R & D Cell

JITS established R&D cell to promote research culture among faculty and students of all disciplines. The R&D cell helps the faculty, research scholar by providing necessary facilities to carry out their research work on the campus. They are also guided by the senior Professors. Currently, around 20 faculty form, various department are pursuing their PhD.

Role & Responsibilities:

  1. Help and guide the faculty for promoting research and consultancy activities in various emerging areas.
  2. Draw action plan for effective interaction in R&D, faculty exchange, joint research and joint academic activities.
  3. Ensure proper network arrangement, student exchange, organizing resource sharing, library sharing etc.

The Research and Development (R&D) Cell is being formed comprising the following Staff Members.

S.No. Name Department Role Email-ID
1 Dr.S.Prabaharan CSE-Assoc.Prof. Coordinator nspraba2000@gmail.com
2 Dr.M.Manikandan EEE-Assoc.Prof. Member cm.manikandan@gmail.com
3 Dr.J.Laxmi Rajashekar MBA-Assoc.Prof. Member janamanchil@gmail.com
4 Dr.M.Sujatha CSE-Assoc.Prof. Member sujathamadugulacse@gmail.com
5 Dr.G.Karthik ECE-Assoc.Prof. Member karthick.sgs@gmail.com
6 Dr.N.Uma Pathi ECE-Assoc.Prof. Member rumapathi@gmail.com

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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