Professional Societies

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY COORDINATION CELL

Membership in professional organizations is important and necessary as we strive to stay informed of current developments in our fields of expertise. It's also important as we establish and maintain contacts with those who share similar interests and goals, and to keep the impact and importance of our work in the public eye. Students, faculty, and working professionals are encouraged to join the organizations that fit their interests.

The mission of the professional societies is primarily educational and informational. Their influence flows from their continuing and highly visible functions: to publish professional journals, to develop professional excellence, to raise public awareness, and to make awards. Through their work, they help to define and set standards for their professional fields and to promote high standards of quality through awards and other forms of recognition.

SPEC has an active Professional Society Coordination Cell with a variety of memberships in different professional bodies. More than 80% of our faculty are life members in Indian Society For Technical Education (ISTE).

Institutional Memberships

S. No

Professional Society

Membership Number

Department

1

Indian Society For Technical Education (ISTE)

IM1916

COMMON

2

Institution Of Electronics And Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)

G00523

ECE

3

Computer Society Of India (CSI)

101057

CSE

 

Student Chapters

S. No

Professional Society

Membership Number

Department

1

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

SPEC

CSE

2

Institution of Engineers India (IEI)

500100/SPEC/EE

EEE

3

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

STB07181

EEE

 

The Professional Society Coordination Cell has organized a lot of student development activities which are listed as follows.

Academic Year

IETE

IEEE

ISTE

CSI

SAE

IBC

TOTAL

NE

NP

NE

NP

NE

NP

NE

NP

NE

NP

NE

NP

NE

NP

2018-19

1

120

1

40

5

825

11

1795

3

455

2

176

24

3596

2017-18

11

1311

6

784

10

1480

11

1806

11

722

1

133

50

6236

2016-17

11

1295

3

560

7

840

9

1575

11

754

2

105

43

5129

*   NE- No. of Events, NP -No. of Participants

TECHNICAL EVENTS

Academic Year

No. of Events

No. of Participants

2018-19

24

3596

2017-18

50

6236

2016-17

43

5129

 

Workshops

Academic Year

No. of Workshops

No. of Participants

2018-19

8

1297

2017-18

16

2463

2016-17

18

2261

 

Guest Lectures

Academic Year

No. of Guest Lectures

No. of Participants

2018-19

16

2299

2017-18

 34

3773

2016-17

25

2868

 

Department Wise Events 2018-19

Rotaract Club Of St.Peter’s Engineering College

       Rotaract originally began as ‘Rotary International’ in 1968 in Charlotte, North Carolina by Paul P Harris. The first chartered Rotaract Club in Asia was Rotaract club of Secunderabad on 2nd April 1968.  Rotaract simply means “Rotary in Action”. Rotaract club of St.Peter’s Engineering college is a sponsored service club by  Rotaract club of Secunderabad.

     Rotaract started off as a single club 50 years ago and now it has 9522 clubs and 291,006 members across the world. Rotaract club of St.Peter’s Engineering College offers a chance to every member of SPEC to be a part of this globally recognised community .Rotaract mainly focuses on development of young adults as leader in their community and serving the society.

 The avenues of Rotaract club are:

  • Club service
  • International service
  • Community service
  • Professional development

The benefits of Rotaract are:

Friendship: It provides one of the basic human need. The need for friendship and fellowship. You get a chance to interact with many people around the world.

Leadership: It is an organisation of leader and successful people and people who are going to be successful.

Oppurtunity to service: Rotaract is service; Its business is mankind while its product is service.

Value: Rotaract is all around the world. Rotaractos are given utmost priority in job interviews.

We work differently:

We see differently: Our multidisciplinary perspective helps us see challenges in unique ways.

We think differently: We apply leadership and expertise to social issues — and find unique solutions.

We act responsibly: Our passion and perseverance create lasting change.

We make a difference at home and around the world: Our members can be found in your community and across the globe.

