School:JNTUA College of Engineering Pulivendula

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Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur (JNTU) College of Engineering (CEP) autonomous Pulivendula , was established in 2006, as the fourth constituent college of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. It is a part of JNTU-Anantapur till 2013. From the academic year 2013-14 the college is autonomous

Motto in English
Efforts are skillfulness in action
Established 2006
Principal Proffessor Govindarajulu
Location Pulivendula, Andhra Pradesh, India
Campus Suburban

Aspect #1: Promoting Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship


  The Institute has 175 acres land. The built up area is 22,320.00 Sq.m. At present the institute has adequate building accommodation to house all the academic programs offered at the campus. The Institute has created state-of-the-art infrastructure in terms of class-rooms, furniture, teaching aids, laboratories, equipment, library, etc. The various infrastructural facilities available in the institute include 10 teaching departments, 02 hostels for boys, 2 hostels for girls, central library, 5 departmental libraries, an administrative block, health center, cafeteria, own water works, RO systems for providing potable water, a Bank and sports grounds. 

Academic Facilities

800 computer and 9 servers.

Student Machine ratio 1:3 English Language Laborartory 24/7 centralized computer centerd Opened Beyond college hours

Internet facility through 45mbps leased line(BSNL)

Campus wide network with connectivity including hostels

Spacious and well furnished laborartories are made available

Well connected wide roads to all academic blocks, administartive buildings and hostels

Enough Space for improvement.

Aspect #2: Encouraging faculty innovation and entrepreneurship

Freedom to staff

   All the teaching faculty members have the freedom to select the academic programmes depending of their interest for attending to academic workshops, seminars, conferences etc. Further college encourages all the teaching staff by allowing them to attend any academic programme by providing financial assistance in the form of TA, DA & Registration fee. In addition to this, their absence to attend the programmes will be treated as on duty.
             All the faculty members are encouraged for applying UGC/MHRD/AICTE/DST etc. for funding under different schemes. College is encouraging young staff members to do their Ph.D programme by deputation to reputed higher learning institutions (IITs/NITs). In addition to this, provision also provided to register for their Ph.Ds in the same University /other Universities as part time candidates. Further to encourage the teaching staff, they are exempted from paying the tuition fee for their Ph.Ds.
         Teaching staff members are given freedom to organize the lecturers/ workshops in their interested field by inviting experts from reputed institutions by providing financial assistance from the college funds. They have also the freedom to coordinate with the students in the conduct of student paper contest, workshops/ symposia etc.

Aspect #3: Actively supporting the university technology transfer function

Administration role

    Subject to the existing provision in the bye-laws of respective college and rules laid down by the state government, the governing body of the above colleges shall have powers to: 
Fix the fees and other charges payable by the students of the college on the recommendations of the Finance Committee.
Institute scholarships, fellowships, studentships, medals, prizes and certificates on the recommendations of the Academic Council.
Approve institution of new programmes of study leading to degrees and/or diplomas.
Perform such other functions and institute committees, as may be necessary and deemed fit for the proper development, and fulfill the objectives for which the college has been declared.

Aspect #4: Facilitating University-Industry Transfer

Best Practices in Curricular Aspects

             Quality enhancement measures undertaken by the institution during the last six years in curricular aspects 
Organization of training programs for faculty whenever new courses are introduced .
Organization and skill development programs in communication skills and computer skills.
External paper setting and evaluation system in examinations.
Introduction of student and teacher feedback mechanism .
Providing expert lectures through NPTEL videos and QEEE programmes.
Conducting of mock practice test for various competitive exams.
Introducing of Comprehensive Online examination.
Implementing the guide lines of UGC and AICTE.
Organization of remedial classes.
Educational and industrial tours.
Organization of seminars and workshops.
Use of Charts, maps, models in the class rooms.
Providing a seminar hall with LCD projector for each department.
Providing video conferencing facilities in each department.

Aspect #5: Engaging with regional and socio-economic development efforts

National Service Scheme

    An authorized two units of NSS under aegis of J.N.T.Univerity Anantapur, Anantapur has been evolved in our institution and functioning properly, a designated program officer is looking after the responsibilities of NSS unit. Students who are having philanthropic nature are joining in this units. As a part the activities of NSS units the college is regularly organizing certain development program like 

Blood donation campaign.
Awareness camp on HIV-AIDS.
Awareness camp on Breast feeding.
Free medical camp to poor children.
Awareness camp on Yoga and spiritual aspects.
Clean and Green.
Swachaabharath programme.
Conducting youth festivals and.
Plantation of sapling.



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