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ABOUT:

KKR & KSR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES, popularly known as KITS was established in the year 2008, by GSR & KKR EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY in Vinjanampadu village, Guntur district by Sri.Koye Subba Rao, Chairman. KITS is located away from the hustle and bustle of the city life in a scenic and serene environment spread over an expansive 10.9425 acres amidst the lush greenery of mirch and cotton fields of Vinjanampadu Village just 5 kms away from Guntur, the major city of the capital region of Andhra Pradesh. The institute has set a benchmark in providing its students the very best in terms of infrastructure and faculty. The college meticulously implements quality policy. With absolute discipline, multimodal teaching methodology, campus placement training, caring teachers, committed staff, proactive managing committee, vigilant security. KITS a unique professional college in the state of Andhra Pradesh. KITS is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada, and approved by AICTE.

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VISION:

 

To produce eminent and ethical Engineers and Managers for society through imparting quality professional education with emphasis on human values and holistic excellence.

 

MISSION:

  • To incorporate benchmarked teaching and learning pedagogies in curriculum.
  • To ensure all round development of students through judicious blend of curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
  • To support cross-cultural exchange of knowledge between industry and academy.
  • To provide higher/continued education and research opportunities to the employees of the institution.

Promoting student innovation and entrepreneurship:

 

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP:

        “The capacity and willing to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any of its risks in order to make a profit.”

 

                    The most obvious example of entrepreneurship is “A Start-up: Out of their Creative thought.”

 

EMERGE OF ECELL:

 

            KITS E-CELL was emerged from the passion of students who went to the GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT at IIT KHARAGPUR in 2015. They had come to know the real importance of ENTREPRENEURSHIP and strived hard for days together in creating the structure and environment of the E-Cell. Eventually the cell emerged with its wings flying on 4th April, 2015 with a vision and mission.  

VISION:

            Empower the student with Entrepreneurial skills and to promote their creative ideas in establishing a successful start-up. 

MISSION:

            To create the Entrepreneurial environment in the campus by organizing the workshops, events and lectures and shape the creative thoughts of the students into real time PROTOTYPES

 

ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT CELL (EDC)

 

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS:

 

                   Corporate Communications:  In short, Guests and Corporate Tie-ups are taken up by CC. The requirement for guest profile needed for an event will be discussed in the meetings of E-Cell and in the consecutive meet, CC comes up with 2 or 3 likely to be guest profiles and the one to be confirmed is decided. Thus, the team has to confirm guests and follow them up. Other than this, CC also takes up monthly updates to be forwarded to previous guests about the present works and development in E-Cell for their comments and feedback. Thus, gaining, Mentorship. Parallel works include Corporate Tie-ups, Start-up ideas mentors, E-Cell Tie-ups and Internships for members or students of college.

 

CREATIVE, DESIGN & TECHNICAL:

 

                      Design work like Posters, Flex and Brochures are designed by the Creative Design and Technical Team. As the name suggests, Technical part includes Website building Support or App Development. (Depends on the capabilities of team members)

 

FINANCE & LOGISTICS:

 

                       Finance team takes care of Budget generation and sanctions by funding agencies- The College or External.

                       Logistics team takes care of Pre-event setups and, maintaining the entire files and data base

 

PUBLICY& PUBLIC RELATIONSIT:

 

                    A good quality audience is the heart of any event or activity and this is done by PR. Reaching out to target student segments, Publicizing events among them and taking care of the turn up is PR’s work. Let it be any mode of Publicity, PR takes care of it.

 

RESOURCE, MARKETING&MEDIA RELATIONS:

 

                      Purchasing & Maintains the all the things required for an event In E-cell at our collage and maintains the print media KITS website.