Board Members(2018-2019):

  • President- Pugal Maheshwari
  • Secretary- Likith Mouli
  • Vice President- Manvitha
  • Joint Secretary- Sai Kiran
  • Treasurer- Bhavana Nerella
  • Seargent at arma- Dinesh Nagre
  • Director - Professional Service- Angelina Priyanka
  • Director - Club Service- Srikanth
  • Directory -  Community Service- Sravya
  • Directior - International Service- Anitha
  • Club Administrator- Bharath
  • Chariman Registrations(CSE & ECE)- Sahasra Reddy
  • Chairman Registrations(EEE,MECH & CIVIL)- Prem
  • Chair – Sports- Harsha
  • Chair- Culturals – Harsha Donagala
  • Chair- Parent Rotary Relations – Shraavan
  • Chair – Public Relations – Varun Reddy
  • Club Phototgrapher- Rahul Yadav

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Objectives of EDC

  • To create awareness on entrepreneurship among the students and enhancing skills.
  • To motivate the students in molding their career path and guiding them about self - financial schemes of various agencies.
  • To create a database on industrial information to facilitate entrepreneurs by providing information entrepreneurial opportunities.
  • To guide the prospective entrepreneurs in knowledge based ventures.
  • To conduct skill development training programmes with updated technologies and  provide need based consultancy services to industries.

EDC COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

S.No

Faculty Name

 Department

Designation

    1

Dr.Rajasekar 

9443273878

  CSE

Coordinator

   2

Mr.Mohana Krishna

9491818027

  EEE

Member

   3

Ms. P.Madhuri

9908276821

  ECE

Member

   4

Mr.Ravi

9949883225

 H & S

Member

    5

Mr.M.Mahesh

9492450126

Civil

Member

   6

Mr. M. Suresh babu

9866722135

Mech

Member

 

FUNCTIONALITIES OF EDC

  • To develop a strong network of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, senior professionals and individuals directly or indirectly associated with entrepreneurship (P9,P11& P12)
  • To educate enterprising students in the essentials of starting a business (P6,P7&P8)
  • To organize Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps and Entrepreneurship Development Programs (P9,P11& P12)
  • To organize guest lectures by trailblazing entrepreneurs (P7,P8 &P9)
  • To develop a resource centre gathering information about entrepreneurship and its various aspects(P9,P10& P11)

BENEFITS FOR THE STUDENTS

  • Demonstrate skills in business startup and maintaining business longevity 
  • Ability to find next level of training or access other resources and services
  • Demonstrate business management/ operation skills
  • Use components of a business plan and impact on unemployment
  • Changed attitude toward entrepreneurship as a means of making a living.

S.NO

ACADEMIC YEAR

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSONS

DATE OF THE EVENTS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS

1

2018-2019

Training Program on Drone Technology

Mr. R. Shiva Sai Rama Krishna       

20-09-2018

256

2

2017-2018

Seminar on Employability and Career Resilience

Mr. Venugopal

03-08-2017

150

3

Student Orientation Program

Mr Vikram Jit Misra

25-01-2018

120

4

2016-2017

Students Start Up Summit

1.Chennapa Naidu,CEO, Mera Events

2. K.MOHAN RAID, VICE Chairman CSI, Hyderabad.

3.Sri Charan Lakkaraju, CEO Stumagz,

4. Siddtharatha Ram, Head For Startup Village.

5. Karan Shah, CEO, 8FX.

6.Rajiv Lull,CEO Capricom Gifting

20-07-2016

175

5

Students Start Up Summit

1.Spaceman & Mammoth

2.Viveek Verma, Co-Organizer Ted –Ex

3.Subbaraju Pericharla, CEO Real Shoppe

4.Chaitanya Vaddi ,CEO CV Corp

5.Manoj Chowdhary, Head For Center Of Robotics ,Amity University

5.Satish Kumar, Advocate High Court

6.Viveek Verma, Pankaj  Diwan

7.King Kazemi, CEO Sterling Placements

8.Rajat Shahi, CEO Hackmania

21-07-2016

150

6

ALEAP-A Gateway For Women Entrepreneurs

Mrs. T. Lavanya

03-09-2016

55

7

Seminar on Current Trends and Entrepreneurship In India

Mr. G. Raj Kumar, HR Foot Prints

25-01-2017

85

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Functions of the cell:

  1. To provide platform to students to exhibit their talents.[PO:9,10]
  2. To provide entertainment to students. [PO:9,10,12]
  3. To showcase their talents to outside world to get recognition. [PO:9,10,12]
  4. To promote a dynamic cultural heritage that is preserved, used and developed. [PO:9,12]
  5. To inculcate leadership qualities among students. [PO:8,9,10,12]
  6. To provide platform to faculty to exhibit their talents. [PO:9]

Committee Members

S.No.

