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Knowledge in basic science is an essential constituent of any professional course. Department of Applied Science and Humanities aims to fulfil this function the most efficiently. This Department is devoted to foster the fundamental principles and understanding of science that is capable of enhancing the human experience. The Department started from the inception of the college. Its objective is to provide value-based education to the budding scientists and engineers. The Department comprises of four branches of study namely Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and English. All these four disciplines are headed by a separate co-ordinator. The department consists of Nine Doctorates whose services are effectively influenced on the freshmen students to improve their carriers. Well-experienced and highly qualified faculty members of the department have made consistent and strenuous efforts to improve the students learning and research & development processes. The Department is actively involving in the early development of students’ personality, communication and soft skills to boost them in the modern and globally competitive environment. The department has a separate block which includes state-of-the-art laboratories and advanced department library facilities.

 

Objectives:

• To inform and stimulate students about the fundamental aspects of science.
• To contribute Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and content for B-Tech and MBA Programmes.
• Encourage the students to pursue career in science and engineering.
• To kindle graduating engineers competence in communication and interpersonal skills.
• To conduct seminars and workshops regularly.
• To promote research & development activities among the faculty and students

 

First year B. Tech. students are introduced to the world of Science and Engineering through programs that engage them in various activities under the effective guidance of the faculty.

 


Vision:


To develop the students to apply the knowledge of basic sciences for solving complex problems through technology to upgrade the civil life for a sustainable future

Mission:


• To provide a student-centric environment that helps in developing personal accountability

•To share human and academic resources with industries, and public agencies through partnerships and outreach activities to instill  commitment to scholarly inquiry

•To empower the faculty to excel in teaching, engaging in research, creativity and public service.

• To develop effective learning skills enabling students to be professionally fit and ethically strong.

Infra Structure

The department has the best quality infrastructure with State of the art facilities

Five state-of-the-art laboratories - E-Learning, Interactive, Networking, Unix & Project Labs.
Over 150 high configured branded HP & ACER systems and three Intel Xeon dual processor servers.
4 MB Bandwidth Internet connectivity through Leased Line.
Lab for Internet with 60 latest HP systems.
E-Class room for E-learning comprises 200 VCDs for 25 subjects.

 

Laboratories

English Communication Skills Lab

 

 

1. Introduction

The introduction of the English Language Lab is considered essential at 3rd year level. At this stage the students need to prepare themselves for their careers which may require them to listen to, read, speak and write in English both for their professional and interpersonal communication in the globalised context.

 

The proposed course should be an integrated theory and lab course to enable students to use ‘good’ English and perform the following:

• Gather ideas and information, to organize ideas relevantly and coherently.

• Engage in debates.

• Participate in group discussions.

• Face interviews.

• Write project/research reports/technical reports.

• Make oral presentations.

• Write formal letters.

• Transfer information from non-verbal to verbal texts and vice versa.

• To take part in social and professional communication.

 

2. Objectives:

This Lab focuses on using computer-aided multimedia instruction for language development to meet the following targets:

• To improve the students’ fluency in English, through a well-developed vocabulary and enable them to listen to English spoken at normal conversational speed by educated English speakers and respond appropriately in different socio-cultural and professional contexts.

  • Further, they would be required to communicate their ideas relevantly and coherently in writing.

The English Language Communication Skills Lab is divided into two practice areas:

 

1. Multi-Media Laboratory

 

The objective is to provide an exhaustive practice for students in Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation and Phonetics while enhancing their reading and listening skills through learner friendly software installed in thirty five systems, with one Teacher console.

 

2. Oral & Written Communication Skills Laboratory

 

The objective is to provide a platform for the students to enhance their speaking and writing skills. The Oral & Written Communication Skills Lab, with three conference tables for thirty students, is equipped with a public address system, a camera, a television and an LCD Projector. Students are trained to use language effectively in Presentations, Public Speaking, Debates and Group Discussions in order to enhance their skills to face interviews confidently.

