S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | SDSTPS - Nellore | 10-03-2018 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | Kandukur 132/33 KV Substation | 08-10-2017 | REPORT |
3. | Srisailam Hydro Power Plant | 5-09-2017 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | NTTPS - Vijayawada | 12-1-2017 | REPORT |
2. | Yerranna Gudlur Substation | 29-09-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | KTPS - Hyderabad | 07-03-2016 | REPORT |
2. | Kandukur 132/33 KV Substation | 03-03-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | NTTPS - Vijayawada | 22/9/2014 | REPORT |
2. | Yerranna Gudlur Substation | 18/8/2014 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE INDUSTRY | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | Yerranna Gudlur Substation | 03-03-2014 | REPORT |
2. | Kandukur 132/33 KV Substation | 15-07-2013 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | ETHICAL HACKING | 25-1-2019 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | DEGENERATION AND RESTRUCTURED POWER SYSTEMS | 23-2-2017 | REPORT |
2. | CONTROL SYSTEMS | 01-02-2017 | REPORT |
3. | POWER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN POWER SUPPLIES | 06-08-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | FUTURE OF SOLAR ENERGY & APPLICATION | 21-03-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | NUERAL NETWORK &FUZZY LOGIC | 22-09-2014 | REPORT |
2. | ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION LAYOUT AND MAINTENANCE | 16-07-2014 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | ENERGY CONSERVATION,ENVIRONMENT AND SOLAR POWER | 29-12-2013 | REPORT |
2. | OVERVIEW OF HYDRO POWER GENERATION | 09-07-2013 | REPORT |
S.NO | Course Name | Year | Report |
1 | PCB design and fabrication | 2017-18 | Report |
2 | Design and manufacturing of control pannels | 2016-17 | Report |
3 | Automation using PLC and SCADA | 2016-17 | Report |
4 | Programming in C and C++ | 2015-16 | Report |
5 | Lab view | 2014-15 | Report |
6 | MATLAB Programming | 2014-15 | Report |
7 | Building Blocks of JAVA | 2013-14 | Report |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | BASIC ENGINEERING DRAWING | 21-12-2017 To 08-03-2018 | REPORT |
2. | FOUNDATION ELECTRONICS | 21-12-2017 To 09-03-2018 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | VLSI FUNDAMENTALS | 10-08-2016 To 23-08-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT | |
1. | EE-ESB | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS BASICS | 7-02-2016 To 21-02-2016 | REPORT |
2. | EE-PS | P-SPICE | 1-10-2015 To 13-10-2015 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | MATLAB/SIMULINK | 5-10-2014 To 13-10-2014 | REPORT |
2. | P-SPICE | 14-10-2014 To 21-10-2014 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE GUEST LECTURES | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | MATLAB/SIMULINK | 29-12-2013 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE SEMINARS | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT | 22-04-2018 | REPORT |
2. | ROLE OF VEDAS IN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | 11-03-2018 | REPORT |
2. | ADVANCED ROBOTIC CONTROL AND INDUSTRIAL AUOTOMATION | 11-02-2018 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE SEMINARS | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | CAREER & JOB OPPORTUNITIES | 10-04-2017 | REPORT |
2. | HIGHER STUDIES IN ABROAD | 03-03-2017 | REPORT |
3. | NON CONVENTIOONAL ENERGY SOURCE | 24-12-2016 | REPORT |
4. | GRE & TOEFL | 12-18-2016 | REPORT |
5. | PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM | 05-08-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE SEMINARS | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | STUDIES IN ABROAD | 30-01-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE SEMINARS | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | 10-08-2014 | REPORT |
2. | PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT | 12-07-2014 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE SEMINARS | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR EEE STUDENTS | 23-01-2014 | REPORT |
2. | ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | 28-06-2013 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | DISASTER MANAGEMENT | 04-1-2019 to 05-1-2019 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | ENTREPRENEURSHIPS DEVELOPMENT | 27/03/2018 to 29/03/2018 | REPORT |
2. | QUADCOPTER | 09-3-2018 to 10-3-2018 | REPORT |
3. | SOLAR PANNELS | 30-7-2017 to 31-7-2017 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | VERY-LORGE-SCALE INTEGRATION (VLSI) | 20-9-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | STUDIES IN ABOARD | 30-1-2016 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | NEURAL NETWORK & FUZZY LOGIC | 22-9-14 | REPORT |
S. No | NAME OF THE WORKSHOP | DATE FROM-TO | REPORT |
1. | MICROSOFT SERVIECES PROFRSSIONAL CERTIFICATION TRAINING | 11-2-2014 | REPORT |
2. | SOFT SKILLS | 22-7-2013 to 23-7-2013 | REPORT |
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2002 with an intake of 60 students and subsequently enhanced to 90 in the year 2004, and 120 in 2011 for B.Tech programme. The Department also offers M.Tech programme with specialization in Power Electronics from the academic year 2011 with an intake of 18 and Electrical Power Systems in 2013 with an intake of 18.
The department has made significant growth in terms of infrastructural and academic standards on par with other premier institutions in Andhra Pradesh. The department has well experienced professors with Ph.D and M.Tech qualifications, Associate and Assistant Professors with M.Tech qualification and maintains a faculty student ratio of 1:15 as per AICTE norms. The department has fully equipped laboratories/licensed softwares for UG and PG Programmes to impart practical knowledge to students who can take up any assignment after their graduation/post graduation. EEE department has taken main initiative in starting up the solar power plant in the college premises. The faculty provides total support to the student for taking part in securing government jobs. EEE alumni always finds available to the college when their presence is needed. Faculties are students' oriented and give top most priority to train students to secure job and get settled.
