Sunday, July 10, 2011

RGUKT Admissions-2014

RGUKT admission notification-2014 is expected to be release in the first week of June
 For any help regarding RGUKT  admissions mail us at younus.rgukt1@gmail.com
Admissions Procedure
Admissions will be based on Grade Point Average (GPA) and Grade obtained in each subject by the applicants of 2013. A deprivation score of 0.4 prescribed by the Government for the year 2013-14 under Statute 13 (3), shall be added to the 10th class GPA of applicants from non-residential Government Schools including the Zillaparishad and Municipal Schools for admission in the academic year 2013-14.
The allotment of seats will be in accordance with the Provisions of AP Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions) Order, 1974 (G.O. No.646, dated 10.7.1979, and herein called the Presidential Order, 1974, see Annexure - I), as per the judgment of the Hon'ble High Court of AP in WP 16657 of 2010, and pending the SLP in the Supreme Court of India.
Eligibility :
  1. Candidates should have passed SSC (10th class) or any other equivalent examination, recognized by the Government of A.P, conducted in 2013.
  2. Candidates should not have completed 18 years of age as on 31.12.2013, (21 years in case of students belonging to SC and ST categories)
  3. Candidate should have applied for admission in the prescribed form, and sent the print copy of the online application submitted along with all the certificates to the Registrar, RGUKT, before 22.06.2013.
  4. International students shall be of Indian Nationality / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Card Holders
Rules of Reservation :
  1. Admission to 85% of the total available seats shall be reserved for the 'local candidates' and the remaining 15% of the seats shall be un-reserved as specified in the Presidential Order, 1974 (see Annexure-1).
  2. As RGUKT is a state-wide institution, the seats reserved for the local candidates (85% of the total available) will be distributed among the three regions of the State namely, Andhra University, Osmania University and Sri Venkateswara University areas in the ratio of 42:36:22, respectively.
  3. The rules of reservation are followed for both local and open categories. The reservations are applicable at the region level in respect of local candidates.
  4. Reservations of seats for various categories are as follows subject to any changes and amendments made by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
    1. SC - 15%, ST - 6%, BC-A - 7%, BC-B - 10%, BC-C - 1%, BC-D - 7%, BC-E - 4% for both 'local' and 'unreserved' categories.
    2. Physically Handicapped (PH) - 3%, Children of Armed Personnel (CAP) - 2%, NCC - 1% and Sports - 0.5%. (These reservations are applicable at regional level except for CAP which is done at state-level).
    3. Certificates issued by the respective District Board alone are acceptable. Model proformas are given for all the above categories in Annexures. Since the courses offered are technical in nature and require appropriate physical fitness, RGUKT reserves the right of rejecting the application of such candidates who are not fit to pursue the course.
    4. A (horizontal) reservation of 33 1/3 % of seats in favor of women candidates in each category (OC/SC/ST/BC/Special Categories) shall be ensured, wherever women candidates are available.
    5. In case of PH and CAP categories, certificates issued by the respective District Board alone are acceptable. Model proformas are given for all the above categories in Annexures.
    6. Since the courses offered are technical in nature and require appropriate physical fitness, RGUKT reserves the right of rejecting the application of such candidates who are not fit to pursue the course.
Selection Method :
  1. Admissions will be based on Grade Point Average (GPA) and Grade obtained in each subject by the applicants of 2013. A deprivation score of 0.4 prescribed by the Government for the year 2013-14 under Statute 13 (3), shall be added to the 10th class GPA of applicants from non-residential Government Schools including the Zillaparishad and Municipal Schools for admission in the academic year 2013-14.
  2. In case of a tie, the candidate who got a higher grade in the following order of subjects (i) Mathematics (ii) General Science (iii) English (iv) Social Studies (v) 1st Language (vi) Oldest candidate as per the Date of Birth and (vii) the lowest random number obtained from the hall ticket number, will be considered. That is, if the tie is resolved with any of the check in the chronological order mentioned above, the next option(s) need not be checked.
Click here for the procedure of resolving by random number
Intimation to Selected Candidates
  1. The list of candidates selected for counselling will be displayed on the university website www.rgukt.in.
  2. The candidates will also be informed by post, e-mail and SMS message, wherever possible, to the address written in the application form.

RGUKT Campus Life, IIIT-Basara, IIIT-RKV, IIIT Nuzvid Campuses

Campus Life

Life at RGUKT

As mentioned earlier, RGUKT is a fully residential environment. This is necessary because most of the rural students come from a geographically distributed wide area and would not be able to commute to the campus. Thus, it is essential to provide a fully residential campus with all of the facilities included such as a shops, hospitals, bank, laundry, barbershops, etc. appropriate for a community of about 20,000 people consisting of 12,000 students, 3000 faculty and staff and 5000 service providers of various types. The Director of the Institute also becomes the pseudo-Mayor of this township dealing with the typical problems of community based living. Since the students are joining the institution at the age of 15 where they are undergoing physical transformation and hormonal changes, being away from home adds to their stress. The local Health Clinic must provide for Psychological Counseling and support.

