J.B.Institute of Engineering & Technology

             (UGC Autonomous)
(Accredited by NAAC, Approved by AICTE
& Permanently Affiliated to JNTUH)

Facilities

Microsoft Innovation Centre

Microsoft Innovation Centre

Microsoft Innovation Centers (MIC) are faciities that provide world class resources and support for students, entreprenuers and startups, accelerating the creation of new companies, jobs and growth of the local software ecosystem.

JBIET is Microsoft platinum member and have MIC Center with high end 60 computers.

386 students are qualified in MOS and MPA.

We Conduct somany events like

Yappon
Boot Camp
MIC Advisor Dr. Niraj Upadhayaya B.E,M.E,M.S,Ph.D Principal
Co-ordinator Ch.Srinivasulu B.TECH,M.TECH,(Ph.D) HOD IT

 

Yoga Centre

Will be updated soon....

JB Open Auditorium

Will be updated soon....

Central Library

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTRE:

 

"LIBRARY IS A HEART OF THE INSTITUTION"
                                                               - Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

The Library and Information Centre is located in a spacious, well ventilated and illuminated Hall of 1300 square meters, volumes including the books in Reference Section 65568. About 215 periodicals, journals and 10 prominent daily newspapers (English & Telugu) are made available in the Library. We are maintaining the SC/ST Book Bank (Volumes: 2526) with assistance of A.P.Social Welfare Department. We have non book printed material, 1170 audio –visual CD’s & DVD’s, 500 video CD’s &DVD and 250 floppies. The total seating capacity of library and information centre is 300.  

Besides this we have 10 Departmental Libraries. Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electrical and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Information &Technology, Civil Engineering Science & Humanities, Bio-Medical Engineering, Master of Computer Applications, Master of Business Administration.

The Library and Information Centre is completely automated and computerized (College Management Software). All the staff and students have free access to internet in the library. We are also providing access to online in IEEE Digital Library transactions. Our college is one of the few institutions in the state to have DELNET (Developing Library Network) facilities providing access to internet library loan system nearly 700 libraries in the country and SAARC Countries. We can access to all International journals through SONET (Society for Networking for Excellence in Technical Education) and infotrac Engineering Science & Technology, Infotrac Management collection. Adequate Reprographic facilities are available in the Library and Information Centre.
The following are the Library Services/Facilities:
• Reference
• Circulation
• Clipping
• Reprographic
• Computer and Printing
• Internet Inter Library Loan
• Power Back up
• Information Display & Notification
• New arrivals
• User orientation / Information literacy
• Digital Library
• Bring Digital Library to all the Class rooms
• C M S (College Management System) implement for remote area accessing of the Library facilities

Digital Library :
JBIET having  Digital Library facility. The following features are available
It was product of Intel Tidal Data having capacity of 4 TB Capacity.
500 users can access simultaneously.
 
It is having the following features: 
• Tidal Data Server
• Unified Library Server
• NAS
• SAN
• Jukebox
• SATA Disks 1000 GB
• Storage Router
• e – learning Video Server Streamer
• Mail Server
• Proxy Server
• Print Server
• Server Management Software
• Client Access Manager
• 500 users capacity

 

Society of Automotive Engineers(SAE)

About SAE Activities Achievements SAE Report Gallery

 

The SAE International, the Society of Automobile Engineers was started in 1905, in America. With in a short span, it attracted professionals from Aeronautics, Power-boating engineers etc. Hence in the historical meeting held in 1916, the need to change the name of the society had been felt and ‘The Society of Automobile Engineers’ became ‘The Society of Automotive Engineers’ indicating the representatives from all types of mobility-related professions. The society operates throughout the world in the name of ‘SAE International’. But in our country, we are privileged to have the Society in the name of ‘SAEINDIA’. India is one of the very few countries that enjoy such privilege.


During the year 2009 under esteemed guidance of Prof. Y.Vijaya Kumar and Mr.B.V.K.Murthy as Faculty Advisors SAEINDIA JBIET COLLEGIATE CLUB was established with an intake of 170 students as members of this club.

The club is actively conducting events like Tier-1, Mini Convection and Work Shops ”Auto Tech fest” and also participating in prestigious event of BAJA. In 2011 -BAJA college was awarded 2nd prize of worth Rs.40000/- in Presentation Division.

SAE INDIA JBIET COLLEGIATE CLUB was awarded “Best Collegiate Club-2011” from Southern Section. Students also participated in EFFI CYCLE event.

Students are awaited for their career start to be placed in Mechanical Core Companies in coming days.

 


About SAE

Headquartered in a New York City office, four officers and five managing officers volunteered their time and energy to the cause. In that inaugural year of 1905 Andrew Riker served as president, and an up-and-coming engineering talent named Henry Ford served as the society's first vice president.

By 1916 the Society of Automobile Engineers membership had grown to 1,800. At the annual meeting that year representatives from the American Society of Aeronautic Engineers, the Society of Tractor Engineers, as well as representatives from the power boating industry made a pitch to SAE for oversight of technical standards in their industries.

Out of that fateful meeting in 1916 came a new organization with new horizons. This was to be a new society representing engineers in all types of mobility-related professions. SAE member Elmer Sperry actually created the term "automotive" from Greek autos (self), and Latin motivus (of motion) origins to represent any form of self powered vehicle. The Society of Automobile Engineers became the Society of Automotive Engineers, and the most important chapter in the SAE saga was underway.

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Activities

Few of the important activities of SAE –   JBIET:

Sl. No.

