H & S Faculty Profiles

Sl. No. Faculty Name Highest Qualification
1 PRASANNA LATHA KOODALA M.A.ENGLISH.,(Ph.D).
2 AMRISH RACHAKONDA M.A.ENGLISH
3 SABA FATHIMA M.A.ENGLISH
4 GORELLAPALLY RAVI M.A.ENGLISH
5 PALIKA SHIVA KUMAR M.A.ENGLISH
6 Dr. DASARI RAVINDER Ph.D.,  M.Sc.Maths
7 Dr. K. RAMESH Ph.D., M.Sc.Maths
8 JAGADEESHWAR GANGIPELLY M.Sc.Maths
9 AMARAGONDA SRINIVAS M.Sc.Maths
10 ETTYREDDY ANIL REDDY M.Sc.Maths
11 BILLA ANIL M.Sc.Maths
12 BAIREDDY KESHAVULU M.Sc.Physics
13 PUSHPALATHA NITTU M.Sc.Physics
14 MASAM ARCHANA M.Sc.Physics
15 KATAM SOWJANYA M.Sc.Physics
16 AYESHA THABASUM M.Sc.Physics
17 SWAPNA ERAVELLI M.Sc.Chemistry
18 SOLAGUDI DIVYA M.Sc.Chemistry
19 MOHAMMAD ALEEM PASHA M.Sc.Chemistry
20 MANUKOLA SANDHYARANI M.Sc.Chemistry
21 PRAVEEN PURUSHOTHAM M.Sc.Microbiology
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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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