SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

 
SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust’s
SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
         Krishnadevaraya Nagar, Hunasamaranahalli,
      Off International Airport Road, Bengaluru – 562 157.
   (Approved by AICTE, New Delhi, Affiliated to VTU Belagavi)
               (ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution)

                           Hand Book for 2018-2019

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SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
“To make our country great, self-supporting and strong, work hard,
              work harder work with efficiency, work in a co-operative spirit and
              work with a team spirit.”
                                                                          Sir M Visvesvaraya

                                       Vision
  To be a centre of excellence in technical and management education
 
  concurrently focusing on disciplined and integrated development of personality
  through quality education, sports, cultural and co-curricular activities.
  To promote transformation of students into better human beings, responsible
 
  citizens and competent professionals to serve as a valuable resource for
  industry, work environment and society.

                                          MISSION
 T o impart quality technical education, provide state-of-art facilities, achieve high quality in
    teaching-learning & research and encourage extra & co-curricular activities.
 T o stimulate in students a spirit of inquiry and desire to gain knowledge and
  skills to meet the changing needs that can enrich their lives.
 T o provide opportunity and resources for developing skills for employability and
  entrepreneurship, nurturing leadership qualities, imbibing professional ethics
  and societal commitment.
 T o create an ambience and nurture conducive environment for dedicated and
  quality staff to up-grade their knowledge & skills and disseminate the same to
  students on a sustainable long term basis.
 T o facilitate effective interaction with the industries, alumni and research
  institutions.

                                   QUALITY POLICY
 e shall consistently endeavour to achieve high standards of quality in technical
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education and integrated personality development of students so as to meet the
continuing demands of the society .

Ragging Free Campus                                       Tobacco-free
              Ragging
                                                            Campus
                                                     For better health,
                                                     smoking and use of
                                                     tobacco products
                                                     are      prohibited
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      Ragging is a Cr ime                            property

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SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1ST sEMESTER CLAS TIME TABLE (PHYSICS / cHEMISTRY CUCLE)
    CLASS: “ ________“ Section Branch Code:                Roll No:                   Room No.:
    DAY             9.00 A.M.    9.55 A.M.      10.50 A.M.  11.00 A.M.    11.55 A.M.   12.40 P.M. 1.35 P.M. TO      2.30 PM.    3.25 P.M. TO
                       TO           TO              TO           TO           TO           TO       2.30 P.M.          TO         4.20 P.M.
                    9.55 A.M.   10.50 A.M.     11 .00 A.M.  11.55 A.M.    12.40 P.M.    1.35 P.M.                   3.25 P.M.
    MONDAY
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY
    THURSDAY

                                                Tea Break
    FRIDAY

                                                                           LUNCH BREAK
    SATURDAY
     SI.        Subject        Code     Nome of the staff     SI.      Subject           Code   Nome of the staff      Lab/         Code
     NO                                    handling           No                                   handling          Wcrkshoc
      1                                                        5
      2                                                        6
      3                                                        7
      4                                                        8

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                                           2nd sEMESTER CLAS TIME TABLE (PHYSICS / cHEMISTRY CUCLE)
    CLASS: “ ________“ Section Branch Code:                Roll No:                   Room No.:
    DAY             9.00 A.M.    9.55 A.M.     10.50 A.M.   11.00 A.M.    11.55 A.M.   12.40 P.M. 1.35 P.M. TO      2.30 PM.    3.25 P.M. TO
                       TO           TO              TO           TO           TO           TO       2.30 P.M.          TO         4.20 P.M.
                    9.55 A.M.   10.50 A.M.     11 .00 A.M.  11.55 A.M.    12.40 P.M.    1.35 P.M.                   3.25 P.M.
    MONDAY
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY
    THURSDAY

                                                Tea Break
    FRIDAY
                                                                           LUNCH BREAK

    SATURDAY
     SI.        Subject        Code     Nome of the staff     SI.      Subject           Code   Nome of the staff      Lab/         Code
     NO                                    handling           No                                   handling          Wcrkshoc
      1                                                        5
      2                                                        6
      3                                                        7
      4                                                        8
SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
                       Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19
            Outcome Based Education (OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
                        (Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)

                            I SEMESTER Bachelor of Engineering
               Three week long mandatory non- credit Induction Program
For the UG students entering the institution, right at the start. Normal classes start only after
                           the Induction program is completed.
Preamble
Engineering institutions are set up to generate well trained manpower in engineering with a
feeling of responsibility towards oneself, one’s family, and society. However, often, the incoming
undergraduate students are driven by their parents and society to join engineering without
understanding their own interests and talents. As a result, most students fail to link up with the
goals of their own institution.
      Students who enter an institution, will have come with diverse thoughts, backgrounds and
preparations. It is important to help them adjust to the new environment, open them up, set
a healthy daily routine, create bonding in the batch as well as between faculty and students,
develop awareness, sensitivity and understanding of the self, people around them, society at large
and nature, and inculcate in them the ethos of the institution with a sense of larger purpose.
      The graduating student must have knowledge and skills in the area of his/her study. Character
needs to be nurtured as an essential quality by which he/she would understand and fulfill his/her
responsibility as an engineer, a citizen and a human being. Besides the above, several meta-skills
and underlying values are needed.
Therefore, a Program is needed to

   help the newly joined students feel comfortable,
   sensitize them towards exploring their academic interests andactivities,
   train them to work for excellence,
   build relations between teachers and students,
   impart a broader view of life,
   build character,
   develop awareness and sensitivity to Human Values,
   create feeling of equality, compassion and oneness,
   develop attention to society and nature.
An induction program for the UG students entering the institution, right at the start, serves the
purpose. The program also makes them reflect on their relationship with their families and extended
family in the college (with hostel stayand others). It also connects students with each other and
with teachers so that they can share any dificulty they might be facing and seek help.
The Induction Program can also be used to rectify some critical lacunas, for example, English
background, for those students who have deficiency in it.

Activities of the induction program
Induction program includes;
Physical Activity, Creative Arts, Universal Human Values, Literary, Proficiency Modules, Lectures by
Eminent People, Visits to Local Area, Familiarization to Department/Branch and Innovations, etc.
      For more details refer to “A Guide to Induction Program”, Page – 31, Model Curriculum for
Undergraduate Degree Courses in Engineering and Technology, January 2018, Volume I, published
by AICTE, New Delhi.

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SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
                            Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19
                  Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
                              (Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)
                                     I SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (PHYSICS GROUP)
 Sl. Course and           Course Title          Teaching         Paper         Teaching Hours                           Examination
 No Course Code                                 Department       Setting           /Week
                                                                 Board

                                                                                                    Practical/

                                                                                                                                                                  Credits
                                                                                                                                                    Total Marks
                                                                                                     Drawing
                                                                               Lecture
                                                                                         Tutorial

                                                                                                                            CIE Marks

                                                                                                                                        SEE Marks
                                                                               Theory

                                                                                                                 Duration
                                                                                                                 inhours
                                                                                 L         T           P
1       BSC    18MAT11    Calculus and Linear   Mathematics      Maths           3         2           --          03        40          60         100              4
                          Algebra
2       BSC    18PHY12    Engineering Physics   Physics          Physics         3         2           --          03        40          60         100              4
3       ESC    18ELE13    Basic Electrical      E and E          E and E         2         2           --          03        40          60         100              3
                          Engineering           Engineering      Engineering
4       ESC    18CIV14  Elements of Civil       Civil            Civil           2         2           --          03        40          60         100              3
                        Engineering and         Engineering      Engineering
                        Mechanics
5       ESC    18EGDL15 Engineering             ME, Auto, IP,    Mechanical      2         --           2          03        40          60         100              3
                        Graphics                IEM, Mfg         Engineering
                                                Engineering
6       BSC    18PHYL16 Engineering Physics     Physics          Physics         --        --           2          03        40          60         100              1
                        Lab.
7       ESC    18ELEL17 Basic Electrical        E and E          E and E         --        --           2          03        40          60         100              1
                        Engineering             Engineering      Engineering
                        Laboratory
8       HSMC   18EGHL18 Technical English-I     Humanities       Humanities     --        --  2                    --        40 60 100 1
                                                                        Total 12         08 08                   23         320 480 800 20

