Department Details

The department of Science and Humanities at JBIET offers the bridge courses in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis and Environmental science that help the engineering freshmen get attuned to the specialized engineering domains. In addition, the department coordinates a smoother transition of our novice engineering aspirants from the academic setting they experienced at 10 + 2 level to the study ambience they will encounter in their undergraduate Engineering and Technology course. As an ancillary department that supports the conduct of specialized courses, offered in its domain, as a part of the curricula of other main branches of engineering the department acquires a multi-disciplinary nature and so the faculty belongs to different disciplines namely, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Managements Studies and Environmental Sciences. The Admissions and the Academic work of all the first years are taken care by the H&S department.

The department shields the responsibility of the consolidation of attendance and the sessional marks of the first years and the maintenance of the Parent-Institution communications for the welfare of the students. The members of the faculty regularly attend seminars and workshops and training programs on various engineering subjects. Most of them are associated with scientific bodies striving for the professional and intellectual development of their fellow faculty members. The faculty has addressed itself to the need to orient the students towards the ultimate goal of relating their knowledge to the reality of life situations.

Vision And Mission

Department of Mathematics

VISION

To upgrade performance standards in the field of mathematics in order to be a leading department in the kingdom and Arab world in academic arena.

MISSION

To graduate qualified cadres who are equipped with insight and research skills in the field of mathematics

Department of Physics


VISION

Envisions training students for quality physics education and equip them with such skills for higher studies in national higher educational institutions.

MISSION

  • To provide high quality physics education and equipping students for higher education. 
  •  To provide students with state of the art knowledge in Physics to equip students to compete globally. 
  • To create such infrastructure in the department for meeting the above mission. 
  • To develop among students, sensitivity to contribute to the betterment of    society through knowledge in Physics. 

Department of Chemistry


VISION

Envisions to provide the state of the art chemistry education and to enable students to reach global standards.

MISSION

  • To function as a vibrant and high quality research centre by supporting the faculty involved in such pursuits.
  • To offer courses of global standards.
  • To encourage students to take competitive exams like NET & SLET.
  • To extend internet facilities to the department to facilitate e-learning          

 

Department of English


VISION

To envision the department as a centre for academic excellence, professional expertise, and contextual research in English Studies.

MISSION 

Undergraduate Programme
To train students in communication skills in English.
To introduce students to the tools of literary scholarship.
To strengthen their ability to analyze all forms of literary expression.
To prepare them for careers and higher education.

Short/Long term Goals

Short Term Goals

  •     To train and educate students to compete at global levels
  •     To conduct faculty development programmes regularly for Continuous upgradation
  •     To modernize all the laboratories
  •     To Place teaching / tutorial material of each subject on the internet to enable students to browse at their own place of learning.
  •     To encourage the students to participate in Social responsibility programmes.
  •     To Conduct short-term courses for programmers

Long Term Goals

  •     To be among best institutes in the country and abroad and be recognized as the best department in research
  •     To create better entrepreneurs in the area of Information Technology
  •     To establish and strengthen Industry-Institute interaction and be industry solution providers.
  •     To strive hard to meet the social, ecological and ethical needs of the region.
  •     To establish State of the art research facilities in the department.

Infrastructure

The Department has well equipped and state of the art Engineering Physics & Chemistry Labs as per the JNTU norms, AICTE and NBA requirements for the First Year B.Tech students of all braches. The students have to complete atleast 12 experiments in 16 weeks. The Lab manuals are prepared by the faculty members and supplied to students. In the academic year 2005-2006 English lab is introduced in the syllabus by JNTU for all the branches in First Year Engg.
The English lab is established which includes English language lab (Phonetics) and Interactive Communication Skills lab with the total expenditure of 13 lakhs. The language lab focuses computer-aided multi-media instruments and leashes acquisition through a variety of self-instructional learner-friendly modes of language learning in phonetics, accent, intonation and Rhythm. The language lab provides the required exposure to face computer-based competitive exams such as GRE, TOEFL, & GMAF.

