CSE Student Club

TECHSPARTANS – CSE DEPARTMENT CLUB

The aim of TECHSPARTANS is to propagate the research-oriented approach of learning to the students and inculcate them to ready for reality after the education. It has started to give an opportunity to the students for all-round development apart from their regular curriculum. It is a platform for the students to explore their talents and test their limits. Our department club addresses not only the priorities but also the implementation process aimed at achieving the goals within the priorities. Implementation requires the ideas and commitment of our student community with the help of our faculty.

Student Corner
Student Corner

The activities conducted by TECHSPARTANS till date:

After the launch of CSE students club,TECHSPARTANS, few activities were conducted.

  • ANDROID WORKSHOP was conducted by few final year students for II and III B.Tech students and it was a successful workshop. The participated students learned how actually apps were built and what are the requirements to build an app and also learned about the permissions that have to be taken!!
  • Seminars ware conducted on contemporary issues in the classrooms during zero hours.

CO-ORDINATORS OF CSE & IT CLUB

NAME HALLTICKET NO. ROLE CLASS
T.Rakesh 16271A0595 OVERALL CO-ORDINATOR IV-CSE-B
T.Keerthana 16271A0512 IV-CSE-A
H.Rohan 16271A0596 EXECUTIVE MEMBER IV-CSE-B
V.Deepak 16271A05C7 IV-CSE-C
P.Sai Ashish 17271A0534 CO-COORDINATOR III CSE- A
Y.Swathi 17271A05B4 III CSE-B
P.Pruthvikumar 17271A05E5 III CSE- C
A.Pravalika 16271A0526 ORGANIZING MEMBERS IV CSE-A
M.Sreekar 16271A0551 IV CSE-A
Thasmiya Siddiqa 16271A05A5 IV-CSE-B
G.Dharani 16271A0569 IV-CSE-B
K.Prathitha 16271A05E3 IV CSE-C
V.Sushmitha 16271A05G7 IV CSE-C
J.Deepthi 17271A0505 III CSE- A
CH.Ragamayi 17271A0526 III CSE- A
CH.Sowmya 17271A05A8 III CSE- B
P.Shamitha 17271A0597 III CSE- B
Maheshwari 17271A05D7 III CSE- C
Ajay 17271A05C1 III CSE- C
Ekta lahoti 18271A0512 II CSE- A
K.Shashikala 18271A0594 II CSE- B
CH.Sahithi 18271A05H8 II CSE- C

FACULTY ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

NAME ROLE CONTACT NUMBER
Dr.R.Jegadeesan( Assoc.Prof ,HOD) COORDINATOR 9894493746
Mrs.B.Uma Rani(Assist.Prof) COORDINATOR 9989125831
Mr. P.Balakishan(Assist. Prof) CO-COORDINATOR 9885055705
Mr.R.Venkateshwarlu(Assist. Prof) 9949674358
Ms. A.Ramya(Assist. Prof) MEMBER 9533666643

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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