• Overview

    Electronics rules the modern world. It has profound influence and has become an integral part of every technology. With a mission to mould the students as the best technocrats and prepare them to face the ever changing challenges in the electronics industry. The Department of ECE commenced in the year 2007 with an intake of 60 and later expanded to accommodate 120 students in the academic year 2009. Later expanded to accommodate 180 students in the academic year 2013. Since 2013, the intake is 180,besides an additional 20% under lateral entry scheme.The department has the faculty members who have vast experience in the field in both industries and academics. The department has an Advisory Committee, which advises planning of academic matters and development of the laboratories and upgrading skills of the faculty.

    The department has computers with latest versions of computer software and hardware. All computers are connected through college LAN with 30 Mbps Internet facility for the use of students and faculty all the time.

    The department has the following full-fledged laboratories:

    1. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab.
    2. Basic Simulation Lab.
    3. Electrical Technology Lab.
    4. Electronic Circuits and Pulse Circuits Lab.
    5. Analog Communications Lab.
    6. IC Applications and HDL Simulation Lab.
    7. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab.
    8. Digital Signal Processing Lab.
    9. Microwave Engineering and Digital Communications Lab.

    The department library has 500 titles of text books for UG course. The number of project reports available in the library is 100 for UG. The department takes an active role in arranging expert lectures, guest lectures and Industrial visits for the benefit of students. Students are encouraged to take up industry oriented projects. The students are also motivated to present papers in student seminars, paper contests etc. at various conferences. The department organizes students counselling by the members of faculty to monitor regularity and discipline among students.  About 15 students are allotted to each teacher to guide, motivate and counsel them on academic and other matters. The teacher counselors regularly interact with the students and maintain registers on the progress of the students. Class teachers are allotted to check student’s attendance and punctuality. A Disciplinary Committee comprising of the senior faculty is constituted for maintaining discipline and dress code of the students. Some faculty members are allotted roster duties to check the punctuality of both the staff and students. The department constantly interacts with the alumni and seeks their advice on academic matters. Their suggestions are taken into consideration in various developmental activities of the department. Among the past four batches of students who have graduated so far, 200 students have been placed in reputed MNC's like Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Mahindra, Mahindra Satyam, Infosys Technologies Ltd, Robert Bosch, Computer Science Corporation, Convergys, Mphasis, Syntel etc. Some alumni have pursued higher studies in Engineering/Management in reputed Universities in India and abroad.

    Overview

    The field of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) has been pushing the envelope of almost all other disciplines, which use computing as a fundamental means of inquiry and tool for discovery. CSE offers exciting, intellectually challenging, and rapidly growing career opportunities.It is the least of where the action is, whether this means intelligent game playing, mobile applications, smart robots, cloud computing, data security, social networks or bio informatics. The fast changing technological scenario poses to the institute, a challenge of continuously updating its curriculum and faculty, to be able to provide state-of-the-art education and technology to the students. Changes, both major and subtle, have been made by the department of CSE to be well prepared for better tomorrow. The department of CSE was established in 2007 with an intake of 60, enhanced to 120 in 2009 and further to 180 in the year 2012, besides an additional 36 seats under lateral entry scheme.

    Computer Science and Engineering has two primary processes:

    1) Computer Hardware Design which includes an understanding of Design Methodologies for Electronic circuits , digital systems, computer architecture of integrated circuits.
    2) Computer software design which includes an understanding of design methodologies for programming, algorithms of data structures, operating systems, large-scale software development & the principles of computing as a wide variety of software applications across various computer languages.

    Teaching-Learning process is given at most priority in pursuit of improving the quality of technical education. Innovative teaching aids and methodologies are used by the department towards this goal. The efficiency of the Teaching-Learning process is reflected in the consistently excellent results being achieved every year.

    The department has been striving hard to inculcate conceptual and technical skills in students through a scientific teaching methodology based on lectures, case studies, seminars, group discussions, project works, assignments, quiz programs,coding clubs etc. The systematic and well planned approach to problem solving is emphasized in the classrooms, laboratories through the course projects and additional computer training beyond the scope of the syllabus. Teaching aids such as LCD Projector, OHP, CD demo, equipment demonstrations, models, charts etc are regularly used to enhance better understanding.

    The department has modern laboratories and also well equipped with LCD projectors in each lab to serve the teaching and research needs of the student and faculty. All systems are connected to the department LAN through fiber optic which is a part of the Institute wide area network.

    CSE department exclusively holds a Library for UG course.The department takes an active role in arranging expert lectures form Industry,Guest Lectures through eminent faculty from external colleges and Industrial Visits for the benefit of students.Students are encouraged to take up Industry Oriented projects.The students are highly motivated towards research to build up various projects using upcoming technologies.Besides these students are also motivated to present papers in various publications, journals,seminars etc.

    The department organises students counselling by the members of faculty to monitor regularity and discipline among students.A disciplinary committe comprising of the senior faculty is constituted for maintaining discipline and dress code of the students.The department consists of a First and Second persons under HOD to take care of the overall activity,discipline etc of the department.

     

    Overview

    The department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was established during the inception of the institute in 2007. Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality education, training and research at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in various areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with broad emphasis on design aspects of Electrical & Electronic systems.

    The institution has good infrastructure and high quality laboratory equipments and the campus provides opportunities for developing extracurricular skills which include NCC, NSS, Students Chapters of IEEE and ISTE, EEE club, social clubs, sports & games. The department conducts several industrial visits, workshops, seminars and guest lecturs from IIT’s, JNTU’s, government and private sectors.

    The department has well-qualified faculty members. The entire faculty holds postgraduate degree in different specializations. The faculty of the department has been involved in several research projects and publications in many national and international journals and conferences.

    Department of EEE has recently received grants amounting to Rs. 20Lakhs from AICTE, to strengthen the research facility for the development in design and development of power system etc. Besides teaching the students of our discipline, we also offer the basic courses in Electrical Engineering to all the Departments. We also teach advanced-level courses to the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Alumni of this institution have excelled in various spheres and are positioned very well globally in a number of leading Government, Public Sector & Private Organizations.

    The department offers the following degrees:

    • Diploma in Electronics & Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students.
    • B. Tech. in Electronics & Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students.
    • M. Tech in the following specialization:
      1. Electrical Power Systems.

    Overview

    The department was established in the year 2010 with an intake of 60 and increasing to 120 in 2013. Mechanical Engineering is a fast growing discipline in tune with the demands in the areas of Infrastructure and Manufacturing. The department has well equipped laboratories as per university norms with an emphasis on practical approach and skills. The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty.Of the many engineering disciplines, Mechanical Engineering is the broadest, encompassing a wide variety of engineering fields and many specialties. Although it is commonly assumed that Mechanical Engineers are Automotive Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers in fact, Mechanical Engineers are employed in an enormous range of technical areas including: acoustics, air-conditioning, automatic controls, engineering design, computer-aided design, energy management, fluid dynamics, tribology, robotics, biomechanics, and turbo machinery, Nanotechnology etc.

    Mechanical Engineering is a challenging, rewarding, and highly respected profession. The goal of the Mechanical Engineering department is to prepare students for entry into the Mechanical Engineering profession, and is designed to meet a carefully planned set of educational objectives. We strive to prepare our students for good employability in the area of Mechanical Engineering. Technical Association 'MACHINE' is established with its main objective to explore new areas of Research and latest technologies in industry. To fulfil this objective a series of technical workshops, seminars, technical fests and guest lectures are being conducted every year. The students are encouraged to present papers and participate in various technical events at national level.

    Overview

    The department was established in the year 2010 with an intake of 60 and increasing to 120 in 2013. Mechanical Engineering is a fast growing discipline in tune with the demands in the areas of Infrastructure and Manufacturing. The department has well equipped laboratories as per university norms with an emphasis on practical approach and skills. The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty.Of the many engineering disciplines, Mechanical Engineering is the broadest, encompassing a wide variety of engineering fields and many specialties. Although it is commonly assumed that Mechanical Engineers are Automotive Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers in fact, Mechanical Engineers are employed in an enormous range of technical areas including: acoustics, air-conditioning, automatic controls, engineering design, computer-aided design, energy management, fluid dynamics, tribology, robotics, biomechanics, and turbo machinery, Nanotechnology etc.

    Mechanical Engineering is a challenging, rewarding, and highly respected profession. The goal of the Mechanical Engineering department is to prepare students for entry into the Mechanical Engineering profession, and is designed to meet a carefully planned set of educational objectives. We strive to prepare our students for good employability in the area of Mechanical Engineering. Technical Association 'MACHINE' is established with its main objective to explore new areas of Research and latest technologies in industry. To fulfil this objective a series of technical workshops, seminars, technical fests and guest lectures are being conducted every year. The students are encouraged to present papers and participate in various technical events at national level.

    Overview

    Civil Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. Civil engineering is the second-oldest engineering discipline after Military Engineering, and it is defined to distinguish non-military engineering from Military Engineering. It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines including Architectural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Control Engineering, Structural Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Forensic Engineering, Municipal or Urban Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Materials Engineering, Wastewater Engineering, Offshore Engineering, Facade Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Coastal Engineering, Construction Surveying, and Construction Engineering.

    Civil engineering takes place in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.

    Overview

    The department comprises of seven disciplines namely, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physical Education and Library Sciences. The prime focus of the department is to provide a conceptual base in Basic Sciences which form a foundation to the Engineering subjects and it is instrumental in grooming the students into competent Engineers and individuals through training in Soft Skills, to compete for global opportunities. In view of the rapid development of knowledge and the technological changes, the department seeks to strengthen itself by integrating it with the engineering departments for a productive knowledge base.

    The department has been encouraging the conduct of workshops and seminars to enable the faculty to keep abreast of the knowledge and methodologies in the respective fields of research. The present intake is 600 spared across 5 branches. All the first year students are administered by the department. It is a full fledged department consisting of experienced and well qualified members of faculty in their subjects and committed to their profession.

    Laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and English language are fully equipped with modern equipments to meet the requirements of the syllabi and replenished as and when necessary. All the class rooms for I-B.Tech are established in well furnished independent building with a congenial atmosphere.