Many rural households tend to be poor and many of the factors of daily living that we take for granted are not always known, such as using a sit-down toilet as opposed to a squatting toilet and significant additional personal education will be needed to facilitate the integration into the larger community.

Life in a Residential Campus:

As a fully residential program, all students will stay on the campus. The program is intensive and runs for 3 semesters of 16 weeks of 6 days a week each. Only 6 weeks of vacation is permitted: 1 week in Dasara, 1 week during Sankranthi and four weeks in summer. While the program appears intensive, it is also designed to help absorption by making students apply concepts right-then-and-there in class.

All education is mediated through the use of Information and Communication technologies. The academic complex is being connected by high speed LAN which extends to each student's desk and a laptop is provided to each student right from his or her first year. Each class of about 50 students will have mentors who will conduct a discourse and discussion around a prerecorded expert lecture. The best part of this learning paradigm is that students will have time in these class sessions to receive the lecture, ask questions, discuss with the help of mentors and apply the concepts to problem solving. A good student would have no homework!

To keep up with this program and life in general, time is set apart for physical fitness activities. During the first two years all students would attend physical training and exercise each morning and participate in sports in the evening. The daily academic program will consist of 4 periods of just less than 2 hours duration each from 8 AM to 4PM with a lunch break. During the evening after dinner, there will be programs in soft skills, reading classics, and viewing selected movie programs from 7.30PM to 10.30PM. This will be a more relaxing and a quiet learning time. Students get to explore their talents in art, drama and music as well. Subsequent year will offer greater flexibility in individual daily schedule.

Separate and secure hostel facilities will be provided for girls and boys. Food and dining facilities will be according to modern standards.

Sports & Games

RGUKT provides facilities for both indoor games such as caroms and chess and outdoor games such as volleyball and basketball. Swimming pool facility will be made soon. It is anticipated to hold Inter-campus competitions will also be held.

Shopping center

To cater to the needs of students, there is a general store, a canteen, a salon and a beauty parlor in every hostel. Students can make use of these services at a reasonable price.

Extra-curricular activities in RGUKT

RGUKT’s goal is to give students a well-rounded education and doesn’t stop with just giving students an education in the Sciences and Engineering. Students are encouraged to get involved in arts, music, drama, debate, paintings and other elated skills. At this point, there is no full time faculty for these disciplines but it is anticipated to hire full time faculty and visiting faculty also.

Soft Skills and Edutainment

After an evening break consisting of sports and dinner, students are expected to go back to the classes for a wide range of activities involving soft skills and edutainment. These sessions are normally supposed to happen from 7:30PM to 10:30PM.

The students have access to audio books of classics, both Western and Indian. The Western Classics might include books by Mark Twain, Walter Scott, Dickens and the Indian classics might include the Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi. Each paragraph in each book is hyperlinked to an audio rendering of that paragraph so that a student can listen to a native speaker reading the paragraph with proper pronunciation and intonation. Thus, as well as reading the classics, the student is also able to learn how certain proper names are pronounced such as San Joaquin Valley. The students also learn how to do touch typing, prepare and participate in debating clubs and read newspapers online. Those students that are taking the remedial classes will miss some of these activities but it is expected that they will have plenty of time to catch up.

Health and Safety:

RGUKT provides its students and staff all the necessary medical facilities. A medical center with the required facilities is under construction and is anticipated to be operational soon. The center will have 30 beds and 3 doctors.

Note:

  • Parents are allowed to meet their children only on Sundays.
  • Relatives of students are not entertained unless they are accompanied by the students’ parent(s).
  • Parents need to make an appointment to meet their children.
  • When students want to go out of campus to their home towns, parents are required to come and pick them up.
  • Cell phones are not allowed to be used on campus. Students can use their cell phones in their rooms alone. If one is found to be using a cell phone on campus, it will be confiscated immediately.
  • No food from outside is allowed in the hostel. Parents are not supposed to bring snacks or food of any kind for their children.

RGUKT Administration, IIIT-Basar Director, IIIT-RKV Director and IIIT-Nuzvid Director

Administration Staff


Prof. R. V. Raja Kumar
Vice Chancellor
RGUKT.

Prof P S N Reddy
Dean (Content Generation and Faculty)
RGUKT
Dr. Rajendra Sahu
Director, RGUKT
IIIT Basar
Dr. Ibrahim Khan
Director, RGUKT
IIIT Nuzvid
Dr. Y. Krishna Reddy
Director, RGUKT
IIIT RK Valley
Prof. Karnati Somaiah
Registrar RGUKT


Dr. K.V.Ramana Rao
Academic Co-ordinator
RGUKT
Sri Niranjana Chari
Joint Registrar
RGUKT
Mr M. Krishna Reddy
Academic Consultant
RGUKT
Mr. B.V.Sai Prasad
Procurement Officer
RGUKT

IIIT Nuzvid overview.

