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:
The Department of Science & Humanities is endowed with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and smart classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives.
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.
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.
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.
|S.NO.||NAME OF THE FACULTY||QUALIFICATION||DESIGNATION|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|53||M. SUBHASHINI||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|54||A. SWARNALATHA||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|55||M GURUBHUSHANA||MBA||Assistant Professor|