Department of Humanties & Sciences
The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences is involved in research in teaching in Humanities and Sciences, in addition to having set a vision to integrate human values and social concerns with technical education. The curriculum that is designed under the autonomy envisages a great emphasis for the humanities courses for the versatile development of the students.
While offering courses for the benefit of Engineering and Management graduates, the department has developed into a lively center for research and teaching, encompassing programs in the areas of English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences.
With faculty members pursuing research and teaching in the disciplines of Language, Literature, Applied Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry and Environmental Science, the department offers over 21 courses which are oriented towards inclusive growth of students across disciplines. The courses combine skills development through well-set syllabus and innovation in both teaching and learning.
One of the notable achievements in recent years has been the expansion in research activities and exchanges of ideas, facilitated by the constant surge of discussions, consultations and publications in esteemed and high impact journals.
To continually enhance its educational environment by offering flagship programs with innovative pedagogy to turn graduates.
To promote sustainable and inclusive research, responding swiftly to the challenges in the field of Engineering.
- To train the students to effectively apply their learning to solve imminent challenges in globally competitive computer field thus enlarging their potential life long high-quality careers.
- To instill professional behavior, strong ethical values, original research capabilities and leadership skills in the young minds so as give them a competitive advantage in the ever-changing and challenging work environment.
- Attract and retain a diverse and multicultural population of students and faculty.
- To empower the youth in surrounding rural area with basics of computer education making them self-sufficient individuals.
Assoc.Professor & HOD
Dr. B. Bala Nagendra Prasad has a wide teaching experience of 14 years as English teacher at undergraduate and postgraduate level. A Post graduate from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, he pursued his research in Indian English Literature from JNTUA Anantapuramu, India. His passion to enhance his pedagogic skills drove him to complete Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English from Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad. Eventually, Post Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English was obtained from English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad.
He is instrumental in setting up English Language Communication Skills Laboratory on the campus and compiled language lab manual and materials for language teaching and learning. He is also the Coordinator of Touchstone, Center for Language Learning, set up on the campus.
He teaches English through Literature, Technical English, English for Competitive Examinations, Technical Communication and Computer Ethics, Business Communication and Managerial Communication. His areas of interest include Phonetics, British Literature, Indian English Literature, Professional Communication and Technical Research and its Methodology.
In addition, he is the Editor of PORTRAITS, the bi-annual newsletter of the college. Apart from this, he is the Member of Editorial Board of Literary Vibes, a Refereed International Journal in English Studies with ISSS 2320-6896.
An avid researcher and a regular contributor of articles, he published 17 research papers in national and international journals and he presented 8research papers on language teaching, literature in national and international conferences. He has one book publication to his credit. He conducted a Two Week ISTE STTP on Technical Communication at AITS, in association with IIT Bombay. He was the Program Anchor for Infosys Campus Connect Soft Skills Training Program from 2008 to 2010. He attended 8 workshops organized by reputed organization such as Infosys, IIT Bombay and VIT University.
A tech-savvy with substantial knowledge in networking and software installation, he exudes lot of interest in reading novels and short stories, and mobile applications and games.
