Alumni Committee

ALUMNI COMMITTEE

Alumni Committee is being formed at the College Level comprising the following members:

S.No NAME DEPT & Designation Role Email ID
1 Dr.G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao ME-Principal Coordinator principal@jits.ac.in
2 Mr. J. Laxmi Raja Shekar MBA-Assoc.Prof. Member janamanchil@gmail.com
3 Mrs. K. Radhika Reddy ECE-HOD Member radhikakondam@gmail.com
4 Mr. S. Gopal Reddy EEE-Assoc.Prof. Member sanepallereddy2013@gmail.com
5 Mr. Ch. Sajan Rao EEE-Assoc.Prof. Member sajan4315@gmail.com
6 Mr.M.Srinivas EEE-Asst.Prof. Member srinivas0240@gmail.com
7 Dr.D. Srinivas CSE-Asst.Prof. Member srinivasdava84@gmail.com
8 Mr. R. Satya Teja CSE-Asst.Prof. Member satyaspeaks2u@gmail.com
9 Mr. M. Ravikanth MBA-Asst.Prof. Member ravikanthmittapalli@gmail.com
10 Mr. R. Chandraiah MBA-Asst.Prof. Member chandurapolu027@gamil.com
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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