    Vision and Mission

    Vision

    To evolve the department as a centre of excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering education in the country, to train students in contemporary technologies to meet the needs of global industry and to develop them into skilful engineers imbued with knowledge of core as well as inter-disciplinary domains, human values and professional ethics.

    Mission

    DM1.To adopt pedagogical processes and environment to meet the educational objectives and outcomes of Emerging Technologies in the field of Electronics.

    DM2.To prepare for higher education, employment, Intellectual professional attitude, Industrial research aptitude, life long learning, entrepreneurial practices, ethical values and social concern.

    DM3.To impart knowledge in the field of Electronics and its related areas with a focus on developing the required competencies and virtues to meet the requirements of society.

    PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    PEO1: Graduates shall have a solid foundation and in-depth knowledge in engineering, science, and technology for a successful career in Electronics and Communication Engineering.

    PEO2: Graduates shall become effective collaborators ‘or’ innovators in efforts to address social, technical and engineering challenges with continuous learning.

    PEO3: Graduates shall engage in professional development through self-study, post-graduation, and research.

    PEO4: Graduates shall have integrity, professional and ethical values, team spirit and good communication skills.

    Program Outcomes

    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Program specific outcomes:

    PSO1: EMERING TECHNOLOGIES USAGE: Ability to use electronic modern IT tools(both hardware& software) for the design and analysis of complex electronic systems for additional research activities.
    PSO2: CAPABILITY TO COMPREHEND AND APPLY: Should be able to Apply the concepts and applications in the field of  communication/networking signal processing,embedded systems and semiconductor technology for excellent adaptability, good interpersonal skills with professional ethics and social responsibilities.

    Courses

    I B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-I

    Question Bank

    English Language Communication Skills Lab

    Engineering Chemistry

    Question Bank

    Engineering Workshop

    Engineering Physics-I

    Question Bank

     

    Professional Communication in English

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Mechanics   

    Question Bank

     

    Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

     

    I B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Engineering Physics-II

    Question Bank

    Engineering Chemistry Lab    

    Mathematics-II

    Question Bank 

    Engineering Physics Lab

    Mathematics-III

    Question Bank

    Computer Programming in C Lab

    Computer Programming in C

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Graphics

    Question Bank

     

     

    II B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics - III

    Question Bank

    Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

    Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes

    Question Bank

    Basic Simulation Lab

    Switching Theory and Logic Design

    Question Bank

     

    Electrical Circuits

    Question Bank

     

    Electronic Devices and Circuits

    Question Bank

     

    Signals and Systems

    Question Bank

     

     

    II B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Environmental Studies

    Question Bank

    Electrical Technology Lab

    Principles of Electrical Engineering

    Question Bank

    Electronic Circuits and Pulse Circuits Lab

    Electronic Circuit Analysis

    Question Bank

     

    Pulse and Digital Circuits

    Question Bank

     

    Electromagnetic Theory and Transmission Line

    Question Bank

     

    Digital Design using Verilog HDL

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Control Systems Engineering

    Question Bank

    Analog Communications Lab

    Computer Organization and Operating Systems

    Question Bank

    IC Applications and HDL Simulation Lab

    Antennas and Wave Propagation

    Question Bank

     

    Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation

    Question Bank

     

    Analog Communications

    Question Bank

     

    Linear and Digital IC Applications

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis

    Question Bank

    Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab  

    Digital Communications

    Question Bank

    Digital Signal Processing Lab

    VLSI Design

    Question Bank

     

    Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

    Question Bank

     

    Digital Signal Processing

    Question Bank

     

    Open Elective

    XXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    IV B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Management Science

    Question Bank

    Advanced Communication Skills Lab

    Microwave Engineering  

    Question Bank

    Microwave Engineering and Digital Communications Lab

    Computer Networks

    Question Bank

     

    Cellular and Mobile Communications

    Question Bank

     

    Elective - I

    XXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

    Elective - II

    XXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

     

    IV B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Elective - III 

    Question Bank

    Industry Oriented Mini Project

    Elective - IV    

    Question Bank 

    Seminar

    Elective-V

    Question Bank

    Project Work

     

    Comprehensive Viva

     

    Electives

    Open Elective

    Disaster Management
    Intellectual Property Rights    
    Human Values and Professional Ethics

    Elective - I

    Digital Image Processing
    Multimedia and Signal Coding
    Object Oriented Programming through Java

    Elective - II     

    Television Engineering
    Optical Communications
    Embedded System Design

    Elective - III

    Satellite Communications
    Biomedical Instrumentations
    Artificial Neural Networks

    Elective - IV     
    Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks
    Radar Systems
    Network Security    

    Elective - IV     
    Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks
    Radar Systems
    Network Security

    Faculty Details

    S.No.

    Faculty Name

    Designation

    Qualification

    Specialization

    1 Dr. Pujari. LAKSHMI DEVI Professor & HoD PhD Digital Systems and Computer Electronics

    2

    Dr.M.Lakshmi Narsimhacharyulu

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D

    Wireless Communication

    3

     

    Dr.K.Padmanabham

    Professor

    Ph.D.

    Advanced Electronics

    4 Dr.K.Srinivasulu Associate Professor Ph.D. Embedded Systems/Image Processing

    5

    Mrs.M.Jyothirami

    Associate Professor

    M.Tech., (Ph.D)

    Instrumentation and control systems

    6

    Mrs.B.KanakaDurga

    Associate Professor

    M.Tech., (Ph.D)

    DSCE

    7

    Mr.SarathManohar

    Babu

    Associate Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    8

    Mrs.S.Nagajyothi

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    9

    Mr.B.Ramesh

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    10

    Mrs.S.Iswariya

    Assistant Professor

    M.E.

    VLSI Design

    11

    Mr.I.Obulesu

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    12

    Mr.A.Hari

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    DECS

    13

    Ms.P.Madhuri

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    14

    Mrs.Radhika

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    15

    Mr.M.Hanumanthu

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    VLSI System Design

    16

    Mr.DhanujeyaRao

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    VLSI Design

    17

    Mr.Raju

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Digital Systems & Computer Electronics

    18

    Mrs.Padma

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Embedded System

    19

    Mr.G.Narsimulu

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.

    Digital Systems

    20 Mr.S.K.Nagul Meera Assistant Professor M.Tech VLSI Design
    21 Mr.Balaji Assistant Professor M.Tech Communication Engineering
    22 Ms.N.Swathi Assistant Professor M.Tech Embedded Systems
    23 Mr.D.Suresh Babu Assistant Professor M.Tech VLSI Design
     

     

    Academic Excellence

    H.T.No

    Name

        Academic Year

      Percentage

    07BK1A0232

       N.Pankal Singh

          2007-2011

       79.00%

    08BK1A0254

       S.Praneethi

          2008-2012

       80.00%

    09BK1A0229

      N.Rama Krishna

          2009-2013

       84.33%

    09BK1A0243

      Sabi Kumari

          2009-2013

       84.32%

    10BK1A0222

      G.Vani

          2010-2014

       81.60%

    11BK1A0261

      T.H.D.N. Sindhu

          2011-2015

       83.60%

    12BK1A04E5

      K.SANDHYA RANI

          2012-2016

       81.42%

    13BK1A0419

      D. SWATHI DURGA

          2013-2017

       81.05%

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    To emerge as a centre for computer technology meeting the needs of society.

    Mission

    DM1:     To provide quality education towards academic and industry requirements.

    DM2:     To offer state-of-art infrastructure for research and professional skill development  through value added programs.

    DM3:     To promote student centric activities that encourage  interpersonal skills.

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    To become a hub of excellence for sustainable solutions of societal needs in the area of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

    Mission

    DM1:  To practise student centric teaching learning methodologies that leads to knowledge, skill and leadership abilities.

     DM2: To provide state of the art facilities that facilitate  learning

    DM3: To promote  research in recent trends of electrical engineering with ethical responsibility

    DM4: To provide skill oriented trainings on latest technologies with collaboration.

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research leading to well-qualified engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in solving problems of society.

    Mission

    •Imparting quality education to students to enhance their skills and make them globally competitive.
    •Prepare its graduates to pursue life-long learning, serve the profession and meet intellectual, ethical and career challenges.
    •To train students to take up projects in core and inter-disciplinary areas in tune.

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    Strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education, research leading to well-qualified engineers with innovative, entrepreneurial and societal problem solving skills.

    Mission

    DM1 Provide a conducive environment, facilities for quality education to students to enhance the skills and produce globally competitive engineers.

    DM2 Prepare graduates to pursue lifelong learning, serve the profession, meet intellectual, ethical and career challenges.

    DM3 To train students to take up projects in automobile, design and inter-disciplinary areas.

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    To become a school of excellence that brings out Civil Engineers of global standards with high technical competencies and promotes high end innovation research to meet the current and future challenges in Civil Engineering.

    Mission

    DM1. To provide quality education in order to prepare globally competitive Civil Engineers capable of producing innovative designs and practical, workable solutions to meet the new challenges in Civil Engineering.

    DM2. To innovate in the field of Civil Engineering to produce multiple solutions to unique problems.

    DM3. To create an atmosphere conducive to learn cutting edge technology and entrepreneurship in the service of the nation 

    Vision And Mission

    Vision

    To promote quality education, accessible to the varied branches of Engineering course without any discrimination of caste, creed, colour, sex and religion and help students discover their true potential through the Humanities and Sciences Department.

    Mission

    •To provide integrated, continuous and wholesome development of students by equipping them with knowledge and skills, social values and ethics, scientific attitude and orientations for lifelong education to mould them into useful citizens of the society.
    •To create an environment conducive to expanding the total participation of the students, faculty, staff and management.
    •In making the institution a centre of excellence imparting quality technical education and also to arm the students with the competence to be at the forefront of cutting edge technology and entrepreneurship in highly competitive global market.

    PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

    Program Educational Objectives

    PEO 1 Learn and Integrate

    Graduates shall apply knowledge to solve computer science and allied engineering problems with continuous learning.