Nuzvid is a historical fort city in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh. It was founded by late Meka Basavarayudu, the chieftain of Rani Rudrama Devi of Orugallu dynasty.

Nuzvid (also called Nujiveedu) is 50 km from Vijayawada and 35 km from Eluru. This place is well connected by bus and rail. Nuzvid is well known for its mangos, which are exported world wide. In Andhra history, the first mutiny was held by Nuzvidians against French colonials. Nuzvid soil cultivated rich history, culture and heritage.

IIIT RK Valley, IIIT Kadapa overview

RK Valley(Rajiv Knowledge Valley) is formally Idupulapaya, located in lush green lands surrounded by pleasant nature, its beauty is double in winter season particularly with peacock's lou lou, waterfalls from top of hills, all it makes one feel, being at the midst of nature's beauty.

RK Valley is the actual head quarters of RGUKT (Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies) built adjacent to the popular Ex.chief minister Y.S.Rajashekar Reddy estate in 600 acres wide area. It is nearer to Famous tourism spot Gandi.

IIIT Basara overview

Basar, abode to Gnana Saraswati, located on bank of holy river Godavari, is nearer to Nizamabad city that comes under Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh. Here is located the ancient temple of Gnana Sarasvati - the Goddess of Knowledge. It is believed to be one of the two oldest temples of Goddess Saraswati in India, the other being located in Kashmir.

'Akshara Gnana' is a special ritual at Basar, in which devotees bring their children to the temple. The significance of the ritual lies in the fact that it marks the formal starting of child's education. The Goddess answers all the prayers of the committed devotees, filling their life with bliss and happiness.

Infrastructure:
  1. The total area of each campus is 146.25 acres.
  2. Built up area of Basar Campus is 6, 36,335.54Sqfts.
  3. The Hostel has 887 dormitories built over an area of 4,23,667 Sq ft.
  4. Classrooms & Labs.
    • There are 84 Classrooms at RGUKT Basar.
    • There are 12 Labs at RGUKT Basar.
    • There are 2 staff rooms.
  5. The number of messes available are 20 built over an area of 86,650 Sq.m.
  6. There is one Library available for RGUKT Basar where the students can study after study hours.
  7. Student’s extracurricular activities:
    • Students participate actively in Cultural activities, Elocution and Essay writing competitions.
    • Students play games like Cricket, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi,Volleyball, Badminton,Tennicoit, Carroms, Chess.

Human Resources:
  1. The Director of RGUKT, IIIT - Basar is Dr. Rajendra Sahu
  2. The Administrative Staff comprises of 22 people.
  3. The number of people involved in the effective functioning of the Mess is 291.
  4. The number of people alloted for housekeeping is 68.
  5. The number of people alloted for security is 92.

Network:
  1. The campus is provided with Internet connectivity at the speed of 8mbps.
  2. There are 5 Servers to maintain the network connection.
  3. LAN Connectivity is available throughout the academic premises

Students:
  1. The students come from a rural background.
  2. Min, Max and Average scores in the 10th board.
    • 2008-09 batch: Minimum - 100/1000, Maximum-994/1000, Average - 547.
    • 2009-10 batch: Minimum - 290/700, Maximum -613/700, Average - 452

RGUKT Academic Programme overview


Undergraduate Programme


Features of Six - Years Integrated Course:

The program offered by the RGUKT consists of a six year integrated course after 10th class examination leading to a B.Tech. degree. The first part of the six-year course is a two-year Pre University Course (equivalent to (AP) Intermediate) followed by a second part of four-year Engineering Course. At present the pre-university part of education offers premature specialization in tracks such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Life sciences (equivalent to MPC + BiPC). By bringing students in to the University at an earlier stage we hope to impart a broad based education including humanities and liberal arts to students.

The Pre University Part:

This is equivalent to the two year Intermediate (AP) education. The program provides a qualitative plus two education in itself and further lays a stronger foundation for the technical and professional courses ahead. It has an inbuilt system for remedial education for the students who are relatively weak. In addition, there is a foundation course in IT, preparing students to make full use of the Information Technology and Communication resources provided by the RGUKT in its novel model of teaching learning. There is a permitted exit after Pre-University if the student chooses to go for a career in other professional programs. The program also provides short-term courses in humanities and social sciences so that the students emerge as confident, energetic, enthusiastic youngsters seeking challenges in their university education and life.



Degree Programs at IIITs:

Upon completion of 6 years of education, each year consisting of 3 semesters, and the prescribed requirements, the graduates will be awarded a B.Tech. degree in any one of the following engineering disciplines given below

  1. Chemical Engineering

  2. Civil Engineering

  3. Computer Science and Engineering

  4. Electronics & Communications Engineering

  5. Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering

  6. Mechanical Engineering

Further, depending on the performance and by earning additional credits, it is possible to get a B.Tech. with two Majors, i.e., one in Computer Science and the other from among Chemical, Civil, Electronics and Communication, Materials Science and Mechanical. Alternatively it is possible to get a degree with one Major and two Minors or one Major and one Minor. One of the two Minors may be from Business Management, Economics Mathematics, Social Sciences and Statistics.