 

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS:

 

                   Corporate Communications:  In short, Guests and Corporate Tie-ups are taken up by CC. The requirement for guest profile needed for an event will be discussed in the meetings of E-Cell and in the consecutive meet, CC comes up with 2 or 3 likely to be guest profiles and the one to be confirmed is decided. Thus, the team has to confirm guests and follow them up. Other than this, CC also takes up monthly updates to be forwarded to previous guests about the present works and development in E-Cell for their comments and feedback. Thus, gaining, Mentorship. Parallel works include Corporate Tie-ups, Start-up ideas mentors, E-Cell Tie-ups and Internships for members or students of college.

CREATIVE, DESIGN & TECHNICAL:

 

                      Design work like Posters, Flex and Brochures are designed by the Creative Design and Technical Team. As the name suggests, Technical part includes Website building Support or App Development. (Depends on the capabilities of team members).

 

Encouraging faculty innovation and entrepreneurship:

 

The Grievance Cell has been formed to help Faculty and Staff regarding to record and solve their grievances in matters directly affecting them, either individually or as a group. The Cell will address the grievances and communicate to the concerned authority for a suitable action or a possible redressal. The Faculty Grievance committee receives petitions from faculty members in the form of written and signed complaints as well as complaints received through e-mails. The Committee shall study the petition and after looking into the relevant documents and the final settlement of any grievance shall be made within a reasonable period.

 

Roles and Responsibilities of the Committee:

 

          It entertains written and signed complaints and petitions of faculty in respect of matters directly affecting them either                              individually or as a group

          To enquire into the grievances and make recommendations to the authorities concerned for redressal.

           To recommend appropriate action against the complainant if allegations are proved baseless.

FINANCE & LOGISTICS:

 

                       Finance team takes care of Budget generation and sanctions by funding agencies- The College or External.

                       Logistics team takes care of Pre-event setups and maintaining the entire files and data base

PUBLICITY& PUBLIC RELATIONS:

                    A good quality audience is the heart of any event or activity and this is done by PR. Reaching out to target student segments, Publicizing events among them and taking care of the turn up is PR’s work. Let it be any mode of Publicity, PR takes care of it.

RESOURCE, MARKETING&MEDIA RELATIONS:

 

                      Purchasing & Maintains the all the things required for an event In E-cell at our collage and maintains the print media KITS website.

 

Actively supporting the university technology transfer function:

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT:

In order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority and to empower the citizens to secure access to information under the control of each public authority, the Government of India have enacted “The Right to Information Act, 2005”(RTI Act) which came into force on 15.6.2005. In accordance with the provisions of section 4(1) (b) of this Act, Right to Information means right to information accessible under this Act which is held by or under control of a public authority. All citizens possess the right to information. Any person who desires to obtain any information under this Act shall make a request in writing or through electronic means. The information sought by any one will be supplied as per the provisions of RTI Act, 2005. Information can be obtained within 30 days from the date of request in a normal case. If information is a matter of life or liberty of a person, it can be obtained within 48 hours from time of request. TheHead of the Institution / principal acts as a Chief Information Officer.  He has regular interaction with students, staff, parents, industry experts etc. He collects the information from vitreous sources and provides the needed information to the top management and also to different stakeholders.

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In pursuance of guidelines issued by Supreme Court, in a landmark judgment in August 1997 stated that every instance of sexual harassment is a violation of “Fundamental Rights” under Articles 14, 15, and 21 of the Constitution of India, and amounts to a violation of the “Right to Freedom” under Article 19 (1)(g). Another Supreme Court Judgment in January 1999 has stated that sexually harassing behavior “needs to be eliminated as there is no compromise on such violations”. With regard to the Supreme Court Judgment and guidelines and as per the provisions of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013 and the Instructions of UGC, the College has constituted Women Welfare and Sexual Harassment Committee to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to all the staff members and students.

 

Roles and responsibilities of the committee:

   To ensure that Work and Educational Environment is free from sexual harassment

·         To organize awareness sessions to students and faculty members on sexual harassment.