    PEO 2 Think and Create

    Graduates are inculcated with a passion towards higher education and research with social responsibility.

    PEO 3 Communicate And Organize

    Graduates shall pursue career in industry, empowered with professional and interpersonal skills.

    Program Outcomes
    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Program specific outcomes:

    PSO-1 APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING DOMAIN AND RESEARCH:

    Able to use the professional , managerial, interdisciplinary skill set , and domain specific tools, in development processes , identify the research gaps , and provide innovative solutions to them.

    PSO-2 COMPETITIVE APPLICATIVE: An ability to succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, TOEFL,GRE etc.

    PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    PEO 1 Learn & Implement: Graduates will be able to formulate, implement and analyze sustainable solutions.

    PEO 2 Apply & Accelerate: Graduates shall apply skills to accelerate the growth of industries with professional values

    PEO 3 Interpersonal Skills: Graduate shall exhibit interpersonal skills and become a continuous learner

    Program Outcomes

    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Programme specific outcomes (PsOS)

    PSO 1. An ability to endeavor the public and private sector, national level examination and interviews successfully.

    PSO2. An ability to design solutions for Electrical transmission and distribution systems.

    PSO3. An ability to undertake research in power electronics and power systems.

    Objectives And Outcomes

    Educational Objectives

    Program Educational Objectives
    PEO1:

    Domain Knowledge: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC would have sound grip over fundamentals of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. They would be able to analyze and synthesize any mechanical Engineering oriented problem. It includes various specializations like Thermal, Design &Production

    PEO2:

    Professional Employment: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC will be able to get into any core industry (Automobile & Manufacturing) and contribute towards the growth of the industry. They also will have potential to shine in Government Organizations and R&D establishments. They can also get into Aerospace based industries.

    PEO3:

    Higher Degrees: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC will succeed in the pursuit of advanced degrees in the field of Mechanical Engineering and management studies and area of Mechanical Engineering applications like CAD/CAM/CAE.

    PEO4:

    Engineering Citizenship: Graduates of MECH-SPEC will be prepared to communicate and work effectively on team-based engineering projects and will practice the ethics of their Profession consistent with a sense of social responsibility.

    PEO5:

    Lifelong Learning: Graduates of MECH-SPEC will recognize the importance of, and have the skills for, continued independent learning to become experts in their chosen fields and to broaden their professional knowledge.

    Program Outcomes
    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.

    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    PEO`s , PO`s and PSO's

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    PEO: 1

    Graduates shall have the ability to apply the knowledge across the disciplines in emerging areas of Civil Engineering for higher studies, research, and employability to handle realistic problems.

    PEO: 2

    Graduate shall have good communication skills to possess ethical conduct and sense of responsibility to serve the society and protect the environment.

    PEO: 3

    Graduate shall have strong foundation in academic excellence, soft skills, managerial skills, leadership qualities and understand the need for lifelong learning for a successful professional career.

    Program Outcomes
    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    PSO's:

    PSO 1. FORESIGHT: An ability to forecast the projected problems and their solutions in the
    life cycle of a civil engineering endeavour.
    PSO 2. INNOVATION: An ability to design innovative, economical and practical solutions to
    the emerging civil engineering challenges using renewable resources.
     

    Courses

    I B.Tech I Semester(Common for CSE,ECE,EEE)

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-I

    Question Bank

    English Language Communication Skills Lab

    Engineering Chemistry

    Question Bank

    Engineering Workshop

    Engineering Physics-I

    Question Bank

     

    Professional Communication in English

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Mechanics   

    Question Bank

     

    Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

     

    I B.Tech I Semester(Common for ME,CE)

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-I

    Question Bank

    Engineering Physics Lab

    Mathematics-II

    Question Bank

    Computer Programming in C Lab

    Engineering Physics

    Question Bank

     

    Computer Programming in C

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Mechanics 

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Graphics

    Question Bank

     

     

    I B.Tech II Semester(Common for CSE,ECE,EEE)

    Theory

    Practical

    Engineering Physics-II

    Question Bank

    Engineering Chemistry Lab    

    Mathematics-II

     Question Bank

    Engineering Physics Lab

    Mathematics-III

    Question Bank

    Computer Programming in C Lab

    Computer Programming in C

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Graphics

    Question Bank

     

     

    I B.Tech II Semester(Common For ME,CE)

    Theory

    Practical

    Applied Physics

    Question Bank

    Engineering Chemistry Lab

    Engineering Chemistry

    Question Bank

    English Language Communication Skills Lab

    Mathematics-III

    Question Bank

    Engineering Workshop

    Professional Communication in English

    Question Bank

     

    Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

    Academic Calendar

    Academic Calendar

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Academic Calendar

    Academic Calendar

    Academic Calendar

    Academic Calendar

    PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    PEO 1

    Domain Knowledge: Graduates would have sounded grip on Mathematics, Physical Sciences fundamentals, capable to break down and synthesize any mechanical engineering problem.

    PEO 2

    Professional Employment: Graduates will be able to contribute to the growth of any core industry (Automobile, Aerospace& Manufacturing), Government Organizations and R&D establishments.

    PEO 3

    Higher Degrees: Graduates will pursue advanced degrees in CAD/CAM, Mechanical, Allied Engineering and management studies.

    PEO 4

    Engineering Citizenship:Graduates will be prepared to communicate, work effectively in team-based engineering projects and practice professional ethics consistent with a sense of social responsibility.

    PEO 5

    Lifelong Learning: Graduates will have continuous learning skills to become experts in the chosen domains and contribute to professional knowledge.

    Program Outcomes
    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs):

    PSO1 ANALYSIS: To produce engineering professional capable of synthesizing and analyzing mechanical systems including allied engineering streams.

    PSO2 INTEGRATE: An ability to adopt and integrate current technologies in the design and manufacturing domain to enhance efficiency.

    Courses

    I B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-I

    Question Bank

    Engineering Physics Lab

    Mathematics-II

    Question Bank

    Computer Programming in C Lab

    Engineering Physics

    Question Bank

     

    Computer Programming in C

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Mechanics 

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Graphics

    Question Bank

     

     

    I B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Applied Physics

    Question Bank

    Engineering Chemistry Lab

    Engineering Chemistry

    Question Bank

    English Language Communication Skills Lab

    Mathematics-III

    Question Bank

    Engineering Workshop

    Professional Communication in English

    Question Bank

     

    Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

     

    II B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Environmental Studies

    Question Bank

    Electrical and Electronics Engineering lab

    Probability and Statistics

    Question Bank

    Metallurgy & Mechanics of Solids Lab

    Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

    Mechanics of Solids

    Question Bank

     

    Thermodynamics

    Question Bank

     

    Metallurgy and Materials Science

    Question Bank

     

     

    II B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Production Technology

    Question Bank

    Production Technology Lab

    Kinematics of Machinery

    Question Bank

    Mechanics of Fluids & Hydraulic Machines Lab

    Thermal Engineering -I

    Question Bank

     

    Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines

    Question Bank

     

    Machine Drawing

    Question Bank

     

    Mathematics –II

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis

    Question Bank

    Machine Tools & Metrology Lab                    

    Engineering Metrology

    Question Bank

    Thermal Engineering Lab

    Dynamics of Machinery

    Question Bank

     

    Machine Tools

    Question Bank

     

    Design of Machine Members – I

    Question Bank

     

    Thermal Engineering -II

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Automobile Engineering

    Question Bank

     

    Heat Transfer Lab

    Finite Element Methods

    Question Bank

    Advanced Communication Skills Lab

    Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

    Question Bank

     

    Design of Machine Members – II

    Question Bank

     

    Heat Transfer

    Question Bank

     

    Open Elective

    XXXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    IV B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Operations Research

    Question Bank

    Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab

    Power Plant Engineering                          

    Question Bank

    Production Drawing Practice and Instrumentation Lab

    CAD/CAM       

    Question Bank                                              

     

    Instrumentation and Control Systems

    Question Bank

     

    Elective - I

    XXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     


    Elective - II

    XXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    IV B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Production Planning and Control

    Question Bank

    Industry Oriented Mini Project          

    Elective - III

    XXXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

    Seminar

    Elective-IV

    XXXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

    Project Work

     

    Comprehensive Viva

     

    Electives

    Open Elective     

    Disaster Management
    Intellectual Property Rights    
    Human Values and Professional Ethics

    Elective - I

    Robotics
    Mechanical Vibrations
    Mechatronics
    Mechanics of Composite Materials
    Industrial Management

    Elective - II     

    Unconventional Machining Process
    CNC Technology
    Automation Manufacturing        
    Design for Manufacturing
    Nanotechnology

    Elective - III

    Artificial Neural Networks
    Total Quality Management
    Maintenance and Safety Engineering
    Plant Layout Material Handling

    Elective - IV

    Renewable Energy Sources
    Jet Propulsion & Rocket Engineering
    Computational and Fluid Dynamics
    Gas Dynamics

     

    Courses

    I B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-I

    Question Bank

    Engineering Physics Lab

     

    Mathematics-II

    Question Bank

    Computer Programming in C Lab

     

    Engineering Physics

    Question Bank

     

    Computer Programming in C

    Question Bank

     

    Engineering Mechanics 

    Question Bank

     

     

    Engineering Graphics

     

     

    I B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Applied Physics

    Question Bank

    Engineering Chemistry Lab

    Engineering Chemistry

    Question Bank

    English Language Communication Skills Lab

    Mathematics-III

    Question Bank

    Engineering Workshop

    Professional Communication in English

    Question Bank

     

    Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

     

     

     

    II B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Mathematics-II

    Question Bank

    Surveying Lab-I

    Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    Question Bank

    Strength of Materials Lab                                 

    Strength of Materials –I

    Question Bank

     

    Surveying

    Question Bank

     

    Fluid Mechanics

    Question Bank

     

    Managerial Economics and Financial  Analysis

    Question Bank

     

     

    II B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Environmental Studies                              

    Question Bank

     

    Computer Aided Drafting of Buildings                

    Probability & Statistics

    Question Bank

    Surveying Lab- II

    Strength of Materials - II

    Question Bank

     

    Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery

    Question Bank

     

    Structural Analysis –I

    Question Bank

     

    Building Materials, Construction & Planning

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Concrete Technology

    Question Bank

    Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab               

    Reinforced Concrete Structures Design and Drawing

    Question Bank

    Engineering Geology Lab

    Engineering Geology

    Question Bank

     

    Geotechnical Engineering

    Question Bank

     

    Water Resources Engineering-I

    Question Bank

     

    Open Elective

    XXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    III B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Geotechnical Energy-II

    Question Bank

    Geotechnical Engineering Lab

    Design of Steel Structures      

    Question Bank                         

    Advanced Communication Skills Lab

    Construction Technology and Project Management   

    Question Bank                                     

                                                                                      

    Environmental Engineering

    Question Bank

     

    Transportation Engineering-I

    Question Bank

     

    Water Resources Engineering-II

    Question Bank

     

    Elective-I

    XXXXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    IV B.Tech I Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Remote Sensing and GIS

    Question Bank

    Environmental Engineering Lab

    Transportation Engineering-II             

    Question Bank

    Concrete and Highway Materials Lab

    Estimating and Costing

    Question Bank

     

    Elective-II

    XXXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

    Elective-III

    XXXXXXXXX

    Question Bank

     

     

    IV B.Tech II Semester

    Theory

    Practical

    Prestressed Concrete Structures

    Question Bank

    Industry Oriented Mini Project 

    Construction Management

    Question Bank

    Seminar

    Elective-IV

    XXXXXXX

    Question Bank

    Project Work

     

    Comprehensive Viva

     

    Electives

    Open Elective     

    Disaster Management
    Intellectual Property Rights    
    Human Values and Professional Ethics

    Elective - I

    Elements of Earthquake Engineering
    Ground Improvement Techniques
    Ground Water Hydrology
    Environmental Impact Assessment
    Principles of Entrepreneurship

    Elective - II     

    Finite Endlement Methods
    Advanced Fouation Engineering
    Watershed Management
    Air Pollution and Control

    Elective - III

    Advanced Structural Design
    Earth and Rock Filled Dams and Slope Stability  

    Water Resources System Analysis
    Industrial Water Treatment

    Elective - IV

    Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Structures
    Geo-Environmental Engineering
    Design and Drawing of Irrigation Structures
    Solid Waste Management

     

    Faculty Details

     

    S.No.

    Faculty Names

    Designation

    Qualification

    Specialization

    MATHS

    1

    Dr.R.Lakshmi

    Professor

    B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D

    Maths

    2

    Mrs. P.Rameshwari

     Assoc. Prof.

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    3

    Mrs.P.Amaleshwari

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    4

    Mrs.M.K.Vasumathy

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    5

    Mrs.M.S.Kiranmai

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    6

    Mr.Yogeshwar

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    7

    Mr.Venkat Reddy .L

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Maths

    PHYSICS

    8

    Sri.T.R.P.Mukharjee

     Assoc. Prof.

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Physics

    9

    Ms.K.Spandhana

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Physics

    10

    Mr.K.Ravi Kumar

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Physics

    11  Ms.Neelima Asst Prof B.Sc, M.Sc Physics

    CHEMISTRY

    12

    Dr.P.Padmaja

     Assoc. Prof.

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Chemistry

    13

    Ms.S.Revathi

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Chemistry

    14

    Mr.Gaurav Singh

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc

    Chemistry

    15

    Dr. Bathini Srinivas

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc,Ph.D

    Chemistry

    16

    Dr.C.Suryanarayana Sarma

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, M.Sc,Ph.D

    Chemistry

    17 Dr.Marri Pradeep Kumar Asso. Prof B.Sc, M.Sc,Ph.D Chemistry

    ENGLISH

    18 Dr.K.Rajesh Asst.Prof PhD English
    19 Dr.M.Uma Devi Asst.Prof PhD English

    20

    Mrs.G.Shailaja Reddy

    Asst. Prof

    B.Com,M.A

    English

    21

    Mr.Victor Emmanuel G. Raju

    Asst. Prof

    B.A, M.A

    English

    22

    Mrs.K.Asha Latha 

    Asst. Prof

    B.A, M.A

    English

    23

    Mr.Mopidevi Saahul

    Asst. Prof

    B.A, M.A

    English

    24 Mr.Ananda Kumar Asst. Prof B.A, M.A, M.Phil English

    EVS

    25

    Dr. G. Dhana Sri

    Professor

    B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D

     

    OTHERS

    26

    Dr.T.Shanmuga Priya

    Asso. Prof

    B.Sc, MBA, Ph.D

    MBA

    27

    Mr.N.Ramakrishna

    Asst. Prof

    B.Sc, MBA, (Ph.D)

    MBA

    28 Mr.Sridhar Thangallapally Asst Prof MBA  

    29

    Dr.P.J.V.Ratna Kumar

    Physical Director

    M.P.Ed,M.Phill, Ph.D

     

    Overview

    The Department of Information Technology emerged in the year 2019 offers quality education to the budding young technocrats. Department offers B.Tech Information Technology Programme with an intake of 120. The department is manned by an energetic team of qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty members. The department distinguishes itself by producing competent software and networking professionals to fit today’s requirements. The department provides in-depth technical knowledge and opportunities for innovation and research. The department is equipped with modern Laboratories to meet the thrust areas of Industry. The department has ICT classrooms and network facilities to support e-learning, innovative teaching and research.

    The Department has faculty members specialized in Data mining, Computer Networks, Network Security,  Big Data Analytics, Image Processing, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing and Mobile Computing.

    Vision

    To evolve as center of excellence in education and research by producing technically competent and innovative IT professionals to meet global challenges.

    Mission

    • To provide quality education in both theoretical and applied concepts of Information Technology
    • To create an atmosphere for students and faculty for continuous learning, involve in research, apply and transfer technology
    • To achieve effective interaction between industry and institution and develop indigenous and appropriate technologies beneficial to the society

    Program Outcomes

    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Faculty Details

    S.No.

    Name

    Qualification

    Designation

    Specialization

    1

    Dr.M.Sharadavaralakshmi

    Ph.D

    Dean Academics & HOD

    CSE

    2

    Dr.Diana Moses

    Ph.D

    Professor

    CSE

    3 Dr.R.Rajasekar Ph.D Professor CSE
    4 Dr.Shaheen Ph.D Professor CSE

    5

    Dr.K.Satish Kumar

    Ph.D

    Professor

    CSE

    6 Dr.A.Anjaiah Ph.D Professor CSE

    7

    Mrs.M.Kamala

    M.Tech

    Assoc.Prof

    CSE

    8

    Mr.K.David Raju

    M.Tech

    Assoc.Prof

    CSE

    9

    Mrs.S.Sudeshna

    M.Tech

    Assoc.Prof

    CSE

    10

    Mrs.K.Shravani

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    11

    Mr.U.Shiva Krishna

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    12

    Mrs.K.Madhavi

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    13

    Mrs.P.Nethrasri

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    14

    Mr.K.Venkata Krishna

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    15

    Mr.J.Rajasekhar

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    16

    Ms.P.Tara Kumari

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    17

    Ms.B.P.Soundarya

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    18

    Mrs.R.Anusha

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    19

    Mr.Shaik Mohammed Ilias

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    20

    Ms.T.Rupa Rani

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    21 Mr.Amogh Deshmukh M.Tech Asst.Prof CSE

    22

    Mr.T.Vijay Kanth

    M.E

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    23

    Mrs.K.Nartkannai

    M.E

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    24

    Mrs.Swati Mahesh Ollalwar

    M.E

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    25

    Mr.E.Shravan Kumar

    M.Tech

    Asst.Prof

    CSE

    26 Ms.K.Hema M.Tech Asst Prof CSE
    27 Ms.Bharathi Ghosh M.Tech Asst Prof CSE
    28 Ms.K.Rajani M.Tech Asst Prof CSE
    29 Ms.M.Sravanthi M.Tech Asst Prof CSE
     

    Faculty Details

    S.No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Designation

    Specialization

    1. Dr.Brahmaiah  Professor Power Systems

    2

    Mr.Shaik Ansar

    Assistant Professor

    Control systems

    3

    Mr. CH V Ganesh

    Assistant Professor

    Control systems

    4

    Mr. M Krishna

    Assistant Professor

    Power Electronics

    5

    Mr. Mohan Krishna

    Assistant Professor

    Power Electronics

    6

    Mr.Mallikarjun

    Assistant Professor

    Electrical power engineering

    7

    Mr.Naga Babu

    Assistant Professor

    Power systems

    8 Mr.K.Gopi Nath Assistant Professor Power systems
    9 Ms.Harika Assistant Professor Power systems

     

    Faculty Details

    SL NO

    NAME OF THE FACULTY

    DESIGNATION

    QUALIFICATION

    SPECIALIZATION

    1

    Dr.C.V. Reddy

    Professor 

    Ph.D

    Design Engineering

    2

    Dr. Vijay Kumar

    Professor

    Ph.D

    Thermal Engineering

    3

    R.Venkata Subbalakshmi 

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    CAD/CAM

    4

    M. Vinod Kumar Reddy

    Assistant Professor M.Tech Mechatronics

    5

    K Divakara Murthy

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    CAD/CAM

    6

    G Raghavendra Reddy

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    Thermal Engineering

    7

    Y Pragathi

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    CAD/CAM

    8

    Madhu Sirikonda

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    Thermal Engineering

    9

    B.C.Raghu Kumar Reddy

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    Machine Design

    10

    M. YesuRatnam

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    Machine Design

    11

    MD. Azeem

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    CAD/CAM

    12

    G Udayasree

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    CAD/CAM

    13

    M Kranthi Kumar

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    Machine Design

    14 Mr.M.Suresh Babu Assistant Professor M.Tech CAD/CAM
    15 Mr.Pravin K Patil Assistant Professor M.Tech Machine Design
    16 Mr.N Kiran Assistant Professor M.Tech Machine Design
    17 Ms.Kokila Assistant Professor M.Tech Machine Design

    Faculty Details

     

    S.NO

    NAME OF FACULTY

    DESIGNATION

    QUALIFICATION

    SPECIALIZATION

    1

     Dr.RADHIKA

    Head of the Department

    Phd

    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

    2 Mr.V.GAJENDRA Assistant Professor M.Tech,(Phd) HIGHWAY & TRANSPORATION ENGINEERING

    3.