Name of the Member

Designation

Department

Position Held

1

Mrs.Shailaja Reddy

Assistant Professor

S&H

Coordinator

2

Mrs. K.Shravani

Assistant Professor

CSE

Member

3

 Mr .Hanumanthu

Assistant Professor

ECE

Member

4

Ms RVS.Lakshmi

Assistant Professor

MECH

Member

5

Mrs.Shireesha

Assistant Professor

EEE

Member

6

Ms.Chandhana

Assistant Professor

CIVIL

Member

7

K.Ashalatha

Assistant professor

S&H

Member

8

Sunil

Student

ECE

Member

9

Sathwika

Student

ECE

Member

10

M.Bhavya

Student

CSE

Member

11

Jayanth

Student

CSE

Member

12

Alan

Student

MECH

Member

13

B.Charan

Student

MECH

Member

14

Sushanth

Student

EEE

Member

15

Rajasree

Student

EEE

Member

16

Lahari

Student

CIVIL

Member

17

Dinesha

Student

CIVIL

Member

18

Priyanaka

       Student

S&H

Member

19

Sri Ranga

       Student   

S&H

Member

 

Summary of the events organized in the academic year: 2018-2019

Date

Name of the event

No of students attended

08/09/2018

Teachers day

79

12/09/2018

Ganeshosthav

61

28/09/2018

Freshface

78

13/10/2018

Bathukamma festival 

223

23/10/2018

Student no.1

120

24/12/2018

Christmas celebration

87

12/01/2019

Traditional day

160

26/01/2019

Spec parivar

253

30/03/2019

Aquila

1770

 

DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATIONS COORDINATION CELL

Functions of the cell:

  1. To showcase their talents to outside world to get recognition.
  2. To inculcate leadership qualities among students.
  3. To impart the knowledge as per industry/Technology updates.
  4. Provide venues for improving communication skills, exchange of the knowledge.

Committee Members

S. No

Name of the staff/Student

Designation

Department

Position Held

1

K.MADHAVI

Asst. Professor

CSE

Co-Ordinator

2

DHANUNJAY

Asst. Professor

ECE

Member

3

UDHAYA SREE

Asst. Professor

MECH

Member

4

ANSAR

Asst. Professor

EEE

Member

5

SANDHYA

Asst. Professor

CIVIL

Member

6

KIRANMAI

Asst. Professor

S&H

Member

7

K.SHALINI (17BK1A05E8)

Student

III CSE

Member

8

G.AKASH (17BK1A04D5)

Student

III ECE

Member

9

T.SAI KIRAN(16BK1A0381)

Student

IV MECH

Member

10

S.MADHAN (17BK1A0151)

Student

III CIVIL

Member

11

HARIKHA (16BK1A0202)

Student

IV EEE

Member

 

S. No

Academic Year

No. of Events

No. of Participants

1.

2019-20

1*

46*

2.

2018-19

4

699

3.

2017-18

5

625

4.

2016-17

5

601

5.

2015-16

4

508

                                        *indicates still in progress

Grievence Cells in St.Peters Engineering College

The college host some of the important cells i.e 

1. Antiragging Cell                            

'Ragging' means the doing of any act which causes, or is likely to cause any physical, psychological or physiological harm of apprehension or shame or embarrassment to a student, and includes

    (a) Teasing or abusing of playing Practical joke on, or causing hurt to any student.

    (b) Asking any student to do any act, or perform any thing, which he/she would not, in the ordinary course, be willing to do or perform.

Ragging is different from other crimes because the motive is solely to get perverse pleasure. Ragging is also different from other crimes as it is actively promoted by certain sections of the society.

Following types of abuses and activities will be termed as ragging:

  • Physical abuse, for example, forcing to eat, drink or smoke, forcing to dress or undress.
  • Verbal abuse, for example swear words and phrases, direct or indirect derogatory references to the person's appearance, attire, religion, caste, family or chosen field of study.
  • Forced activity, for example
    • Chores for seniors e.g. copying notes, cleaning rooms, etc.
    • Missing classes. Not being allowed to study.
    • Staying awake late or getting up at unreasonable times.
    • Singing or dancing or performing in any other way.
    • Using foul language or shouting or cheering loudly.
    • Misbehaving with strangers, particularly women.
    • Reading or browsing porno-graphic/objectionable material

        The Committee is constituted with the following members.

