Electrical and Electronics Engineering

BVC Engineering College

About the Electrical and Electronics Engineering

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is mother branch of all circuit branches like Electronics and communications, computer science Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering and Information Technology. The Electrical Engineering is one of the main core branches of Engineering, Which mainly covers Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Power. The course is useful to design, manufacturing and production of all Electrical Equipment, Electrical Appliances and it is also useful for the maintenance of Electrical systems in all Industries including steel, Pharmacy, oil & Gas, shipping, ports, cement, paper, Railways, coal mines, fertilizers etc. The Engingineers also employable in the allied fields like Electronics based industries like Embedded Systems, VLSI etc, design and development of electrical equipment and study of various non conventional energy resources. EE Engineers deal with the invention, design, development and commercial applications of electrical and electronics systems, components and devices. Electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment or the fitting and implementation of such equipment into more complex systems and areas. The opportunities are open in NTPC, BHEL, BEL, BSNL, SAIL, GAIL, ISRO, DRDO, and INDIAN NAVY like public sector companies and lot of opportunities in state Generation, transmission and distribution companies. Along with these there are several openings for electrical engineers globally.


Who can choose it?

Those how want to seek Central government and state government jobs and also Individual who is enthusiastic to excel in the design of various Electrical systems, Electronics systems and computer systems for various applications in India and Abroad. Really who wants to apply the basic sciences in the field of Engineering? Those who want to continue their education in various super specializations like Robotics, Avionics, Computer Science Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Net working, Renewable energy sources, Nanotechnology, Smart grid technologies etc. in India and abroad.



Electrical Engineers are needed in all manufacturing units , major companies of public and private sector such as electricity Boards, large scale industries , Manufacturing plants, Power corporations ,Hydro-electricity sector are continuously in need of electrical engineers for their projects. Electrical Engineers also find job prospects in design Industries, production plants, natural gas plants, petroleum as in steel and chemical plants .



To evolve as a center of Excellence, to train students in contemporary technologies to meet the needs of global industry and to develop them into skillful engineers instilled with human values and Professional ethics.


To produce competent and disciplined Electrical and Electronics Engineers to meet the emergent technologies through delivery of quality teaching

Department Profile

The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Bonam Venkata Chalamayya Engineering College was established in the year 1997. The B.Tech (EEE) program was duly approved by the AICTE and Government of Andhra Pradesh and affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada. 14 batches of students have been graduated so far. The Dept. Alumni have settled around the globe and in all Reputed MNCs

Dr. J.V.G. Rama Rao, a dynamic personality with a vast teaching and academic experience is leading the department effectively since last 14 years. The department has 27 teaching Faculty, maintaining 1:15 Staff: Student ratio. In the Faculty team, there are 3 PhDs and  24 M.Techs, .



Name:Dr.J V G Rama Rao,


Courses offered

Program                    Duration                    Specialization

B.Tech                   4years             Electrical and Electronics  Engineering

M. Tech                  2years             Power Electronics


  1. G V V S S D Kumar won the Gold Medal from the SUJANA foundation in the year 2012
  2. A Surya Padmaja won the JNTUK Gold Medal  for being a academic topper for the batch 2012-16

Department Achievements

  • The department of EEE conducted 2 week Staff Development Program on “Modern power system operation and control” with a grant of 7 lakhs funded by AICTE, New Delhi.
  • The department of EEE conducted National Seminar on “Power Electronics Applications in Renewable Energy Systems” with a grant of 1 lakh funded by Science and Engineering Research Board(SERB), New Delhi.
  • The department of EEE conducted a National Conference on “Power Systems and Power Electronics (NCPSPE)”.


  • Electrical AC Machines Lab

  • Electrical DC Machines Lab

  • Control System Lab

  • Power Electronics Lab

  • Electrical Circuits Lab

  • Power Systems Lab

  • Electrical System Simulation Lab

  • Electrical Measurements And Testing Lab

  • Power Electronic Drives Lab


Major Subjects

  • Electrical Machines

  • Electrical Power Systems

  • Electrical Measurements

  • Power Electronics

  • High Voltage Engeneering

  • Control Systems

  • Instrumentation

  • Digital Electronics

  • Microprocessors And Micro controllers

  • Renewable Energy Sources

  • Electrical Distribution Systems

Department Goals

Long Term Goals:
  • Place teaching / tutorial material of each subject on the Net to enable students to browse at their own pace of learning.

