H & S Faculty Profiles

Sl. No. JNTUH Faculty Registration Number Name of the Faculty Member Designation Highest Qualification Department Photograph
1 0854-150411-192805 Mrs. KOODALA PRASANNALATHA Associate Professor M.A.ENGLISH.,(Ph.D). ENGLISH K.PRASANNALATHA
2 4991-150412-151806 Mr. RACHAKONDA AMRISH Assistant Professor M.A.ENGLISH ENGLISH R-AMRISH
3 3183-170915-185855 Mrs.SABA FATHIMA Assistant Professor M.A.ENGLISH ENGLISH SABA FATHIMA
4 9668-181105-144338 Ms.SAMEERA FATHIMA Assistant Professor M.A.ENGLISH ENGLISH FATHIMA
5 3817-160226-123314 Dr. DASARI RAVINDER Associate Professor Ph.D., M.Sc. Maths Mathematics /D.RAVINDER
6 8006-150412-164629 Mr. GANGIPELLY JAGADEESHWAR Assistant Professor M.Sc. Maths Mathematics G.JAGADEESHWAR
7 5656-160217-165830 Mr. AMARAGONDA SRINIVAS Assistant Professor M.Sc. Maths Mathematics A.SRINIVAS
8 8417-160217-171331 Mr.ETTYREDDY ANIL REDDY Assistant Professor M.Sc. Maths Mathematics E.ANIL-REDDY
9 1119-160109-143702 Mrs. BILLA ANIL Assistant Professor Mathematics M.A.ENGLISH.,(Ph.D). B.ANIL
10 0885-191106-113932 Mr.BAIREDDY KESHAVULU Associate Professor M.Sc. Physics Physics B.KESHAVALU
11 1338-150412-121650 Mrs.NITTU PUSHPALATHA Assistant Professor M.Sc. Physics Physics N.PUSHPALATHA
12 9719-160527-195122 Mrs. V. MANASA Assistant Professor M.Sc. Physics Physics K-SOWJANAYA
13 7721-210215-120814 Ms. B. SANDYA RANI Assistant Professor M.Sc. Physics Physics K-SOWJANAYA
14 2265-150412-161754 Mrs.ERAVELLI SWAPNA Assistant Professor M.Sc.Chemistry Chemistry E.SWAPANA
15 8493-160108-152531 Ms. MOHAMMAD ALEEM PASHA Assistant Professor M.Sc.Chemistry Chemistry MD-ALEEM-PASHA
16 1825-170915-105115 Mrs. SOLAGUDI DIVYA Assistant Professor M.Sc.Chemistry Chemistry S-DIVYA
17 2840-170128-093757 Ms. B. ANNAPURNA Assistant Professor M.Sc. Chemistry Chemistry P.PRAVEEN
18 5368-160218-133705 Mr. PRAVEEN PURUSHOTHAM Assistant Professor M.Sc. Microbiology ENS P.PRAVEEN


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Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing


Mobile: 9493142141


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