IQAC Members

Internal Quality Assurance Cell for Academic Year 2019-2020

S.No IQAC Designation College Designation Name of the Members
1 Chairman Head of the Institute Dr. G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao,
Principal
2 Members Management Representatives Mr.J.Sumith Sai
Secretary/Correspondent-JITS
3 Members Senior Administrative/ Technical Staff Mr.D.Venu
Office Superintendent-JITS
Mr.D.Mahesh Kumar
Examination Branch In-Charge-JITS
4 Members Senior faculty Dr.S.V.S.Rama Krishnam Raju
Dean(Academic)
Dr. A.Subbarami Reddy HOD/Professor/ECE
5 Members Teachers Dr.G.Karthik, Associate Professor/ ECE
Mr.N.Venkateswaran, Associate Professor/ CSE
Mr.Ch.Sathish. Asst.Professor/EEE
Mr.N.SyamBabu, Asst.Professor/Mech
Mr.A.Laxman, Asst.Professor/ Civil
Mr.M.Ravikanth,Asst.Professor/MBA
6 Member Community Representative Mr.M.S.V.Ramanamurthy C.A
7 Member Alumni Mr.Chinthala Ramesh,
Assistant director, department of Telecommunication (ITS), Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
8 Member Students Ms. T. Keerthana  (IV Year/ CSE –A) Student
Ms. K. Sahithya sri (III Year/ ECE-A) Student
9 Member Employers Mr.K.Suman, Director, Gurpreet galvanising Pvt.Ltd.
10 Member Placement Coordinator Mr.Viswaprakash Babu, Associate Professor/ EEE
11 Member Alumni Coordinator S.Gopal Reddy, Associate Professor/ EEE
12 Member Secretary Coordinator, IQAC Dr.M.Manikandan, HOD/Professor/ EEE
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