Activity

Number of students participated

1

SAE Student Convention 2009

 

TIRE 1 (club level)

7 competitions,
more than 100 students

TIRE 2 (Zonal level)

7 competitions, 19 students

TIRE 3 (National level)

8 competitions, 8 students

2

VIRTUAL BAJA Design Contest

9 students –mechanical engg

3

SAE Factory Visit

2 visits and 22 students

4

SAE TOPTECH programmes

1 toptech and 3 students

5

SAE TREK programme

1 trek and 2 students

6

SAE COLT programme

1 colt and 2 students

7

SAE Workshops

3 workshops and 10 students

8

Programs attended in other collegiate clubs

6 events and 66 students

9

Student Convention 2010

 

10

TIRE 1 (club level)

7 competitions,
108 students

TIRE 2 (Zonal level)

7 competitions, 10students

TIRE 3 (National level)

2 competitions, 8 students

11

BAJA SAEINDIA 2011, Pithampur

22 students

12

COLT Feb. 2010, AVIT Chennai

3 students

13

COLT Feb. 2011, Amrita School Of Engineering
Coimbatore

2 Students

14

EFFI-CYCLE 2011,UIET Chandigarh

8 Students

15

BAJA SAEINDIA 2012, Pithampur

25 Students

16

Factory Visit 2012, ARCI

25 Students

17

SAE Career Stat (2nd Phase) 2012,

25 Students

18

AUTO-TECH FEST (TOYOTA & BMW) 2012

200 Students

19

EFFI-CYCLE 2012,UIET Chandigarh

8 Students

20

BAJA VIRTUALS 2013,Bengaluru

5 Students

21

SAE TREK (Host)

40 Students

22

COLT -2013 ,Chennai

5 Students

23

Effi cycle Virtual’s 2013 ,Bengaluru

4 Students

24

Baja Virtual’s 2014 ,Chennai

4 Students

25

Xtractus 2013 (Mechanical Technical Fest host)

300 student participated.

26

Effi Cycle Final event 2013 ,Chandigarh

10 Students

27

Elite Techno Workshop 2013

250 Students participated.

28

Tier – I

120 students participated.

29

COLT -2014 , Coimbatore

4 Students

30

Factory Visit ARCI, Hyderabad

3 Students

31

SAE TREK 2014 ,Madurai

2 Students

32

Effi Cycle 2014 Virtual’s, Chennai

3 Students

33

Baja 2015 Virtual’s, Ahmedabad

4 Students

34

Tier –I

100 Students

35

Xtractus 2014 ( Mechanical Technical Fest host  Host)

200 Students

36

Technical Workshop (Vehicle Balancing)

80 Students

38

COLT -2014 Hyderabad

7 Students

39

Tier –II (Hosts)

220 Students

40

Tier- III Convention, Madurai

27 Students

 


Achievements

Will be updated soon....


Gallery

 

 
     
 
     
 
     
 
     

CRESE(Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems Excellence)

CRESE

Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems Excellence (CRESE) for Indian engineering Universities and Colleges. JBIET MOU with CRESE on 18th November, 2011.

 

Computer Centre

Jbiet have 833 HCL and Wipro Systems and 5 Servers. All System are maintained by 24*7 Tech Support people.

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Cells in JBIET

I.Research & Development Cell (RDC): 

Dr.S.Vasthsal, Dr.Udaya Kiran and G.Madhu Asst.Prof. Will be coordinators for the cell and assist Dr.B.L.Raju for getting projects and funds from different institutions.Dr.Vathsal informed that projects are available from BHEL, DRDO, etc.Chairman suggested that projects shall be identified in JBIET and then approach the organizations for funding. The cell may also apply to MODROB for EEE and Mechanical Department projects.
The R&D cell shall explore the projects for funding and the projects in pipe line.

Extraordinary developments have been taking place in the fields of Science and Technology. But there is usually a considerable time lag, of some decades, before they reach the common man and the common student. This Cell, therefore, is envisaged to help disseminate this knowledge. Secondly, ever–increasing specialization severely narrows down—like the cardiac specialist bothering only about the heart. A holistic appreciation of all specializations becomes necessary for true progress. The periodic programs, to be organized by the Cell, should give this global understanding, especially to the student community, through the participating members of the teaching staff pertaining to JBIET.

To begin with, the Cell decided to organize technical sessions and seminars. The EDC Cell team have presented some R & D projects. More details about these projects will be published in near future.Technological advances in the fields of Communication, Transportation, and Information Processing have brought the human communities nearer in an unprecedented manner. Among other things, this also dramatically increased our power to endanger the environment and all forms of LIFE, including our own. Our continued survival depends on the healthy maintenance of global resources and other bio-communities. Corporations and Nations are beginning to recognize the need to shift priorities from the merely economical to the holistic welfare of all LIFE.
The present world is moving, towards building a knowledge society.Reasearch and Development is a scientific tool to develop knowledge for increasing productivity in a nation for better GDP and GNP Economic growth depends on the above. Knowledge gathering starts in academic institutions. By creating innovations, new Knowledge can be generated and taught to students for which research and development is a must for academic pursuits.  Presently any accreditation team visits for NBA or NAAC. They examine R&D potential in the institution.
Creating an R&D centre also helps students to do projects in the campus itself.  The faculty development is faster if they guide B.Tech. and M.Tech. projects in house.
JNTU is currently insisting on getting Ph.D. for even appointing Associate professors.  If a good R&D centre is available, new Ph.Ds can be trained and guided by senior faculty of the college.
In view of the above, it is suggested that JB group take up this task of setting up a R&D centre on priority basis.
Trust Areas:

Formulation of R&D policies:

  1. Linking with offices, committees & panels which support research

  2. Academic policies with JNTU

  3. Administration of funded projects

  4. Resolution of conflicts

  5. Handling intellectual property

  6. Encouraging patents, copyrights, trade marks and geographic indicators

  7. Consortium approach

  8. Creating Doctoral & Post doctoral fellowships

  9. Incentives for faculty & students research

  10. Foreign collaborations

  11. Industrial interaction

  12. Interaction with R & D labs

  13. Travel budget for R & D

  14. Conducting National & International conferences

  15. Security & Safety

  16. Role of women

  17. Role of animals(bio tech) Animal house

  18. Commercialization of research

  19. Training of students & faculty on R & D culture

  20. Research publications

Formation of Research Advisory Committee
The members are:
In-house Journal of Research

II.Entrepreneur Development Cell (EDC):
1. Dr.D.V.S.Raju, Assoc.Prof, Mech Dept.-Dean.
2. Sri Mangilal, Assoc.Prof, Mech Dept.-Member and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member
EDC shall submit the application for registration with Entrepreneur Cell, New Delhi for sanction of funds for setting up of EDC for JBIET.The Cell shall also coordinate with Ministry of Small & Medium Enterprise(MSME) for Lectures, Seminars and Workshops to be conducted periodically(once in a month). They may also enter into MoU with agencies for entrepreneur development skills in students.

