Student Cells

I.Research & Development Cell (RDC): 

Dr.S.Vasthsal, Dr.Udaya Kiran and G.Madhu Asst.Prof. Will be coordinators for the cell and assist Dr.B.L.Raju for getting projects and funds from different institutions.Dr.Vathsal informed that projects are available from BHEL, DRDO, etc.Chairman suggested that projects shall be identified in JBIET and then approach the organizations for funding. The cell may also apply to MODROB for EEE and Mechanical Department projects.
The R&D cell shall explore the projects for funding and the projects in pipe line.

Extraordinary developments have been taking place in the fields of Science and Technology. But there is usually a considerable time lag, of some decades, before they reach the common man and the common student. This Cell, therefore, is envisaged to help disseminate this knowledge. Secondly, ever–increasing specialization severely narrows down—like the cardiac specialist bothering only about the heart. A holistic appreciation of all specializations becomes necessary for true progress. The periodic programs, to be organized by the Cell, should give this global understanding, especially to the student community, through the participating members of the teaching staff pertaining to JBIET.

To begin with, the Cell decided to organize technical sessions and seminars. The EDC Cell team have presented some R & D projects. More details about these projects will be published in near future.Technological advances in the fields of Communication, Transportation, and Information Processing have brought the human communities nearer in an unprecedented manner. Among other things, this also dramatically increased our power to endanger the environment and all forms of LIFE, including our own. Our continued survival depends on the healthy maintenance of global resources and other bio-communities. Corporations and Nations are beginning to recognize the need to shift priorities from the merely economical to the holistic welfare of all LIFE.
The present world is moving, towards building a knowledge society.Reasearch and Development is a scientific tool to develop knowledge for increasing productivity in a nation for better GDP and GNP Economic growth depends on the above. Knowledge gathering starts in academic institutions. By creating innovations, new Knowledge can be generated and taught to students for which research and development is a must for academic pursuits.  Presently any accreditation team visits for NBA or NAAC. They examine R&D potential in the institution.
Creating an R&D centre also helps students to do projects in the campus itself.  The faculty development is faster if they guide B.Tech. and M.Tech. projects in house.
JNTU is currently insisting on getting Ph.D. for even appointing Associate professors.  If a good R&D centre is available, new Ph.Ds can be trained and guided by senior faculty of the college.
In view of the above, it is suggested that JB group take up this task of setting up a R&D centre on priority basis.
Trust Areas:


  • Networking computer & sensors

  • CT scan & computer aided Tomography

  • Radar Signal processing

  • VLSI % Embedded systems

  • Satellite & Mobile communications

  • Nano Technology

  • Bio-Technology

  • Renewable energy(solar,wind,biomass,bio Diesel, Tidal geothermal etc.)

  • Bio Medicine

  • Medical instrumentation

  • Telemedicine

  • Automotive Electronics

  • Chemical Process Control

  • Pollution control

  • Laser Technology

  • Application software Development

  • Digital signal processing

  • Defense Science & Technology

  • Space Science & Technology

  • Oceanography

  • Textile Technology
    Topics can be taken on priority basis.  They are also to be on need basis.

Formulation of R&D policies:

  1. Linking with offices, committees & panels which support research

  2. Academic policies with JNTU

  3. Administration of funded projects

  4. Resolution of conflicts

  5. Handling intellectual property

  6. Encouraging patents, copyrights, trade marks and geographic indicators

  7. Consortium approach

  8. Creating Doctoral & Post doctoral fellowships

  9. Incentives for faculty & students research

  10. Foreign collaborations

  11. Industrial interaction

  12. Interaction with R & D labs

  13. Travel budget for R & D

  14. Conducting National & International conferences

  15. Security & Safety

  16. Role of women

  17. Role of animals(bio tech) Animal house

  18. Commercialization of research

  19. Training of students & faculty on R & D culture

  20. Research publications

Formation of Research Advisory Committee
The members are:
In-house Journal of Research

II.Entrepreneur Development Cell (EDC):
1. Dr.D.V.S.Raju, Assoc.Prof, Mech Dept.-Dean.
2. Sri Mangilal, Assoc.Prof, Mech Dept.-Member and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member
EDC shall submit the application for registration with Entrepreneur Cell, New Delhi for sanction of funds for setting up of EDC for JBIET.The Cell shall also coordinate with Ministry of Small & Medium Enterprise(MSME) for Lectures, Seminars and Workshops to be conducted periodically(once in a month). They may also enter into MoU with agencies for entrepreneur development skills in students.

