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Humanities & Sciences

Humanities and Sciences Department exists right from the inception of the college 1997. The department is mainly devoted for the all round development of I B.Tech. students. The Department is having dedicated and experienced faculty.

H&S Department comprises of four units like English, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The staff has significantly contributed in research areas such as Charge transfer complexes, Fiber optics, Polymers, Nanotechnology, material science, etc.

Among the twenty nine faculty members of the department, there are two doctorates and four are pursuing their research work. The Department provides an outstanding research environment with the aid of qualified faculty. They are regularly engaged in attending & organizing several National, International conferences, workshops and courses on various subjects.

  • Department of Physics

  • Department of physics is one of the oldest departments, established in 1997. Engineering Physics is an allied subject to all the branches of engineering and technology.  Department is having all well qualified and experienced faculty along with supporting staff.  The faculty is actively involved in research work and publishing papers in various journals.

  • Department of physics is headed by Dr.Brijesh.N.Chawda, Professor in Physics.  He has total 20 yrs of teaching experience. He has published 35 papers in international journals. His research interests are in areas of fiber optics, phtonic crystals, solitons and nanotechnology.

  • Engineering physics subject helps the students to learn the fundamental concepts engineering field. It includes the study of solid state physics, quantum physics, statistical physics, semiconductors, lasers, fiber optics, superconductors, nanotechnology, magnetic and dielectric materials etc.

  • The department is having two well equipped laboratories such as Optics Laboratory and General Physics Laboratory for conducting experiments as stipulated in the curriculum of all the branches for B.Tech 1st year.

Objectives of Physics Laboratory: The student is expected to learn the concept of error and its analysis. It also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in engineering. With the exposure to these experiments the students can compare the theory and correlate with experiment.

  • Finally, engineering physics course generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances and improves our quality of life by providing the basic understanding necessary for developing new instrumentation and techniques for various applications.

  • It also helps the student to develop problem solving skills and analytical skills.

Department of Chemistry

  • Chemistry unit is one of the oldest unit, established in 1997. Chemistry is an allied subject to all the branches of engineering and technology.

  • Department of chemistry is headed by Mrs.M. Aruna.

  • Chemistry unit is having well qualified and experienced faculty and supporting staff. The faculty is actively involved in research work, publishing papers in various journals.

  • Engineering requires the concepts of applied chemistry. In the future, global problems and issues will require an in depth understanding of chemistry to a have a global solution. Engineering chemistry connects science and engineering.

  • The chemistry unit is having well equipped laboratory for conducting experiments as stipulated in the curriculum.

Objectives of Engineering Chemistry Lab

  • Different experiments in the curricula were performed in the laboratory that will give complete understanding of various chemical processes which the budding engineers will encounter working as professional. It is hoped that they will be able to tackle the process operation and control in an efficient manner.

  • Knowledge of this lab could be used by the students in their future endeavour while working in various industries/institutions

Department of English

  • This unit has five senior faculty members and headed by Mrs. Baderunnisa, a senior most faculty with 22 years of teaching experience.

  • English unit feels that the globalization has brought in numerous opportunities for the teeming millions, with more focus on the students’ overall capability, apart from the academic competence.

  • Many students, particularly those from vernacular medium, find that they are not preferred for the jobs due to their inadequacy of communication skills and soft skills, despite possessing sound subject knowledge and technical expertise.

  • Keeping in view pre-employment needs and career requirements, the department of Humanities & Sciences, has recently established the state-of-the-art Digital Multimedia English Language Labs replacing the conventional labs.

  • The Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) lab has the capacity of 32 workstations apart from one Instructor workstation. This software based language lab aims to familiarize the learners to the nuances of English speech like sounds, word accent, sentence accent, rhythm and intonation and to neutralize the influence of the regional accent and to bring about a consistent accent and intelligibility in their English.

  • The Interactive Communication Skills (ICS) lab is located in a spacious room with good acoustics, well equipped with the latest technological aids viz., T.V. with large screen, VCD,LCD,OHP etc., that facilitates the students to develop their soft skills, presentation skills and to build up their confidence, enhance their performance in Placement Interviews, Group Discussions and other recruitments.

Department of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics is headed by Dr.E.Ranjith kumar.

The mathematics unit is one of the strongest units. Mathematics unit is always striving to pass their knowledge to students. It consists of 5 faculties.

Since, the mathematics is one of the important tools for engineering students,

Mathematics will help the engineers to understand and solve various concepts of science theories.

Mathematics helps engineer to analyze the given discrete data and to understand the system for better interpretation and decision making.Knowledge of mathematics will help the budding engineers to find solutions for the real world problems. Department always feels that the Mathematics is foundation to all engineering subjects.

Department of others

This department is headed by Mr.D.Srinivasulu.

Department is having all well qualified and experienced faculty along with supporting staff.

Important subjects related to environment, business, marketing, commerce, economics, management etc are taught to students.

  • Humanities and Sciences Department exists right from the inception of the college 1997. The department is mainly devoted for the all round development of I B.Tech. students. The Department is having dedicated and experienced faculty.

