ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF AS&H

The Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities is the base of Tirumala Engineering College. The department consists of 42 committed faculty who are well-known for their intellectual vitality,versatility, creativity and dedicate themselves to the highest levels of excellence in the cultivation of learning and the creation of knowledge across a broad spectrum of disciplines like English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Management. They support the core Engineering Departments by providing students with a means to expand their understanding of and engagement with the technological and scientific society and culture in which they live, and to obtain the skills that will lead to successful and enriching careers.

The Department is fortunate enough to have five Doctorates and well experienced faculty. Majority of the faculty members are actively involved in research and development activities. The college management encourages the faculty members to attend workshops, conferences, seminars to update their knowledge to meet the current needs of the student. The faculty has attended many training programs conducted by various reputed organizations.

The faculty members has extend their services in providing the students with all sorts of academic requirements apart from the university designed curriculum. The faculty strives hard for the welfare of the students not only in the academics but also in the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.The faculty extends theirs free hands to the allround development of the student by providing all provisions to meet the students needs.


HOD Profile

AS&H Hod
Mr. T.Venkata Rao
M.A.(Litt)
Complete Profile


Vision Of The Department

To create a centre of excellence in Humanities and Basic Sciences such as Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry that are provide foundation for engineering studies and also in communication skills that helps students to express themselves effectively and to generate skillful engineers who can be globally challenged in engineering fundamentals - analytical, experimental, computational and designing abilities.


Mission Of The Department

Keeping the core objectives to create academic excellence in fundamental sciences, the Department aims to encourage advanced teaching learning process and quality research at individual, department and institutional level. It also endeavours to build quality based knowledge and human resource capacity.



Prospects:

1. Continuous learning organization 2. Pure meritocracy 3. Uphold true and enabling Indian &value systems. 4. Unrelenting discipline tempered with a human approach 5. Promote organizational culture of empathy, empowerment , responsibility and reliability at sustainable quality standard.


PROGAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO's)

    1.Preparation:The learners of computer Science and Engineering can be able to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Applied Science, Computing, Basic Engineering field to identify, analyze, formulate, design, simulate and develop the practical solutions for hardware and software problems in industry and academia.

    2. Core Competence: To enable the learners with core curriculum knowledge in theory and practical experiments of computer Science and Engineering to develop the innovative skills in design, simulation, investigation of complex problems, critical reasoning, development and testing knowledge for offering solutions to real life problems related to globally evolving techno-corridor requirements of computer Science and Engineering Field.

    3. Breadth Knowledge: To provide the learners with breadth knowledge to build the Computer Science and engineering professionals to have the team work and skills for developing communicative abilities, lifelong learning, and aptitude of project management, finance with entrepreneurial values for rural development.

    4. Advanced Professional knowledge: To practice using a system of multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary approach to develop R&D skills by MOUs with premier industries and institutions interacting with training sessions and industrial visits for the learners to have awareness on the latest trends, Modern software tools and programming techniques of Computer Science and Engineering to cater the escalating needs of society.

    5. Career Development and ethics: To build the learners with the aptitude of competitive knowledge of real time requirement of cutting edge technologies by promoting employability and higher education with a blend of ethical, social and eco-friendly.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO's)

    PSO1: Ability to design and develop applications using various software tools.

    PSO2:The learners will be able to develop the knowledge of the competitive environment in success of globally acclaimed tests like GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, IES, GMAT, CAT, PSUs, and GATE etc.

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO's)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

    PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

    PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

    PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

    PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    PO7: Environment and sustainability: : Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

    PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

    PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

    PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

AS&H Department Faculty Details
S.NoName of the faculty membersQualificationsCurrent DesignationDate of Joining
1Dr.G.Srinivasa RaoM.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,Professor 21-06-2009
2Dr.Sk.MahamoodM.A., Ph.D.,Professor 2/7/2018
3Dr.D.Reddy BabuM.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,Professor 6/5/2019
4Dr.K.Anil KumarM.Sc.,B.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,Professor 10/6/2019
5Mr.T.Venkata RaoM.A.(Litt)Assoc.Prof.18-06-2018
6Dr.D.Srinivasa RaoM.Sc., Ph.D.Assoc.Prof. 10/6/2019
7Dr.K.LakshmiM.Sc.,B.Ed.,Ph.D.Assoc.Prof.19-08-2010
8Mr.M.Srinivasa RaoM.Sc.Assoc.Prof. 12/12/2014
9Dr.G.GurunadhamM.B.A., Ph.D.,Assoc.Prof.15-06-2015
10Dr.M.PanduM.A.,M.Li.Sc.,M.PHIL.,Ph.D.,Assoc.Prof.22-06-2018
11Mrs.K.Geetha PrasanthiM.Sc.,Asst.Prof. 12/6/2019
12Mr.M.M.Joseph KumarM.Sc.,Asst.Prof.23-11-2018
13Mrs.N.PraveenaM.Sc.,Asst.Prof.25-09-2019
14Mr.G.RamuM.A.(Litt), MBAAsst.Prof. 3/6/2019
15Mr.Ch.V.L.PadmavathiM.Sc.,Asst.Prof. 5/8/2011
16Ms.K.Bala JyothiM.Sc.,Asst.Prof.28-06-2019
17Mr.P.D.R.MurthyM.B.A.Asst.Prof. 5/6/2016
18Ch.Nageswara RaoM.B.A.Asst.Prof. 7/6/2019
19Mr.M.Sambasiva RaoM.C.A.Asst.Prof. 5/7/2018
20Mr.Ch.RajeshM.Sc.Asst.Prof. 1/6/2018
21Mr.V.Hanumantha RaoM.A.,M.P.Ed.,Physical Director 4/9/2008
22Mr.M.V.Vijaya Kumar M.Sc.,M.Phil.Asst.Prof.23-08-2011
23Mr.M.VeeranjaneyuluB.Sc., M.Li.Sc.Asst.Prof. 5/6/2017
24Mr.B.Yaswanth RajuM.A., PGDLL.Asst.Prof. 12/6/2017
25Mrs.S.GajalakshmiM.C.A. Asst.Prof. 9/7/2018
26Mr.G.Posu BabuM.B.AAsst.Prof.29-05-2019
27Mr.B.LakshmikanthM.B.AAsst.prof.20-11-2018
28Mrs. B.SwathiB.A., M.P.Ed.,Phy.Director 1/8/2013
AS&H Department Adjunct Faculty Details
S.No.Name of the Adjunct FacultyDesignation & CompanyLocation
1Dr. G. SubbaraoAssoc. Prof. 
2Mr. Ch. Siva PrasadAsst.Prof. 
3Dr. M. Roja RamanAssoc. Prof. 
4Dr. D. Pavan KumarAssoc. Prof. 
AS&H results

Academic Year: 2015-2016, Semester: II Sem

AS&H results

Academic Year: 2015-2016 Semester: I Sem

AS&H results

Academic Year: 2014-2015 Semester: II Sem

AS&H results

Academic Year: 2014-2015 Semester: I Sem

AS&H results


Best Faculty Awards

S.No Name Of The Faculty Designation Year Of Award
1 Mr. Gurunadham G Assoc.Prof. 2018-2019
2 G.V.Siva Prasad Asst.Prof. 2015-2016

Faculty Achievements

S.No Name Of The Faculty Designation Achievement
1 Dr. Gurunadham G Assoc.Prof. Awarded Ph.D from ANU
2 Dr. K.Lakshmi Assos.Prof. Awarded Ph.D from JNTUK

WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIUM 2018-19

S.NOFACULTY NAMENAME/TITLETYPEORGANIZED BYYEAR
1Dr.SK.MOHIMOODRETOOLING LANGUAGE TEACHING TO THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL COURSESWork shop KKR &KSR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY&SCIENCESF62018
2Dr.PANDUENGMANAGING THE LIBRARIES IN DIGITAL ERA TRENDS AND CHALLESSeminarsTIRUMALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE F62018
3Dr.PANDUKOHA AND LIVRARY AUTOMATIONWork shop NATIONAL VIRTUAL LIBRARY OF INDIA IN NARASARAOPT ENGINEERING COLLEGEF62018
4V.VEERANJANEYULUENGMANAGING THE LIBRARIES IN DIGITAL ERA TRENDS AND CHALLESSeminarsTIRUMALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE F62018
5V.VEERANJANEYULUKOHA AND LIVRARY AUTOMATIONWork shop NATIONAL VIRTUAL LIBRARY OF INDIA IN NARASARAOPT ENGINEERING COLLEGEF62018
6K.LAKSHMIEMERGING TRENDS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Symposium K.B.N COLLEGE F62018
7K.LAKSHMI INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INNOVATION MANAGMENTWork shop K.B.N COLLEGE F62018
8Dr.G.SRINIVASA RAORECENT TRENDS IN PURE &APPLIED MATHEMATICAL SCIENCESWork shop VIGNAN’S UNIVERSITYF62018

WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIUM 2017-18

S.NOFACULTY NAMENAME/TITLETYPEORGANIZED BYYEAR
1P.THOMASAIAHENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION WESTERN THEORIES AND EASTERN PRACTICESWork shop ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA F62017
2B.NARAYANAENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION : WESTERN THEORIES Work shop ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA F62017
3K.SRINIVASA RAOSET CORDIAL LABELING OF GRAPHS SeminarsCENTRE FOR STUDIES IN DISCRETE MATHEMATICSF62017
4Dr.G.SRINIVASA RAOIDEALS IN QUOTIENT TERNARY SEMIRINGSConferencesJ.M.J COLLEGE FOR WOMEN F62017
5K.LAKSHMIENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR MILLET PRODUCTESSeminarsBAPATLA ENGINEERING COLLLEGEF62018

WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIUM 2016-17

S.NOFACULTY NAMENAME/TITLETYPEORGANIZED BYYEAR
1Dr.G.SRINIVASA RAONATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES AND THEIR APPLICATIONSConferencesDEPT.OF MATHEMATICS FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES,SRM UNIVERSITYF62017
2P.THOMASAIAHPROPELL WORKSHOP FOR THE TOEFL Ibt TESTWork shopETS PROPELLF62017
3N.VIJAYAERBIUM DOPED ALUMINOSODIUM SILICATE GLASSES FOR OPTICAL TEMPERATURE SENSORSConferencesSUSTAINABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES FOR SMART&CLEAN CITIES(MEATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY)F62016
4N.VIJAYACHARACTERIZATION OF Er3+ DOPED OXYFLUORIDE GLASSES FOR OPTICAL TEMPERATURE SENSORConferencesSUSTAINABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES FOR SMART&CLEAN CITIES(MEATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY)F62016
5A.VANAJAMATERAL PROCESSING AND APPLICATION ConferencesCENTER FOR CRYSTAL GROWTH SCHOOL OF ADVANCED SCIENCES,VIT UNIVERSITY F62016
6A.VANAJASTRUCTURAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF COBALT DOPED Zno NANOPARTICLESConferencesS.R.I COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNIOLOGYF62017
7A.VANAJASTRUCTURAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF Ag DOPED Zno NANOPARTICLES ConferencesS.R.I COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNIOLOGYF62017
8B.NARAYANAGRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY A MATTER OF PRIORITY FOR TEACHING ESL STUDENTSSeminarsSREYAS INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNIOLOGYF62017
9B.NARAYANALEARNING –CENTERED ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASS ROOMS Work shopUNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING JNTUK NARASARAOPETF62017
10B.NARAYANAA PARADISM OF TEACHING VOCABULARY TO CRACK INTERVIEWS AND EMPIRICAL STUDYConferencesHINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY F62017

Paper Publications

S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book/ Thesis/TR Title Events/ Journals/ Publisher Vol./Issue and Impact Factor
1 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO A Unique common 3-tupled fixed point theorem for ψ-φ contractions in partial metric spaces Mathematica aeterna 1(2011) No.7 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 0.8021 Pg. 491-507
2 Dr.T.K.Kiran kumar Aerosol climatology over an urban site, Tirupati (India) derived from columnar and surface measurements Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 73 (2011) Peer Reviewed Pg. 17271738

S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book/ Thesis/TR Title Events/ Journals/ Publisher Vol./Issue and Impact Factor
1 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO A Unique common fixed point theorem for four maps with asymptotic regularity condition in cone Metric spaces Journal of advance studies in topology 3.NO.2(2012) Pg.29-37 Peer Reviewed Universal Impact factor 1.2372
2 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO Radio labeling of a class of planar graphs Int.J.Inno.Research&Sci.Engg.Tech 2(2013) Pg.No.3985-3988 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 1.672
3 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO A note on relation between Hamiltonian and a class of planar graphs Int. J. Math .Resea.Sci. 1(2013) Pg.36-39 Peer Reviewed
4 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO Aunique common fixed point theorems for single and set valued D-maps Cariggean J.Sci.Tech. 1(2013) Pg.151-159 Peer Reviewed
5 Dr.T.K.Kiran kumar Seasonal Variations Of Aerosol Optical Depth Over Indian Subcontinent ijcrr 4(2012) Pg.87-95 Peer Reviewed
6 Dr.T.K.Kiran kumar “Temporal and spatial variability of aerosol optical depth over South India as inferred from MODIS” Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 94(2013) Pg.1353-1359 Peer Reviewed
7 Dr.N. Vijaya Multicolor upconversion emission and color tunability in Tm3+/Er3+/Yb3+ tri-doped NaNbO3 nanocrystals Materials Express 2 (2012) Pg. 294-302 IF = 2.299
8 Dr.N. Vijaya Structural and spectroscopic properties of Eu3+-doped zinc flurophosphate glasses J. Mol. Struct., 1036 (2013)Pg. 42-50 IF=1.602
9 K.Lakshmi Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of some 1,4- di Hydro pyridines derivatives Sci. Revs.& Chemical .Commun. 3(3) 2013 Pg.141-149 -