                                   II SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (chemistry GROUP)
 Sl. Course and           Course Title          Teaching         Paper         Teaching Hours                           Examination
 No Course Code                                 Department       Setting           /Week
                                                                 Board
                                                                                                    Practical/

                                                                                                                                                                  Credits
                                                                                                                                                    Total Marks
                                                                                                     Drawing
                                                                               Lecture
                                                                                         Tutorial

                                                                                                                            CIE Marks

                                                                                                                                        SEE Marks
                                                                               Theory

                                                                                                                 Duration
                                                                                                                 inhours

                                                                                 L         T           P
    1   BSC    18MAT21    Advanced Calculus     Mathematics      Maths           3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
                          and Numerical
                          Methods
    2   BSC    18PHY22    Engineering           Chemistry        Chemistry       3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
                          Chemistry
    3   ESC    18ELE23    C Programming for     Computer         Computer        2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                          Problem Solving       Science and      Science and
                                                Engineering      Engineering
    4   ESC    18CIV24    Basic Electronics     ECE/E and        E and C         2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                                                I/ TC            Engineering
    5   ESC    18EGDL25 Elements of             ME, Auto,        Mechanical      2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                        Mechanical              IP, IEM, Mfg     Engineering
                        Engineering             Engineering
    6   BSC    18PHYL26 Engineering             Chemistry        Chemistry       --        --           2           3        40          60         100              1
                        Chemistry
                        Laboratory
    7   ESC    18ELEL27 C Programming         Computer      Computer      --    --   2                              3        40          60         100              1
                        Laboratory            Science and   Science and
                                              Engineering   Engineering
  8 HSMC       18EGHL28 Technical English– II Humanities    Humanities    --    --   2                             --        40 60                  100 1
                                                                   Total 12 10       6                             23       320 480                 800 20
Note: BSC: Basic Science, ES: Engineering Science, HSMC: Humanity and Social Science.
Definition of Credit:     1 hour Lecture (L) per week per semester = 1 Credit 2 hour Tutorial (T) per week per
                          semester = 1Credit
                          2 hour Practical/Laboratory/Drawing (P) per week per semester = 1Credit.

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SIR M. VISVESVARAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
                            Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19
                  Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
                              (Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)
                                    I SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (chemitry GROUP)
 Sl. Course and          Course Title           Teaching        Paper Setting Teaching Hours                              Examination
 No Course Code                                 Department      Board             /Week

                                                                                                      Practical/

                                                                                                                                                                    Credits
                                                                                                                                                      Total Marks
                                                                                                       Drawing
                                                                                 Lecture
                                                                                           Tutorial

                                                                                                                              CIE Marks

                                                                                                                                          SEE Marks
                                                                                 Theory

                                                                                                                   Duration
                                                                                                                   inhours
                                                                                   L         T           P
1    BSC      18MAT11    Calculus and Linear    Mathematics     Mathematics        3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
                         Algebra
2    BSC      18CHE12    Engineering            Chemistry       Chemistry          3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
                         Chemistry
3    ESC      18CPS13    C Programming for      Computer        Computer           2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                         Problem Solving        Science and     Science and
                                                Engineering     Engineering
4    ESC      18ELN14    Basic Electronics      ECE/E and I/    E and C            2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                                                TC              Engineering

5    ESC      18ME15     Elements of            ME, Auto,       Mechanical         2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                         Mechanical             IP, IEM, Mfg    Engineering
                         Engineering            Engineering
6    BSC      18CHEL16   Engineering            Chemistry       Chemistry          --        --           2           3        40          60         100              1
                         Chemistry
                         Laboratory
7    ESC      18CPL17    C Programming          Computer        Computer           --        --           2           3        40          60         100              1
                         Laboratory             Science and     Science and
                                                Engineering     Engineering
8    HSMC     18EGHL18 Technical English– I     Humanities      Humanities         --       --            2          --        40 60                  100 1
                                                                         Total     12       10            6          23       320 480                 800 20

                                        I SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (physics GROUP)
 Sl. Course and          Course Title           Teaching        Paper Setting Teaching Hours                              Examination
 No Course Code                                 Department      Board             /Week
                                                                                                      Practical/

                                                                                                                                                                    Credits
                                                                                                                                                      Total Marks
                                                                                                       Drawing
                                                                                 Lecture
                                                                                           Tutorial

                                                                                                                              CIE Marks

                                                                                                                                          SEE Marks
                                                                                 Theory

                                                                                                                   Duration
                                                                                                                   inhours

                                                                                   L         T           P
1    BSC      18MAT21    Advanced Calculus      Mathematics     Mathematics        3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
                         and Numerical
                         Methods
2    BSC      18PHY22    Engineering Physics    Physics         Physics            3         2           --           3        40          60         100              4
3    ESC      18ELE23    Basic Electrical       E and E         E and E            2         2                        3        40          60         100              3
                         Engineering            Engineering     Engineering
4    ESC      18CIV24  Elements of Civil        Civil           Civil              2         2           --           3        40          60         100              3
                       Engineering and          Engineering     Engineering
                       Mechanics
5    ESC      18EGDL25 Engineering              ME, Auto,       Mechanical         2         --           2           3        40          60         100              3
                       Graphics                 IP, IEM, Mfg    Engineering
                                                Engineering
6    BSC      18PHYL26 Engineering Physics      Physics         Physics            --        --           2           3        40          60         100              1
                       Laboratory
7    ESC      18ELEL27 Basic Electrical      E and E            E and E            --        --           2           3        40          60         100              1
                       Engineering           Engineering        Engineering
                       Laboratory
8    HSMC     18EGHL28 Technical English– II Humanities     Humanities      --        2                              --        40 60 100 1
                                                                    Total 12    08 08                              23         320 480 800 20
Note: BSC: Basic Science, ES: Engineering Science, HSMC: Humanity and Social Science.
Definition of Credit:    1 hour Lecture (L) per week per semester = 1 Credit 2 hour Tutorial (T) per week per
                         semester = 1Credit
                         2 hour Practical/Laboratory/Drawing (P) per week per semester = 1Credit.

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Computation of SGPA and CGPA:
(i)  The
        University adopts absolute grading system wherein the marks are converted to grades,
     and every semester results will be declared with semester grade point average (SGPA) and
     Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). The CGPA will be calculated for every semester,
     except for the first semester.
(ii)  The
         grading system with the letter grades and the assigned range of marks under absolute
     grading system are as given below:
       Level      Outstanding     Excellent    Very        Good        Above      Average         Fail
                                               Good                   Average
 Letter Grade          S             A           B           C           D           E             F
 Grade Points          10            9           8           7           6           4            00
 Percentage of        ≥ 90          < 90        < 80       < 70         < 60        < 50         < 40
 Marks Scored                       ≥ 80        ≥ 70        ≥ 60        ≥ 50        ≥ 40
 in a Course
                    (90 -100)     (80 - 89)   (70 - 79)   (60 - 69)   (45 - 59)   (40 - 44)     (0 - 39)

A student obtaining Grade ‘F’ in a Course shall be considered failed and is required to reappear in
subsequent SEE. Whatever the letter grade secured by the student during his / her reappearance
shall be retained. However the number of attempts taken to clear a Course shall be indicated in
the grade cards/ transcripts.
Minimum Attendance Requirement:
85% in each subject during the period from the first to last working day of a semester as prescribed
by the University by its calendar of events.
Internal Assessment Marks:
Theory: Maximum IA Marks is 40. Out of this, 30 Marks is for the performance in the IA Tests (average
of 3 tests) and 10 Marks is for Assignment, Quiz, seminar etc.
Laboratory: Minimum IA Marks 50% failing which a candidate shall not be eligible to take the
corresponding practical subject in the university exam.
Promotion to higher semester:
Eligibility to ODD semester: failing in not more than 4 subjects of previous 2 semesters and passing
in all subjects of preceding year. However, no such restrictions for movement from ODD to EVEN
semester, provided the candidate satisfies the attendance requirement of ODD semester.

