Executive Committee

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

S.No Name of the Office Bearers & S/o.,D/o.,W/o.
(Black Letters)
Designation Occupation Residential Address With House No.
1 Dr.G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao Chief Pattern Principal Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology & Science Nusthalapur Karimnagar
2 K.E.Swamy
S/o K.Subramanyam Achari
PRESIDENT DGM,NTPC Qtr No:c1/72,Mahashakti nagar,kudgi,NTPC
Town Ship,Karnataka
3 Ch.Ramesh S/o Ch.Laxmaiah Vice
PRESIDENT
Asst.Director,Dept Of Telecommunications ,Tamilanadu H:No:9-1-142,Bhagath Nagar,Karimnagar
4 S.Gopal Reddy S/o
S.Narasimha Reddy
GENERAL
SECRETARY
Associate Professor,Dept.of EEE,jits H:No:8-3-28 Bhagath Nagar,Karimnagar
5 G.Ravi Shankar Reddy
S/o G.Rama Subba Reddy
Joint
SECRETARY
Associate Professor,Dept.of ECE,CVR College,Hyderabad. H:No:2-2-18/18/5,D.D Colony,Bagh
Amberpet, Hyderabad.
6 K.Radhika Reddy D/o
K.Narayana Reddy
TREASURER Associate Professor,Dept.of ECE,Jits,Karimnagar H:No:2-10-1059,Near Shiva Theater, Jyothi Nagar, Karimnagar
7 Ch.Vishnu kumar S/o
Ch.Veera Swamy
EXECUTIVE MEMBER Associate Technology Manger,Capgemini,Hyedrabad H:No:1-5-956/3,Road No:1,Citizen Colony, Father Balaiah Nagar,Alwal,Seundera bad
8 Ch.Sajan Rao S/oCh.Satya Narayana Rao EXECUTIVE MEMBER Associate Professor,Dept.of EEE,Jits Flat No: 402,Kushal
Residency, Road
No:3,Meher Nagar,karimanagar

Responsibilities:

  1. To maintain the accurate data of all the students of outgoing batches and record their placements individually by creating a database and constantly upgrading the information base.
  2. To maintain rapport with old students, who are working in different companies in different vicinities.
  3. To promote closer relations between students and alumni by organizing student-alumni events and networking opportunities.
  4. To help link students to a vibrant international alumni community for personal and professional networking.
  5. To invite and interact with old students when they visit the institute and motivate them to contribute to the development of our education with up-to-date information on the labor market.
  6. To organize an annual Alumni event once a year (preferably in the month of February or March) to conduct get-together of all old students.
  7. To enhance our international Alumni activities in the near future.
  8. To organize public lectures by prominent old students who have distinguished themselves in their field.
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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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