ECE – Faculty Profiles

Sl. No. Registration Id Name of the Staff Member Designation Highest Qualification Photograph
1 9531-181025-122843 Dr. AGARALA SUBBARAMI REDDY Professor & HoD M.Tech., Ph.D. A-Subbarami-Reddy
2 82150407-194105 Dr. KALAKUNTLA VENUGOPAL RAO Associate Professor M.Tech., Ph.D. K.VENUGOPAL
3 3286-171227-145359 Dr. NAGAPPAN UMAPATHI Associate Professor M.E., Ph.D. N-UMAPATHI
4 5025-180201-191319 Dr. GANESAN KARTHICK Associate Professor M.E., Ph.D. GANESAN-KARTHICK
5 5872-150412-135237 Mrs. KONDAM RADHIKA Associate Professor M.Tech.,(Ph.D) K.RADHIKA-REDDY
6 8565-150412-123858 Mr. DASARI MAHESH KUMAR Associate Professor M.TECH D.MAHESH-KUMAR
7 1898-150411-142402 Mr. MOTHE SATHISH Associate Professor M.TECH M.SATHISH
8 4746-150412-125234 Mr. RACHAMALLA SRINIVAS Assistant Professor M.TECH R.SRINIVAS
9 3082-150411-141317 Mrs. DOOSA PUSHPALATHA Assistant Professor M.TECH D.PUSHPALATH
10 3909-150420-114039 Mr. BURRA RAJU Assistant Professor M.TECH B.RAJU
11 9289-150412-145410 Mr. NUTHI RAJU Assistant Professor M.TECH NUTHI-RAJU
12 3021-150410-120819 Mr. SAMALA SUDHAKAR Assistant Professor M.TECH S.SUDHAKAR
13 5354-150412-153741 Mr. JITTY RAMESH Assistant Professor M.TECH J.RAMESH
14 6551-150418-135124 Mr. MEERJA KURSHITH BEIG Assistant Professor M.TECH KURSHITH-BEIG
15 6023-150412-141352 Mr. SHAMANTHULA MANOJ Assistant Professor M.TECH S.MANOJ
16 4170-150416-123503 Mr. DONTULA SHIVA KUMAR Assistant Professor M.TECH D.SHIVA-KUMAR
17 1099-150415-155030 Mr. CHALLURI NARESH Assistant Professor M.TECH CH.NARESH
18 4855-150415-160343 Mr. KURRA SAMPATH Assistant Professor M.TECH KURRA-SAMPATH
19 4788-160306-070354 Ms. MUNAVATH VANITHA Assistant Professor M.TECH M.VANITHA
20 7550-160306-012608 Mr. CHINTHALA VINAI KUMAR Assistant Professor M.TECH CH.VINAI-KUMAR
21 3719-160106-100227 Ms. GURRAM SRAVANTHI Assistant Professor M.TECH G.SRAVANTHI
22 0940-150417-175836 Ms. SILIVERI PADMA Assistant Professor M.TECH S-PADMA
23 4652-150421-231626 Ms. KAYITHI THEJA VANI Assistant Professor M.TECH K.TEJAVANI
24 3654-170128-113034 Ms. KAYYAM SINDHUJA Assistant Professor M.TECH K.SINDUJA
25 5231-170127-110314 Ms. THOTA AKHILA Assistant Professor M.TECH T.AKHILA
26 5795-170127-111807 Ms. RAPARTHI SHILPA Assistant Professor M.TECH R.SHILPA
27 7926-170126-120917 Mr. AMMIGALLA RAJU Assistant Professor M.TECH A.RAJU_.jpg
28 0497-170915-094140 Mr. CHANDABOINA PAVAN KUMAR Assistant Professor M.TECH CH.PAVAN-KUMAR
29 8146-170918-144526 Ms. BANDI SAMPOORNA Assistant Professor M.TECH B.SAMPOORNA
30 2953-150415-175006 Mr. KAPARABOGINA SRINIVAS Assistant Professor M.TECH K.SRINIVAS
31 1449-170126-104252 Mr. PANTHANGI SAIKRISHNA Assistant Professor M.TECH P.SAIKRISHNA
32 6236-190722-191421 Ms. VARUKOLU ANJALI Assistant Professor M.TECH V-ANJALI
33 9881-160306-233642 Mr. BOORTHULA KIRAN Assistant Professor M.TECH B.KIRAN
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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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