Vision

                        To become an ICON in Technical domain with quality & affordable technical-vocational, entrepreneurial and Scientific education and a producer of highly competent and productive human resources.

Mission

  • To Inculcating the qualities of leadership, personality development and good citizenship in the students.
  • To provide a value based education complimented by state-of-the-art technology with research facilities, keeping our main thrust on agriculture, healthcare, industry, technology and environment.
  • To produce technocrats with psychomotor and cognitive skills, committed to lifelong learning.
  • To Equip students with the necessary technological and intellectual capacity to face the fast changing demands of modern technology.

Guest lecturers/ workshop

S.

No

Date

Title / Topic

Speaker name/Organization

No. of students attended

Guest Lectures

1.

10-08-2018

Yogic Sciences

Dr. A. Chandulal,

JNTU – K

438

Workshop

1

17-08-2018

Personality development

Dr. K.V.S.G. Murali Krishna,

JNTU – K

425

 

List of laboratories

S.No Name of the laboratory

Experiments

Courses for which the lab is to be used and No. of students working per week
Total No. No. Per cycle Session/Week
1. Basic work shop Practice 20 05 06 1st year DME No. of students : 42
Physics Lab 12 02 06
Chemistry Lab 15 02 06
Computer Fundamental Lab 30 06 06
2. Fuels Lab 05 01 06   2nd year DME No. of students : 54
Electrical Engg Lab 05 01 06
M. Testing Lab 08 02 06
Workshop Practice II 15 03 06
H & FPC lab 09 02 06
Communi.  skills Lab 11 02 06
Thermal Engg Lab 09 02 06
3. CAD & CNC lab 16 02 06 3rd  year DME No. of students : 56
NCS & R-AC lab 12 02 06
Life skills Lab 11 01 06
Workshop Practice III 13 05 06
4. Basic Elec.& Electro Lab 20 06 06 1st year DEEE No. of students : 42
Physics Lab 12 02 06
Chemistry Lab 15 02 06
Computer Fundamental Lab 30 06 06
5. Electrical wiring & Maintenance Lab 15 06 06 2nd year DEEE No. of students : 57
C- Language Lab 15 01 06
Electronics Engg Lab I 10 05 06
AC Machines Lab I 24 04 06
Communi. Skills Lab 11 01 06
Electronics Engg Lab II 20 04 06
6. AC Machines Lab II 10 05 06 3rd  year DME No. of students : 53
Power Electronics & PLC Lab 06 02 06
Life skills Lab 11 01 06
Digital electronics & Micro controllers Lab 19 04 06
 

List of Publications

The following are publications, presentations in conferences and work-shop at both National and International Levels.

Inter-National Journals

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra, 2014, “Humanitarian Supply Chain Model for Flood Relief – A case-study analysis”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol 3, No 1, pp 3538-3547.

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra, 2015, “Estimation of carbon footprint in a transport network of Supply chain”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Scopus indexed, Vol10,No.10, pp 19011-19031

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra, 2017, “A Comparative Analysis of Ordering Quantity with Online Shopping, Simulation and a Model with Time Dependency”, Indian Journal Of Engineering & Materials Sciences (IJEMS), communicated for publication.

Inter-national Conference

T.V.S. Raghavendra, A. Ramakrishana Rao “Two echelon Inventory Model for the Supply Chain under Price Dependent & Time Demand with Supply Rationing in the Chain”, proceedings of International Conference on Advanced in Industrial Engineering Application (ICAIEA- 2014) on January, 2014 at Anna University, Madras.

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra, “Price Dependent & Time Demand Two echelon Inventory Model with Supply Rationing in the Supply Chain”, proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Design & Manufacturing (ICAD&M – 2014) on December, 2014 at National Institute of Technology, Trichy, Tamilnadu. (N I T – T).

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra, “To analyze the bullwhip Effect in improving the performance of the Supply chain by the Balanced Score Card”, proceedings of “ 4th International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence (ICBAI) to be held in December 19-21, 2016 at Indian Institute of Science (I.I.Sc.), Bangalore.

Dr. T.V.S. Raghavendra,  “ To role of  bullwhip Effect in improving the performance of the Supply chain and illustration with the Balanced Score Card”, proceedings of International Conference on Advanced in Industrial Engineering Application (ICAIEA- 2018) on January, 3-5, 2018 at Anna University, Madras.

Faculty Development Programme

Resource Person

DST-NSTEDB Sponsored Two-Week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Entrepreneurship Skills” (17th to 31st August 2016), as a Resource Person to handle a session on “ Technical aspects of SSI unit” at Sri Venkateswara College of Science & Technology, Chittoor, on 26th August, 2016.