Laboratories

The department has well-equipped laboratories with state of the art infrastructure as per the AICTE norms and JNTUH guidelines. The laboratories are well equipped to cater to the practical & innovative needs of the students and faculty. High-speed internet and printing facilities are provided in the laboratories. The department also maintains a computer center with 100 computers having high-speed internet to cater to the needs of not only our department students but also our college students, teaching and non-teaching staff. The list of laboratories in our department is:

S.NO Name of the Laboratory UG/PG No of Systems
1 C++ Programming Lab UG 30
2 Computer Networks and Cryptography Network Security Lab UG 30
3 Data Mining Lab UG 30
4 Database Management Systems Lab UG 30
5 Design And Analysis Of Algorithms Lab UG 30
6 Internet Technologies And Services Lab PG 12
7 IT Workshop Lab UG 30
8 Java Programming Lab UG 30
9 Network Programming Lab UG 9
10 Operating Systems Lab UG 30
11 Programming for Problem Solving Lab – I UG 30
12 Programming for Problem Solving Lab – II UG 30
13 Software Engineering Lab UG 30
14 Web Technologies Lab UG 30
15 Computer Center UG & PG 30
Java Programming Lab
Java Programming Lab
Data Base Management Systems Lab
Data Base Management Systems Lab
Operating Systems Lab
Operating Systems Lab
Programming for Problem Solving Lab - I
Programming for Problem Solving Lab – I

 

 

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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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