  • To upgrade the laboratories towards world class research and consultation activities.

  • To equip the department as a centre of excellence for Energy Systems Engineering.

Short Term Goals:
  • Motivate the entire faculty to adopt the latest techniques in teaching and learning process.

  • Encourage more than 75% of the II & III year students for in-plant training for 3 to 4 weeks.

  • Encourage the II, III & IV year students to present papers in students’ paper contests.

  • Motivate and encourage each faculty to present / author a technical paper / book in a year.

  • Sponsor / Depute teaching and non-teaching staff to acquire higher academic qualifications.

  • Plan for 100% placement.

  • Plan for 90% Results.


Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PEO 1.  Excellence in Career :  To provide students an in-depth knowledge in the fundamental and advanced areas of electrical and electronics engineering and there by excel in professional career and/or higher education.

PEO 2. Development of Research and Industry Interaction: To train students in the software/hardware design of electrical systems and can promote the development of research activity as well as interaction with the industry.

PEO 3.  Professional and Ethical Attitude: To inculcate professional and ethical attitude in students as well as an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.

Program outcomes (POs)
1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


Program specific outcomes (PSOs)

1. To accomplish practical knowledge in the stream of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in addition with various upcoming technologies like Solar Energy, Electric Vehicles, etc.

2. Students able to operate, maintain, testing and Design of Various Electrical Engineering problems

Course Outcomes

Subject wise CO’s for download  click here

List of Teaching Staff

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Experience in the college Total Experience No. of Research Publications
1 Dr. J.V.G. RAMA RAO PROFESSOR Ph.D. 16 18 21
3 Dr. S. SRIKANTH PROFESSOR Ph.D. 17 17 10
4 Mr. M. SRINIVASA RAO ASSOC. PROF. M.Tech. 14 14 8
5 Mr. A. RAMAKRISHNA ASSOC. PROF. M.Tech. 10 10 2
6 Mr. K. RAM CHARAN ASSOC. PROF. M.Tech. 6 7 3
7 Mr. G. LOVA RAJU ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 6 6
11  Mr. S. JAYADEEP  ASST. PROF.  M.E. 2 2
12 Mr. CH. GANESH ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 4
13 Mr. B. Vasulu ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
14 Mr. D. UDAY KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
15 Mr. S. SURYA PRASAD ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
16 Mr. A. BALA CHANDRA ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
17 Mr. E. RAJU ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
19 Mr. P. BHOGIRAJU ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 2
22 Mr. B. DILEEP KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
23 Mr. CH. SRINIVAS ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
25 Mr. M.V.S. KARTHEEK ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
27 Ms. K.H.S.N. VANI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1





  1. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S. Kamakshaiah “Simulation and measurement of very fast transient over voltages in a 245kV GIS and research on suppressing methods using ferrite rings Asian Research Publishing Network, Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Volume 5, Number 5, MAY 2010.

  2. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J. Amarnath and S. Kamakshaiah “Time- Frequency Analysis of Very Fast Transient over Voltages for Effective Shielding of Control Circuits in A 245kvgas Insulated Substation” International journal of applied engineering research, Volume 5, Number 7, PP.NO.1105-1135, JULY 2010.

  3. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J. Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Estimation and Measurement of High Frequency Radiated Electromagnetic Fields in a 245kV Gas Insulated substation.” Journal of Electrical Engineering theory and Application, Volume 1, Issue 2, PP.NO. 79-85, APRIL 2010.

  4. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao , J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Measurement & Estimation of High Frequency Radiated Electromagnetic Fields in a 245kV Gas Insulated substation” Asian Research Publishing Network, Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Volume 5 , Number 4, APRIL 2010.

  5. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao , J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Wavelet analysis of very fast transient over voltages for effective shielding of control circuits in a 245kv Gas nsulated Substation” IEEE International and power modular and high voltage conference (IPMHVC2010), pp. 715 – 718 Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

  6. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Time-Frequency analysis of Very Fast Transient over voltages for Effective Shielding of Control Circuits in a 245kVGasInsulated Substation” IEEE International conference on high voltage Engineering and Application (ICHVE2010),pp. 124 – 127 Neworlans,USA

  7. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “High frequency magnetic and electric field measurements and simulation of a 245kVGIS” IEEE International conference on high voltage Engineering and Application (ICHVE2010),pp.252 – 255 Neworlans,USA.

