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INTRODUCTION
The Department of IT was established in 2000-2001. With a current intake of 120 for B.Tech(IT) and 18 for M.Tech(Software Engineering), the primary objective of department is to impart cutting-edge software education to the students so that they can meet the challenging demands of the IT industry. The first batch students graduated in July 2004.The Department has Well-equipped labs, Licensed Software & Excellent infrastructure.
The department has started a student computer technical association to encourage the students to participate in various activities so as to acquire technical knowledge and awareness. The Department has IEEE chapter and ISTE student chapter. Through these chapters, the Department procure 20 international and national magazines, journals and transactions. Apart from this, various competitions like software tests, computer awareness tests, group discussions, and technical quizzes are being conducted.
COLLABORATIONS:
The BVRIT-IT has collaborations with various Organizations such as Tata Consultancy Services, Micrsoft, IBM, Infosys, Oracle, Computer Associates, Elico, Sierra Atlantic, CMC, Elico, ECIL, NFC, Mahindra Satyam, Kaizen Technologies etc.
ACHIEVEMENTS:
• Consistency in results (above 90%).
• More than 90% students certified in 1 or more Tools / Technologies from IBM or Microsoft.
• Practical projects experience for most students through IBM TGMC projects and Industry internships.
• Student Campus Placement Mission through Jawahar Knowledge Center.
• Campus recruitment for various Multinational Companies like TCS, Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Sierra Atlantic, Mahindra Satyam, CMC etc.,
• Many Prizes won by students at various National & International Level Symposia.
• Inauguration of CSI Student Chapter by Eminent Prof. Shoukat Ali Mirza, Director, AMS.
TRAINING:
The department organizes special technical training on a regular basis on various curricular and extra-curricular subjects to help students stay up-to-date on current developments in Information Technology. Short-term project and soft skill training is arranged to the students in order to give them an opportunity to get familiar with various technologies & Interview Techniques.
Objectives:
• The Department of Information Technology provides opportunities for each student to have experience with broadening activities. Through this Program, students have the opportunity to gain practical industry experience, participate in advanced research activities; and through international exchange programs.
• Placement in leading core companies like Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Infosys, Computer Associates, ELICO, SIERRA ATLANTA, CMC, Glob arena, Ensine, UTL Technologies, Mahindra Satyam Computer Services Limited InfoTech Enterprises etc

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    Madhu Babu B
    Jr. System Manager
    Qualifications : MCA
    Area of Specialization : IT Infrastructure
    Area of Intrest : Secured Networking
    Experience : 14
    Contact : 9000480084
    Email : madhubabub@bvrit.ac.in
         
         

Basic Sciences:
• Mathematics-I
• Mathematical Methods
• Applied Physics
• Engineering Drawing
• English
Management:
• Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
• Management Science
Electronics:
• Network theory
• Electronic Devices & Circuits
• Basic Electrical Engineering
• Digital Logic Design
• Data Communication Systems
• Electrical Technology
• Microprocessor and Interfacing
• Embedded System
• Image Processing
• Mobile Computing
Labs:
• C & Data Structures
• Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
• OOPS Through JAVA
• Data Base Management System
• Computer Networks and Case Tools
• Unix and Shell Programming
• Web Technologies
• Multimedia & Application Development
• Microprocessor and Interfacing
• Mini Projects
Departmental Care:
• C & Data Structures
• Object Oriented Programming Through JAVA
• Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
• Unix and Shell Programming
• Computer Organization
• Data Base Management System
• Operating Systems
• OOAD Through UML
• Computer Graphics
• Automata and Compiler Design
• Computer Networks
• Software Engineering
• Middleware Technologies
• Software Testing Methodologies
• Distributed Databases
• Multimedia and Application Development
• Web Technology
• Data Mining and Data Warehousing
• Software Project Management
• E-Commerce
• Information Security
• Human Computer Interaction
• Multimedia and Databases
• Biometrics
• Network Management Systems
• Image Processing

Computer programming Lab:
IT
To make the students learn a programming language and improve logical programming. Introducing the students to implement C Programming and simple linear data structures like list, arrays, pointers, files and functions.
Object Oriented Programming:
IT
To make the students to learn the Object Oriented Programming through Java and web enabled programming. In this lab oops concepts, exception handling, threading, Applets, AWT.
Data Structures Lab through C++:
IT
To make the students learn C++ concepts, object oriented programming concepts and how to solve the oops problem. Students are understanding and implementing advance concepts of data structures like stacks, Queues, sorting and searching tree models.
Web technologies:
IT
To make the students to get awareness of the web related technologies like HTML, DHTML, XML, Beans, and Server Interactive programs like servlets, JSP. Using these technologies students can develop web based applications.
Computer Networks Lab:
IT
To make the students understand about various networks existing in real world and to learn how the data is been sent from source to destination in shortest paths with Error detection and correction mechanisms.
Database Management System Lab:
IT
The Information/Data in the real world is very important. The DBMS is required to make students to learn how data is managed in large organizations like banks, colleges, companies etc..How the number of users can access the data without any interference and how to recover the data when something failure occur in system
IT workshop:
IT
The IT Workshop for engineers is a 6 Training lab course spread over 90hours. The modules include training on PC Hardware, Internet & World Wide Web. This module would enable the students in crafting professional word documents; Excel spread sheets. This modules introduces the students to a personal computer and its basic peripherals, installation of system software like Windows XP, Linux and the required device drivers.