                                Important Contact Numbers
       Name and Address               Phone               Name and Address                     Phone
                                     Number                                                   Number

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR ODD SEMESTER: 2018-19
           EVENTS                     DATES                          REMARKS
FRESHERS DAY                  04/08/2018             INAUGURAL FUNCTION FOR NEWLY
                                                     ADMITTED STUDENTS
COMMENCEMENT OF 3 WEEK         06/08/2018 TO         Physical activity, Creative Arts,
MANDATORY INDUCTION            25/08/2018            Universal Human values, Lectures
PROGRAM                                              from Eminent persons, Trip,
                                                     Proficiency Modules etc.
INDEPENDENCE DAY               15-08-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
BAKRID                         22-08-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
COMMENCEMENT OF FIRST          27/08/2018            REGULAR THEORY & PRACTICAL
SEMESTER CLASSES.                                    CLASSES AS PER TIME TABLE.
GANESHA CHATURTHI              13-09-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
VERVE                          17-09-2018            Annual Intra college cultural Fest
MUHARRAM                       21-09-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENT-1     25–09-2018            For CIE 10 Marks
FIRST IA TEST                  27,28&29 - Sept’2018  For CIE 30 Marks
GANDHI JAYANTHI                02-10-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
MAHALAYA AMAVASYA              08-10-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
Display of IA Marks &          09-10-2018            1st CIE and Attendance upto
Attendance                                           30-09-2018
DESPATCH OF PROGRESS           10-10-2018            Statement of attendance & IA Marks
REPORT TO PARENTS                                    will be sent to Parents via SMS
KALANJALI                      12&13 - Oct’2018      Annual Inter college cultural Fest
AYUDHA POOJA                   18-10-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
VIJAYADASHAMI                  19-10-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENT-2     20- 10- 2018          For CIE 10 Marks
SECOND IA TEST                 22,23&25- Oct’2018    For CIE 30 Marks
VALMIKI JAYANTHI               24-10-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
KANNADA RAJYOTSAVA             01-11-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
Display of IA Marks            02-11-2018            2nd CIE and Attendance upto
& Attendance                                         31-10-2018
DESPATCH OF PROGRESS           03-11-2018            Statement of attendance & IA Marks
REPORT TO PARENTS                                    will be sent to Parents via SMS
NARAKA CHATURDASHI             06-11-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
BALIPADYAMI                    08-11-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENT-3     17-11-2018            For CIE 10 Marks
THIRD IA TEST                  19, 20 & 22 –Nov’2018 For CIE 30 Marks
Id MILAD                       21-11-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
KANAKADASA JAYANTHI            26-11-2018            GENERAL HOLIDAY
Display of IA Marks &          30-12-2018            3rdCIE and Attendance upto
Attendance                                           30-11-2018
Despatch Of Progress Report To 01-12-2018            Statement of attendance & IA Marks
Parents                                              will be sent to Parents via SMS
Last working day of odd
semester
Semester End Exam (Practical)
Semester End Exam (Theory)
Commencement of Even
semester classes

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ABOUT THE TRUST
Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust (SRI KET):

The trust is the backbone of our institute.The commitment and leadership qualities fo the
members of Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust make the Educational experience most
valuable and future oriented. Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust provides quality education
through selfless service. It was established in 1985 by a group of 19 philanthropists with the
sole objective of imparting quality technical education. The professional colleges run by
Sri KET includes Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Krishnadevaraya College of Dental
Sciences (KCDS) and Sir M V School of Architecture.

                                  ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology-Bengaluru, is one of the leading technical institutes
established in 1986, having completed its silver jubilee. The institute has spacious campus
covering about 133 acres.      The lush green ambience of Sir MVIT makes the campus, free
from pollution. Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology is recognized by AICTE, New Delhi,
approved by Government of Karnataka and is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University
(VTU), Belagavi, and ISO Certified. The institute offers 9 Undergraduate, 5 Postgraduate courses
along with   8 Research and consultancy activities in most of the departments with provision
for Ph.D.
Affiliations, Accreditation and Rankings
hh    Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
hh    Recognized by Government of Karnataka
hh    An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution
hh    Accreditedby NAAC B++ Grade
hh    Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi
hh    Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (2014) New Delhi
hh    Certified by Scientific & Industrial Research Organizations (SIRO)

Unique features of SIRMVIT
hh    Strong academics, Consistent University Ranks, very high percentage of distinctions.
hh    Focus on Soft skills, personality Development &Top Placements with Highest Packages
hh     igital class rooms, well equipped Labs, WIFI enabled campus,Auditorium & Seminar
      D
      Hall.
hh    Industry Interactions & visits, internship program and live projects, Sir MVIT Incubation
       Center
hh    R&D projects funded by various agencies including AICTE, UGC, DST, VTU, MHRD etc.
hh    Susamskriti, a cultural forum, AbhiKalpana - an NGO, Individual Department forums
hh    Excellent Indoor and Outdoor Sports Facilities.
hh    Strong ties with our Vibrant Alumni.
hh    Women Empowerment Cell

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COURSES OFFERED
The Institute offers courses in the following disciplines with the intake shown
against each of them.

                                  Total intake is 998

                    Under Graduate (UG) Courses                  Sanctioned Intake

      B.E. in Computer Science & Engineering                           120

      B.E. in Information Science & Engineering                         60

      B.E. in Electronics & Communication Engineering                  120

      B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering                   120

      B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering                             60

      B.E. in Mechanical Engineering                                   120

      B.E. in Biotechnology                                             60

      B.E. in Industrial Engineering& Management                        30

      B.E. in Civil Engineering                                         60

                     Post Graduate (PG) Courses                  Sanctioned Intake

      Master of Computer Applications [MCA]                             60

      Master of Business Administration [mba]                          120

      M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (Computer                       25
      Integrated Manufacturing )

      M.Tech.inElectronics & Communication Engineering                  25
      (Electronics)

      M.Tech. in Biotechnology                                          18
      (Biotechnology & Biochemical Engineering)

                                  RESEARCH CENTERS
           Department of Mechanical Engineering

           Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

           Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

           Department of Computer Science & Engineering

           Department of Information Science & Engineering

           Department of Biotechnology

           Department of Basic Sciences & MBA

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Institutional organization
                                          Principal
        Name                 Qualification              Designation          Contact No
Dr.V. R. Manjunath B.E., M.Tech(IITB)., Ph.D(IITB)  Principal            080-28467248
                               HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENT
 Sl.            Name                  Qualification                  Department
No
 1. Mr. H.P.Mahendra Babu         B.E., M.E.          Dept. of Civil Engg.
 2.   Dr. Shanmukharadhya             B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D     Dept. of Mech. and IEM
 3.   Dr. H. L. Suresh                M.E,Ph.D.              Dept. of Elect. Engg.
 4.   Dr. R. SundaraGuru              A.M.IE., M.E., Ph.D    Dept. of Elns. Engg.
 5.   Dr. E. Kavitha                  B.E., M.E., Ph.D       Dept. of Telecom.
 6.   Dr.G.C.Bhanu Prakash            B.E., M.S., Ph.D       Dept. of Computer Sc. & Engg.
 7.   Dr. VijayaKarthik P.            B.E., M.E., Ph.D       Dept. of Information Sc. & Engg.
 8.   Dr.H.G.Nagendra                 B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D     Dept. of Biotechnology
 9.   Dr.G.M. Krishnaiah              B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D     Dept. of Chemistry
10.   Dr. Hariharan Nalatore          B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D     Dept. of Physics
11.   Mr.U.S. Hegde                   B.Sc., M.Sc.           Dept. of Mathematics
12.   Dr.Manjula Sanjay Koti          MCA, M.Phil, Ph.D    Dept. of Master of Computer
                                                           Applications
13.   Dr.Sandya Suswaram              B.Sc., MBA, M.Phil., Dept. of Master of Business Administration
                                      Ph.D
14.   Dr. Rajesh Y. H.                M.PED, Ph.D.           Physical Education Director
15.   Mr. Ravish P.Y.                 B.Sc., M.LISc          Library & Information Centre
                                Training and placement officer
               Name                      Qualification           Designation      Contact No
      Prof. S. H. Khan                M.Sc. MBA,              PLACEMENT OFFICER 65679740
                                      PGDPM & IRSDHRM
                                  Manager administration
         Name                   Qualification    Designation                     Contact No
Mr. Narayan M.Shetty           MA             MANAGER                      28477024/25/26 Ext;106
                                      Manager transport
         Name                    Qualification      Designation                  Contact No
Mr. C.BabuRaju                 M.A.            ASSISTANTMANAGER             28477024/25/26 Ext;207
                                          security chief
         Name                    Qualification        Designation                Contact No
T. JaganmohanReddy             MBA               ESTATEOFFICER             9535512345
                                       warden boys hostel
           Name                   Qualification     Designation                  Contact No
Mr.Elaiyaraja                  B.Tech           Warden                     28477027 /7760011769
                                       wardens ladies hostel
          Name                    Qualification         Designation           Contact No
Dr.VShanta                     B.E., M.Sc., Engg  Warden                28477027 /7760011874
                               Ph.D
Ms.Dhanalakshmi                B.Com., M. Com     Asst. Resident Warden 28467247 /7760011713
Mrs. Savithri R                DCSE                   Asst. Resident Warden 9886371052