  • H&S Department comprises of five units like English, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and others. The faculty has significantly contributed in research areas such as Charge transfer complexes, Fiber optics, Polymers, Nanotechnology, material science, etc.

  • Among the twenty five faculty members of the department, there are two doctorates and eight are pursuing their research work. The Department provides an outstanding research environment with the aid of qualified faculty. They are regularly engaged in attending & organizing several National, International conferences, workshops and courses on various subjects.

  • The faculty is mainly committed to cater the tools of knowledge required in a most applicable fashion to enable the students to comprehend engineering problems clearly.

  • The faculty of H&S put serious effort in inculcating moral and ethical values in the students and orients the students towards the ultimate goal of relating their knowledge to the reality of life situations.

NCC Unit 

  • We have NCC Senior mixed wing and it comes under, 8 Telangana Battalion, Secandrabad Directorate, is headed by trainedAssociate NCC Officer, Lieutenant. Adoni Vanisree, Asst. Prof. English.H &S Dept.

  • The NCC unit of this college is unique with large ground for parades, drills and for obstacle training.

  • Our aim is to develop qualities like Patriotism, Positive thinking, Courage, Comradeship, Leadership, Spirit of adventure, Sportsmanship, Social Services and Unity and Discipline which is the motto of NCC, among the cadets.

  • Here we are making them physically as well as mentally strong.

  • The cadets are given unique opportunity to grow academically and professionally.

Humanities & Sciences Department Achievements

  • As a social responsibility, department is associated with scientific bodies and social organizations like ME (Man & Environment) organization, NSS and NCC units are striving for their professional and intellectual development.

  • Faculty have published good number of papers in various National and international journals.

Vision

· To develop the department into center of learnin

  To create the interest in engineering studies

  To inculcate ethical and moral values among students to enable them to become useful and responsible citizens.

Objectives

· To train the students to provide basic knowledge and skills in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and English for application in engineering and technology.

· To motivate the students and staff for continuous learning.

· To promote research and development activities in collaboration with other departments and organizations.

· To Improve interdisciplinary interaction.

Department of Physics

Department of physics is one of the oldest departments, established in 1997. Engineering Physics is an allied subject to all the branches of engineering and technology. Department is having five well qualified and experienced faculty along with supporting staff. The faculty is actively involved in research work and publishing papers in various journals.

Department of physics is headed by Dr.Brijesh.N.Chawda, Professor in Physics. He has total 20 yrs of teaching experience. He has published 35 papers in international journals. His research interests are in areas of fiber optics, photonic crystals, solitons, and nanotechnology.

Engineering physics subject helps the students to learn the fundamental concepts engineering field. It includes the study of solid state physics, quantum physics, statistical physics, semiconductors, lasers, fiber optics, superconductors, nanotechnology, magnetic and dielectric materials etc.

The department is having two well-equipped laboratories such as Optics Laboratory and General Physics Laboratory for conducting experiments as stipulated in the curriculum of all the branches for the B.Tech 1st year.

 

Objectives of Physics Laboratory: The student is expected to learn the concept of error and its analysis. It also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in engineering. With the exposure to these experiments, the students can compare the theory and correlate with experiment.

Finally, engineering physics course generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances and improves our quality of life by providing the basic understanding necessary for developing new instrumentation and techniques for various applications.

It also helps the student to develop problem-solving skills and analytical skills.

 

Department of Chemistry

 

Chemistry unit is one of the oldest unit, established in 1997. Chemistry is an allied subject to all the branches of engineering and technology.

Department of chemistry is headed by Mrs.M. Aruna.

Chemistry unit is having five well qualified and experienced faculty and supporting staff. The faculty is actively involved in research work, publishing papers in various journals.

Engineering requires the concepts of applied chemistry. In the future, global problems and issues will require an in depth understanding of chemistry to a have a global solution. Engineering chemistry connects science and engineering.

The chemistry unit is having the well-equipped laboratory for conducting experiments as stipulated in the curriculum.

 

Objectives of Engineering Chemistry Lab

 

Different experiments in the curricula were performed in the laboratory that will give a complete understanding of various chemical processes which the budding engineers will encounter working as professional. It is hoped that they will be able to tackle the process operation and control in an efficient manner.

Knowledge of this lab could be used by the students in their future endeavor while working in various industries/institutions

 

Department of English

This unit has five senior faculty members and headed by Mrs. Baderunnisa, a senior most faculty with 22 years of teaching experience.

English unit feels that the globalization has brought in numerous opportunities for the teeming millions, with more focus on the students’ overall capability, apart from the academic competence.

Many students, particularly those from the vernacular medium, find that they are not preferred for the jobs due to their inadequacy of communication skills and soft skills, despite possessing the sound subject knowledge and technical expertise.

Keeping in view pre-employment needs and career requirements, the department of Humanities & Sciences has recently established the state-of-the-art Digital Multimedia English Language Labs replacing the conventional labs.

The Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) lab has the capacity of 32 workstations apart from one Instructor workstation. This software-based language lab aims to familiarize the learners to the nuances of English speech-like sounds, word accent, sentence accent, rhythm and intonation and to neutralize the influence of the regional accent and to bring about a consistent accent and intelligibility in their English.