·         To develop guidelines and norms for a policy against sexual harassment

·         To develop principles and procedures for combating sexual harassment

·         Prevent discrimination and sexual harassment against women, by promoting gender amity among students and employee.

          Take all possible efforts to prevent the occurrence of harassment by effective monitoring.

·          In cases of occurrences, the victims have liberty to meet any one of the members in person to report about the incident either          in oral or in written form.

·         Based on the complaint, the committee will conduct a comprehensive enquiry of person(s) who were alleged to have been                 involved in this activity and submit a detailed report to the chairman for further action.

         To create the awareness among youth, the Institution has conducted various social awareness programs like Against women Atrocities, Anti Ragging, Evil things among youth in the form of Flash Mobs.

 

 

 

Facilitating university-industry collaboration:

 

INDUSTRY INSTITUTE PARTNERSHIP CELL

 

 About KITS- IIPC:

Today, it is globally acclaimed that scientific and technological capability of Human Resource is the major source of strength in nation building. Consequently, the success of any industry depends very much on the quality of the people who work for them. Particularly, in the context of medium/ small-scale industries, the needs are primarily oriented towards problem solving, with the support required in the areas of Design, Process improvement and plant and machinery performance etc., which can be fulfilled by the existing huge network of technical industries across the country. These institutes can be also intervene in solving specific industry related problems, carry out minor Technological Innovations/ Modifications aimed at Technology Absorption/Implementation etc, and organize Continuing education program for industry personnel. Industries in turn can contribute to academia in orienting its curriculum to produce Graduate Engineers/ Technicians suitable for their work places and support the basic research for creation of new knowledge. In order to achieve these objectives, what is needed at present is a support system (industry Institute Partnership Cell) to ensure a focused involvement of both academia and industry in developing a symbiotic relationship, keeping in view the vision for the future. 

The KKR & KKR Institute of Technology and Sciences has setup an industry institute partnership Cell (KITS-IIPC) to promote the interaction between industries and the institute. This institute has established many state of the art laboratories, testing equipment, library and information center, internet facility etc. Strength of this institute lies in its highly qualities and committed faculty members, which is counted as one amongst the few best institutes in the state. Faculty members are actively involved in research activities. With this back ground, the institute feels competent in rendering R & D. Consultancy services and other technical support in the different areas to industries.

 

OBJECTIVES:

1.     Establish linkage between industry and the institute.

2.     Identify industry problems and provide solutions

3.     Joint research projects

4.     Industrial consultancy

5.     Dissemination of knowledge

6.     Continuing education programs

7.     Greater utilization of resources

8.     Access to library and other infrastructure

9.     Access to laboratory testing

10.  Promoting industrial training for students

11.  Faculty training in industry.

 

ACTIVITIES:

                                              Interaction with TCS HR Talent Acquisition Team

1.     Organizing Workshops, conferences and symposia with joint participation of the faculty and the industries.

2.     Encouraging engineers from industry to visit Engineering Institution to deliver lectures. 

3.     Participation of experts from industry in curriculum development.

4.     Arranging visits of staff members to various industry

5.     Professional consultancy by the faculty to industries.

6.     Industrial testing by faculty & technicians at site or in laboratory.

7.     Joint research programs and field studies by faculty and people from industries.

8.     Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.

9.     Visits of industry executives and practicing engineers to the Institute for seeing research work and laboratories, discussions and delivering lectures on industrial practices, trends and experiences.

10.  Memoranda of Understanding between the Institute and industries to bring the two sides emotionally and strategically closer.

11.  Human resource development programs by the faculty for practicing engineers.

12.  Collaborative Certification programs.

13.  B.Tech. And M.Tech. Projects/dissertation work in industries under joint guidance of the faculty and experts from industry.

