Intake & Fee Details

UG (B.Tech) Level Intake Details

Branch Intake
B.Tech – Computer Science and Engineering 180
B.Tech – Electronics and Communication Engineering 180
B.Tech – Electrical and Electronics Engineering 120
B.Tech – Civil Engineering 60
B.Tech – Mechanical Engineering 60
Total 600

PG Level Intake Details

Branch Intake
M.Tech – Computer Science and Engineering 24
M.Tech – VLSI System Design 18
M.Tech – Embedded systems 18
M.Tech – Power Electronics 18
MBA – Master of Business Administration 60

Second Shift Polytechnic Diploma Intake Details

Branch Intake
Computer Engineering 120
Electronics and Communication Engineering 180
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 180
Total 480

Fee details of Academic Year 2019-20

Course Counseling Management
B.TECH 59,8000
M.TECH 59,400
MBA 38,000
POLYTECHNIC 15,500
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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

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