S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book/ Thesis/TR Title Events/ Journals/ Publisher Vol./Issue and Impact Factor
1 G.Gurunadham employee morale and job satisfaction in banks AJST 4(2013) Pg. 194-198 -
2 Dr.N. Vijaya Composition dependent spectroscopic properties of Er3+-doped boro-tellurite glasses Phys. Status Solidi A 2010 (2013) Pg. 607–615 IF=1.61
3 Dr.N. Vijaya Dy3+ -doped zinc fluorophosphate glasses for white luminescence applications Spectrochim. Acta A 113 (2013) Pg. 145-153 IF = 2.353
4 Dr.N. Vijaya Structural and luminescence properties of Sm3+ ions in zinc fluorophosphate glasses Optical Materials 35 (2013) Pg. 1557–1563 IF = 1.981
5 Dr.N. Vijaya Optical characterization of Er3+-doped zinc fluorophosphate glasses for optical temperature sensors Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical 186 (2013) Pg. 156-164 IF = 4.097
6 Dr.N. Vijaya NIR fluorescence studies of neodymium ions doped sodium fluoroborate glasses for 1.06 μm laser applications Spectrochim. Acta A 115 (2013) Pg. 297-304 IF = 2.353
7 Dr.N. Vijaya Thermal, vibrational and optical properties of Eu3+- doped lead fluorophosphate glasses for red laser applications Mater. Chem. Phys 141 (2013) Pg. 903-911 IF = 2.259
8 G.Gurunadham a study on HRD climate KCP Ltd.EPRA 2(2014) Peer Reviewed Impact factor 0.998
9 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO g-closed type sets and g*-closed type sets in topological ordered spaces Int.J.Sci.Engg. Research 5(2014) Pg. 1276-1285 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 3.8
10 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A Study on Ternary Semirings Int. J. of Mat.Archive 5(12)(2014) Pg.24-30 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 4.091
11 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Special Elements in Ternary Semirings Int. J. of Engg. Res. And Appln. 4(2014) Pg.123-130 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 1.69
12 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Concepts on Ternary Semirings Int. J. of Modern Sciences & Engg. Tech. 1(2014) Pg.105-110 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 3.094
13 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A Budget Planning Model for Health Care Clinics Int.J.of Math. Archive 5(12)(2014) Pg. 12-23 Peer Reviewed Universal Impact factor 4.091
14 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A Hospital Admission System Based on Nursing Workload Int.J.of Math. Archive., 5(12)(2014) Pg. 7-11 Peer Reviewed Universal Impact factor 4.091
15 A.Savithri How to Teach English to the Students of Rural Background J.Of ELT and Poetry 2(2014) Pg.306-312 Peer Reviewed
16 A.Savithri William Dalrymple’s ‘The Last Mughal’ An International refereed e-journal of Literary Explorations 2(2014) Pg. 430-436(67A) Peer Reviewed
17 A.Savithri History Repeats An International refereed e-journal of Literary Explorations 2(2014) Pg. 840-841(137A) Peer Reviewed
18 A.Savithri William Dalrymple and His New Historical perception reflected in the novel ‘ city of Djinns’ International J. of Language, Literature and Translation Studies 1(2014) Pg. 84-88 Peer Reviewed