The Interactive Communication Skills (ICS) lab is located in a spacious room with good acoustics, well equipped with the latest technological aids viz., T.V. with large screen, VCD,LCD,OHP etc., that facilitates the students to develop their soft skills, presentation skills and to build up their confidence, enhance their performance in Placement Interviews, Group Discussions and other recruitments.

 

Department of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics is headed by Mr.G.Raghunandan Rao.

 

The mathematics unit is one of the strongest units. Mathematics unit is always striving to pass their knowledge to students. It consists of 6 faculties.

Since, the mathematics is one of the important tools for engineering students,

Mathematics will help the engineers to understand and solve various concepts of scientific theories.

Mathematics helps engineer to analyze the given discrete data and to understand the system for better interpretation and decision making. Knowledge of mathematics will help the budding engineers to find solutions to the real world problems. The department always feels that the Mathematics is the foundation to all engineering subjects.

 

Department of others

This department is headed by Mrs.M.Shailajamma.

It consists of five faculty members.

Important subjects related to the environment, business, marketing, commerce, economics, management etc are taught to students.

Humanities and Sciences Department exists right from the inception of the college 1997. The department is mainly devoted to the all-round development of I B.Tech. students. The Department is having dedicated and experienced faculty.

H&S Department comprises of five units like English, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and others. The faculty has significantly contributed in research areas such as Charge transfer complexes, Fiber optics, Polymers, Nanotechnology, material science, etc.

Among the twenty-five faculty members of the department, there are two doctorates and eight are pursuing their research work. The Department provides an outstanding research environment with the aid of qualified faculty. They are regularly engaged in attending & organizing several National, International conferences, workshops and courses on various subjects.

The faculty is mainly committed to cater the tools of knowledge required in a most applicable fashion to enable the students to comprehend engineering problems clearly.

The faculty of H&S put serious effort in inculcating moral and ethical values in the students and orients the students towards the ultimate goal of relating their knowledge to the reality of life situations.

 

NCC Unit

 

We have NCC Senior mixed wing and it comes under, 8 Telangana Battalion, Secandrabad Directorate, is headed by trained Associate NCC Officer, Lieutenant. Adoni Vanisree, Asst. Prof. English.H &S Dept.

The NCC unit of this college is unique with the large ground for parades, drills and for obstacle training.

Our aim is to develop qualities like Patriotism, Positive thinking, Courage, Comradeship, Leadership, Spirit of adventure, Sportsmanship, Social Services and Unity and Discipline which is the motto of NCC, among the cadets.

Here we are making them physically as well as mentally strong.

The cadets are given unique opportunity to grow academically and professionally.

Humanities & Sciences Department Achievements

   As a social responsibility, the department is associated with scientific bodies and social organizations like ME (Man & Environment) organization, NSS and NCC units are striving for their professional and intellectual development.

    Faculty have published good number of papers in various National and international journals.

 

 

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Prof. Brijesh N Chawda is currently working as Professor and Head of Humanities and Sciences Department.

 Cadre : Professor - Ratified by JNTUH.

JNTUH Faculty Reg-Id: 9249-150409-143930

Papers Published : 35

Years of Experience : 19

Areas of Interest: Fiber optics, Photonic crystals, Solitons, Nanotechnology,SSP.

Professional Experience

  • Professor and Head, H&S Dept, J.P.N.C.E [NOV 2015-Till date].
  • Professor H&S Dept, J.P.N.CE [December 2012-0CT 2015].
  • Assistant professor (Selection Grade), H&S Dept, J.P.N.CE [July 2008 to Nov 2012].
  • Assistant Professor (senior scale), H&S Dept, J.P.N.CE [July 2003 to July 2008].
  • Assistant Professor), H&S Dept, J.P.N.CE [October 1999 to July 2003].
  • Lecturer in physics, Adarsh Degree College, Mahabubnagar [July 1997 to April 1999].

 

Educational Qualifications:

  • S.S.C [1990] with First Division.
  • B.Sc.(M.P.C.) from Osmania Univeristy[1995] with Distinction.
  • M.Sc(PHYSICS) from Nizam college Hyderabad (O.U) [1997] with Distinction.
  • Ph.D (PHYSICS) from JJTU University [2012].

FROM HOD’S DESK

The Department of Humanities and Sciences comprises five disciplines namely Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, English and others which includes environmental studies and MEFA subjects. As an integral part of the institute, the prime focus of department is to create awareness among the students about the significance of science in the field of technology, exemplify excellence, leadership in education and to provide a conceptual base in Basic Sciences which form a foundation to the Engineering subjects.

Apart from this, the department is not only armed to impart knowledge of the Basic Sciences but also blend the future citizens of the nation with ethics and moral that would direct them with the right sense of direction and a purpose of living.

