Humanities & Science
The Humanities and Sciences Department at VJIT Is established in the year 1999. The objective of the department is to update and modernize the quality of professional education and to employ innovative teaching methods.
The Department comprises of seven disciplines namely, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physical Education and Library Sciences.
Laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and English language are infrastructured with modern equipment’s.
Head of the Department
We have a pool of well-qualified human resources who can provide a direction and orientation to the students in their learning process with a blend of theory and practical sessions.
Prof. M. Rajendra Prasad obtained his masters in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Osmania University and B.Tech (ECE) from SK University. He has over 18 years of experience in teaching & embedded system development.
He is pursuing his doctorial degree in the area of Embedded Systems for Telecom Applications from Osmania University. He has authored several research and technical paper in International Journals like Springer, IEEE and Elsevier & presented papers in International conferences.
He also published technical papers on Outcome Based Education related topics like Project Based Learning and Active Learning Methods. He is associated with Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology since Feb 2002.
Prof. M. Rajendra Prasad, B. Tech, M.E. (Ph.D)
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|Dr. P. Venugopal Reddy||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. B. Sathyanarayana Reddy||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. R. Ramakrishna||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. M. Venkata Krishna||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. Ch. Nageshwar Rao||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. Dipamkar Sengupta||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. D. Raju||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. PSVHN. Krishna Kumari||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. Sareen Raj||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. K. Chalapathi||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Dr. Prathibha Mallu||Ph.D.||Professor|
|Mr. Esakkimuthu Raju||M.Sc, M.Phil (Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|Mr. P. Venkateshwara Reddy||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. R. Venkata Chalam||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. G. Srilatha||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. P. Annapurna||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. V. Murali||M.A., (Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. B. Saritha||M.Sc., B.Ed||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. M. Sujatha||MA, M.Phil., B.Ed||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. G. Indira Priyadarshini||M.Tech||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. D. Indira Priyadarshini||M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., PGCTE (Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. R. Padma Venkat||M.A., M.Phil., (Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|Mr. K. Mallikarjuna Rao||MCA M.Tech||Associate Professor|
|Mr. B. Sita Rambabu||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. B. Raju||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. J. Ramesh Babu||MA, MPES, M.Phil (Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. M.N.L. Anuradha||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. V. Jhon Alexander||M.L.I.C., M.Phil||Associate Professor|
|Dr. N. Pavan Kumar||Ph.D||Associate Professor|
|Mrs. MD. Sharmila Khatoon||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Mr. M. Anand Pandarinath||M.Sc||Associate Professor|
|Dr. R. Mahesh||M.Sc., M.Phil., P.hD||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Y. Suneetha||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. A. Sadanandam||M.Sc., B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Ramya Sudha||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. A. Sreedhar||M.Sc., B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. S.J. Geetha Devi||M.Sc., M.Phil, B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Vijayalakshmi||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Fouzia Tabassum||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. J. Archana Goud||MA||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. G. Naga Kumari||M.Sc.||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Shiva Kumari||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. R. Muralidhar Reddy||M.Sc., B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. C.A. Pavani||MCA., M. Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Md. Zaheer Ahmed||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. T. Nagendra||MCA., M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Ch. Sridevi||M.Sc., M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Balanaga Himabindu||M.Sc., M.Phil. M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. S. Srinivasa Rao||M.Sc., (Ph.D)||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. P. Naveen Kumar||M.Sc., B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Monika||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Allam Surender||M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. N.S. Srinidhi||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Govardhan Reddy||M.Sc.||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Nazeerunnisa||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Veeraswamy||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Rammurthi||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Surekha||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. E. Sagar||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. H. Smitha||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. A. Ravi Kumar||MPED||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. K. Mounika||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. N.S. Srinidhi||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. V. Krishnaveni||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. A. Kumar||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. K. Kesav Reddy||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. M. Vijitha||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. V. Nagarani||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. A. Swapna||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. K. Geeta||M.Sc||Assistant Professor|
- The Labs in the Department of Science and Humanities at VJIT provide core facilities with modern instruments required to pursue research in many areas of physics, chemistry and computer science.
- The Department of physics is a 60 Student capacity lab equipped with State-of-the-Art tools such as semiconductor diode lasers, optical fiber receiver and transmitter, spectro meters with mono-chromatic source high resolution traveling microscope, LED Characteristic board, Diode characteristic Kit.
- The Department of chemistry is a 60 student capacity lab equipped with sophisticated instruments like Dhona digital balance, Colori meter, potentio meter, conduct meter, distilled water plant.
- For the Conduct of ELCS, AECS lab, college has four spaces:
Multimedia lab (CALL) (2)ICS Lab (2)The four labs have been provided with the state-of-the-Art facilities to improvise the communication skills of the students and to make them industry ready.