Employment Prospects:

It is expected that the employment prospects of graduates of RGUKT (IIITs) will be comparable to the other world class universities in India. It is also anticipated that the broad-based education including soft skills will provide a strong foundation for national competitive examinations. Appropriate placement guidance and awareness programs will be conducted to prepare the students for private and public sector opportunities. Students also learn entrepreneurship and other skills that can help them to set out on their own.

Tuition Fees:

As a government sponsored university, the tuition fees at Rajiv Gandhi University are highly subsidized by the AP government. The annual fee (for AP students) for the first two years (Pre University program) is Rs.36,000/-. This includes tuition, lodging and boarding.

Focus on Liberal and Professional Education Including Soft Skills:

The program at RGUKT (IIITs) is built on a new model of liberal professional education creating future leaders with a broad understanding of the world. A structured environment of broad based education including basic skills of communication, teamwork and leadership is provided. It aims at making students well equipped with life skills and confident problem solvers rather than over specialized engineers who just know the theory. It prepares the student to meet the demands of the work place and society as he or she navigates through life. It stresses lifelong learning through learning to learn, and learning to live.

The program uses the learning-by-doing paradigm of education using personalized mentors and intelligent tutoring systems. The program adapts self-paced learning with variable duration to reach the mastery level outcome. Highly qualified and meritorious faculty will be participating in teaching, learning and research. Many of them are being drawn from the world class institutions such as IITs.

There will be a focus on all-round development with emphasis on personality development and education in Humanities and Social Sciences to make students responsible world citizens. The program is intensive with emphasis on physical training, sports and soft skills. About 30% of time is devoted to soft skills.

Life in a Residential Campus:

As a fully residential program, all students will stay on the campus. The program is intensive and runs for 3 semesters of 16 weeks of 6 days a week each. Only 6 weeks of vacation is permitted: 1 week in Dasara, 1 week during Sankranthi and four weeks in summer. While the program appears intensive, it is also designed to help absorption by making students apply concepts right-then-and-there in class.

All education is mediated through the use of Information and Communication technologies. The academic complex is being connected by high speed LAN which extends to each student's desk and a laptop is provided to each student right from his or her first year. Each class of about 50 students will have mentors who will conduct a discourse and discussion around a prerecorded expert lecture. The best part of this learning paradigm is that students will have time in these class sessions to receive the lecture, ask questions, discuss with the help of mentors and apply the concepts to problem solving. A good student would have no homework!

To keep up with this program and life in general, time is set apart for physical fitness activities. During the first two years all students would attend physical training and exercise each morning and participate in sports in the evening. The daily academic program will consist of 4 periods of just less than 2 hours duration each from 8 AM to 4PM with a lunch break. During the evening after dinner, there will be programs in soft skills, reading classics, and viewing selected movie programs from 7.30PM to 10.30PM. This will be a more relaxing and a quiet learning time. Students get to explore their talents in art, drama and music as well. Subsequent year will offer greater flexibility in individual daily schedule.

Separate and secure hostel facilities will be provided for girls and boys. Food and dining facilities will be according to modern standards


RGUKT Education, IIIT-Basara, IIIT RK Valley, IIIT Nuzvid Education system

RGUKT Education Process


Features of Six - Years Integrated Course:


The program offered by the RGUKT consists of a six year integrated course after 10th class examination leading to a B.Tech. degree. The first part of the six-year course is a two-year Pre University Course (equivalent to (AP) Intermediate) followed by a second part of four-year Engineering Course. At present the pre-university part of education offers premature specialization in tracks such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Life sciences (equivalent to MPC + BiPC). By bringing students in to the University at an earlier stage we hope to impart a broad based education including humanities and liberal arts to students.

The Pre University Part:

This is equivalent to the two year Intermediate (AP) education. The program provides a qualitative plus two education in itself and further lays a stronger foundation for the technical and professional courses ahead. It has an inbuilt system for remedial education for the students who are relatively weak. In addition, there is a foundation course in IT, preparing students to make full use of the Information Technology and Communication resources provided by the RGUKT in its novel model of teaching learning. There is a permitted exit after Pre-University if the student chooses to go for a career in other professional programs. The program also provides short-term courses in humanities and social sciences so that the students emerge as confident, energetic, enthusiastic youngsters seeking challenges in their university education and life.

Curriculum Regulations

Degree Programs at IIITs:

Upon completion of 6 years of education, each year consisting of 3 semesters, and the prescribed requirements, the graduates will be awarded a B.Tech. degree in any one of the following engineering disciplines given below

  1. Chemical Engineering

  2. Civil Engineering

  3. Computer Science and Engineering

  4. Electronics & Communications Engineering

  5. Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering

  6. Mechanical Engineering

Further, depending on the performance and by earning additional credits, it is possible to get a B.Tech. with two Majors, i.e., one in Computer Science and the other from among Chemical, Civil, Electronics and Communication, Materials Science and Mechanical. Alternatively it is possible to get a degree with one Major and two Minors or one Major and one Minor. One of the two Minors may be from Business Management, Economics Mathematics, Social Sciences and Statistics.