14.  Short-term assignment to faculty members in industries.

15.  Visiting faculty/professors from industries.

16.  R&D Laboratories sponsored by industries at the Institute.

17.  Scholarships/fellowships instituted by industries at the Institute for students.

18.  Practical training of students in industries.

 

 MOU's:

 

The College has signed MOUs with Industries and other Agencies for promoting Training, Research and Extension Activities in Technical Education

 

S.No

Organization

Activity

1

Randstad India Limited

Knowledge sharing, Test evaluation, placements

2

Co-cubes

Knowledge sharing, Test evaluation, placements

3

Efftronics

Campus Connect

4

Institute for electronic governance

Knowledge sharing, Test evaluation, placements

5

Jobeee

Knowledge sharing, Test evaluation, placements

6

Infosys

Campus Connect

7

TCS ion

To extend computing infrastructure of the college to TCS ion for the conducting various national level online and off-line tests.

 

Engaging with regional and local economic development efforts:

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The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India which was begun in 1969. Its primary aim is personality development through social (or community) service. The NSS motto is "Not me, but you".

Objectives:

  •  Understand the community in which they work
  •  Understand themselves in relation to their community
  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  • Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation
  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
  • practice national integration and social harmony

Motto:   The Motto of NSS "Not Me but You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to '/other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrine in this motto, which underlines/on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

Symbol:   The symbol for the NSS has been based on the giant Rath Wheel of the world famous Konark Sun Temple (The Black Pagoda) situated in Orissa, India. The wheel portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signifies the movement in life across time and space, the symbol thus stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social change.

Badge:   The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The eight bars in the wheel represent the 24 hours of a day. The red colour indicates that the volunteer is full of young blood that is lively, active, energetic and full of high spirit. The navy blue colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.

NSS Day:   NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth cenetary year of the Father the nation. Therefore 24th September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programs and activities.

Regular Activities:

Academic Year 2009-2010

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1

Blood Donation Camp

10-10-2010

100

 

Academic Year 2011-2012

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1

Blood Donation Camp

05-04-2012

150

 

Academic Year 2012-2013

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1

Eye Checkup Camp

08-01-2013

200

 

Academic Year 2013-2014

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1

Swach-Bharath at Vinjanampadu Village

10-04-2014

200

2

Gunny Bags Distribution at Vinjanampadu village

12-02-2014

150

 

Academic Year 2014-2015

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1

Tree Plantation

24-09-2015

75

2

Donation for Heart Plantation Patient

09-10-2015

2,500

3

Swach Kits

07-11-2015

150

4.

Old Age Home Service at MotherTerasa SangkshemaSeva Sangam, Borravaaripalem.

28-11-2015

50

5.

Skill Acquisition at NirmalHruday, Phirangipuram

05-12-2015

50

 

Academic Year 2015-2016

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY DATE

NUMBER PARTICIPATED

1.

Donated Medicines at Old Age Homes at MotherTerasa SangkshemaSeva Sangam, Borravaaripalem

02-01-2016

25

2.

Skill Acquisition

22-01-2016

20

3.

Traffic Awareness Rally

16-02-2016

600

4.

LEAP (Leading Endeavors for Achieving   Progress ) Youth Conference, BITS Pilani

24-02-2016 to 02-03-2016

8

 

Research and development:

BASIC FUNCTIONS OF RESEARCH COMMITTEE

1. Facilitates necessary support and independence to the principal and co investigators in the matters of Research Work.

2. Proposes various schemes/motivational steps to encourage research attitude among the Faculty Members

3. Spreads awareness among the students and faculty members regarding benefits of Research

4. motivates the students and faculty members to get involved in various Research oriented Programs.

5. Arrange seminars / Lectures by high profile scientists / Technologists from Research Laboratories /Universities/Industries to impart knowledge regarding recent   scientific Developments and Latest Technologies.

6. Appoints part-time senior and reputed research advisors. 

 To promote the Research Activity, qualified and experienced faculty members are existing in each department with various Specializations.  With the support of the expertise, different faculty members and students are actively participating in various conferences or workshops or Training Programs.  



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