IQAC Members

Internal Quality Assurance Cell for Academic Year 2020-2021

S.NoIQAC DesignationCollege DesignationName of the Members
1ChairmanHead of the InstituteDr. G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao, Principal
2MemberManagement RepresentativesMr. J. Sumith Sai, Secretary/Correspondent-JITS
3MemberSenior Administrative/ Technical StaffMr. D. Venu, Office Superintendent-JITS
4MembersSenior facultyDr. R. Jegadeesan, Professor/HOD/CS
Dr. G. Sridhar, Associate Professor/EEE
5MembersTeachersDr. N. Umapathi, Associate Professor/ECE
Mr. D. Mahesh Kumar, Associate Professor/ECE
Dr. R. Rajesh Guna, Associate Professor/Civil
Mr. N. Venkateswaran, Associate Professor/CSE
Mr. S. Gopal Reddy, Associate Professor/EEE
Mr. R. Sridhar, Asst.Professor/MECH
6MemberCommunity RepresentativeMr. M. S. V. Ramanamurthy, C.A
7MemberAlumniMr. Chinthala Ramesh,  Assistant Director, Department of Telecommunication (ITS), Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
8MemberStudentsT. Rishitha (III Year/CSE-A) Student
R. Sannihitha (III Year/ECE-A) Student
9MemberEmployers/IndustrialistMr. K. Suman, Director, Gurpreet galvanising Pvt.Ltd.
10Member SecretaryCoordinator, IQACDr. J. Laxmi Rajashekhar, Professor/HOD/MBA

Internal Quality Assurance Cell for Academic Year 2019-2020

S.NoIQAC DesignationCollege DesignationName of the Members
1ChairmanHead of the InstituteDr. G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao,
Principal
2MemberManagement RepresentativesMr. J. Sumith Sai
Secretary/Correspondent-JITS
3MembersSenior Administrative/ Technical StaffMr. D. Venu
Office Superintendent-JITS
Mr. D. Mahesh Kumar
Examination Branch In-Charge-JITS
4MembersSenior facultyDr. S. V. S. Rama Krishnam Raju
Dean(Academic)
Dr. A.Subbarami Reddy HOD/Professor/ECE
5MembersTeachersDr. 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
6MemberCommunity RepresentativeMr. M. S. V. Ramanamurthy C.A
7MemberAlumniMr. Chinthala Ramesh, Assistant director, department of Telecommunication (ITS), Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
8MemberStudentsMs. T. Keerthana (IV Year/ CSE –A) Student
Ms. K. Sahithya sri (III Year/ ECE-A) Student
9MemberEmployersMr .K. Suman, Director, Gurpreet galvanising Pvt.Ltd.
10MemberPlacement CoordinatorMr. Viswaprakash Babu, Associate Professor/ EEE
11MemberAlumni CoordinatorS. Gopal Reddy, Associate Professor/ EEE
12Member SecretaryCoordinator, IQACDr. M. Manikandan, HOD/Professor/ EEE
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