Vision To evolve into and sustain as a Centre of excellence in technological education and Research with a holistic approach Mission To produce high quality engineering graduates with the requisite theoretical and practical knowledge and social awareness to be able to contribute effectively to the progress of the society through their chosen field of endeavour To undertake research & Development, and extension activities in the fields of Science and engineering in areas of relevance for immediate application as well as for strengthening or establishing fundamental knowledge
Genesis & Growth The Gayatri Vidya Parishad Society was founded by eminent educationists, academicians, industrialists and those with a touch of human values to empower the young generation with a high quality technical education. The main objective of the society is to impart quality education as well facilitate value based career to the blooming engineers of future generation. Professor B. Sarveswara Rao, the nonagenarian and a former ViceChancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna University and a renowned economist was the founder President and Dr. B.Swami, octogenarian the present President is also a former vice-chancellor, Acharya Nagarjuna University renowned Physician in the City, who still out of his enthusiasm is serving the people of all strata in the city with a human touch. He was also the member of Medical Council of India, under their guidance and mentorship of these stalwarts Parishad with its strong roots has spread its branches into various fields of Science, Engineering, Philosophized Human values. The President is well supported by Sri V.Seetharamaiah, of prestigious M/s. Brahmayya & Co. and Sri A.S.N. Prasad a Mechanical Engineer by qualification, an Industrialist and a philanthropist as the two Vice-Presidents and the Secretary, Prof. P. SomaRaju an eminent Mathematician in Visakhapatnam.The super structure of the Parishad is ably supported by the committed, devoted academicians like Prof. P.V. Sarma, Sri D. Dakshina Murty, Dr. P. Rajag ana path i, Sri D.V.S.Kameswara Rao, are the founder members and many more. The Engineering education by the GVP Society was first initiated by establishing an Engineering College in the year 1996 with the divine blessings of Sadguru Sri K. Sivananda Murthy garu. Prof. PS. Rao, former Professor & Dean of Industrial Consultancy and Sponsored Research, NT Madras,- a renowned Structural Engineering consultant in the country-was thefounder Principal and it is initially started with four different branches in B.Tech program with an initial intake of 200. Now the college is functioning with 7 different branches in B.Tech program and 7 PG (6 M.Tech + MCA) programs with a total intake of 858 students.
Sri Sadguru Sivananda Murthy garu laying the foundation stone
Sri. D.V. Subba Rao, M.L. Chairman, GVP
Late Prof. B. Sarveswara Rao Founder Chairman, Gayatri Vidya Parishad
Prof. P. Soma Raju, M.A., Ph.D. Secretary, Gayatri Vidya Parishad
Sri V.Seetharamaiah Vice- President, GVP Sri A.S.N. Prasad Vice-President, GVP
List of Members of the Governing Body
1. Sri. D.V. Subba Rao, M.L. Chairman Former President, Bar Council of India, President, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 2. Dr. B.Swami, Member Gayatri Vidya Parishad 3. Sri V. Seetharamaiah, CA Chartered Accountant, Brahmaiah & Co; Member, Executive Council, AU Vice-President, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 4. Sri A.S.N. Prasad, B.E., M.I.E. Director,Sri Rama Corporation; Member, Srinivasa Vidya Parishad; Secretary, Institute of Development & Planning Studies, Visa khapatnam; Vice-President, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 5. Prof. P. Srinivasa Rao, (Academician) B.Tech. (Hons), M.Tech., Dr.lng (Munich) Advisor (Tech. Edn. and R&D), GVP Formerly Professor of Civil Engineering, Dean of Industrial Consultancy, I IT Madras, Dean of Academic Courses, NT Madras 6. Prof. P. Soma Raju, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics and Secretary, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 7. Sri V.R.K.S. Siva Prasad, C.A. Chartered Accountant and Treasurer, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 8. Prof. A.B.K.Rao, Ph.D. (Principal Nominee) Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg., G.V.P. Col lege of Engineering 9. Prof.P.Veerabhadra Rao (Principal Nominee) Professor, Dept. of Civil Engg., GVP College of Engineering 10. Dr. Shakeel Ahmad, Ph.D.(UGC Nominee) Deputy Secretary, UGC, New Delhi) 11. Dr. V. Ravindra. (Register JNTU) Professor, University College of Engineering, JNT University-Ka kinada 12. Rajasekhar Reddy, Ph.D. (Govt. Nominee) Secretary, A.P.State Council of Higher Education
13. Prof. N.S.V.V.SJ. Gandhi, Ph.D. Formerly Principal, JNTU College of Engineering, Kakinada Principal, GVP College of Engineering 14. Prof. P.V.C. Sarma, Ph.D.(TCHBS) Formerly Professor of Physio, Nominee of Teachers’ Co-operative House Building Society,Visakhapatnam 15. Prof.R.V.Subba Raju, Ph.D.(TCHBS) Formerly Professor of Chemical Engineering, Nominee of Teachers’ Co-operative House Building Society, Visakhapatnam 16. Sri D. Dakshina Murthy, M.Sc. Coordinator,Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree & PG Courses & Member, Gayatri Vidya Parishad 17. Dr. P. Rajaganapathi, M.Sc, Ph.D. Former Principal,Govt. Degree College, Principal,Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree & PG Courses & Joint-Secretary, Gayatri Vidya Parishad. 18. Dr. B. Subba Rao, M.S., M.Ch. (Neuro Surgery) Director, MIMS,Vizianagaram, Former Professor of Neuro Surgery, AMC Vice-Principal, AMC, Additional Director of Health Services, Govt, of Andhra Pradesh. 19. Sri D.V.S. Kameswara Rao, B.E. VicePresident, Gayatri Engineering Works, Member, Gayatri Vidya Parishad. 20. Prof. A. Prasanna Kumar, Ph.D. Former Rector, Andhra University; Director, Centre for Policy Studies 21. Prof. P.V. Sarma, MA, Ph.D. Former Professor of Economics and Co-ordinator, School of Economics, Andhra University, Director R&D, GVP & Member, Gayatri Vidya Parishad. 22. Prof. V.S.R.K. Prasad, B.Tech., M.Tech., Ph.D. Principal, ANITS, Visakhapatnam; Former Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engg., AU College of Engg., Member, Gayatri Vidya Parishad.
Heads of the Department
Prof. Dr. P. Srinivasa Rao B.Tech (hons)., M.Tech., Dr.Ing.(Munich), FNAE Advisor (Technical Education and R&D) Gayatri Vidya Parished
Prof. Dr. N.S.V.V.S J. Gandhi M.Tech, Ph.D. Principal
Faculty Details Total Faculty Strength • Professors • Associate Professors • Assistant Professors • Professor Emeritus • Guest faculty
: : : : : :
213 42 40 119 7 5
Qualification-wise • Ph.D. • P.G. • U.G.
: 47 : 137 : 17
Staff Details • Technical Staff • Other Supporting Staff
: 52 : 96
Prof. Dr. B. Srinivas M.Tech, Ph.D.
Prof. M. Srinivasa Rao M.Tech.,Ph.D
Computer Science & Engineering
Dr. V. Seshagiri Rao M.S.,Ph.D.(Univ. of Virginia)
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Dr. K. Narasimha Rao M.E., Ph.D.
Electronics & Communica- Dr. N. Bala Subramanyam tion Engineering B. E, M. E, Ph. D, MISTE, MIETE Information Technology Prof. Dr. K. B. Madhuri M.Sc.Engg.,M,Tech., Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Prof. Dr. B. Govinda Rao B.E.,MTech.,Ph.D. MCA Sri G.S.Mallikarjuna Rao B.E., M.Tech. Chemistry Prof. Dr. R. Rambabu M.Sc., Ph.D Physics Prof. Dr. Y.V.P.K. Raghava M.Sc.,Ph.D Dr. R.V.G. Ravi Kumar Mathematics M.Sc, Ph.D English
Dr. J. Ravindranadh M.A. M.Phil., Ph.D
Dr. P. VenkataRao M.com.,M.B.A.,Ph.D
Physical Education Dept.