S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book/ Thesis/TR Title Events/ Journals/ Publisher Vol./Issue and Impact Factor
1 Dr. N.SRINIVASA RAO A common fixed point theorem for four maps under ψ-φ contractive condition of integral type in ordered partial metric spaces Math. Sci.Lett. 4 No.1(2015) Peer Reviewed
2 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Characteristics of Ternary Semirings Int.J. of Engg. Res and Mgt. 2(2015) Pg.3-6 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 2.37
3 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Applications of ig,dg and bg –closed type sets in topological ordered spaces African Journal of Mathematics and Comp. Sci. Res. 8(1)(2015) Pg.12-22 Peer Reviewed
4 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Separation axioms using ig*, dg* and bg*-closed type sets in topological ordered spaces Int.J.of advances and Engg. Technology, 7(2015) Pg.1840-1850 Peer Reviewed
5 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Structure of Certain Ideals in Ternary Semirings Int. J.of Innovative Sci. and Modern Engg. 3(2015) Pg.49-56 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 2.49
6 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Structure of P- prime and P- semi prime Ideals in Ternary Semiring Int. J.o fInnovation in Sci. and Math. 3(2015) Pg.24-31 Peer Reviewed
7 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Prime Radicals and Completely Prime Radicals in Ternary Semirings Int. J.of Basic Sci. and Applied Comp. 1(2015) Pg.1-5 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 1.68
8 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO P-pseudo Symmetric Ideals in Ternary Smiring IOSR Journal of Mathematics 11(2015) Pg.105-111 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 1.759
9 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Characteristics of P-Semi pseudo Symmetric Ideals in Ternary Semiring Int.J.of Mathematics Trends and Technology 18No.1(2015) Pg.48-57 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 1.469
10 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Concepts on Ordered Ternary Semirings Int.J.of Innovative Sci., Engg & Tech., 2(2015) Pg.435-438 Peer Reviewed
11 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Concepts on Po-Ternary Semirings IOSR Jounal of Mathematics 11(2015) Pg.105-111 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 1.759
12 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A study on Structure of Po-Ternary Semirings Journal of Advances in Mathematics 10(8)(2015) Pg.3717-3724 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 1.543
13 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A note on one sided and two sided Po-Ternary Ideals in Po-Ternary Semi rings Journal of Prog. Res. In Mat. 4(2015) Pg.339-345 Peer Reviewed
14 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Theory Po-Ternary Ideals in Po-Ternary Semi ring Global Jounal of Mathematics 3(2)(2015) Pg.297-304 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 0.711
15 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO A study on structure of elements in Po-Ternary Semiring American Jounal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences 4(1(2015) Pg.51-62 Peer Reviewed
16 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Po-Radicals in P0-Ternary Semiring Int.J.of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Res. 2(2015) Pg.670-676 Peer Reviewed Impact factor 1.005
17 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Structure of Quasi-Po-Ternary Ideals in Po- Ternary Semirings Int.J.of New Tech. and Res., 1(2015) Pg.22-30 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 1.37
18 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Structure of Po- K- ternary Ideals in Po-Ternary semiring Asian Journal of Science and Tech., 6(2015) Pg.1802-1806 Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 5.544
19 Dr. G.SRINIVASA RAO Maximal Ideal of compact connected Topological Ternary Semigroups Mathematical Sciences Internationsl Rese.Journal 4(2015) Peer Reviewed Impact Factor 1.469
20 A.Savithri New Historicism in Darymple’s White Mughai Int.J.of Language, Literature & Translation Studies 2(2015) Pg.454-457 Peer Reviewed

S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book/ Thesis/TR Title Events/ Journals/ Publisher Vol./Issue and Impact Factor
1 Dr.N. Vijaya Influence of lead and cadmium fluoride variation on white light emission characteristics in oxyfluoride glasses and glass-ceramics Journal of Luminescence 159 (2015) Pg. 38-46 IF = 2.719
2 Dr.N. Vijaya Concentration dependent luminescence properties of Sm3+-ions in tellurite-tungstate-zirconium glasses Optical Materials 40 (2015) Pg. 26-35 IF= 1.981
3 Dr.N. Vijaya 1.53 µm luminescence properties of Er3+-doped K-Sr-Al phosphate glasses Ceramic International 41 (2015) Pg. 5765-5771 IF = 2.605
4 Dr.N. Vijaya Mechanical properties of Nd3+ doped phosphate laser glasses, Physics and Chemistry of Glasses European Journal of Glass Science and Technology Part B 56 (2015) Pg. 81-84 IF = 0.69
5 Dr.N. Vijaya Spectroscopic investigation and optical properties of Eu3+-doped fluorophosphate glasses Key Engineering Materials 675-676 (2016) Pg. 418-423 IF = 0.192
6 K.Lakshmi synthesis,characterization and pharmacological evaluation of some 1,4-dihydro pyridine derivatives’ journal of chemical and pharmaceutical research 7(10),(2015) Pg. 980-987 Peer Reviewed
S.No Best Practice
1 Student monitoring
2 Displaying motivational quotations in class room on black board
3 Displaying new English words in class room on black board
4 Quoting Birthday wishes to the students
5 Encouraging merit students by giving merit certificates
6 Rewards to students having 100% attendance
7 Providing facilities to faculty to attend/participate in seminars/workshops/conferences
8 Providing Department library facilities to students and faculty
9 Incentives to faculty for outstanding contribution
10 Academic leave for thesis preparation