Department of Science and Humanities

HOD Profile

Department of Science and Humanities is headed by Mr.K.V.Subramanian who has 18 years of Teaching and Research experience. He has completed his UG and PG (Mathematics) from Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamilnadu. Also he has completed his M.Phil from the same University. He has recently submitted his Ph.D thesis at SCSVMV University, Tamilnadu. He participated in many National and International conferences and published several research papers in national and international journals . He has rich experience in dealing with different fields of administrative positions. He heads the department with a constant motivating spirit by encouraging all the staff members to progress in both academic and research activities.

Mr. K.V.Subramanian M.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil., (Ph.D)
ashod@rcee.ac.in
Department Profile

Department of Science and Humanities enfold the faculty of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and Environmental Sciences. Faculty members of the department are well experienced in their respective areas, active participations in R&D with research publications in reputed National and International Journals. The Department consists of Six Doctorates effectively influencing the young minds in honing their skills. 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 faculty members of the department are dynamic and carry out towards all the activities of the institution. Department is committed to serve the needs of various branches in engineering by fostering an effective Teaching-Learning Environment. The unique strength of the department is the excellent coordination in carrying out the academic responsibilities. The department includes State-of-the-Art laboratories and advanced department library facilities. The unique features and strategies to enhance the fundamental knowledge in basic sciences and mathematics pave an identity with the programmes CE, EEE, ME, ECE and CSE.

Objectives
  1. To emerge as a brand identity, making students fit for the modern requirements of the industries and organizations.
  2. To bring prosperity through application of Technical Knowledge.
  3. To bring forward a holistic approach to Technical Education.
  4. To promote and enhance the creativity in order to handle upcoming issues confronting the modern world.
Goals of Department:
Short Term Goals:
  1. Preparing students as budding Engineers to embark on a journey towards innovation and invention.
  2. Promoting freedom of thought, expression and encourages a sense of quest.
  3. To prepare students for careers across a broad range of Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Technology Disciplines.
Long Term Goals:
  1. To mould the students through methodological teaching and modern ICT tools with the goal to prepare them to core Engineering Subjects.
  2. Bring intellectual thinking and individuality into student’s mind which is vital for Engineering Courses.
vision-image

To emerge as a “Centre of excellence” offering high quality Technical Education and Research Opportunities to learners and also develop complete personality of graduates with good communication, discipline, lifelong learning, leadership qualities, ethics and global standards there by making them professionally deft and intellectually adept to contribute for the advancement of environment and society.

mision-image

To impart high quality technical education by providing the state-of-the art infrastructure, core instruction and well experienced and qualified faculty. To develop highly motivated engineering professionals with good knowledge, communication skills, human and ethical values, requisite skills and competence. To produce highly successful graduates who can contribute to the profession to resolve the societal and environmental issues in the society.

Infrastructure

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

englab
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

aplab

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

aclab
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.


LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS FOR THE A.Y 2018-2019
S. No. Name of the Staff Designation Qualification Total Experience Regular/ Contract /Adjunct Date of Joining
MM/DD/YYYY
Profile
1 Mr. K.V. Subramanian Professor & HoD M.Sc.,M.Phil.(Ph.D) 18 Regular 10/24/2011 view
2 Dr. S.V.B.S. Rao Professor M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D 17 Regular 06/12/2017 view
3 Dr. L. Tanuj Kumar Professor M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D 13 Regular 07/02/2015 view
4 Dr.K.V.Padma Priya Professor M.Sc.,M.A(Eng),M.Phil.,Ph.D. 13 Regular 06/01/2015 view
5 Dr.Sudhir Kumar Patnaik Associate Professor M.A.,M.Phil.,Ph.D. 8 Regular 06/01/2015 view
6 Dr.D. Prasanna Associate Professor M.Sc.,Ph.D. 7 Regular 06/08/2018 view
7 Mr.N.Lakshmi Srinivas Assistant Professor M.A(Eng).,MADFE, M.A (Phil),B.Ed., 21 Regular 02/21/2011 view
8 Mrs. B.Durga Vyshnavi Assistant Professor M.A.,M.Sc (Psy),PGDFE 11 Regular 04/10/2014 view
9 Mr. K.Sri Ramulu Assistant Professor M.Sc., (Ph.D) 16 Regular 09/02/2011 view
10 Mrs.P.Valli Rani Assistant Professor M.Sc., 11 Regular 07/03/2012 view
11 Ms.Anupama Rashmi Assistant Professor M.Sc., 16 Regular 08/03/2015 view
12 Mrs.B.Pooja Assistant Professor M.A.,PGCTE,TTT, (Ph.D) 13 Regular 08/01/2008 view
13 Mr.P.R.Sobhana Babu Assistant Professor M.Sc.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D) 14 Regular 09/10/2012 view
14 Mr.D.Srinivasa Rao Assistant Professor M.Sc.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D) 11 Regular 09/04/2014 view
15 Mr.N.Ravindra Assistant Professor M.Sc.,(M.Phil) 9 Regular 08/04/2011 view
16 Mr.T.Srinivasa Rao Assistant Professor M.Sc., 8 Regular 09/29/2014 view
17 Mrs.Ch.Veera Aruna Assistant Professor M.Sc.,(Ph.D) 5 Regular 06/01/2015 view
18 Mrs. P Radha Kalyani Assistant Professor M.Sc.,B.Ed., 8 Regular 05/02/2016 view
19 Ms.B. Jhansi Assistant Professor M.Sc., 4 Regular 06/09/2017 view
20 Ms.I. Vijaya Kumari Assistant Professor M.Sc., 3 Regular 06/01/2015 view
21 Mrs. P.Kalyani Swapna Assistant Professor M.A.,MBA (PhD) 8 Regular 10/10/2011 view
22 Mrs. B.Deepika Assistant Professor M.A.,M.Ed., 4 Regular 01/06/2016 view
23 Mrs. D.Nischala Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed., 7 Regular 08/08/2017 view
24 Ms.M.Haritha Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed., 3 Regular 12/03/2015 view
25 Ms.N.Suneetha Assistant Professor M.A 3 Regular 12/04/2015 view
26 Ms.K.Hemalatha Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed., 3 Regular 12/03/2015 view
27 Ms.B.Meena Lakshmi Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed., 3 Regular 12/04/2015 view
28 Ms.T.Venkata Lakshmi Assistant Professor M.Sc.,B.Ed., 3 Regular 06/01/2015 view
29 Ms. Nara Anitha Reddy Assistant Professor M.Sc., 3 Regular 01/04/2017 view
30 Ms.P.Geetha Assistant Professor M.Sc.,B.Ed., 5 Regular 04/01/2013 view
31 Ms.I Naga Mounika Assistant Professor M.Sc., 4 Regular 07/19/2016 view
32 Ms.V.Srivalli Assistant Professor M.Sc., 3 Regular 12/12/2017 view
33 Mr.B.Sudhakar Assistant Professor M.Sc., 6 Regular 02/13/2015 view
34 Dr.B.Manikya Rao Associate Professor M.Li.Sc.,Ph.D.(PDF) 22 Regular 06/01/2017 view
35 Mr.Venkata Reddy Assistant Professor M.Li.Sc., 6 Regular 11/27/2012 view
36 Mr.N.Srikanth Assistant Professor M.A., 10 Regular 12/10/2015 view
37 Mr.D.Lakshmana Rao Assistant Professor M.Com., 10 Regular 03/03/2014 view
38 Mr.K.Madhu Babu Assistant Professor M.P.Ed., 7 Regular 10/01/2010 view
39 Ms.S.Swapna Assistant Professor M.P.Ed., 2 Regular 06/05/2017 view
Syllabus
Regulation Branch Year & semister
R16 CSE 1-1
R16 ECE 1-1
R16 CIVIL 1-1
R16 EEE 1-1
R13 CSE 1-1
R13 ECE 1-1
R13 EEE 1-1
R13 CIVIL 1-1
R13 MECH 1-1
Department Library

The Department Library consists of 89 Volumes of Text Books the books will be utilized by the department faculty can take the books for reference. They can avail the facility in college hours.