 

Engineering Physics Lab

 

The Engineering Physics lab in RCEE is well-equipped fulfilling the norms of AICTE, JNTU-Kakinada. It consists of various experimental set-ups focusing on the principles of Optics, Mechanics, Electrical, electronics, and Opto-electronics. Experimental knowledge on these physical properties forms a bridge between Science and Technology and creates innovative ideas in the minds of engineering students.

 

Course Objectives:

1. To enable the student to draw the relevance between the theoretical knowledge and to imply it in a practical manner with respect to analyze various electronic circuits and its components.

 

2. To analyze the behavior and characteristics of various materials for its optimum utilization.

   

3. To enable the student to learn about the various electronic communication mechanisms and their usage in a practical manner.

 

Course Outcomes:

 

1. The student will learn to draw the relevance between theoretical knowledge and the means to imply it in a practical manner by performing various relative experiments.

 

2. The student will be enabled to know about the characteristics and the behavior of various materials in a practical manner and gain knowledge about various communication mediums and its usage.

 

Engineering Chemitry Lab

 

Objective:

• Able to attain good idea over analysis.

• Can improve skills in analyzing samples.

• Able to get an idea over Instrumental methods of analysis.

• Can differentiate Instrumental methods with Titrimetric methods

 

Outcomes: This course enables students to

 

• Analyze different types of water samples to test quality parameters.

• Improve experimental skills basing on theoretical concepts.

• Develop an idea towards using different types of instruments in estimating the composition of materials in samples related to Soil, Water & Air

• Metal ion detection by adopting instrumentation methods

 

Major Equipment

• pH meters.

• Conductivity meters.

• Potentiometers.

• Electrical Balance.

• Double distillation unit.

S. No.

Name of the Faculty

Designation

Qualification

Experience
(Years)

 

1 NARAYANAM LAKSHMI SRINIVAS B.COM, M.A (ENGLISH) PROFESSOR 30
2 Dr. SUDHIR KUMAR PATNAIK BA (ENGLISH), MA (ENGLISH), M.PHIL, Ph.D ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 8
3 BHANDARI POOJA B.A, M.A (ENGLISH) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 12
4 GHALI DURGA VYSHNAVI BA, MA (ENGLISH), PGDFE, PGDCA, M.SC (PSYCOLOGY) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 12
5 NADIPALLI SATYA SRIKANTH B.SC, MA (ENGLISH) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 9
6 PUVVULA KALYANI SWAPNA B.COM, M.A (ENGLISH), MBA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 8
7 BONDA DEEPIKA B.COM, MA (ENGLISH), M.ED ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 5
8 B MEENA LAKSHMI B.COM, MA (ENGLISH) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 1.3
9 NOOKALA SUNEETHA B.COM, MA (ENGLISH) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 1.3
10 KODAMATI HEMALATHA B.SC, MA (ENGLISH) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2
11 MOGADA HARITHA BA, MA (ENGLISH) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 1.3
12 DURGASI VENKATA LAKSHMANARAO B.COM, M.COM ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 8
13 Dr. J S V N MANI KUMAR B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), Ph.D PROFESSOR (Adjunct) 15
14 Dr. A SREE DEVI B.A, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), M.PHIL, Ph.D PROFESSOR 13
15 KRISHNAN VENKATA SUBRAMANIAN B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), M.PHIL, M.TECH (IT), (Ph.D) PROFESSOR 17
16 PASUMARTHI RAMA SOBHANA BABU B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), M.PHIL, (Ph.D) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 12
17 DIDDI SRINIVASA RAO B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), M.PHIL, (Ph.D) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 11
18 NADIKATLA RAVINDRA B.A, M.SC (MATHEMATICS), (M.PHIL) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 9
19 CHITTIBOMMA VEERA ARUNA B.SC, M.SC (STATISTICS), (Ph.D) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 5
20 THOTA SRINIVASA RAO B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 6
21 ATTILI TRIVENI B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 3
22 PANCHAKARLA RADHA KALYANI B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 7
23 SHEIK BAJI B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2
24 IBBA VIJAYA KUMARI B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 1.9
25 NANDURI HIMABINDU B.A, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2
26 B JHANSI B.SC, M.SC (MATHEMATICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 3
27 Dr. G SRINIVASA RAO B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS), M.PHIL, Ph.D PROFESSOR 12
28 Dr. LINGINENI TANUJ KUMAR B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS), Ph.D PROFESSOR 13
29 Dr. NALLIBOINA CHINA RAMESH BABU B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS), Ph.D PROFESSOR 10
30 KONEY SRI RAMULU B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS) PROFESSOR 16
31 Dr. TUMMA GURU VENKATA MALLIKHARJUNA RAO B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS), Ph.D ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 7
32 PARIMI VALLI RANI B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 10
33 TAMIRSI VENKATA LAKSHMI B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 1.9
34 NARA ANITHA REDDY B.SC, M.SC (PHYSICS) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2
35 Dr. VADDADI KRISHNA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY), Ph.D PROFESSOR 11
36 Dr. VEMAVARAPU RAMA KRISHNA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY), Ph.D PROFESSOR 14
37 Dr. KURUPUDI V V SATYANARAYANA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY), Ph.D PROFESSOR 11
38 THOTA ANUPAMA RASHMI B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY) PROFESSOR 24
39 PILLUTLA GEETHA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 5
40 KILARAPU SRINIVASA RAO B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 6
41 ILLA NAGA MOUNIKA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2
42 SARASWATHULA S L SUSEELA B.SC, M.SC (CHEMISTRY) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 3
43 Dr. KASARANENI VENKATA PADMA PRIYA B.SC, M.SC (ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE), M.PHIL, MA (ENGLISH), Ph.D PROFESSOR 13
44 BOLLEDDU SUDHAKAR B.SC, M.SC (ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 7
45 Dr. PANDU MUDHAVATH B.COM, M.A, M.L.ISC, M.PHIL, Ph.D ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 10
46 PILLAJUTTU BABU RAO BA, MLISC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 4.2
47 YADALA NARESH B.COM, MBA, M.L.ISC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 0
48 KODELA MADHU BABU B.A, B.P.ED ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 8
49 SAAVANAMPUDI SWAPNA BA, B.PED, M.PED ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2