  8. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Simulation and experimental method for the suppressing of very fast transient over voltages in a 245kv Gas Insulated Substation using ferrite rings” IEEE International conference on high voltage Engineering and Application (ICHVE2010), pp. 128 – 131,Neworlans,USA

  9. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Very High frequency magnetic and electric field measurements and simulation of a 245kVGIS” IEEE International conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric phenomena (CEIDP2010), West Lafeyette, USA.

  10. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and S.Kamakshaiah “Accurate modelling of very fast transient overvoltages in a 245kV GIS and research on protection measures” IEEE International conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric phenomena((CEIDP2010), West Lafeyette, USA.

  11. P.Nagamuneendra, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao, “Mitigation of Harmonics using shunt active power filter with feed forward & feedback control techniques”. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development,ISSN 2249-6149, Issue2, Volume.4, May-2012.

  12. P.Vijaya prasuna, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao, Ch.M.Lakshmi. “Improvement in Power factor & THD using Dual Boost Converter”. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development, ISSN: 2248-9622, pp2368-2376, Issue4, Volume2, August2012.

  13. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao, J.Amarnath and Md.Saleem “Computation Of High Frequency Transient Overvlotages In A 245kV GIS during Disconnector Switch Operation” 3rd International symposium (NCT2012), May 28-29, 2012, Nizva college of technology, OMAN.

  14. T.Lakshmi Narayana, M.Nageswara Rao, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao, “Design and Implimentation of Novel bidirectional DC-DC converter” IEEE International conference on Advances in Power Conversion and Energy Technologies, APCET 2012, pp. 256-260,LBRCE,Mylavaram,INDIA

  15. V V D Prasad reddy, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao “simulation and comparison of single phase multi high level inverter for different loads” International journal of engineering science and technology(IJEST),ISSN:0975-5462,vol.4 NO.07 July 2012, pg no: 3146-3152

  16. Ch. Ganesh, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao. “Symmetrical Five Level and Asymmetrical Seven Inverter for PV application”. International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Vol.43, Special Issue:2, pp541-546 , August2012.

  17. V. Subbaraju, Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao “Improvement in power factor & THD using dual boost converter”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA), Vol.2 , Issue4, July – august 2012.

  18. M.P. Subbaraju, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao, “Simulation of Modified SRF Control Based Shunt Active Power Filter and Application to BLDC Drive” International Journal of Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No.2,2012.

  19. K S Sowjanya, M. Gopichand naik, Dr. J.V.G.Rama Rao. “Design of single phase PVfed Nine level inverter to drive an induction motor” International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) India on line ISSN:2319-7064 Volume 2 Issue 1 pp 447-453, January 2013.

  20. Dr.J.V.G.Rama Rao.,et al “Multi switching Techniques of Z Source Inverter Based PMSM Drive”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, ISSN:2278-081, Vol.2, Issue-11, Nov 2013.

  21. Srikanth, K.R.Sudha and Y. Butchi Raju, “ Fuzzy C-Means Load Frequency Controller in Deregulated Power Environment” International Journal of Fuzzy Computational modeling (IJFCM), vol.2,no.1,2016 Inderscience Publishers.

  22. S.Srikanth, K.R.Sudha and Y. Butchi Raju, “Fuzzy Load Frequency Controller in Deregulated Power Environment by Principal Component Analysis” International Journal of Fuzzy Logic Systems (IJFLS), Vol.6, No.1, January, 2016
  23. S.Srikanth, A. ramanjaneyulu. ” An optimal location of SVC in power market”. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. ISSN: 2278-0181, pp 1-5, volume.1, Issue.5, July 2012.

  24. Padmaja. Tadiboina, S.Srikanth, Ravikumar Tenali,.” Enhanced power transfer by simultaneous AC to DC transmission”, International Conference on Electronics and Communication engineering(ICECE-2012), ISBN: 978-93-81693-87-2, pp 101-107, Vizag, INDIA.

  25. S.Srikanth, G.Raghuchandra. “Modelling and PID control of the brushless DC Motor with the help of Genetic Algorithm”. ICAESM 2012, ISBN:978-81-909042-2-3@2012 IEEE, pp 639-644, Nagapatnam, INDIA.

  26. S.Srikanth, A. Dhanumjaya Apparao. “Power flow control in HVDC link using Artificial Neural networks”. International Journal of Advanced scientific and technical research. ISSN:2249-9954, ICV-6.2, Volume.4, Issue.2.

