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Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities / Freshman Engineering


Introduction


The Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities plays a unique and distinctive role in an institute where the ethos of science and technology prevails. The faculty of Basic Sciences and Humanities has been accomplishing its mandate through incorporation of the latest scientific ideas and techniques in almost all the professional programmes of higher education. Apart from preparing the students for higher courses, the department takes a major lead in demonstrating and enabling students to imbibe leadership qualities. Quality Policy To practice high standards of academic excellence through improved teaching pedagogy that includes classroom interaction, case discussion, seminars by various industry experts and eminent academicians, hands-on training, group discussions and role- play, workshops, etc. The department strives for proper application of scientific learning in Engineering and upholding the highest ethical and professional standards. It pledges to discharge its duties and obligations to the students and staff efficiently & effectively and aim at continual improvement in all the related activities.


Objectives of the Department 


• To impart value-based knowledge to the students. 
• To keep pace with the growing needs of the society at large and industry in particular and prepare the students for life. 
• To organize training programs/seminars/workshops for upgrading staff performance. 
• To develop research activity and publish technical papers in National and International Journals.  


ACADEMIC REGULATIONS R13 FOR B. TECH. (REGULAR) 


(Applicable for the students of B.Tech. (Regular) from the Academic Year 2013-14 and onwards)


The candidate shall register for 224 credits and secure 216 credits
Credits:


credits


Scheme of Evaluation:



  • The performance of a student in I year shall be evaluated subject-wise for a maximum of 100 marks for theory and 75 marks for practical subject.

  • There shall be 3 mid term examinations, each for 25 marks, along with 3 assignments. 

  • Mid-I shall be from Unit-I. 

  • Mid-II shall be from Unit-II and Unit-III.

  • Mid-III shall be from Unit-IV & V.

  • And the average marks of the examinations secured (each evaluated for a total of 25 marks) in each subject shall be considered to be final marks for the internals/Sessionals.

  •  Each Mid-term examination consists of one objective paper and one essay paper and one assignment paper

  • If any candidate is absent from any subject of a  mid-term examination a online test will be conducted for him by the University.

  • The End examination will be conducted for 75 marks  with Part-A as a compulsory questions for 25 marks. Part-B is for 50 Marks with 5 questions consisting of two parts each (a) and (b), out of which the student has to answer either (A) or (b). Each question in part-B carries 10 marks.

  • For practical subjects there whall be a continuous evaluation during a semester/year for 25 internal marks and 50 marks for semester/end examinations.



 

Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities /Freshman Engineering

Program Educational objectives (PEOs):

  • To provide students with solid foundation in mathematics, Sciences and basic engineering breadth they cover multi-disciplinary subjects enabling to comprehend, analyze engineering problems and develop solutions.
  • To prepare students with strong engineering knowledge and technical competence to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools that allow them to work effectively.
  • Inculcate graduates in to good leaders and managers by effectively communicating at both technical and interpersonal levels.

Program Outcomes (POs):

