not. Thereby the matters will
be reviewed to implement them properly.
6.2.2 Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so,
give the aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
To arrive at the specified target, management seeks the information from
all stakeholders, observers and evaluates the best practices and strives for
excellence. In line to the views of the society, college determines the desired
infrastructure for academic advancement, bringing excellence into the activities
and allocates budget accordingly.
 Development of e-learning materials
 Industry specific projects.
6.2.3 Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making
processes.
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 Chairman / Correspondent advise the Management and Principal on
academic, administrative and developmental activities by keeping space
with the latest trends in education. He shall be an active experienced person
having distinguished in academic and administrative work.
 Chairman/ Secretary& Correspondent are the functional head of the college.
They mainly focus on the academics, development of education, and growth
of the institutions and can cause any action to be initiated which is required
in his opinion for the promotion of the above subject to ratification by the
Governing Bodies.
 The Principal is the chief academic administrator and a liaison between the
Management, Staff and Students.
 Vice Principal officiates the Principal‟s responsibilities in the latter‟s absence
and carries out specific duties.
 HOD is responsible for the functioning of the Department as per the laid
down policies of the college.
 The In charges of various sections will be guided by the policies of the
college in the matters that come under their purview.
6.2.4 Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of
the institution for each of the following
 Teaching & Learning
 Community engagement
 Human resource management
 Industry interaction
Teaching & Learning:
 Provision of State-of-art learning resources in Central Library and
Department Libraries
 Ergonomically designed classrooms
 Provision of e-classrooms
 Development of student support material
 Organization of Remedial classes
 Delivery of Add-on-courses
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 Conducting pre-placement training classes and campus connect program
 Conducting GATE/GRE coaching classes
 Structured course files and lab manuals on all courses
 Academic audit
 Continuous improvement of resources
Community Engagement
 NSS activities
 Blood Donation Camps
 Free medical camps
Human Resource Management
 Transparent policy document
 Transparent and scientific way of selections
 Imparting related training
 Formulation and communication of policies of the college
 Support for academic advancement
 Systematic promotion policies
 Democratic way of administration with participative management
Industry interaction
 Organization of industrial visits
 Deputing faculty and staff for industrial training
 Guest lectures by the experts from industry
 MoUs with industry
6.2.5 How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate
information (from feedback and personal contacts etc.) is available for the
top management and the stakeholders, to review the activities of the
institution?
The management and head of the institution are always in interactive
mode with each other. The head of the institution and Chairman of
Management Committee obtain the feedback from parents, alumni, industry,
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teachers, students and the public with regards to the teaching quality,
curriculum, extracurricular activities and infrastructural demands. During the
meeting with the Secretary, the College Academic Committee discussed the
information gathered from different sources along with the members. After
thorough discussion and deliberations the existing facilities and activities of
the institution are reviewed.
6.2.6 How does the management encourage and support involvement of
the staff in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional
processes?
The Management always interacts with its staff regularly for the
betterment of the institution. The institution will consider the staff members‟
suggestion and encourages them. If the suggestion is qualitative, they will
consider it for decision making. After making the decision, they will constitute
separate committees to implement and make those things right. In order to
encourage the faculty, the management provides incentives for scoring the best
results (more than 98%) in the corresponding subject. HODs are also provided
incentives for the excellent pass results in section wise. Thus, the management
encourages and supports the involvement of the staff in improving the
effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional process.
6.2.7 Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council in the
last year and the status of implementation of such resolutions.
The resolutions made by the management council in the last year:Year
Resolution (Proposal )
2010-2011
Unanimously
decided
to
purchase two new buses for
the transport of the students
to the college on 1-10-2010
2013-2014
Implementation
The
decision
has
been
implemented immediately by
purchasing the two buses. One
on 18-11-2010 and Second one
on 02-08-2011
Resolve to start the work for The resolution is implemented
construction of Mechanical immediately from 20-06-2013
Workshop immediately on
19-05-2013
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6.2.8 Does the affiliating university make a provision for according the
status of autonomy to an affiliated institution? If „yes‟, what are the
efforts made by the institution in obtaining autonomy?
YES.
The efforts made by the Institution in obtaining autonomy: More than 75% of our staff is ratified by the JNTUH, Hyderabad.
 The College has Permanent Affiliation

Applying for autonomous to UGC

The Institution is going through prestigious NAAC accreditation process.
After successful completion of NAAC accreditation strives for getting
autonomy as a next step in the improvement process.
6.2.9 How does the Institution ensure that grievances / complaints are
promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to
analyze the nature of grievances for promoting better stakeholder
relationship?
College constituted various committees for Grievance Redressed Cell in
the college. All the queries related to grievance are solved with in short period
of time by the committee. It solves the complaint or problem by implementing
appropriate action against them. In addition to this there are:
 Students counseling / mentoring Committee: All minor problems related
to students will be solved with in this committee itself.
 Classrooms monitoring Committee: Faculty in charges is used to visit
the classes and monitors the problems related to the classrooms.
6.2.10
During the last four years, had there been any instances of
court cases filed by and against the institute? Provide details on the
issues and decisions of the courts on these?
No.
6.2.11
Does the Institution have a mechanism for analyzing student
feedback on institutional performance? If „yes‟, what was the
outcome and response of the institution to such an effort?
College obtains feedback in several ways:
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 Students‟ feedback
 Exit feedback
College takes student feedback twice in a semester one in the middle of the
semester and the second at the end of semester. Based upon the faculty‟s
feedback, HOD and Principal will take necessary follow up action on him/her.
The College Academic Committee forwards the requisites for the institution to
the management .After discussed with Principal and concerned HODs, decision
will be taken.
The outcome and response of the Institution depending on the feedback:
 The institution provided the Digital Library and the Library hours are
extended.
 Provided the Free transportation for students and staff.
 Internet facility.
 Extra classes for slow learners.
6.3
Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1 What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the
professional development of its teaching and non teaching staff?
 Sponsoring Faculty & Staff for higher education
 Sponsoring Faculty & Staff for attending workshops, conferences and
FDPs at national and international level by granting academic leave.
 Organizing skill development programs.
 Organizing
various
professional
development
activities
under
IIT
BOMBAY and IIT KHARAGPUR as Remote Centre
 Encouraging faculty to deliver guest lecturers outside.
6.3.2 What are the strategies adopted by the institution for faculty
empowerment through training, retraining and motivating the
employees for the roles and responsibility they perform?
 Training for newly joined faculty by the senior faculty of the
organization.
 Guest lecturers to faculty by external subject experts
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 Cash incentives for the faculty who obtain more than 98% pass
results
 In retraining, poor feedback faculty has to attend classes given by
senior faculty.
6.3.3 Provide details on the performance appraisal system of the staff to
evaluate and ensure that information on multiple activities is
appropriately captured and considered for better appraisal.
The staff performance appraisal is evaluated depending on:
 Student Feedback
 Academic Contributions (results)
 Teacher‟s attitude, commitment and achievement with regard to
his/her non teaching duties
 R & D which also includes publication of papers, books, funding
projects, etc.
 HOD Remarks
 Principal Remarks
6.3.4 What is the outcome of the review of the performance appraisal
reports by the management and the major decisions taken? How are they
communicated to the appropriate stakeholders?
 Review of the performance appraisal by Principal for suitable suggestions
and remedial suggestion.
 Review of the reports and following actions by the CMC to concerned
Faculty, providing support and guidance for improvement
 Guidance to Junior Faculty by the expert senior faculty of the same
subject.
 The recommendations of CMC on performance appraisal will be
submitted to the board of governors through Governing Body meeting.
6.3.5 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non
teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such
schemes in the last four years?
 Sanctioned EPF is Rs.1800/- per month.
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 Transport Facilities: Free Transport facility is available for faculty and
staff of all the departments.
 Summer vacation is provided.
 Medical Leaves are provided.
6.3.6 What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
 Cash Incentives are provided for Faculty academic excellence in every
semester.
 Half Pay Leaves are provided for ratified faculty
 Less work load to the eminent faculty and they are exposed more for
R&D work.
6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of available financial resources?

Institution has well defined mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of available resources. College obtains proposals from
concerned departments in which all the teaching and non-teaching
members of the department involve. College receives the desirable
infrastructural facilities required by the departments. After assessing the
projected income for an academic year, college allocates budget to each
department. While doing so through discussion will be made in CMC for
prioritizing and transparency.

Purchases will be made with the recommendations of duly
constituted purchase committee. The amounts withdrawn from the
banks will follow a systematic mechanism of obtaining the signatures of
the cashier, AO, Principal, Secretary & Correspondent and Chairman. In
this process the expenditure will be identified for budgeted one. In case
of out of budget expenditure, ratification will be done in a special meeting
conducted. In every CMC meeting, Principal presents the Income and
Expenditure details. Expenditure pertaining development of education,
infrastructural development in future.
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6.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for internal and external
audit? When was the last audit done and what are the major audit
objections? Provide the details on compliance.
Every year, an internal audit is conducted. After thorough verification,
committees will submit their reports to the principal for necessary follow up
action. College accounts will be audited by the qualified chartered accountants.
No major audit objections are identified.
6.4.3 What are the major sources of institutional receipts/funding and
how is the deficit managed? Provide audited income and expenditure
statement of academic and administrative activities of the previous four
years and the reserve fund / corpus available with Institutions, if any.
Major Sources of Income:
Tuition fee
Term Loan from Banks and Promoter Society
Details
2013-14
Income
Spent
2011-2012
2010-2011
4,99,32,998/- 5,16,03,911/- 4,23,94,095:44
for
Audit is in
2,46,05,698/- 2,88,71,456/- 1,74,47,082/-
process
Academic
Spent
2012-2013
for
85,38,281:66
76,79,807:76
70,64,596:43
Administration
6.4.4 Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing
additional funding and the utilization of the same (if any).