    Mr.M Mahesh

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

    4

    Mr.MD ABDUL NADEEM

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

    5

    Mr.MIRZA NAYEEM BAIG

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

    6

    Ms.KOLA CHANDANA

    Assistant Professor

    M.E

    TRANSPORATION ENGINEERING

    7

    Ms.RAMYA KEERTHI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    TRANSPORATION ENGINEERING

    8

    Mr.RAVI KUMAR

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

    9

    Mr.RAVI THEJA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

    10 Mr.SIVAJI Assistant Professor M.Tech SOIL MECHANICS

    Syllabus

    Achievements

    S.No.

    Hall ticket No

    NAME OF THE STUDENT

    NAME OF THE CONFERENCE

    VENUE

    DATES

    TITLE OF THE PAPER

    AWARD

    1

    15BK1A0482

    K.PRATHIMA

    Aquila – 2018

    Poster presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

    1ST

    2

    15BK1A0497

    R.SINDHUJA

    Aquila – 2018

    Poster presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

    1ST

    3

    15BK1A04A4

    SUPRIYA

    Aquila – 2018

    Poster presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

    1ST

    4

    15BK1A0423

    KEERTHI

    Aquila – 2018

    Poster presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    COMMUNICATIONS

    2ND

    5

    15BK1A0431

    MADHULIKA

    Aquila – 2018

    Poster presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    COMMUNICATIONS

    2ND

    6

    15BK1A0439

    K.PRAVALLIKA

    Aquila – 2018

    Paper presentation

     

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    COMMUNICATIONS

    2ND

    7

    15BK1A0451

    SRINIDHI .A

    Aquila – 2018

    Paper presentation

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    COMMUNICATIONS

    3RD

    8

    16BK1A0425

    K.GOURINATH

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    1ST

    9

    16BK1A0419

    H.D. BALRAJ

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    1ST

    10

    15BK1A0494

    SHIVA NAGENDER

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    2ND

    11

    15BK1A04B9

    SRI CHANDRA

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    2ND

    12

    15BK1A04B4

    SAI KUMAR

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    2ND

    13

    15BK1A0458

    V.VINAY REDDY

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    3RD

    14

    15BK1A04

    A.DHANA SHEKAR REDY

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    3RD

    15

    16BK5A0409

    N.MOUNISH ROY

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    3RD

    16

    15BK1A0402

    AKHILESHWAR REDDY

    Aquila – 2018

    Project expo

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    3RD

    17

    15BK1A0498

    R.RAMYA

    Aquila – 2018

    Quiz

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    1ST

    18

    15BK1A0469

    D.OMKAR

    Aquila – 2018

    Quiz

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    1ST

    19

    15BK1A04B3

    VENU BABU

    Aquila – 2018

    Quiz

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    2ND

    20

    15BK1A0489

    M.SHARATH

    Aquila – 2018

    Quiz

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    2ND

    21

    15BK1A0422

    LEELA KRISHNA

    Aquila – 2018

    Circuit Design

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    1ST

    22

    15BK1A0426

    SHASHANK

    Aquila – 2018

    Circuit Design

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    1ST

    23

    16BK5A0409

    MOUNISH ROY.N

    Aquila – 2018

    Circuit Design

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    2ND

    24

    15BK1A0404

    NIKHIL RAJ

    Aquila – 2018

    Circuit Design

    SPEC

    16/03/2018

    TECHNICAL

    2ND

    Academic Excellence

    H.T.No

    Name

    Academic Year

    Percentage

    07BK1A0528

         G.Lavanya

         2007-2011

          76.84%

    08BK1A0529

         D.Lakshmi Shanthi

         2008-2012

          80.95%

    09BK1A05B8

         Varada Teja

         2009-2013

          83.92%

    10BK1A0502

         A.Sravya

         2010-2014

          82.17%

    11BK1A0516

         G.Vaishnavi

         2011-2015

          81.07%

    12BK1A05C2

    Aishwarya Lakshmi J

       2012 - 2016

         82.04%

    13BK1A05G0

    Sadineni Beulah

       2013 - 2017

        78.99%

    14BK1A05A5

    Selike Sri Shruthi

       2014 - 2018

         77.58%

     

    INDUSTRY INSTITUTE PARTNERSHIP CELL

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    IIP Cell Department Coordinator - Ms. P. Tara Kumari

    IIP Cell Online Feedback - https://goo.gl/forms/dWjxeoTl524wHeZX2

     

     

    Academic Excellence

    S.NO

    Academic year

    Student name

    Percentage

    1

    2007-11

    N PANKAL SINGH

    79%

    2

    2008-12

    S PRANEETHI

     80%

    3

    2009-13

    N RAMA KRISHNA

    84.34%

    4

    2010-14

    G VANI

    81.6%

    5

    2011-15

    THDN SINDHU

    83.6%

    6

    2012-16

    P NEHA

    83.8%

    7

    2013-17

    B SRI RAMYA

    76.4%

    8

    2014-18

    G BINDUSREE

    80.4%

    Academic Excellence

    H.T.No

    Name

      Academic Year

      Percentage

    10BK1A0534

       Thota Kalyani

         2010-2014

        80.69%

    11BK1A0523

       Justin Rajan

         2011-2015

        76.88%

    12BK1A0523

       Aashish

         2012-2016

        80.57%

     

    Mechanical LABS

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABS FOR REGULATION –  R16

    II – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    ME306ES

    Fuels and Lubricants Lab

    2

    ME307ES

    Mechanics of Solids Lab

    3

    ME308ES

    Metallurgy and Material Science Lab

    4

    *MC300HS

    Gender Sensitization Lab

     

    II – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    ME406ES

    Kinematics and Dynamics Lab

    2

    ME407ES

    Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab

    3

    ME408ES

    Manufacturing Process Lab

     

     

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABS FOR REGULATION – R13 & R15

    II – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    A30281

    Electrical And Electronics Engineering Lab

    2

    A30085

    Metallurgy And Mechanics Of Solids Lab

     

    II – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    A40382

    Production Technology Lab

    2

    A40188

    Fluid Mechanics And Hydraulic Machines Lab

     

    III – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    A50384

    Machine Tools & Metrology Lab

    2

    A50383

    Thermal Engineering Lab

     

    III – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    A60387

    Heat Transfer Lab

    2

    A60086

    Advanced Communication Skills Lab

     

    IV –I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

    SL.NO

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1

    A70390

    Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab

    2

    A70391

    Production Drawing Practice And Instrumentation Lab

    S&H LABS

    Syllabus

    Projects

    St.PETER'S ENGINEERING COLLEGE
    DEPARTMENT OF MECHINACAL ENGINEERING
    IV - YEAR  PROJECTS LIST
    SL NO ROLL NO NAME OF THE STUDENT  BATCH NO PROJECT TITLE GUIDE NAME
    1 14BK1A0301 B ASHWANTH KUMAR 1 FABRICATION OF RACE CAR BODY PANEL BY USING E GLASS CHOPPED STANDARD FABRIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL  K PRAVEEN KUMAR
    2 14BK1A0306 B.ADITYA VARMA 1
    3 14BK1A0312 ANAND KUMAR 1
    4 14BK1A0310 SAI SUHAS 1
    5 14BK1A0326 SAI VITTAL 2 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF OPTIMIZATION OF SUSPENSION SYSTEM  K DIVAKAR
    6 14BK1A0304 B HARI SHANKAR 2
    7 15BK5A0302 D RAMA KRISHNA 2
    8 14BK1A0344 SALAM AHMED 2
    9 14BK1A0303 Y VIJAY KUMAR 3 DESIGN ANALYSIS OF BRAKING SYSTEM A NAGENDRA
    10 14BK1A0313 ENOCH JOEL 3
    11 14BK1A0347 S MAHESH 3
    12 14BK1A0325 K LAKSHMI KANTH 3
    13 14BK1A0332 MANOJ SHARMA 4 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CHASSIS,IMPACT ATTENTATOR FOR HYBRID CAR J PRADEEP KUMAR
    14 14BK1A0333 M ABHILASH KUMAR 4
    15 14BK1A0339 P AJAY KUMAR 4
    16 14BK1A0338 P VAMSHI KRISHNA 4
    17 14BK1A0327 Y DAVI RUFUS 5 DESIGN AND DESIGN SIMULATION OF MANUAL RACK AND PINION STEERING SYSTEM G RAGAVEENDRA
    18 14BK1A0341 RAJU GUPTHA 5
    19 14BK1A0352 VISHAL JADAV 5
    20 14BK1A0344 SAHIL JADAV 6 POWER TRANSMISSION FOR HYBRID VEHICAL CAR M VINOD KUMAR
    21 14BK1A0346 SATWENDAR SINGH 6
    22 14BK1A0350 VAMSI KRISHNA 6
    23 14BK1A0352 W JAI KRISHNA 6
    24 14BK1A0302 B SANTHOSH REDDY 7 EXPERIMENTAL PERFOMANCE CHARACTERSTICS OF IC ENGINE USED KARANJA AS A ALTERNATIVE FUEL A NAGENDRA
    25 14BK1A0309 CH MAHESH 7
    26 14BK1A0315 G SAI MANOJ 7
    27 13BK1A0350 T KOMAL 7
    28 14BK1A0330 M SATHWIK 8 CONVERSION OF EXHAUST GASES FROM A TWO WHEELED AUTOMOBILE INTO ELECTRICITY  J ANIL KUMAR
    29 14BK1A0331 SRIKANTH  8
    30 15BK5A0303 P HAREESH 8
    31 14BK1A0349 T NARESH 9 FABRICATION OF PEDALING MECHANISM PUMP FOR WATER PURIFICATION PROCESS S.MADHU
    32 14BK1A0345 S NIKHIL 9
    33 14BK1A0340 RAHUL SAHANI 9
    34 14BK1A0323 K SHASHIKATH REDDY 10 PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION ANALYSIS OF DESIL ENGINE USING PONGAMIA OIL SAIDHULU
    35 14BK1A0324 SAI NAGA SRI CHARAN 10
    36 14BK1A0329 PRAVEEN 10
    37 15BK5A0307 V MITHIN KUMAR 11 FABRICATION OF FOURWAY HACKSAW MACHINE BY SCOTCH YOKE MECHANISM V.PRAGNYA
    38 14BK1A0305 B VAMSHI KRISHNA 11
    39 14BK1A0316 G SAI VARDHAN REDDY 11
    40 14BK1A0342 R VAMSI KRISHNA 12 FABRICATION OF ECO FRIENDLY ROAD CLEANER Dr.GANESH KUMAR
    41 14BK1A0351 SIVA SAIRAM 12
    42 14BK1A0320 HASEEB ZIAUDDIN 12
    43 14BK1A0318 TARUN KUMAR 13 EVALUATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF JUTE REINFORCEMENT POLYMER COMPOSITE J.JOHN VINEETHKAR
    44 15BK5A0307 Y ARUN KUMAR 13
    45 14BK1A0308 ROHITH REDDY 13
    46 14BK1A0307 CHAITANYA 14 PERFROMANCE OF AlCrN BASED PVD COATED CUTTING TOOL IN DRY MACHINING Y RANTAM
    47 14BK1A0336 RAJA SHEKAR REDDY 14
    48 14BK1A0337 SANDESH RAJ 14
    49 14BK1A0328 L VASUNATH 15 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WATER PUMPING USING WINDMILL Dr.K.RAVEENDRAN
    50 14BK1A0322 JASH DHOLAKIA 15
    51 15BK5A0306 P OM SAI KUMAR 15
    52 15BK5A0304 K ANIL KUMAR 16 POWER GENERATION BY KNEE MOVEMENT R.V.S LAKSHMI
    53 14BK1A0335 IFTAKARUDDIN MD 16
    54 14BK1A0311 NARSHINGH 16
    55 14BK1A0314 E PRABHAKAR 17 ANTI THEFT FUEL SYSTEM Dr.K.ASHOK REDDY
    56 14BK1A0319 BHARATH G 17
    57 15BK5A0301 CH ANANDA SAGAR 17
    58 14BK1A0317 GOPALA KRISHNA 18 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF LEAF SPRING WITH S2 GLASS & ARAMID FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS Y PRAGATHI
    59 14BK1A0321 J SANDEEP 18
    60 15BK5A0305 L SRINIVAS NAIK 18