Course Title | Course Outcome |
ENGLISH | 1. Using English languages, both written and spoken, competently and correctly. 2. Improving comprehension and fluency of speech. 3. Gaining confidence in using English in verbal situations. |
MATHEMAICS-1 | 1. Solve linear differential equations of first, second and higher order. 2. Determine Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of various functions and use Laplace transforms to determine general solution to linear ODE. 3. Calculate total derivative, Jacobean and minima of functions of two variables. |
APPLIED CHEMISTRY | 1. The advantages and limitations of plastic materials and their use in design would be understood. Fuels which are used commonly and their economics, advantages and limitations are discussed.
2. Reasons for corrosion and some methods of corrosion control would be understood. The students would be now aware of materials like nano-materials and fullerenes and their uses. Similarly liquid crystals and superconductors are understood. 3. The importance of green synthesis is well understood and how they are different from conventional methods is also explained. Conductance phenomenon is better understood. The students are exposed to some of the alternative fuels and their advantages and limitations. |
ENIGINEERING MECHANICS | 1. Draw free body diagrams and determine the resultant of forces and/or moments.
2. Determine the centroid and second moment of area of sections. Apply laws of mechanics to determine efficiency of simple machines with consideration of friction. 3. Analyse statically determinate planar frames. Analyse the motion and calculate trajectory characteristics. 4. Apply Newton’s laws and conservation laws to elastic collisions and motion of rigid bodies. |
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING | 1. Understand the basic terminology used in computer programming. 2. Write, compile and debug programs in C language. 3. Use different data types in a computer program. 4. Design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions. 5. Explain the difference between call by value and call by reference. 6. Understand the dynamics of memory by the use of pointer. Use different data structures and create/update basic data files. |
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | 1. The natural resources and their importance for the sustenance of the life and recognize the need to conserve the natural resources.
2. The concepts of the ecosystem and its function in the environment. The need for protecting the producers and consumers in various ecosystems and their role in the food web 3. The biodiversity of India and the threats to biodiversity, and conservation practices to protect the biodiversity Various attributes of the pollution and their impacts and measures to reduce or control the pollution along with waste management practices. 4. Social issues both rural and urban environment and the possible means to combat the Challenges. 5. The environmental legislations of India and the first global initiatives towards sustainable development. About environmental assessment and the stages involved in EIA and the environmental audit. 6. Self Sustaining Green Campus with Environment Friendly aspect of – Energy, Water and Wastewater reuse Plantation, Rain water Harvesting, Parking Curriculum. |
APPLIED/ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LABORATORY | 1. The students entering into the professional course have practically very little exposure to lab classes.
2.The experiments introduce volumetric analysis; redox titrations with different indicators; EDTA titrations; then they are exposed to a few instrumental methods of chemical analysis. Thus at the end of the lab course. 3. The student is exposed to different methods of chemical analysis and use of some commonly employed instruments. They thus acquire some experimental skills. |
ENGLISH - COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB- I | 1. A study of the communicative items in the laboratory will help the students become successful in the competitive world. |
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | 1.Apply and practice logical ability to solve the problems. 2.Understand C programming development environment, compiling, debugging, and linking and executing a program 2.using the development environment Analyzing the complexity of problems, Modularize the problems into small modules and then convert them into programs 3. Understand and apply the in-built functions and customized functions for solving the problems. 4.Understand and apply the pointers, memory allocation techniques and use of files for dealing with variety of problems. 5. Document and present the algorithms, flowcharts and programs in form of user-manuals 6.Identification of various computer components, Installation of software |
ENGLISH -II | 1. Abdul Kalam's simple life and service to the nation inspires the readers to follow in his footsteps. 2. The Achievements of C V Raman are inspiring and exemplary to the readers and all scientists. 3. The seminal contributions of Homi Jehangir Bhabha to Indian nuclear programmer provide an aspiration to the readers to serve the nation and strengthen it. 4. The Scientific discoveries and inventions of Jagadish Chandra Bose provide inspiration to the readers to make their own contributions to science and technology, and strengthen the nation. 5. Prafulla Chandra Ray's scientific achievements and patriotic fervor provide inspiration to the reader 6. The lesson provides inspiration to the readers to think and tap their innate talents. |
MATHEMATICS-II | 1. Calculate a root of algebraic and transcendental equations. Explain relation between the finite difference operators. 2. Compute interpolating polynomial for the given data. 3. Solve ordinary differential equations numerically using Euler’s and RK method. 4. Find Fourier series and Fourier transforms for certain functions. 5. Identify/classify and solve the different types of partial differential equations. |
MATHEMATICS-III | 1. Determine rank, Eigen values and Eigen vectors of a given matrix and solve simultaneous linear equations.
2. Solve simultaneous linear equations numerically using various matrix methods. 3. Determine double integral over a region and triple integral over a volume. 4. Calculate gradient of a scalar function, divergence and curl of a vector function. 5.Determine line, surface and volume integrals. Apply Green, Stokes and Gauss divergence theorems to calculate line, surface and volume integrals. |
APPLIED PHYSICS | 1.Construction and working details of instruments, ie., Inter ferometer, Diffractometer and Polarimeter are learnt.
2.Study EM-fields and semiconductors under the concepts of Quantum mechanics paves way for their optimal utility. |
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS – I | 1.Various electrical networks in presence of active and passive elements.
2. Electrical networks with network topology concepts. 3. Any magnetic circuit with various dot conventions. 4. Any R, L, C network with sinusoidal excitation. 5.Any R, L, network with variation of any one of the parameters i.e R, L, C. 6. Electrical networks by using principles of network theorems. |
ENGINEERING DRAWING | 1. understand the importance of BIS and ISO Standards in Engineering Drafting
2. graphically construct and understand the importance of mathematical curves in Engineering applications 3. visualize geometrical solids in 3D space through exercises in Orthographic Projections 4. interpret Orthographic ,Isometric and Perspective views of objects 5. develop the surfaces of geometrical solids |
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB- II | 1.A study of the communicative items in the laboratory will help the students become successful in the competitive world.