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION

  • Scored cent percentage marks in B.sc physics second year.
  • Secured state 11 rank in O.U- M.Sc entrance exam.
  • Research and Academic Contribution- API Score is above 400.
  • Plagiarism report of thesis is below 15 %.
  • Received appreciation letters for achieving passing percentage above 90% from JPNCE, MBNR.
  • Actively participates Academic and administrative committees.
  • Actively participates Students welfare, counseling and discipline activities.
  • Actively participates in sports, cultural activities and in the department and institutional development activities.
  • Attend several Training Courses, Faculty Development Programmes, Seminars, workshops, Conferences etc.
  • Working as faculty advisor in NSS.
  • Member of anti-ragging committee.
  • Donating blood at least once in a year.
  • Rendered service as jury for judgment in district level inspire awardees exhibition 2012-13.
  • Member of selection committee for recruitment of faculty in JPNCE.
  • Participated in State level /District level caroms competitions.
  • Honor from Gujarathi Samaj as “Samaj Gaurav”.
  • Published paper in the International Conference “The International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Technology and Science ICETETS” Organized by Malla Reddy Institute of Engineering and Technology.

 

Contact No : 8886680006

Email Id : drbrijeshjpnce@gmail.combrijeshchawdahod@gmail.com

 

 

S No

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

QUALIFICATION

01

Dr.BRIJESH .N. CHAWDA

Professor

M.Sc., Ph.D.

02

Mr.P.SRAVAN KUMAR

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

03

Mrs. M JYOTHI

Asst. Prof

M, Sc.

04

Mrs.M. ARUNA

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

05

Mr.B.RAJAIAH

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

06

Mr.C.SOMASHEKAR

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

07

Dr.E. RANJIT KUMAR

Asso.Professor

M.Sc.,M.Phil.Ph.D.

08

Mr.G. RAGHUNANDAN RAO

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

09

Mrs.B.AVANTHIKA

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

10

Mr.C.CHANDRA SEKAR

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

11

Mr.M.SRINIVASA RAO

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.

12

Mrs.BADER UNNISA

Asso.Professor

M.A.,(Ph.D)

13

Mr.R.SAI KRISHNA

Asst.Professor

M.A.,(Ph.D.)

14

Mrs.A.VANI SHREE

Asst.Professor

M.A., M.Phil..(Ph.D.)

15

Mrs.G.SREEDEVI GOUD

Asst.Professor

M.A.

16

Mrs.NAHEDA BEGUM

Asst.Professor

M.A.

17

Mr.D. SRINIVASULU

Asst.Professor

M.Sc.(Ph.D)

18

Mrs.PRAVEEN BEGUM

Asst.Professor

M.Com.

19

R SRINIVASULU

P.D

 

 

Title with page nos.

Journal

 

ISSN / ISBN No.

 

Whether peer reviewed Impact Factor, if any

Main aurhor

 

“The Propagation of Light in Photonic Crystal”

244-245

Indian journal of research- Paripex

2250-1991

yes

0.3208

Dr.Brijesh

 

Soliton and its underlying principle

1-3

International index Indian journal of applied research

2250-1991

yes

0.8215

Dr.Brijesh

 

1-D Photonic crystal and its band gap significance

160-161

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

2250-1991

yes

1.6714

Dr.Brijesh

 

Significant sensing performance of photonic crystals

345-346

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

2277-8179

 

 

Yes

1.8651

Dr.Brijesh

 

Effect of modulation instability on bright solitons propagating in spatially nonlinear media

443-444

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

2277-8179

Yes

1.8651

Dr.Brijesh

 

Modification of classical evolutionary equations of soliton

519-520

International index Indian journal of applied research

2249-555X

Yes

2.1652

Dr.Brijesh

 

Self phase modulation,cross-phase modulation and four wave mixing of the non linear effects in optical fiber.

140-141

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

2277-8179

Yes

1.8651

Dr.Brijesh

 

Visualization of Photonic Crystal by its Photonic Band Structure”

152-153

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

2250-1991

Yes

1.6714

Dr.Brijesh

 

Principle and development of evolutionary equations of soliton propagating in nonlinear media

143-144

Global Journal For Research Analysis (GJRA)

2277-8160

Yes

1.5408

Dr.Brijesh

 

principle of soliton and effect of modulation instability on solitons propagating in nonlinear media

316-317

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

2277-8179

Yes

1.8651

Dr.Brijesh

 

solitons acts as information carrying bits

708-709

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

2249-555x

Yes

2.1652

Dr.Brijesh

 

Effect of transmission spectra of the dielectric photonic crystals

197-198

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

ISSN - 2250-1991

Yes

1.6714

Dr.Brijesh

 

““Effects of transmission spectra of the metallic photonic crystal (MPC)”

191-192

Global Journal For Research Analysis (GJRA)

2277-8160

Yes

1.5408

Dr.Brijesh

 

“The defect states in the photonic crystal introduce additional modes in the photonic band gap”

191-192

Global Journal For Research Analysis (GJRA)

2277-8160

Yes

1.5408

Dr.Brijesh

 

Shapes of Rods Affect the Eigenmode in

Photonic Crystal Fiber

195-196

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

ISSN - 2250-1991

Yes

1.6714

Dr.Brijesh

 

Effect of Nonlinear Four Wave (Fwm) Mixing in

Fiber 71-72

Dr.B71-rijesh.