|Sl.No||Name of the faculty||Qualification||Designation||Date of joining|
|1||Dr. M.C. Raju||M.Sc, M.Phil , Ph.D., M.Tech.||Professor||02.09.2002|
|2||Dr. L. Hari Krishna||M.Sc, M.Phil., B.Ed. Ph.D||Professor||10.02.2001|
|3||Dr.K.N.Sashi Kumar||M.Sc. Ph.D.||Professor||31.03.2011|
|4||Dr.T.Sankar Reddy||M.Sc. Ph.D.||Professor||10.09.2012|
|5||Dr.K.V.Nageswara Reddy||M.Sc. Ph.D.||Professor||09-07-2012|
|6||Dr. B. Bala Nagendra Prasad||M.A., PGCTE, PGDTE, M.Phil.Ph.D||Associate Professor & Head||16.08.2005|
|7||Dr.P.Lavanya||M.Sc. Ph.D.||Associate Professor||09-09-2014|
|8||Dr. N. Ananda Reddy||M.Sc, M. Phil., M.Ed., Ph.D||Associate Professor||01.09.2002|
|9||Dr. L. Obulapathi||M.Sc., M.Phil. M.Tech. Ph.D||Associate Professor||18.08.2005|
|10||Dr.K.Manjula||Ph.D. (Maths)||Associate Professor||09-09-2014|
|11||Dr. P. Roja||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Associate Professor||19.08.2013|
|12||Dr. V. Ravi Kumar||M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D||Associate Professor||18.08.2007|
|13||Dr. K. Janardhan||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Associate Professor||31.07.2015|
|14||Dr. V. Vishnu Vardhan||M.Sc, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||03.08.2015|
|15||Dr.P.Krishna Veni||M.A.Ph.D.(English)||Associate Professor||09-09-2014|
|16||Dr. E. Manjoolatha||Ph.D. (Maths)||Associate Professor||09-09-2014|
|17||Mrs. M. Praveena||M.A., M.Phil.||Asst. Prof. (English)||01.09.2005|
|18||B. Jaheer||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||20.09.2010|
|19||P. Vijaya Kumar||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||25.09.2010|
|20||S.MD. Mastan Saheb||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||06.10.2010|
|21||P. Suneetha Naidu||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||02.09.2011|
|22||J. Siva Krishna||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Chemistry)||03.09.2012|
|23||S. Harinath Reddy||M.Sc., M.Phil.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||07.09.2012|
|24||Dr. S. Harinath Babu||M.Sc, M.Tech, Ph.D.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||12.09.2012|
|25||C.C. Mohan Reddy||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||25.07.2013|
|26||M. Uma Maheswar||M.Sc.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||01.08.2013|
|27||Dr. P. Chandra Reddy||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||12.08.2013|
|28||M. Parvathi||M.Sc.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||19.08.2013|
|29||P. Sreelatha||M.Sc.||Assistant Prof. (Chem)||01.10.2013|
|30||D. Satheesh Raju||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||09.09.2014|
|31||K. Ramesh Krishna||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||03.08.2015|
|32||K. Uthaiah||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||03.08.2015|
|33||B. Sreenivasulu||M.Sc., M.Phil.||Asst. Prof. (Physics)||03.08.2015|
|34||Shaik. Mohammed Ghouse||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Chemistry)||10.08.2015|
|35||M. Naga Raja Kumar||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||26.07.2015|
|36||A.Subramanyam||M.Sc.||Assistant Prof. (Chem)||20.07.2015|
|37||Ch. Sreenivasulu||M.Sc.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||28.07.2015|
|38||N. Veera Mohan Reddy||M.Sc.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||03.08.2015|
|39||A.C. Guru Hai Chandan Babu||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||05.08.2015|
|40||G. Raja Rao||M.Sc.||Assistant. Prof. (Maths)||05.08.2015|
|41||S. Satyam||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||20.08.2015|
|42||G. Vishwakshan Reddy||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Chemistry)||12.06.2016|
|43||V. Sreelatha||M.Sc.||Asst. Prof. (Chemistry)||18.06.2016|
|44||R. Sai Kumar||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||20.06.2016|
|45||S. Sulthan Basha||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||11.07.2016|
|46||G. Sreenivasulu||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||25.07.2016|
|47||K. Suvarna Lakshmi||M.A.||Asst. Prof. (English)||25.07.2016|
Research & Development
Principal Investigator: Dr. K. N. Shashi Kumar
Title of the Project: Synthesis and Development of Novel Polymeric Drugs deliver systems based on bio-polymers
Fund received: Rs. 14,01,000/-
Funding Agency: AICTE, New Delhi under Research Promotion Scheme
National Conference on Recent Developments in Applications of Mathematics in Science and Engineering, 10-11 January 2015.
A Guest Lecture on ‘The Importance on English and Communication Skills for Engineering Students” Prof. S. P. Dhanvel, IIT Madras, was organized on 14-10-2015.
