About Us


Department of Science & Humanities is a multidisciplinary department and it started functioning with a team of dedicated faculty members who have been actively engaged in imparting quality teaching of the courses in basic science and humanities for graduating engineering students. The core courses offered being Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Environmental science. Apart from these undergraduate courses, the department is also conducting research activities in the above-mentioned disciplines.

The department of Science & Humanities welcomes committed minds to join hands to build a strong dynamic and wholesome department. The department of Science & Humanities fosters a diverse yet very unique and distinctive role in a technological institute like SVR ENGINEERING COLLEGE. The pursuit of holistic science and technological knowledge would rather be incomplete without consideration of liberal arts, economics, social, behavioral sciences and allied sciences. It is an endeavor of this department so that students find application of science to everyday life, moral and social understanding.

Many faculty members are experts in some of the emerging fields of English, Mathematics and Physical sciences and have made significant contributions in their own fields. The aim of the department is to broadly educate aspiring engineering students in the basics of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry &English which serve as a platform for the growth of students in their further study of technical subjects. The strength of the department lies in perfect synchronization of knowledge and skills. The major motivating factor of the department is commitment and team work that is exhibited in teaching – learning process. Extra care is taken to offer special coaching classes during weekendscloser to the University Examinations to suit the needs of all types of students. Every faculty member is provided to access to the internet. This facilitates sharing of knowledge and information which plays a significant role in upgrading and enriching research work.

The Department has made tremendous progress technologically. Teaching and Research should go hand in hand. The faculty members of the department actively participate and present papers in conferences and attend programmes such as workshops, seminars, FDPs etc.. Various guest lectures and industrial visits are arranged for the students to acquire practical knowledge in their course of study.

VISION


To build foundation for excellence and spur development of the Institution as a premier Institution by igniting and nurturing enthusiasm, interests and passion in the study of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & English in professional courses, as a part of curriculum.



Mission


  • To awaken the young minds and discover their talents both in theory and in practical Physics through dedicated teaching, commitment to students and innovative instructional methods.
  • To support the developmental activities of the College and make the department vibrant.
  • To make vital contributions in areas of emphasis such as faculty, modern labs, Department library and demonstrate a high level of competence in the study of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & English
  • To introduce pioneering programs in the Department that will embrace heritage and values of the Institution.
  • To organize and sustain efficient operating systems in the Department for realization of our objectives as Institution of eminence and International standards.
  • To evolve strategies in the Department for continuous Improvement.

Program Outcomes(PO's)


PO Number Graduate Attributes PO Statements
1 Engineering Knowledge Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
2 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.
3 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.
4 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Ability to review research literature, use research methods to execute project and synthesize the problem to provide valid conclusions.
5 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.
6 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.
7 Environment and Sustainability Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and Demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8 Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9 Individual and team work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10 Communication Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11 Project Management and Finance Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12 Life-long Learning Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)


SNO PEO Number PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
1 PEO1 To equip the students an intellectually stimulating and satisfying life-long learning experience in the field of physics.
2 PEO2 To provide graduates with deeper basic understanding of major concepts of physical processes in their environment.
3 PEO3 To enhance the ability of the graduates to apply their knowledge of physics and skills to solve theoretical and practical problem and deal with physical models and formulas mathematically.

Programs Offered


PROGRAM: B.Tech (CIVIL ENGINEERING)


Intake : 30 seats

PROGRAM: B.Tech (ELECTRICAL& ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING)


Intake : 60 seats

PROGRAM: B.Tech (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)


Intake : 30 seats

PROGRAM: B.Tech (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING)


Intake : 120 seats

PROGRAM: B.Tech (COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING )


Intake : 120 seats

PROGRAM: B.Tech (CSE-ARTFICIAL INTELLIGENCE)


Intake : 120 seats

HOD'S MESSAGE


Greetings! It gives me immense pleasure in welcoming you to explore the virtual perception and exposure of Humanities and Sciences Department at SVREC. The Department of Humanities and Sciences is the gateway of Engineering Education. The Department of Humanities and Sciences consist of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English disciplines. All the disciplines in the department exist as a separate division and maintain individual identity under single umbrella. The unique strength of the department is its excellent co-ordination in carrying out the academic responsibilities effectively. The department has spacious and best equipped laboratories in, Physics, Chemistry and English. The department aims to transfer the younger generation into responsible citizens and aspires to lead the budding engineers towards the path of success. It seeks to sustain and enhance excellence in an institution of higher learning of technology.
The Department is committed to impart quality teaching and state-of-the-art physical and mental infrastructure to infuse a repertoire of learning contemporary skill sets, technical skills, interdisciplinary aspects and professional ethics. The Department fraternity also plays a pivotal role as mentor and counsels the students towards enriching them to enhance and excel with good academic performance.
A conducive atmosphere is culminated to enable the students to avail and reap maximum benefit of the resources and pool of amenities at their dispense. The Department has well-qualified and dedicated faculty as per the norms of AICTE/NBA to cater the needs of Freshmen.