BE YOUR OWN BOSS START YOUR OWN ENTERPRISE Be the Job Generator Rather Than Job Seekers

In India, a large number of Technical Institutions of Higher Learning have emerged since the couple of decades, some comparable to the best institutions in the world, that are churning out a large number of Trained and Technical Manpower, Most of the Graduates/Post Graduates are looking for job opportunities rather than exploiting the opportunities in the present global scenario and setup their own ventures thus becoming job Generators rather than Job Seekers and pursue their higher studies.

In EDC Cell the students are provided with the knowledge in the following areas:
•ENTREPRENEURIAL MOTIVATION
• FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION 
• MARKET ASSESSMENT
• INFORMATION OF SUPPORT AGENCIES
• CURRENT TRENDS OF COMPOSITE INDUSTRY         
BENEFITS:
• KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CHARMS OF BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR
• MOTIVATE THE STUDENT TO BE A JOB CREATOR 
• MAKE CREATIVE USE OF STUDENTS’ TALENTS AND SKILLS  
• DIRECT INTERACTION WITH ENTREPRENEURS
• TIPS TO SUCCESSFULLY MANAGE STUDENTS’ OWN ENTERPRISE

III.Training, Development and Placement Cell (TDPC):
1. Prof.V.V.Rangasai, HOD (T&PC)-Dean
2. Sri.K.V.Ranga Rao, Associate Prof., CSE-Member, and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member
   The Cell shall conduct regular training programs for soft skills; invite entrepreneurs and industrialists for seminars and lectures.
Objective:
The main objective of training and Placement cell at J.B.Institute of Engineering and Technology is to provide personal and career related support to the students with special emphasis on training the students on employability skills and ultimately provide placement in various Industries/Organizations by arranging campus recruitment drives.
Activities of the Cell:
1. To arrange training for the students in soft skills. For this we have allotted 2 hours per week for each section from second year onwards to cover communication skills and Analytical Skills.
2. To arrange Expert Lectures from out side institutions to train on Employability Skills.
3. Arrange workshops on GD and Interview Skills.
4. Intract with various Industries and establish MOU’s for Recruitment Drives and also for conducting Seminars to make the students aware of the Latest Trends in various areas.
5. To arrange before each recruitment drive a company/specific training session to make the students concentrate on the specific skills required for that Industry.
6. After completion of each recruitment drive, a feedback session for all the students so as to analyze and make the students aware of the reasons for not getting selected.


IV.Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC):
1. Dr.P.Kameshwari, HOD, MBA-Dean PG Students.
2. Dr.G.Jagmohan Das, HOD, Civil-Member, and
3. Sri.T.P.Baru, JD (HR)-Member

It is also suggested that Dr.Udaya Kiran to associate very actively with this Cell for Industry interaction since he is already engaged with research activities in industries.
Dr.Jagmohan Das with his vast experience and wide contacts requested to guide the Cell.
TEQIP Consultancy team from New Delhi is likely to visit JBIET during first week of March 2010.As per their requirement, the information & data to be furnished in the formats of the above Cells.

Preamble

J.B.I.E.T  has placed emphasis on the cultivation of strong links with the Industry for the past one decade and promotion of various Industrial activities by the Mentors and the students.  In the present Globalization and Comp0etititve world to keep up the growing volume of Industrial Liaison activities and strengthen the growth and development of Interaction between Institute and Industry a separate cell (I I I Cell)  is established this year i.e. Feb. 2010 to co-ordinates with all the faculties / mentors of JBIET and Industry.
OBJECTIVIES OF IIICell
To have a closer linkage between Industry and Institute and promote research suited to Industry needs, and consultancy which creates a sense of owning among faculty members.
To enable academics to take a sabbatical in Industries provides internships for students in industries, which will prepare the students better for entering the industry.
To create an Industrial Chair (Room Provision) in the JBIET and to enable the appointment of experienced Industry resource persons as visiting faculty in JBIET.
To take a membership with various professional associations and research organization in different fields and sectors to promote various forms of interactions.

• INAE(Indian National Academy of Engineering)
• CII(Confederation of Indian Industry)
• FAPCCI(Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry)
• MSME( Micro & Small Medium Entrepreneurship)
• NHRD(National Human Resource Development)
• ICMR
DIFFERENT FORMS OF I.I.I.Cell AT JBIET:

Product Development (Prototype)
Solutions for field problems (Market – Survey etc.)
Short Term Training programmes from IGNOU, Corporate Trainer etc. Technical Skills & Competitive Skills.

INDUSTRY INSTITUTE EXCHANGE

Extension Lecture/Guest Lecture/A talk on various topics from visiting faculty from Industry(at least one session in a month). 
Practical Training Programmes /  Short Term assignment to faculty members in industry.
Industrial Projects / Live Projects under joint guidance (Industry Experts & Faculty) for students.
Arranging visits to various industries for faculties & students at least once in a year.

ACTIVITES TO BE TAKEN UNDER I.I.I.CELL

A wide variety of activities has to be taken up in collaboration with Industry / Professional Association to improve the quality of pass outs.
Industrial Training of Students & Staff : The students are to be provided training in the industries in the relevant fields and teachers are also exposed to Industry innovative.
Industrial Visits
Extension / Guest Lectures / Talk on various topics (Burning Topics, New Technology,Industry crisis etc.
Project Work (Mini / Major Projects)
Students Evaluation – Mock Interview / Mock Campus Drive, Group Discussions,Written Test by inviting Corporate Trainers / Corporate Recruiters.
Research & Development Consultancy
Career Guidance & Job Placement of students by organizing JOB MELA, Membership/MOU with Monster, Naukri, India Placement.com etc.