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

ISSN - 2249-555X

Yes

2.1652

Dr.Brijesh

 

The Nonlinear Effects in an Optical Fiber

71-72

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

ISSN - 2249-555X

Yes

2.1652

Dr.Brijesh

 

“Salient aspects of soliton physics

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

ISSN - 2249-555X

3.6241

Dr.Brijesh

 

Establishment of soliton concept

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

ISSN - 2249-555X

3.6241

Dr.Brijesh

 

Basic optical fiber communication system

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

ISSN No 2277 – 8179

3.2416.

Dr.Brijesh

 

Dispersion and losses in fibers

Global Journal For Research Analysis (GJRA)

ISSN No 2277 – 8160

3.1218.

Dr.Brijesh

 

Soliton based optical fiber communication

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

ISSN No 2277 – 8179

3.2416.

Dr.Brijesh

 

Role of diodes and amplifiers in the optic fiber communication systems

Global Journal For Research Analysis (GJRA)

ISSN No 2277 – 8160

3.1218.

Dr.Brijesh

 
 

 

“The origin of fiber optic systems”

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

ISSN - 2250-1991

3.4163

Dr.Brijesh

 

 

“Historical development of optical communication systems”

 

 

paripex - indian journal of research (pijr)

ISSN - 2250-1991

3.4163

 

 

 

 

Dr.Brijesh

 

Theoretical Study of Results of Fiber Bragg Grating

Solitons

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

Volume : 6 | Issue : 1 | JANUARY 2016 | ISSN - 2249-555X

3.6241

Dr.Brijesh

 
 

 

The Propagation of Light in Photonic Crystal by Visualization of Photonic Band Structure

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

 

 

Volume : 6 | Issue : 1 | JANUARY 2016 | ISSN - 2249-555X

3.6241

Dr.Brijesh

 

Solitons Propagating in Nonlinear Media

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

| JANUARY 2016 • Volume : VI, Issue : I, January - 2016

ISSN No 2277 - 8179ARY 016 • ISSN ISSN No 2277 – 8160 No 2277 - 8179

3.2416

Dr.Brijesh

 

Experimental Study of Results of Fiber

Bragg Grating Solitons

International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR)

Volume : VI, Issue : I, January - 2016

me : 5 | Issue : 1 | ISSN No 2277 – 8160 JANUARY 2016 • ISSN No 2277 - 8179

3.2416

Dr.Brijesh

 

Photonic Bands Predict The Behavior of Light

Accurately

Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR)

Volume : 6 | Issue : 1 | JANUARY 2016 | ISSN - 2249-555X

3.6241

Dr.Brijesh

 

Paper entitled “UNDERLYING PRINCIPLE OF SOLITON”

 

Organized by Malla Reddy Institute of Engineering and Technology

 

 

The International Conference on Emerging Trends in

Engineering, Technology and Science ICETETS

 

 

2345-9808

-

Dr.Brijesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs.Baderunnisa,

Associate Professor of English in H&S Department has completed her M.A (English) and is pursuing her Ph.D from Rayalaseema University. She has been teaching for the last 25 years. She teaches BCS, MBA, MCA AECS, ELCS, GS, Professional English (B.Tech 1st year ), Polytechnic 1st year, III, IV, VI sem. Her area of specialization is English Litt. And Indian Drama. Her subjects of Interest are Communication Skills, Phonetics and Grammar (ELT). Her areas of Interest are Communication Skills, soft skills and Empowering students in the English language. She is a Member of ELTAI @ Hyderabad Chapter. She attended 20 Conferences both National and International and she authored 02 Books on Communication Skills and Easy Grammar. She has 12 publications to her credit. She got Best Faculty Award in 2008 and declared as Top 10 Faculty by Infosys in 2011. She is the co-ordinator of Women’s Wing of JPNCE (JNTUH). Also,she was a resource person for AP intermediate colleges in 2009 and 2011 and lended resource to vivekanand college- shad nagar and Gayatri college of engg in2015.

She is available on 9440738453, bader.jpngi@gmail.com,

Mr. Sai Krishna associate Professor of English in H & S Department did his M.A in English, B.Ed and PGDTE from EFLU, Hyderabad. He is pursuing his Ph.D from Acharya Nagarjuna University. He has been teaching for the last 26 years. His area of specialization is English Language Teaching (ELT) and his area of interest is Communication Skills. He teaches Professional English, ELCS, AECS and Gender Sensitization. He is a Member of ELTAI @ Hyderabad Chapter. He attended 5 Conferences both National and International. He is one of the authors of Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) English Paper IV and Paper VI published by Telugu Akademi. He has 10 Research Papers to his credit. He also hold additional responsibility as Training and Placement Officer.

He is available on kalyani_vempati@yahoo.co.in 9492766849

Adoni Vanishree Working as Assistant Professor, English, in Humanities and Sciences Dept. since 2010. MA. from Dravidian University, M Phil (English Language Teaching), Acharya Nagarjuna University, PhD (ELT) Acharya Nagarjuna University, Dissertation submitted.

Attended National and International Workshops and Seminars. Two Online Publications, and one article published in a book.

Associate NCC Officer, designated as Lieutenant, 8 Telangana Battalion Mahabubnagar. Awardee of Commandants Certificate of Merit, NCC, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.,

JPNCE Canteen Committee Coordinator.

