Library

Overview

St. Peters Engineering College Library plays a vital role in meeting the present and anticipated future needs of its scientific community by selecting, acquiring, disseminating appropriate scientific and technical information through different channels of communication. Library initially was setup in 2007.

The college's central library is housed in a part of the block having a plinth area of early 767 sq.m. with a total seating capacity of 150. The Central library is stocked with 52255 books and also subscribed to 90 National and 12 International Journals and 11 Magazines. The active sections of the central library are computerized with 150 book issues and 150 active readers in the library per day. 

Digital library is well equipped systems to access E-journals J-Gate. In addition Multimedia E-Learning Center. NPTEL Facility (National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning) to access web & video lectures and Institutional Membership of DELNET (Inter- library loan) for resource sharing are available in the library.


The Central Library collectively supports the teaching, research and extension programmes of the Institute. All students, faculty members of the Institute are entitled to make use of the Library facilities by taking library membership. The Library, besides having a huge collection of books on Engineering, Science & Humanities offers library services through its various divisions. 

The Center Library is equipped with NewGenLib Software Package which is an Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) with Barcode Scanner that supports all in-house operations of the library. The Central Library can be accessed through the On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) within the campus premises.

 Competitive Examinations Cell

The novel feature of SPEC Library is the establishment of Competitive Examinations Cell with the main objective of providing reading material for student community preparing for various competitive examinations. The cell provides books and journals relating to Civil Services, Public Service Commission, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, GATE, UGC-NET and other competitive examinations.

Library Timings

  •  Working Days - 8:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Vision & Mission

Vision

Library aims to be best among engineering college libraries in the country. Library intends to incorporate the latest technology and adopt user friendly approach towards students and faculty. Library intends to offer comprehensive services related to dissemination of knowledge.

  • To provide quality service to the users.
  • To disseminate technical knowledge.
  • To offer modern tools for accessing information.
  • To network with leading libraries.

Mission

Library serves as a resource center and aims to develop a comprehensive collection of documents useful for faculty and students of the institute and provides an efficient dissemination of knowledge.

Services

  • Issues and Returns
  • Reference and Reading Section
  • Competitive Books
  • Open Access System
  • Journals/ Magazine/ Periodicals
  • Reprography Service
  • OPAC(Online Public Access Catalogue)
  • Library Automation
  • Digital Library(E-Journals/ E-Books/ NPTEL)
  • ILL (Inter Library Loan)
Department wise Number of Books, Journals And E Journals

S.NO

PROGRAMME

No of books available

No of Journals available

No of Titles

No of Volumes

National

International

J-Gate

e-Journals

B.TECH

1

EEE

792

7858

15

6

74

2

MECH

789

6875

9

0

183

3

ECE

1269

7238

24

6

204

4

CSE

1181

11858

18

0

347

5

CIVIL

401

1917

06

0

147

6

IT

160

760

12

0

0

7

S&H

811

15749

6

0

1050

Total

5403

52255

90

12

2005

Titles & Volumes

 

Year Wise Titles & Volumes Added

 

Academic Year

No of Titles added

No of New

Editions Added

No of New Volumes added

2019-20

172

82

991

2018-19

235

96

1660

2017-18

284

179

2039

 

 

 Year Wise National & International Journals   2017-18 to 2018-19

Year

National

International

Total

2019-20

101

12

113

2018-19

102

24

126

2017-18

105

20

125

E-Resources

E-Resources - Access Details

(Within the campus through INTRANET)

S.NO

E-Resources

Access

1

J-Gate

(Engineering Collection)

E-Journals

(2005 Full Text)

 

https://jgateplus.com

2

DELNET

 

http://164.100.247.26     

3

 NPTEL:  e-Learning VIDEO CONTENT

 

192.168.99.2/Local Guru/      

4

E-Content Developed by SPEC Faculty

 

EContent-SPEC Faculty

5

 Library OPAC

(Online Public Access catalogues our college)