Technical Planet for IT Education

TechnoPIE is a technical association of CSE, IT and MCA Departments of J B Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad. The prime objective of this association is to improve techno-managerial skills among the students. And help them to cherish well in their future.


TechnoPIE is an professional organisation of JBIET which seeks to bring together all those with an interest in the use of learning technology in higher and further education.


We have inaugurated this professional body in our college on 14th February 2009, under the guidance of Dr.Niraj Upadhyaya, Mr.Ch Srinivasulu and Mr G.Srinivasulu and with the help of some meritorious students of both IT and CSE departments.


 We have conducted many technical events in past two years, such as

And Assistance was given to students on various aspects such as

Some of the areas where we had technical talks were:

“Search Technologies and opportunities” by Raj Vallabhaneni, CTO, Rofous Software Pvt Ltd
“Product Development Vs IT Services” by Mr. Vasu Babu

Governing Body of TechnoPIE


Chief Advisor: Dr.Niraj Upadhyaya

Board President: Mr.Ch.Srinivasulu

Technical Advisor: Mr.G.Sreenivasulu

 

IEEE Student Branch

 

IEEE Student Branch 


School Code: 41380423

Branch Code: 62231

IEEE SB is to foster the technical knowledge among students from all walks of life. "Does not matter what degree are they pursuing, all the students are eligible to join IEEE as a student member so long as they are pursuing a degree with 50% of the Full time. It's a world wide established technical society, not to mention its the biggest of course" To have an IEEE student branch in an institution brings credit to the institution, since IEEE is the top most professional body in the world. Students of the first batch have taken the initiative in forming the IEEE students branch in the year 2001-2002, with 45 members. the students of the subsequent batches have taken the initiative in getting the branch recognized by IEEE in 2002-2003 and in increasing the membership. Provision is made for IEEE members to access the IEEE Digital library, Weekly meetings of IEEE students Members Achievements include Debates, Group Discussions, Paper Presentations, Guest Lectures etc. 

IEEE has more than 375,000 members in more than 160 countries; 45 percent of whom are from outside the United States more than 80,000 student members 329 sections in ten geographic regions worldwide 1,860 chapters that unite local members with similar technical interests 1,789 student branches in 80 countries 483 student branch chapters at colleges and universities 390 affinity groups - IEEE Affinity Groups are non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council. The Affinity Group patent entities are Consultants' Network, Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), Women in Engineering (WIE) and Life Members (LM) 

IEEE has a total of 45 societies and councils - 38 societies and 7 technical councils representing the wide range of technical interests has more than 2 million documents in the IEEE/IET Electronic Library has nearly 1,300 standards and projects under development publishes a total of 144 transactions, journals and magazines sponsors more than 900 conferences annually.

The Following is the list Elected as Office Bearers for the Year 2014

Student Branch Counselor

Dr.S.Shiva Prasad

Chairman

KAMMARA RAVI

Vice Chairman

MAHEEDHAR MAILA

Secretary

KAVETI SAIKUMAR

Treasurer

 GOTTIPARTHI NITHIN

Executive Committee Members

NEELAP SAIKIRAN

Web Master

 

 

Technical fest E-AGNIC-2K14 held on 13th & 14th march 2014 organized by IEEE Student branch JBIET. In this event Guest lecture delivered on the topic of Advanced Power systems by Dr.P. Balasubramaniam, Professor CBIT followed by technical papers contest, QUIZCON & Live project contest...

        

 

Engineer’s day held on 15/09/2014 organized by IEEE Student branch JBIET. In this event Guest lecture delivered on the topic of Matlab applications by dr. A.K. Sarkar,Sc "G",Director Systems DRDL, Hyderabad....

 

CSI Student Chapter

The JBIET CSI Student Chapter was formed in 2010 in the spirit of providing students resources and contacts needed for the enhancement of their professional development. It provides friendly competitions, tours of cutting-edge facilities and a venue to meet and speak with some of the most important working professionals. It is intended to provide a platform for students to display as well as enhance their skills. CSI membership provides many programs and presents yet another chance for students to stay a step ahead on the path to their chosen fields.


Chapter hopes to create an environment where all students can learn to effectively develop and use technology both for improving their own career prospects and for the benefit of humanity.


It has been playing an effective role in shaping and developing responsible Engineers of tomorrow. It has been conducting regular training programs like group workshops, seminars, Contests, industrial visits and a lot more. This website contains a record of all the activities of the Student Chapter.


About Us

 

The Computer Society of India is a non-Profit professional meet to exchange views and information learn and share ideas. The wide spectrum of members is committed to the advancement of the theory and practice of Computer Engineering and Technology Systems, Science and Engineering, Information Processing and related Arts and Sciences. The Society also encourages and assists professionals to maintain the integrity and competence of the profession and fosters a sense of partnership amongst members. Besides the activities held at the Chapters and Student Branches, the Society also conducts periodic conferences, seminars, etc.


The Students of the Departments Information Technology and Computer Science and Engineering are actively involved in professional and Technical Society. The Student chapter of Computer Society of India has been established in the Institute with the 86 students as members of CSI to actively promote the professional activities in the Institute. The Details of the CSI student chapter is as follows

S No
Branch
Students Members
1
Information Technology
86
2
Computer Science &Engineering
56

 

Benefits on joining CSI JBIET Chapter are


About CSI

Computer Society of India is the largest association of IT professionals in India. Started in the year 1965 with less than 50 likeminded professionals as a computer user group. Today, the CSI has 66 chapters all over India, 381 student branches, and more than 40,000 members, including India’s most famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians. Now, you have the opportunity to be a part of this distinguished fraternity too.


The mission of the CSI is to facilitate research, knowledge sharing, learning and career enhancement for all categories of IT professionals, while simultaneously inspiring and nurturing new entrants into the industry and helping them to integrate into the IT community. The CSI is also working closely with other industry associations, government bodies and academia to ensure that the benefits of IT advancement ultimately percolate down to every single citizen of India.