G.SREEDEVI GOUD Working as an Assistant Professor, in English, in Humanities and Sciences Dept. since 2014.

Obtained M.A. from Kakatiya University , PG Diploma in English Language Teaching from Osmania University and L.L.B from Osmania University.

She is an active member in cultural and co- carricular activites. She got appreciation from District collector,Mr.Ronald Ross in conducting All India Essay Writing competitions in college level for the past two years.

NSS unit of the college is being headed by Mrs.G.Sreedevi Goud.

She is also one of the JPNCE Canteen Committee Member.

Every year she gets appreciation letter from the college for achieving above 90% passing percentage.

Name: Mrs. Naheeda Begum

Designation: Assistant Professor

Department: HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Mail ID & Phone Nos. naheeda1980@gmail.com ,naheedabegum786.nb@gmail.com,7799492001

Qualifications: MA.., M.Ed

Area of specialization: English

Experiences: 10 Years

Subjects taught: English for Polytechnic

Subjects of Interest ;English literature/phonetics

Area of Interest: English

Workshops & Conferences: _palamuru university ,mahaboob nagar and BAMUH university, Aurangabad

Attended: 2

Conducted: - science fair

Mr.D.Srinivasulu has been working as asst.professor for Environmental Science and Technology from 2012. Obtained M.Sc from Sri Venkateswara University with outstanding credits and recently submitted his Ph.D thesis entitled “ Biosorption of Fluoride and Nitrates” to the same university. He has 10 years(5+5) of industrial and teaching experinnce. His research interests includes biosorption of pollutants, bioremediation and pollution control technologies. Attended 10 international conferences and published 08 international journals. He recieved NTR Prathibha Puraskar-2007 from Sri Venkateswara University for highest credits and Best Team accomplishment award from Dr.Kiran Muzumdar, CEO, Biocon Ltd, Bangalore. He is a life member in professional organisations like Indian Science Congress Association(ISCA), Kolkata, International Society for Environmental Information Sciences(ISEIS), Canada.

Mrs.PARVEEN BEGUM working as assistant Professor in the department of HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES since 2017.Subjects taught subjects like MEFA, BEFA, MS, IBM and her Subjects of Interest are MEFA, BEFA, MS, IBM

Mail ID & Phone Nos. parveenbegum337@gmail.com,9703523200.

Qualifications: M.Com

Mr. G.RAGHUNANDAN RAO working as Assistant Professor in the sub dept Mathematics of HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES dept.

He has been working in the institution since 2003.

He taught Subjects M-I, M-II, M-IV, MFCS and diploma maths and his area of interest is APPLIED MATHEMATICS.

He attend several national and internationals workshops/conferences on applications of engineering mathematics.

Mail ID & Phone Nos. grnrao.jpnce@gmail.com,9951867626

Qualifications: M.Sc. B.Ed

Name: Dr. E. Ranjit Kumar

Designation: Asso Professor

Department: HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Mail ID & Phone Nos. ranjitkumarepuri@gmail.com 9441260089

Qualifications: M.Sc. B.Ed, M.Phill., (Ph.D)

Area of specialization: Applied Mathematics

Experiences: 18Years

Subjects taught: M-I,M-II,M-III,M-IV,P&S

Subjects of Interest: M-I,M-III,M-IV.

Area of Interest: Differentiation ,laplace transformations,probability,Hypothesis testing.

Memberships:

Publications:02

C.CHANDRA SHEKAR Working as an Assistant Professor in Mathematics ,Humanities and Sciences Dept. since 2007.

Obtained M.Sc.(Statistics) from Dr.Babasaheb Marathwada University, Aurangabad in the year1999 with first Division and B.Ed from Osmania university in the year 2005.

worked as lecturer in statistics in PMR degree collge from 1999 to 2002

worked as lecturer in statistics in PHRM degree collge from 2002 to 2004

worked as lecturer in statistics in THAKSHASHILA degree collge from 2004 to 2005

JPNCE H& S JNTU and AICTE coordinator Committee Member.

Received appreciation letters from JPNCE for achieving above 90 % passing percentage.

Attende NATIONAL WORK SHOP on NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING at NIT waranagal during april 4th to 5th in 2008.

Mrs. AVANTHIKA B working as Assistant Professor in the sub dept of Mathemetics of the dept HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES. Her qualifications is M.Sc. B.Ed.

She has been working for the last 10 Years and taught subjects M-I,M-II,M-III,M-IV,OR and diploma mathematics.

Her area of interests are differentiation ,laplace transformations,probability and hypothesis testing.

She attend 2 national and internationals workshops each.

She is also one of the JPNCE Canteen Committee Member.

Name: Mr. SRINIVASA Rao

Designation: Assistant Professor

Department: HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Mail ID & Phone Nos. vasuumadireddy@gmail.com 9494888109

Qualifications: M.Sc.

Area of specialization: APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Experiences: 8 Years

Subjects taught: Engg.Mathematics, M-I,M-III.

Subjects of Interest: M-I,M-III,M-IV.

Area of Interest: Differentiation, Laplace transformations, Probability, Hypothesis testing.