2.The course content along with the study material is divided into six units. |
APPLIED/ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB | 1. Physics lab curriculum gives fundamental understanding of design of an instrument with targeted accuracy for physical measurements. |
ENGINEERING WORKSHOP & IT WORKSHOP LAB | 1. Ability to design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as Cross lap joint, Dove tail joint. 2. Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of fitting such as Straight fit, V- fit. Ability to make various basic prototypes in the trade of Tin smithy such as rectangular tray, and open Cylinder. 3. Ability to perform various basic House Wiring techniques such as connecting one lamp with one switch, connecting two lamps with one switch, connecting a fluorescent tube, Series wiring, Go down wiring. 4. Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint. |
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS-II | 1.Students are able find the transient response of electrical networks for different types of excitations.
2.Students are able to find parameters for different types of network. 3.Students are able to realize electrical equivalent network for a given network transfer function. 4.Students are able to extract different harmonics components from the response of a electrical network |
ELECTRICAL MACHINES - I | 1Able to mitigate the ill-effects of armature reaction and improve commutation in dc machines.
2.Able to understand the torque production mechanism and control the speed of dc motors. 3.Able to analyze the performance of single phase transformers. 4.Able to predetermine regulation, losses and efficiency of single phase transformers. 5.Able to parallel transformers, control voltages with tap changing methods and achieve three-phase to two-phase transformation |
BASIC ELECTRONICS AND DEVICES | 1 Students are able to understand the basic concepts of semiconductor physics, which are useful to understand the operation of diodes and transistors.
2. Students are able to explain the operation and characteristics of PN junction diode and special diodes. 3. Ability to understand operation and design aspects of rectifiers and regulators. 4. Students are able to understand the characteristics of various transistor configurations. They become familiar with different biasing, stabilization and compensation techniques used in transistor circuits. 5. Students are able to understand the operation and characteristics of FET, Thyristors, Power IGBTs and Power MOSFETs. 6. Students are able to understand the merits and demerits of positive and negative feedback and the role of feedback in oscillators and amplifiers. |
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS | 1.To Determine electric fields and potentials using guass’s lawor solving Laplace’s or Possion’s equations, for various electric charge distributions.
2.To Calculate and design capacitance, energy stored in dielectrics. 3.To Calculate the magnetic field intensity due to current, the application of ampere’s law and the Maxwell’s second and third equations. 4.To determine the magnetic forces and torque produced by currents in magnetic field 5.To determine self and mutual inductances and the energy stored in the magnetic field. 6.To calculate induced e.m.f., understand the concepts of displacement current and Pointing vector. |
THERMAL AND HYDRO PRIME MOVERS | 1. Describe the basic components of steam power plants and working principles of different types of steam turbines, Explain the working principle of different types of gas turbines.
2. Identify the main components of diesel power plant and explain the working principle of diesel engines Discuss the working principle of different types of hydraulic turbines 3. Illustrate the working principle of centrifugal and reciprocating pumps |
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS | 1.The Learner is equipped with the knowledge of estimating the Demand and demand elasticity’s for a product and the knowledge of understanding of the Input-Output-Cost relationships and estimation of the least cost combination of inputs.
2.One is also ready to understand the nature of different markets and Price Output determination under various market conditions and also to have the knowledge of different Business Units. 3.The Learner is able to prepare Financial Statements and the usage of various Accounting tools for Analysis and to evaluate various investment project proposals with the help of capital budgeting techniques for decision making. |
THERMAL AND HYDRO LAB | 1. Students are to able to solve three – phase circuits under balanced condition. 2. Students are able to solve three – phase circuits under unbalances condition. 3. Students are able fine out transient response of electrical networks with different types of excitations. 4. Students are able to estimate the different types of two port network parameters. 5. Students are able to represent electrical equivalent network for a given network transfer function. 6. Students are able to extract different harmonics components from the response of a electrical network |
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LAB | 1.Able to apply various thermos, determination of self and mutual inductances, two port parameters of a given electric circuits. 2. Able to draw locus diagrams. Waveforms and phasor diagram for lagging and leading networks. |
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS | 1. Able to choose right type of instrument for measurement of voltage and current for ac and dc.
2.Able to choose right type of instrument for measurement of power and energy – able to calibrate energy meter by suitable method 3.Able to calibrate ammeter and potentiometer. 4.Able to select suitable bridge for measurement of electrical parameters 5.Able to use the ballistic galvanometer and flux meter for magnetic measuring instruments 6.Able to measure frequency and phase difference between signals using CRO. Able to use digital instruments in electrical measurements. |
SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGN | 1. Students will be aware of theory of Boolean Algebra & the underlying features of various number systems.
2. Students will be able to use the concepts of Boolean Algebra for the analysis & design of various combinational & sequential logic circuits. 3.Students will be able to design various logic gates starting from simple ordinary gates to complex programmable logic devices & arrays. |
CONTROL SYSTEMS | 1.Ability to derive the transfer function of physical systems and determination of overall transfer function using block diagram algebra and signal flow graphs.
