IQAC Events Organized

Events

S.No Date Name of the Event No. of Students/ Faculty Participated
1. 24.07.2018 & 25.07.2018 Training program on MS Office Tools for administrative staff 24
2. 27.08.2018 &29.08.2018 Entrepreneurship Awareness Program in Association with DST NIMART-2018 81
3. 15.09.2018 Seminar on “Leader talk” on the event of Engineers Day 92
4. 27.09.2018 Awareness program on “industrial training and industrial vist” for students 99
5. 18.02.2019 Training on “ISO  Internal quality “for senior faculty 25
6. 01.03.2019 Awareness  program on Soft Skill for the final year students 199
7. 04.03.2019 Awareness program on Entrepreneurship and development to III & IV B.Tech students in collaboration with MSME(Govt. of India) 211
8. 14.03.2019 Awareness program on “Quality Education” to the faculty through ICT academy 19
9. 09.04.2019 Conduction of “Mock Interview Sessions” by soft skill trainers to enhance students internal skills 300
10. 27.03.2019 Seminar on “copy right filing and patent filing” to faculty 23
11. 17.04.2019 Exhibiting student innovation talents by “Project Expo” 100
12. 04.06.2019 One Day Workshop on Research Methodology 26
13. 06.05.2019 &11.05.2019 Faculty development program on Behavioral Skills to Enhance Self Efficacy 138
14. 05.01.2018 Awareness program on Smart India Hackathon 2018 50

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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