The Computer Society of India regularly Organizes workshops, seminars conventions, and technical talks for the benefit of professionals and users of IT apart from conducting continuing education and professional development programmes for a focussed audience of budding professionals, researchers and students. The CSI Annual Conventions are held in different cities across India. The other leading examples of national/international conferences include BIG, COMAD, ConSEG, COMNET, ConfER etc. Among these, the National Conferences on Education and Research (ConfER) are the latest addition since the 2007-08 academic year.

MEMBERS

JBIET is an Educational Institution member of Computer Society of India, with 3 Faculty Nominee members
Educational Institution Membership Number: 101450

Governing Body

 

Chief Advisor
Dr.Niraj Upadhyaya
Student Branch Counsellor  
Ch.Srinivasulu
President
K.Reddi Prasad
Vice President
Sushmita Sripada
General Secretary
K.Balasubramanyam
Joint Secretary
A.Vikram Sai
Deputy Secretary
Suhas Reddy
Treasurer
G.Vamsi Krishna

CSI faculty advisers

Ch.Srinivasulu Assoc.Professor & HOD IT

G.Srinivasulu Assoc. Professor & HOD CSE

ExeCom Members

B.R Sadanand

Nihali

E.Santosh Kumar

C R Aditya Goud

Sneha Tiwary

Sandhya

M Arun Kumar Yadav

Yamuna

Varma

M.Mounika

Sukumar

Ashish Pandey

CSI NOMINEE’S

B.Madhavi Devi, Associate Prof, Dept of CSIT
Sanjay Jacob Kumar, Associate Prof, Dept of CSIT

 


Members

 

Membership No
Name
 Branch Membership No
Name
Branch Membership No
Name
Branch
01082697 Mr Reddi Prasad Koneni CSIT  ¾ 01082727 Mr Balaji D CSIT   ¾ 01082757 Ms Sravani R CSIT  ²/4
01082698 Ms Sushmita Sripada CSIT  ¾ 01082728 Mr Rakesh K CSIT   ¾ 01082758 Ms Supraja T CSIT  ²/4
01082699 Mr Vamsi Krishna Gogulamudi CSIT  ¾ 01082729 Ms Madhuri P CSIT   ¾ 01082759 Ms Navatarika Singh CSIT  ²/4
01082700 Mr Raviteja P CSIT  ¾ 01082730 Mr Mohan R CSIT   ¾ 01082760 Ms Sharada M CSIT  ²/4
01082701 Mr Ravi A.P.K CSIT   ¾ 01082731 Mr Nithin Kumar K CSIT   ¾ 01082761 Ms Divija Thota CSIT  ²/4
01082702 Mr Siva Ganesh Kottana CSIT   ¾ 01082732 Mr Kranthi Kumar K CSIT   ¾ 01082762 Mr Vikram Sai A CSIT  ²/4
01082703 Mr Sravan Kumar Kastoori CSIT   ¾ 01082733 Mr Prasanna Kumar B CSIT   ¾ 01082763 Ms Jyothsna D CSIT  ²/4
01082704 Mr Venkatesh Babu Kanchumarthi CSIT   ¾ 01082734 Mr Koushik L CSIT   ¾ 01082764 Ms Naimisha K CSIT  ²/4
01082705 Mr Santhosh Kumar Eppapula CSIT   ¾ 01082735 Ms Arunavati N CSIT   ¾ 01082765 Ms Bhanusailaja Ch CSIT  ²/4
01082706 Mr Umesh Chandra Achanta CSIT   ¾ 01082736 Ms Lavanya R CSIT   ¾ 01082766 Mr Harish B CSIT  ²/4
01082707 Mr Saikiran T CSIT   ¾ 01082737 Ms Ramya K CSIT   ¾ 01082767 Ms Rajitha N CSIT  ²/4
01082708 Mr Sai Raghav Arram CSIT   ¾ 01082738 Ms Mounika M CSIT   ¾ 01082768 Mr Sadanand B.R CSIT  ²/4
01082709 Mr Sandeep Pustakala CSIT   ¾ 01082739 Ms Divya Reddy C CSIT   ¾ 01082769 Mr Ashish Kumar Pandey CSIT  ²/4
01082710 Mr Surender L CSIT   ¾ 01082740 Mr Aditya Goud C.R CSIT   ¾ 01082770 Mr Dhan Singh Rathore CSIT  ²/4
01082711 Mr Harshad Shaik CSIT   ¾ 01082741 Ms Nikitha M CSIT   ¾ 01082771 Mr Vishnusai Reddy G CSIT  ²/4
01082712 Mr Sudhakar A CSIT   ¾ 01082742 Ms Divya S CSIT   ¾ 01082772 Ms Swathi M CSIT  ²/4
01082713 Mr Rohit Pritam T.A CSIT   ¾ 01082743 Ms Manognya G CSIT   ¾ 01082773 Mr Madhu K CSIT  ²/4
01082714 Mr Siddhartha Rudra CSIT   ¾ 01082744 Ms Preethi P CSIT   ¾ 01082774 Mr Ravi Tejareddy M CSIT  ²/4
01082715 Mr Sharad S CSIT   ¾ 01082745 Ms Navya V CSIT   ¾ 01082775 Ms Bhavana P CSIT  ²/4
01082716 Ms Sravani Paritala CSIT   ¾ 01082746 Ms Gayatri D CSIT   ¾ 01082776 Ms Bhagya K CSIT  ²/4
01082717 Mr Varun Bhargav Gandam CSIT   ¾ 01082747 Mr Shravan N CSIT  ²/4 01082777 Mr Santhosh D CSIT  ²/4
01082718 Mr Harsha K.V CSIT   ¾ 01082748 Mr Sresai Suhas P CSIT  ²/4 01082778 Mr Karthik P CSIT  ²/4
01082719 Mr Sridhar Goggi CSIT   ¾ 01082749 Mr Umesh M CSIT  ²/4 01082779 Mr Arunkumar Yadav M CSIT  ²/4
01082720 Mr Tarun Kumar S CSIT   ¾ 01082750 Ms Shruthi Reddy S CSIT  ²/4 01082780 Mr Ajay Reddy D CSIT  ²/4
01082721 Mr Solman Raju Chille CSIT   ¾ 01082751 Ms Vijayalakshmi V CSIT  ²/4 01082781 Ms Santa Kumar K CSIT  ²/4
01082722 Mr Ahmed Hussain Qureshi CSIT   ¾ 01082752 Ms Vasavi Sanikommu CSIT  ²/4 01082782 Ms Lolitha Sreshta D CSIT  ²/4
01082723 Mr Laxman D CSIT   ¾ 01082753 Ms Kinjal Ranawat V CSIT  ²/4      
01082724 Mr Durga Prasad A CSIT   ¾ 01082754 Ms Sree Vidhya M CSIT  ²/4      
01082725 Mr Akhilesh Chiluka CSIT   ¾ 01082755 Ms Sneha Tiwary CSIT  ²/4      
01082726 Mr Karthik K.G CSIT   ¾ 01082756 Ms Spandana K CSIT  ²/4      