  27. B.Ranganaik, S.Srikanth.2011. Performance of Line Start Permanent Magnet Synchronous motor under short interruptions, voltage sag, swells and unbalance supply. ICEPEC 2011, pp 128-133, Coimbatore, INDIA.

  28. S.Srikanth, B.Ranganaik, M.Srinivasarao.2012. Space vector PWM technique for High temperature super conducting PWM machine with multi level Inverters. ICAESM 2012, ISBN:978-81-909042-2-3@2012 IEEE pp 645-650, Nagapatnam, INDIA.

  29. S.Srikanth, B.Ranaganaik, Modelling of TCSC for the total transmission capacity of power by using Genetic algorithm. NCPSPE 2012, pp-93-98, BVCEC, Odalarevu, INDIA.

  30. M.Sriniva Rao, K.Ramasudha, C.V.K.Bhanu. “Are off grid solar PV pumps a solution to power crisis in agriculture- some reflections on the initiative of new state of Andhra Pradesh”. Journal of Renewable Energy Science, Technology and Economics ISSN 2395 – 2644 (print) Vol 1, Issue 1 – May 2015.
  31. M.Sriniva Rao, K.Ramasudha, C.V.K.Bhanu. “A Simple and reliable method of design of Standalone photovoltaic systems”. Institute of Engineers series (B)-Springer, ISSN 2250-2106, Issue 3, vol 98, pp-245-253,2017.
  32. M.Srinivasarao, A.Ramakrishna. “Modelling and Simulation of PMSM using Direct Torque Control Method”. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development, ISSN:2249-6149,pp87-101,Volume.5, Issue 2, July2012.

  33. Sunitha Undrajavarapu, M.Srinivasarao, L.Uday Kiran. “PV fed boost SPWM Inverter Driven Single phase Induction motor”. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, ISSN:2248-9622, pp2136-2141, Volume.2, Issue 4, July2012.

  34. Karri V.V.Satyanarayana, M.Srinivasarao, K. Muruga Perumal. “Improved Maximum Power Tracking Algorithm and Optimization Technique for a grid connected Hybrid System”. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development, ISSN:2249-6149,Volume.5, Issue 2, July2012.

  35. M.Srinivasarao, K.Ramcharan. “Control of a P.M.D.C. Motor Using Fuzzy PI-PD and Parallel Structure of Fuzzy PI and PD Controllers”. NCPSPE 2012, pp-117-121, BVCEC, Odalarevu, INDIA.

  36. M.Srinivasarao, K.Ramasudha, C.V.K.Bhanu. “Are off grid solar pumps a solution to power crisis in agriculture- some reflections on the intiative of new state of Andhra Pradesh”. International Journal of renewable energy science technology & economics, ISSN: 2395-2644 (print), volume.1, Issue 2, june-2015.

  37. K.Ram Charan, M.V.S.N.Phani Teja , “A Cascaded H-Bridge and Novel Multilevel Inverter Topology for Induction Motor Drive”, International Journal of Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No.2, 2012.

  38. K.Ram Charan , P. Sarath , “A Novel Bidirectional DC-DC Converter Integrated with Multilevel Inverter for PV application”, International Journal of Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No.2, 2012.

Research Papers Reviewed for IET (TDG), UK by Dr. J V G Rama Rao

  1. Mehrdad Majidi, Hamid Jaradi and Moein Manbachi, “Proposing New Algorithm for Ferrite Ring Frequency Dependent Modeling to Suppress VFTO within GIS”, paper Submitted by Department of Electrical Engineering, Power and Water University of Technology Tehran, IRAN.

  2. Ridely, Kenneth “Identification by ELCID of an Artificial Fault at a Stator Core Joint, Paper Submitted by ADWEL International Ltd. CANADA.

  3. Li Yagming, Li Wen “A Simple Algorithm for Calculating the Total Electric Field of HVDC Transmission Lines”. Paper Submitted by State Key Laboratory of Power Transmission Equipment and System Security Technology, Chongquing University, Peoples republic of CHINA.

  4. A.Beroual, ML.Coulibaly, O.Aitkam and A.Girodet, “Effect of Micro Fillers in PTFE Insulators on the Characteristics of Surface Discharge in Presence of SF6, CO2 and SF6-CO2 Mixture”. Paper Submitted by Ecole Centrale deLyon, AMPERE Lab CNRS UMR 5005, 69134 Eculty, France and ALSTOM Grid-129, Avenue de Paris, 91300 Massy, FRANCE.