Sri S.S.V. Jagannadharao M.P.Ed. M.Phil.
Our Credentia ls
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Proposed Pattern Under Autonomous Status (Subject to approval) •
Sem este r system fro m t h e fl rst year
The curriculum In the first and second semester shall be common fix all the B.Tech. programme* except for one Depa rtnwnta I opti oa
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Courses & Intake PROGRAMME UNDER GRADUATE
Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Electrical & Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Engineering POST GRADUATE M.TECH
60 120 120 120 180 90 120
Chemical Engineering 18 Computer Science& Engineering 18 Power System Control & Automation 18 CAD/CAM 18 Infrastructure Engineering & Management (Civil) 18 Software Engineering (IT) 18 M.C.A Communication and signal proccessing VLST and enbeddid system Software Engineering
60 18 18 18
Infrastructure Area of the campus No. of Class Rooms No. of Laboratories No. of Drawing Halls A/c Auditorium (450 seating capacity) No. of Seminar Halls No. of Committee Rooms
20.02 Acres 56 46 02 01 04 02
Library TITLES VOLUMES NATIONAL JOURNALS INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS ONLINE JOURNALS: lEL(IEEE) 241 Springer link Engineering Data Unit
Internet Facility 10Mbps (OFC Leased line)and WiFi to meet the requirement of administration, academic, examinations, Library and Placement centre two wireless broad-band connections as standby
Canteen Modern and Hygienic cooking with dining capacity of 250
Hostels Boys Hostel for 350 Girls Hostel for 350 Communications 200 Line capacity EPABX with 5 P&T connections 17 Independent P&T Lines 3 Fax Machines Power Supply Dedicated HT Line One 250 KVA Generator Transport 14 Buses 1 Mini Bus 4 Cars Other Amenities LADIES Waiting Rooms Stationery Stores Fast Food Center Xerox Center PCO Post Office Bank, ATM Health Centre Lift
Sports Facilities Gymnasium is open from 6.00 a.m.to 8.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. in the evening Out-door Games (for boys and girls) Play grounds for Athletics and Cricket Cricket Net practice Wickets - 1 No. Volleyball courts - 2 Nos. Throw ball courts - 2 Nos. Tenni-coit court - 1 No. Ball badminton court - 1 No. Basketball court-1 No. Tennis courts (clay) - 2 Nos. Shuttle courts (outdoor) - 1 No. Indoor Games (for boys and girls) 12 Station Multi-gymnasium 4 Station Multi-gymnasium Individual Weight training equipment Table Tennis - 3 Boards
Student Performance Results (Pass%) Branch Chemical CSE EEE Mechanical Civil IT ECE
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 92 91 93 82 98 93 92 78 86 76 85 87 80 93 95 90 88 92 76 81 78 78 81 81 91 90 82 88 86 83 82 89 94 88 91 91 91 91 91 87 78 84 83 95 89 89 78 69 93 100 90 90 95 75 88 97 88 88 92 80 80 79 89 95 89 95 62 74 71 78 72 80 91 88
Gate Ranks ( All-India) Branch CHEMICAL CIVIL CSE ECE EEE IT MECHANICAL
2003 27th 68th 26th 4th -
2004 70th 78th 237th 261th 2th 103 rd -
2005 19th 223 rd 95th 51st 49th
Year 2006 17th 183 rd 236th 22th 118th 325th 49th
2007 5th 306th 226th 91st 173 rd
2008 20th 322th 398th 50th 20th 160th 399th
2009 3 rd 341st 484th 471th 12th 168th
2010 257th 294th 51th 70th 524th 158th
2011 279th 57th 537th 46th 45th 888th