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FACULTY LIST
                              Department of Civil Engineering
Sl. No               Name of the Staff                Qualification                 Designation
   1.    Dr.V.R.Manjunath                     B.E., M.Tech (IITB)., Ph.D(IITB) Principal
   2.    Mr. H.P. Mahendra Babu               B.E., M.E.                       Associate Professor
                                                                               & HOD I/C
  3.     Mr. K.V.R.Prasad                     B.E., M.E.                       Associate Professor
  4.     Dr. S.Shivanna                       B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D               Associate Professor
  5.     Dr.H.Ravi kumar.                     B.E., M.E., Ph.D                 Associate Professor
  6.     Dr. Chinmayee                        B.E., M.E., Ph.D                 Associate Professor
  7.     Ms. Anitha Jayaraman                 B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  8.     Ms.Pradeepa.S.                       B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  9.     Ms.Ramya.                            B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
 10.     Ms.Tamil Selvi N.                    B.E., M.E.                       Assistant Professor
 11.     Ms. Vyshanavi D.R                    B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
 12.     Ms.Ajilin.R                          B.E., M.E.                       Assistant Professor
 13.     Ms.Bhavya                            B.E., M.E.                       Assistant Professor
 14.     Ms.Saranya S                         B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
                           Department of Mechanical Engineering
Sl. No              Name of the Staff               Qualification                  Designation
   1.    Dr.Shanmukharadhya                  B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D               Professor& HOD
   2.    Dr.V.Shantha.                       B.E., M.Sc., Engg, Ph.D          Professor
   3.    Dr. D.N.Drakshayani                 B.Sc., M.Sc. Engg. Ph.D          Professor
   4.    Dr. Prasad A.J.K.                   B.Sc., M.Tech, Ph.D              Associate Professor
   5.    Dr.G.Balakumar                      B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D               Associate Professor
   6.    Mr.K.S.Manoharan                    B.E., M.Tech                     Associate Professor
   7.    Mr.Mohan chandran.                  B.Sc., M.Tech.                   Associate Professor
   8.    Mr.S.B.Halesh                       B.E., M.Tech                     Associate Professor
   9.    Mr.Janardhana K                     B.E., M.Tech                     Associate Professor
  10.    Mr. Mahaboob BashaD                 B.E., M.Tech                     Associate Professor
  11.    Mr. Ramesh Guledagudda.             B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  12.    Mr. PrashanthL                      B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  13.    Mr. S.H.Prashanth                   B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  14.    Mr.Hanumanthray Gowda M.B           B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  15.    Mr. Shivakumar S.                   B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  16.    Mr. Kiran kumar.                    B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  17.    Mr.Chethan D.                       B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  15.    Mr.M.Nataraja.                      B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  16.    Mr.Chandrasekhar. B                 B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  18.    Mr.Yeshvantha H.S                   B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  19.    Mr. KumarswamyR.                    B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  20.    Mr.Sampath Kumar                    B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  21.    Mr.Madhu Kumar K.                   B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  22.    Mrs.Veena B.G.                      B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  23.    Mr.KarthikM.                        B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  24.    Mr.Ramesh Konaraddy                 B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor
  25.    Ms.Asha Rani                        B.E., M.Tech                     Assistant Professor

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Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
Sl. No             Name of the Staff               Qualification     Designation
   1.    Mr. Khalique Ejaz Ahmed            B.E., M.Tech         Associate Professor
   2.    Mr.Nagesh B.M.                     B.E., MSc (Engg)     Associate Professor

                    Department of Electrical   & Electronics Engineering
Sl. No              Name of the Staff                  Qualification        Designation
   1.    Dr. H.L. Suresh                        B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D     Professor & HOD
   2.    Mr. M.S.Suresh                         B.E., M.Tech           Associate Professor
   3.    Mr. C.V.Mohan                          B.E., M.E.             Associate Professor
   4.    Ms.D.Beula                             B.E., M.E.             Associate Professor
   5.    Ms. R. Subha                           B.Tech, M.Tech         Associate Professor
   6.    Mr.Shivapriyan Rajendran               B.E., M.Tech           Associate Professor
   7.    Ms.Sumalatha.                          B.Tech, M.Tech         Assistant Professor
   8.    Ms.Rekha Radhakrishnan                 B.Tech, M.Tech         Assistant Professor
   9.    Ms.Nayana.B.R.                         B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  10.    Ms.Kumaraswamy.R.                      B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Bindiya Tyagi.                      B.E., M.Sc. (Engg)     Assistant Professor
  12.    Ms. Nanda Shivamoggi.                  B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  13.    Ms.Anchal.C.                           B.Tech, M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  14.    Ms.Janaki B Borad                      B.E., M.E.             Assistant Professor
  15.    Ms.Ragha       Sudha                   B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  16.    Mr.Manohar Varma K V M                 B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  17.    Mr. Kiran Kumar M K                    B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  18.    Mr.Nitin Kumar Reddy K N               B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  19.    Ms. Vidya Shree N A                    B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  20.    Ms. Thanuja M                          B Tech M.Tech          Assistant Professor
  21.    Ms.Sreedevi K                          B.E M.Tech             Assistant Professor
  22.    Ms.Reshma T M                          B Tech M.Tech          Assistant Professor
  23.    Mr.Keshava Raju.C                      B E M.Tech             Assistant Professor
  24.    Ms. Shushma.S.M                        B E M.Tech             Assistant Professor

                     Department of Information Science & Engineering
Sl. No              Name of the Staff               Qualification           Designation
   1.    Dr.Vijayakarthik.P.                 B.E., M.E., Ph.D          Professor& HOD
   2.    Dr. S.N.Sheshappa                   B.E., M.E., Ph.D          Associate Professor
   3.    Dr.Vani Priya C.H.                  B.SC., M.E., M.C.A., Ph.D Associate Professor
   4.    Mr.Raghav.S.                        B.E., M.Tech              Associate Professor
   5.    Mr.Vijaya kumar.Y.M.                B.E., M.Tech              Assistant Professor
   6.    Mr.Byregowda. B.K.                  B.E., M.Tech              Assistant Professor
   7.    Ms.Suguna.M.K.                      B.E., M.E.                Assistant Professor
   8.    Ms.Shantha H.Biradar..              B.E., M.Tech              Assistant Professor
   9.    Mr.Manohar.R.                       B.E., M.Tech              Assistant Professor
  10.    Ms.Rashmi Amardeep                  B.E., M.S.                Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Padmini.C.                       B.E., M.E.                Assistant Professor
  12.    Ms.Smitha Patil                     B.E., M.Tech              Assistant Professor

