Department of Science & Humanities


Welcome Note by the Department - HOD.

Sri Venkateswara Engineering College, is a leading technical Institution in India located at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. The Department has highly qualified and rich experienced faculty with the aim of providing quality educational service. This department imparts knowledge in Basic Science like Physics and Chemistry and lays a solid foundation with courses in Engineering Mathematics, Language and Communication Skills. Ample opportunities are also provided for the students to hone their social skills by involving them in various activities. Both the students and staff are encouraged to take part actively to present papers in National and International Conferences. It has committed, excellent faculty which is one of the core competences of the institution. The Science and Humanities department focus on the following objectives:

  • To be an academic unit devoted to the dissemination of knowledge, from an interdisciplinary perspective, to empower the students of Engineering and Management.
  • To contribute to the all-round development of the students by providing them extensive counselling & guidance in terms of education and career oriented problems.
  • To enhance the employability of the students by providing training in Communication Skills, Soft Skills and Personality Development.
  • To provide opportunities to prepare for GRE, TOEFL and IELTS by encouraging them to utilize the state-of-the-art English Communication Skills Laboratory.

The Department of Science & Humanities is endowed with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and smart classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives.



Vision of the Department

To be identified as a reputed technological department by offering quality education in CSE,ECE,IT and AIML so as to promote higher learning, research, provide professional career and produce creative solutions to social needs.

Mission of the Department

  • To impart quality technical education in Humanities and Science with the best pedagogical atmosphere of the highest quality through modern infrastructure and cutting edge skills.
  • To promote the establishment of centre of excellence to foster the spirit of innovation and creativeness among faculty and students.
  • To develop leadership qualities and also provide ethical and value based education by encouraging operations focused on social needs.


The program educational objectives of the Computer Science and Engineering program describe accomplishments that graduates are expected to attain after 3 to 5 years of graduation.

PEO 1 -Be cognizant in basic sciences, fundamental engineering stream along with contemporary problem solving, critical analytical skills in electronics and communication engineering and the allied fields.

PEO 2 - Understand the issues related to design and development; update the knowledge, and skills through continuous learning in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

PEO 3 -Demonstrate their technical skills, communication skills and research abilities along with leadership skills in professional environment to empower employability, to go for higher education and to become entrepreneurs.

PEO 4 -Be motivated with high ethical, human values and team work towards development of the society.


Our current PSOs are as follow:

PSO 1 -Able to gain knowledge in diverse areas of electronics and communication for successful career entrepreneurship and higher studies

PSO 2 - An ability to make use of acquired technical knowledge in core subjects to analyze and design process for variety of real time application, along with life skills to arrive appropriate solutions.


  • ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE:- Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PROBLEM ANALYSIS: - Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • MODERN TOOL USAGE: - Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 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.


  • English Language Communication Skills Lab
  • Applied Physics Lab
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Engineering Graphics Lab
  • Engineering Workshop Lab


1 Dr K SUNEETHA REDDY Ph.D. (English) Professor & HOD
2 YUGANDHAR T M.Phil(English) Assistant Professor
3 Dr VANISREE M Ph.D. (English) Professor
4 B VANI M.A.(English). Assistant Professor
5 Dr. E GANGADHAR Ph.D. (English) Associate Professor
6 G SWATHIRATNAM M.A.(English) Assistant Professor
7 Dr.P.SREENIVASULU Ph.D. (Mathematics) Professor
8 Dr S SUDHAKAR REDDY Ph.D. (Mathematics) Professor
9 Dr. B. RAMOORTHY REDDY M.Sc.(Mathematics) Associate Professor
10 Dr M V RAMANA REDDY Ph.D. (Mathematics) Professor
11 K SIVA KUMAR M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
12 G MOHAN BABU M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
13 N VINOD KUMAR M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
14 P ANANTHA KUMAR M.Sc.(Applied Mathematics) Assistant Professor
15 K ANANTH KUMAR M.Sc.(Applied Mathematics) Assistant Professor
16 A RUSHIKESAVA M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
17 K AMARANATH REDDY M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
18 P SEKHAR M.Sc.(Mathematics) Assistant Professor
19 S.BALAKRISHNA Ph.D. (Mathematics) Assistant Professor
20 Dr. K. REDDI MOHAN NAIDU Ph.D. (Chemistry) Associate Professor
21 Dr. K. ROJA Ph.D. (Chemistry) Associate Professor
22 Dr. D BENZIL Ph.D. (Chemistry) Associate Professor
23 P RAVI KUMAR M.Sc.(Chemistry) Assistant Professor
24 Dr. K MOHAN BABU Ph.D. (Physics) Associate Professor
25 Dr. PEJJAI BABU Ph.D. (Physics) Professor
26 Dr. K. SURESH Ph.D. (Physics) Associate Professor
27 S CHIRANJEEVI REDDY M.Sc.(Physics) Assistant Professor
28 A VASUNDHARA M.Sc.(Physics) Assistant Professor
29 Dr. G. NEELIMA Ph.D. (Physics) Assistant Professor
30 G. SUKANYA M.Sc Assistant Professor
31 Dr K SUJAN KUMAR Ph.D. (Environmental Science) Associate Professor
32 USHAKALA M S M.Sc.(Environmental Science) Assistant Professor
33 Dr. K ABRAHAM Ph.D. (Environmental Science) Assistant Professor
34 C HAREESH BABU M.B.A.(Management) Assistant Professor
35 M. HARIKA M.B.A. Assistant Professor
35 M. HARIKA M.B.A. Assistant Professor
36 E PREM KUMAR M.B.A.(Management) Assistant Professor
37 N.VENKATESWARA REDDY M.B.A.(Management) Assistant Professor
38 K REDDI NAVEEN M.B.A. Assistant Professor
39 B PERUMAL M.Tech (Mechanical) Assistant Professor
40 R. ROOP KUMAR M.Tech (Mechanical) Assistant Professor
41 D. JANAKIRAMIREDDY M.Sc Assistant Professor
42 E. SUJATHA M.Sc Assistant Professor
43 G. RAMANJINEYULU M.Sc Assistant Professor
44 G. NARASIMHA MBA Assistant Professor
45 D.HEMACHANDRA MBA Assistant Professor
46 SUBBA RAGHAVULU M.Sc Assistant Professor
47 V BHUVANA M.Sc Assistant Professor
48 A. RAMA MOORTHY Ph.D(Chemistry) Assistant Professor
49 A. REDDISEKHARA M.Sc Assistant Professor
50 P. SILPA M.Sc Assistant Professor
51 V ASWINI M.Sc Assistant Professor
52 S.SREEDEVI MBA Assistant Professor
53 M. SUBHASHINI M.Sc Assistant Professor
54 A. SWARNALATHA M.Sc Assistant Professor
55 M GURUBHUSHANA MBA Assistant Professor