EEE – Faculty Profiles

Sl. No. JNTUH Faculty Registration Number Name of the Faculty Member Designation Highest Qualification Department Photograph
1 6722-170915-131506 Dr. MANIKANDAN Professor & HoD M.E., Ph.D. Electrical & Electronics Engineering M.MANIKANDAN
2 4337-150412-113846 Dr. GADDAM SRIDHAR Associate Professor M.Tech., Ph.D. Electrical & Electronics Engineering G.SRIDHAR
3 3236-150412-122549 Mr. THOTA PRAVEEN Associate Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering T.PRAVEEN
4 2104-150412-110717 Mr. VISWAPRAKASH BABU Associate Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D) Electrical & Electronics Engineering VISHWAPRAKASH-BABU
5 2117-150412-112243 Mr. SANEPALLE GOPAL REDDY Associate Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering S.GOPAL-REDDY
6 6383-150411-200506 Mr. CHIKYALA SAJAN Associate Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering CH.SAJAN-RAO
7 2571-150411-194518 Mr. SUDDALA JANARDHAN Associate Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering S.JANARDHAN
8 7859-150408-110601 Mr. RONDI BABU Associate Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering R.BABU
9 1127-150411-191647 Mr. THUMULA SHIVA Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering T.SHIVA
10 6285-150414-155720 Mr. BODDULA BABU Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering B.BABU
11 8974-150411-183930 Mr. CHINDAM SATISH Assistant Professor MTECH.,(Ph.D). Electrical & Electronics Engineering CH.SATHISH
12 5184-160306-024612 Ms. LION SHARADHA Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering L.SHARADHA
13 1352-170913-144800 Mr. KALLEM SRUJAN KUMAR Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering K.SRUJAN-KUMAR
14 0823-160308-142944 Ms. SUDAGONI SAMATHA Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering S.SAMATHA
15 1010-181108-135328 Mr. RUDROJU SHIVAKUMAR Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering R.SHIVA-KUMAR
16 9552-160306-223918 Mr. KUNDHURI NARSAIAH Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering K.NARSAIAH
17 9266-160211-134438 Mrs. R. BHAGYA REKHA Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering R.-BHAGYA-REKHA
18 3830-170201-035748 Mr. M. NARESH Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering M.-NARESH
19 9698-210129-121921 M. SRAVANTHI Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering M.SRAVANTHI
20 4609-170208-125755 Mr. G. RAMESH Assistant Professor M.TECH Electrical & Electronics Engineering G.RAMESH
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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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