EXAM BRANCH

The Exam Branch was started functioning from the inception of the college i.e., in 1997. College Examination branch is being headed by D. Mahesh Kumar as Office in charge examinations. The main focus of the branch is to run the academics smoothly by conducting internal examinations in-time and keeping a great effort in conducting the university examinations effectively.

Role & Responsibilities:
To oversee the smooth conduct of J.N.T. University & Mid Exams of their respective Sub-Committee Programmes.
To assist in the preparation and distribution of circular to all the faculty members informing them to prepare the MID EXAMS question papers before one week in advance.
To ensure that all the faculty members have submitted the question papers before the specified date & time.
To assist in the preparation & assignment of invigilators duties to the faculty members.
To assist in the distribution of question papers & main answer sheet pads and receiving the same on the day of the examination.
To monitor & ensure that invigilation duties are carried out by the faculty members as per the guidelines specified by the J.N.T.University.
To assist in the uploading of internal marks to the J.N.T.U.Portal.
To assist in the Online Registration of examination details at the J.N.T.U. Exam Portal.
To ensure that all the Exam related documents reach the university before the specified deadline.
Internal Exam Committee:

An Internal Exam Committee is being formed for Academic Year 2018-2019 at the college level comprising the following faculty members.

B.Tech. II, III,IV YEAR & PG EXAMS SUB-COMMITTEE:
S.No Name Designation Email ID
1 Mr. D. Mahesh Kumar Convener mahesh_chaitu6@yahoo.co.in
2 Mr.S.Gopal Reddy Member sanepallereddy2013@gmail.com
3 Mr.D.Venu Gopal Member durshetivenugopal@gmail.com
4 Mr.J.Ramesh Member ramesh.jitty@gmail.com
5 Mr.G.Ranjith Member ranjeet.kits@gmail.com
6 Mr.M.Raj Kumar Member mamidala.rajkumar143@gmail.com
B.Tech I YEAR EXAMS SUB-COMMITTEE:
S.No Name Designation Email ID
1 Mr. D. Mahesh Kumar Convener mahesh_chaitu6@yahoo.co.in
2 M.Ravinder Member ravindarmogili@live.com
3 Mr.A.Srinivas Member amaragonda.srinivas2@gmail.com
4 Mr.E.Abhilash Member erroju.abhilash@gmail.com

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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