Civil Faculty Profile

Sl. No. JNTUH Faculty Registration Number Name of the Faculty Member Designation Highest Qualification Department Photograph
1 1419-191108-145435 Dr. R.RAJESH GUNA Professor & HoD M.E., Ph.D. Civil Engineering RAJESH-GUNA
2 0581-160306-060305 Ms. KURRA BHAGYA Assistant Professor M.Tech Civil Engineering K.BHAGYA
3 15150406-124546 Mr. MAMIDALA RAJKUMAR Assistant Professor MTECH Civil Engineering M.RAJKUMAR
4 0642-170522-153742 Mr. SAYYAD MUSTHAQ AHMED Assistant Professor M.Tech Civil Engineering SYED-MUSTAQ
5 2826-170522-152639 Mr. KONDA PRADEEP Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering K.PRADEEP
6 1284-180706-102800 Mr. AGURLA RAJU Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering A-RAJU
7 4026-180706-101710 Mr. MAMINDLA SATISH GOUD Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering M-SATHISH-GOUD
8 0110-191106-161717 Ms. ZEBA ARSHIA Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering ZEBA-ARSHIA
9 4314-181108-132026 Mr. MUSKE SAI KRISHNA Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering M.-SAIKRISHNA
10 2340-210323-124739 Mrs. G. RAMYA Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering M.-SAIKRISHNA
11 5706-190826-165540 Ms. G. RAMA Assistant Professor M.TECH Civil Engineering M.-SAIKRISHNA
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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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