The CPDS Lab is provided with 120 systems:
- 60 systems configuration; Intel chipset 2.6ghz, 2GB RAM, 500 GB Hard disk, 17″ LCD.
- 60 systems configuration; Intel Pentium Dual Core E2200@2.2ghz, Intel G33 mother board, 1GB RAM, 160 Hard disk, 19″ LCD.
- IT workshop lab is provided with 60 systems configuration Intel Pentium IV E2180, 1.8ghz, Intel Pentium 1GB RAM, 160 Hard disk, 17″ LCD.
Research papers published in Journals
|Dr. R. Rama Krishna||Neural Networks Forecasting Model for Monthly Electricity Load in Andhra Pradesh||IJ ERA Vol-2, Issue 1, Jan-Feb 2012, pp1108-1115.||2012|
|Forecasting Yield Per Hectare of Rice in Andhra Pradesh||IJMCAR Vol-3, Issue 1, Mar 2013, pp9-14||2013|
|Dr.D.Raju||Thermoelastic Disturbances in half space without energy dissipation||AASR 3(6), 2012 : 3610-3617||2012|
|Generalized Thermoelastic problem concerning to semi-infinite rod||IeJME 176 (2012),1666-1679||2012|
|Run-up flow of Revlon Erickson conducting fluid through a Planner channel with porous lining under a Transverse magnetic Brinkman model||IeJME 186 (2012),1775-1789||2012|
|A Dynamical Problem of generalized Thermo elasticity with pulse type heat flux||IJMSTH 47 (2012), 480-488||2012|
|Generalized Thermoelastic problem concerning semi-infinite rods Problem of step in strain||IJERA 2(4) (2012), 621-630||2012|
|Thermoelastic Disturbances in a half-space without energy dissipation for the temperature||IJERT 1(5) (2012),1-12||2012|
|Generalized Thermoelastic problem concerning semi-infinite rods Problem of Step in Temperature||IJMSEA 6(5),(2012), 357-363||2012|
|Run-up flow of Revlon Erickson conducting fluid through a planner channel bounded by a Porous bed under a transverse magnetic field Darcy Lap wood Model||IJMSTH 57 (2012), 616-634||2012|
|Thermoelastic Disturbances in a Half-Space without energy Dissipation for the Displacement||IOSRJEN 2(7) (2012), 15-20||2012|
Dr. Dipankar Sengupta
|Sensing of Hydrostatic Pressure using FBG senson for liquid level measurement||Micro wave and optical Technology letters Vol-54,No.7 July 2012||2012|
|Ms.K.L.Vasundhara||Model for atmospheric circulation” Published in Ape iron,||Online Journal Vol-19,No.3, July 2012||2012|
|A Model for Air Circulation.||International Journal of Applied Mathematics & Engineering Sciences” June 2012||2012|
Seminars, Workshops and Conferences organized with Title, Number of Persons attended, Number of papers presented and Sponsoring Agencies.
|Faculty Development Programme||Role of Mathematics in Engineering||19th and 20th July, 2013.|
|Faculty Development Programme||Applications of Mathematics in Engineering||4th and 5th September, 2012.|
|Faculty Development Programme||Latest Trends In Materials||24th and 25th August, 2012.|
|Faculty Development Programme||Changing paradigms of English Language Teaching||6th and 7th August, 2012.|
|Faculty Development Programme||Chemistry in Emerging Technology||10th August, 2012.|
|E P I C S||2nd August, 2014||Guest: Dr William Oakes, Professor from Purdue University, Indian Polis, U S A. & Dr P Rajeshwer Reddy, Secretary and Correspondent, VJIT.|
|ENGLISH FDP PROG.||25th & 26th July, 2014||Guest: Dr. Anil Ramesh, Shivashivani School of Management Studies & Mr. M. Bhargav, Corporate Trainer|
|A NATIONAL WORKSHOP||17th July, 2014||Guest: Dr Siva Krishnan, is from IUCEE, Faculty Expert, Indianapolis, USA, Prof Krishna Vedula, Executive Director, IUCEE, Dr Siva Krishnan, and Dr P Rajeshwer Reddy, Chairman, AGI.|
|WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS||1st March, 2014||Guest: Ms. Bhavana, Sr. HR Manager of Tata Consultancy Services, Hyderabad.|
|ALUMNI MEET’ 2014||22nd February, 2014||Guest: Dr. P. Venugopal Reddy – Director, VJIT & President of VJIT Alumni Association.|
|COGNITION 3R-TECHNO QUIZ CONTEST||20th December, 2013||Guest: Dr. P. Venugopal Reddy, Director, Dr. A. Padmaja, Principal, and Sri Venkata Chalam ,Sr. A.O.|
|2nd SPIE VISITING LECTURE PROGRAMME||19th December, 2013||Guest: Dr. Sarun Sumriddetchkajorn is a Principal Researcher/Director at National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), Thailand.|
- Dr. R. Ramakrishna, Professor had received Ph.D. (Statistics) from Osmania University – Research work on “Forecasting of Electricity Load in Andhra Pradesh using Neural networks” October 2011.