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
A Common Fixed Point Theorem for Intimate Mappings, IJIRS Journal, Volume 2 (10), October 2013.(2013)     See More Publications
Common fixed point thermos in 2- Metric spaces with sub compatible and sub sequentially continuous six self mappings MSIRJ VOL 2(2)2013), 530 – 537.(2013)     See More Publications
Common fixed point theorems for six self maps under sub compatible and sub sequentially continuous maps in fuzzy metric spaces by using implicit relation, IJIRSET,vol. 2(7) 2013,2610-2617.(2013)     See More Publications
Common fixed point theorem in 2-metric space by using occasionally weakly compatible & reciprocal continuity conditions, IJPAMS, Vol.6(2) 2013, 145-159(2013)     See More Publications
    Dr.E.Laxmi Narsaiah
    Professor
    Qualifications : Ph.D (Physics), M.Tech(RS&GIS)
    Area of Specialization : Solid state batteries,Polymer Electrolytes,High Temparature Superconductivity
    Area of Intrest : Solid state Physics, Image Processing
    Teaching Experience : 20
    Contact : 9490016113
    Email : laxminarsaiah.emmadi@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Dr.Srinivasulu Bitla
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.A.(Eng)M.Phil, Ph.D.
    Area of Specialization : ELT and Phonetics
    Area of Intrest : Softskills
    Teaching Experience : 15
    Contact : 9440573774
    Email : srinivasulu.bitla@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    D.Mahendar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.,M.Phil
    Area of Specialization : Applied Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : Algebra Analysis & differential equations
    Teaching Experience : 10
    Contact :
    Email : mahendar.dasari@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Dr. K M K Sarma
    Associate Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D
    Area of Specialization : Electro Chemical Studies of Organic Compounds
    Area of Intrest : Synthesis of Organic Compounds
    Teaching Experience : 20
    Contact : 9848438519
    Email : sarma.kmk@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    G.Kiran Kumar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc., B.Ed.
    Area of Specialization : Optical Fiber Communication
    Area of Intrest : Spectroscopy & Lasers
    Teaching Experience : 7 Years
    Contact : 9885889094
    Email : kirankumar.g@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    T.Raja Arjun
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc., B.Ed.
    Area of Specialization : Organic Chemistry
    Area of Intrest : Synthesis of Organic Compounds
    Teaching Experience : 4
    Contact : 9490561343
    Email : traja.arjun@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    D.S.Veena
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.,M.Phil.
    Area of Specialization : Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : Topology and Functional Analysis
    Teaching Experience : 12
    Contact : 9440490470
    Email : veena.deshpande@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    A L Kishore
    Associate Professor
    Qualifications : M.Tech (RS & GIS)
    Area of Specialization : Electronics
    Area of Intrest : PHYSICS & Life Skills Training
    Teaching Experience : 17
    Contact : 9866741971
    Email : kishore.adapala@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Dr.P.Srikanth Rao
    Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.., Ph.D
    Area of Specialization : Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : Fixed point theory, Number Theory, Discrete mathematics, operations research
    Teaching Experience : 20
    Contact : 9949222353
    Email : srikanthrao.p@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    B.venkataswamy
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Tech,(Ph.D)
    Area of Specialization : Environmental studies/BioTechnology
    Area of Intrest : Environmental studies/BioTechnology
    Teaching Experience : 7
    Contact : 9948700314
    Email : venkataswamy.boya@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    P.madhusudhan
    Senior Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc (Chem),M.Sc (Envi.Science)
    Area of Specialization : In Organic Chemistry
    Area of Intrest : Environmental Chemistry
    Teaching Experience : 18
    Contact : 9493135270
    Email : madhusudhan.p@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    I.S.Ravi varma
    Senior Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.,M.Tech.
    Area of Specialization : Solid State Physics
    Area of Intrest : Nueral networks , Pure Physics
    Teaching Experience : 9
    Contact : 9959088872
    Email : ravivarma.is@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    M.V.M.L.Raju
    sr.asst.professor
    Qualifications : M.sc.,M.Phil
    Area of Specialization : Haromonic Analysis
    Area of Intrest : Real Analysis
    Teaching Experience : 14
    Contact : 9949700900/9177758888
    Email : mahalakshmiraju.m@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    P. Sam Babu
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.A. English, M.Com.
    Area of Specialization : English Language Teaching
    Area of Intrest : My academic interests are centered on, ways to make teaching more effective.
    Teaching Experience : 8
    Contact : 9949793230
    Email : sambabu.p@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    B.Mrunalini Sasanka
    Sr.Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.A, M.Phil., PGDCE., (Ph.D)
    Area of Specialization : Romantic Age
    Area of Intrest : Sounds of English,Correction of Sentences,Communication Skills
    Teaching Experience : 10
    Contact : 8106306199
    Email : mrunalini.b@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    D.Bharathi
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc(Ph.d)
    Area of Specialization : Pure Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : Real Analysis
    Teaching Experience : 8
    Contact : 9908723988
    Email : donipati.bharathi@gmail.com
         