BE YOUR OWN BOSS START YOUR OWN ENTERPRISE Be the Job Generator Rather Than Job Seekers

In India, a large number of Technical Institutions of Higher Learning have emerged since the couple of decades, some comparable to the best institutions in the world, that are churning out a large number of Trained and Technical Manpower, Most of the Graduates/Post Graduates are looking for job opportunities rather than exploiting the opportunities in the present global scenario and setup their own ventures thus becoming job Generators rather than Job Seekers and pursue their higher studies.

In EDC Cell the students are provided with the knowledge in the following areas:

III.Training, Development and Placement Cell (TDPC):
1. Prof.V.V.Rangasai, HOD (T&PC)-Dean
2. Sri.K.V.Ranga Rao, Associate Prof., CSE-Member, and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member
   The Cell shall conduct regular training programs for soft skills; invite entrepreneurs and industrialists for seminars and lectures.
The main objective of training and Placement cell at J.B.Institute of Engineering and Technology is to provide personal and career related support to the students with special emphasis on training the students on employability skills and ultimately provide placement in various Industries/Organizations by arranging campus recruitment drives.
Activities of the Cell:
1. To arrange training for the students in soft skills. For this we have allotted 2 hours per week for each section from second year onwards to cover communication skills and Analytical Skills.
2. To arrange Expert Lectures from out side institutions to train on Employability Skills.
3. Arrange workshops on GD and Interview Skills.
4. Intract with various Industries and establish MOU’s for Recruitment Drives and also for conducting Seminars to make the students aware of the Latest Trends in various areas.
5. To arrange before each recruitment drive a company/specific training session to make the students concentrate on the specific skills required for that Industry.
6. After completion of each recruitment drive, a feedback session for all the students so as to analyze and make the students aware of the reasons for not getting selected.

IV.Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC):
1. Dr.P.Kameshwari, HOD, MBA-Dean PG Students.
2. Dr.G.Jagmohan Das, HOD, Civil-Member, and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member

It is also suggested that Dr.Udaya Kiran to associate very actively with this Cell for Industry interaction since he is already engaged with research activities in industries.
Dr.Jagmohan Das with his vast experience and wide contacts requested to guide the Cell.
TEQIP Consultancy team from New Delhi is likely to visit JBIET during first week of March 2010.As per their requirement, the information & data to be furnished in the formats of the above Cells.


J.B.I.E.T  has placed emphasis on the cultivation of strong links with the Industry for the past one decade and promotion of various Industrial activities by the Mentors and the students.  In the present Globalization and Comp0etititve world to keep up the growing volume of Industrial Liaison activities and strengthen the growth and development of Interaction between Institute and Industry a separate cell (I I I Cell)  is established this year i.e. Feb. 2010 to co-ordinates with all the faculties / mentors of JBIET and Industry.
To have a closer linkage between Industry and Institute and promote research suited to Industry needs, and consultancy which creates a sense of owning among faculty members.
To enable academics to take a sabbatical in Industries provides internships for students in industries, which will prepare the students better for entering the industry.
To create an Industrial Chair (Room Provision) in the JBIET and to enable the appointment of experienced Industry resource persons as visiting faculty in JBIET.
To take a membership with various professional associations and research organization in different fields and sectors to promote various forms of interactions.

• INAE(Indian National Academy of Engineering)
• CII(Confederation of Indian Industry)
• FAPCCI(Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry)
• MSME( Micro & Small Medium Entrepreneurship)
• NHRD(National Human Resource Development)

Product Development (Prototype)
Solutions for field problems (Market – Survey etc.)
Short Term Training programmes from IGNOU, Corporate Trainer etc. Technical Skills & Competitive Skills.


Extension Lecture/Guest Lecture/A talk on various topics from visiting faculty from Industry(at least one session in a month). 
Practical Training Programmes /  Short Term assignment to faculty members in industry.
Industrial Projects / Live Projects under joint guidance (Industry Experts & Faculty) for students.
Arranging visits to various industries for faculties & students at least once in a year.


A wide variety of activities has to be taken up in collaboration with Industry / Professional Association to improve the quality of pass outs.
Industrial Training of Students & Staff : The students are to be provided training in the industries in the relevant fields and teachers are also exposed to Industry innovative.
Industrial Visits
Extension / Guest Lectures / Talk on various topics (Burning Topics, New Technology,Industry crisis etc.
Project Work (Mini / Major Projects)
Students Evaluation – Mock Interview / Mock Campus Drive, Group Discussions,Written Test by inviting Corporate Trainers / Corporate Recruiters.
Research & Development Consultancy
Career Guidance & Job Placement of students by organizing JOB MELA, Membership/MOU with Monster, Naukri, India etc.

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