MBA – Faculty Profiles

Sl. No. Registration Id Name of the Staff Member Designation Highest Qualification Photograph
2 2017-150412-171525 Mr. DURSHETI VENU GOPAL Associate Professor MBA D.VENUGOPAL
3 6248-150412-170128 Mr. MITTAPALLY RAVIKANTH Assistant Professor MBA M.RAVIKANTH
4 3398-180712-132705 Mr. VEERLA SUDHEER KUMAR Assistant Professor MBA V-SUDHEER-KUMAR
5 5675-170112-102417 Mr. CHITTIMALLA RAVICHANDER Assistant Professor MBA /CH-RAVICHANDER
6 4965-160218-152118 Mr. SRIRAMULA SAI SRUJAN KUMAR Assistant Professor MBA S-SAI-SRUJAN-KUMAR
7 2826-170204-105531 Mr. RAPOLU CHANDRAIAH Assistant Professor MBA R.CHANDRAIAH
8 9778-180130-154532 Ms. PATA PRIYANKA Assistant Professor MBA P-PRIYANAKA
9 9866-180820-172550 Mr.GUNTI MADHUKAR Assistant Professor MBA G.MADHUKAR
10 2964-171211-180841 Mr. GAMPA MAHENDAR Assistant Professor MBA G-MAHENDER
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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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