Some Student Achievements In 2007 one student of CSE is awarded a GOLD Medal byTCS to the Best Outgoing Student of all the IT • and CSE students of the College. • In 2005,Civil and Mechanical Students secured 1st RANKS in the University and were also given a GOLD Medal • For 3 consecutive years Civil Engineering students stood FIRST INTHEUNIVERSITYand got GOLD Medals Univerity Ranks Year Discipline 2002 Chemical Engineering 2003 Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering 2004 Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Chemical Engineering 2005 Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering 2006 Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering 2008 Civil Engineering 2009 Civil & Chemical Engineering 2010 2011
University Ranks 1st & 8th 1st 2 nd 1st 1st 3 rd 1st 1st 2nd,4th,5th,7th&10th 9th 1st 1st
pecial Recognitions for Students International Conference in Spain 12 Young Scientist in NSc /NT 08 In-house Projects at GE, B’lore 02* Internship at Yahoo! R&D 13 In-house Projects atTCS 20 08 In-house Projects at Solivar Model presentation 13 Microsoft Project Competition countrywide (25/950) *Offered job after completion of project and course
Incentives (To Students) • • • • • •
Gold Medals to Toppers in each Branch Financial assistance for attending conferences in India & Abroad Scholarships on Merit cum Means basis Earn while you Learn’ (SAHAKARA) Scheme Free Transport beyond working hours for Sports, Library and Extra curricular activities Free Medical consultancy
No. of Companies visited
2011-12 (till date) 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07
4 32 32 17 31 24
521 597 290 268 398 382
Average Salary per Annum Rs. In Lakhs 4.16 3.21 2.45 2.23 2.70 2.30
Highest Salary per annum Rs. In lakhs 6.00 4.68 4.30 6.80 6.00 3.30
Extra & Co - curricular Activities Growth Opportunities: • • • • • • •
Professional Bodies of students (ISTE, IEEE, IIChE, ASME, ISHRAEJETE) Department Associations for students Organization of National Level Seminars Student News Letter “GVP TIMES” Student Journal “Electro Zoom” (ECE) Student Journal “PICSEL”(CSE) Alumni Contacts
Achievements • Ms. D. Shyamili won the 2nd prize at All India Level Essay Writing Event - 2010 conducted by Shri Ram Chandra Mission. Ms. Pratima Grandhi of Mechanical Engineering is also awarded a prize in the same competition. • Ms. Ch. Padma Priya of CSE and Ms. I. Archana of IT are awarded Meritorious Student Awards for 2009-10 by the Computer Society of India. A National Level Technical Symposium, EKATHRA is organized on 18th and 19th February, 2011 which is inaugurated by Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor of JNT University-Kakinada. Nearly 4000 students participated in this Technical Symposium from different parts of the country. Innovative Displays like Solar Hut and Beach Cleaning Vehicle are arranged during these days. A cultural day was organized on the last day of programme for which cine artiste Sri Kota Srinivasa Rao was the Chief Guest. • Ms. Sadasivuni Sudha Tushara (B.Tech. V Sem.) published an article "Training of Technical Teachers needed" in Current Science, Vol.101, No.5, 10 Sep. 2011. • Sri P. Rama Narasimhachari, B.Tech. (Civil) final year and Ms. S.V. Sirisha, B.Tech. (EEE), final year have been selected for Best Essay Award by the Institution of Engineers (India), Visakhapatnam Local Centre.
Sports Activities • • • •
23 students got selected for University Teams during 2003-2009 Coaching Camps conducted for students every year in Sports and Yoga College Throwball (w) team emerged winners in five out of the five tournaments participated during the year 2008-09 Intramural sports competitions are conducted every year on the occasions of Republic Day, Freshers’ Day and Annual Day celebrations.
