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 SVECW, a higher-education institution set up exclusively for women students, provides an excellent opportunity to them for acquiring specific skills and knowledge, fostering their creativity and nurturing their innovative prowess leading to their intellectual development. The holistic development of the students would ultimately bolster women empowerment. The near 100 acre campus is pollution free and is set in salubrious environs accentuated by its lushness and vibrancy.

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About SVECW

Shri Vishnu Engineering College For Women is located in Bhimavaram - the central part of Coastal Andhra.The area generally known for its commercial activities has recently established itself as a Center for Academics.  The campus is located in Vishnupur which is 3 km from Bhimavaram on Tadepalligudem Road.   The campus spreads around 100 acres landscape known for its salubrious climate and presents congenial atmosphere to pursue higher studies.  Our infrastructure is vibrant in nature because of constant attempt to maintain pace with the development available. The infrastructure acts as a facilitator for the effective delivery of our curriculum.  Apart from the common central facilities the colleges has well-equipped laboratories, lecture halls, drawing and seminar halls etc.  The organization provides adequate infrastructural support for all sports activities which provide students physical fitness and personality development inturn cultivate in them sportsman spirit, team spirit, leadership and talent.

 Vision, Mission & Values (VMV) 

Vision 

Transform the society through excellence in Education, Community empowerment and sustained Environmental protection.

Mission  

  • To achieve Academic excellence through innovative learning practices
  • To instill self confidence among rural students by supplementing with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities
  • To inculcate discipline and values among students
  • To establish centers for Institute Industry partnership
  • To extend financial assistance for the economically weaker sections
  • To create self employment opportunities and skill up gradation
  • To support environment friendly Green Practices
  • Creating innovation hubs

 Values 

  • We strive for excellence in all that we do in order to model success for our students
  • We focus on students success and satisfaction and meeting the needs of the community
  • We take pride in the quality of our organization and work, and we value, originality, integrity, consistency, and attention to detail
  • We stay abreast of ever-changing youth culture, emerging communication technologies and design trends
  • We set benchmarks and model high quality standards for students, faculty, staff, and community partners
  • We lay utmost importance on discipline, punctuality, personal values and healthy practices
  • We create an innovative environment for students and staff to develop an integrated personality

 Promoting Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

We have different centers of excellence in our college which promotes students innovation and entreprenuership.

Some of them are

 Assistive Technology Lab

Assistive Technology Lab works for a very unique and a noble cause of designing projects by the students of SVECW to benefit the differently-abled. This is a small but definite step to mainstream people with disabilities into society. Professor Alan Rux , founder of the Assistive Technology Program at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, USA, visits SVECW every year in the month of July and guides students in developing projects related to Assistive Technology.        

ATL provides a rich, authentic learning experience for students. It is a real time platform for the students to learn and experience engineering design process, to apply their academic skills in a real-world context, and to develop important workplace skills not usually taught in the classroom. Each project team has to brainstorm and analyze alternative design solutions, and justify their chosen design; they must work within a budget, analyze the cost of various design alternatives, and in the end, make a presentation outlining their design work and final solution.

 Texas Instruments Lab 

Texas Instruments Digital Signal Processing Lab is set up in our college in the month of January, 2012. Quite a good number of activities are going on in this lab with the involvement of both faculty and students. We have conducted two training programs for the students and the kits provided by them are later used to teach a course work for Third Year B. Tech ECE students. The projects that are taken up in the lab are listed below: *Artificial Hand Gripper using Bluetooth Technology *RFID Based Door Opening and Closing System *Voice Activated Dental Chair *Speech Compression and Water Marking of speech using Heterogeneous Platforms *Implementation of Super Resolution Algorithms for Medical Imaging Among the five projects listed above, the first three projects are the UG projects and are submitted for TI India Analog Design Contest 2011 and the remaining two projects are the projects taken up by the Post Graduate students.

As a part of the contest the students made maximum utilization of TI support, documentation material and the forums to solve their issues. This exposure really made the students to learn more than what they learn from their text books.
The two PG projects were completed  and the students are learning to work with medical imaging and heterogeneous platforms. The listed UG projects are submitted for TI India Analog Design Contest 2013

  • Intelligent home security system
  • Pattern identification & calculation training system for students with autism(PICTS)
  • System for monitoring drowsiness using eye movement As a part of the contest the students were received approximately $200 cost of equipment. The students made maximum utilization of TI support, documentation material and the forums to solve their issues. This exposure really made the students to learn more than what they are learning from their text books.
    The first two batches were selected for a consolation prize of Rs. 10,000/- and they presented a paper in TIIEC -2013. The third batch was selected for a poster presentation in TIIEC – 2013.