 

Governing Body

GOVERNING BODY
Chief Patron: Dr.V.V.Rao (Principal, JB Institute of Engineering & Technology)
Principal Staff Advisor: Mr B.V.K.Murthy (Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering)
Principal Advisor & Mentor: Mr Anup Manasseh N (M.Tech CAD/CAM)
Advisor: Mr A. Harish (M.Tech CAD/CAM)
Mentor & Advisor: M. Priyamsh Reddy (IV yr CE)
Advisor & Counsellor: S.Nihar (IV yr CE)
Advisor (Operations & Administration) L. Lokesh Reddy (IV yr CE)
STUDENT GOVERNING BODY
Council of Executives
President: B.Shiva Krishna (IV yr CE)
Vice President: R.Bala Chander (IV yr CE)
Secretary: T. Suman (III yr Bio-Tech)
Treasurer: Y.Sachin Kumar (IV yr EEE)
Joint Secretary (Planning) : G.Monica (III yr EEE)
Joint Secretary (Public Relations) : Humeira Fatima
Executive Resource Council:

Under Secretary Planning and Execution & Public Relations Ashwini (III yr Bio Tech)

Under Secretary-Cultural & Anti Ragging H. Avinash (II yr BT)

Under Secretary-Logistics and Production Md. Haroon Rasheed (III yr CE)

Resource Council:
Special Grade Deputy Secretaries:

Sindhu(II yr EEE)

Saniya (II yr Bio Tech)

Jilu Jolly(II yr Bio Tech)

Deputy Secretaries-Public Relations:

Sai Manasa (II yr IT)

Sneha T (II yr IT)

Jyothi (II yr Bio Tech )

Deputy Secretaries-Planning & Execution:

Hemanjali (II yr IT)

Sanjana (II yr BME)

Vikram Sai (II yr IT)

Deputy Secretaries-Recruitment:

Varsha (II yr IT)

Tanmayee (II yr EEE)

Sanskruthi M (II yr CSE)

Deputy Secretaries-Sponsorship:

Vidya (II yr IT)

Vishnu (II yr EEE)

Supraja (II yr IT)

Deputy Secretaries-Coordination:

Sneha G (II yr EEE)

Shakthi(II yr EEE)

Ramani (II yr EEE)

Deputy Secretaries-Logistics & Production:

Prashanth Ram (II yr EEE)

Rahul Gagapaga (II yr EEE)

Ravi Kishore (II yr EEE)

Deputy Secretaries-Anti Ragging: Rukhumuddin (II yr CSE)
Jaideep(II yr Bio Tech)

 

 

About Us

The Computer Society of India is a non-Profit professional meet to exchange views and information learn and share ideas. The wide spectrum of members is committed to the advancement of the theory and practice of Computer Engineering and Technology Systems, Science and Engineering, Information Processing and related Arts and Sciences. The Society also encourages and assists professionals to maintain the integrity and competence of the profession and fosters a sense of partnership amongst members. Besides the activities held at the Chapters and Student Branches, the Society also conducts periodic conferences, seminars, etc.


The Students of the Departments Information Technology and Computer Science and Engineering are actively involved in professional and Technical Society. The Student chapter of Computer Society of India has been established in the Institute with the 86 students as members of CSI to actively promote the professional activities in the Institute. The Details of the CSI student chapter is as follows

  S No
Branch
Students Members
 
1
Information Technology
86
 
2
Computer Science &Engineering
56

 

Benefits on joining CSI JBIET Chapter are

 

About CSI

Computer Society of India is the largest association of IT professionals in India. Started in the year 1965 with less than 50 likeminded professionals as a computer user group. Today, the CSI has 66 chapters all over India, 381 student branches, and more than 40,000 members, including India’s most famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians. Now, you have the opportunity to be a part of this distinguished fraternity too.


The mission of the CSI is to facilitate research, knowledge sharing, learning and career enhancement for all categories of IT professionals, while simultaneously inspiring and nurturing new entrants into the industry and helping them to integrate into the IT community. The CSI is also working closely with other industry associations, government bodies and academia to ensure that the benefits of IT advancement ultimately percolate down to every single citizen of India.


The Computer Society of India regularly Organizes workshops, seminars conventions, and technical talks for the benefit of professionals and users of IT apart from conducting continuing education and professional development programmes for a focussed audience of budding professionals, researchers and students. The CSI Annual Conventions are held in different cities across India. The other leading examples of national/international conferences include BIG, COMAD, ConSEG, COMNET, ConfER etc. Among these, the National Conferences on Education and Research (ConfER) are the latest addition since the 2007-08 academic year.