Curriculum Regulations


Employment Prospects:

It is expected that the employment prospects of graduates of RGUKT (IIITs) will be comparable to the other world class universities in India. It is also anticipated that the broad-based education including soft skills will provide a strong foundation for national competitive examinations. Appropriate placement guidance and awareness programs will be conducted to prepare the students for private and public sector opportunities. Students also learn entrepreneurship and other skills that can help them to set out on their own.

Tuition Fees:

As a government sponsored university, the tuition fees at Rajiv Gandhi University are highly subsidized by the AP government. The annual fee (for AP students) for the first two years (Pre University program) is Rs.36,000/-. This includes tuition, lodging and boarding.

Focus on Liberal and Professional Education Including Soft Skills:

The program at RGUKT (IIITs) is built on a new model of liberal professional education creating future leaders with a broad understanding of the world. A structured environment of broad based education including basic skills of communication, teamwork and leadership is provided. It aims at making students well equipped with life skills and confident problem solvers rather than over specialized engineers who just know the theory. It prepares the student to meet the demands of the work place and society as he or she navigates through life. It stresses lifelong learning through learning to learn, and learning to live.

The program uses the learning-by-doing paradigm of education using personalized mentors and intelligent tutoring systems. The program adapts self-paced learning with variable duration to reach the mastery level outcome. Highly qualified and meritorious faculty will be participating in teaching, learning and research. Many of them are being drawn from the world class institutions such as IITs.

There will be a focus on all-round development with emphasis on personality development and education in Humanities and Social Sciences to make students responsible world citizens. The program is intensive with emphasis on physical training, sports and soft skills. About 30% of time is devoted to soft skills.

Life in a Residential Campus:

As a fully residential program, all students will stay on the campus. The program is intensive and runs for 3 semesters of 16 weeks of 6 days a week each. Only 6 weeks of vacation is permitted: 1 week in Dasara, 1 week during Sankranthi and four weeks in summer. While the program appears intensive, it is also designed to help absorption by making students apply concepts right-then-and-there in class.

All education is mediated through the use of Information and Communication technologies. The academic complex is being connected by high speed LAN which extends to each student's desk and a laptop is provided to each student right from his or her first year. Each class of about 50 students will have mentors who will conduct a discourse and discussion around a prerecorded expert lecture. The best part of this learning paradigm is that students will have time in these class sessions to receive the lecture, ask questions, discuss with the help of mentors and apply the concepts to problem solving. A good student would have no homework!

To keep up with this program and life in general, time is set apart for physical fitness activities. During the first two years all students would attend physical training and exercise each morning and participate in sports in the evening. The daily academic program will consist of 4 periods of just less than 2 hours duration each from 8 AM to 4PM with a lunch break. During the evening after dinner, there will be programs in soft skills, reading classics, and viewing selected movie programs from 7.30PM to 10.30PM. This will be a more relaxing and a quiet learning time. Students get to explore their talents in art, drama and music as well. Subsequent year will offer greater flexibility in individual daily schedule.

Separate and secure hostel facilities will be provided for girls and boys. Food and dining facilities will be according to modern standards.





RGUKT Academic rules and Regulations

RGUKT Academic Rules and Regulations



Undergraduate Programme:


Six - Years Integrated Course:

The program offered by the RGUKT consists of a six year integrated course after 10th class examination leading to a B.Tech. degree. The first part of the six-year course is a two-year Pre University Course (equivalent to (AP) Intermediate) followed by a second part of four-year Engineering Course. At present the pre-university part of education offers premature specialization in tracks such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Life sciences (equivalent to MPC + BiPC). By bringing students in to the University at an earlier stage we hope to impart a broad based education including humanities and liberal arts to students.

The Pre University Part:

This is equivalent to the two year Intermediate (AP) education. The program provides a qualitative plus two education in itself and further lays a stronger foundation for the technical and professional courses ahead. It has an inbuilt system for remedial education for the students who are relatively weak. In addition, there is a foundation course in IT, preparing students to make full use of the Information Technology and Communication resources provided by the RGUKT in its novel model of teaching learning. There is a permitted exit after Pre-University if the student chooses to go for a career in other professional programs. The program also provides short-term courses in humanities and social sciences so that the students emerge as confident, energetic, enthusiastic youngsters seeking challenges in their university education and life.