2. Capability to determine time response specifications of second order systems and to determine error constants. 3.Acquires the skill to analyze absolute and relative stability of LTI systems using Routh’s stability criterion and the root locus method. 4. Capable to analyze the stability of LTI systems using frequency response methods. 5.Able to design Lag, Lead, Lag-Lead compensators to improve system performance from Bode diagrams. 6. Ability to represent physical systems as state models and determine the response. 7. Understanding the concepts of controllability and observability. |
POWER SYSTEMS-I | 1. Students are able to identify the different components of thermal power plants. 2. Students are able to identify the different components of nuclear Power plants. 3. Students are able to distinguish between AC/DC distribution systems and also estimate voltage drops of distribution systems. 4. Students are able to identify the different components of air and gas insulated substations. 5. Students are able to identify single core and multi core cables with different Insulating materials. 6. Students are able to analyze the different economic factors of power generation and tariffs. |
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE | 1. After completion of the Course the student will acquire the knowledge on management functions, global leadership and organizational behavior. 2. Familiarize with the concepts of functional management project management and strategic management. |
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – I LABORATORY | 1. To determine and predetermine the performance of DC machines and Transformers. 2. To control the speed of DC motor. 3. To achieve three phase to two phase transformation |
ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB | 1. Learn the characteristics of basic electronic devices 2. Learn the Characteristics of UJT 3. Learn the Characteristics of FET 4. Learn about Power amplifiers. 5. Learn about Differential amplifiers |
POWER SYSTEMS–II | 1. Learn the characteristics of basic electronic devices 2. Learn the Characteristics of UJT 3. Learn the Characteristics of FET 4. Learn about Power amplifiers. 5. Learn about Differential amplifiers |
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES | 1. Analyze solar radiation data, extraterrestrial radiation, and radiation on earth’s surface.
2. Design solar thermal collectors, solar thermal plants. 3. Design solar photo voltaic systems. 4. Develop maximum power point techniques in solar PV and wind energy systems. 5. Explain wind energy conversion systems, wind generators, power generation. 6. Explain basic principle and working of hydro, tidal, biomass, fuel cell and geothermal systems. |
SIGNALS & SYSTEMS | 1. Characterize the signals and systems and principles of vector spaces, Concept of orthgonality.
2.Analyze the continuous-time signals and continuous-time systems using Fourier Series, Fourier transform and Laplace transform. 3. Apply sampling theorem to convert continuous-time signals to discrete-time signal and reconstruct back. 4.Understand the relationships among the various representations of LTI systems 5. Understand the Concepts of convolution, correlation, Energy and Power density spectrum and their relationships. 6. Apply z-transform to analyze discrete-time signals and systems. |
PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS | 1 .Design linear and non-linear wave shaping circuits.
2. Apply the fundamental concepts of wave shaping for various switching and signal generating circuits. 3. Design different multi vibrators and time base generators. 4. Utilize the non sinusoidal signals in many experimental research areas. |
POWER ELECTRONICS | 1. Explain the characteristics of various power semiconductor devices and analyze the static and dynamic characteristics of SCR’s.
2. Design firing circuits for SCR. 3. Explain the operation of single phase full–wave converters and analyze harmonics in the input current. 4. Explain the operation of three phase full–wave converters. 5. Analyze the operation of different types of DC-DC converters. 6. Explain the operation of inverters and application of PWM techniques for voltage control and harmonic mitigation. 7.Analyze the operation of AC-AC regulators |
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II LABORATORY | 1. Able to assess the performance of single phase and three phase induction motors.
2. Able to control the speed of three phase induction motor. 3. Able to predetermine the regulation of three–phase alternator by various methods. 4. Able to find the Xd/ Xq ratio of alternator and asses the performance of three–phase synchronous motor. |
CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB | 1. Able to analyze the performance and working Magnetic amplifier, D.C and A.C. servo motors and synchronous motors.
2.Able to design P,PI,PD and PID controllers 3.Able to design lag, lead and lag–lead compensators 4.Able to control the temperature using PID controller 5. Able to determine the transfer function of D.C.motor 6.Able to control the position of D.C servo motor performance |
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY | 1. To be able to measure the electrical parameters voltage, current, power, energy and electrical characteristics of resistance, inductance and capacitance.
2. To be able to test transformer oil for its effectiveness. 3. To be able to measure the parameters of inductive coil. |
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PATENTS | 1. IPR Laws and patents pave the way for innovative ideas which are instrumental for inventions to seek Patents.
2. Student get an insight on Copyrights, Patents and Software patents which are instrumental for further advancements. |
POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS & DRIVES | 1. Explain the fundamentals of electric drive and different electric braking methods.
2. Analyze the operation of three phase converter fed dc motors and four quadrant operations of dc motors using dual converters. 3.Describe the converter control of dc motors in various quadrants of operation 4. Know the concept of speed control of induction motor by using AC voltage controllers and voltage source inverters. 5. Differentiate the stator side control and rotor side control of three phase induction motor. 6.Explain the speed control mechanism of synchronous motors |
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS | 1.Able to draw impedance diagram for a power system network and to understand per unit quantities.
2. Able to form aYbusand Zbusfor a power system networks. 3. Able to understand the load flow solution of a power system using different methods. 4.Able to find the fault currents for all types faults to provide data for the design of protective devices. 5.Able to find the sequence components of currents for unbalanced power system network. 6. Able to analyze the steady state, transient and dynamic stability concepts of a power system. |
MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS | 1. To be able to understand the microprocessor capability in general and explore the evaluation of microprocessors.
2.To be able to understand the addressing modes of microprocessors 3.To be able the micro controller capability 4.To be able to program mp and mc 5.To be able to interface mp and mc with other electronic devices 6. To be able to develop cyber physical systems |
DATA STRUCTURES THROUGH C++ | 1. Distinguish between procedures and object oriented programming.
2. Apply advanced data structure strategies for exploring complex data structures. 3. Compare and contrast various data structures and design techniques in the area of Performance. 4. Implement data structure algorithms through C++. • Incorporate data structures into the applications such as binary search trees, AVL and B Trees 5.Implement all data structures like stacks, queues, trees, lists and graphs and compare their Performance and tradeoffs` |
UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING(Open Elective) | 1. Documentation will demonstrate good organization and readability.
