Humanities and Sciences

The Department of Humanities and Sciences is the bridging and building block for the engineering graduates to adjust and orient them into their core engineering courses. This Department is devoted to foster the fundamental principles and understanding of science to enhance the students’ basic knowledge of Engineering. Besides academics, the Department is actively involved in the development of students’ personality, communication skills and soft skills to boost them up in the modern and globally competitive environment.

The Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences is a 33 member dynamic team with a unique combination of different disciplines that are taught like Languages, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Physical Education, and Library which are essential for the Engineers during the course of study and after graduation to enhance their ability to analyze and tackle any challenges and communicate their ideas effectively.

The students of this department are highly benefitted by the knowledge and experience of a good no. of Doctorates with research articles published in high impact factor journals at National and International levels, presentations in National and International Conferences. The faculty members regularly participate in many workshops, conferences, seminars, symposiums, faculty development programmes and other training programmes which enhances their teaching capabilities in order to guide their students better. Extra care is extended to slow learners through remedial classes. The services of Senior Faculty from Reputed Universities and institutes are made used. Effective monitoring system includes student performers, appraisal, and direct contact with the parents, attendance, suggestions etc. for the benefit of students in the academics.

The best of all, to enrich and edify the holistic development of the students, this department contributes the best efforts to make the Students part and participle in British Council Communication skills Program, Campus Recruitment Training, Literary Club, Counseling, and Quality Circle Activities so and so on.

The strength of the department lies in its dedicated faculty members, Students. Laboratories are established with ample resources and amenities, and Centers of Excellence. The department is under the vigilance of CCTV.

Vision

To create a centre of excellence in basic sciences such as Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry that provide foundation for engineering studies and also in communication skills that helps students to express themselves effectively and to generate skillful engineers who can be globally challenged in engineering fundamentals – analytical, experimental, computational and designing abilities.

Mission

Keeping the core objectives to create academic excellence in fundamental sciences, the Department aims to encourage advanced teaching learning process and quality research at individual, department and institutional level. It also endeavors to build quality based knowledge and human resource capacity.

Dr.P.LAVANYA,, Associate Professor& Head of Department

Dr. P. Lavanya obtained her M.Sc (Organic Chemistry) in 2001 from D.R.W Degree & PG College, Gudur, M.Phil (Organic Chemistry) in 2008 from S.V.University, Tirupati and Ph.D(Organic Chemistry) in 2011 from S.V University, Tirupati . She has rich teaching experience of 17 years and 13 years of research experience. She taught Organic Chemistry at P.G. Level and has been teaching B.Tech Engineering Chemistry. She was at Organic Chemistry Division Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Sri Venkateswara University, India carried out her doctoral study. Her doctoral research works focused mainly on the synthesis & characterization of heterocyclic compounds and their biological properties. The journal publications and conference proceedings provide more evidence of her research outputs. One of the official reviewers of Pearson Education.

She has experience in Synthetic Organic Chemistry with biological activity and Catalysis Chemistry by using various catalysts and chiral ligands. She has an aptitude in analyzing and interpreting spectroscopic data. She also handled various analytical techniques independently. She has published 26 research papers in International Journals of repute and 2 research papers in national Journals .She has attended and presented papers in several conferences at National and International level. She is a reviewer in Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry etc. She is the member secretary for Academic Audit Committee of college and NAAC Coordinator for the department. She is a coordinator for Women Empowerment Cell of the Institution.

Department of Humanities and Sciences

S.No Name of the full time Teacher Designation
1 Dr. P. Lavanya Associate Professor & Head
2 Dr. E. Manjoolatha Associate Professor
3 Mr. K. Amarnath Reddy Assistant Professor
4 Dr. P. Krishnaveni Assistant Professor
5 Dr.G. Aruna Assistant Professor
6 Ms. A.T. Parameswari Assistant Professor
7 Dr.D.Bharathi Assistant Professor
8 Ms. Nirmala Rani Assistant Professor
9 Dr. P.Venkateswarlu Assistant Professor
10 Mr. M.Ramesh Assistant Professor
11 Ms. N. Sujana Kumari Assistant Professor
12 Mr. T. Ravi Chandra Assistant Professor
13 Ms. N.R. Sujana Kumari Assistant Professor
14 Ms. G. Rajeswari Assistant Professor
15 Ms. P.Lavanya Assistant Professor
16 Dr. V.K. Soma Sekhar Assistant Professor
17 Dr. R.Vijayalakshmi Assistant Professor
18 Ms. P.Rathna Jyothi Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Y. Masthanaiah Assistant Professor
20 Dr. C.Veeresh Assistant Professor
21 Mr. P. Lokanatha Reddy Assistant Professor
22 Dr. T.Chengaiah Assistant Professor
23 Dr. K. Kiran Kumar Assistant Professor
24 Dr. P. Chandra Sekhar Assistant Professor
25 Mr. N. Hari Krishna Assistant Professor
26 Ms. S. Vanitha Assistant Professor
27 Ms. K.M. Prasuna Assistant Professor
28 Dr. B. Rama Chandra Assistant Professor
29 Ms. P.Sowjanya Assistant Professor
30 Ms. V.Sameera Assistant Professor
31 Mr. M. Murali Assistant Professor

A One-day National Symposium held on 1st May, 2015 on “95th Remembrance Day of Srinivasa Ramanujan”

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB:

Engineering Physics-Theory and Practicals-have been prescribed for the I B.Tech curriculum. Engineering Physics Laboratory is well-furnished with adequate equipment. Experiments are related to Optics, Magnetism, Electromagnetism, Semiconductors, Lasers, Synthesis of Nanomaterials and Fiber Optics etc. For conducting Optics experiments a separate dark room is also available with necessary experimental set-up.

ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB:

The Engineering chemistry lab serves to provide strong foundation in chemistry which in turn serves as a baseline for all Engineering streams. Each working table in the laboratory is well furnished with reagent racks & well connected with water supply & Burners. The students conduct their lab assignments under the vigilant guidance and support of faculty & laboratory assistant. The Engineering chemistry laboratory is well equipped with various instruments other than the usual glassware’s & chemicals as per syllabus.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (ELCS) LAB:

Communication preponderates and predominate the modern and smart world. It motivates, informs, changes behavior, and establishes better relationships to make interaction meaningful and make oneself understood. As it involves interaction, it encourages exchange of ideas until all the experiences become a common profession. A communication skill in English, the acknowledged global language is a must in the global setting.

The ELCS Lab is air-conditioned & equipped with 60 systems with headsets and LCD projector. The English faculty uses mainly the phonetics and communication Language learning systems in the lab. We have the course material in the form of manual and audio cassettes/CDs. A learner goes through the printed material and then listens to the audio and video.

B.Tech I Year I Semester

S.No. Name of the Subject PDF/PPT/DOCS/Video Link
1. Engineering Chemistry Corrosion.ppt
Electrochemistry.ppt
Fuels and Combustion.ppt
Lubricants.ppt
Polymers.ppt
Portland Cement.ppt
Refractories.ppt
Water.ppt
Unit – 1 Water
Unit – 2 Polymers
Unit – 3 Electrochemistry & Corrosion
Unit – 4 Fuels & combustion
Unit – 5 Chemistry of engineering materials
Hardness of Water video Tutorial
Electro Chemistry Video Tutorial
Engineering Materials Video Tutorial
2. Engineering Physics fiber Optics.ppt
Fiber Optics & Applications Video Tutorial
Optical Fiber Construction and Working Video Tutorial
Interference and Diffraction.ppt
Laser.ppt
Laser.ppt
Laser Basics Video Tutorial
Quantum Mechanics – 1.ppt
Quantum Mechanics.ppt
Schrodinger Wave Equation Video Tutorial
Basic Quantum Mechanics II: The Schrodinger Equation Video Tutorial
Semiconductors.ppt
Extrinsic semiconductors Video Tutorial
Hall’s effect Tutorial
Ultrasonics.ppt
Ultrasonics Video Tutorial
X-ray diffraction of crystals.ppt
X-ray diffraction of crystals.ppt
X-Ray Diffraction Video Tutorial
Magnetic materials.ppt
Magnetic Materials Video Tutorial
R15 – Engineering physics-material.docx
3. Environmental Studies Natural Resource.ppt
Ecosystem.ppt
Air, Water, Soil, Marine, Noise, Thermal and Radioactive pollution.ppt
Biodiversity.ppt
Human Population.ppt
R15-Materials Unit 1,2,3,4,5
4. Functional English Air pollution.ppt
Assistive Technology.ppt
child labour.ppt
Criminal Cases.ppt
Electronic Waste.ppt
Food Crisis.ppt
Home In The Space.ppt
Interview Skills.ppt
ISRO.ppt
Media.ppt
Unit 1.Environmental Consciousness
Unit 2.Emerging Technologies
Unit 3.Global Issues
Unit 4.Space Trek
Unit 5.Media Matters
5. Mathematics-I Unit 1.ppt
Unit 2.ppt
Unit 3.ppt
Unit 4.ppt
Unit 5.ppt
Unit 1,2,3,4,5

B.Tech I Year II Semester

S.No. Name of the Subject PDF/PPT/DOCS/Video Link
1. Engineering Chemistry Electrochemistry.ppt
Fuels and Combustion.ppt
Lubricants.ppt
Polymers.ppt
Portland Cement.ppt
Refractories.ppt
Water.ppt
Unit – 1 Water
Unit – 2 Polymers
Unit – 3 Electrochemistry & Corrosion
Unit – 4 Fuels & combustion
Unit – 5 Chemistry of engineering materials
Hardness of Water video Tutorial
Electro Chemistry Video Tutorial
Engineering Materials Video Tutorial
2. Engineering Physics fiber Optics.ppt
Fiber Optics & Applications Video Tutorial
Optical Fiber Construction and Working Video Tutorial
Interference and Diffraction.ppt
Laser.ppt
Laser.ppt
Laser Basics Video Tutorial
Quantum Mechanics – 1.ppt
Quantum Mechanics.ppt
Schrodinger Wave Equation Video Tutorial
Basic Quantum Mechanics II: The Schrodinger Equation Video Tutorial
Semiconductors.ppt
Extrinsic semiconductors Video Tutorial
Hall’s effect Tutorial
Ultrasonics.ppt
Ultrasonics Video Tutorial
X-ray diffraction of crystals.ppt
X-ray diffraction of crystals.ppt
X-Ray Diffraction Video Tutorial
Magnetic materials.ppt
Magnetic Materials Video Tutorial
R15 – Engineering physics-material.docx
3. Environmental Studies Natural Resource.ppt
Ecosystem.ppt
Air, Water, Soil, Marine, Noise, Thermal and Radioactive pollution.ppt
Biodiversity.ppt
Human Population.ppt
R15-Materials Unit 1,2,3,4,5
4. English For professional
communication
Solar Thermal Power.ppt
Solar Energy.ppt
Unit1.Lessons from the past
Unit2.Energy
Unit3.Engineering Ethics
Unit4.Travel and Tourism
Unit5.Getting Job-Ready
5. Mathematics-II Unit 1.ppt
Unit 2.ppt
Unit 3.ppt
Unit 4.ppt
Unit 5.ppt
Unit – 1
Unit – 2
Unit – 3,4,5