Degree Programs at RGU IIITs:

Upon completion of 6 years of education, each year consisting of 3 semesters, and the prescribed requirements, the graduates will be awarded a B.Tech. degree in any one of the following engineering disciplines given below

  1. Chemical Engineering

  2. Civil Engineering

  3. Computer Science and Engineering

  4. Electronics & Communications Engineering

  5. Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering

  6. Mechanical Engineering

Further, depending on the performance and by earning additional credits, it is possible to get a B.Tech. with two Majors, i.e., one in Computer Science and the other from among Chemical, Civil, Electronics and Communication, Materials Science and Mechanical. Alternatively it is possible to get a degree with one Major and two Minors or one Major and one Minor. One of the two Minors may be from Business Management, Economics Mathematics, Social Sciences and Statistics.





Monday, July 4, 2011

IIIT-RKV route Information

From Cuddapah to Vempalli — 60 kms , from Vempalli to R K Valley — 13 kms

  • APSRTC runs regular bus service from Cuddapah to Vempalli, Pulivendula. Vempalli has the nearest bus station to RK Valley campus. The campus is situated in Vempalli, Rayachoti road near Gandi temple and river.

  • One can take these buses and get down in Vempalli, and from there can take an auto to R K Valley campus.

  • Every day APSRTC bus makes 2 trips into the R K Valley campus

    • 7:30 am from Vempalli to R K Valley campus; returns to Vempalli at 8:20 am

    • 4:30 pm from Vempalli to R K Valley campus; returns to Vempalli at 5:20 pm

  • Other than these trips, APSRTC also provides special services at the time of admissions and during times when vacation is declared for the students.

  • From Hyderabad to R K Valley campus — 441 kms. From Tirupati to R K Valley campus — 185 kms

    • For people coming from Hyderabad, the road route will be via Shad nagar, Mahabubnagar, Kothakota, Wanaparthy, Kurnool, Tadipatri, Produtoor, Vempalli and finally R K Valley campus.

    • For people coming from Tirupati, the route will be via Rangampet, Pileru, Rayachoti, Lakkireddi palli, Gandi. After Gandi, take the road on the right leading to RK Valley campus.

        • By Train:

    Trains from Hyderabad to Cuddapah

    Train Name

    Departure

    Arrival


    Venkatadri Express (2797)

    Kachiguda — 08:05 pm

    Cuddapah — 4:30 am


    AP Samprk Kranthi Express (2708)

    Secundrabad Jn — 9:15 am

    Cuddapah — 6:28 pm


    Rayalaseema Express (7429)

    Hyderabad deccan — 5:25 pm

    Cuddapah — 5:44 am


    Trains from Tirupati to Cuddapah

    Train Name

    Departure

    Arrival

    Cape Mumbai Express (6382)

    Tirupati — 3:20 am

    Cuddapah — 6:20 am

    Tirupathi—Hubli passenger(272)

    Tirupati — 6:05 am

    Cuddapah — 9:13 am




IIIT-Nuzvid route Information

By Road:

Hyderabad to Nuzvid — 314 kms , Visakhapatnam to Nuzvid — 316 kms, Vijayawada to Nuzvid — 50kms, Eluru to Nuzvid — 35 kms. APSRTC has regular bus service to Vijayawada and some overnight bus services to Nuzvid. From Vijayawada Nehru bus terminus, buses are available to Nuzvid every 15 minutes. If you are coming by train till Vijayawada, and need to catch bus to Nuzvid, the nearest bus stop is Chellapalli bungalow bus stop in Vijayawada. Once you reach Nuzvid bus station, the campus is 4 kms on the Mailavaram road. One can take an auto to reach the campus or can take buses going towards Mailavaram and on request can get down near the campus.

By Train:


Frequent daily trains are available from Vishakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Guntur, Kakinada, Narsapuram etc.

Source station and Train Name

Departure

Arrival


From Visakhapatnam — Tirumala Express (7488)

Visakhapatnam — 1:50 pm

Nuzvid — 7:00 pm


From Kakinada — Tirupati Passenger (274)

Kakinada — 7:00 am

Nuzvid — 11:50 am


From Narasapur — Ns Tpty Express (7402A)

Narasapur — 5:15 pm

Vijayawada — 9:20 pm


From Tirupati — Tirumala Express (7487)

Tirupati — 8:50 pm

Nuzvid — 4:00 am




Trains from Hyderabad — There are 26 trains from Hyderabad to Vijayawada.
From Vijayawada, there are several trains to Nuzvid. From Nuzvid railway station, the campus is 15 kms. One can take an auto to reach campus. Train NameDepartureArrival Tirumala Express (7487) Vijayawada — 3:30amNuzvid — 4:00 am Vijayawada — 9:30 amKakinada — 7:00 amNuzvid — 10:04 am Kakinada Passenger (273)Vijayawada — 12:30 pmNuzvid — 1:29 pm Vijayawada — 9:00pmTirupati — 8:50 pmNuzvid — 9:53 pm





IIIT-Basar Route Information

APSRTC runs regular bus services to Basar from Hyderabad and from other district headquarters like Adilabad, Warangal, Nizamabad and Kammam. In Hyderabad, buses start at the Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station (Iimliban Bus station) and at the Jubilee Bus Station (JBS, Secunderabad). The bus station in Basar is near Basar temple. From there, one can take an auto to reach the RGUKT campus which is about 2.5 kms away. The RGUKT Basar campus is on the road from Basar to Bhainsa and comes on the left side of the road. This is a request stop.