2. File processing projects will require data organization, problem solving and research. 3. Scripts and programs will demonstrate simple effective user interfaces. 4. Scripts and programs will demonstrate effective use of structured programming. 5.Scripts and programs will be accompanied by printed output demonstrating 6. Completion of a test plan. Testing will demonstrate both black and glass box testing strategies. 7. Project work will involve group participation. |
OOPs through Java | 1.Explain what constitutes an object-oriented approach to programming and identify Potential benefits of object-oriented programming over other approaches.
2. Apply an object-oriented approach to developing applications of varying complexities |
VLSI DESIGN | 1.Understand the properties of MOS active devices and simple circuits configured whenusing them and the reason for such encumbrances as ratio rules by which circuits can
be interconnected in silicon.
2. Know three sets of design rules with which nMOS and CMOS designs may be fabricated. 3. Understand the scaling factors determining the characteristics and performance of MOS circuits in silicon. |
ROBOTICS (Open Elective) | 1.The Student must be able to design automatic manufacturing cells with robotic control
using
2. The principle behind robotic drive system, end effectors, sensor, machine vision robot Kinematics and programming. |
NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC (Open Elective) | 1. Know different models of artificial neuron.
2. Use learning methods of ANN. 3. Use different paradigms of ANN. 4. Classify between classical and fuzzy sets. 5. Use different modules of Fuzzy logic controller. 6. Apply Neural Networks and fuzzy logic for real-time applications. |
ENERGY AUDIT, CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT (Open Elective) | 1. Explain energy efficiency, conservation and various technologies.
2. Design energy efficient lighting systems. 3. Calculate power factor of systems and propose suitable compensation techniques. 4 .Explain energy conservation in HVAC systems. 5. Calculate life cycle costing analysis and return on investment on energy efficient technologies. |
POWER ELECTRONICS LAB | 1. Able to study the characteristics of various power electronic devices and analyze gate drive circuits of IGBT.
2. Able to analyze the performance of single–phase and three–phase full–wave bridge converters with both resistive and inductive loads. 3. Able to understand the operation of single phase AC voltage regulator with resistive and inductive loads. 4. Able to understand the working of Buck converter, Boost converter, single–phase square wave inverter and PWM inverter. |
MICRO MPROCESSORS AND MICRO CONTROLLERS LAB | 1. Will be able to write assembly language program using 8086 micro based on arithmetic, logical, and shift operations.
2. Will be able to interface 8086 with I/O and other devices. 3. Will be able to do parallel and serial communication using 8051 & PIC 18 microcontrollers. |
DATASTRUCTURES THROUGH C LAB | 1.Be able to design and analyze the time and space efficiency of the data structure
2. Be capable to identity the appropriate data structure for given problem 3.Have practical knowledge on the application of data structures |
PROFESSIONAL ETHICSAND HUMAN VALUES | 1.It gives a comprehensive understanding of a variety issues that are encountered by every professional in discharging professional duties.
2. It provides the student the sensitivity and global outlook in the contemporary world to fulfill the professional obligations effectively. |
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SYSTEMS | 1. Analyze solar radiation data, extraterrestrial radiation, radiation on earth’s surface.
2. Design solar thermal collections. 3. Design solar photo voltaic systems. |
HVAC & DC TRANSMISSION | 1. To be able to acquaint with HV transmission system with regard to power handling capacity, losses, conductor resistance and electrostatic field associate with HV. Further knowledge is gained in area of bundle conductor system to improve electrical and mechanical performance.
2. To develop ability for determining corona, radio interference, audible noise generation and frequency spectrum for single and three phase transmission lines. 3. To be able to acquire knowledge in transmission of HVDC power with regard to terminal equipments, type of HVDC connectivity and planning of HVDC system. 4. To be able to develop knowledge with regard to choice of pulse conversion, control characteristic, firing angle control and effect of source impedance. 5. To develop knowledge of reactive power requirements of conventional control, filters and reactive power compensation in AC. side of HVDC system. 6. Able to calculate voltage and current harmonics, and design of filters for six and twelve pulse conversion. |
POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL | 1. Able to compute optimal scheduling of Generators.
2. Able to understand hydrothermal scheduling. 3. Understand the unit commitment problem. 4. Able to understand importance of the frequency. 5. Understand importance of PID controllers in single area and two area systems. 6. Will understand reactive power control and compensation for transmission line. |
ENERGY AUDIT, CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT (Open Elective) | 1. Explain energy efficiency, conservation and various technologies.
2. Design energy efficient lighting systems. 3. Calculate power factor of systems and propose suitable compensation techniques. 4. Explain energy conservation in HVAC systems. 5.Calculate life cycle costing analysis and return on investment on energy efficient technologies |
INSTRUMENTATION (Open Elective) | 1. Able to represent various types of signals . 2. Acquire proper knowledge to use various types of Transducers. 3. Able to monitor and measure various parameters such as strain, velocity, temperature, pressure etc. 4. Acquire proper knowledge and working principle of various types of digital voltmeters. 5. Able to measure various parameter like phase and frequency of a signal with the help of CRO. 6. Acquire proper knowledge and able to handle various types of signal analyzers. |
NON–CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY (Open Elective) | 1. Analyze solar radiation data, extraterrestrial radiation, radiation on earth’s surface.
2. Design solar thermal collections. 3. Design solar photo voltaic systems. 4. Develop maximum power point techniques in solar PV and wind. 5. Explain wind energy conversion systems, Betz coefficient, tip speed ratio. 6. Explain basic principle and working of hydro, tidal, biomass, fuel cell and geothermal systems. |
OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES (Open Elective) | 1. Apply classical optimization techniques to minimize or maximize a multi-variable objective function, without or with constraints, and arrive at an optimal solution.