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Department of Telecommunication Engineering
Sl. No               Name of the Staff             Qualification        Designation
   1.    Dr. E. Kavitha                      B.E., M.E., Ph.D     Professor& HOD
   2.    Dr.K.Roopa                          B.E., M.Tech. Ph.D   Associate Professor
   3.    Ms. Savitha.A. Harkude              B.E., M.E.           Associate Professor
   4.    Ms.Kalaiarasi.M.                    B.E., M.E.           Assistant Professor
   5.    Mr. A.R.Ravindra                    B.E.                 Assistant Professor
   6.    Mr.Subra Chakraborty.               B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
   7.    Ms.Divyarani.M.S                    B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
   8.    Ms.Srilakshmi T                     B.Tech, M.Tech       Assistant Professor
   9.    Ms. Padma Gayathri                  B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  10.    Mr. Pradeep Kumar                   B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Suma L                           B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
               Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Sl. No              Name of the Staff             Qualification       Designation
   1.    Dr.R.Sundaraguru                  A.M.IE., M.E., Ph.D  Professor& HOD
   2.    Dr. Venkateswaran K               B.E., M.E., Ph.D     Associate Professor
   3.    Mr. Satish Kumar                  B.E., M.S.           Associate Professor
   4.    Ms. S.Krishna Priya               B.E., M.Tech         Associate Professor
   5.    Mr. R Nataraju                    B.E., M.Tech         Associate Professor
   6.    Ms.Vijayalakshmi Y                B.E., M.Tech         Associate Professor
   7.    Ms P. Shalini.                    B.E., M.Tech         Associate Professor
   8.    Ms.Safinaz.                       B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
   9.    Ms.Seema.S                        B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  10.    Mr.I.G.Naveen.                    B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Soumya.R. Nadgir               B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  12.    Mr. Phaninder Ravi.P.             B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  13.    Ms.Praveena.N..                   B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  14.    Ms.Bhuvaneswari.                  B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  15.    Ms.SwethaL.                       B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  16.    Ms. Rajeswari K.N.                B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  17.    Ms.Poongothai.C.                  B.E., M.E            Assistant Professor
  18.    Ms.Vijayashri V.Belgaonkar        B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  19.    Mrs.Sheetal Bageli                B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  20.    Mrs.Vani B.P                      B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  21.    Ms.Anju K Peter                   B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  22.    Ms.Mercy Prisilla.J               B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  23.    Mr. Shasibhushan                  B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  24.    Ms.Banurekha.K                    B.E., M.Tech         Assistant Professor
                                 Department of Chemistry
Sl. No             Name of the Staff                Qualification         Designation
  1.     Dr. G.M.Krishnaiah                  B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D      Professor& HOD
  2.     Mr. HM.Sathyananda                   B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil   Assistant Professor
  3.     Mr. Prashath.G.K.                    B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil   Assistant Professor
  4.     Dr. Anima Upadhyay.                  B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D     Assistant Professor
  5.     Mr. Mutthuraju. M                    B.Sc., M.Sc.           Assistant Professor

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Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Sl. No               Name of the Staff              Qualification          Designation
   1.    Dr.G.C.Bhanu Prakash                 B.E., M.S., Ph.D       Professor & HOD I/C
   2.    Dr. Suma Swamy                       B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D     Professor
   3.    Ms.Sheela Kathavathe.S.              B.E., M.S.             Associate Professor
   4.    Mr.B.C.Srinivasa.                    B.E., M.S.             Associate Professor
   5.    Ms.Pallivi. R.                       B.E., M.Tech           Associate Professor
   6.    Ms. B.N.Rekha                        B.E., M.Tech           Associate Professor
   7.    Dr.Savitha Choudhary                 B.E., M. Tech, Ph.D    Associate Professor
   8.    Mr. Elaiyaraj.P                      B.Tech                 Assistant Professor
   9.    Ms.Sowjanya lakshmi.A.               B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  10.    Ms.Ajina.A.                          B.E., M.E.             Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Sushila shidnal                   B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  12.    Mr.Revanasiddappa B.Bandi            B.E. M.Tech            Assistant Professor
  13.    Ms.Mayuari.                          B.E., M.Tech.          Assistant Professor
  14.    Mr.Ravi Kumar.H.R.                   B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  15.    Ms.Savitha.P.                        B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  16.    Ms.Mohamadi Ghousiya Kousar          B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  17.    Mr.Narendra Babu C.R                 B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  18.    Mrs.Dhivya V                         B.Tech, M.Tech         Assistant Professor
  19.    Ms. Supriya H S                      B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  20.    Ms.Monika Rani                       B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  21.    Ms. Sapna                            B.E., M.Tech           Assistant Professor
  22.    Mr. Shreyas Suresh Rao               B.E., M.S.             Assistant Professor
                              Department of Bio-Technology
Sl. No              Name of the Staff               Qualification             Designation
   1.    Dr. H.G.Nagendra                    B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D          Professor& HOD
   2.    Dr.Chandrashekar Naik               B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D          Professor
   3.    Dr.Mrinalini Menon                  B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D Associate Professor
   4.    Dr. Rajendra Singh.C.               B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D          Associate Professor
   5.    Dr.Priya Narayan                    B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D          Associate Professor
   6.    Ms.Niveditha                        B.E., M.E.                  Associate Professor
   7.    Mr.Jagadeesh Kumar.D.               B.Sc., M.Sc.                Assistant Professor
   8.    Ms.Sudevi Basu.                     B.E., M.Tech.               Assistant Professor
   9.    Mr.Manjunath.R                      B.E., M.Tech.               Assistant Professor
  10.    Ms.Rashmi.K.V.                      B.Sc., M.Sc.                Assistant Professor
  11.    Ms.Halima .R.                       B.Tech, M.Tech.             Assistant Professor
  12.    Mr.Ishwar Chandra.                  B.E., M.Tech.               Assistant Professor
                                  Department of Physics
Sl. No             Name of the Staff                Qualification             Designation
  1.     Dr. Hariharan Nalatore              B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D          Associate Professor
                                                                         & HoD
  2.     Dr. Asha Rao                          B.Sc.,   M.Sc., Ph.D      Professor
  3.     Mr. N.Sasi Kumar                      B.Sc.,   M.Sc.            Assistant Professor
  4.     Mrs. Purnimaa. N.Dixit                B.Sc.,   M.Sc.            Assistant Professor
  5.     Ms.Veena shivaprasad.                 B.Sc.,   M.Sc. /PGDCA     Assistant Professor
  6.     Mr. Dileep M.S                        B.Sc.,   M.Sc.            Assistant Professor

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DEPARTMENT OF MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS [MCA]
Sl. No                Name of the Staff                  Qualification          Designation
 1.      Dr.Manjula Sanjay Koti                     MCA, M.Phil, Ph.D       Professor& HOD
 2.      Ms. K.Lakshmi                              B.Sc., MCA, M.Phil      Associate Professor
 3.      Ms.Sujatha Anand                           B.Sc., MCA, M.Phil      Associate Professor
 4.      Ms.R.Latha                                 B.Sc., MCA, M.Phil      Associate Professor
 5.      Ms.Vani Harave.                            B.Sc., MCA, M.Phil      Assistant Professor
 6.      Sri. B.Muthuramalingam.                    B.Sc., MCA, M.Tech      Assistant Professor
 7.      Sri. Raghavendra Rao.B.G                   B.Sc., MCA              Assistant Professor
  8.     Sri. Vasantha.S                            B.Sc., MCA              Assistant Professor
  9.     Ms.Sneha Bharathi                          B.Sc., MCA              Assistant Professor
 10.     Mrs.Komala                                 B.Sc., MCA              Assistant Professor

              DEPARTMENT OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION [MBA]
Sl. No                Name of the Staff                  Qualification          Designation
  1.     Dr.Sandya Suswaram                         B.Sc., MBA, M.Phil, Ph.D Associate Professor
                                                                             & HoD I/C
  2.     Dr. G.Srinivasa                            B.Com., MBA, Ph.D        Associate Professor
  3.     Ms. Lakshmi.H                              B.E., MBA.               Assistant Professor
  4.     Mr.Harisha.B.S.                            BBM, MBA.                Assistant Professor
  5.     Mrs. Anuradha bhushan.                     B.Com., M.Com. MBA Assistant Professor
  6.     Mrs.Tania Thomas                           BCA, MBA                 Assistant Professor
  7.     Ms.Deepthi J.R                             B.E., MBA                Assistant Professor
  8.     Ms. Srilakshmi Venkat Rao                  B.Tech, MBA              Assistant Professor
  9.     Ms. Sudharani. B.N                         BBM, MBA                 Assistant Professor