Books Details
S.No Title Authors

1

Engineering Mechanics

A.K. Tayal

2

Engineering Mechanics

S.S.Bhavikatti

3

Engineering Mechanics

S.Rajase Karan

4

Engineering Mechanics of Solids

Egorp popov

5

Engineering Mechanics

R.S.Kurrmi

6

Engineering Mechanics

S.Timoshenko

7

Engineering Mechanics

Dr.R.K.Bansal

8

Engineering Mechanics

G.Krishna Mohan

9

Electronics Devices and Circuits

N.Suresh Kumar

10

Principles of Electromagnetics

Mathew N.O. Sadiker

11

Solid State Physics

S.O.Pillai

12

Engineering Physics

R.K.Gaur

13

Digital Logic and Computer Design

M.Morris Mano

14

Digital Logic Design

Stephn Brown

15

University Physics

Hugh D.Young

16

Solid State Physics

S.O.Pillai

17

Engineering Physics

Hitendrakondia

18

Engineering Physics

A.Bhaskaran

19

Engineering Physics

Sivakami

20

Engineering Physics 2nd Edition

P.K.Palaniswamy

21

Applied Physics 4th Edition

Arthur Bieser

22

Applied Physics

G.Prasad

23

Solid State Physics

Charles Kittel

24

Solid State Physics 7th Edition

Charles Kittel

25

Engineering Physics

S.Chand

26

Engineering Physics

Dr.P.G.Krishna Sagar

27

Engineering Physics

S.L.Gupta

28

Engineering Chemistry

Jain and Jain

29

Engineering Chemistry

N.Aruna Kumari

30

Engineering Chemistry

D.Srinivasulu

31

Engineering Chemistry

N.Krishna Murthy

32

Engineering Chemistry

C.Parameswari

33

Engineering Chemistry

R.P.Mani

34

Effective Engineers for Engineers and Technologists

Dr.Ajay Rai

35

Word Power made Easy

Lewis

36

Spoken English

R.k.Bansal

37

Competency Based interviewing Skills

S.Prabhakaran

38

English Skills for Technical Students

ELT

39

The Art of Effective Communications

Charles Margerism

40

Developing Communication Skills

Wnslane Mohan Meera Benersi

41

Speaking and writing for Effective Business Communications

Fransis Sundraraj

42

English Pronunciations

J.Sethi

43

A Text Book of English Phonetics

BalaSubramanian

44

Murphy’s English Grammar

Raymond Murphy

45

A Handbook of English Professionals

P.Eliah

46

English Conservation Practice

Grant Taylor

47

Speaking English Effectively

Krishna Mohan N.P.Singh

48

Every Day Dialogue in English

Robert.J.Diyson

49

English for Technical Communications

Narayanan K.R.Lakshmi

50

Challenges in Writing English

"R.R.Lakshmi Narayanan
T.Murnganed"

51

Let Us C

Yeswanth Kanithkar

52

A Programming in ANSIC Programming

Bala.Guruswami

53

C Programming – A Problem

Forouzan Prasad

54

Mastering in C

Venu Gopal

55

A text Book of Environmental Science

Arvind Kumar

56

Environmental Science (UGC)

Dr.M.Chandra

57

Text Book of Environmental Science and Technology

M.Anji Reddy

58

Environmental Studies

R.Raja Gopalan

59

Text Book of Environmental Science

Erach Bharucha

60

Environmental Studies

Deeksha Dave P.Udaya Bhaskar

61

An Introduction of Environmental Studies

JNTU-K

62

Professional Ethics and Human Values

M.P.Raghavan’s

63

Professional Ethics and Human Values

M.Govinda Raj

64

Ethics in Engineering Practice and Research

Caroline White Beel

65

Indian Culture values and Professional Ethics

P.S.R. Murthy

66

Ethics in Engineering

Mike – W. Martin Roland Schinzinger

67

Fundamental of Ethics for Scientists and Engineers

Edmund G.Seeban Robert L.Barry

68

Engineering Ethics Concepts and cases

Charles E.Harns Michael S.Pritchan

69

High Engineering Mathematics

B.S.Grewal

70

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Erwin Kreyszig

71

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Greenberg

72

Advanced Engineering Mathematics With MATLAB

Dean G.Duffy

73

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Peter O’Neil

74

Higher Engineering Mathematics

B.V.Ramana

75

Mathematical Techniques

T.Smith & D.W.Jordan

76

Engineering Mathematics Special functions and Complete Variables

Shahnaz Bathal

77

Numerical Methods with Program in C

T.Veerarajan
T.Ramachandran

78

Probability and Statistics

Shahnaz Bathal

79

Probability and Statistics

Ahmed Waheed ullai
M.Ahamed Mohiuddin
Sultan Ali

80

Numerical Methods

E. Balagurusamy

81

Discrete Mathematical Structures with Applications of Computer Science

J.P.Tremblay &R.Manohar

82

Discrete Mathematical Structures Theory and Applications

D.S.Malik & M.K.Sen

83

Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

Dr.D.S.C

84

Engineering Mathematics - Vol II

Dr.T.K.V.Iyengar & Dr.B.Krishnagandhi

85

(Mathematical Methods)