2. Formulate a mathematical model and apply linear programming technique by using Simplex method. Also extend the concept of dual Simplex method for optimal solutions. 3. Solve transportation and assignment problem by using Linear programming Simplex method. 4. Apply gradient and non-gradient methods to nonlinear optimization problems and use interior or exterior penalty functions for the constraints to derive the optimal solutions. 5. Formulate and apply Dynamic programming technique to inventory control, production planning, engineering design problems etc. to reach a final optimal solution from the current optimal solution. |
Elective – I VLSI DESIGN | 1. Ability to demonstrate the fundamentals of IC technology such as various MOS fabrication technologies.
2. Ability to calculate electrical properties of MOS circuits such as Ids 3. Vds relationship, Vt, gm, gds, figure of merit, sheet resistance, area capacitance. 4. Ability to demonstrate semi conductor IC design such as PLA’s, PAL, FPGA, CPLS’s design. 5. Ability to demonstrate VHDL synthesis, simulation, design capture tools design verification tools, CMOS testing. |
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS(ELECTIVE–I) | 1. Able to understand the various factors of distribution system.
2. Able to design the substation and feeders. 3. Able to determine the voltage drop and power loss 4. Able to understand the protection and its coordination. 5. Able to understand the effect of compensation on p.f improvement. 6. Able to understand the effect of voltage, current distribution system performance |
OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES(Elective-I) | 1. Apply classical optimization techniques to minimize or maximize a multi-variable objective function, without or with constraints, and arrive at an optimal solution.
2. Formulate a mathematical model and apply linear programming technique by using Simplex method. Also extend the concept of dual Simplex method for optimal solutions. 3. Solve transportation and assignment problem by using Linear programming Simplex method. 4. Apply gradient and non-gradient methods to nonlinear optimization problems and use interior or exterior penalty functions for the constraints to derive the optimal solutions. 5. Formulate and apply Dynamic programming technique to inventory control, production planning, engineering design problems etc. to reach a final optimal solution from the current optimal solution. |
OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES(Elective-I) | 1. Apply classical optimization techniques to minimize or maximize a multi-variable objective function, without or with constraints, and arrive at an optimal solution.
2. Formulate a mathematical model and apply linear programming technique by using Simplex method. Also extend the concept of dual Simplex method for optimal solutions. 3. Solve transportation and assignment problem by using Linear programming Simplex method. 4. Apply gradient and non-gradient methods to nonlinear optimization problems and use interior or exterior penalty functions for the constraints to derive the optimal solutions. 5. Formulate and apply Dynamic programming technique to inventory control, production planning, engineering design problems etc. to reach a final optimal solution from the current optimal solution. |
MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LAB | 1. Will be able to write assembly language program using 8086 micro based on arithmetic, logical, and shift operations.
2. Will be able to do modular and Dos/Bios programming using 8086 micro processor. 3. Will be able to interface 8086 with I/O and other devices. 4.Will be able to do parallel and serial communication using 8051 micro controllers. |
ELECTRICAL SIMULATION LAB | 1. Able to simulate integrator circuit, differentiator circuit, Boost converter, Buck converter, full convertor and PWM inverter.
2. Able to simulate transmission line by incorporating line, load and transformer models. 3. Able to perform transient analysis of RLC circuit and single machine connected to infinite bus (SMIB). 4. Able to find load flow solution for a transmission network with Newton–Rampson method |
POWER SYSTEMS LAB | 1. The student is able to determine the parameters of various power system components
which are frequently occur in power system studies and he can execute energy management 2. Systems functions at load dispatch center. |
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS | 1. The students learn the advantages of discrete time control systems and the “know how” of various associated accessories.
2. The learner understand z–transformations and their role in the mathematical analysis of different systems(like Laplace transforms in analog systems). 3. The stability criterion for digital systems and methods adopted for testing the same are explained. 4. Finally, the conventional and state space methods of design are also introduced. |
ELECTIVE – II ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS | 1. State space representation of control system and formulation of different state models are reviewed.
2. Able to design of control system using the pole placement technique is given after introducing the concept of controllability and observability. 3. Able to analyze of nonlinear system using the describing function technique and phase plane analysis. 4. Able to analyses the stability analysis using lypnov method. 5. Minimization of functional using calculus of variation studied. 6. Able to formulate and solve the LQR problem and riccatti equation. |
ELECTIVE – II ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS | 1. To be acquainted with the performance of high voltages with regard to different configurations of electrode systems.