                                          Department of MATHS
Sl. No                Name of the Staff                  Qualification          Designation
  1.     Ms. U.S.Hegde                             B.Sc., M.Sc.             Associate Professor
                                                                            & HOD
  2.     Dr.Gangadharaiah.Y.H                      B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D       Professor
  3.     Dr.S.K.Uma                                B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D       Professor &HOD.
  4.     Ms.S.Uma                                  B.Sc., M.Sc.             Associate Professor
  5.     Ms.Chaya.T.Y.                             B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor
  6.     Mr. Aravid.P.N                            B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor
  7.     Ms. R.N.Shubha                            B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor
  8.     Ms.Ishrath                                B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor
  9.     Ms.Malashree.S                            B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor
 10.     Ms.Chetana.M.B.                           B.Sc., M.Sc.             Assistant Professor

               Department of HUMANITIES (KANNADA,ENGLISH &CONSTUTION)
Sl. No                Name of the Staff                  Qualification           Designation
  1.     Mr. Prashantha B.B.                        B.Com., LLM             Assistant Professor

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AWARDS TO VTU RANK HOLDERS:
As an expression of appreciation and encouragement to the students, the Trust has extended
gold medal and cash award to the students who secure University Ranks in B.E., M. Tech., M.C.A.
and M.B.A. This is in recognition of their efforts to achieve academic excellence and bringing
laurels to the Institution.
   Gold Medal and Cash award of Rs.1 ,00,000/- for 1st Rank.
   Gold Medal and Cash award of Rs. 75,000/- for 2nd to 5th Rank.
   Gold Medal and Cash award of Rs. .50,000/- for 6th to10th Rank.
 Gold Medal and Cash award of Rs. 5000/-to the M. Tech. Rank Holders.

CASH AWARD TO STUDENTS WHO SECURE 80% AND ABOVE IN VTU EXAMS AND100% MARKS
ININDIVIDUAL SUBJECTS :
Cash prize of Rs. 500/- to each student who secures 80% –In case of BE, MCA and M.Tech. courses
and 70% and above in case of MBA course in aggregate in VTU examinations and 100% marks in
individual subjects.

CONSISTENT DISTINCTION HOLDERS - MEDALS AND CERTIFICATE OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Medals and Certificate of Academic Excellence to students who pass all the eight semester
examinations in Ist class with distinction.

SRI VENKATASWAMY RAJU ENDOWMENT AWARD
Sri K. Changama Raju, Trustee, Sri KET and Chairman, M/s. Hyagreeva Hotels & Resorts
P Ltd., Bangalore has instituted the cash award of Rs.5,000/- in the name of his brother Late
Sri K. Venkataswamy Raju to 1st Rank holder in BE declared by Visvesvaraya Technological
University.

Dr. D. R. RAJU ENDOWMENT PRIZE OF RS. 1,000/-

   Awarded to a student fulfilling the following conditions
   The student should belong to BE Course of any branch
   He/She should have passed all the semester examinations 1st to 8th in first attempt.
 He / She should have secured the highest marks in final Year 7th and 8th semester taken together
   examinations of the University among all the students of BE course of all braches.

Dr. M.S. Indira Cash Award of Rs.2,000/- to Electrical & Electronics Engineering Students

Instituted by Dr. M. S. Indira, former Principal to the student of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
who fulfil the following condition:
 The student should belong to Electrical & Electronics Engineering course.
   e/She should have passed all the semester examinations (1st to 8th) in first attempt with First
 H
  Class Distinction.
 The aggregate of all the semesters should be 80% and above.

Cash awards to the students who secure 100% marks in individual subject:
Cash award of Rs. 500/- will be given to the students who secure 100% marks in individual subject
in the recently declared University (results–February & July)

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General facilities for Students
Library: Library and information centre is centrally located with independent spacious block, with
an area of 1400.8sqm.Spread over two floors. Total seating capacity is 300 students at a time. The
library is having a collection of 64,897 volumes. The collection includes reference works such as
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Hand Books and Standards. The library has a stock of 1955 CDs/ DVDs
of books and Technical Periodicals and other Audio Visual (NPTL) resources.
The library works between 8-45 a.m to 9.00 p.m. the library is fully computerized with
WEB - enabled library software which facilitates within and outside campus. The Software has a
facility for Bar-coding for inventory and circulation control. In addition, through the library web
portal, links have been provided to some of the science, engineering and technology websites.
Books for competitive examinations like GATE, GMAT, GRE etc., are available. Library follows the
Open Access System encouraging the user to browse freely in the stack area.
Membership: The membership is open to all students and staff of the institute. Students can borrow
four books at a time, four books from the Circulation Section. To encourage and motivate students,
additional library books are issued as incentive to merit students -two additional books for students
who secure first class with distinction and one extra book for students who secure first class).
LIBRARY FACILITIES: SC & ST Book Bank facility, Incentives facility, Internet facility, Departmental Library
facility, Hostel library facility, Digital Library facility, Reprographic, Scanning & Printing facility, WEB OPAC
facility, Inter Library Loan facility (DELNET), Institution membership with CMTI, NAL, British Council.
Library web portal : Separate library web portal facility to access e-journals, e-books, e-NEWS
papers, Old Question papers, National Digital Library (NDL), NPTEL Videos. (https://smvitb.new.
knimbus.com)
Web OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) : The Library is pleased to announce the launching
of additional features to its Library Online Catalogue (WEBOPAC), which are Online Renewals, and
Hold Request allows users to search all materials (such as Books, Journals, Magazines, Digital material
etc.) available in the library collection. Only Library Members can access http://192.168.4.32/opac/
login.aspxWeb OPAC by using their User ID and Password.

hostel: The institute provides hostel accommodation for students - both Men and Ladies who wish
to stay in the campus. There are 5 Men’s Hostels, one for fresher sand the others for seniors.
                                               Hostels for men
                        Unit               Accommodation                       Capacity
                          I    Freshers ( I Year students)                  156 students
                         II    Seniors                                      250 students.
                         III   PG Hostel Special Rooms for Seniors          158 students
                         IV    Mess Block                                   82 students
                      V      Seniors                              300 students
Normally two students are accommodated in a room. The rooms are provided with fans. Each student
is provided a cot, a cupboard a table and a chair. Hot water from Solar Water heater is available in
the bathrooms.
Similarly, there are 3 units in the Ladies Hostel which accommodates 580 students:
                                              Hostels for Ladies
                  Unit         Accommodation                                 Capacity
                  I            Freshers ( I Year students)                   100 students
                  II           Seniors                                       150 students.
                  III          Seniors                                       330 students

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It is located close to the staff quarters, with independent round-the-clock security arrangement.
The hostel has separate mess blocks for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Clean drinking water is
provided through Aqua Guardunits.Common facilities available in the Men’s Hostels and Ladies
Hostel include library, guest rooms, television, reading room, indoor games and a gymnasium.
Further details can be obtained from the Hostel Office.
canteen : The College has a Canteen inside the campus in which both South Indian and North
Indian dishes are available at reasonable rates. The canteen remains open on all working days.
Beverages of different flavours are served on different days according to different seasons. A
committee consisting of staff, students and trustees oversee the functioning of the canteen and
its upkeep
SPORTS :Our students are regularly participating in various sports activities organized by Visvesvaraya
Technological University, Belgaum and also other organizations and have won many prizes to
bring name and fame to the institution. Our Institution has provided good facilities with 30 acres
of land for Sports.