College applied for Seminar grants and MODROBS schemes of AICTE. College
received Rs.2,00,000/- seminar grant. The college received more than
10,00,000 and 1,00,000/- organizing remote centre activities of IIT Bombay
and IIT Kharagpur.
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6.5
Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)
6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
a) Has the institution established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC)? If „yes‟, what is the institutional policy with regard to quality
assurance and how has it contributed in institutionalizing the quality
assurance processes?
YES.
The Institute has established the Internal Quality Assurance Cell recently
with the following composition.
IQAC Committee
 Chair Person : Principal of the College
 Co-Chair Person :Vice Principal of the College
 Convener : HODs of the College
The policy of the institution with regard to quality assurance is:
 Fixing quality parameters for various academic and administrative
activities.
 Monitoring the organization of class work and related academic activities.
 Conducting Internal Quality Audits periodically to verify the effectiveness
of measures taken in reaching the quality parameters.
 Documenting various programs / academic activities leading to quality
improvement and reviewing their effectiveness in quality improvement.
b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
management/authorities for implementation and how many of them were
actually implemented?
 All the decisions of the IQAC were approved by management for
implementation and 90% of them were actually implemented.
c. Does the IQAC have external members on its committee? If so, mention
any significant contribution made by them.
YES.
The following suggestions of the external members of IQAC have been
implemented.
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 Conduct
faculty
enablement
programs
in
collaboration
with
WIPRO(MISSION 10X Program)
d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning of
the IQAC?
 The student members of Class Monitoring Committees offer their
observations / views for enhancing teaching – learning process and
conduct of various co-curricular / extra-curricular activities in the
institute.
 Alumni are active and productive in analyzing the requirements of
external environment and attributes of the other colleagues and
communicating the remedial measures to be taken up at institution level.
e. How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?
 The IQAC constituted different sub committees in which most of the staff
members are involved in formulating and executing the decisions of
IQAC. The decisions of IQAC are widely communicated to staff members
through circulars / notices.
6.5.2 Does the institution have an integrated framework for Quality
assurance of the academic and administrative activities? If „yes‟, give
details on its operationalisation.
YES.
The administration is decentralized and is effectively carried out as per
quality policy in line with the suggestions of IQAC.
6.5.3 Does the institution provide training to its staff for effective
implementation of the Quality assurance procedures? If „yes‟, give details
enumerating its impact.
YES.
 Faculty is being deputed to various training programs related to quality
assurance procedures and standards.
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6.5.4 Does the institution undertake Academic Audit or other external
review of the academic provisions? If „yes‟, how are the outcomes used to
improve the institutional activities?
YES.
Academic audit is conducted on the following:
 Course files and lab manuals
 Students attendance twice in a month
 Internal Exam Marks
 Semester Internal Marks
 Semester end exam marks
 Semester wise performance.
 Faculty development programmes and their impact on teaching –learning
process.
 Training programmes to students.
 Co-curricular / extra-curricular activities.
Based on the report of internal academic audit, the courses of actions
/ measures being followed are reviewed and suitable remedial measures will be
taken.
6.5.5 How is the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality assurance agencies /
regulatory authorities?
 The internal quality assurance mechanisms are designed keeping in the
requirements of various accreditation bodies like NAAC, NBA, and ISO
etc.
6.5.6 What institutional mechanisms are in place to continuously review
the
teaching
learning
process?
Give
details
of
its
structure,
methodologies of operations and outcome?
The following points are considered for formulating the policies on
Teaching - Learning Process
 The inter semester and end semester feedbacks on all the subjects are
taken from the students in every semester.
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 The feedback is analyzed and evaluated on the scale of 100 and every
teacher is provided with a copy of feedback for making necessary
improvement. Further, teachers are counseled by the head of the
department, Principal and Secretary & Correspondent if required.
 The administration also receives the feedback by interacting with a
selected group of students from each class.
 Monitoring is also done through class monitoring committees (CMCs) to
assess the uniformity in syllabus coverage, and also the quality of
teaching.
 Annual review meetings are conducted to evaluate the knowledge and
ability of the faculty to teach the curriculum subjects by external
experts.
 The quality of course material and assignments prepared by the faculty
are assessed internally and suitable suggestions for enriching the course
materials and assignments are given by the senior faculty of the
departments.
 New / creative assignments are prepared every year in all the subjects.
Evaluation Procedures & Feedback
The evaluation of faculty by the students through feedback forms is done
twice in a semester. This feedback is analyzed and appropriate suggestions are
given to the faculty by the HOD and the Principal to rectify the short comings
by the faculty.
 The feedback mainly focuses on the various teaching skills of the faculty
members like:
Uniformity in syllabus coverage, Preparation for the class, Content
of the lecture, explanation, Delivery of the lecture, the voice clarity,
Usage of the blackboard ,Questions and Discussions, Creation of interest
in the subject, Coverage of latest developments, Punctuality to the class,
class control, Fairness in assessment, Presentation, Communication,
Knowledge, Innovative practices and laboratory work.
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 The heads of the Department interact with few students of each class
and receive the feedback on the teachers about the effectiveness of their
classes and learning material provided.
 Performance and self-appraisals are taken from the faculty at the end of
every academic year and their performance is evaluated. Based on the
evaluation report faculty are counseled or penalized.
Syllabus:
 JNTUH prescribed syllabus will be followed.
 Additional content shall be given on the skills in demand for
employment.
Academic Calendar:
Number of instructional days, contact hours per week to be followed as
directed by JNTUH.
 Additional teaching hours for the extra content shall be arranged after
normal contact hours.
6.5.7 How does the institution communicate its quality assurance
policies, mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and external
stakeholders?
The institution communicates its quality assurance policies, mechanisms
and outcomes through the college publications and website.
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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST
PRACTICES
7.1 Environment Consciousness
7.1.1 Does the Institute conduct a Green Audit of its campus and
facilities?
YES
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus ecofriendly?
 Energy conservation
Effective utilization of Solar Energy in process
 Use of renewable energy
Solar Energy implementation in process
 Water harvesting
Yes
 Check dam construction
No
 Efforts for Carbon neutrality
Planting trees
 Plantation
Yes
 Hazardous waste management
Disposal by Placing bins in organization
 e-waste management
Some of them used as Models for future reference or used in workshops.
7.2 Innovations
7.2.1
Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years
which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the college.
Sufficient supply of water in summer season also available
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7.3 Best Practices
7.3.1 The Teaching and Learning Process
Today teachers are not the only source of information and in this context
they need to redefine their roles. That means lecture method has to be
downplayed and efforts have to be made to involve all the students, particularly
the brighter ones who can play the role of teaching assistants and studentmentors. But that requires a lot of creativity and attitudinal and structural
changes as the students rightly point out.
We at MIST help our students understand engineering concepts and go
beyond the knowledge level to higher levels of thinking. We help them to apply,
analyze, and synthesize, to create new knowledge, and solve new problems. So,
we recognized our challenge to go beyond knowledge about effective teaching.
We apply these strategies, analyze what works, and take action to modify or
synthesize the learning to help the students learn in a way that works for
individuals and teams of teachers.
The learning community consists of both students and teachers.
Students benefit from effective teaching and learning strategies inside and
outside the classroom. Helping students learning is the challenge to the
teachers. Identifying effective teaching strategies, therefore, is the challenge to
assess the effectiveness of the current teaching style and consider innovative
ways to improve the teaching to match the students' learning styles.
The idea of innovative Teaching and Learning process at MIST is to
encourage students to go beyond bookish theory, experiment with the
fundamentals in laboratories, and engage in research work, thereby gaining
hands on experience of the subject matter and to put in practice the things
learned in the classroom sessions thereby the students not only “LEARN IT,
BUT ALSO APPLY IT” The novel teaching and learning methodology has been
broadly classified under two major categories namely formal education delivery
and informal education delivery. The formal education delivery is followed by
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most of the institutions. The difference is the incorporation of informal
education delivery which is divided into sub categories as:
Group Assignments: 5 to 6 students are identified as a group. Each group will
comprise of 2 averages, 2 weak and 1 intelligent student. These students shall
present their assignments in the form of presentations, group discussions and
role plays.
Formation of various committees: Placement committee, publication and
press committee, event handling committee, alumni committee, etc.
7.3.2 Infrastructure
MIST campus spread over 30 acres of serene and natural surroundings
with plenty of greenery. Fully equipped laboratories with the state-of-the art
equipment, laboratories well supported by qualified and experience technical
staff, 24/7 internet facility, excellent cafeteria, mineral water plant, two
wheeler parking, all weather approach roads (black top roads), communication
and soft skills lab, UPS backup facility for all the computer labs, girls waiting
halls in each building and reprographic facilities, free transport facility, solar
water plant, stationary shop, sports facility in the campus, state-of art seminar
halls.
Physical Facilities
Bus facility is being provided by the college at free of cost from Sattupally
and surrounding places to college. This will reduce the time of travel and the
haggle of waiting and benefit the students hailing from surrounding places.
A fully furnished canteen caters the needs of all students and staff. It
provides good quality of food. The canteen offers food at reasonable price. This
facility starts at morning 8‟0 clock and remains open till the college is closed. It
is very much comfortable and the services are utilized more during the break
period and lunch time. The food is prepared hygienically on subsidized rates. It
serves best to the students.
Excellent Hostel facilities for both Boys and Girls are being provided from
the inception of the college with an accommodation for about 446 students.
The hostels are situated at the adjoining property to the college and are
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provided with all modern facilities including solar water heating systems for the
convenience of hostellers. The hostels have a modern kitchen and dining hall
and also recreation area for viewing TV and reading newspapers / magazines.
The students can make use of the excellent sporting facilities provided in the
campus and can relax in the beautifully landscaped garden in the college
campus.
A well furnished seminar halls with a seating capacity of 250 each, with
ultra modern facilities like hands free LCD Projector, Audio Visual equipment
etc,
to conduct academic programs like seminars, workshops, symposiums
and etc.