2. To be able to understand theory of breakdown and withstand phenomena of all types of dielectric materials. 3. To acquaint with the techniques of generation of AC,DC and Impulse voltages. 4. To be able to apply knowledge for measurement of high voltage and high current AC,DC and Impulse. 5. To be in a position to measure dielectric property of material used for HV equipment. 6. To know the techniques of testing various equipment’s used in HV engineering |
SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES (Elective – II) | 1. Explain theory of operation and control of switched reluctance motor. 2. Explain the performance and control of stepper motors, and their applications. 3. Describe the operation and characteristics of permanent magnet dc motor. 4. Distinguish between brush dc motor and brush less dc motor. 5. Explain the theory of travelling magnetic field and applications of linear motors. 6. Understand the significance of electrical motors for traction drives. |
ELECTIVE – III ELECTRIC POWER QUALITY | 1. At the end of this course the student should be able to Differentiate between different types of power quality problems. 2. Explain the sources of voltage sag, voltage swell, interruptions, transients, long duration over voltages and harmonics in a power system. 3. Explain the principle of voltage regulation and power factor improvement methods. 4. Demonstrate the relationship between distributed generation and power quality. 5. Explain the power quality monitoring concepts and the usage of measuring instruments. |
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Elective – III) | 1. Able to study different types of signals and properties of systems.. 2. Able to apply of Fourier transform to discrete time systems.. 3. Able to apply the FFT and inverse FFT to discrete sequences. 4.Able to realize and design digital filters.. 5. Able to understand the multi–rate signal processing.. 6. Able to understand architecture of digital signal processors. |
FLEXIBLE ALTERNATING CURRENT TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS (FACTS) (Elective – III) | 1. Discuss compensation methods to improve stability and reduce power oscillations in the transmission lines. 2. Explain the method of shunt compensation by using static VAR compensators. 3. Appreciate the methods of compensations by using series compensators. 4. Explain the operation of modern power electronic controllers (Unified Power Quality Conditioner and Interline Power Flow Controller). |
ELECTIVE – IV OOPS THROUGH JAVA | 1. Understand the format and use of objects. 2. Understand basic input/output methods and their use. 3. Understand object inheritance and its use. 4. Understand development of JAVA applets vs. JAVA applications. 5. Understand the use of various system libraries. |
UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING (Elective – IV) | 1. Upon completing this course students will have skills Use UNIX shells and commands to create powerful data processing applications. 2. Build UNIX applications using the shell command interpreter and UNIX commands. 3. Use UNIX at the command line to manage data, files, and programs. 4. Use UNIX editors and tools to create and modify data files and documents. |
AI TECHNIQUES (Elective IV) | 1 Apply the Set theory and Relation concepts. 2 Apply the Functions and define the recursive functions. 3 Apply Laplace transform to different applications 4 Apply Inverse Laplace transform to different applications. 5 Identify the permutations and combinations. 6 Define variable and also identify the mapping. |
POWER SYSTEM REFORMS (Elective IV) | 1. Will understand importance of power system deregulation and restructuring. 2. Able to compute ATC. 3. Will understand transmission congestion management. 4. Able to compute electricity pricing in deregulated environment. 5. Will be able to understand power system operation in deregulated environment. 6. Will understand importance of ancillary services. |
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (Elective IV) | 1. To be able to appreciate and evaluate systems in general and apply to specific systems. 2. Should engineer successful systems fit for intended purpose. Right from concept to development. 3. Should be able to successfully deploy the new systems developed. 4. Should be able to leverage the support systems for success of systems from womb to tomb. 5. Should be able to apply systems engineering in engineering product and services. 6. Should be able to relate systems engineering with project management and software engineering. |
Mr. VARAPARLA HARI BABU, Associate Professor & Head, B.Tech, M.Tech, (Ph.D), MISTE Mr. V. Hari Babu received the Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department from Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India in 2001, and the Master of Engineering Degree in Advanced Power Systems from JNTU-K, Kakinada, India in 2005. He is Pursuing Ph.D. degree from St. Peter's Institute of Higher Education and Research, Avadi, Chennai. He is working as Associate Professor and Head of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department, Prakasam Engineering College, Kandukur. The broad areas of research interests include Distribution Systems, Power Systems Operation & Control, Power System Protection, Power System Analysis and Power Quality Monitoring & Mitigation. He has more than 12 years of Teaching experience. He has authored 05 Research publications in International Journals. He presented papers in 03 numbers of National International conferences. Few papers were published in UGC Approved Journals and Scopus Indexed Journal. Mr. V. Hari Babu is an active member of Professional bodies like IAENG and ISTE.
SNO | NAME OF THE FACULTY | PAPER/BOOK TITLE | Events/Journals/ Publisher |
1 | V.Haribabu | ||
1.Space Vector PWM Based Power Quality Compensation of Multi-Functional Grid-Tied Inverters and Its Application in Micro-Grids | IJSEAT | ||
2.STATCOM Based Reduction of PQ Issues in MICRO GRID Application Systems | IJSEAT | ||
2 | D.Srilatha | ||
1.Controller Implementation for PV Interconnection Based Three-Phase UPS Systems Operating Under Highly Nonlinear Loads | IJSEAT | ||
2.Speed Controller of Induction Motor by using Sliding Mode Controller | IJSETR | ||