MEMBERS

JBIET is an Educational Institution member of Computer Society of India, with 3 Faculty Nominee members
Educational Institution Membership Number: 101450

Governing Body

 

 

Chief Advisor

Dr.Niraj Upadhyaya

 

Student Branch Counsellor  

Ch.Srinivasulu

 

President

K.Reddi Prasad

 

Vice President

Sushmita Sripada

 

General Secretary

K.Balasubramanyam

 

Joint Secretary

A.Vikram Sai

 

Deputy Secretary

Suhas Reddy

 

Treasurer

G.Vamsi Krishna

 

   

CSI faculty advisers

 

Ch.Srinivasulu Assoc.Professor & HOD IT

 

G.Srinivasulu Assoc. Professor & HOD CSE

ExeCom Members

 

B.R Sadanand

Nihali

E.Santosh Kumar

 

C R Aditya Goud

Sneha Tiwary

Sandhya

 

M Arun Kumar Yadav

Yamuna

Varma

 

M.Mounika

Sukumar

Ashish Pandey

CSI NOMINEE’S

B.Madhavi Devi, Associate Prof, Dept of CSIT
Sanjay Jacob Kumar, Associate Prof, Dept of CSIT

 

 

Members

Membership No
Name
 Branch Membership No
Name
Branch Membership No
Name
Branch
01082697 Mr Reddi Prasad Koneni CSIT  ¾ 01082727 Mr Balaji D CSIT   ¾ 01082757 Ms Sravani R CSIT  ²/4
01082698 Ms Sushmita Sripada CSIT  ¾ 01082728 Mr Rakesh K CSIT   ¾ 01082758 Ms Supraja T CSIT  ²/4
01082699 Mr Vamsi Krishna Gogulamudi CSIT  ¾ 01082729 Ms Madhuri P CSIT   ¾ 01082759 Ms Navatarika Singh CSIT  ²/4
01082700 Mr Raviteja P CSIT  ¾ 01082730 Mr Mohan R CSIT   ¾ 01082760 Ms Sharada M CSIT  ²/4
01082701 Mr Ravi A.P.K CSIT   ¾ 01082731 Mr Nithin Kumar K CSIT   ¾ 01082761 Ms Divija Thota CSIT  ²/4
01082702 Mr Siva Ganesh Kottana CSIT   ¾ 01082732 Mr Kranthi Kumar K CSIT   ¾ 01082762 Mr Vikram Sai A CSIT  ²/4
01082703 Mr Sravan Kumar Kastoori CSIT   ¾ 01082733 Mr Prasanna Kumar B CSIT   ¾ 01082763 Ms Jyothsna D CSIT  ²/4
01082704 Mr Venkatesh Babu Kanchumarthi CSIT   ¾ 01082734 Mr Koushik L CSIT   ¾ 01082764 Ms Naimisha K CSIT  ²/4
01082705 Mr Santhosh Kumar Eppapula CSIT   ¾ 01082735 Ms Arunavati N CSIT   ¾ 01082765 Ms Bhanusailaja Ch CSIT  ²/4
01082706 Mr Umesh Chandra Achanta CSIT   ¾ 01082736 Ms Lavanya R CSIT   ¾ 01082766 Mr Harish B CSIT  ²/4
01082707 Mr Saikiran T CSIT   ¾ 01082737 Ms Ramya K CSIT   ¾ 01082767 Ms Rajitha N CSIT  ²/4
01082708 Mr Sai Raghav Arram CSIT   ¾ 01082738 Ms Mounika M CSIT   ¾ 01082768 Mr Sadanand B.R CSIT  ²/4
01082709 Mr Sandeep Pustakala CSIT   ¾ 01082739 Ms Divya Reddy C CSIT   ¾ 01082769 Mr Ashish Kumar Pandey CSIT  ²/4
01082710 Mr Surender L CSIT   ¾ 01082740 Mr Aditya Goud C.R CSIT   ¾ 01082770 Mr Dhan Singh Rathore CSIT  ²/4
01082711 Mr Harshad Shaik CSIT   ¾ 01082741 Ms Nikitha M CSIT   ¾ 01082771 Mr Vishnusai Reddy G CSIT  ²/4
01082712 Mr Sudhakar A CSIT   ¾ 01082742 Ms Divya S CSIT   ¾ 01082772 Ms Swathi M CSIT  ²/4
01082713 Mr Rohit Pritam T.A CSIT   ¾ 01082743 Ms Manognya G CSIT   ¾ 01082773 Mr Madhu K CSIT  ²/4
01082714 Mr Siddhartha Rudra CSIT   ¾ 01082744 Ms Preethi P CSIT   ¾ 01082774 Mr Ravi Tejareddy M CSIT  ²/4
01082715 Mr Sharad S CSIT   ¾ 01082745 Ms Navya V CSIT   ¾ 01082775 Ms Bhavana P CSIT  ²/4
01082716 Ms Sravani Paritala CSIT   ¾ 01082746 Ms Gayatri D CSIT   ¾ 01082776 Ms Bhagya K CSIT  ²/4
01082717 Mr Varun Bhargav Gandam CSIT   ¾ 01082747 Mr Shravan N CSIT  ²/4 01082777 Mr Santhosh D CSIT  ²/4
01082718 Mr Harsha K.V CSIT   ¾ 01082748 Mr Sresai Suhas P CSIT  ²/4 01082778 Mr Karthik P CSIT  ²/4
01082719 Mr Sridhar Goggi CSIT   ¾ 01082749 Mr Umesh M CSIT  ²/4 01082779 Mr Arunkumar Yadav M CSIT  ²/4
01082720 Mr Tarun Kumar S CSIT   ¾ 01082750 Ms Shruthi Reddy S CSIT  ²/4 01082780 Mr Ajay Reddy D CSIT  ²/4
01082721 Mr Solman Raju Chille CSIT   ¾ 01082751 Ms Vijayalakshmi V CSIT  ²/4 01082781 Ms Santa Kumar K CSIT  ²/4
01082722 Mr Ahmed Hussain Qureshi CSIT   ¾ 01082752 Ms Vasavi Sanikommu CSIT  ²/4 01082782 Ms Lolitha Sreshta D CSIT  ²/4
01082723 Mr Laxman D CSIT   ¾ 01082753 Ms Kinjal Ranawat V CSIT  ²/4      
01082724 Mr Durga Prasad A CSIT   ¾ 01082754 Ms Sree Vidhya M CSIT  ²/4      
01082725 Mr Akhilesh Chiluka CSIT   ¾ 01082755 Ms Sneha Tiwary CSIT  ²/4      
01082726 Mr Karthik K.G CSIT   ¾ 01082756 Ms Spandana K CSIT  ²/4      

 

 

Events

1. Inaugural  Function on 19/01/2011

Details to be updated soon....