Library: Mother Teresa Institute of Science and Technology central Library
encourages every student to use the library that has been carefully built up
since the inception of the college. The Library is well established in a built up
area of 900 sq.m with the seating capacity of 150 students. It has about 21729
Volumes and about 1218 back volumes periodicals. The Library, at present,
caters to the needs of under graduate, post graduate students and staff of the
institution. The Library has over 5294 Volumes in the reference section that
support the activities of research and development wing of the college. The
library follows the open access system, encouraging the user to browse freely in
the stock area. Central Library extends it services to the students in the way of
department libraries. Standard text books and books by authors of repute in all
the fields of Engineering and sciences are stocked. Thus, students are not
likely to be handicapped for want of reference materials at any time. Digital
Library is well equipped with 20 systems for using the CD's like GRE, GMAT,
and TOEFL etc. Two systems are provided for Housekeeping purpose and
maintaining Library Database. The Institutional Library is a member of
DELNET. (Developing Library Network, New Delhi) The Library can access 4739
libraries of bibliographic databases of books, and periodicals through online
throughout the nation. DELNET is very much useful to students and faculty
members who would like to expose themselves to thrust areas and enrich their
knowledge in the respective areas of Engineering.
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Maintenance of Campus Facilities: All the facilities at the campus are
maintained regularly by the well experienced and trained permanent
contingency staff.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department: CIVIL ENGINEERING.
2.
Year of Establishment: 2009.
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):
UG: Bachelor of Technology and PG: Master of Technology.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 English
 Mathematics-1
 Engineering Mechanics
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Computer Programming & Data Structures
 Engineering Drawing
 Computer Programming Lab
 Engineering Physics and Engineering chemistry Lab
 English language Communication Skills Lab
 Engineering Workshop/ IT Workshop
 Mathematics-III
 Electrical and Electronics Engineering
 Management Science
 Environmental Studies
 Probability and Statistics
 Environmental Engineering
 Environmental Engineering Lab
 Managerial Economics And Financial Accounting
 Fluid Mechanics
 Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Machinery Lab
 Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery
 Computer Oriented Numerical Methods
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5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
UG
PG
B.Tech
I
year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
I-I
I-II
II-I
II-II
-
-
-
22
22
22
22
-
-
-
M.Tech
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
7.
S No
course
Branch
Year &
Sem
1
B.Tech
Mining
III-1
Mine Surveying-I
2
B.Tech
Mining
III-1
Mine Surveying-I Lab
3
B.Tech
Mining
III-II
Mine Surveying-II
4
B.Tech
Mining
III-II
Mine Surveying-II Lab
5
B.Tech
Mech
II-I
Mechanics of Solids
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
8.
SUBJECT
NIL
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NIL
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9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
01
01
Associate Professors
02
02
Asst. Professors
14
14
Professors
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization Experience
K. Srinivas
M.E.
Professor
K. Vijaya
Lakshmi
M.Tech
Assoc. Prof
Ch. Ravi
M.Tech
Assoc. Prof
M. Srinivas
Rao
M.Tech
M.S. Chenna
Kesava Rao
Y. Sombabu
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
Asst. Prof
Asst. Prof
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
K.Rama
Krishna
Reddy
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
P. Suresh
M.Tech
Asst. Prof
N.V.N
Prabath
K. Ratna
Reddy
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Structural
Engineering
with Computer
Applications
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
22
21
9
2
3 years
1.5 years
1.5 years
0.5 years
1.5 years
3
Name
B.N.S.N
Murthy
Babu
G. Shiny
Priyanka
Qualification Designation Specialization Experience
M.Tech
Asst. Prof
M.Tech
Asst. Prof
J. Praveen
M.Tech
Asst. Prof
B. Srinivasa
Rao
B.Tech
Asst. Prof
M. Nagaraju
B.Tech
Asst. Prof
Y. Aparna
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
B.Tech
(M.Tech )
Asst. Prof
D. Laxmi
Prasanna
11. List of senior visiting faculty
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Civil
Engineering
Civil
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
CIVIL/
Structural
Engineering
3
1
3
10
0.5 years
0.5 years
0.5 years
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes and led
(programme wise)by temporary faculty:
100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
PG:
1:12
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: 07
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG:
8
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NIL
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19. Publications: NIL
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(National/International) by faculty and students:
∗
NIL
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg:
Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
20.
∗
Monographs
NIL
∗
Chapter in Books
NIL
∗
Books Edited
NIL
∗
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
Publishers
NIL
∗
Citation Index
∗
SNIP
NIL
∗
SJR
NIL
∗
Impact factor
NIL
∗
h-index
NIL
Areas of consultancy and income generated: 02
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards:
NIL
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter departmental/programme:
NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 100%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
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department : NIL
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding
a) National : NIL
b)International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Application
Selected
Course/programme
s received
(refer question no. 4)
Enrolled
*M
*F
Pass
percentage
B.Tech. civil Engineering
94
94
58
36
M.Tech. structural
engineering
34
34
27
07
% of
students
from the
same state
% of students
from other
States
% of
students
from
abroad
B.Tech. Civil Engineering
100
00
00
M.Tech. Structural
Engineering
100
00
00
*M = Male *F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
Gate – 1, PGECET – 10
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29. Student progression
Student progression
Against %
enrolled
UG to PG
39%
PG to M.Phil.
-
PG to Ph.D.
-
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
-
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
01
Entrepreneurship/Self- Employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central and Departmental Libraries are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: 01 Room Available
d) Laboratories: 09 Available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
B.Tech 57, M.Tech 19
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops /seminar) with external experts
06
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
 Group discussions
 Case-study
 Motivating to access latest online journals, reference materials and help
them to understand the emerging trends in their field of study
 Providing opportunities to develop their creativity by organizing
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 intercollegiate as well as national level cultural, literary, technical and
sports competitions
 Organizing industry visits for showing practical implementation of
theoretical study.
 100% industry projects
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
Activities
S.No
Year
1
2010
2
2011
3
2012
4
2012
5
2013
6
2013
Name of the
Activity
NSS Special
Camp
Blood Donation
Camp
NSS Special
Camp
Road Safety
Week
Blood Donation
Camp
NSS Special
Camp
Venue
Rejarla village
MIST ,
Sathupally
Thumburu
MIST ,
Sathupally
MIST ,
Sathupally
Kakarlapally
Date(s)
16-02-2010
to 22-02-2010
18-11-2011
30-01-2012
to 05-02-2012
01-01-2012 to 07-012012
21-02-2013
13-03-2013 to 19-032013
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths of Department:
 Students are Capable to do innovative projects
 Applying knowledge in a way that helps to address the theoretical and practical
challenges that face communities around the world.
 Has alumni association to create a group together among the passed out
students.
 Department has student association and it regularly conducts programs and
events with students.
 Dedicated teaching faculty and energetic student‟s works as an ideal
combination for information generation.
Weakness:
 The academic staff also needs to focus on research.
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Opportunity:
 To conduct practical sessions related to civil projects
 To use moodle as a mode of teaching – learning - evaluation methodology
 To design short term courses for working professionals
 To develop & motivate rural entrepreneurs
Constraints:
 It‟s a challenge to sustain the habit of extra reading among the students. With
a subject as Management, it is important to be up to date with the latest.
 To constantly upgrade the syllabi for a dynamic subject like Business
Management
Future plans
 To enhance the Research & Development Cell in accord to meet the high level
academic activities.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
ELECCTICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department: Electrical and Electronics Engineering
2.
Year of Establishment: 2002
3.
Names of Programmers / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
UG: Bachelor of Technology, PG: Master of Technology
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 English
 Mathematics-1
 Mathematical Methods
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Computer Programming
 Engineering Drawing
 Computer Programming Lab
 Engineering Physics and Engineering chemistry Lab
 English language Communication Skills Lab
 IT Workshop/ Engineering Workshop
 Mathematics-III
 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery
 Electronic Devices & Circuits
 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab
 Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab
 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
 Electronic Circuits
 IC Applications
 Management Science
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 Advanced Communication Skills Lab
 Environmental Studies
 Micro Processors and Interfacing Devices
 Digital Signal Processing
 Micro Processors and Interfacing Devices Lab
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
UG
PG
B.Tech
M.Tech
I year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
I-I
I-II
II-I
II-II
-
-
-
22
22
22
22
-
-
-
6.Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S No
Course
Branch
Year &
Sem
1
B.Tech
CSE
II-I
2
B.Tech
CSE
II-I
3
B.Tech
ME
II-I
4
B.Tech
ME
II-I
5
B.Tech
CE
II-I
6
B.Tech
Mining Engg.
II-I
7
B.Tech
Mining Engg
II-I
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SUBJECT
Basic Electrical
Engineering.
Electrical and Electronics
Lab.
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering.
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Lab.
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering.
Elements of Electrical
and Electronics
Engineering.
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Lab
7.
S No
Course
Branch
Year &
Sem
8
B.Tech
E.C.E
II-I
9
B.Tech
E.C.E
II-I
10
B.Tech
ECE
II-II
11
B.Tech
ECE
II-II
SUBJECT
Switching Theory and
Logical Design.
Electrical circuits
Principles of Electrical
Engineering.
Electrical Technology
Lab.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
NILL
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NILL
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned Filled
Professors
01
01
Associate Professors
03
03
Asst. Professors
16
16
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10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Dr. C. Hari Krishna
Qualificati
on
Ph.D.
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Years of
Students
Designation Specialization
Experienc guided for the
e
last 4 years
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Industrial
drives
Power
Y. Rajasekhar reddy M. Tech. Assoc.Prof Electronics
Professor and Electric
Drives
Ch. Punya Sekhar
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Electrical
Drives
N. Praneeth
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Control
Systems
E. Praveena
Computer
Assoc.
Prof.