S.Ranganathan & M.U.SSN.Prasad

86

Engineering Mathematics - Vol II

Dr.C.Sankaraidh

87

Engineering Mathematics - Vol II

Dr.T.K.V.Iyengar Dr.B.Krishnagandhi

88

Engineering Mathematics - Vol III

& S.Ranganathan

89

Engineering Mathematics - Vol II

G.M.Swamy
P.Vijaya Laxmi

Academic Calendars


Academic Year Link
R16 - I Click Here

Contact Information


Basic science And Humanities


All the Parents are intimated that every student is assigned with a Faculty counselor where you can get the information of your child regarding his/her Results, Attendance, and Discipline etc.


Academic Year: 2018-19/ I Sem

Class:
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0401 to 18ME1A0420 Ms. ANITHA REDDY 9490009456
2 18ME1A0421 to 18ME1A0440 Dr. SUDHIR KUMAR PATNAIK 9100803879
3 18ME1A0441 to 18ME1A0460 Ms. JHANSI Kumar 9502899397
Class: I ECE-B
S. No Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0461 to 18ME1A0480 Mr. RAMAKRISHNA 8374822452
2 18ME1A0481 to 18ME1A04A0 Mrs. CH. ARUNA 9849835611
3 18ME1A02A1 to 18ME1A04C0 Dr. TANUJ KUMAR 8309492142
Class: I ECE-C
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A04C1 to 18ME1A04E0 Mrs. B. DEEPIKA 9494767780
2 18ME1A04E1 to 18ME1A04G0 Mr. K.V.SUBRAMANIAN 9440873440
3 18ME1A04G1 to 18ME1A04I0 & Mr. HARIHARA KUMAR 9030766884
Class: I EEE-A
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0201 to 18ME1A0220 Mrs. I. NAGA MOUNIKA 9133603333
2 18ME1A0221 to 18ME1A0240 Mr. T.SRINIVAS 9505605606
3 18ME1A0240 to 18ME1A0260 Mr. K. SRIRAMULU 9963317414
Class: I EEE-B
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A02861 to 18ME1A0280 Mr. B. SUDHAKAR 9704672694
2 18ME1A0281 to 18ME1A02A0 Mr. RAGHU CHANDRA 9052834405
3 18ME1A02A1 to 18ME1A02C0 Mrs. P.KALYANI SWAPNA 8555864868
Class: I-CIVIL
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0101 to 18ME1A0120 Dr. D. PRASANNA 9944445378
2 18ME1A0121 to 18ME1A0140 Mrs. DURGA VYSHNAVI 9948436945
3 18ME1A0141 to 18ME1A0160 Dr. K.V. PADMAPRIYA 9705020457
Class: I-CSE-A
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0501 to 18ME1A0520 Mr. N.RAVINDRA 8377822452
2 18ME1A0521 to 18ME1A0540 Mr. P.V.KISHORE KUMAR 8008066724
3 18ME1A0541 to 18ME1A0560 Mr. SOBHANBABU 9704060505
Class: I-CSE-B
td>S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0561 to 18ME1A0580 Mrs. VALLI RANI 9441263673
2 18ME1A0581 to 18ME1A05A0 Mr. N.L.SRINIVAS 9866029649
3 18ME1A05A1 to 18ME1A05C0 Mr. VISWA PRASAD 9618554007
Class: I-ME-A
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0301 to 18ME1A0320 Mr. D.SRINIVAS 8328000691
2 18ME1A0321 to 18ME1A0340 Mr. RADHAKRISHNA 9440757759
3 18ME1A0341 to 18ME1A0360 Mr.P.RAJESH 8985230119
Class: I-ME-B
S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0361 to 18ME1A0380 Ms. P. GEETHA 7095967794
2 18ME1A0381 to 18ME1A03A0 Mr. PHANI BABU 6301894995
3 18ME1A03A1 to 18ME1A03C0 Mr. B.NARENDRA 9000076769

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