Grievance Redressal Committee

In order to ensure transparency in imparting technical education, admissions and with paramount objective of preventing unfair practices and to provide a mechanism to innocent students for redressal of their grievances, our college "JYOTHISHMATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, Nustulapur, Karimnagar 505 481 (Andhra Pradesh) has constituted GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE on 12-07-2012 as per the AICTE (Establishment of Mechanism for Grievance Redressal) Regulations, 2012 under Clause 1 of Section 23 of the AICTE Act, 1987 (52 of 1987) and vide Notification F.No. 37-3/Legal/2012, dated 25-02-2012.

The Grievance Redressal Committee is being formed at the college level comprising the following Members.
S.No Name of the Faculty Dept & Designation Role Contact No
1 Prof.V.Bugga Rao EEE-Professor Convener 9492984044
2 Dr.A.Subbarami Reddy ECE- HOD Co-Convener 9441990530
3 Dr.J.Laxmi Rajashekar MBA- HOD Member 9848906527
4 Mr.V.Malsoru CSE-Assoc.Prof. Member 9441393465
5 Mrs.R.Chandana ME-Asst.Prof. Member 9154232023
S.No Name Dept. & Design Role Mobile No E-mail Id
1 Dr. G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao Principal Chairman 8106304455 principal@jits.ac.in
2 Mrs. K.Radhika Reddy ECE-Assoc. Prof. Co-ordinator 9642487722 radhika.k@jits.ac.in
3 Dr. G.Sridhar EEE-Assoc. Prof Member 9490977220 sridhar.g@jits.ac.in
4 Dr. V.Neelima CSE-Assoc. Prof. Member 9948035353 vontela.neelima@jits.ac.in
5 Mrs. R.Chandana ME-Asst. Prof. Member 9154232023 ragunam.chandana@jits.ac.in

As per the Clause 5 of the above Regulation made by the AICTE, a registry has been established to record the grievances of students, their parents and others, headed by a staff member to receive the grievances of aggrieved students, parents and others and to submit their representations to the Committee for redressal of their grievance.

The detailed information regarding the constitution of Grievance Redressal Committee, of its members’ names, addresses etc., have been put on all Notice Boards for wide publicity.    The kinds of grievances under AICTE (Establishment of Mechanism for Grievance Redressal) Regulations, 2012 have also been circulated among all students and also displayed on all Notice Boards.

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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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