OUTDOOR SPORTS FACILITIES:
1. Cricket Field (75 Yards)				                  2. Foot Ball Field
3. Athletic Track (400 Mts. 8 Lanes Track)       4. Basket Ball Court (Cement)
5. Tennis Court (Clay)				                       6. Ball Badminton Courts – 2 Nos.
7. Volley Ball Courts – 2 Nos.			                8. Kho – Kho Court

INDOOR SPORTS FACILITIES:
1. Badminton Courts – 2 Nos.			                  3. Table Tennis – 2 Nos.
2. Chess						                                   4. Carrom

GYMNASIUM FACILITY:
1. Station Multi Gym.				                        3. Treadmill (Manual)
2. Cycle						                                   4. Dumbbell & Plate Set.

Kotak MAHINDRA BANK & ATM: We have Kotak Mahindra Bank branch in our college premises
for providing banking facilities to the Students and Staff members. The bank functions six days a
week. ATM facility is also available in the Campus. Online fees payment facility is also available;
students can pay fees through online. Further details can be obtained from the www.sirmvit.edu

ransport (Bus route details): The college provides transport between the city and campus for
students and staff. A fleet of 22 buses operate on various routes covering all the major areas of
Bangalore. Bus passes are issued on first- come-first-serve basis -subject to availability of seats).
Casual commuters, like parents and Alumni, who wish to avail transport facility, can purchase
coupons at the reception counter for single journeys. Traveling with valid passes is mandatory as
per college rules and anyone found violating the rules is liable to be fined heavily.
For further information, students are advised to contact the Transport Incharge
Sir MVIT campus at Phone No. 28467248 Extn. : 113, 134 & 207
Besides, the college is also well served by BMTC buses plying on National Highway
No. 7, Bangalore - Hyderabad Routes. BMTC Route No. 283A from City Market passes through the
campus to Sugatta village.

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Annual college events
INAUGURAL FUNCTION FOR FIRST YEAR CLASSES: This function is held every year after
admissions to first year. In this induction programme, students and their parents
are free to interact with the Principal, Heads of the Departments and Training &
Placement Officer and get clarifications on matters pertaining to college, courses and
placements.

KALANJALI TECHNO-CULTURAL FESTIVAL: “Kalanjali”, the inter-collegiate festival started in 1998 is an
annual feature organized by the “Susamskriti” a Cultural Forum of Sir MVIT. Students from several
local and outstation colleges participate in this festival.

BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF SIR M.VISVESVARAYA: The Institute is named after the great engineer
statesman Sir M. Visvesvaraya, the doyen of Indian economy and industrial revolution in the
country. It aptly celebrates his Birth Day on 15th September every year with great veneration.
Eminent literary, scientific and spiritual personalities are invited to talk on this occasion to inspire
the students and staff of the Institute and to bring to memory the great ideals for which Sir M.V.
endeavored throughout his life.

REPUBLIC DAY AND INDEPENDENCE DAY: Republic Day and Independence Day are celebrated in
the campus and the students and staff participate in the flag hoisting ceremony.

COLLEGEDAY: College Day is celebrated at the end of the academic year. Annual reports on
academic, sports &cultural events are read out and the prizes distributed to the winners of various
sports & cultural competitions conducted during the academic year.

FAREWELL TO FINAL YEAR STUDENTS: The staff of Sir MVIT arranges a farewell to all final year students
to wish them good luck and success in their future career.

PROJECT EXHIBITION: Institute regularly organises Project exhibition to commemorate the
National Technology Day. Both UG & PG students show case their projects. Students of lower
semester are also encouraged to participate in the exhibition. Judges from industries and
academia are invited to the Departments to evaluate the projects as per the guidelines.
Cash prizes are awarded for best projects. Each department gives away prizes for top
three projects. Cash award for first prize was Rs.3000/-, Second prize Rs.2000/- and Third
prize Rs.1000/- are given. Participants are given a participation certificate as a token
of appreciation.

SUSAMSKRITI CULTURAL FORUM: This forum provides a platform to students in creative arts such as
music, dance, literary, theatre events, etc, and conducts activities throughout the year. It also
holds the annual talent search competition “VERVE”, where the fresh talents are spotted and
groomed to represent the college cultural team in intercollegiate competitions. Cash prizes are
given to the winners of VERVE. The year-long activities of SUSAMSKRITI includes state-level Inter
collegiate Techno-Cultural Festival “KALANJALI” held every year.
In addition, the Kannada forum HONGIRANA conducts ISIRI programme, English forum conducts
LITERATI consisting of seminars, quizz, essay writing competitions, etc. while the Eco Club organizes
NISARGA including Environmental awareness programs.
SUNAADA: A forum totally dedicated to promote Indian music and art has been established
under the wings of Susamskrithi. It conducts programmes by renowned artists so as to bring an
awareness of rich Indian culture among the students.
GAP: The institute’s theatre group, called GAP (Getting Across People) promotes theatrical talents
among young students. They host productions at prominent cultural venues in the city.

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Guidelines for students
ADMISSION: Admissions to first semester of various courses are done at the start of every academic
year by strictly following the prevailing regulations/norms of GOI / CET/COMEDK/KMAT/ University
/AICTE, etc. A candidate seeking admission shall present the admission order issued by CET/
COMEDK/ KMAT/ Management to the College and follow the guidelines prescribed for the
purpose. At the time of admission, a student has to produce the following documents.
1. Entrance exam rank card.
2.   S.S.L.C. Marks Card (10th)
3.   Marks Cards of Qualifying Examination (12th)
4.   Study Certificate
5.   Rural Certificate (Selected under rural quota)
6.   Transfer Certificate
7.   Caste Certificate (if the student belongs to SC / ST / Cat-1 category)
8.   Migration Certificate (if the student is from other Universities)
9.   Eligibility Certificate from VTU (if the student is from outside Karnataka State)
10. Certificate issued by Ministry of Human Resource Development in case of Foreign Nationals /
     NRIs.
The submission of above documents is mandatory. Without these, his/her admission will not be
approved by the Director of Technical Education and Visvesvaraya Technological University.
Students are not allowed to take the University examinations unless the admission is approved by
these two bodies.
REGISTRATION: At the start of each semester, eligible students are required to register their names
in the department on the day prior to opening day announced in the college calendar, paying
the prescribed tuition fees and other dues. Late registration shall carry a fine of Rs. 300/- per
day up to 5 working days. For registration on or after the sixth working day after reopening, a
student will be charged re-registration fee of Rs. 3,000/-. However, the responsibility of satisfying
the attendance requirement as per the regulations of VTU lies with the student.
COLLEGE WORKING HOURS:
   Monday to Friday: Forenoon - 9:00 A.M. - 11.55 A.M. Afternoon - 12.40 P.M. - 4-15 P.M.
   Saturday : 9:00 A.M. to 12.45 P.M. Lunch Break :11.55 A.M. to 12.40 P.M.
   Time table for the current semester will be displayed on the departmental notice boards on
     the reopening day.
Tests and internal assessment
Continues Internal Evaluation (CIE):The IA marks is based on CIE for a total of 40 marks. Out of this
30 marks is based on performance of a student in 3 internal tests conducted in a semester in each
subject, while remaining 10 marks is based on the assignment / quiz / seminar.
Semester End Exams(SEE):The university conducts examinations in each subjects at the end of the
semester for a total of 100 marks, which will be reduced to 60 marks. Therefore, the total marks in
each subject will be 100 out of which 60 marks from SEE and 40 marks from CIE.
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Two students from each class are selected on merit as a link between
students and the administration.

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Duties and responsibilities of class representatives:

   To monitor the disciplinary aspects of students inside the class rooms.

   To contact the HOD for making alternative arrangement for engaging free classes.

 To discuss with students, their genuine requirements and communicate to the appropriate
   authority such as Local Guardian Cell, concerned HOD or the Principal.

 To attend regular meetings organized in each semester with the Principal and Heads of the
   Departments for exchanging views.

In addition to the above, class representatives are free to meet the Principal and discuss any
problem.

LOCAL GUARDIAN SCHEME: Students of all the semesters of UG Courses are covered under this
scheme. This scheme is meant to bridge the gap between the teachers, students and their
parents. Under this scheme, counsellors from among teaching faculty are appointed to supervise
the progress of 15-20 students each in all aspects. Computerized system generates two reports
on academic progress and class attendance which are sent to parents through email and SMS
each semester. The Coordinators for the I/II semester students are the Heads of the Physics &
Chemistry departments. The coordinators for higher semester students are the respective Heads
of the Departments or their nominees.