 

http://192.168.66.114:8080/newgenlibctxt/

 

Rules & Contact Details

 

Library Rules

1.   Students & staff should enter their details in login Register before entering the Library.

2.   The students must carry their Identity cards to the library.

3.   The library user shall not engage in audible conversation in any part of the library.

4.   Cleanliness should be maintained in & around the library-cum-information centre.

5.   Open during 8.30am to 8.00pm on all working days.

6.   Two books can be borrowed at a time from the library.

7.   A book drawn by a student may be retained for 15 days. Book may be recalled at any time. The Book should be returned on or before the date last marked/Stamped otherwise a fine Rs 1 per day shall levy as per the Library Rules.

8.   Any book taken in/out of Library will be checked at the library gate.

9.   In case book is lost/damaged the borrower either have to replace the book of same edition or pay a price plus fine of Rs.50/-. In case of rare book Principal will impose a special fine.

10. Every student is required to produce their identity card with Library card for obtaining, no dues slip at the end of the session or leaving the Institute.

11. The principal on the recommendation of the librarian reserves the right to cancel the membership privilege of any student found misbehaving/committing thefts.

12. Members shall not bring printed materials, personal belongings and library books issued to them inside the library. They are to be kept at the property counter.

13. Members are responsible for any Damage Caused by them to the books or any other belongings of the library and in case of Damage caused he /she have to pay the penalty imposed by the Librarian.

14. Use of mobile phone in the library is prohibited.

15. Avoid making pencil/pen marks, underlining, scribbling and tearing pages in the books/journals. If any such things are noticed at the time of returning the books, borrower will be held responsible and appropriate fine will be collected.

16. Books marked “Not for Loan” and Reference Books will not be issued.

17. Consult the Library staff on duty for any other information, suggestions and issues.

CONTACT US 

S No

Name of the Staff

Teaching/Non-Teaching

Designation

Qualification

Experience

Date of Joining

Mobile

 

 

1

P.Anand Kumar

Teaching-Professional Staff

Librarian & H.O.D

B.Com , M.L.I.Sc ,PGDPMIR

20 years

01-11-2018

9492759264

 

 

4

M.Therejamma

Non Teaching-Professional Staff

Book Keeper

B.A.

8 years

 03-07-2012

 8639171601

 

Overview
Motto:
 The motto of the National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) is "Not Me, But You". It expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless services and appreciation of another man's point of view and also show consideration towards fellow human beings. It underlines the welfare of an individual most necessary as is ultimately leads to the welfare of the society as a whole. Therefore the N.S.S. should aim to demonstrate this motto in its day-to-day activities.

Objective

The main objective of National Service Scheme is personality development through social service or community service. This program aims at inculcating social welfare thoughts among the students by providing service to the society without any prejudice.

The college has a NSS unit, affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad  with an objective to develop the attitude of social service among the professional students and to make them into responsible citizens.

 

The following is the NSS committee of the college

 

S.No

Department

Faculty Coordinator

Student Coordinator

Contact Numbers

1

IT

 Mr. P.J.V Ratna Kumar

 (coordinator)

9963800644

1.yashmittal

2.S.Sahastra

9849837562

 

2

ECE

Mrs.M.JYOTHIRMAI

(9949053929)

1.K.Tarun Teja

2.K.Sravani

7095099723

9390321156

3

EEE

Mrs. D.DIVYA

(9494551198)

1.G.Nitish

2.S.S.Maha Lakshmi

9959555778

9346334269

4

MECH

Mr.M.Kranthi Kumar

(9032210481)

1.D.sandeep

2.V.Kowsik

9542666625

9494329686

5

H & S

Ms.N.Praveena

(9989802880)

1.K.Tejesh Reddy

2.H.Sushma

9492263451

8466813691

6

CIVIL

Mr.M.MAHESH

(9492450126)

1.Ravi  Chandra.P

2.N.Samskruthi

7675912932

7893807245

7 CSE

Mr.Satish

(8919544885)

1.D.Puneeth

2.E.Harshitha

7659079469

9390025959

They play the roles of an organiser, an educator, a coordinator, a supervisor, and administrator and a public relations person.