Our Faculty

SNO NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION Profile
1 Dr.B.Narasimha Rao Professor & HOD M.SC , Ph.D more
2 Dr.Madduru Sudhakara Reddy Professor M.SC , Ph.D more
3 Dr.S.Sreenivasulu Associate Professor M.SC , Ph.D more
4 Dr.N.Ramaiah Assistant Professor M.SC , Ph.D more
5 Dr.I Ilaiya kumar Associate Professor M.A , Ph.D more
6 Mr.G.Sunil Kumar Assistant Professor M.SC more
7 Mr.K.V.Ramanjaneya Reddy Assistant Professor M.SC more
8 Mrs.S.Nazia Assistant Professor M.SC more
9 Mr.P.V Subba Reddy Assistant Professor M.SC more
10 Mr.A.Ravi Prasad Assistant Professor M.SC more
11 Mr.S. Farook Basha Assistant Professor M.SC more
12 Mr.M.Shanoor Basha Assistant Professor M.SC more
13 Mr.P.Parabramham Assistant Professor M.SC more
14 Ms.P.Hima Bindhu Assistant Professor M.SC more
15 Mr.P.Ramesh Babu Assistant Professor M.A more
16 Mrs.M.Guru Lakshmi Assistant Professor M.A more
17 Mr.S.Mahammed Ishaq Assistant Professor M.A more
18 Mrs.B.Kalyani Assistant Professor M.SC more
19 Mrs.k.Pushpalatha Assistant Professor M.SC more
20 Mrs.S.Prashanthi Assistant Professor M.A more
21 Miss.N.Divya Manjira Assistant Professor M.SC more
22 Mrs.V.Rana Seshendra Assistant Professor M.A more
23 Miss.D.Naga dastagiramma Assistant Professor M.SC more
24 Miss.Heena Assistant Professor M.A more
25 Mr KARANAM VENKATA RAJESWARA RAO NAGA RAJA  Librarian M.Li.Sc more
26 Mr. ERLA SRINIVAS KUMAR Librarian M.Li.Sc more
 

All the academic labs are filled with required equipment and are updated regularly according to the global education standards. The following laboratories are established under H & S department.


First Year Labs

The following are the laboratories which were established.
  1. Applied physics Lab
  2. Engineering physics lab
  3. Chemistry lab
  4. Engineering chemistry lab
  5. Communicative English lab
  6. IT workshop LAB
  7. MECH Workshop LAB
  8. Engineering Graphics LAB
  9. MSE LAB
  10. EDC LAB
  11. CPDS LAB
  12. PPDS LAB

Lab Equipment Details

Technical laboratories Equipment Details click here

LAB MANUALS

  1. APPLIED PHYSICS LAB MANUAL click here
  2. CHEMISTRY-CSE,ECE,EEE & AI LAB MANUAL click here
  3. COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH LAB MANUAL click here
  4. EG LAB MANUALclick here
  5. ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY-ME & CE LAB MANUALclick here
  6. ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB MANUALclick here
  7. IT workshop LAB MANUALclick here
  8. MECH Workshop LAB MANUALclick here
  9. EDC LAB MANUALclick here
  10. MSE LAB MANUALclick here

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2020-2021)


  1. Dr B NARASIMHA RAO "Synthesis of gel polymer electrolyte with PEO/RbI/I2 for DSSC applications" Materials Today: Proceedings 46 (2021) 4349–4355

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2019-2020)


Journals

  1. Dr.B. Narasimha Rao “UV excited SrAl2O4:Tb3+nanophosphors for photonic applications” Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 105 (2020)104722.
  2. Dr.B.Narasimha Rao “Synthesis of Gel Polymer Electrolyte with PEO/RbI/I2 for DSSC Applications” accepted to publish in Materials Today proceedings.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2018-19)


Journals


  1. Dr. B. Narasimha Rao “PEO based polymer composite with added acetamide, NaI/I2 as gel polymer electrolyte for dye sensitized solar cell applications” IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 310 (2018) 012012.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2017-18)


Journals


  1. Dr.B.Narasimha Rao “PEO Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte with Acetamide, KI/I2 Added Composite for Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Applications” International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 8, Issue 6, June-2017.
  2. Dr.B.Narasimha Rao “Gel Polymer Electrolyte with PEO/PEGDME added Acetamide, LiI/I2 Composite for Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Applications” IOSR Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 9, Issue 6, Dec. 2017.