                         CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS
Discipline              Students should keep the campus clean and protect the environment.
                         
                        Students should not damage/misuse college property.
                         
                        Students should exhibit total discipline and exemplary behave
                         

No Smoking policy       SMOKING is strictly prohibited in the campus.
                         

ID card               S
                        tudents should wear ID card in the campus throughout the stay

                        Students are expected to wear decent and formal dresses.
                         
Uniform
                        Students should wear prescribed uniform for Physics, Chemistry & Electrical
                         
                         engineering Labs.

Bus pass                Students should carry valid college bus pass and should produce the
                         
                         same whenever required.

                        Students coming by two-wheelers should compulsorily wear helmets and
Wearing helmet            posses a valid driving license.
                        Students should park their vehicles in a designated parking area only.
                         

                      U
                       se of MOBILE PHONES is strictly PROHIBITED inside the campus.
Mobile phones
                      V
                       iolation of this rule will lead to confiscation of the mobile phone and
                       disciplinary action will be intiated.

                        RAGGING is strictly prohibited both inside and outside the campus.
                         

Ragging                 Any student indulging in ragging will be immediately suspended from the
                         
                         College; a case will be registered and handed over to Police for further
                         action.

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INSTRUCTIONS TO PARENTS
In the interest of their wards, the parents are requested to adhere with the following and help in
shaping their better future:
1. To regularly keep in touch with the HOD / Faculty / LG / Warden regarding their academic
    progress, regularity to classes and behavior, Not Satisfying Attendance Requirement (NSAR)
    and Not Satisfying Sessional Requirement (NSSR).
2. To respond to the LGS Report sent by the college after 1st and 2nd Test.
3. To give complete details of the local guardian, address, phone, e-mail ids etc. if the student
    is a resident of the HOSTEL.
4. To keep track of their wards with reference for any unauthorized visits, absence from college,
    especially if the student is a resident of the HOSTEL.
5. Advise their wards not to involve in ragging, acts of indiscipline in the campus / outside including
    hostels which is a Criminal Offence as per the Circulars of UGC, AICTE.
6. To advise the students to attend all the tests in all the subjects without fail. Malpractice during
    tests/University examinations which will attract punitive action.
7. Ensure that every student will report to the institute on the scheduled date of registration every
    semester which will avoid being detained under NSAR.
8. To give complete contact details of parent and update changes in contact details viz. address,
    mobile number, email-id to the following sirmvitbgl@gmail.com or contact the Administrativ
    eoffice.
9. Parents can avail the performance and attendance status of their wards in the college website
    periodically. The login ID and password for the same may be obtained from the admission
    section or through e-mail sirmvitadmissions@gmail.com
10. If the parents and students have any problems, they are requested to meet the concerned
     HOD.

                                 Training and Placement Cell
Staff Details

                       Name                              Designation
                Prof. S H KHAN       Training and placement officer
                SV RAMESHA           Data entry operator and placement coordinator
                MANU GOWDA           Admin. assistant and placement coordinator
                N PEETHAMBARAM       PS to Training and placement officer

The placement drive for 2017-2018 Batch students started on 10th AUG-2017. Till date 39
companies have conducted their campus drive in our college and 475 offers have been
issued to 387 placed students. 88 students holding multiple offers. The average placement till
date is 81.8%. This year the following were the high package companies which conducted
campus for our students:
   Media. net: 30 lakhs
    
   HP, ODESSA, TEMENOS, ZS ASSOCIATE: 8.50 Lakhs per annum.
    
   HSBC: BLU OPTIMA: 07 Lakhs per annum
    
   TALLY SOLUTION: 06 LAKHS etc
    

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THE COMPANIES WHICH PICKED UP GOOD NUMBER OF STUDENTS FROM OUR COLLEGE

              ACCENTURE : 170                      WIPRO : 36

              ARICENT : 33                         OMICS INTERNATIONAL : 24

              MUSIGMA : 18                         MIND TREE : 17

              TEMENOS : 15                         NAGARJUNA CONSTRUCTIONS : 15

SOME NOTICEABLE ACHIEVEMENTS DURING CURRENT YEAR PLACEMENT
1. OMICS INTERNATIONAL selected 24 Biotech students. Two more BIO TECH companies BIONEEDS AND
   SYNEGENE ARE ON THE WAY.
2. In TEMENOS, 15 students cleared technical interview and went for HR. All of them got selected in HR
   making it 100% conversion rate.
3. ACCENTURE picked up 170 students.
4. NCC urban selected 13 civil and 02 Mechanical Engineers in campus interview conducted
   in our college. This is great going for civil engineers in the prevailing job market of
   civil engineers

IMPORTANT CORE COMPANIES WHICH VISITED TO COLLEGE DURING THE CURRENT YEAR2017-18
1. CYIENT: Mechanical, E&E,,E&C,

2 .  KPIT: E&E and E&C

3. NAGARJUNA CONSTRUCTIONS: Civil and Mechanical

4. AVTEC: Mechanical

IN-ROADS IN NEW CORPORATE AREAS DURING 2017-18
This year till date we invited following new companies to our college:
1. HSBC 				                         5. KPIT
2. BLUE OPTIMA 			                   6. VM WARE
3. AVTEC 				                        7. TALLY SOLUTIO
4. MEDIA.NET 			                     8 BIO NEEDS

NCC PIPES AND POLES: CIVIL
CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVES: Mechanical, E&E, E&C
AUMA: Mech, E&E, E&C
DANSKE: Mechanical, E&E,E&C
WAD PACK: Mechanical, IEM
ROBERT BOSCH: E&E, E&C
OMICS INTERNATIONAL: BIO TECH

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STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
Professional body / Institutional memberships:
     Sl.No.              Name of the Institution                    Initiating Department
        1.    Computer Society of India                      Computer Science & Engineering
        2.    Computer Society of India                      Master of Computer Application
        3.    SAE                                            Mechanical Engineering
        4.    IEEE                                           ECE, Telecom,
        5.    IETE                                           Telecommunication
        6.    Indian Concrete Institute                      Civil
        7.    AIMA / BMA                                     MBA
              All India Biotech Association Society of       Biotechnology
              Biological Chemists
              Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers
       8.
              Indian Society of Cell Biology
              Biotech Research Society of India
              ABLE
ENTREPRENEUR CELL (E-Cell)
E-Wings was started in 2006 with the coordinated efforts of the students and faculty of Sir MVIT.
The cell works to inspire, educate and support new and future entrepreneurs.
   To bring out a new generation of Entrepreneurs, Managers and Scientists who are able to
    
    inspire and lead tomorrow’s high technology companies.
   To conduct successful Entrepreneurship education programs so as to develop entrepreneurship
    
    skills among students.
Student feedback system:
SYSTEMATIC EVALUATION SYSTEMS
The Institute has a system of regular evaluation of teaching staff by students with a view to get a
feedback on their strengths and weaknesses. This will enable them to overcome their weaknesses
and to consolidate on their strengths.
EXIT POLL
The institute has a system of getting feed back from the final year / out going students called EXIT
POLL. They evaluate the institution on various criteria to name a few like Infrastructure facilities,
Teaching, Hostels, Tests and Examinations, Administration and extra-curricular activities.
EVALUATION OF TEACHING FACULTY BY STUDENTS
At the end of every semester, students evaluate the teachers handling different theory subjects
with regard to various aspects of student-teacher interaction. The evaluation pertains to aspects
such as
   Proper planning in teaching activity
   Ability to communicate effectively
   Innovation in teaching methods
   Creating interactive environment in class room and encouraging questions from students.
Absolute confidentiality is maintained to protect the individual assessors. Students carry outthe
evaluations online on a network with a central server where the evaluation of individual teachers
is consolidated for review by a committee headed by the Principal.

The review is followed by an appropriate feedback to teachers so as to facilitate improvement in
teaching methods and skills.

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