    CIVIL LABS

    ST PETER'S ENGINEERING COLLEGE

    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAB DETAILS

    S.NO:

    YEAR-SEM

    SUBJECT CODE

    NAME OF THE LABORATORY

    1

    II-I

    CE307ES

    COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING LAB

    MC300HS

    GENDER SENSITIZATION LAB

    CE306ES

    STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

    2

    II-II

    CV407ES

    ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB

    CE406ES

    FLUID MECHANICS LAB

    CE408ES

    SURVEYING - II LAB

    3

    III-I

    CE505PC

    CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB

    CE506PC

    GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS LAB

    CE507PC

    HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LAB

    4

    III-II

    EN606HS

    ADVANCED ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB

    CE605PC

    COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING – II LAB

    CE604PC

    SOIL MECHANICS LAB

    5

    IV-I

    A70195

    CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY AND HIGHWAY MATERIALS LAB

    A70192

    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB

    6

    IV-II

    A80087

    INDUSRTIAL ORIENTED MINI PROJECT

    A80088

    PROJECT WORK

    A80089

    SEMINAR

    A80090

    COMPREHENSIVE VIVA

    Achievements

    STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS IN TECHNICAL EVENTS
    2017-18

    S. No

    Hallticket No

    Name of the Student

    Activity

    Host College

    Award

    1

    Sai Trinath Reddy

    16BK5A0103

    Model making

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    1st Prize

    2

    Sharath Chandra

    16BK5A0108

    3

    Santhosh

    16BK5A0120

    4

    K.Vaishnavi

    16BK1A0118

    Model making

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    2nd Prize

    5

    S.Seetharami Reddy

    16BK1A0139

    6

    T.Bhavana

    16BK1A0141

    7

    N.Krishna
    Chaithanya

    16BK1A0132

    8

    Sharath Chandra

    16BK5A0108

    surveying

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    1st Prize

    9

    R.Praveen

    15BK1A0137

    surveying

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    2nd Prize

    10

    A.Sai Trinath

    16BK5A0103

    Workshop on
    AUTOCAD

    IARE - Institute
    of Aeronautical
    Engineering

    2nd Prize

    11

    B.Kalyan

    16BK5A0107

    Bridge IT

    IARE - Institute
    of Aeronautical
    Engineering

    3rd Prize

    12

    B.Sharath

    16BK5A0108

    13

    K.Srinivas

    16BK5A0116

    14

    Sharath Chandra

    16BK5A0108

    Surveying

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    1st Prize

    15

    Sharath Chandra

    16BK5A0108

    Innovation
    Models

    St.peters
    engineering
    college

    1st Prize

    16

    Sai Trinath Reddy

    16BK5A0103

    17

    Sai Santhosh

    16BK5A0120

    18

    P Prashanth

    15BK1A0135

    Quiz
    Competation

    WALAMTARI

    3rd Prize

    19

    Sai Santhosh

    16BK5A0120

    Model
    Presentation

    Narasimha
    Reddy
    Engineering
    College

    1st Prize

    20

    Sai Trinath Reddy

    16BK5A0103

    21

    T Ajith Reddy

    15BK1A0142

    PPT

    Narismha Reddy
    Engineering
    College

    1st Prize

    22

    Bhavana

    16BK1A0141

    QUIZ

    Narismha Reddy
    Engineering
    College

    1st Prize

     

    ECE LABS

    2-1 R(16)

    S.No.

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1.  

    EC306ES

    ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB

           2.

    EC307ES

    BASIC SIMULATION LAB

           3.

    EC308ES

    BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB

     

    2-2 R(16)

    S.No

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1.  

    EC406ES

    ANALOG COMMUNICATIONLAB

           2.

    EC407ES

    PULECAND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB

           3.

    EC408ES

    ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB

           4.

    MC400HS

    GENDER SENSITATION LAB

     

     III-I (R16)

    S.No

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1.  

    EC505PC

    LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS LAB

           2.

    EC506PC

    DIGITAL IC APPLICATIONS LAB

           3.

    EC507PC

    DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS LAB

     

             III-II (R16)

    S.No

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1.  

    EC604PC

    DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB

           2.

    EC605PC

    MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LAB

           3.

    EC606HS

    DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS LAB

     

            IV-I (R13)

    S.No

    COURSE CODE

    LAB NAME

    1.  

    A70499

    MICROWAVE ENGINEERING AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB

           2.

    A70086

    ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB

     

    EEE LABS

    II-I SEMISTER

    S.NO

    LAB NAME

    LAB CODE

    1

    EM-I LAB

    EE306ES

    2

    NT LAB

    EE307ES

    3

    EDC LAB

    EC306ES

    II-II SEMISTER

    S.NO

    LAB NAME

    LAB CODE

    1

    EM-II LAB

    EE407ES

    2

    CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB

    EE406ES

    3

    ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB

    EE408ES

    III-I SEMISTER           

    S.NO

    LAB NAME

    LAB CODE

    1

    EMI  LAB

    EE505PC

    2

    BES LAB

    EE506PC

    3

    MPMC LAB

    EI507PC

    III-II SEMISTER          

    S.NO

    LAB NAME

    LAB CODE

    1

    POWER SYSTEMS LAB

    EE604PC

    2

    POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

    EE605PC

    3

    AECS LAB

    EN606HS

    IV-I SEMISTER

    S.NO

    LAB NAME

    LAB CODE

    1

    MPID LAB

    A70498

    2

    EM LAB

    A70293

     

    CSE LABS

    Computer Science and Engineering is one of the most demanding fields in the society as the Automation is driving every function of the society to be automated and to reduce the manual subjectivity and to improve the reliability. Therefore, the educational systems are required to provide the necessary platforms for exposing the students to the above societal needs within the boundaries of the system.

    More than 500 computer systems with appropriate software are made available to the students for the learning process and also for development. All the laboratory exercises are monitored and guided on continuous basis by the qualified faculty throughout.

    CSE LABS FOR REGULATION R16

    II-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

    SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
    1 CS306ES DS through c++
    2 CS307ES ITWS
    3 CS308ES OOPS through JAVA

    II-II SEMESTER LAB NAMES

    SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
    1 CS406ES Computer Organisation Lab
    2 CS407ES DBMS Lab
    3 CS408ES Operating Systems Lab
    4 MC400HS Gender Sensatisation Lab

    III-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

    SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
    1 CS505PC Design and Analysis of Algorithms Lab
    2 CS506PC ComputerNetworks Lab
    3 CS507PC Software Engineering Lab

    III-II SEMESTER LAB NAMES

    SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
    1 CS604PC Cryptography And Network security Lab
    2 CS605PC Web Technologies Lab
    3 EN606HS Advanced English and Communication Skills lab

    CSE LABS FOR REGULATION R13

    IV-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

    SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
    1 A70595 DataWarehousing and DataMining 
    2 A70596 Linux Programming

     

     

    Syllabus

    Academic Excellence

     

    H.T.No

    Name

        Academic Year

      Percentage

    14BK1A0130

    PRANAVEE KULKARNI

          2014-2018

       81.30%

    Newsletter

    Projects

    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

    IV YEAR A PROJECT LIST (2017-2018)

    SL.NO

    ROLL NUMBER

    TEAM MEMBER

    BATCH NO.

    PROJECT TITLE

    GUIDE

    1.

    14BK1A0450

    SHASHANK NANDA KUMAR

    A01.

    Fire fighting robot

    Mrs.M.VILASINI RAJA

    Asso.Prof/ECE

    2.