M.Tech
Aided Power
Professor
Systems
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11.5
---
6.5
---
4
---
3
---
9.5
---
Name
D. Laxmana Rao
Qualificati
on
M.Tech
P. Yogananda reddy M.Tech
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Years of
Students
Designation Specialization
Experienc guided for the
e
last 4 years
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
4.5
---
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Electrical
Drives
6
---
6
---
T. Kiran Kumar
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Electrical
Drives
Sk.Nagulu
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
5
---
(M. Tech)
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
2.7
---
M.Tech
Assoc.Prof
Professor
Power
Electronics
10
---
T. Venkata Reddy
M. Venkateswara
Reddy
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Name
B. Tejaswi
Qualificati
on
M.Tech
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Years of
Students
Designation Specialization
Experienc guided for the
e
last 4 years
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Electrical
Drives
2.5
---
4
---
M. Pratima
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Electrical
and
Electronics
Engineering
P.Ramakrishna
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
2.7
---
2
---
K.Dharamateja
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
and
Electrical
Drives
Bapaiah pagulu
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
3
---
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
5
---
Gogulamudi koti
reddy
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Name
China veeraiah
Qualificati
on
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Years of
Students
Designation Specialization
Experienc guided for the
e
last 4 years
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
5
---
K.Sujatha
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
3
---
S.Sravan kumar
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Power
Electronics
3
---
chinta
11. List of senior visiting faculty
S.No
1
Name of the
Qualification
academician
P. Krishna Mutrthy,
Ph.D
College/Organization
SBIT, Khammam
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) by temporary faculty:
100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
PG:
1:12
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: 08
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15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG:
Ph.D : 01, PG: 18
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national / international) by faculty and students: 09
∗
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg:
Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
∗
Monographs
NIL
∗
Chapter in Books
NIL
∗
Books Edited
NIL
∗
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
Publishers
NIL
∗
Citation Index
NIL
∗
SNIP
NIL
∗
SJR
NIL
∗
Impact factor
NIL
∗
h-index
NIL
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20.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards: 01
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter departmental/programme:
NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 100%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department : NIL
25.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding
a) National : 02 (Self- Finance)
b) International : 00
26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Enrolled
Name of the
Course/programme
(refer question no. 4)
Applications Selected
received
*M
*F
B.Tech. Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
53
53
17
36
M.Tech. Power Electronics
and Electric Drives
39
39
6
33
*M = Male
*F = Female
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Pass
percenta
ge
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
B.Tech. Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
M.Tech. Power Electronics
% of
% of
students
students
from the
from
state same
other
state
States
99
01
00
99
01
00
% of
students
from
abroad
and Electric Drives
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
GATE: 2
PGECT: 19
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
10
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
01
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
05
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Selfemployment
212
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central and Departmental Libraries are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: 01 Room Available
d) Laboratories: 06 Available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies 100%
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts
S.
No
Name of the
Resource Person
Organization
Special Lecture
1
B. Raju
KTPS
Latest Trends
Power
Generation
2
B. Ramana
JNTU
Mantani
Power Systems
Workshop
Seminar
Broad Band
Technology
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
3
Veeranjaneyulu
BSNL
The faculty in-charge for the course begins the semester by preparing a
teaching plan for the entire course. The faculty has to plan the delivery of the
content depending on the number of teaching hours allotted per week. All the
topics covered in the five units are separated into lecture hours. The books and
other materials that are to be referred for every topic are identified.
The teaching plan is distributed to the students in the beginning of a
semester to enable them to have a full overview of the syllabus and to facilitate
them to collect appropriate materials for the entire syllabus. The teacher keeps
a record of the date in which the corresponding topic is taught. This ensures
that the teacher covers the entire syllabus within the stipulated time period in
a coherent manner. The delivery of the course content may be in any of the
following manner.
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Lecture
The primary mode of content delivery in the classes is by the lecturing
hours. The teacher prepares and delivers her/his lecture according to the
teaching plan. The teacher delivers the lecture either using power point
presentation/ OHP sheets/ board and chalk method.
Tutorial hours Tutorial hours are planned for analytical subjects. The
students are encouraged to have a separate note book for tutorial classes. The
teacher makes it a point to work out more problems on the topics taught to
enhance the understanding of the student.
Quality Assessment
The students are also motivated to understand more about the subject
by doing assignments, literature survey on recent research topics pertaining to
the subject, analysis of case studies relevant to the subject as Quality
Assessment Component.
Poster Presentation
In order to increase the involvement of the students,
they are grouped in two or three and are encouraged to involve in activities like
Poster Presentation on titles relevant to the subject taught
Group Discussion / Seminars / Role plays / Case studies
The faculty member handling the subject can also adopt more creative
and innovative means to assess the students. The teacher holds group
discussions, seminars, role plays and ask the students to present case studies
to enable them understand the subject better.
Learning Management System (LMS)
The LMS gives an opportunity for students to be more actively involved in
the teaching-learning process inside and outside the classrooms. The
interaction between teacher and student is not restricted to the classroom.
Teachers can schedule online tests even after study hours.
Open Source online course materials (NPTEL, etc.)
The University hosts a e-learning site which contains video lectures,
learning materials that has been collected from various universities like MIT,
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Stanford, Harvard etc. The students can use these to understand their subjects
from different perspectives and get a feel of the educational standard in
international, well reputed institutions
34.
Participation
in
Institutional
Social
Responsibility
(ISR)
and
Extension activities.
In addition to academic activities, the department also supports
Extension activities. Eight faculties are registered programme officers in
various units of our university. Extension activities are efficiently carried out
through the extra-curricular activities such as Nature club, Rotaract Youth Red
Cross (YRC), Community Health Service, NSS, NCC etc
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
1.Maintaining the quality of education at superior levels
2 Achieving 100% results in semester
3.Providing required placements
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
2.
Year of Establishment
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
: 2011
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
UG : Bachelor of Technology and PG: Master of Technology
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 English
 Mathematics-1
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Computer Programming
 Computer Programming Lab
 IT Workshop
 Engineering Physics and Engineering chemistry Lab
 English language Communication Skills Lab
 Environmental studies
 Probability and statics
 Electrical and Electronics Engineering
 Electrical and Electronics engineering lab
 Mechanics of Fluids & Hydraulic Machines
 Mathematics-II
 Mechanics of fluids and Hydraulic Machines Lab
 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
 Advanced English Communication Skills Lab
 Operations Research
 Industrial Management
 Fluid Mechanics
 Hydraulic and Hydraulic Machinery
216
 Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machine Lab
5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
UG
PG
B.Tech
I
year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
I-I
I-II
II-I
II-II
-
-
-
22
22
22
22
-
-
-
M.Tech
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
S No
Course
Branch
CIVIL,
Mining, EEE,
Mech, ECE &
CSE
CIVIL,
Mining, EEE,
Mech, ECE &
CSE
Mining
Engineering
CIVIL
Engineering
1
B. Tech
2
B.Tech
3
B.Tech
4
B.Tech
5
B. Tech
EEE
6
B. Tech
EEE
7
B.Tech
8
B.Tech
Mining
Engineering
Mining
Engineering
Year &
Sem
SUBJECT
I B.Tech
Engineering Drawing
I B.Tech
Engineering Workshop
I B.Tech
Engineering Mechanics
I B.Tech
Engineering Mechanics
II B.Tech I
Sem
II B.Tech I
Sem
II B.Tech I
Sem
II B.Tech
II Sem
Fluid Mechanics and
Hydraulic Machinery
Fluid Mechanics and
Hydraulic Machinery Lab
217
Mechanical Technology
Mechanics of Fluids &
Hydraulic Machines
7.
S No
Course
Branch
9
B.Tech
Mining
Engineering
Year &
Sem
II B.Tech
II Sem
10
B.Tech
Mining
Engineering
II B.Tech
II Sem
SUBJECT
Mechanics of Fluids &
Hydraulic Machines Lab
Machine Drawing and
Computer Aided
Graphics
8.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. NILL
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NILL
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
01
01
Associate Professors
01
00
Asst. Professors
14
14
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualifica
tion
Designation
No. of
No. of
Ph.D.
Specializa Years Students
of
tion
Exper guided for
the last 4
ience
years
Dr.K.Rama Kotaiah Ph.D
Professor
Production
D.GOPICHAND
M.TECH
Asst. Professor
Machine
design
B.BALOJI
M.TECH
Asst. Professor AMS
7
Asst. Professor CAD/CAM
1
G.VENKATESWARA
M. Tech
RAO
218
14
5
Qualifica
tion
Name
B. Sheshagiri Rao
M.TECH
K. Satish prakash
M.TECH
M. Raghavendra
M.TECH
S. Mahesh Babu
M.TECH
T. Sriharsha
M.TECH
T.RAGHAVARAJU
(M. Tech)
K.HEMALATHA
Designation
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
No. of
No. of
Ph.D.
Specializa Years
of
Students
tion
Exper guided for
ience
the last 4
years
AMS
1
Thermal
3
CAD/Cam
6
Machine
Design
2
Thermal
2
Asst. Professor
AMS
1
(M. Tech)
Asst. Professor
AMS
1
K.KIRAN
(M. Tech)
Asst. Professor
AMS
1
B.HARIKRISHNA
B.TECH
Asst. Professor Mech. Engg.
0
T.LAKSHMAN
B.TECH
Asst. Professor Mech. Engg.
0
B.RAMARAO
B.TECH
Asst. Professor Mech. Engg.
1
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
11. List of senior visiting faculty
01
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(program
me wise) by temporary faculty 100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
PG:
1:12
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled. 7
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.
219
PG = 09
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received NILL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received NILL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University NILL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national /international) by faculty and students NILL
∗
Number of publications listed in International
Database (For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory,
EBSCO host, etc.)
∗
Monographs
∗
Chapter in Books NIL
∗
Books Edited
∗
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
NIL
NIL
publishers
NIL
∗
Citation Index
NIL
∗
SNIP
NIL
∗
SJR
NIL
∗
Impact factor
NIL
∗
h-index
NIL
220
20.