By Train:

Several trains run from Hyderabad to Basar (4 day time trains & Krishna Express)

Trains run from Hyderabad to Basar

Train Name

Departure

Arrival


Kacheguda- Nanded Express (7639)

Kacheguda — 7:15 am

Basar — 11:20 am


Devagiri Express (7058)

Secunderabad — 1:30 pm

Basar — 4:45 pm


Ajanta Express (7064)

Secunderabad — 6:10 pm

Basar — 9:35 pm


Hydrabadad - Parbhani Passenger (563)

Secunderabad — 11:10 pm

Basar — 4:25 am


Krishna Express (7405)

Secunderabad — 9:00 pm

Basar — 12:35 am


This train starts from Tirupati and travels through, Nellore, Vijayawada, Khammam, Warangal, Jangaon, Secunderabad, Nizamabad, Basar and then Adilabad.
From Basar railway station, the campus is another 2 kms on the same road that goes to Bhainsa. You can take an auto from here to the campus.





AP Police Department

Andhra Pradesh Police Department:


Dinesh Reddy is elected as AP DGP Recently Due to DGP Arvinda Rao's Retirement.



Police Ranks

Director General of Police (DGP)

Additional Director General of Police (ADGP)

Inspector General of Police (IGP)

Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG)

Superintendent of Police (SP)


Additional superintendent of Police (SP)

Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)

Cirlce Inspector (CI)

Sub-Inspector (SI)

Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI)

Head Constable

Constable

Police Organisation Structure:

DGP-Arvinda Rao IPS

ADGP-CID(Criminal Investigation Department) Shivanarayan

ADGP-ACB(Anti Corruption Beuro)-Umesh Kumar

ADGP-Intellegence-Mahender Reddy

ADGP-APSP-Jayachandra

ADGP-Recruitment

ADGP-sports

ADGP-Sports

ADGP-Welfare

ADGP-Railways

ADGP-Communications

ADGP-Law&Order -M.Ratan

ADGP-Law and Order is again divided into 5 IGP Regions

1)IGP Hyderabad Region

2)IGP Warangal Region

3)IGP Rayalaseema Region

4)IGP-Andhra Region

5)IGP Guntur Region


Under Each IGP There will Be two DIG Ranges

IGP Hyderabad Region

DIG-Hyderabad Range

1)SP-Ranga Reddy

2)SP-Mahaboob nagar

3)SP-Nalgonda

DIG-Nizamabad Range

1)SP-Nizamabad

2)SP-Medak


IGP Warangal Region

DIG-Karimnagar Range

1)SP-Karimnagar

2)SP-Adilabad

DIG-Warangal Range

1)SP-Warangal

2)SP-Khammam

IGP Rayalaseema Region

DIG-Kurnool Range

1)SP-Kurnool

2)SP-Kadapa

DIG-Ananthapur Range

1)SP-Ananthapur

2)SP-Chittor


IGP-Andhra Region

DIG-Vishakapatnam Range

1)SP-Vishakapatnam Rural

2)SP-Vizianagaram

3)SP-Srikakulum


DIG-Eloore Range

1)SP-East Godavari

2)SP-West Godavari

3)SP-Krishna

IGP Guntur Range

1)SP-Guntur

2)SP-Nellore

3)SP-Prakasham

There are Four Police Commissionarates In Andhra Pradesh

1)Hyderabad City Police Commissionarate

2)Cyberabad Police Commissionarate

3)Vishakapatnam Police Commissionarate

4)Vijayawada Police Commissionarate


CP-Commissioner of Police

DCP-Deputy Commissioner of Police

ACP-Assistant Commissioner of Police

Hyderabad Police Commissionarate divided into 5 DCP Zones


Hyderabad Police Commissioner A.K.Khan


East Zone DCP-Mahesh Chandra Ladda IPS

West Zone DCP-Stephen Ravindra IPS

North Zone DCP-NagiReddy IPS

South Zone DCP -

Central Zone DCP-Akun Sabarval

DCP-Traffic DCP-Crime



Cyberabad Police Commisionarate Divided into 4 Zones


DCP Madhapur

DCP Alval

DCP L.B.Nagar'

DCP-Traffic

DCP-Crime


If You want to Know more Police information and Names of ur District SP's send mail to younus.rgukt@gmail.com



Sunday, June 26, 2011

RGUKT Engineering Branches Information

:: Civil Engineering ::.