Functions and Responsibilities of NSS

  1. Making education more relevant to the present situation to meet the felt needs of the community and supplement the education of the university/college students by bringing them face to face with the rural situation;
  2. Providing opportunities to the students to play their role in planning and executing development projects which would not only help in creating durable community assets in rural areas and urban slums but also results in the improvement of quality of life of the economically and socially weaker sections of the community;
  3. Encouraging students and non-students to work together along with the adults in rural areas;
  4. Developing qualities of leadership by discovering the latent potential among the campers, both students as well as local youth (Rural and Urban), with a view to involve them more intimately in the development programme and also to ensure proper maintenance of the assets created during the camps;
  5. Emphasizing dignity of labor and self-help and the need for combining physical work with intellectual pursuits;
  6. Encouraging youth to participate enthusiastically in the process of national development and promote national integration, through corporate living and cooperative action.

 

 

ACTIVITIES 

 click here  NSS 2020-21 Activities.

 click here  NSS 2019-20 Activities.

 click here  NSS 2018-19 Activities.

 click here NSS  special Camp 2018

 click here  NSS 2017-18 Activities.

LIST OF ACTIVITES

S.NO

YEAR

NO. EVENTS

NO. OF PARTICPANTS

1

2019-20

03

500

2

2018-19

06

1000

3

2017-18

07

1276

4

2016-17

05

265

5

2015-16

01

550

6

2014-15

06

1020

7

2013-14

02

130

 St.Peter’s Engineering College is having 180 Mbps Internet connections, locally networked and connected through Wi-Fi. All the Laboratories of different department are having Internet facility connected through intelligent switches. The entire college campus covered with 28 Wi-Fi Access points to access Internet and Intranet educational resources.

     With this addition the college will provide internet and intranet access to all students for instructional purpose on par with colleges internationally

1. Available Internet connection:

  • Reliance Jio Digital (50mbps).
  • I-on online services (450mbps).

2. Wi-Fi facilities:

  • The department corridors are connected with wireless LAN infrastructure through the Access point.
  • 45 Wi-Fi Routers connected across the campus for Students.

Click here for Internet / ICT / Website Committee List AY 2021-22

Committee members upto 2020

 

    S.No

Name of the Faculty Member

  Department 

       Role

  1.  

Mrs.G.Deepthi

     CSE

  Coordinator

       2.

Mr. E. Shravan Kumar

     CSE

  Admin Member

       3.

Mr. Hari

      ECE

Member

       4.

Mr. Mohan Krishna

     EEE

Member

       5.

Mr. Diwakar Murthy

     Mech

Member

       6.

Mr.Mohd.Abdul Nadeem Akram

     Civil

Member

       7.

Mr. Ravi

     H&S

Member

 

OVER VIEW
 

Sports play an important role in the physical development of the students. Equal emphasis is laid on sports and games along with academics. Students are encouraged to participate and excel in sports in order to provide relaxation, channelise their energy, nurture competitive spirit, enhance team spirit and achieve leadership qualities. 

 

OBJECTIVES OF SPORTS AND GAMES

  • To promote the physical, social, emotional and the health of the students
  • To offer an opportunity for every individual to display and develop his/her skills in the various categories
  • To provide a base for positive leisure time. The sport and games department is structured in a way that the Games Tutor heads the department at college/campus level. The college/school teams are formed through inter-college, inter-campuses competitions. The best players are later selected to form the university teams.

FUNCTIONS OF THE CELL

  • To provide conducive environment/physical facilities where students will participate in various sports and games.
  • Prepare a sport calendar/Programme for the students and implement it
  • Plan and supervise students’ sports.
  • Procure sport equipment and kit.
  • Maintenance and repair of sport facilities.
  • Organize captains’ seminars.
  • Organize local and National fixture for the students.