NPTEL

SNO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE COURSE DATE SCORE (%) GRADE
1 Dr B NARASIMHA RAO Structure Analysis Of Nano materials JUL-AUG 2021 69 % Elite
2 Dr K V SREENIVASULU Structure Analysis Of Nano materials JUL-AUG 2021 67 % Elite

MENTORS LIST

Each mentor is assigned with 15 students. Student details are collected by the mentors. Students are mentored at regular intervals by the mentors.

S.NO BRANCH MENTOR NAME H.T.NO
1 CIVIL Mr N RAMAIAH 22AM1A0101 to 22AM1A0105(5)
2 EEE Mr G SUNIL KUMAR 22AM1A0201 TO 22AM1A0220(20)
3 ECE-A Mr K.V RAMANJANEYA REDDY 22AM1A0401 TO 22AM1A0417(17)
4 ECE-A Miss.N.DIVYA MANJIRA 22AM1A0418 TO 22AM1A0434(17)
5 ECE-A Dr B NARASIMHA RAO 22AM1A0435 TO 22AM1A0452(18)
6 ECE-A Mr P RAMESH BABU 22AM1A0453 TO 22AM1A0470(18)
7 ECE-B Miss.D.NAGADASTAGIRAMMA 22AM1A0471 TO 22AM1A0486(16)
8 ECE-B Mrs.S.PRASHANTHI 22AM1A0487 TO 22AM1A04A0(14)
9 ECE-B Mr SMD ISHAQ 22AMA104A1 TO 22AM1A04B2(12)
10 CSE-A Mrs.B.KALYANI 22AM1A0501 TO 22AM1A0516(16)
11 CSE-A Mrs.k.PUSHPALATHA 22AM1A0517 TO 22AM1A0532(16)
12 CSE-A Dr S SREENIVASULU 22AM1A0533 TO 22AM1A0550(18)
13 CSE-A Mr.A.RAVI PRASAD 22AM1A0551 TO 22AM1A0566(16)
14 CSE-B Mr S FAROOKH BASHA 22AM1A0567 TO 22AM1A0581(15)
15 CSE-B Mrs.M.GURU LAKSHMI 22AM1A0582 TO 22AM1A05A2(21)
16 CSE-B Miss.HEENA 22AM1A05A3 TO 22AM1A05C8(26)
17 AI-A Mr M SAHANOOR BASHA 22AM1A3101 TO 22AM1A3116(16)
18 AI - A Mrs S NAZIA 22AM1A3117 TO 22AM1A3132(16)
19 AI - A Mr.P.PARABRAMHAM 22AM1A3133 TO 22AM1A3148(16)
20 AI - A Mrs.V.RANA SESHENDRA 22AM1A3149 TO 22AM1A3166(18)
21 AI - B Dr M SUDHAKAR REDDY 22AM1A3167 TO 22AM1A3182(16)
22 AI - B Ms.P.HIMA BINDHU 22AM1A3183 TO 22AM1A3198(16)
23 AI - B Mr P VENKATA SUBBA REDDY 22AM1A3199 TO 22AM1A31B4(16)

EVENTS


Guest Lectures / FDP's / Workshops


EVENTS - 2023


  1. YOUTH DAY CELEBRATIONS ON 12/01/2023

  2. National Science Day 2023 ON 28/02/2023

lecture Notes

FIRST YEAR (R-20 Regulation)
ECE
S.NO SEMISTER - I SEMISTER - II
1 Linear Algebra and Calculus Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 Applied Physics Chemistry
3 Communicative English C-Programming & Data Structures
4 Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits Electronic Devices & Circuits
5 Engineering Drawing Environmental Science
CSE
S.NO SEMISTER - I SEMISTER - II
1 Linear Algebra and Calculus Probability & Statistics
2 Chemistry Applied Physics
3 C-Programming & Data Structures Communicative English
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Python Programming & Data Science
5 Engineering Drawing
6 Universal Human Values