  5. Han Yin, Bo Zhang, Jinliang He and Rong Zeng. “Time Domain Finite Volume Method for Ion Flow Field Analysis of Bipolar HVDC Transmission Lines”. Paper Submitted by State Key Lab of Power Systems, Tsinghua University, Beijing 1000 84, CHINA and Electric Power Research Institute, China Southern Power Grid, Guangzhou 510080, CHINA.

  6. Yujie Mo, Jiang Z.L. “Study on Novel Auto Transformer Coupling Solid State Fault Current Limiter”. Paper Submitted by College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, CHINA.

  7. Liu Chongru , Zhao Yunhao , Haifeng Li,Chao wang , Gengyin Li, ” The superposition feature of the switching functions for the dynamic phasor model of the converters under commutation failure” , Paper submitted from state key lab for alternate power system with renewable energy sources and North China electric power university ,CHINA.

  8. Zahra moravej, Maziar Babaei, Sajad Bagheri, Mehdi Babaei, “Analysis of Effective factors on transient ground potential rise in gas insulated substations”, paper Submitted by Department of Electrical Engineering, Semnan University, IRAN.

  9. Dr. J  V G Rama Rao , Dr. M.Gopichand Naik,” ESTIMATION AND MEASUREMENT OF INFLUENCE OF DISCONNECTOR SPEED ON VERY FAST TRANSIENT OVER VOLTAGES IN A 420kV GIS” Submitted to IET(TDG) in Dec 2017, The Status of the paper  is Under Review



S.No Regd.No Year of joining Name of the Alumni Organization
1 97221A0201 2001 K.Amalodbhavi A P GENCO
2 97221A0203 2001 G.Bhulakshmi A P GENCO
3 97221A0211 2001 K.Kishore kumar A P GENCO
4 97221A0215 2001 D.Rajesh A P TRANSCO
5 97221A0237 2001 P.Ravi B S N L
6 97221A0242 2001 J.Satish kumar A P E P D C L
7 97221A0245 2001 D.Srinivas A P GENCO
8 97221A0258 2001 P.V.subbarao A P TRANSCO
9 98221A0234 2002 Ch.Ravi D.R.D.O
10 99221A0218 2003 Ch.Mahadev N T P C
11 99221A0213 2003 B.Krishna N T P C
12 00221A0201 2004 M.Ananthachari I S R O
13 00221A0202 2004 Athiya Zenab A P GENCO
14 00221A0222 2004 Ch.Sangeeta A P TRANSCO
15 00221A0239 2004 A.Suneel A P EPDCL
16 01225A0204 2005 S.M.T.Sireesha B A R C
17 01225A0205 2005 G.Rajarao O N G C
18 01221A0230 2005 G.Madhu A P GENCO
19 01221A0238 2005 P.Padma APEPDCL
20 02225A0204 2006 V.Pavan HAL
21 03225A0203 2007 K.Tirupathi raju Asst. Prof ,NIT, Delhi
22 03225A0202 2007 S.vinod kumar APGENCO
23 03221A0213 2007 D.Saimurali krishna NTPC
24 03221A0226 2007 P.Lakshmi sowmya A P EPDCL
25 03221A0231 2007 DNVVS. Narayana A P GENCO
26 03221A0254 2007 ULP.Chandrika AP E P D C L
27 04221A0204 2008 A.Veerababu BHEL
28 04221A0209 2008 Ch.Sravani kumari APGENCO
29 04221A0212 2008 G.Ramatulasi R&B
30 04221A0254 2009 Bandaru Suhma A P IRRIGATION

Department Top GATE Rankers

1 K V V Satyanarayana 99.28 23 M.Tech IIT, Mumbai
2 K Vidya Sagar 99.12 41 M.Tech IIT, Karaghpur
3 U Balaji 99.61 39 M.Tech IIT ,Kanpur
4 M Mahadev Kumar 99.41 44 M.Tech IISC, Bangalore
5 K Ravi 99.10 83 M.Tech IIT ,Karagpur
6 K Ramanadh 98.20 172 M.Tech IIT, Chennai
7 M Anil Kumar Chuodari 98.90 218 M.Tech IIT ,Kanpur
8 K Sudhakar 98.20 227 M.Tech NIT, Warangal
9 G Suri babu 97.60 231 M.Tech NIT, Calicut
10 K Satish 93.20 1100 M.Tech JNTU, Kakinada

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