Mrs. MUCHERLA ARUNA :

Head of the Department of Chemistry.

Her qualifications is M.Sc in Chemistry.

She has been working as Assistant Professor in Chemistry in the Department of HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES Since 2009 and has attended National & International workshops and Seminars.

She got an appreciation letter from the college for achieving above 90% passing percentage.

Name: Mr. RAJAIAH.B

Designation: Assistant Professor

Department: HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Mail ID & Phone Nos. rajaiahb11@gmail.com9959212835

Qualifications: M.Sc. B.Ed

Area of specialization: Organic Chemistry

Experiences: 6 Years

Subjects taught: Engineering Chemistry and Diploma

Subjects of Interest: Organic Chemistry and Diploma chemistry

Area of Interest: Organic Chemistry

Workshops & Conferences:-4

Mr. SOMASHEKAR CHANDRUKA working as assistant Professor in chemistry since 2012.

His qualifications is M.Sc. B.Ed.

Mail ID & Phone Nos. somashekar886@gmail.com,8985722889

He has been teaching Polytechnic Chemistry and engineering chemistry lab.

His area of interest is Organic Chemistry and has attend altogether 4 national and internationals workshops/conferences/seminars.

Name: Mr. sravan

Designation: Assistant Professor

Department: HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Mail ID & Phone Nos. shraone01@gmail.com 9494929405

Qualifications: M.Sc. B.Ed

Area of specialization: PHYSICS

Experiences: 4 Years

Subjects taught: Applied physics, Engineering physics 1,Engineering physics 2, SSP

Subjects of Interest: Applied physics, Engineering physics 1,Engineering physics 2, SSP

Area of Interest: SSP.

Mrs.M.Shiva Jyothi working as assistant Professor in the department of HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES since 2017.Subjects taught are physics and engineering physics labs and her Subjects of Interest are SSP and optics.

Mail ID & Phone Nos. mittishivajyothi@gmail.com,7075365180

Qualifications: M.Sc

 

Objectives of Physics Laboratory: The student is expected to learn the concept of error and its analysis. It also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in engineering. With the exposure to these experiments the students can compare the theory and correlate with experiment.

Objectives of English Lab

  • Finally, engineering physics course generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances and improves our quality of life by providing the basic understanding necessary for developing new instrumentation and techniques for various applications.

  • It also helps the student to develop problem solving skills and analytical skills.

    Objectives of Engineering Chemistry Lab

     

  • Different experiments in the curricula were performed in the laboratory that will give complete understanding of various chemical processes which the budding engineers will encounter working as professional. It is hoped that they will be able to tackle the process operation and control in an efficient manner.

  • Knowledge of this lab could be used by the students in their future endeavour while working in various industries/institutions

  • The Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) lab has the capacity of 32 workstations apart from one Instructor workstation. This software based language lab aims to familiarize the learners to the nuances of English speech like sounds, word accent, sentence accent, rhythm and intonation and to neutralize the influence of the regional accent and to bring about a consistent accent and intelligibility in their English.

  • The Interactive Communication Skills (ICS) lab is located in a spacious room with good acoustics, well equipped with the latest technological aids viz., T.V. with large screen, VCD,LCD,OHP etc., that facilitates the students to develop their soft skills, presentation skills and to build up their confidence, enhance their performance in Placement Interviews, Group Discussions and other recruitments.

 



APPLIED PHYSICS Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

The students should be able to relate and explain the importance of elastic behavior of materials and stress-strain diagram.

2

The students should be able to discuss and apply Sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings.

3

The students should be able to learn Learn various methods of producing ultrasonics their uses and its application to NDT testing.

4

The students should be able to learn and distinguish/differentiate properties of magnetic, dielectric and superconducting materials and their applications in various fields.

Also, the student must be able to understand the conceots of quantum nechanics.

5

The students should be able to learn and

understand the behaviour of electric atomic dipoles and domains in the magnetic materials.

6

The students should be able to learn the nature of centro and non centro symmetrical substances.

7

The students should be able to recognize the factors affecting the architectural acoustics and their remedy

 

 



ENGINEERING PHYSICS 2 Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

student is able to analyse the importance of behaviour of a particle quantum mechanically

2

Student explain charge carriers in semiconductors

3

Students will be able to recognize the importance of dielectric materials in verious fields.

4

Students will discuss and distinguish various magnetic materials and can explain their properties. 

 

5

Students will discuss and explain the properties of superconductors.

6

Students will identify the importance of nanomaterials and can discuss their properties

 



EST Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

The student will able to understand the importance of an ecosystem.

2

The student will able to understand different natural resources and their exploitation.

3

The student will able to distinguish the renewable, non renewable resources utilisation and act accordingly.

4

Will understand the critical condition of valuable biodiversity and its conservation.

5

Will understand the critical condition of valuable biodiversity and organise awareness programmes.

6

Will develop ecofriendly technologies for sustainable development.

 

 



M-iii Course Outcomes

 

COs

 

 

1

The students should be able to describe types of random variables.

2

The students should be able to apply distributions such as Binomial, Geometric and normal distributions.