The college teams of Football, Basketball, Volleyball and Cricket  participates in various local and state level tournaments. 

Students of this college have achieved remarkable feats as Winners and Runners-up ranging from the Inter-collegiate to National level in games and athletic events. There are also dedicated spaces for Indoor sport, including Table Tennis, Badminton, Chess, and Caroms. Our Outdoor facilities include a 400-metre athletic track and courts for Basketball, Volleyball, Football and Throw Ball.

SPORT REPORT 2018-19

SPORT REPORT 2019-20

SPORT REPORT 2020-21

SPORT PHOTO GALLERY 2018-21

COMMITTEE MEMBER:

FACULTY MEMBERS

S.No

Faculty Name

Department

Designation

1

M.Vinod

MECH

Coordinator

2

Dr. P.J.V. Ratna Kumar

PHYSICAL DIRECTOR

Coordinator

3 Abishek Singh PHYSICAL DIRECTOR Coordinator

3

Vasumathi

S&H

Member

5

Venkat

CSE

Member

6

Ch.Sanjeev

EEE

Member

7

A.Nagendra

MECH

Member

8

Mr.Mohd.Abdul Nadeem Akram

CIVIL

Member

   9

G.vasantha Rao

ECE

Member

 

STUDENT MEMBER

  S.No

Name Of The Student

 Department

1.

D.Rajinth Reddy

CIVIL

2.

V.Sreyas Reddy

EEE

3.

M.Krishna Vamsi

CSE

4.

G.Taranth

CSE

5.

B.Abhinaya

IT

6.

T.Charan

MECH

The College teams share facilities at the campus with the teams from College of ST.PETERS ENGINEERING COLLEGE.

Sl.No

Sport/Game

No Of Courts

Area

No. Of Players/Team

No. Of Players

1.

Shuttle

1

13.40/6.10 meters

4

4

2.

Throw ball

1

12.20/18.30 meters

12

12

3.

Basket ball

1

28.7/15.2 meters

12

12

4.

Volley ball

2

18/9 meters

12

24

5.

Football/Running Track

1

200 meters

30

30

6.

Table Tennis

2

23.77/10.97 mts

2

4

7.

Caroms

7

29 inches /four pockets corner

4

28

8.

Cricket field

1

20.12/2.64 mts

32

32

9.

Chess

5

2 1/2’'

2

10

10

Ball badminton

1

24/12meters

10

10

11

Cricket practice nets

2

70/24 feets

20

40

12

Kabaddi courts

2

13/10meters

20

40

                                                   Total No.of Players

246

 

 MAINTENANCE OF SPORTS ADN GAMES FACILITY 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Physical Director

Dr. P.J.V. Ratna Kumar
Asst. Professor in Physical Education
Dept. H&S
Phone: +91 9849560944

Abishek Singh
Physical Director
Phone: +91 8885159192

Overview

 

                                                                                          Policy
Quality Policy

Top management is committed to Students/ Parent requirements and expectations, efforts are made to meet them. 

A centre of excellence with quality infrastructure imparting value based education on par with International standards by adopting modern training methodologies and fulfilling the expectations of students and parents towards continuous improvements in education and placement. Utmost care is taken to maintain all types of accreditations.