- Dr. D. Raju, Associate Professor had received Ph.D. (Mathematics) from Osmania University December 2011.
- Dr. Dipankar Sengupta, Associate Professor had received Ph.D from NIT,Warangal on 21-12-2012,,entitled with “study on discrete and continuous liquid level measurements using fiber bragg gratings” December 2012.
Optical Society of America (OSA) is an international society for development and progress in the field of Optics and Photonics. Optics and photonics are the interdisciplinary subjects in Engineering.
On 26 November 2012, an official approval from OSA was granted to Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology to form the OSA student chapter.
A good number of students from first B.Tech have taken the membership of OSA. OSA Student Chapters receive many benefits including activity and travel grants, guest lecture resources, networking opportunities, and much more.
SPIE is an international society for Optics and Photonics advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light with its head office in USA.
The Student chapter was established in 18 October 2012 at Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology (VJIT), Hyderabad, India.
Ever since its establishment, the SPIE student chapter VJIT has been very active in organizing programs for the awareness and promotion of Optics and Photonics and applications by the Department of Physics, Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology, India.
At present Fifty SPIE student members are present in the chapter.
Two Day Workshop on Optics 9th and 10th November, 2013
SPIE student chapter of Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology has organised 2nd Two day workshop on Optics “SPECTRA 2013” on 9th and 10th November, 2013. This programme includes invited talks of renowned Professors from various reputed institutions like IIIT Hyderabad, BITS – Pilani Hyderabad campus, JNTUH and Osmania University.
The workshop was inaugurated by Prof. K. Venugopal Reddy, Head, Dept. of Physics, OU. During his talk he highlighted the various optics related fields and the carrier opportunities in the field of Optics. The inaugural session was followed by the invited talk of Dr.C.P.Vardhani, Head, Department of Physics, Osmania University College For Women. Her talk focused on the beauty and power of physics in general. She also gave a brief overview of how Optics and Photonics is playing a crucial role in different spheres of life.
In afternoon session Dr. Kannan Ramaswamy, from BITS – Pilani, Hyderabad campus presented his talk on Nanoplasmonics. He explained the fundamentals and applications of Plasmonics in different fields. He also demonstrated an interesting model about the propagation of em waves through metal.
The second day of workshop started with the invited talk of Dr. T. Sreekanth, Head, JNTUC, Jagatial. His lecture was on Lasers and applications. He covered the different areas like types of lasers and the applications. He also highlighted the research opportunities in the field of Photonics.
The next session was taken by Dr. Suryanarayana from IIT, Hyderabad. He emphasized the research methodology and research areas in the field of nanophtotonics.
More than 60 SPIE and OSA student members participated in this programme and benefited.
ICTEE IUCEE SPEED WORK SHOP 14th to 16th JANUARY 2014
A three day International conference in Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTEE) in collaboration with IUCEE( Indo US Collaboration of Engineering Education) was held at BVB College of Engineering, Hubli from 14th January to 16th January. This was the first NISF arranged and organised by IUCEE SPEED (Indo US Collaboration of Engineering Education Student Platform for Engineering Education Development). Three students from VJIT attended the 3 day workshop held at Hubli to represent the college at the nation level. We had 3 tracks at the Indian Student Forum. Track 1 is Design/Animation/Modelling/Simulation based Learning, Track 2 is Community based Learning and Track 3 is Entrepreneur and Project based Learning. P Ajay of VJIT ECE 1styear presented the best Action Plan of the Track –in INDIAN STUDENT FORUM-2014.
SPEED is a global, non-profit student organization that functions as an interdisciplinary network of Engineering students. The Student Platform for Engineering Education (SPEED) functions as an interdisciplinary network of engineering students, who aspire to provide opinion and create an impact on future development of engineering education and its effect on society and environment. We look to inspire the actions and development of globally minded, engineering student leader’s intent on helping engineering education evolve. As a member society of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES), we strive to provide important student ideas and perspectives to the international engineering education community.
Through this 3-day event, students will be a part of a national experience, submerged in the atmosphere of cross-cultural communication and creative thinking. Participants will take part in workshops aimed at providing them with tools to find innovative solutions with a global perspective and apply them in their local communities to improve upon engineering education. They will get a chance to learn about existing student projects, get involved and/or start their own regional and global initiatives with the aim of maximizing the student voice within the engineering education community.
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