Sports Achievements Name/Team Mr.M. Ganesh Murali
Event Represented JNTU in All India South Zone Inter – University Shuttle Badminton Mr. V. Gopi Ranganadh Represented the A.P. Jr. Nationals & Mr. K. Zafar Reza basketball Ms. B. Praveena Chowdary Participated in International throwball International throwball player competition at Singapore and Srilanka Ms. N. Aashrita Represented India in the 8th world Roller Hockey Championships held in south America Ms. P. Samatha Represented A.P. in the South Zone Cicket Championship for Women Cricket team Interollegate Cricket Championship Mr. M. Ganesh Murali 30th Jr. Nationals Shuttle Badminton Championship Social Activities • • • • •
Blood donation Camps Water testing in the neighbouring villages of GVPCOE Plantation for environmental protection Interaction with rural public for social upliftment Service to children in blind school
Year Recognition 2008 Silver Medal 2007 Championship 2006 Represented India Conferred an Hon. Doctorate in sports by AIM-Westbrook University, USA 2006 Champions 2006 Runners –up 2005 6th place
Distiinguished Visitors • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan, IAS, Member of AP Legislative Assembly. Prof. A.K. Bhatnagar, Prof. S. Chandrasekhar Chair of Physics, University of Hyderabad and former Vice-Chancellor of Pondicherry University Dr. J. Narayana Das, Chief Controller, R&D, Naval Systems, DRDO Prof. H.P. Khincha, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, IISc, Bangalore and former Vice-Chancellor, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum Padmasri Dr. A. SIVATHANU PILLAI, Distinguished Scientist & Chief Controller ( R & D), DRDO and CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace Prof. Krishna Vedula, Dean Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA. Padmasri Prof. B.L. Deekshitulu, Eminent scientist and former Director of National Remote Sensing Agency (4.10.2004) Padmasri Dr.P.V.Suryanarayana Rao, Advisor to Tata Infotech (15.12.2005) Padmasri Dr.Kota Harinarayana, Rajaramanna Fellow, National Aeronautics Laboratory and former Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad (26.12.2005) Padmasri Dr.A.Sivathanu Pillai,Distinguished Scientists Chief Controller (R&D), DRDO and CEO, BRAHMOS Aerospace Ltd. (6.1.2006) Sri P.K. Nazarath, Ambassador of India (Retd.) (17.3.2007) Dr. E. Balaguru Swamy, Member, UPSC (22.12.2007) Prof. U.R. Rao, Former Chairman, ISRO (3.1.2008) Dr.T. Hanuman Chowdary, Former IT Advisor, AP Govt. (4.1.08) Dr. Sam Pitroda, Chairman, Knowledge Commission (16.1.2008) Dr. T.N. Seshan, former CEC (17.11.2007) Dr. Hann, German Consul General Dr. A.Ramakrishna,former Dy.Managing Director, L&TLtd. (16.12.2008) Prof. V. Lakshmikantham, Chairman, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL. USA Prof. FIRDAUS E. UDWADIA, Professor of Aerospace & Mechanical Engg., Civil Engg., Mathematics,and Systems Architecture Engg., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California (USA) Prof. J.N. Reddy, holder of the Oscar S.Wyatt Endowed Chair in the Dept of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station,Texas Dr. Roger M. Marshall, Professor & Chair, Department of Computer Science & Information Technology, Plymoth State University, Plymoth NH 03264. Padma Vibhushan Dr. C.R. Rao, FRS,MN AS(USA), one of this century foremost statisticians, Director of the Center for Multivariate Analysis at Penn State University Prof. Chris P.Tsokos, University of South Florida Dr. Randall L.AIford, Associate Provost, Graduate School & International Programs, Florida lnstt.OfTech.,USA. Mr. Holzer Berg, Lufthansa Technical Training Project Coordinator
Research - Activites GVP – Prof. V. Lakshmikantham Institute for Advanced Studies The GVP – Prof. V. Lakshmikantham Institute for Advanced Studies is the brain child of Prof. V. Lakshmikantham and the management of Gayatri Vidya Parishad to develop an International research centre for nonlinear studies, including mathematical sciences which will generate original research work coupled with scholarly activities. It has two permanent members Prof. E.E. Esculutra and Dr. J. Vasundhara Devi. The institute has two research monographs an edited volume and more than 10 research publications to its credit. Under it’s aegis an International Conference on “Recent Advances in Mathematical Sciences and Applications” from 19-22 Dec., 2009. More than 10 