A Personality Development Programme by Prof. K. V. S. G. Murali Krishna was hosted on 31st August 2016 & 1st September 2016 for all the I Year Graduate and Postgraduate students.
The laboratories for English Language, Physics and Chemistry along with a substantial collection of books in the departmental library are pivotal aspects in the teaching-learning scenario.
English Language and Communication Skills Lab:
- To train students to use language effectively in everyday conversations.
- To expose the students to a varied blend of self-instructional, learner-friendly modes of language learning.
- To enable the students learn better pronunciation through emphasis on individual speech sounds.
- To enable the learners sharpen their public speaking skills.
- To expose the students to a varied blend of self-instructional, learner-friendly modes of language learning.
- To enable the students learn better pronunciation through emphasis on word accent, intonation, and rhythm.
Lab Courses offered:
English Language Communication Skills Lab I for I B. Tech I Sem Students.
English Language Communication Skills Lab II for I B. Tech II Sem Students.
English Language Lab provides learners a sustainable access to self-instructional and computer aided language learning as a means complementary to participation of students in various language development activities such as dialogues, role play, information transfer, presentation. Language Lab creates an opportunity to learn the rudiments of group discussion and interviews through multimedia lab.
English Language lab is equipped with 63 computer machines and One Teacher console (Server). All the machines are connected through a network based teaching software, Clarity SNET Language Lab. This software is purchased at a cost of over 1.7 lacks from Young India Films, Chennai. The teacher can remotely control, monitor, broadcast, and assist students through teacher console.
Each student console is provided with a headphone and a web camera to directly interact with the teacher. Various other software is installed to help the students in language learning.
Licensed Software in Language Lab:
- Clarity SNET Language Lab for 1 Teacher + 60 students.
- Clarity Active Reading (60 user).
- Clarity Active Listening (60 user).
- Clarity Business Writing (60 user).
- Clarity It’s your Job (60 user).
- Sky Pronunciation Suite (60 user).
- Globarena English Lab (60 user).
- Globarena Career Lab (60 user).
- Clarity Pronunciation Power 1 (60 user).
- Clarity Technical Report Writer (60 user)
Engineering Physics Lab: Objectives:
- The student will able to handle and understanding of different apparatus to perform experiments.
- The student will learn practical measurement of different physical quantities.
- The student will able to characterize the materials and their properties.
- The student allows learning practical experience of theory conceptual values.
Engineering Physics for I B. Tech.
|10X Eye piece||Newton’s Ring Apparatus|
|A. C. millivolt meter||Newton’s Ring lense|
|Ammeter||Numerical Aparature of optical fiber setup|
|Aspirator Bottles||Physical weight Boxes|
|Battery Eliminator||Plug Keys|
|B-H Curve setup||Rheostats|
|Bread boards||Rubber Hampers|
|Compass Box||Semiconductor laser set(wave length &particle size)|
|Coupled Oscillator||Sodium vapour lamp set|
|Diffraction Grating||Sodium Vapour lamp SVL Transformer|
|Energy gap of p-n junction kit||Spectrometer|
|Flint Glass Prisms||Sphero meters|
|Function generator||Stewart-Gee’s apparatus|
|Hall Effect||Thermoelectric effect & Peltier effect device|
|Hysteresis||Thermoelectric current generator|
|Iron Slotted Weights||Torsion Pendulum|
|Laser (single & double slit)||Travelling Microscope|
|Magnifiers||Tuning fork sets|
|Mercury Vapour lamp||Weight box|
Engineering Chemistry Lab:
- The student will learn practical understanding of the redox reaction.
- The student will learn the preparation and properties of synthetic polymers and other material that would provide sufficient impetus to engineer these to suit diverse applications.
- The student will also learn the hygiene aspects of water would be in a position to design methods to produce potable water using modern technology.
Lab Courses Offered:
Engineering Chemistry for I. B. Tech.
Bomb calorimeter with O2 cylinder
Redwood viscometer – 1
Red wood viscometer – 2
Digital colorimeter (8 filters)
Digital conductivity meter
Digital electronic balance
Dissolution test apparatus
Double beam UV Visible spectrophotometer