  S.No

Name

Actual

Designation

Designation in the Committee

Phone No

1

Dr.K.Sreelatha

Principal

Chairman

9959222268

2

Mr.Akula Nagendra

Associate Professor

Coordinator

9949212625

3

Dr. M.Sharada Varalakshmi

Professor

Member

7893477000

4

Dr.C.Venkataramana Reddy

Professor

Member

8919294997

5

Dr.K.Sateesh Kumar

Professor

Member

9949715681

6

Dr.B.Brahmaiah

Professor

Member

9949248607

7

Mr.M.L.Narsimhacharyulu

Associate Professor

Member

7893944000

8

Mr.V.Gajendra

Asst. Prof.

Member

9908599381

9

Dr.P.J.V.Ratna Kumar

Physical Director

Member

9963800644

10

Mrs.Swetha Kumari

Physical Director

Member

9502190638

11

Mr.Dinesh

IV CSE-16BK1A05F4

Student Member

7674075937

12

Ms.Nikitha Reddy

IV ECE-16BK1A0479

Student Member

9642814111

13

T.Sumair Singh

IV MEC- 16BK1A0338

Student Member

7981475474

14

Mr.Dilip Kumar

IV EEE-16BK1A0236

Student Member

7995461728

15

Mr.Vinay

IV CIVIL- 16BK1A0142

Student Member

7658901286

             A Disciplinary Committee is constituted with the following members.

S No.

Name

Designation

Dept.

Status

Phone No.

1

Mr.Akula Nagendra

Associate Professor

MEC

Coordinator

9949212625

2

Dr.R.Lakshmi

Professor

S&H

Member

9550400152

3

Mr.Mukharjee

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

9642173561

4

Mr.Jabiullah

Assistant Professor

MEC

Member

9949128690

5

Mr.Devraj

Assistant Professor

MEC

Member

7780721785

6

Mr. G.Emmanuel Raju

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

9966568089

7

Ms.G.Shailaja

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

9948436380

8

Mr.Gaurav Singh

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

8142763107

9

Mrs.Rameshwari

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

8106262795

10

Mrs.Amaleshwari

Assistant Professor

S&H

Member

7396032822

11

Mr.G.Narsimhulu

Assistant Professor

ECE

Member

9848592893

12

Mr.Amogh Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

CSE

Member

8328420112

13

Mr.P.Mallikarjun

Assistant Professor

EEE

Member

8185898305

14

Dr.P.J.V.Ratna Kumar

Physical Director

ADMIN

Member

9963800644

15

Mrs.P.Swetha Kumari

Physical Director

ADMIN

Member

9502190638

16

Mr.Dinesh

16BK1A05F4

IV CSE

Student Member

7674075937

17

Ms.Nikitha Reddy

16BK1A0479

IV ECE

Student Member

9642814111

18

T.Sumair Singh

16BK1A0338

IV MEC

Student Member

7981475474

19

Mr.Dilip Kumar

16BK1A0236

IV EE

Student Member

7995461728

20

Mr.Vinay

16BK1A0142

IV CIVIL

Student Member

7658901286

The above members of the Disciplinary Committee will maintain discipline in the campus, college premises, classroom wherever the students are posted in order to achieve the goal of creating a safe, motivating and accepting college environment by supporting the use of positive attitudes and practices and will report to the Chairman from time to time for any guidance.

Student Counselling/Mentoring Cell

1. To provide support for students to build up their confidence and feel the institution as their second home.

2. To strengthen students mentally by providing friendly environment for students with faculty.

3. Counsel the students and assigning set of students 20 to each mentor.

4. It conducts a thorough review/study on the grievance received from the aggrieved students, including instances of ragging in written form.

5. It submits the recommendations to the principal accordingly as per the Management policy

6. Taking necessary action for the addressed Complaints/grievances. The cell will give report to the authority about the cases attended to and the number of pending cases, if any, which require direction and guidance from the higher authorities. 

 

Name of the Faculty/ Student

Designation

Department

Position Held

Mr. Finny Abraham

Students Counsellor

SCGC

Counselling Psychologist

Mrs D.D. N. Laxmi Devi

Asst. Prof

Civil

Coordinator

Mrs. Saritha

Asst. Prof

(Mechanical)

Member

Mr Mallikarjun

Asst. Prof

(EEE)

Member

Mr Raju

Asst. Prof

(ECE)

Member

Mr. T. Vijayakanth

Asst. Prof

(CSE)

Member

Mr.Victor Emmanuel

Asst. Prof

(H&S)

Member

Sai Trinath

Student

Civil

Member

Deepa

Student

Civil

Member

Nikhil

Student

CSE

Member

Shreshta

Student

CSE

Member

Ramya

Student

MECH

Member

Sai Nikhil

Student

MECH

Member

Sreeja

Student

ECE

Member

Karthik

Student

ECE

Member

Shiva krishna

Student

EEE

Member

Harika

Student

EEE

Member

Women Cell

Women Protection Cell The college is having its women cell functioning in formal sense since 2014-15. The cell has been established in order to protect the women staff and students associated with the college from any sorts of injustice or sexual harassment of any nature directly and indirectly.