international scientists are expected to give keynote lectures in this conference. GVP – Prof.Pilaka Murthy Mechanical Engineering Design and Development of Seaworthy Dinghy Boat using Bamboo and Palm Fibres: Prof. Pilaka Murthy of Mechanical Engineering, a group of students from G.V.P. College of Engineering and Sri Hariharan of Agro-Biogenics (Clean-Tech) Pvt. Ltd. are involved in this project. Total cost of this project is Rs.10.00 lakhs and duration is one year. The sea worthiness of the boat is tested in public and before the local press. Nano- Science and Technology Centre for Nano-Science and Technology: The center for Nano-Science and Technology is started in April 2011 with the objective of conducting studies on materials with micro and nano structures. To start with a thermal vacuum evaporation unit model 12A4D has been procured which is powerful enough to make thin films of selected materials on selected substrates.Total amount spent on this project so far:Rs.4.50 lakhs (approx.) ISERVE ( Earch Quacke) Dr. P. Murali Krishna, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics is invited to visit International Centre for Materials Science, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore for a period of three months to carry out collaborative research under the short term visitors' programme. He is permitted by the College to visit the Centre during June-Aug., 2012. Papers Published by Faculty International Journals National Journals National/International Conferences
63 15 147
Funding for research & Development projects
Funding Department Agency Training & Placement AICTE Civil AICTE GVP-LIAS DST Mechanical AICTE ECE AICTE ECE AICTE Mechanical AICTE Mechanical AICTE Chemical AICTE Chemical AICTE Chemical GVPCE EEE GVPCE Civil GVPCE CSE AICTE Mechanical DRDO College AICTE Mechanical AICTE Civil NSTL, DRDO
Title of the Project Entrepreneur Development Cell Modernisation of Geotechnical Engg. Lab with Rock A qualitative study of Set Differential Equations Involving causal Operators with Memory Modernidsation of CAD/CAM and Robotics lab with industry Relavant Mechatronics Modernisation of Embedded Systems Lab” Development of new algorithms for improving the power efficiency through Optimization of Gates in VLSI Development of A Pkm Based Machine Tool” Improving weld bead characteristics pulsed GMA welding using Automated Arc Rotation Mechanism Application of Bootstrap Technique to Regression problems-Analysis of Catalytic Rate Models” Modernisation of process control Lab Application of Bootstrap Technique to Regression problems-Analysis of Catalytic Rate Models”**Additional Grant Prototype Model of Thyristor controlled Series Capacitor Corrosion Resistance Performance of Fly Ash Blended Concrete
Scheme Amount in LakhsRs. EDC 8.00 MODROBS 3.65 WOS-A 9.82 MODROBS 8.50 MODROBS 7.50 RPS 10.00 RPS 9.00 RPS 10.00 RPS 9.20 MODROBS 13.00 RPS 1.60 ** RPS 0.67 RPS 1.45 RPS 5.10 Research 4.97 IIPC 5.50 MODROBS 10.00 Underwater turbulence 9.98 Research Project
Inculcating Value System GVP Centre for the Study of Human and Spiritual Values To inculcate moral ethical and spiritual values an Institute the” GVP Centre for the Study of Human and Spiritual Values” has been established. •
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Towards developing ethical and human values along with social awareness lectures by spiritual personalities like Sadguru Sri K. Sivananda Murthy garu, Sri Chaganti Koteswara Rao garu and eminent personalities like Dr. Jayaprakash Narayana, IAS, Prof. A. Prasanna Kumar.are arranged for students. A Lecture on "Technology in Spirituality" by Art of Living is organized on 2.2.2011. Talkon values of Education by BrahmasriChagantiKoteswaraRao garu Dr. Garikapati Narasimha Rao, a well-known sathavadhani on parental relations Introductory talkon Art of Living Avadhana Saraswati Dr.Madugula Nagaphani Sarma on ethics in social life A Legal awareness Campaign on Prohibition of Ragging by District Legal Services Authority, Visakhapatnam Talk by Prof. Srikanth Anandji of Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence, Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad Address by SriT.N.Seshan, 10th Chief Election Commissioner of India Talk by Ms.Sunithaji of Oneness University Address by Dr.Sam Pitroda on achievement and success in life Prof.G.D.V.D.Prasad of SarvodayalnternationalTrustdelivered a lecture on”GandhianPhylosophy”