3

The students should be able to use of sampling distribution of means if standard deviation is known and unknown.

4

The students should be able to discuss the distributions such as t distribution, f distribution.

5

The students should be able to understand types of hypothesis, types of errors and assess the hypothesis .

6

The students should be able to Interpret the data using ANOVA for one-way.

7

The students should be able to Operate different methods to find the solution of different types of equation.

8

The students should be able to Construct linear, non linear and curve linear equations.

9

The students should be able to understand and evaluate the numerical integration using different methods.

10

The students should be able to analyze approximate solution of IVP and compute using different methods.

 

 

 



 

 

 

Chemistry COs

 

 

1

To learn and analyse hardness and their removal methods and sewage treatment of water

2

Students can able to discuss Softening of water & its usage in Domestic and Industrial Purposes

3

Students can able to examine Electrode potential of metals using electrodes and predicting Spontaneity of reaction corrosion tendency and its control based on potential

4

Students can able to know the construction and function of batteries and their uses in various fields

5

Students can able to describe and compare various types of polymerization and preparation methods of various types of plastics

6

Students can able to discuss the hardening of rubber for various purpose by Vulcanization,

7

Discuss conduction in polymers by doping

7

Students can able to describe Mining of various fuels like coal & petroleum and refining and analysis

8

Students can able to practice the determination calorific value of fuel

9

They get Knowledge in apply of various types of lubricants and mechanism of lubrication in machinery to reduce friction

10

Students can able to Explain the Composition and methods of Setting and Hardening

 



English Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

Use English Language effectively in spoken and written forms.

 

2

Comprehend the given texts and respond appropriately.

3

Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts.

4

Identifying the topic sentence.

5

Improve the language proficiency.

6

Develop study skills.

7

Structure of Reports.

8

Speaking with skills with clarity and confidence.

9

Neutralization of accent for intelligibility.

10

Learn employability skills.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

Mathematics -II COs

1

Laplace Transform is a powerful technique to engineers and scientists as it enables the to solve linear differential equations with given initial conditions,(b)The concept of LT are applied in the area of scince and technology such as analysis communication engineering,linear system analysis,statistics,optics,quantum physics etc

2

The concept of LT are applied in the area of scince and technology such as analysis communication engineering,linear system analysis,statistics,optics,quantum physics etc

3

Gamma and Beta functions are used in Gamma distribution which is used to determine time based occurences such as life span of an electronic component.

4

Vector differentiation is used to find solenoidal and irrotational vectors,to find centre of mass and in Maxwell’s equations

5

Vector differentiation is used in Kinematics and Field theory

6

Vector integaration is used in evaluation of line integrals,Surface interals and volume integrals

7

We can transform one integral to another

 



BEFA Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

The students will understand the various Forms of Business

2

The students will understand the impact of economic variables on the Business

3

The students will understand the aspects of the Demand

4

The students will understand the aspects of the Supply

5

The students will understand the aspects of Production & Cost

6

The students will understand the aspects of Market Structure

7

The students will understand the aspects of Pricing

8

The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.

9

The students will understand the Significance of Economics, Micro and Macro Economic Concepts

10

Understanding thr Concepts and Importance of National Income, Inflation, Money Supply in Inflation, Business Cycle.

11

Understanding the defination of Elasticity& its types of Elasticity, Law of Demand, Measurement and Significance of Elasticity of Demand, Factors affecting Elasticity of Demand, Elasticity of Demand in decision making

12

The students come to know about Demand Forecasting, its Characteristics, Steps and Methods

13

The students know the determination of Supply, Function & Law .

 



MEFA Course Outcomes

 

COs

1

The students will understand the various Forms of Business

2

The students will understand the impact of economic variables on the Business

3

The students will understand the aspects of the Demand

4

The students will understand the aspects of the Supply

5

The students will understand the aspects of Production & Cost

6

The students will understand the aspects of Market Structure

7

The students will understand the aspects of Pricing

8

The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.

9

The students will understand the Significance of Economics, Micro and Macro Economic Concepts

10

Understanding thr Concepts and Importance of National Income, Inflation, Money Supply in Inflation, Business Cycle.

11

Understanding the defination of Elasticity& its types of Elasticity, Law of Demand, Measurement and Significance of Elasticity of Demand, Factors affecting Elasticity of Demand, Elasticity of Demand in decision making

12

The students come to know about Demand Forecasting, its Characteristics, Steps and Methods

13

The students know the determination of Supply, Function & Law .

 



 

 

 

MS COs

1

Students will able to discuss the Management and Organisation

2

students will understand the aspects of Market Structure

3

Students will able to discuss the Human Resources Management

4

Students will able to discuss the Project Management (PERT/ CPM)

5

students will understand the aspects Strategic Management and Contemporary Strategic Issues

 

First Year A Div Dec 2017

First Year B Div Dec 2017

First Year C Div Dec 2017
 

About JPNCE

Jaya Prakash Narayan College of Engineering was established in the year 1997 by experienced academicians and industrialists.

The college is continuously supported by a group of technocrats and is guided by renowned professors and administrators.

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JAYA PRAKASH NARAYAN COLLEGE OF ENGINERRING
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