Interactive Communication Skills lab caters to the needs of the students in facing interviews, group discussion, public speaking, report writing, resume writing, format making and paper presentation. English lab builds up the confidence of the students to develop leadership qualifies through communicative competence.

Advanced English Communication Skills lab caters to the needs of the III B. Tech. students of all branches in preparing them for better Employability

Major Equipments

Department of English

Sl.No

Name of the Lab

Important Equipment

1

Multi-Media Language Laboratory

Computers 

2

LCD Projector

3

30 Headsets with Microphones

4

K-Van Solutions- MELL
Software for Phonetics

5

Advanced English &
Communication Skills Lab

60 Computers

6

60 Headsets with Microphones

7

K-Van Solutions- AECS
Software for Advanced English & Communications Skills 

 

EQUIPMENTS IN PHYSICS LAB

 

  1. Torisonal Pendulum
  2. R-C-Circuit Kit
  3. Laser Circuit Kit
  4. Spectrometers
  5. Travelling Microscopes
  6. Semi-conductor Characteristics Kit
  7. LCR- circuit Kit
  8. AC power supply, Sonometer
  9. LED and Laser Kit
  10. Di-electric constant Apparatus
  11. Stewart and  Gees’ Apparatus
  12. Fiber Optics Kit

EQUIPMENTS IN CHEMISTRY LAB

  1. Digital Conductivity Meter
  2. Digital Photo colorimeter
  3. Digital potentiometer
  4. Ostwald’s viscometer
  5. Stalganometer
  6. Redwood viscometer
  7. Hot-plate with magnetic stirrer
  8. Digital Weighing Machine
  9. Analytical Balance
  10. Water Distillation Unit
Chemistry Labs
         
   
         
Physics Labs
         
   

Professional Bodies & Voluntary Organization

  1. Life skills and employability skills training program for Faculty
  2. Faculty development programs
  3. Yoga and meditation for staff and students

Faculty

SL.No

Name of the faculty

Qualification

Subject

Designation

Photos

1

DR.B.V.SWARNALATHAMMA

M.Sc,Ph.D

MATHS

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

2

Dr. Ganji Saidulu

M.Sc,Ph.D

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

3

BN PRADEEPA

M.Sc  ; B.Ed

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

4

NARASIMHA RAO KOLA

M.Sc (Ph.D) 

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

5

C JANARDHANA REDDY

M.Sc

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

6

G NAGADHAR

M.Sc

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

7

D.JYOTHI

M.Sc ; B.Ed

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

8

B.RAJESHWARI

M.Sc

MATHS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

9

J.VENKAT REDDY

M.Sc

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

10

KANDIMALLA RAMESH BABU

M.Sc , M.TECH

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

11

E. BALARAJU 

M.Sc

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

12

R.VENKATESHWARULU

M.Sc

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

13

K.ANURADHA

M.Sc

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

14

Gunavardhan Naidu

P.hd

PHYSICS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

15

SUSAN SUDARSANA RAO PERNI

M.Sc (Ph.D)

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

16

B.VENKAT REDDY

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

17

SAIDULU K

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

18

K.SUNIL KUMAR

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

19

N. NAVEEN KUMAR

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

20

ZAREENA AFSHAN

M.A ; PGCTE

ENGLISH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

21

SOPHIA LAWRENCE PONDUGALA

M.A,B.Ed

ENGLISH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

22

Md.HUSSAIN

M.A,MBA,B.Ed

ENGLISH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

23

P.MAMATHA

M.A, PGCTE

ENGLISH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

24

J.SRINIVASULU

M.A

ENGLISH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

25

G.RAJANARAYANA

M.Sc

ES

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

26

D.PRIYANKA

M.Tech

ES

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

27

CH.JAYRATNAM

MBA

MS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

28

S. SOBHA RANI

MBA

MS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

29

KARUNASREE KOMMINENI

MLISC

LIBRARIAN

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

 