Areas of consultancy and income generated NIL
21.
Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards….
22.
NIL
Student projects
a). Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b). Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside
the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies
100%
23.
Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students NIL
24.
List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department NILL
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding
a) National
b). International
26. Student profile program me/course wise:
Enrolled
Name of the
Course/program
me (refer question
no. 4)
Applications
received
UG
18
18
18
PG
11
11
9
*M = Male
*F = Female
221
Selected
*M
Pass
*F percentage
2
27. Diversity of Students
Name of
the Course
% of
students
from the
same
state
% of
students
from other
States
B.TECH
100
00
M.TECH
100
00
% of
student
s from
abroad
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.? Not Applicable
29. Student progression
Not applicable
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Selfemployment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library Central and Departmental Libraries are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students AVAILABLE
c) Class rooms with ICT facility 1 ROOM AVAILABLE
d) Laboratories 09
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
222
100%
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops /seminar) with external experts NO
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
 Group discussions
 Case-study
 Motivating to access latest online journals, reference materials and help
them to understand the emerging trends in their field of study
 Providing opportunities to develop their creativity by organizing
 intercollegiate as well as national level cultural, literary, technical and
sports competitions
 Organizing industry visits for showing practical implementation of
theoretical study.
 100% industry projects
 LCD PROJECTOR
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities
S.No
1
2
3
4
Year
Name of the
Activity
Venue
Date(s)
2012
NSS Special Camp
Thumburu
30-01-2012
to 05-02-2012
01-01-2012 to 07-012012
2012
Road Safety Week
MIST , Sathupally
2013
Blood Donation
Camp
MIST , Sathupally
21-02-2013
2013
NSS Special
Camp
Kakarlapally
13-03-2013 to 1903-2013
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths of Department:
 Applying knowledge in a way that helps to address the theoretical and practical
challenges that face communities around the world.
 Has alumni association to create a group together among the passed out
students.
 Department has student association and it regularly conducts programs and
events with students.
223
 Well furnished e-class rooms & seminar hall for group discussion & Internet
facility is provided for all the students
 Dedicated teaching faculty and energetic student‟s works as an ideal
combination for information generation.
Weakness:
 The academic staff also needs to focus on research.
Opportunity:
 To use moodle as a mode of teaching – learning - evaluation methodology
 To design short term courses for working professionals
 To develop & motivate rural entrepreneurs
Constraints:
 It‟s a challenge to sustain the habit of extra reading among the students. With
a subject as Management, it is important to be up to date with the latest.
 To constantly upgrade the syllabi for a dynamic subject like Business
Management
Future plans
 To enhance the Research & Development Cell in accord to meet the high level
academic activities.
224
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
1. Name of the department:
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
2.
Year of Establishment : 2001
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
UG: Bachelor of Technology, PG : Master of Technology
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 English
 Mathematics – I
 Mathematical Methods
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Computer Programming
 Engineering Drawing
 Computer Programming Lab
 Engineering Physics / Engineering Chemistry Lab
 English Language Communication Skills Lab
 IT Workshop / Engineering Workshop
 Mathematics – III
 Electric Circuits
 Principles of Electrical Engineering
 Environmental Studies
 Electrical Technology Lab
 Computer Organization and Operating Systems
 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
 Management Science
 Computer Networks
 Object Oriented Programming through JAVA
225
 Advanced Communication Skills Lab
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
Semester based
UG
PG
B.Tech
M.Tech
I year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
I-I
I-II
II-I
II-II
-
-
-
22
22
22
22
-
-
-
6.Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S No
Course
Branch
Year &
Sem
1
B.Tech
EEE
II-I
Electronic Device and
Circuits
2
B.Tech
CSE
II-I
Electronic Device and
Circuits
3
B.Tech
EEE
II-II
Electronic Circuits
4
B.Tech
CSE
III-I
Microprocessors and
Interfacing
5
B.Tech
EEE
III-I
IC Applications
6
B.Tech
EEE
III-II
Micro Processors and
Micro Controllers
7
B.Tech
CSE
III-II
VLSI Design
8
B.Tech
EEE
IV-I
VLSI Design
SUBJECT
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. NIL
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons
NIL
226
9.
Number of teaching posts
Teaching Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
03
03
Associate Professors
03
03
Asst. Professors
21
21
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualificati
on
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
Students
Designation Specialization Years of
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
Dr. G. S.KRISHNA
MURTHY
Ph. D
Professor
VLSI Design
30 Years
Dr. K. SRI HARI RAO
M.E,
Ph. D
Professor
ECE
22.5 Years
P. SURESH BABU
M. Tech.,
Professor & HOD VLSI Design
(Ph.D.)
14 Years
M.Tech
Assoc. Professor
Micro
Electronics
10 Years
M. Tech.,
(Ph.D.)
Assoc. Professor
ICS
15 Years
A. VIJAYA SHANTI
M.Tech.
Assoc. Professor
EI
7 Years
CH. GOPALA KRISHNA
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
DECS
4 Years
V.GANESH NAGA SAI
PRASAD
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
5 Years
K.KIRAN KUMAR
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
5 Years
K.RAMBABU
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
4 Years
K.BHULAKSHMI
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
VLSI SYSTEM
DESIGN
4 Years
G.ERNA
M.Tech
(Ph.d)
Asst. Professor
VLSI SYSTEM
DESIGN
6 Years
T. Pallavi
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
1 Year
P. SRIDHAR
M.Tech
(Ph.d)
Asst. Professor
VLSI SYSTEM
DESIGN
3 Years
B.RAMA RAO
P. PRABHAKARA RAO
227
Qualificati
on
Name
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
Students
Designation Specialization Years of
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
G. UDAYKIRAN
BHARGAVA
M.Tech
(Ph.D)
Asst. Professor
G. RAVIRAJU
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
CH.DEEPIKA
M.Tech
Y.PHANI KUMAR
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ES
5 Years
K.SANDYA RANI
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
1 year
B.SURESH
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
DECS
5 Years
G.SIVA KUMAR
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
DECS
5 Years
B.R.V.PRADEEP
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
EMBEDDED
SYSTEMS(ES)
3 Years
M.VENKATA RAO
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
DECS
3 Years
B.RAJYA LAKSHMI
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
EMBEDDED
SYSTEMS(ES)
3 Years
N.SURESH
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
VLSI
5 Years
M.LAVANYA
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
1 Year
J.RAMA KRISHNA
M.Tech
Asst. Professor
ECE
1 Year
VLSI-DESIGN
COMMUNICATI
ON SYSTEMS
(CS)
VLSI SYSTEM
Asst. Professor
DESIGN
4.6 years
3.6 Years
3 Years
11. List of senior visiting faculty
S.No
Name of the
academician
Qualification
1
H. Khan
Ph. D
KL University
2
D. Venkata Rao
Ph. D
Narasaraopet Institute of
Technology
3
M. Surendra Kumar
Ph. D
KLR Engineering college
College/Organization
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise)by temporary faculty
100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
PG:
1:12
228
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled 08
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil /
PG.
Ph.Ds-2, PGs-25
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University NIL
19.Publications:
a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national international) by faculty and Students : 08
 Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web
of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
 Monographs
- NIL
 Chapter in Books
- NIL
 Books Edited
- NIL
 Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers- NIL
 Citation Index
- NIL
 SNIP
- NIL
 SJR
- NIL
 Impact factor
- NIL
 H-Index
- NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a)National committees
NIL
229
b) International Committees
NIL
c) Editorial Boards
02
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
90% of students had done in-house projects
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
10% of students did outside the institution.
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
1. G. ERNA honored with incentive- for publishing paper on “ IMPLEMENTATION
OF CDMA TRANSCEIVER FOR LOW COST MOBILE HAND SET” on 28&29 Feb2012
100% PASS PERCENTAGE during the academic year 2013-14.
1. G.U.K.BHARGAV (Asst. Professor ECE), SUB: MWE (awarded 2000/-)
2. G.RAVIRAJU (Asst. Professor ECE), SUB: OC (awarded 2000/-)
3. P. PRABHAKARA RAO (Professor ECE), SUB: AC (awarded 2000/-)
4. P. SURESH BABU (Professor ECE), SUB: ICA (awarded 2000/-)
100% PASS PERCENTAGE during the academic year 2012-13.
1. G.UK.BHARGAV (Asst.Professor ECE), SUB: MWE (awarded 2000/-)
2. G.RAVIRAJU (Asst. Professor ECE), SUB: OC (awarded 2000/-)
3. CH.DEEPIKA (Asst.Professor ECE), SUB: CMC (awarded 2000/
4. K.SANDYARANI (Asst.Professor ECE), SUB: DSP (awarded 2000/-)
5.K KIRAN KUMAR(Asst.Professor ECE),SUB:EDC (awarded 2000/-)
100% PASS PERCENTAGE During the academic year 2011-12
1. K.BHULAKSHMI (ASST.PROF.ECE), SUB: EMI (awarded 2000/-)
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department
230
S.No
Name of the academician
Qualification
College/Organization
1
H. Khan
Ph. D
KL University
2
D. Venkata rao
Ph. D
Narasaraopet Institute
of Technology
3
M. Surendra Kumar
Ph. D
KLR Engineering
college
4
D. Pavan Kumar
M. Tech
ISRO
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source funding
a) National
The institute / departments arrange guest lectures by eminent researches
on emerging and new areas of research.
3 Workshops were conducted in association with IIT Bombay and IIT Kharagpur in
the campus.
