CIVIL Student Club

SEA- SHILANYAS ENGINEER’S ASSOCIATION (CIVIL DEPARTMENT CLUB)

AGENDA :

  • To create an atmosphere where the students can put their innovative efforts into action and transform them into reality.
  • To advance the education and social development of its members and students of the department as a whole.

OBJECTIVES :

  • To represent the interests of its members and act as a channel of communication in dealing with the college and other external Technical, Social & Cultural Associations.
  • To create a rostrum for students where they can excel themselves by forming various student clubs.

STRUCTURE:

The Structure of SHILANYAS ENGINEER’S ASSOCIATION …….

  • Technical club
  • Sports club
  • Cultural club
  • Personality Development club
  • Social and Awareness club

NIRMAAN CLUB:

NIRMAAN CLUB

NECESSITY :

  • As pursuing the knowledge has become a business in todays life,it is essential to establish a club where the knowledge or Information can be shared and enhanced.
  • It will be like a candle spreading the light of knowledge in a dark room.

OBJECTIVES :

  • To develop and encourage the students talents and creativity by conducting Seminars and Workshops etc.,
  • To indulge the students in live projects
  • To conduct Industrial trips.

Outcomes of NIRMAAN:

  • Enhanced technical skills.
  • Complete knowledge over a technical issue in Civil Engineering.
  • Boundaries of knowledge gets eliminated.
  • Spoon feeding gets exhausted.

CLUB COORDINATORS

1 MD. ALEEMUDDIN 15271A0104
2 V. NAVEEN KUMAR 16275A0108
3 A. BHAVITHA 15271A0109
4 S. RAKESH 15271A0130
5 MANNAN TAWAKKAL 15271A0119
6 V. SUCHARITHA BAI 16275A0106
7 B. PRIYANKA 16275A0103
8 SOHAIL AHMED 15271A0147
9 D. HIMASREE 15271A0114
10 M. SHREYA REDDY 15271A0144
11 N. SHRAVANI 15271A0143
12 K. SAI SREE 15271A0140
13 KHAJA JAZA 15271A0116
14 MD. AZIZ 15271A0102
15 NAGARAVALI 16275A0105
16 ZIA UR RAHEMAN 15271A0126
17 J. MANASA 16275A0102

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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