         
    Y.PRABHAKER REDDY
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc (Mathematics)
    Area of Specialization : Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : Numerical Methods, Graph Theory
    Teaching Experience : 4
    Contact : 9963159601
    Email : prabhakerreddy.yasa@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    K. Ashok Kumar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc(Physics), M.Tech(CSE)
    Area of Specialization : PHYSICS
    Area of Intrest : ELECTRONICS & NETWORK SECURITY
    Teaching Experience : 12
    Contact : 9014230242,944055224
    Email : ashokkumar.kusuma@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    J VENKATA RAMANA
    Asst. Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc. (Physics)
    Area of Specialization : PHYSICS
    Area of Intrest : OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY
    Teaching Experience : 7 Years
    Contact : +91 9963683672
    Email : venkataramana.jeedi@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    P.Pramod kumar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc., B.Ed.
    Area of Specialization : Number Theory
    Area of Intrest : Numerical methods
    Teaching Experience : 6
    Contact : 9848068313
    Email : pramodkumar.p@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    M LAKSHMIPRASANNA
    AssitantProfessor
    Qualifications : M.sc ORGANICCHEMISTRY
    Area of Specialization : Organicchemistry
    Area of Intrest : AnalyticalResearch
    Teaching Experience : 4
    Contact : 9000312225
    Email : lakshmiprasanna.mopidevi@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    RAMREDDY.M
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc, CSIR-NET
    Area of Specialization : Organic Chemistry
    Area of Intrest : Organic Synthesis
    Teaching Experience : 3.4
    Contact : 8500201510
    Email : ramreddy.m@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    A MAMATHA
    Assistant professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.
    Area of Specialization : Organic chemistry
    Area of Intrest : Hetero cyclic compounds
    Teaching Experience : 3
    Contact : 9704399444
    Email : mamatha.anugandula@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Mr. V Sambaiah
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : MSc(Applied Mathematics)
    Area of Specialization : Applied Mathematics
    Area of Intrest : COMPLEX ANALYSIS
    Teaching Experience : 7
    Contact : 9866353173
    Email : sambaiah.v@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Dr.T.Suneeti
    Professor
    Qualifications : MA, MPhil, PhD, PD
    Area of Specialization : Communication skills
    Area of Intrest : Literature
    Teaching Experience : 17
    Contact : +919440964766
    Email : suneeti.t@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Mr. Y. Niranjan Kumar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : MSC
    Area of Specialization : Advanced Electronics and communication
    Area of Intrest : Semiconductor devices
    Teaching Experience : 5 years
    Contact : +919642351170
    Email : niranjankumar.y@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Mr M Krishna Chaitanya
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.A. English
    Area of Specialization : Literature
    Area of Intrest : Translation & English Language Teaching
    Teaching Experience : 5 years
    Contact : 9640667543
    Email : krishnachaitanya.m@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    Mr. S Swamy
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.A., ENGLISH, B.Ed, PGDTE.
    Area of Specialization : English Language Teaching (ELT)
    Area of Intrest : Softskills
    Teaching Experience : 2 Years
    Contact : 9948769956
    Email : swamy.s@bvrit.ac.in
         
         
    G. Prabhakar
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Sc.,B.Ed.,
    Area of Specialization : Drugs And Pharmaceutical chemistry
    Area of Intrest : Physical Chemistry
    Teaching Experience : 6 yrs
    Contact :
    Email : prabhakar.g@bvrit.ac.in
         
         

 

  • English
  • Mathematics-I
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Engineering Physics
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Computer programming & Data Structures
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Engineering Mechanics     

 

 SIGNIFICANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

       In today’s highly competitive environment, individuals who can come up with precise communication in English have a real advantage.  The functional importance of English language communication skills for an individual or an institution has increased over the years.  Be it a student in a professional institution, an engineer or an executive working in a multinational company, a scientist working in a premier scientific lab, a diplomat dealing with international relations – all need an extraordinary ability to communicate with competence and clarity. 