 

Technical Books

Expert Lecture CDs

Project Reports

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List of Journals
• Journal of Digital Information Management
• DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology
• Journal of Intelligent Systems Research
• International Journal of Computing and Applications
List of Magazines
• Linux for YOU
• DIGIT
• Network Computing

S.No

Name of the Student

Roll No.

Percentage

IV B.Tech

1.

VANDANA L

06211A1254

88.67%

2.

YASHWANTH VARMA M

06211A1258

88.33%

3.

MANASA V

06211A1223

88%

4.

YOGITHA BHARGAVI M

06211A1259

88%

5.

DEEPTHI N

06211A1206

87.17%

III B.Tech

1.

SALMA BIBI

08215A1202

78.13%

2.

VIVEK JAIN

07211A1265

75.73%

3.

T PREETI

07211A1229

74.53%

4.

SREEKANTH P

07211A1248

73.73%

5.

SAI RAM KODIPYAKA

07211A1235

73.47%

II B.Tech

1.

NITESH SINGH BONDILI

08211A1229

84.13%

2.

MONIKA GUNNALA

08211A1223

82.67%

3.

THATIKONDA VENKATESWAR REDDY

08211A1262

82.27%

4.

RAYAPROLU SUDHA SINDHU

08211A1255

81.33%

5.

N SPOORTHI RAO

08211A1251

78.67%

I B.Tech

1.

SHRUTHI V

09211A1243

88.6%

2.

THALLAPALLI RAVISHA

09211A1232

87.5%

3.

PRIYA PANDEY

09211A1229

85.4%

4.

E DEEPIKA

09211A1210

84.6%

5.

V POOJA

09211A1228

84.2%

WHEN I HAVE BEEN GIVEN 6 HOURS TO CHOP A TREE, I WOULD SPEND 5 HOURS TO SHARPEN MY AXE
-ABRAHAM LINCOLN
• This should be the motto of every software enginner. This clearly explains the role of skills to do a work. Skills are to be sharpened continuously so as to perform better. These skills play a very important role in the career of a software engineer. Before entering the industry one should have an abstract idea about the field, so that every student can get himself ready to meet the required.
• The Trends of market are changing day by day. The competition is at its acme. To face that competition the student should be confident and gallant enough. He should be in a position so as to face any situation in the market irrespective of the boom outside.
• To improvise these qualities and requirements, the students are trained so as to meet the emerging trends and to boost the confidence. It is therefore necessary to gather students onto one common platform. And this idea was the kneel for the inception of IT INNOVATORS CLUB --- ITIC The students IT started this association.
• ITIC was inaugurated on August31st 2007 at our campus. The Inauguration was done by our beloved chairman Sri.K.V.Vishnu Raju, K.Srinivas Reddy and Sri P.Krishna Ganga Raju was the chief guest and was the guest of honor.
• ITIC provides the required inputs for students to improve themselves both on curriculum oriented study and as well as industry exposure, it concentrates on shaping every individual‘s career for making his future bright and secure.
Programs that took place under the banner of ITIC:

1) Insignia (A national level symposium conducted in year 2005)
2) Fresher party (for 2005 batch)
3) Promethean
4) Seminars (by industry personalities, academicians)
5) Soft skill development training by reputed organizations.
6) Free training on Computer Courses for rural unemployed women an physically challenged people.

Faculty committee for ITIC:

Mr.K. DASARADH RAMAIAH,HOD (President)
Mr. R.V.Ramana Chary (Student coordinator)
Mr.Vijay Kumar Mantri (Faculty coordinator)

Student committee for ITIC:

S.Ravinder Reddy (President IT final year)
M.Yogitha Bhargavi (Vice President IT final year)
V.Sathish (Secretary, 3rd year IT)
K.S.N.Rani (treasurer,IT Final Year)

Social stride of ITIC:

1. ITIC was able to mobilize Rs.45, 000/- towards save a little heart campaign conducted by many corporate hospitals.
2. ITIC on regular bases conducts Blood donation Camp on every October15th.
3. ITICeven conducts medical check up camps to nearby villagers.
4. And ITIC is always ready to extend its support to the needy in the society.