 Faculty Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

 Faculty Research Publications

The faculty of SVECW covers diverse area of Engineering and Basic Sciences. World has been changing continuously with technological advancements and applications. SVECW aims to match with global technological developments. Different disciplines are working hard on various assignments and projects with main emphasis on practical applications and exploring fundamentals. Cross-disciplinary research of the faculty members is one of the major contributing factors on the part of the institution. Engineering is one of the core areas of SVECW, which covers, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Civil, Computers and Information Technology. Multidisciplinary innovative approach for complex problem-solving is the hallmark of our disciplines. The faculty members are focusing on the research activities and consultancies. Our research has stretched across the traditional disciplines and uses the resources of Engineering. Basic Sciences are providing an insightful training in research. These have well qualified faculty. The department of Basic Sciences has erudite faculty, who are intellectuals in their specialized fields of research. Most of the faculty are actively involved in research and publications. The department has the credit of a good number of publications in prestigious National and International Journals.

  • ECE department has 196 publications.
  • EEE department has 155 publications. 
  • CSE department has 155 publications.
  • IT  department has 58 publications. 
  • ME department has 25 publications. 
  • CE department has 14 publications. 
  • BS department has 68 publications. 
  • MBA department has 36 publications.

   Facilitating University-Industry Collaboration 

 We have different Centres of Excellence in our college for University-Industry Collaboration like

 IBM Centre of Excellence  

The MOU was signed between the institute and IBM and the relationship was established to give students and faculty the opportunity to work closely with the industry and utilize both the resources in the best possible manner. Center of Excellence inaugurated by Himanshu Goyal , IBM Country Manager Mr. Saravanan Sekar, IBM Academic Initiative representative in the presence of Sri K V Vishnu Raju, Chairman, SVES, Dr. D.R Raju, Director, SVES, Principal, SVECW along with other faculty members, staff and students on 19 th Nov 2009

 Talent Sprint

The MOU (WISE Programme) was signed between the SVECW and TALENT SPRINT and the relationship was established to empower the students by giving them the latest skills expected by employees in the IT sector. This is also to help the students for enhancing their employment prospects, and creating linkages with the industry. This Center Of Excellence was inaugurated by Mr. J.A. Chowdary, Chairman-Talent Sprint in the presence of Mr. Ravi Chandran, Vice Chairman-Sri Vishnu Educational Society, Principal SVECW along with other faculty members, staff and students on 8th March 2014.Courses of Study: Lecture Modules for Circuit Branches PCP – Professional C Programming BWA – Building Web Applications EJD – Enterprise Java Development SNS – Social Networking Systems BDC – Big Data and the Cloud
Lecture Modules for Non Circuit Branches PCP – Professional C Programming BWA – Building Web Applications EJD – Enterprise Java Development ISC – Introductory Scientific Computing ASC – Advanced Scientific Computing
Project Modules Common MPP – Modern Programming Practice (Summer Break between 1st and 2nd year) CFP – Contributing to global Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) Projects (Summer Break between 2nd and 3rd Year) MPW – Mini Project Work with focus on Python/Java/C/C++ (Summer Break between 3rd and final year)

Engaging with Regional and Local Economic Development Efforts 

National Service Scheme 

National integrity should flow from the heart of every citizen. Apart from academics, every student must involve in serving her country. National Service Scheme (NSS) has been introduced as a part of the academic programs since the establishment of SVECW.  NSS has been functioning as a regular feature in the realm of our Institution. NSS has enriched the students’ souls and mind. The cardinal principle of the NSS programme is that it is organized by the students themselves, and both students and teachers through their combined participation in community service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building. The overall objective of this scheme is Education and Service to the community and by the community. It’s student's program where we cater to the need of the community, as and when required, It will also help the students to communicate with the society. Students develop many skills and learn how to behave and interact with different kinds of people. The students go to the rural areas and try to develop a Technocratic Environment and help the underprivileged people to develop themselves.

Knowledge Center 

This nodal center for excellence in school education was started in December 2006 and inaugurated by Dr. T. Subba Rami Reddy - Union Minister of State for Mines at Dr. B. V. Raju's native village, Kumudavalli, which is 5 kms away from the town of Bhimavaram. In continuance to the legacy of social responsibility the Chairman, Sri. K. V. Vishnu Raju, transformed the ancestral house of the founder Chairman into a Knowledge Centre with an aspiration to provide quality primary education to children from rural schools where infrastructural and laboratory facilities are not available. The Knowledge Centre has the capacity to accommodate 120 students and is equipped with physics, chemistry, biology and computer laboratories to facilitate students from VI to X classes to gain knowledge through first hand experimentation. Apart from this, the Knowledge centre has a well stocked library, computers with internet facility, LCD Projectors and teaching audio-visual aids, scientific equipment and models, and CDs of related subjects for classes from VI to X standard. The teaching program is planned to cover all the zilla parishad schools located within 15 kms radius from the Knowledge Centre. Through this program, the Centre is providing quality education to these students free of cost. The students from each of these schools attend the Knowledge Centre and get experimental training in their respective subjects. The Knowledge Centre is providing free transportation to all these children. Every year 10000 students from 24 schools are utilizing this facility. Salient Features of the Knowledge Centre at Kumudavalli Village: Seminar Hall with audio-visual teaching aids. State-of-the-art computer Lab. Well equipped Physics, Chemistry and Biological Sciences Laboratories Modern Library Transport Facility between schools and the centre Our students are deputed to the Knowledge Centre to give training to the students. 

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