Introduction:
Civil Engineering is the oldest and the broadest engineering discipline with remarkable contructions from the ancient Harappan, Mohenjodaro, Egypt and the Mesopotamia to the latest three gorges Dam of China. Civil Engineers play a pivotal role in creating the man-made environment and protecting the natural environment. Modern constructions, skyscrapers, underground railways, gigantic malls and apartments are all result of civil engineer vision, planning and execution. Globalisation has made infrastructure sector boom in the country. Facilities like roads, ports and other modes of transport widened the scope of huge constructions. This has made a great demand for Civil engineers.

Civil Engineering course is offered by prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology, National institutes of Technology, BITS, Delhi College of Engineering, University of Roorkee and other prominent engineering colleges. In Andhra Pradesh, admission to the course is through EAMCET.



Course:
Strength of materials, building technology, surveying, building technology, structural analysis and design, building planning and design, management economics financial analysis, steel structure and design, concrete technology, water resource engineering, engineering geology, industrial waste and waste water management, ground implement technics, water shed management are studied as part of the four –year chemical engineering course.

Core subjects:
Suryeying, strength of materials, building technology, structural analysis and design, design of hydraulic structures, architecture and town planning.

Higher education:
After completing a B.Tech/B.E in civil engineering, higher education can be pursued in India as well as abroad. M.Tech specializations such as transportation systems, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, remote sensing, hydraulic & water resourses, environmental engineering & management can be opted.

Job profiles:
A civil engineer mainly deals with design construction and maintenance of infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, roads,tunnels, dams, river & shipping lanes, industrial and power plants. Civil engineers usually work in sites.

Skills:
Interest in design and construction sector can fare well in the civil engineering field. One should have strong hold in maths and physics. One can grow higher in career with communication skills, teamwork and management skills.

Top companies:
Civil engineers have plentiful opportunities in public sector companies.
Recruitment is done in panchayat raj department, roads and buildings, housing department, irrigation department etc. Central government organizations like DMRC, RITES,National Disaster management Board also provide jobs for civil engineers. In the private sector, jayee , reliance Infra, L&T(ECC), and DLF offer job openings for the civil engineers.

Salary:
Starting salary for a civil engineering graduate is around 15,000 per month.With experience and skills one can get 40000 within four to five years.

Advice:
A student choosing the civil engineering branch must have analyzing capacity and creative spirit. With proper training and experience they can build a great career. But a student’s dream of a white collar job doesnt fulfill cent percent, as the civil engineering job demands a field work. Sustaining hard work can make wonders in the career of a civil engineer.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

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RGUKT Engineering Branches Information



.
:: Electronics & Communications Engineering ::.


Introduction :

Electronics, particularly computer usage coupled with recent space age, has by this time already crept into every sphere of human activities. Every industry, institution & organization feels the need for an Electronics Engineer. Today’s world is very much for and of the Electronics & Communication Engineers. Advanced countries in the world have gone to such depths of Electronics today that an Electronics Engineer is indispensable in every front.

Opportunity in this highly sophisticated and advanced branch of engineering is just immense. Electronics is now a part of our every day life, from our pocket FM radio to televisions, computers, mobile phones and even the high-end satellites that process and send images.

Definition:
Electronics and communication engineering is an engineering discipline which uses the scientific knowledge of the behavior and effects of electrons to develop components, devices, systems, or equipment that uses electricity as part of its driving force. The engineering field encompasses many subfields including those that deal with power, instrumentation engineering, telecommunications, semiconductor circuit design, and many others.

Core subjects:
Electromagnets, electronics, electrical circuits and machines, signals and systems, digital signal processing, microprocessors and embedded systems, communications systems, optical systems and VLSI.

HIGHER EDUCATION:
After completing Btech/B.E, students can opt for M.tech/M.S in various subjects such as fiber optics and light waves, micro electronics &VLSI design, RF and microwaves, telecommunication systems, visual information and embedded systems.

Job prospects:
There are plenty of jobs for skilled electronics engineers with post secondary qualifications. An electronics engineer can get a job in the Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored corporations in public enterprises and the private organizations like All India Radio, Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, AIR, Civil Aviation Department; Post and Telegraph Department; Co-ordination Department, National Physical Laboratory, Bharat Electronics Limited, Development Centers in various States etc. dealing in manufacture, sales and services of electronics consumer goods and appliances. Electronics engineers are also absorbed into the entertainment, transmission industry, research establishments, and defence. They can also take up teaching and research in one of the many engineering colleges in India or abroad.

Top recruiters:
PSUs such as BEL, DRMC and MNCs such as Siemens, Texas instruments, Intel, Nvidia, Philips electronics, Motorola, Samsung and Flextronics. DRDO, ISRO and IT companies like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, Accenture, HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra also recruit Electronic engineers.

Pay:
Earnings of an electronic engineer vary with market demand and among organisations. Working experience, qualifications, ability are important factors in determining the pay level. The trainee engineer earns Rs 20,000- 30,000 per month. A middle level technical professional gets Rs 70,000- 80,000 a month. A senior manager earns Rs 1.5 lakh a month.

Skills:
Strong logical and analytical skills, problem solving skills and must have a creative thought and should be aware of the developments in the technology.

 

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