Rules and Regulations
Students are subject to rules of conduct and behaviour framed by the authorities of the College.
College working hours are: 9.00 am to 4:20 pm.
Internal assessment is part of the evaluation. Please check the marks displayed on the notice board and bring any discrepancy to the notice of the Dean or HOD immediately. Change is not possible later.
As per JNTUH regulations, 75% attendance is compulsory. Otherwise, students cannot appear for the University Examinations. Absence from class must be justified with the concerned Dean. Absence for more than three days for reasons of health requires a medical certificate. Attendance shall be decided on case by case consideration.
Participation in co-curricular or extra-curricular activities inside or outside the campus is not counted as absence from class. Attendance will be counted only when a copy of the participation certificate or a note from the concerned teacher is produced immediately before the H.o.D or respective subject teacher.
It is necessary to score a minimum of 40% to pass in any subject in the semester examination.
Three internal examinations are conducted for I B.Tech, and average of the same is considered for internal assessment.
Two internal examinations are conducted for II,III & IV B.Tech and average of the same is considered for internal assesment.
The college takes note of serious misbehaviour, insubordination, habitual tardiness, irregular work habits or obscenity which are punishable by fine, suspension or dismissal.
The College is declared an alcohol-smoke-drug-free area and offenders will be dismissed immediately.
The students are required to wear college Identity Card on all college working days. Failure to wear the college identity card will be treated as misconduct and such students will be barred from entering the campus and class room.
Use of mobile phones is forbidden inside the academic block. The College has provided safe-lockers in different department for the convenience of the students. Students have to provide their own locks and the management is not responsible for the safety of valuables.
Students are required to dress appropriately on all working days.Round neck t-shirts,ripped jeans are not encouraged.Use of mobile phones is forbidden inside the academic block. The College has provided safe-lockers in different department for the convenience of the students. Students have to provide their own locks and the management is not responsible for the safety of valuables.
The students are instructed to follow all the safety regulations while conducting practicals in the laboratories and the management is not responsible for any physical damage or mishap that might occur out of students negligence.
Students vehicles may be parked and locked in the allotted place only. The College is not responsible for their safety.
Those who wish to leave College for any reason will be given a TC only on payment of all fees payable for the remaining semesters and clearing any other dues. Such students have to return any scholarship, stipend or financial assistance given.
Ragging, consuming alcohol and smoking are strictly prohibited in the college campus.

 

Overview

The SPEC canteen for the faculty and students ensures healthy and safe environment. The food quality is good and hygenic. The canteen contractor employees adequate number of catering staff for smooth and efficient running of canteen services. The food items are stored in clean and hygenic place free from pests. The canteen premises also has various outlets. 
Outlets

Click here for Canteen Committee List

Happiness Station:

coke station

 

 

Juice Point

Chat Centre

Fast Food Centre

 

Timings

Breakfast- 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Lunch- 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

 

Click here for Medical Committee List AY 2021-22

FUNCTIONS OF COMMITTEE

S.NO

Functions of the Cell

Po’s

1

Arrangements/monitoring of Fist –aid box in buses, All labs, Library, Sports and  Hostel

PO 8

2

Prepare Health cards for New Students and maintain Health cards for other students

PO 7

3

Counseling the students  by Doctor

PO 12

4

Provide an in house center for medical Emergencies.

PO 11

5

Availability of Ambulance in college for emergency.

PO 7

6

Provide regular check up to students  and faculty.

PO 9

 

Committee Members upto 2020:

S.No.

Name of the Member

Designation

Department

Position Held

1

Mrs. Rameshwari

Assoc. Professor

S&H

Coordinator

2

Mr.K.Hanmanthu

Assistant Professor

ECE

Member

3

Mr.C.GouriSainath

Assistant Professor

CSE

Member

4

Mrs.Udayasree

Assistant Professor

MECH

Member

5

Ms.Harika

Assistant Professor

EEE

Member

6

Ms.Renuka

Assistant Professor

CIVIL

Member

7

Dr. JoshiDaniel

Doctor

Medical

Member

8

Mrs.SumaParijatha

Nurse

Medical

Member

9

Finny Abraham

Psychiatrist

Medical

Member

10

Gunavardhan

Student

ECE

Member

11

D.Vaishali

Student

CSE

Member

12

N. Lahre

Student

CSE

Member

13

S. Gavish Reddy

Student

MECH

Member

14

K. TarunReddy

Student

EEE

Member

15.

Sahithi

Student

Civil

Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTO GALLERY OF EVENT CONDUCTED ON 2018-20

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