Analog Electronics (June 4 to June 14, 2013), Signals and Systems (January 2 to
January 12, 2014) and Control Systems (December 2 to December 12). More than
40 faculty members of the college have registered for these workshops and
participated as well. All Dept. Faculty participated in Research Methodologies
workshop and Aakash Workshop.
b) International : Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Course/programme
(refer question no. 4)
Enrolled
Pass
Applications Selected
*M
*F
percentage
received
B.Tech ECE
135
135
57
78
M.Tech ECE
25
25
15
10
*M = Male
*F = Female
231
--
27. Diversity of Students
Name of
the
Course
% of
students
from the
same state
% of
students
from other
States
% of
student
s from
abroad
B. Tech
100
------
------
B. Tech
100
------
------
B. Tech
100
------
------
B. Tech
100
------
------
M. Tech
100
------
------
M. Tech
100
------
------
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
Gate : 03
PGECET: 22
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
40%
UG to PG
Not Applicable
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Selfemployment
232
38(last 4 years)
30. Details of Infrastructural
facilities
a) Library
: Central and Departmental Libraries are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility : 01
d) Laboratories : 09
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops /seminar) with external experts
S.
Name of the
Organization Special Lecture Workshop Seminar
No
Resource Person
Cosmic
Importance of
1
Jaya Krishna
Semiconducto
Analog VLSI
rs Pvt. Ltd
Broadband
2
M. Veeranjaneyulu
BSNL
Technology
Introduc
3
N S Mutrhy
NIT Warangal
tion to
VLSI
Robosapiens
4
Chandan Varma
Robotics
Technology
Pvt.Ltd
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
 Group discussions
 Case-study
 Exposure of Presentation and Communication skills
 Motivating to access latest online journals, reference materials and help
them to understand the emerging trends in their field of study
 Providing opportunities to develop their creativity by organizing
 intercollegiate as well as national level cultural, literary, technical and
sports competitions
233
 Organizing industry visits for showing practical implementation of
theoretical study.
 100% industry projects
 LCD PROJECTOR
 Real time systems examples
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities
S.No
Year
1
2009
2
2010
3
2011
4
2011
5
Name of the
Activity
Venue
Date(s)
Blood Donation
Camp
NSS Special Camp
MIST , Sathupally
24-07-2009
Rejarla village
MIST , Sathupally
MIST , Sathupally
28-12-2011
2012
Blood Donation
Camp
Red Ribbon Club
opening
NSS Special Camp
16-02-2010
to 22-02-2010
18-11-2011
Thumburu
6
2012
Road Safety Week
MIST , Sathupally
30-01-2012
to 05-02-2012
01-01-2012 to 07-012012
7
2013
Blood Donation
Camp
MIST , Sathupally
21-02-2013
8
2013
NSS Special
Camp
Kakarlapally
13-03-2013 to 1903-2013
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths of Department:
 Applying knowledge in a way that helps to address the theoretical and practical
challenges that face communities around the world.
 Has alumni association to create a group together among the passed out
students.
 Department has student association and it regularly conducts programs and
events with students.
 Well furnished e-class rooms & seminar hall for group discussion & Internet
facility is provided for all the students
 Dedicated teaching faculty and energetic student‟s works as an ideal
combination for information generation.
234
Weakness:
 The academic staff also needs to focus on research.
Opportunity:
 To use moodle as a mode of teaching – learning - evaluation methodology
 To design short term courses for working professionals
 To develop & motivate rural entrepreneurs
Constraints:
 It‟s a challenge to sustain the habit of extra reading among the students. With
a subject as Management, it is important to be up to date with the latest.
 To constantly upgrade the syllabi for a dynamic subject like Business
Management
Future plans
 To enhance the Research & Development Cell in accord to meet the high level
academic activities.
235
EVALUATION REPORT OF
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department: Computer science and Engineering
2.
Year of Establishment: 2001
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
UG: Bachelor of Technology , PG: Master of Technology
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units
Involved
 English
 Mathematics-1
 Mathematical Methods
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Engineering Drawing
 Engineering Physics and Engineering chemistry Lab
 English language Communication Skills Lab
 Probability and statistics
 Digital logic design
 Electronics Devices & Circuits
 Basic electrical engineering
 Electrical and electronics lab
 Environmental Studies
 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
 Advanced English Communication Skills Lab
 Management Science
236
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
UG
PG
B.Tech
I
year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
I-I
I-II
II-I
II-II
-
-
-
22
22
22
22
-
-
-
M.Tech
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
S No
7.
course
Year &
Sem
SUBJECT
I
Computer Programming
I
Computer Programming
Lab
I
IT Work Shop
CIVIL,
Mining, EEE,
Mech, ECE,
CSE
CIVIL,
Mining, EEE,
Mech, ECE,
CSE
CIVIL,
Mining, EEE,
Mech, ECE,
CSE
1
B.Tech
2
B.Tech
3
B.Tech
4
B.Tech
E.C.E
III-I
Computer Organization.
5
B.Tech
E.C.E
III-II
OOPS through Java
6
B.Tech
E.C.E
IV-I
Computer Networks
7
B.Tech
E.E.E.
IV-II
Neural Networks and
Fuzzy Logic.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
8.
Branch
NIL
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NIL
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9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
01
04
20
01
04
20
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
S.No
Name of the
Faculty
1
Dr.K.NageswaraRao
Ph.D
Professor
2
B.N.V.Madhubabu
M.Tech.,
Assoc.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
10
3
D.Pavan kumar
M.Phil
Assoc.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
20
4
Ch. Niranjan
M.Tech..
Assoc.Prof Computer Science
& Engineering
8
5
YVVN Vara Prasad
M.Tech..
Assoc.Prof Computer Science
& Engineering
22
6
K.Nagamani
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
8
7
L.Srinivasarao
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
7
8
A.Satish
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Software
Engineering
5
9
B.Prudhvi
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
2
S. Chandra Sekhar M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Neural Networks
3
Computer Science
& Engineering
Computer Science
& Engineering
2
10
Qualificat Designati
ion
on
11
N.Srikanth
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
12
P.Jaya Sri
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
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Specialization
Computer Science
experienc
e
13
& Engineering
1
S.No
Name of the
Faculty
Specialization
experienc
e
13
S.Lokesh
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
14
K.Nirusha
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
2
15
P.Ravi
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
3
16
D.Anand
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
17
K. Nitalekeswara
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
6
18
Rao
Srinivasarao
M.Tech..
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
Chanda
Qualificat Designati
ion
on
19
T.Srivyshnavi
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
0
20
VPS Vinay kumar
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
21
K.Swami
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
22
M.Satish
M.Tech..
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
23
N.Maheswara Rao
M.C.A
Asst.Prof
Computer
Applications
2
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
Asst.Prof
Computer Science
& Engineering
1
24
25
K.Salivahana Reddy M.Tech..
K.Uma Devi
M.Tech..
11. List of Senior visiting faculty
1.
Dr.D.Rajya lakshmi, Prof. Dept. of CSE, JNTU Vizianagaram
2.
Dr.J.A.Chandulal, Prof. Dept. of CSE, GITAM University, Vizag
3.
Dr.T.Tammireddy, Prof. Dept. of CSE, GITAM University,Vizag
4.
Dr.G.Apparao, Prof. Dept. of CSE, GITAM University,Vizag
5.
Dr.V.Srikanth, , Prof. Dept. of CSE, KL University, Vijayawada
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12.
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) by temporary faculty:
13.
100%
Student -Teacher Ratio (Programme wise)
UG:
1:15
PG:
1:12
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: 07
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG:
Ph.D: 01
M.Tech: 22
M.Phil: 01
MCA: 01
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
Projects received by AICTE: 1 Total Grant:10,00,000/For Modraps: 1 Total Grant: 13,50,000/18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national /international) by faculty and students:
∗
16
Number of publications listed in International Database (Eg: Web
of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host,
etc.):
03
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
Monographs: NIL
Chapter in Books NIL
Books Edited NIL
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
publishers NIL
Citation Index NIL
SNIP NIL
SJR NIL
Impact factor NIL
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∗
20.
h-index NIL
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards:
04
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme: 75%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other
agencies:
25%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors /Guest
Lecturers to the department: NIL
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source
of funding
a) National: 05
b) International: 00
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Course/programme
(refer question no. 4)
Applicatio
ns received Selected
Enrolled
*M
Pass
*F percentage
B.Tech. Computer science
and Engineering
88
88
19
69
--
M.Tech. Computer science
and Engineering
25
25
8
17
--
M.Tech. Software
Engineering
01
01
01
--
--
*M = Male
*F = Female
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27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
B.Tech. Computer science
and Engineering
M.Tech. Computer science
and Engineering
M.Tech. Software
Engineering
% of
students
from the
same state
% of
students
from other
States
% of students
from abroad
100
00
00
100
00
00
100
00
00
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.
PGCET : 07
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
17
PG to M.Phil.
00
PG to Ph.D.
00
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
00
Employed
• Campus selection
07
• Other than campus 02
recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self- 00
employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central and Departmental Libraries are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) S e m i n a r h a l l w i t h L C D : 01
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d) Laboratories: 06
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies: 100%
32. Details on
student
enrichment
programmes
(special
lectures
/
workshops /seminar) with external experts A Special guest lecture provided
to students to enhance their skills in terms of subject, research e.t.c by
professors of other universities.
S.No
Name of the Expert
1
Dr.D.Rajya Lakshmi
Prof and Head
JNTUK, Vijayanagaram
Name of the
Topic
Recent research
trends in image
processing
Branch
M.Tech
(CSE & SE)
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
a. Presentation
b. Group activity
c. Case study and problem solving
d. Quiz sessions
e. Seminar
f. Board activity chart
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
Activities
a. Donating Blood in blood donation camps
b. Providing financial assistance to poor students
c. Participating in “swachabharath” programs
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths of Department:
 Applying knowledge in a way that helps to address the theoretical and
practical challenges that face communities around the world.
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 Has alumni association to create a group together among the passed out
students.
 Department has student association and it regularly conducts programs
and events with students.
 Well furnished seminar hall for group discussion & Internet facility is
provided for all the students
 Dedicated teaching faculty and energetic student‟s works as an ideal
combination for information generation.