     

    14BK1A0433

     

    NAKKA PRADEEP

    3.

    14BK1A0411

    GADEELA MANASWITHA REDDY

    A02.

    Automated medication remainder

    Dr.Murugan R

    4.

     

    14BK1A0438

     

    PENUMATCHA PRANADEEP VARMA

    5.

    14BK1A0443

    ROSHAN KUMAR SINGH

    A03.

    Water management using IBM watson

    DR.NAVEEN KUMAR

     

    6.

    14BK1A0422

    JANGAM SACHIN

    7.

    14BK1A0445

    SAI RAM BHOOMPALLY

    8.

    14BK1A0420

    DONTIBOYENA HARI SAI RAM

    A04.

    ADVANCED RAILWAY SIGNALING SYSTEM

    MR.VISHWANATH

    9.

    15BK5A0424

    KUNAPAREDDY DIVYASAI

    10.

    14BK1A0421

    JANA VARA PRASAD

    11.

    14BK1A0406

    CHUNDURAI DIVYA

    A05

    HEALTH MONITORING USING INTERNET OF THINGS

    Mrs.Jyothirrmai

    12.

    14BK1A0401

    BADAVATH CHAITANYA

    13.

    14BK1A0405

    SUPRIYA

    13.

    14BK1A0412

    GOPU AKHILA

    A06.

    FIELD MONITORING AND AUTOMATION USING IOT IN AGRICULTURE DOMAIN

    Mrs.M.VILASINI RAJA

    Asso.Prof/ECE

    14.

    14BK1A0417

    ILITAM BHAVANI

    15.

    14BK1A0430

    MANNEM ANUSHA

    16.

    14BK1A0415

    GORIPARTHI VENKATESH

    A07.

    AUTOMATIC SMART SENSOR INTERFACE FOR INDIVIDUAL AND HOME IN IOT ENVIRONMENT

    DR .NAVEEN KUMAR

    17.

    14BK1A0436

    PEDIBOINA SRIKANTH

    18.

    14BK1A0460

    YADAGIRI RAKSHANDA

    19.

    14BK1A0431

    MOTARUGADDE JASWANTH SAGAR

    A08.

    VEHICLE OVERSPEED INDICATION TO TRAFFIC CONTROL ROOM THROUGH GPS

    MS.NAGAJYOTHI

    20.

    14BK1A0426

    MARAM AKHIL REDDY

    21.

    14BK1A0427

    MIKKILINENI RUPESH

    22.

    14BK1A0402

    B PRIYANKA

    A09.

    SMART TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLE CLEARENCE AND STOLEN VEHICLE

    MS.S.ISHWARYA

    23.

    14BK1A0416

    VEERA NAGA PRASAD

    24.

    14BK1A0401

    ALETI SUPRIYA

    25.

    14BK1A0429

    MANDA RAMYASRI

    A10.

    IOT BASED UNDERGROUND CABLE FAULT DETECTOR

    MS.S.NAGAJYOTHI

    26.

    14BK1A0425

    KUPPALA NAVYA DURGA PAVANI

    27.

    14BK1A0452

    SIDDIPETA PREMENDHAR REDDY

    28.

    14BK1A0442

    REDDYSHETTY KAVYA

    A11.

    AUTOMATIC FACIAL EXPRESSION RECOGNITION USING FEATURES OF SALIENT FACIAL PATCHES

    MR.SHARATH MANOHAR BABU

    29.

    14BK1A0440

    PONNALA NIKITHA

    30.

    15BK5A0446

    SALLA NISHITHA

    31.

    14BK1A0444

    SAGAR SHARMA

    A12.

    CATEGORIZING FRUITS AND VEGITAB LES WITH MACHINE LEARNING

    MR.SREEDHAR BABU

    32.

    14BK1A0447

    SAMA ANUSHA

    33.

    14BK1A0449

    SHAIK KHADER

    34.

    15BK5A0403

    KARNA CHAITANYA

    A13.

    MRI BRAIN TUMAR SEGMENTATION

     

    MR.SREEDHAR BABU

    35.

    14BK1A0407

    DAKURU SHRAVAN KUMAR

    36.

    15BK5A0407

    RAMAVATH SURESH NAIK

    37.

    14BK1A0448

    SANGAREDDYGARI MANISH REDDY

    A14.

    Recognition of vehicles using RASPERRYPI

    MR.SHARATH MANOHAR BABU

    38.

    15BK5A0406

    PONNAMALLI JEEVAN

    39.

    14BK1A0437

    PENDAM ANIL KUMAR

    40.

    14BK1A0459

    VELMA AKHIL REDDY

    A15.

     

    DRIVER LESS NAVIGATION SYSTEM

    MS.P.RAMYA

    41.

    14BK1A0457

    VAILLA RAVI TEJA

    42.

    14BK1A0456

    VADAVALASA MANOJ KUMAR

    43.

    14BK1A0455

    THUMMA SUDHEERKUMAR

    A16.

    AUTOMATED TRAIN ALONG TRACK FAULT DETECTION

    DR.PEAR SON

    44.

    14BK1A0410

    G SRIKANTH REDDY

    45.

    14BK1A0418

    JANGALA NEERAJ KUMAR

    46.

    14BK1A0409

    G KANCHANA

    A17.

    SMART SECURITY SOLUTION FOR WOMEN USING IOT

    DR.NAVEEN KUMAR

    47.

    14BK1A0453

    T ASHMITHA

    48.

    14BK1A0414

    GUBBALA SAI PRANEETHA

    49.

    15BK5A0402

    GUNDEPAKA SRIKANTH

    A18.

    FONT RECOGNITION DEGRADED TEXTUAL IMAGES BY EDMS AND GCCM

    MR.N.VISHWANATH

    50.

    14BK1A0458

    VARALA HARSHAVARDHANRAJ

    51.

    14BK1A0435

    PABBU TARUN

    52.

    14BK1A0428

    MADDURI ASHWINI

    A19.

    ARDIUNO BASED SECURITY SYSTEM BY USING GSM PIR AND IOT

     

    MS.S.SWATHI

    53.

    14BK1A0423

    KATKAM RAMYA

    54.

    14BK1A0434

    NAREDLA VINISHA

    55.

    14BK1A0419

    JAGANI SAI VENKATA RAMANI

    A20.

    ROBUST CHATACTER RECOGNITION OCR FOR AUTO EVALUATION APPLICATION

     

    MR.N.VISHWNATH

    56.

    14BK1A0415

    GUJJULA ARAVIND

    57.

    14BK1A0441

    RAJAGONI DINESH GOUD

    58.

    14BK1A0454

    TAMMINIDI LEELASAI

    A21.

    ROBOT CONTROL USING MOBILE PHONE

     

    MS.M.JYOTHIRMAI

    60.

    14BK1A0432

    MYSARI KARTHIK

    61.

    15BK5A0408

    VANKUNAVATH RAJU

     

     

    PROJECT COORDINATOR                                                                                                                                   HOD/ECE

     

    Projects

    Major Projects 2017-18

    BATCH

    ROLL NO.

    NAME OF THE STUDENT

    MAJOR PROJECT TITLE

    INTERNAL SUPERVISOR

    PO1

    PO2

    PO3

    PO4

    PO5

    PO6

    PO7

    PO8

    PO9

    PO10

    PO11

    PO12

    PSO1

    PSO2

    PSO3

    1

    14BK1A0208

    BUDDINENI CHANDANA

    Design and Analysis of Thermoelectric Power Generation

    D SUJATHA

    1

     

    3

     

    1

    2

     

     

     

     

     

    2

    2

    2

    1

    14BK5A0220

    T VIGHNESHWAR SINGH

    14BK1A0203

    BASKE MONALI(Absent)

    2

    14BK1A0210  

    CHANDU SRI HARSHA

    Feasibility study and Design of 5m3biogas production in SPCE from Canteen Food Waste

    Dr. JAYANNA K

    1

    2

    2

     

    1

    2

    2

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

     

     

    14BK1A0211

    BASKE SONALI(Absent)

    14BK1A0212

    JAPAPLA SARDAR

    3

    14BK1A0216

    G BINDHU SRI

    Smart Electricity meter data intelligence for future emergency systems

    SHAIK ANSAR

     

     

    2

    1

     

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    14BK1A0205

    B VAMSHIDHAR REDDY

    14BK1A0222

    K SANJAY DATTA

    4

    14BK1A0217

    GALLA JAHNAVI

    Auto Selection of any available phase in a 3-phase supply system

    G VENU

     

     

     

     

    2

    1

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    1

    15BK5A0204

    KONGARI KESHAVA

    14BK1A0224

    KILARU RAVI VENKATA SAI

    5

    14BK1A0223

    KESAMONI SRI VASAVI

    Solar PV- Wind Hybrid Power generation for Rural areas

    Dr. JAYANNA K

    1

     

    2

     

     

    2

    1

     

     

     

     

    1

    2

    1

    2

    14BK1A0226

    KONDA SHIVA SHESHU KUMAR

    14BK1A0229

    KOTTURU MANEESH KUMAR

    6

    14BK1A0227

    KONDA VISHNU KUMAR

    Speed Synchronization of multiple motors using RF technology

    CH V GANESH

     

     

     

    2

    2

     

    2

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    14BK1A0228

    KONDAM SANTHOSH KUMAR

    14BK1A0230

    KOYYADA AJAY KUMAR

    7

    14BK1A0232

    YENNAM NANDINI

    A Harmonic suppression scheme for full speed range of a two level inverter fed IM& Drive using switched capacitive filter

    M KRISHNA

     

     

    2

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2

    1

     

    2

    15BK5A0201

    BONKULA RAJU

    14BK1A0233

    LAMBUNORE RUBEN

    8

    14BK1A0237

    MGRAHITHA LAMBERT

    Intelligent Energy Saver

    VIDYA SAGAR

     

     

     

     

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    14BK1A0211

    D SHINY SUJAN

    14BK1A0234

    L SAMPATH REDDY

    9

    14BK1A0242

    NOUSHEEN SAJID

    SmoothStart of 3-phase Inducion Motor

    G MOHAN KRISHNA

    1

     