     Effective communication is a pre-requisite for effective management in organizations.  It makes professional interaction possible and also enables the smooth flow of information and knowledge in the professional activities.  Thus, English communication skills are crucial for professional success.

 

IMPORTANCE OF MATHEMATICS IN ENGINEERING:

 

     “Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. Mathematics is used throughout the world as an essential tool in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, and the social sciences.

    The mathematics courses offer a balance of theory and practice, which is both intellectually stimulating and topical. Learning the craft of applying mathematics to real world problems will not only equip you with technical skills, but will also enhance your ability to make sound judgments on the increasingly important role played by science and technology in the modern world to cater the needs of industry .

   Applied mathematics, the branch of mathematics concerned with application of mathematical knowledge to other fields, inspires and makes use of new mathematical discoveries and leads to the development of entirely new mathematical disciplines.” So, its righty said “Mathematics is the Queen of Engineering.”

    The faculty is mainly committed in catering the tools of knowledge required in a most applicable fashion to enable the students to comprehend engineering problems clearly. They have been handling several topics besides the usual Engineering mathematics subjects like: Discrete structures, graph theory, operations research, and quantitative techniques for business decision, research methodology and statistical analysis, bio statistics. They are also involved in Aptitude training, to cater the needs of the students appearing for interviews.

    The faculty members are involved in research activities and are regularly engaged in attending several conferences, workshops and presenting research papers in various universities and publishing papers in reputed journals. They also interact with various universities in and around the college and are guiding their fellow faculty members and students in various research activities.

 

“Mathematics is the door and key to the sciences.”    - Roger Bacon.

“God created everything by number, weight and measure.”- Sir Isaac Newton.

 

IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICS IN ENGINEERING:

 

    Physics is crucial to understanding the world around us, the world inside us, and the world beyond us. It is the most basic and fundamental science. Physics challenges our imaginations with concepts like relativity and string theory, and it leads to great discoveries, like computers and lasers, that change our lives. It encompasses the study of the universe from the largest galaxies to the smallest subatomic particles. Moreover, it’s the basis of many other sciences, including chemistry, oceanography, seismology, and astronomy.

    Increasingly, physicists are turning their talents to molecular biology, biochemistry, and biology itself. Even medicine has a niche for physicists, and since medical physicists are hard to come by, they are much in demand.

    Physics also under girds many new technologies. Cell phones, the Internet, and MRIs are only a few examples of the physics-based technological developments that have revolutionized our world.

   Engineering Physics (EP) offers an opportunity at the undergraduate level to develop a deeper understanding of the fundamentals concepts. Through a theory & laboratory courses, this enhanced knowledge of fundamentals can easily be combined with the practical aspects of a conventional engineering discipline.

   The undergraduate program in Engineering Physics stresses the basic physics that underlies most developments in engineering, and the mathematical tools that are important to all engineers and scientists. This emphasis, combined with hands-on experience with modern computers, electronics, and lasers, is an excellent preparation for a broad range of careers. The program is challenging, with a curriculum designed to stretch the mind.

   So, Physics is indispensible to comprehend any aspect of Engineering and Technology and forms a primary prerequisite for any prospective engineer to be successful.

 

IMPORTANCE OF CHEMISTRY IN ENGGINEERING:

 

    Chemistry is a broad science, embracing the concepts of creation of molecules and the manipulation of atoms and dealing with microscopic and macroscopic scales. It covers interactions with plants, animals and humans through agriculture, biology and medicine and with the physical world through electronics, new building materials and new sources of energy. It affects the people of our planet, protecting and preserving our health, ecology, culture and heritage.

   While chemistry is a science in its own right, it also supports and interacts with other scientific disciplines. In concert with biology, physics, medicine, materials science and other core disciplines, it makes effective contributions to the solutions of problems facing the world today and to the improvement of the condition of mankind tomorrow.

    In leading technology towards the future, it should be remembered that chemistry is not a new science, but a steadily evolving discipline like physics and biology, interdependent on discoveries in other areas. It is a discipline that has long and deep traditions in Europe. It is responsive to the challenges of the European economy, the European environment and European culture and to the influences of scientific discovery elsewhere in the world.