Weakness:
 The academic staff also needs to focus on research.
Opportunity:
 To use moodle as a mode of teaching – learning - evaluation methodology
 To design short term courses for working professionals
 To develop & motivate rural entrepreneurs
 ELSDM provided by University to students for learning.
Constraints:
 It‟s a challenge to sustain the habit of extra reading among the students.
With a subject as Management, it is important to be up to date with the
latest.
 To constantly upgrade the syllabi for a dynamic subject like Business
Management
Future plans
a. To enhance the Research & Development Cell in accord to meet the high
level academic activities.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
MINING ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department: Mining Engineering
2.
Year of Establishment: 2012
3.
Names of Programmers / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
UG: Bachelor of Technology,
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 English
 Mathematics-1
 Engineering Mechanics
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Chemistry
 Computer Programming
 Engineering Drawing
 Computer Programming Lab
 Engineering Physics and Engineering chemistry Lab
 English language Communication Skills Lab
 IT Workshop/ Engineering Workshop
 Environmental Studies
 Probability & Statistics
 Elements of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
 Mechanical Technology
 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
 Mathematics-II
 Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines
 Machine Drawing and Computer Aided Graphics
 Mechanics of Solids
 Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines Lab
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 Mechanics of Solids Lab
 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
 Industrial Management
 Advanced Communication Skills Lab
 Operations Research
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
UG
B.Tech
I year
II-I
II-II
III-I
III-II
IV-I
IV-II
56
28
28
28
28
28
28
6.Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
NIL
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
NILL
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NILL
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned Filled
10.
Professors
00
00
Associate Professors
00
00
Asst. Professors
08
08
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
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Name
Qualificati
on
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Years of
Students
Designation Specialization
Experienc guided for the
e
last 4 years
N. Chandrahas
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
Cheekati Nagini
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
T. Surya Charan
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
P. Taviti Naidu
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
N. Praveen Kumar
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Micro
Biology
01
-
B.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mining
Engineering
01
-
Deenapal
Pesarmelli
J. Murali Krishna
S. Madhu Latha
11. List of senior visiting faculty NIL
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) by temporary faculty:
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
247
100%
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: 03
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG:
PG : 01
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national / international) by faculty and students: NIL
∗
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg:
Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
∗
Monographs
∗
Chapter in Books
∗
Books Edited
∗
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
publishers
∗
Citation Index
∗
SNIP
∗
SJR
∗
Impact factor
248
∗
20.
h-index
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Student projects Not Applicable
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter departmental/programme:
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 100%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department : NIL
25.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding
a) National : NIl
b) International :
26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Enrolled
Name of the
Course/programme
(refer question no. 4)
B.Tech. Mining
Engineering
*M = Male
Applications Selected
received
127
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
249
127
*M
*F
127
-
Pass
percenta
ge
Name of the
Course
B.Tech. Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
M.Tech. Power Electronics
% of
% of
students
students
from the
from
state same
other
state
States
100
00
00
100
00
00
% of
students
from
abroad
and Electric Drives
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
NIL
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Selfemployment
250
Not Yet Eligible
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central Library are available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: 01 Room Available
d) Laboratories: Available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies 100%
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts
NIL
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
The faculty in-charge for the course begins the semester by preparing a
teaching plan for the entire course. The faculty has to plan the delivery of the
content depending on the number of teaching hours allotted per week. All the
topics covered in the five units are separated into lecture hours. The books and
other materials that are to be referred for every topic are identified.
The teaching plan is distributed to the students in the beginning of a
semester to enable them to have a full overview of the syllabus and to facilitate
them to collect appropriate materials for the entire syllabus. The teacher keeps
a record of the date in which the corresponding topic is taught. This ensures
that the teacher covers the entire syllabus within the stipulated time period in
a coherent manner. The delivery of the course content may be in any of the
following manner.
Lecture
The primary mode of content delivery in the classes is by the lecturing
hours. The teacher prepares and delivers her/his lecture according to the
teaching plan. The teacher delivers the lecture either using power point
presentation/ OHP sheets/ board and chalk method.
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Tutorial hours Tutorial hours are planned for analytical subjects. The
students are encouraged to have a separate note book for tutorial classes. The
teacher makes it a point to work out more problems on the topics taught to
enhance the understanding of the student.
Quality Assessment
The students are also motivated to understand more about the subject
by doing assignments, literature survey on recent research topics pertaining to
the subject, analysis of case studies relevant to the subject as Quality
Assessment Component.
Poster Presentation
In order to increase the involvement of the students, they are grouped in
two or three and are encouraged to involve in activities like Poster Presentation
on titles relevant to the subject taught
Group Discussion / Seminars / Role plays / Case studies
The faculty member handling the subject can also adopt more creative
and innovative means to assess the students. The teacher holds group
discussions, seminars, role plays and ask the students to present case studies
to enable them understand the subject better.
Learning Management System (LMS)
The LMS gives an opportunity for students to be more actively involved in
the teaching-learning process inside and outside the classrooms. The
interaction between teacher and student is not restricted to the classroom.
Teachers can schedule online tests even after study hours.
Open Source online course materials (NPTEL, etc.)
The University hosts a e-learning site which contains video lectures,
learning materials that has been collected from various universities like MIT,
Stanford, Harvard etc. The students can use these to understand their subjects
from different perspectives and get a feel of the educational standard in
international, well reputed institutions
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34.
Participation
in
Institutional
Social
Responsibility
(ISR)
and
Extension activities.
In addition to academic activities, the department also supports
Extension activities. Eight faculties are registered programme officers in
various units of our university. Extension activities are efficiently carried out
through the extra-curricular activities such as Nature club, Rotaract Youth Red
Cross (YRC), Community Health Service, NSS, NCC etc
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
1. Maintaining the quality of education at superior levels
2. Achieving 100% results in semester
3. Providing required placements
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
BASIC ENGINEERING & SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of the department: Basic Engineering & Sciences
2.
Year of Establishment: 2001
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):
UG B.Tech ( First Year only)
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 Computer Programming
 Engineering Drawing
 Computer Programming Lab
 IT Work Shop
 Engineering Work Shop
 Engineering Mechanics
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
I year
UG
6.
B.Tech
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Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
S No
course
Branch
Year &
Sem
SUBJECT
1
B.Tech
CIVIL
II-I
Mathematics-II
2
B.Tech
CIVIL
II-II
3
B.Tech
CIVIL
III-II
4
B.Tech
CIVIL
IV-I
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Probability & Statistics,
Environmental Studies
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
Environmental
Engineering Lab
7.
S No
course
Branch
Year &
Sem
SUBJECT
5
B.Tech
EEE
II-I
Mathematics-III
6
B.Tech
EEE
III-I
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
7
B.Tech
EEE
III-II
Environmental Studies
8
B.Tech
Mech
II-I
Environmental Studies,
Probability & Statistics
9
B.Tech
Mech
II-II
Mathematics-II
10
B.Tech
Mech
III-II
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
11
B.Tech
Mech
IV-I
Operations Research
12
B.Tech
ECE
II-I
Mathematics-III
13
B.Tech
ECE
IV-I
14
B.Tech
CSE
II-I
15
B.Tech
CSE
II-II
Environmental Studies
16
B.Tech
CSE
III-I
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
17
B.Tech
CSE
IV-I
Operations Research
18
B.Tech
MINING
II-I
Environmental Studies,
Probability & Statistics
19
B.Tech
MINING
II-II
Mathematics-II
20
B.Tech
MINING
III-II
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
8.
Advance Communication
Skills Lab
Probability & Statistics,
Mathematical
Foundations of
Computer Science
NILL
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NILL
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9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
10.
Filled
Professors
00
00
Associate Professors
08
08
Asst. Professors
16
16
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Dr. M.V. Rama Chandra
Rao
T. Padma Jyothi
Qualification Designation
Specialization
Ph.D
Assoc Prof
Physics
M.Sc
Assoc. Prof
Mathematics
M.Sc, M.Tech
Assoc. Prof
Applied
Mathematics
E. Sudheer
M.Sc
Assoc. Prof
Mathematics
Dr. K.V. Satish
Ph.D
Assoc. Prof
English
V.V. Subba Rao
M.A
Assoc. Prof
English
D. Hari Prasada Rao
M.Sc
Assoc. Prof
Mathematics
Dr. M. Srinivasa Rao
Ph.D
Assoc. Prof
Chemistry
K. Lokeswara Rao
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
T.V. Narmada
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Physics
M. Thomas
M.A
Asst. Prof
Physical Director
KSRK Sunil
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Mathematics
P. Mareswara Rao
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Name
Qualification Designation
Specialization
D. Aruna
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
Sk. Najiya
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Physics
S. Rama Chary
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Physics
N. Ravi Kumar
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Mathematics
B. Ambedkar
M.A
Asst. Prof
English
K. Rama Krishna
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
P. Srinivasa Reddy
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
K. Chakrapani
M.A
Asst. Prof
English
Sd. Fatima Farheen
M.A
Asst. Prof
English
John Moshe
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
P. Srilakshmi
M.Sc
Asst. Prof
Chemistry
P. Pradeep
M.A
Asst. Prof
English
11. List of senior visiting faculty
NIL
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes
handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty:
100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
UG:
1:15
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: 07
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG:
Ph.D : 03, PG : 21
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
257
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
(national /international) by faculty and students:
∗
20
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg:
Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
∗
Monographs
NIL
∗
Chapter in Books
NIL
∗
Books Edited
NIL
∗
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
NIL
publishers
20.
