Civil Events

Events

Events conducted/organized by department of CIVIL in the Academic year 2019-20

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1Workshop on Planning Analysis and Design of Structures26.09.2019 to 28.09.20193 daysAll B.Tech –CIVIL StudentsMr.Sathish75
2Seminar on Practical aspects in civil Engineering
06.11.20201 dayII & III CIVIL Students
Mr.J. Adhithya Rao, CEO,FMAE Edu Tech Hyderabad37
3Project expo 201916.11.20191 dayAll B.Tech –CIVIL StudentsM.Rajkumar, Assistant Professor85
4Faculty Development Program on “Revit Architecture10.02.2020 to 12.02.20203 dayII B.Tech –CIVILMs. Kotha Kalyani, Trainer, ICT Academy23
5A Guest Lecture on “Awareness of GATE Examination”04.03.20201 dayIV B.Tech –CIVILMr. P. Ramjagdeesh, Managing Director of MVS Academy, Hyderabad55
6A Seminar on “ Sustainable Development”04.03.20201 dayII B.Tech –CIVILMr. M. Venkatesh , Asst.Prof jmtk,Karimnagar53
7Industrial Visit of “ Cable Suspension Bridge”05.03.20201 dayII B.Tech –CIVILMr. M. Venkatesh , Asst.Prof jmtk,Karimnagar48
8Workshop on ‘Auto CAD”06-03-2020 & 07-03-20202 daysAll B.Tech –CIVIL StudentsMs.Almira & Ms.Lavanya KPR Advanced Land Technologies, Hyderabad.45
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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

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