The Committee has been constituted for educating the women about their rights and also to ensure they are educated to protect themselves with the suitable advice and support from time to time.

S.No

Name

Actual Designation

Designation in the Committee

Phone No

1

Dr.K.Sreelatha

Principal

Convener

9959222268

2

Dr. M.Saradhavaralakshmi

Assoc. Prof.

Member

9912106100

3

Dr.B.Brahmaiah

Professor

Member

9949248607

4

Dr.Diana Moses

Professor

Member

7893477000

5

Dr.G.Dhana Sri

Professor

Member

9399983555

6

Dr.R.Lakshmi

Professor

Member

9550400152

The above Committee will continuously conduct the training and orientation programs for all the lady staff members and students to develop and promote the self confidence and to protect their rights among the women and girls.

Purpose The Women Protection Cell functions with the following purposes;

• to make them aware of their rights,

• to help them in knowing the importance of good health and nutrition and facilities available for them,

• to help them in developing decision making abilities and be self-dependent,

• to help them in raising their voice against all kinds of discrimination,

• to help them in changing their mind setup,

• to assist them in overall development of their personality, and

• to help them (community women) in knowing about reproductive health care and child care.

Grievance  and Redressal Cell

The Committee is constituted for resolving the grievances of staff & students with the following members.

S. No.

Name

Actual Designation

Designation in the committee

Phone No

1

Dr.K.Sreelatha

Principal

Convener

9959222268

2

Dr.Diana Moses

Professor

Member

9866812518

3

Dr. M.Saradhavaralakshmi

Professor

Member

9912106100

4

Dr.B.Brahmaiah

Professor

Member

9949248607

5

Dr.G.Dhana Sri

Professor

Member

9399983555

6

Dr.R.Lakshmi

Professor

Member

9550400152

7

Dr.R.Raja Sekhar

Professor

Member

9443273878

         The above Committee will frame various measures for the grievances of the staff & students to ensure peaceful harmony in the college. The committee will take necessary action for the resolution of the grievances to the entire satisfaction and will report to the Principal from time and seek any guidance.

Faculty Grievance 

• The cases will be attended promptly on receipt of written grievances from the Faculty members.

• The cell formally will review all cases and will act accordingly as per the Management policy

• The cell will give report to the authority about the cases attended to and the number of pending cases, if any, which require direction and guidance from the higher authorities. Procedure for lodging complaint:

• The students may feel free to put up a grievance in writing/or in the format available in the admin dept. and drop it in boxes

• The Grievance Cell will act upon those cases which have been forwarded along with the necessary documents.

• The Grievance Cell will assure that the grievance has been properly solved in a stipulated time limit provided by the cell. 

S.NO

NAME

BRANCH

POSITION

1

Ms.B KANAKA DURGA

ECE

CO-ORDINATOR

2

Mrs.DIVYA

EEE

MEMBER

3

Dr.A.G.GANESH KUMAR

MECH

MEMBER

4

Dr. RAJASHEKAR

CSE

MEMBER

5

Mr.RAMA KRISHNA

S & H

MEMBER

6

Ms.PRIYADARSHINI

CIVIL

MEMBER

Students Grievances https://goo.gl/forms/S07FPCKVXJvyOcBN2

Parents Grievances https://goo.gl/forms/aZzbk3KJolNFLoMm1

Faculty/Staff Grievances https://goo.gl/forms/Nt7dHVtmjlvrdxAf2 

Alumni Grievances https://goo.gl/forms/zBJDXEaJ0ljaKpJ73

Employer Grievances https://goo.gl/forms/JsfJKTEoO3JoAveE2

Staff Grievance form can also be submitted as follows:

  • One dropdown box will be provided to each department and it will be opened only by the coordinator & committee members of FGRC every month end & their problems will be solved based on the priorities.
  • Faculty can send their Grievance to mail Id  specgrievances@stpetershyd.com.

Special cases:

  • Immediate actions will be implemented for higher and sudden priority issues.
  • An open forum will be held in campus on Staff/Faculty Grievance once in a Semester in the seminar hall along with higher authorities.

 

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