30

SURYAMBABU BETHAMCHARLA

MLISC

ASST LIBRARY

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN

31

Vignesh

M.sc

Physical Director

PD

Student Achievements

TOPPERS

SL NO

YEAR

SEMESTER

TOPPER

ROLL NUMBER

NAME OF THE STUDENT

BRANCH

PER %

1

2014-15

I - SEM

1ST

14671A0247

V.HARISH

EEE

86.88

2

2014-15

I-SEM

1ST

14671A0469

V.ANJANI SWETHA

ECE

86.88

3

2014-15

I-SEM

2ND

14671A0468

K.MANOGNYA

ECE

86.50

4

2014-15

I-SEM

3RD

14671A0466

S.SRAVYA

ECE

86.25

5

2014-15

II-SEM

1ST

14671A0247

VYDHGULA HARISH

EEE

87.51

6

2014-15

II-SEM

2ND

14671A0570

CHANDRAPATI ATMA SREE GAURI

CSE

86.30

7

2014-15

II-SEM

3RD

14671A0468

KOLLI MANOGNYA

ECE

84.72

8

2015-16

I-SEM

1ST

15671A0208

GINJALA TEJA

EEE

86.75

9

2015-16

I-SEM

2ND

15671A0558

SAMINENI UDAY KIRAN

CSE

85.50

10

2015-16

I-SEM

3RD

15671A0120

TONY SINGH

CE

85.38

FOOTBALL & VOLLEY BALL 2015 -16

Football

Rahul

Participated State level Inter Engineering college Footbal Tournment in ABVP Naipunya at JNTUH Kukapally from 19 to 24 Sept, 2015 as Semi Finalists

Aditya

Satwik

Volley Ball

M. Sunil

Participated State level Inter Engineering college Volley Ball Tournment at MGIT Gandipet from 8 to 10 Sept, 2015 as Winners

S. Veeravardhan

 

FOOTBALL & VOLLEY BALL 2014 -15

Football

Ebinizel

Members of the Institute Team for Inter Engineering colleges Footbal Tournment at MRIT, Mysammaguda, Medchal from 10th to 16th Aug, 2014

Manikanth

K. Pavan Kumar

Volley Ball

K. Sujay Rathan

Members of the Institute Team for State level Inter Engineering college Volley Ball Tournment at MGIT Gandipet from 16th to 18th Oct, 2014 as Winners

D. Akhil Kumar

K. Pavan Kumar

CRICKET 2012 -13

M.Pavan

Participated in State Level Iner Engineering Cricket tournment at MGIT, Gandipet from 13th to 15th Sept, 2012 as Quarter Finalists

T.Sham Prasad

T. Sagar

Participated in JNTUH Zone-C, Cricket tournment at Malla Reddy Engineering College, Kompally, 2013 as Quarter Finalists

S. Pavan

Research and Development

Department of Mathematics:

1. Dr.B.V.Swarnalatha , Assoc Professor & HOD:

  Research Projects:

  • Minor Research Project entitled “ Peristaltic Pumping of Non-Newtonian Fluids in a Curved Channel / Tube with Complaint Walls” from UGC dated March 2014 -2016.

Research Publications:

  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2008), On Ordered Semirings with Integral Multiple Property, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Semigroups and Applications”, Department of mathematics, University of Kerala, Thiruvanthapuram, 115-119.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2009),On the Additive and Multiplicative Structure of ordered Semirings, Proceedings of the 5th Asian     Mathematical Convention      (AMC 2009) International Seminar on Recent Trends in Algebra and its and     Related Topics”, Department of      Mathematics, Bursar University Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA, 262-265.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2012),On The Additive And Multiplicative Structure Of Semirings, International Journal of Mathematical Achive-3(7), 2012, 2735-2738
  • B.V.Swarnal;athamma(2015), “Structure of Semirings with Integral Multiple Property” , International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Global Technology, Vol-03(12), pp. 1542-1546.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2015), “Heat and Mass transfer on the peristaltic flow of an incompressible electrically conducting Williamson fluid through a porous medium in a symmetric channel with Hall current effects and inclined magnetic field,” International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Vol. 6, No. 9, pp. 941-957.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2016), “ Hall effects on Unsteady MHD Free Convection flow of an incompressible electrically conducting Second grade fluid through a porous medium over an infinite rotating vertical plate fluctuating with Heat Source/Sink and Chemical reaction,” Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 12 (2), pp. 8-24. http://dx.doi.org/10.9790/5728-1202050824.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2016), “Convective Heat and Mass transfer on MHD Peristaltic flow of Williamson fluid with effect of Inclined Magnetic field,” AIP Conference Proceedings,1728, 020461 (2016). http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4946512.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2016), “Peristaltic hemodynamic flow of couple stress fluid through a porous medium under the influence of Magnetic field with slip effect,” AIP Conference Proceedings, 1728, 020603 (2016); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4946654.
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2016), “Heat Transfer Analysis on Peristaltic Flow of Jeffrey Fluid through Porous Medium in a Vertical Stratum under the Influence of Uniform Transverse Magnetic Field,” Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering (Springer) (Accepted).
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma and (2016), “Heat and mass transfer on Unsteady MHD Oscillatory flow of Blood through Porous arteriole” , Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering (Springer) (Accepted).
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma, (2017) “Heat Transfer on MHD Peristaltic Flow of Jeffrey Fluid through Porous Medium in a Vertical Stratum with Hall effects,” Energy Precedia (Elsevier) (Accepted).
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2017)“ Hall effects on MHD Flow of Heat Generating/ Absorbing Fluid through Porous Medium in a Rotating Parallel Plate Channel”AIP Conference Proceedings, 1859, 020091 (2017); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4990244
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma (2017) “Hall effects on unsteady MHD reactive flow of second grade fluid through porous medium in a rotating parallel plate channel” AIP Conference Proceedings, 1859, 020097 (2017); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4990250
  • B.V.Swarnalathamma(2017) “Peristaltic MHD Convective flow of Walter’s-B Fluid through a Biddable walled channel with Slip Effect”, IOP Proceedings (Accepted)

2. K.NARASIMHA RAO,

Department of mathematics(S & H) pursuing PhD from Krishna University, Machilipatnam.
His topic of research is “The Study of Mixed Convective Heat Transfer in Porous Media”

Department of Chemistry:

1.  J.SUSAN, assistant professor

pursuing her PhD in chemistry from Koneru Laxmaiah University. Her topic of research is “Removal of Arsenic from drinking water by using potato starch impregnated with iron nano particles”.  Presented a research proposal on the above said topic at Indian National Science Academy in New Delhi on April 21, 2017

Department Gallery

S&H- English Dept. conducted Board of Studies Meeting...........

    

S&H- Management Science Dept. conducted Board of Studies Meeting on dated 30/8/17..............

        

Yoga day 21st June, 2017, conducted at MNR hall........

        

JBIET is conducting a One Week Faculty Development Program on ' Effective Teaching Methodologies and Best Practices ' during 5th to 9th Dec, 2016........

        

Guest Lecture on "Human Values and Ethics" by Swami Bodhamayananada, Director of Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence on 23rd Nov, 2016.Guest Lecture on "Human Values and Ethics" by Swami Bodhamayananada, Director of Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence on 23rd Nov, 2016........

JBIET ORIENTATION DAY on 5th Aug, 2016.......

        

JBIET is conducting YOGA programme on 21st June, 2016 in view of 2nd International Yoga Day.......

        

S&H Department had organized a One-Day National Seminar on “Application of Sciences for Engineers” on 22nd August 2014.......

        

S&H Department had organized a One-Day National Seminar on “Application of Sciences for Engineers” on 22nd August 2014.....

        

IIIrd BOS-Meeting....

        

S&H Department had organized a One-Day National Seminar on 'Innovations in English Language Teaching Methodologies' on 19th July 2012.​....

        

BOS Meeting....<

        

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