Orientation Programme:

A one day orientation program for I year B.Tech students was organised on 2-7-15. This is to give a brief introduction to the fresher’s of various engineering streams about different issues related to classroom teaching, learning process, examinations, Laboratories etc.

 

The program was conducted at the RCE Auditorium. About 500 participants from all the branches and their parents participated in the program. Dr K.Rama Krishna, Director of RCE, Dr Isaac Prasad, Principal, inaugurated the Orientation Program, Dr. P.Isaac Prasad, Principal, RCE welcomed everyone to this program and briefed the profile of college and highlighted some of the important achievements, activities like Campus Placements, Student Counselling, Anti ragging Cell, Students Monitoring System, Library, Research & Development cell and extensive use of technology for facilitating student support services in the college. Later all Department HOD’s had given a brief idea about the technical departments.

 

Dr K.Rama Krishna, Director had gave splendid information about effective skills to improve the subject knowledge and emphasized the importance of hard work and sincerity for students. Dr K.Rama Krishna explained the importance of Conceptual Learning which is important for every student to develop in all aspects. He also advised the parents to check their wards related to studies and other aspects regularly. Dr.K.Jaya Rami Reddy, Dean of BESH department also shared valuable information about learning processes and how to develop the ability to think logically. He also explained about various disciplinary measures taken to avoid ragging in the College campus. The program was concluded with valedictory note by the coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

GUEST LECTURE BY ADITYA KESANUPALLI OF PETROFAC

A one-day Guest Lecture was conducted for I B.tech students on 27-8-2015. The Resource person Mr. Aditya Kesanapalli of Petrofac company delivered a motivational speech about the career guidance and personality development. He gave a valuable information about different learning platforms and career options. He created a self awareness programme for the betterment of students

 

 

Regular Branch Year & Semester
R16 cse 1-1
R16 ECE 1-1
R16 EEE 1-1
R16 civil Engg 1-1
R16 Mechanical Engg 1-1
R13 cse 1-1
R13 ECE 1-1
R13 EEE 1-1
R13 civil Engg 1-1
R13 Mechanical Engg 1-1

 

 

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