∗
Citation Index
NIL
∗
SNIP
NIL
∗
SJR
NIL
∗
Impact factor
NIL
∗
h-index
NIL
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards: 05
22. Student projects: Not Applicable
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter departmental/programme:
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 100%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:
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NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department : NIL
25.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding a) National : 00
b) International :
00
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Course/programme
Enrolled
received
Selected
137
137
*M
*F
Pass
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
B.Tech. Basic Engineering
79
58
& Science ( I st year only)
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
B.Tech. Basic Engineering &
Science ( I st year only)
% of students
% of Students
% of students
from the
from other
from abroad
same state
States
99
01
00
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
Not Applicable
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29. Student progression :
Not Applicable
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Selfemployment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central Library is available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: 01 Room Available
d) Laboratories: 05 Available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
96%
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops /seminar) with external experts
NIL
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
In order to provide best teaching to the students. The college faculty has
adopted latest technology. Teachers go through LCD projects, OHP, PPI,
dramisation. Teachers also involve the students in the activity. This method
enhances communication skills and curb the hesitation, shy and afraid.
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34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities
NSS unit-mist is the part of institutional social responsibility and
extension activities. Through NSS students enroll themselves as a volunteers
and promote the institutional social responsibility. NSS conducts regular
activities in the college and involve the other students and society to bring out
the effectiveness. As a part of ISR NSS conducted Swach Bharat, Blood
Donation camp, plantations adopted the near by villages and held NSS special
camp. In these special camps, household survey, sanitation, cleanliness,
awareness programme on consumption of electricity, side effects of tobacco,
alcohol consumption, cigarette smoking and so on . NSS heads the
institutional social responsibility and extension activities.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths of Department:
 Dedicated teaching faculty and energetic students works as an ideal
combination for information generation
 Applying knowledge in a way that helps to address the theoretical and
practical challenges that face communities around the world.
 Well furnished e-class rooms & seminar hall for group discussion &
Internet facility is provided for all the students
Weakness:
 The academic staff also needs to focus on research.
Opportunity:
 To use moodle as a mode of teaching – learning - evaluation methodology
 To design short term courses for working professionals
 To develop & motivate rural entrepreneurs
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Constraints:
 It‟s a challenge to sustain the habit of extra reading among the students.
With a subject as Management, it is important to be up to date with the
latest.
 To constantly upgrade the syllabi for a dynamic subject like Business
Management
Future plans
 To enhance the Research & Development Cell in accord to meet the high
level academic activities.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
MASTER OF BUSINEES ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT
1.
Name of The Department
: Master of Business Administration
2.
Year of Establishment
: 2007
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
PG : Master of Business Administration
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
 Research Methodology & Statistical Analysis
 Statistical Data Analysis Lab
 Business Communication Lab
 Quantitative Analysis for Business Decision
 Management information System
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)
1-1-22, 1-2-22, 2-1-22, 2-2-22
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
1.Managerial Economics and Financial Accounting
2. Management Science Subjects
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
NIL
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons
NIL
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9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
10.
Filled
Professors
00
00
Associate
Professors
00
00
Asst. Professors
12
12
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. Etc.,)
Name
M. Venkata
Ramana
DN V Krishana
Reddy
E. Sirisha
No. Of
Years
Qualifi Designati Specializati Of
Experie
cation on
on
nce
MBA
Asst.Profe
Marketing
ssor
No. Of Ph.D.
Students
Guided For The
Last 4 Years
13
0
MBA,
Asst.Prof.
(Ph.D)
Marketing
&
HR
7
0
MBA
Asst.Prof.
(M.Phil)
HR
9
0
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No. Of
Years
Qualifi Designati Specializati Of
Name
Experie
cation on
on
nce
Finance
MBA,
M.Bala Swamy M.Com, Asst.Prof.
&
4
(M.Phil)
Marketing
K.Srinivasarao
MBA,
Asst.Prof
M.Com
No. Of Ph.D.
Students
Guided For The
Last 4 Years
0
HR
5
0
Ch.Vinay Babu
MBA
Asst.Prof
Finance
3
0
K.Satyavani
MBA
Asst.Prof.
HR
3
0
T.Rambabu
MBA
Asst.Prof.
Finance
2
0
K.Gopi Krishna
MBA
Asst.Prof.
Marketing
11
0
2
0
J.Appaji
MBA
Asst.Prof.
Marketing
&
HR
Sd. Khaja
Azmath Pasha
MBA,
Asst.Prof
Finance
1
0
M.
Venkateswara
Rao
MBA
Asst.Prof
Finance
1
0
11. List of senior visiting faculty
Dr. M. Vijay Kumar
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12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) By temporary faculty 100%
13. Student –Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
PG : 1:15
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled
02
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with dsc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ mphil /
PG.
12
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International
funding agencies and grants received
NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
And total grants received
NIL
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
NIL
19. Publications:
∗
a) Publication per faculty
∗
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
05
(national /International) by faculty and students
∗
Number of publications listed in International
Database (For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory,
EBSCO host, etc.)
∗
Monographs
NIL
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∗
∗
∗
Chapter in Books
Books Edited
NIL
NIL
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of
publishers
NIL
∗
Citation Index
NIL
∗
SNIP
NIL
∗
SJR
NIL
∗
Impact factor
NIL
∗
h-index
NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:
NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a). National committees
b) International Committees
c) Editorial Boards :
01
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter departmental/programme:
NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 100%
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department
 On the date of 2012 April, Dr.A.R.Arya Sri visited the department
the details were below mentioned.
Dr. A.R. Arya Sri
Prof.& Head Of The Department
School Of Management Studies
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JNTUH ,Kukatpally,
Hyderabad
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of
funding a) National
 We conduct the national seminars Y-brains 2013 and
Y-Brains 2011
B) International
NIL
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
The below table shows course wise information
Name of the
Applications
Course/programm
e (refer question
MBA
no. 4)
*M = Male
Enrolled
received
*M
Selected
*F
Pass
percentag
90
90
33
57
e
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
% of students
% of students
% of
from the same
from other
student
state
States
s from
abroad
MBA
89
11
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.?
 All most all the students were from the rural back ground , that
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might be reason they could not able to compete with the national
level competitive tests, because of the language and general
awareness they could not able to manage. No one could not able
to get ranks since last three years in competitive tests .
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
NILL
PG to M.Phil.
NILL
PG to Ph.D.
NILL
Ph.D. To Post-Doctoral NILL
Employed
• Campus selection 11 +1
• Other than campus
recruitment
63%
Entrepreneurship/Sel
f-employment
37%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central Library is available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: 01 Room Available
d) Laboratories: Available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, Government or other agencies
 Nearly 95% of students got financial assistance from the
government of Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh.
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32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops /Seminar) with external experts
a) The seminar was conducted in the month of April 2012 with
Dr.A.R.Aryasri famous academician and Author – the details
were mentioned below.
Topic given by the Academician is on
“ Leader ship qualities and Goal Setting”
DATE:
2012 April,
Dr. A.R. Arya Sri
Prof.& Head Of The Department
School Of Management Studies
JNTUH
Kukatpally,
Hyderabad
b) The seminar was conducted on 31st oct 2014 by Mr. D. Srinivasa
Naik, Director of District Industrial Center, Khammam.
The details were mentioned below:
Topic: “Entrepreneurship Development Programme for Establishing
Industrial Units”
Date: 31st Oct 2014
Mr. D. Srinivasa Naik
Director
District Industrial Center,
Khammam.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
 The class room Teaching methods It is conduct to assess the
Managerial Attributes of the Candidates on parameters like:
Communication Skills
Leadership Skills
Rational Thought Process
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Analytical and rational thinking
Group Behavior
 Along with the subject knowledge, we adopting the methods such as……..
Interactive Class room Teaching
Experiential Learning
Audio and Video visuals
Case study method
Guest Lecturers
Industrial Visits
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities
S.No
Year
Name of the
Venue
Date(s)
Activity
1
2011
Blood Donation
Camp
MIST Sathupally 18-11-2012
2
2012
Road safety
Week
MIST Sathupally 01-01-2012 to 07-012012
3
2013
Blood Donation
Camp
MIST Sathupally 21-02-2013
4
2015
Swatch Bharat
MIST Sathupally 10-01-2015
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
“The will to win,
The desire to succeed,
The urge to reach your full potential...
These are the keys that will unlock the door to personal
excellence”.
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This famous quote is said by Confucius, who was a Chinese teacher,
editor, politician, and philosopher of the Chinese history.
Through this he beautifully expressed the will power of ours.
It is very right that if we want to success than we have to recognize our
strength and weakness.
We also understand that the SWOC analysis is very important tool to judge the
current situation and objectives of a business, but we can use it to determine
our objectives with respect to strength and weaknesses.
Here I also want to quote a stanza by a famous personality (unfortunately I am
missing his name) that….
“So it is said that if you know others and know yourself,
You will not be imperiled in a hundred battles;
If you do not know others but do know yourself,
You win one and lose one;
If you do not know others and do not know yourself,
You will be imperiled in every single battle” .
It is absolute correct that if we want to success than we have to know ourselves
very minutely as well as others.
I am applying SWOC analysis tool to analyze and probe MBA Department
deeper.
So instead of strengths and weaknesses of an organization they are MBA
Department own strengths & weaknesses.
I hope to use this MBA Department SWOC as a tool of Department -awareness
and useful for the Department Development. So here we go for this:
Strengths
1. The faculty had strong professional competence,
2. The faculty had outstanding leadership qualities,
3. Personal integrity, and
4. Sensitivity to ethical issues
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Weakness
1. Being Rural area the students are not inculcate to modern teaching
methodologies.
2. Being a poor family income back ground of the students , they should
not able to get the knowledge from the Technological sources .
Opportunities
Rural area people were eager to study MBA course
1. Strive to be the corporate community‟s choice as the destination for
Employment opportunities for the campus placements
2. To Establish a quality-driven centre of excellence in the business
educational sector.
Challenges
1. Being
Rural area the students have not good communication skills
and lack of English language knowledge, hence forth we would able to
provide the up to date knowledge and reach the timely goals.
2. To enable the students to become men and women for others, on
academic excellence, critical thinking, creative research and overall
personality development that includes character, moral courage to be
free to make the right choices and commitment to the poor and
marginalized.
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