    1

     

    2

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    15BK5A0206

    RAJKUMAR P

    14BK1A0235

    M VISHNU PRAKASH REDDY

    10

    14BK1A0245

    PEDAPATI SNEHA(Absent)

    Energy audit of St.Peters International Residential School

    K SREELATHA

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    15BK5A0208

    PURRA PAVAN KUMAR

    14BK1A0219

    JAKKULA DURGESH YADAV

    11

    14BK1A0246

    P SHARANYA

    Footstep Power generation using piezoelectrical  sensors

    A SUNANDA

    1

     

     

    1

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

     

    2

    15BK5A0210

    R VENKATESH GOUD

    14BK1A0238

    MANDALA SAI KIRAN

    12

    14BK1A0251

    RAVI VAISHNAV

    Power theft intimation system using GSM

    P SUNIL KUMAR

     

     

     

     

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    15BK5A0212

    KHOLA KUMAR

    14BK1A0241

    NARIGE VENKATESH

    13

    14BK1A0252

    SULTANPET RACHANA

    DTMF Controlled Agricultural Power control

    T A L SOWMYA

    1

     

     

    1

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    14BK1A0244

    P KOUSIK RAYAL

    14

    15BK5A0203

    KETHAVATH ANJIBABU

    Generation of Electricity with the use of Speed Breaker

    GOUTAM BARMA

    1

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    15BK5A0214

    K S THAKUR RANDHEER SINGH

    14BK1A0207

    BORRA ABHINANDAN REDDY

    15

    15BK5A0207

    PATLOLLA DEEPAK RAJ

    Energy audit of St.Peters Engineering College

    K SREELATHA

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    14BK1A0248

    PITLA AJAY KUMAR

    16

    14BK1A0247

    PENUMADU SAI CHETAN

    Design & analysis of Hybrid solar wind energy system

    BHOJARAJU

     

     

    2

     

     

    1

    2

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

     

    1

    17

    15BK5A0209

    R CHANDRASHEKHAR

    Three phase fault analysis with auto reset on temporary fault & trip for permanent fault

    Dr JAYANNA K

     

     

     

    1

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

    1

    1

    14BK1A0213

    ELIDI NAGENDRA BABU

    14BK1A0206

    BOMMU DINESH REDDY

    18

    15BK5A0211

    SARA NARESH

    Distance calculation for underground cable fault

    VIDYA SAGAR

     

    1

     

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

    1

    1

    14BK1A0214

    EPPALAPALLY VAMSHIKRISHNA

    14BK1A0253

    SYED AKRAM

    19

    15BK5A0213

    KORRA DURGAPRASAD

    Detecting power grid synchronisation failure on sensing voltage beyond acceptable range

    SHAIK ANSAR

    1

     

     

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    1

    14BK1A0236

    MADIKUNTLA VENU BABU

    14BK1A0254

    VADNAM SAI KIRAN

    20

    14BK1A0201

    AVULA NAVEEN

    Design of Automatic Synchronising device for duel electrical Generator

    G VENU

     

     

    2

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    14BK1A0218

    GUNDLAPALLY SHRAVYA

    15BK5A0205

    NAGA KORRA

    21

    15BK5A0202

    CHEVVA MANIDEEP

    Solar tracking system operation and monitoring

    PV SIREESHA

    1

     

     

     

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    14BK1A0215

    ERRAMSHETTI SAIKIRAN

    22

    14BK1A0245

    PEDAPATI SNEHA

    Arduino based LPG gas monitoring & automatic cylinder booking

    K.SREELATHA

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Date: 03-01-2019

     

    BATCH NO.

    Roll Nos.

    Name of the Student

    Guide

    Title

    PO1

    PO2

    PO3

    PO4

    PO5

    PO6

    PO7

    PO8

    PO9

    PO10

    PO11

    PO12

    PSO1

    PSO2

    PSO3

    1

    16BK5A0232

    P SHIVA KRISHNA CHARY

    K SREELATHA

    Earth Fault Protection

     

     

    2

    1

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    16BK5A0216

    K SUDHEER KUMAR

    15BK1A0223

    T S KIRAN REDDY

    2

    16BK5A0231

    PITLA NAGARAJU

    K JAYANNA

    Fire Accident avoid system in trains & AC drives using GSM Technology

     

     

    2

     

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

     

    16BK5A0234

    PUPPALA MAHESH

    16BK5A0233

    POONEM SRINIVAS

    3

    16BK5A0220

    M NARENDER BABU

    B VIDYA SAGAR

    Alternator Fault Diagnosis by using modern Techniques

     

     

     

    2

    3

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

     

     

    16BK5A0218

    K S KIRAN GOUD

    15BK1A0203

    C V RAMANA REDDY

    4

    16BK5A0201

    A ACHYUTH KUMAR

    DAVID KIRAN

    Under Ground Broken wire detection and Feedertrip by Robotic control

     

     

    1

    2

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

    1

     

     

     

    16BK5A0228

    N SRIKANTH

    5

    16BK1A0209

    K SOWMYA REDDY

    CH V GANESH

    PLC Based hybrid power generation

     

     

     

     

    1

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

    16BK5A0203

    BALLA GEETA

    16BK5A0215

    ITLA SUNIL BABU

    6

    16BK5A0209

    ERRABOINA SRIDHAR

    M KRISHNA

    Railway track broken automation

     

     

    2

     

    2

    2

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    16BK5A0221

    MADARABOINA NIKHIL

    16BK5A0237

    SYED VASEEM

    7

    15BK1A0210

    M HARISH REDDY

    SHAIK ANSAR

    Speed detection and prevention of accident

     

     

    1

     

    2

    2

    2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    16BK5A0206

    CH.SOMESHWAR

    15BK1A0216

    RAJASEKHER REDDY.S

    8

    16BK5A0207

    DAWATH SANDHYA

    NAGABABU

    Maximum power extraction in wind energy system with pitch angle control

     

     

     

     

    2

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    16BK5A0211

    G DINESH

    15BK1A0214

    P.SRIKAR

    9

    16BK5A0210

    ESURI RAJITHA

    MOHANKRISHNA G

    Minimization of panality in industries by using APFC

     

     

     

     

    2

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    16BK5A0226

    M VISHNUVIKAS

    10

    16BK5A0219

    KATLA SAI KRISHNA

    K JAYANNA

    Design of Thermal Electrical power generation model driving the wehicle and maintaining using IOT

     

     

    2

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    16BK1A0224

    MANIKANTA

    16BK5A0208

    D VAMSHI KRISHNA

    11

    16BK5A0241

    VURA VEDARSH

    P.V.SHIREESHA

    Solid state seno stabilizer with triac circuit

     

     

    1

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2

    16BK5A0225

    MS SATISH REDDY

    12

    16BK5A0239

    VELPULA SNEHASRI

    D.SUJATHA

    Bidirectional protection of AC single phase induction motor with out run capacitor

     

     

    2

     

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    16BK5A0238

    VADLA ARUN KUMAR

    16BK5A0227

    N BALARAM DEEPAK

    13

    16BK5A0213

    GONELA KAVYA

    MALLIKARJUN

    A Harmonic Suppression scheme for full speed range of a two level inverter fed induction motor and drive using switched capacitor filter

     

     

    1

    1

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

     

     

    15BK1A0213

    NAVYA.K

    15BK1A0202

    BOEEN ESHWAR

    14

    16BK5A0212

    G SRIDHAR

    K SREELATHA

    Wireles power, Theft monitoring and controlling unit

     

     

    2

     

    1

    2

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    16BK5A0223

    MANIKANTA RANGOJI

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    GORRI SUDHAKAR REDDY

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    PALAKURTHI AKHILESH

    G BHARMA

    Hi-5 power  generation with wireless power transmission

     

     

     

     

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    SHASHANK REDDY

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    M RAMESH

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    SUSHMA SWARAJ

    B.VIDYASAGAR

    Wireless smart grid design for monitoring and optimizing electric transmission

     

     

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    Overview

    The Department of Artificial Intelligence was established in the year 2020 with an intake of 60 Students.Artificial Intelligence  prepare students with the skills to perform intelligent data analysis which is a key component in numerous real-world applications. Apart from making them good technocrats, the Department also provides individual attention to make them good citizens of our nation and to serve the industry and society constructively to make them good technocrats through futuristic plans.  The Department has the state-of-the-art facilities for various labs, well equipped seminar halls, classrooms to support e-learning and a department library. By this course, the students will gain cross-disciplinary skills across fields such as statistics, computer science, machine learning, and logic, data scientists and may have career opportunities in healthcare, business, eCommerce, social networking companies, climatology, biotechnology, genetics, and other important areas. 

    Vision

    To  enable the students to secure a high-value career, motivate to pursue higher education and research to serve the society.

    Mission

    • To bring out knowledgeable engineers and professionals in their field of specialization by having qualified and trained faculty members and staff besides necessary infrastructure and to create highly conducive teaching and learning environment.
    • To work in close association with stakeholders by way of enhanced industry-institute interaction, to take up need based research and industry specific programmes.
    • To organize co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for character and personality development to produce highly competent and motivated engineers and professionals to serve and lead the society.

    Program Outcomes

    1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
    11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Student Achievements

     

     

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    NAME OF THE EVENT

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    PRIZE

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    K SUSHMA SWARAJ

    PPT PRSENTATION

    CMR TECHNICAL CAMPUS

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    E SRIDHAR

    POSTER PRSENTATION

    CMR TECHNICAL CAMPUS

    2nd

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    V VEDARSH

    PPT PRSENTATION

    CMR TECHNICAL

    CAMPUS

    1st

    4

    V VEDARSH

    POSTER PRSENTATION

    CMR TECHNICAL CAMPUS

    2nd

    5

    K SAI KRISHNA

    PROJECT EXPO

    MALLA REDDY ENGINEERING

    COLLEGE

    1st

    6

    SYED VASEEM

    SPORTS DAY-2018

    ST.PETERS ENGG COLLEGE

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