Consultancy Activity Some of our Valued Clientele • M/s Construma Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Bombay • TirumalaTirupati Devasthanams,Tirupati • L &T Limited • Sri Balaji Medical Educational Trust, Orissa • APTRANSCO, Hyderabad • M/s Coromandel Fertilizers Limited, Visakhapatnam • M/s NALCO, Dhamanjodi, Orissa • HPCL, Visakhapatnam • M/s. Navayuga Engineering Corporation, Visakhapatnam • M/s I2T2 • Andhra Cricket Association, VDCA, Visakhapatnam • Dredging Corporation of India, Visakhapatnam • Sri Vathsa Power Projects, Razole • Ship Building Centre, Visakhapatnam • M/s Gayatri Projects Ltd., Dhamanjodi • M/s Utkal Alumina International Ltd., Rayagada Orissa • M/s.HCC,Rajahmundry • M/s. NSTL, Visakhapatnam • Greater Visakha Municipal Corporation National Highway Authority of India • Vijay Nirman Company • Indo-German Institute of Advanced Technology
Best Practices • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Downloaded free online lessons by NPTEL and Foreign Universities transmitted to students through lectures. Students of Senior Classes will guide their juniors by taking classes. Students are encouraged for group discussion Juniors are involved in senior’s projects. If it is a lengthy project, then the juniors will Continue the same for their project. Students are associated with consultancy projects for real-time experience Students developed On-line feed-back Software. Also,administrate data management as their final year projects and the college is utilizing the same. Open-book examinations and advance assignments for tutorial classes Industry visits with prior introduction Curriculum & Syllabi updated periodically(Latest 2008-09) by JNTU. Regulated academic schedule made available to the students with syllabus and time-tables in the beginning of the Semester. OHP,LCD based Lectures/Tutorials Tutorial System built-in curriculum Remedial classes for slow learners Assignments to students for practice and thoroughness Departmental Libraries to reduce pressure on central library and facilitate ready interaction between teacher and student. Hardware and field projects encouraged through financial support Classes made into batches of not more than 30 effective tutorials Class Committees meet to take feedback and pass on the information to the concerned faculty/HOD. Special attention for students with other than English medium background in first year. Information to parents of irregular and low-performing students about the progress and lapses. Internal marks displayed on notice boards after reconciliation by students. Teacher evaluation is done twice in a semester-one at mid-semester and other at end. Self appraisals of faculty once in a year. Discussion on student feedback by HODs with individual faculty. Self-appraisals to the notice of the principal with the comments of the HOD for review.
Opinions of 3 Vice - Chancellors of Erstwhile JNTU
Dr.K.RajaGopal Vice-Chancellor JNTU I am thrilled to see GVP College of Engg, definitely a role model of Engg.Colleges. I wish that this college Progresses to become a deemed University Status soon.
Prof.P.Dayaratnam (VC at the time of establishment of the College) The rate of growth of the College in academic, physical and infrastructure facilities is commendable. The sustained commitment of then management, the devotion of the teachers and staff and high motivation of the students towards engineering education will take the college to greater heights. Prof.Y.Venkatarami Reddy On the occasion of Decennial Celebration (VC Who Sanctioned PG programs) It is indeed laudable that the college is imparting valuable education on non-profit lines in these days of pure commercialization. It is a fitting tribute to your untiring efforts in various spheres of engineering edifies. I wish that you will strive to maintain the noble values in the yeoman services conforming to the noble values with which the society has been established.
Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree & PG Courses (An Autonomous College Accredited by NAACwith B++) Gayatri Vidya Parishad Junior College Indo-German Institute of Advanced Technology Centre for Policy Studies Centre for the Study of Gandhian Philosophy and Human Development GVP-Lakshmikantham Institute of Advanced Studies GVP-MLBT High School GVP College of Engineering for Women GVP Centre for the Study of Human and Spiritual