3.A New Single Phase Single Stage Three-Level Power Factor Corrector | IJRTS | ||
4.Analysis and Enhancement of Power System Stability Using Particle Swarm Optimization | IJRASET | ||
5.Simulation of Grid Connected Renewable Energy Sources with Power Quality Improvement Using Fuzzy Logic Controller | IJSETR | ||
3 | Sk.N Meeravali | ||
1.UPQC based Power Quality Control Technique in Grid Connected | IJRTS | ||
2.Fuzzy Based Back-Propagation Controlled DSTATCOM for Power Quality Improvement | IJSETR | ||
3.PSO-PI Based Shunt Active Power Filter for Harmonic Reduction In Domestic Non-Linear Loads | IJAEGT | ||
4.Comparative Evaluation of Optimum Power flow with and without FACTS devices by using Particle Swarm Optimization | IJERT | ||
4 | Sk.Meera Shareef | ||
1.A Bess STATCOM Based Control Scheme for Grid Connected Wind Energy System for Power Quality Improvement | IJEA | ||
2.Enhancements of Power Quality with Hybrid Fuzzy Logic Controlled Single-Phase PV Based Active Power Filter for Industrial Applications | IJSETR | ||
3.Reactive Power Compensatation And Harmonics Mitigation Using Multi Level Inverter Based D-Statcom With Flc Controller | IJASTEMS | ||
4.MITIGATION OF POWER QUALITY DISTURBANCES IN WIND TURBINE INTEGRATED POWER GRID BY STATCOM | IJESAT | ||
5.STATCOM BASED REDUCTION OF PQ ISSUES IN MICRO GRID APPLICATION SYSTEMS | IJESAT | ||
6.A Novel Grid Current Compensator for Grid-Connected Distributed Generation under Nonlinear Loads with Fuzzy | IJESAT | ||
7.Filter based Seven-Level Inverter using SOLAR Power Generation System | IJR | ||
8.Reactive Power Compensatation And Harmonics Mitigation Using Multi Level Inverter Based D-Statcom With Flc Controller | IJASTEMS | ||
9.Enhancements of Power Quality with Hybrid Fuzzy Logic Controlled Single-Phase PV Based Active Power Filter for Industrial Applications | IJSETR | ||
5 | P.Yedukondalu | ||
1.Mitigation of Power Quality Distrubances in wind turbine Integrated Power grid by STATCOM | IJESAT | ||
2.Realization of Modular Multi-Level Inverter Fed Wind System Applications to Various Load Conditions | IJMETMR | ||
3.Control of Reduced-Rating DVR with a Fuel Cell Based Energy Storage System | IJAEGT | ||
4.Power Quality Improvement in a Grid Connected Wind Energy System using DPQC | IJAEGT | ||
5.Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of a Dynamic Voltage Restorer with PI, Fuzzy & Neural Controllers under Different Fault Conditions | IJSETR | ||
6 | P.M. RUPA | ||
1.Single-Stage Active Power Factor CORRECTION with An AC-DC Converter For A DC Motor drive | RJET | ||
2.HCC Based Single-Stage PFC Half-Bridge Converter Driven PMBLDCM | IJRTS | ||
3.MIC Based Photovoltaic Integrated Grid Topology With Energy Buffer | IJRTS | ||
7 | K.Kranthi kumar | A Decisive Evaluation Of Hybrid Fuzzy Based STATCOM Control Scheme For Grid Connected Wind System | IJEEE |
8 | V.V.Narasimha Rao | Particle Swarm Optimization Based Power Flow Using FACTS Devices | IJTRD |
9 | K.Samba siva rao | Particle Swarm Optimization Based Power Flow Using FACTS Devices | IJTRD |
10 | M.Sireesha | Photovoltaic Power System With Battery Backup With Grid-Connection& Islanded Operation Capabilities | IJEEE |
11 | P.Omkar | Hybrid APF Based PQ Improvement In RES Integrated Grid System | IJRTS |
S.No | Date of Event | Event Description | Event Venue | Event Level | STUDENT NAME | AWARDS |
1 | 08-09-2018 | Painting | Nagarjuna University - Ongole | District | Shamjeela begum Sd | Participation |
2 | 25-02-2018 | Indian Engineering Olympiad | GATE FORUM | National | Shabana.Sk | All India 10 th Rank |
3 | 13-02-2018 | Online Quiz | Govt Of India | Online | K. Sushma | Participation |
4 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Shamjeela begum Sd | Participation |
5 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Sk Mobeena | Participation |
6 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | N. Soma Sandeep | Participation |
7 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Sk. Shabana | Participation |
8 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | D. Manogna | Participation |
9 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | D. Meghana | Participation |
10 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Sk. Sharmila | Participation |
11 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | V. Sai Kumar | Participation |
12 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | P. Karthik | Participation |
13 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | T. Venkata Rao | Participation |
14 | 03-02-2018 | Poster Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Sk Mobeena | Participation |
15 | 03-02-2018 | Project Expo | PACE - Ongole | National | K. Malakondala Rao | Participation |
15 | 03-02-2018 | Paper Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | K. Malakondala Rao | Participation |
16 | 03-02-2018 | Paper Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Sk. Shabana | Participation |
17 | 03-02-2018 | Paper Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | Shamjeela begum Sd | Participation |
18 | 03-02-2018 | Paper Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | T. Vinay Kumar | Participation |
19 | 03-02-2018 | Paper Presentation | PACE - Ongole | National | G. Satish | Participation |
20 | 03-02-2018 | Service Category | PACE - Ongole | State | V. Alluraiah | Participation |
ROLL NO | NAME OF THE STUDENT | PERCENTAGE | RANK |
14F91A0207 | ASHOK KUMAR CHERUKURI | 84.56 | 1 |
14F91A0258 | RASOOL VEEPANAGANDLA | 83.10 | 2 |
14F91A0235 | NAGARAJU ETIKALA | 81.04 | 3 |
ROLL NO | NAME OF THE STUDENT | PERCENTAGE | RANK |
13F91A0220 | HARIKRISHNA.M | 80.66 | 1 |
13F91A0223 | INDUSAI.T | 80.31 | 2 |
13F91A0216 | DHRUVITANANDA TADIPARTHI | 78.95 | 3 |
ROLL NO | NAME OF THE STUDENT | PERCENTAGE | RANK |
12F91A0202 | ALEKHYA. CH | 83.25 | 1 |
12F91A0203 | AMANI. K | 81.12 | 2 |
12F91A0234 | PRASANNA. G | 80.83 | 3 |
ROLL NO | NAME OF THE STUDENT | PERCENTAGE | RANK |
11F91A0250 | MANEESHA. S | 82.69 | 1 |
11F91A0259 | NAGAJYOTHI. G | 82.37 | 2 |
11F91A0274 | RAJESH. N | 81.76 | 3 |
ROLL NO | NAME OF THE STUDENT | PERCENTAGE | RANK |
10F91A0245 | PUJITHA.N | 83.49 | 1 |
10F91A0280 | UPPENDRA.N | 82.56 | 2 |
10F91A0259 | SASIKALA.B | 82.10 | 3 |
Kandukur, Prakasam District,
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