   Fortunately, in most countries in Europe chemistry and chemical engineering are highly regarded as professions. However, in some countries this is not the case, with adverse consequences for practitioners of the sciences and public perception of its activities and benefits.

    Much more effort must be put into the careful training and selection of science teachers, particularly chemistry teachers, and into the promotion of a more balanced view of the benefits as well as the responsibilities of chemistry as a science.

    An improved standard of general science education for all Europeans is essential for future success. Without knowledge of basic scientific matters, of concentration, of risk and probability, and of the properties of materials and molecules, a science-based industrial society cannot function democratically. As we see daily in our media, a society with widespread scientific ignorance is all too easily influenced by facts incorrectly reported or interpreted in an unbalanced way.

    Chemistry as a research area introduces to young doctoral trainees the excitement of the scientific frontier, providing experience in problem solving, information handling, organization, interpretation and presentation. It teaches practical skills involving the manipulation of chemicals and the use of sophisticated analytical instrumentation for the interpretation of phenomena. The results of the research are of immediate benefit to other chemists and scientists in related disciplines and in many cases also to industrial R&TD groups. Chemistry is thus an interdisciplinary science with high industrial relevance.

 

CHEMISTRY & THE FUTURE

 

    In the near future, taking into account the relationship between research in chemistry within academic institutions and the needs of industry, we can discern certain essential priorities. These are:

  • The need for well-trained, imaginative molecule makers
  • The need to encourage and deepen our understanding of the properties of matter and of the  way in which and the speed at which chemical processes occur.

   Chemistry will take an increasing role as creator and enabler in materials science and biology, in particular learning from nature how she assembles molecules and how such molecules recognize each other, and learning how to mimic biological processes by simpler chemical reactions.

   In the longer term, chemistry is going to create materials with extraordinary properties - as yet undreamed of - which will dramatically improve communications, healthcare, environmental monitoring and transport. Chemistry will stimulate and support innovation in all of the other branches of science and technology

English Language Lab

 

BVRIT English Language Lab focuses on effective communication skills like listening, speaking, reading and writing.  It exposes the students to a variety of self-instructional, learner-friendly modes of language learning.  It enables them to learn better pronunciation and initiates them to use language effectively to face interviews, group discussions, and public speaking.  It also provides them with the required training to face computer-based competitive exams such as GRE, TOEFL, GMAT etc.

 

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BVRIT English Language Laboratory is equipped with Advanced learner-friendly software. It has two divisions:

 

1. The Computer-aided Language Lab for 60 students with 60 systems, one master console, LAN facility and English language software not only adhering to the syllabus prescribed by JNTU but also in accordance with the requirement of the industry.

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2. The Communication Skills Lab with movable chairs and audio-visual aids like a Projector, a Television, a digital stereo-audio and video system. In addition, we have a special library in the lab with a collection of books, CDs and DVDs to enhance the communication skills of the students.

 

 

 

 Engineering Physics  Lab

 

 

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Departmental Library houses a rich collection of texts, reference books, journals, magazines, novels, CDs etc and  assists in navigating tremendous amounts of information.  By making accessible material, it supports the academic as well as research needs of the staff of the department.

 

 

 

     

Total number of Titles

1132

Total number of volumes

8193

 

 Literary Club

It provides platform to the students to exhibit their literary talent. It conducts various events from time to time in this regard.

 Foreign Languages Program

Students get an opportunity to learn Spanish, German, French etc., which in turn can help them when they go abroad for higher studies.

Friday, 06 June 2014 by A L Kishore

 

The external Theory examinations for 1st, 2nd and 3rd B.Tech are scheduled from 3rd - 21st of June, 2014. Remedial classes for academically weak students have been organized from 15.05.2014 to 24.05.2014 for the First year students. Special Transport facility is also arranged.

Friday, 06 June 2014 by A L Kishore
Thursday, 26 April 2012 by Administrator