 

Gallery

Will be Updated Soon.......

Contact Us

 

Mr.Ch.Srinivasulu

 

Student Branch Counsellor

 

HOD, Dept of CSIT

 

JBIET

 

Email: ch.srinivasulu@jbiet.edu.in

   
 

Mr.K.Reddi Prasad

 

President

 

CSI JBIET Student Branch

 

Ph No: +91 94917 74621

 

Email: reddiprasad.jbit@gmail.com

Student Activity Centre

The Student Activity Centre (SAC), a model facility housing the student body of J.B.Institute of Engineering & Technology was started in the academic year 2002-2003 and has been successfully indulging in student activities since then. To ensure overall development of every student, SAC provides for all the required facilities. SAC is successfully running under the expert guidance of Mr. B.V.K. Murthy (Asst. Prof Dept of M.E).SAC over the years has carved out a niche for itself.

Governing Body of SAC consists of three divisions namely the Council of Executives and the Resource Council, and the General Body which are headed by a President, who also aids and advises the Staff Advisor in discharge of his duties. The General Body consists of first time members drawn from all disciplines on offer in this Institute.

Being true to its name SAC exhibits high levels of professionalism, and run on a highly revered Constitution, which aims at “providing the students opportunities for overall personality development with the emphasis on leadership qualities and the spirit of service."

SAC, regarding student affairs, functions as the policy making body which formulates its policies based on the demands and aspirations of the Student Body. Council of Executives is involved in the execution and implementation of these policies and is accountable to the SAC.

SAC stands to uphold and protect the unity and integrity of the Institute, to Promote harmony and spirit of brotherhood amongst all its members. SAC strives for excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that its members constantly rise to higher levels of endeavour and achievement, and to develop scientific temper , humanism , and spirit of inquiry and reform.

Organized by SAC, a number of literary and social activities take place on the campus throughout the year. 'INXS' is one of the biggest events of the Institute every year. The Council of Executives for the Academic year of 2008-2009 has a distinction of organizing four INXS in a row.In addition, music festivals and other cultural festivals are organized regularly.

Students can join various clubs existing like Music Club, Photography Club, and Literary Club. Efforts are on towards starting new clubs say Astronomy Club, Amateur Radio Club, Environment Club etc.

SAC has also been indulged in community service with the help of N.S.S.

 

Gallery

 

B.Tech Orientation Programme on 6th October, 2010 in JBIET Campus

  

  

  

 

Upcomming Events

 

This page keeps all the followers of this blog informed with all the upcoming events coming SAC's way.

First in the line is our Constitution Commencement day which is going to be held on 13th March 2010.We are also looking forward to issue the id cards to our new members on this auspicious day.We would be pleased to see all the new members in SAC on this particular day.

Next in the line is our annual cultural event SPHOORTI which is scheduled to be held on 19th and 20th March 2010.The schedules are already being circulated through out the college.The registrations are already open.So rush to The Student Activity Centre to register yourself to participate in several events of our biggest annual cultural event.

Next in the line is our most awaited day in the college calender.It is the pride of our college and SAC in special.It is our annual cultural fest which is scheduled to be held on 2nd and 3rd of April 2010.It is special for SAC as it plays a vital role in organizing it.


Governing Body

 
 
 
 
 
 

Hostel

JB Group of Education institutes are providing hygienic hostel facility for engineering students were functioning since 14 SEP 04.We are having separate hostels, which consist of 162 rooms for boys and 96 rooms for girls with excellent facilities. We are having dedicated warden and some of the senior faculties will taking care of hostel residents.

The following facilities are provided to the inmates:

  1. Iron cot
  2. Mattress
  3. Almairah
  4. Table
  5. Chair
  6. Mineral Water
  7. Library and internet facilities upto 7pm on weekdays
  8. Free medical check-ups and diagnostic checks
  9. Safe and secure environment conductive for studying
  10. Ragging free environment

Health-Centre

J.B.I.E.T encompasses a health center that could provide all the necessary first-aid and medical kits along with the necessary guidance from a medical assistant. The Institution has as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bhaskar General Hospital(established by J.B.Group of Management) for medical and diagnostic services both as Out Patients and In patients.

Canteen

Three canteens are located within the campus to cater to faculty, staff and students at subsidized rates apart from the provision for separate seating arrangement for staff and students.

Bank

The Institute has already had an extension counter / sub-branch of Syndicate Bank at its campus to cater to the banking needs of the students, the staff and the institutional needs of J.B. Group of Educational Institutions and other neighboring Engineering and other educational institutions.

Post-Office

A Branch Post-office has been started in JBIET campus, with the co-operation of the Indian Postal Department to cater to the needs of the students, faculty of J.B. Group of Educational Institutions and other neighboring institutions in the area.

Microsoft Dynamics Centre

Will be updated soon....
 

Transport


JBES is providing transport facility from nook and corner of the city to all it's institutes. The following are the different routes:
 

College Bus fares:

From Mehdipatnam to JBIET Campus: 17,000 per Academic Year
From below routes to JBIET Campus: 20,000 per Academic Year

For further Information,Please Contact:

Mr. Ravi
Transport Officer
JBIET
phone: 9866983606

mail:ravi4ualways2003@yahoo.co.in

Route 01 - From JNTU: - 7.25 a.m


 

Route 02 - From KPHB: - 7.25 a.m


 

Route 03 - From Shapur Nagar: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 04 - From Sainikpuri: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 05 - From Padmarao Nagar: - 7.40 a.m


 

Route 06 - From Neredmet X Raods: - 7.25 a.m


 

Route 07 - From A.S. Rao Nagar: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 08 - From L.B. Nagar: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 09 - From Shivam: - 7.25 a.m


 

Route 10 - From Midhani: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 11 - From Alwal: - 7.20 a.m


 

Route 12 - From Moulali: - 7.15 a.m


 

Route 14 - From Moti Nagar: - 7.35 a.m


 

Route 15 - From Mehdipatnam: - 8.10 a.m