keshav memorial institute of technology

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Other Committees

A Grievance Redressal Committee was instituted in accordance with guidelines outlined by AICTEs and UGC.

Objectives :

To cultivate an approachable, answerable atmosphere amidst all stakeholders, thereby, creating a congenial, hospitable, sociable, serene, and harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute to prevent grievances.

Functions :

  • GRC strives for the self-esteem of the College by safe guarding frictionless amicable atmosphere relationship among the stakeholders.

  • Express fearlessly respective grievances; build confidence on the GRC of the institution among all stakeholders and especially amongst the student community, thus striving the learning to happen completely ragging free.

  • Provision for expressing anonymously. Complaint Boxes are placed at different places in the campus free from CCTV coverage.

S.NoName of the Member Designation
1Dr. Maheshwar DuttaPrincipal
2Mrs. DeepaGanuDirector Academics
3Dr. Mohammed Abdul WajeedChairman
4Dr. S.PadmajaHead of Dept. CSE
5Dr. K.BhargaviHead of Dept. IT
6Dr. S.J.S.AnthonyECE
7Ms. B.SwapnaEIE
8Dr. PadmanabhaSastry TVAH&S

The institution has formed an Anti-ragging committee to prevent the menace of ragging in accordance with UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.

Functions :

  • To monitor and oversee the students in prevention of ragging in the institution.

  • It shall be the duty of the Anti-Ragging committee to be called upon to make surprise raids in vulnerable places in the campus to incidents of, and having the potential of, ragging and shall be empowered to inspect such places.

  • It shall also be the duty of the Anti-Ragging committee to conduct an on-the-spot enquiry into any incident of ragging referred to it by the Head of the institution / Faculty / Non-Teaching Staff / Any student / Any parent or guardian as the case may be; and the enquiry report along with recommendations shall be submitted to the Anti-Ragging Committee.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. N.L.BhikshuH&SConvener
2Mr. M.Ratnakar BabuCSEMember
3Mr. K.Siva Rama KrishnaITMember
4Mr. B.AshokECEMember
5Mr. Raja Sathish KumarEIEMember
6Mr. O.Raghavendra PrasadH&SMember

Functions :

  • Establish a nurturing environment that promotes communication.

  • Informing students of the roles and responsibilities of the mentor/student relationship.

  • Collaborate and provide consulting services that support the development and implementation of the program.

  • Provide educational research for the program.

  • Facilitate student achievement and personal growth through collaborative classroom guidance experiences.

  • Maintain an up-to-date Advising Portfolio, with a summary record of performance to date (grade reports, transcript, requirements completed, etc.), attendance reports, dates of conferences (meetings), up-to-date information and details of help sessions/tutoring/Remedial classes conducted to improve the performance of Advisees, etc

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. V.SrinivasuluCSEConvener
2Dr. S.UdayalaxmiH&SMember
3Ms. Hima Bindu SreeCSEMember
4Ms. G.SarithaH&SMember
5Ms. Saritha GorantalaH&SMember
6Mr. SrivarshITStudent Member & SC President
7Mr. Pratish MashankarITStudent Member & SC VP
8Mr. Manish AvasaralaCSEStudent Member & SC Treasurer
9Mr. A.R.S.MurthyCSEStudent Member

Objectives :

  • Understand the community in which they work.

  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving.

  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.

  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.

Functions :

  • The committee aims at providing a variety of learning experiences which will develop a sense of participation, service and achievement among volunteers.

  • Making education more relevant to the present situation to meet the full needs of the committee.

  • Providing opportunities to the students to play their role in planning and executing projects especially in rural areas.

  • Developing the qualities of Leadership by discovering the meaning of latent potential of students.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. Md.RiyazuddinH&SConvener
2Mr. A.Laxminarsimha RaoH&SMember
3Mr. SudhakarITMember
4Mrs. T.ManushaECEMember
5Mr. Y.SingaraiahEIEMember
6Ms. Venkata RamaniCSEMember

The SC/ST Cell was established to support students from aforementioned communities. The college takes special interest in facilitating financial support to students from such communities from government agencies and other sources.

Functions :

  • To circulate State Government and UGC’s decisions about different scholarship programs.

  • To communicate with the students and motivate them for better future planning.

  • Loan library books specifically meant for SC/ST from the library.

  • Counsel them of any academic or psychological issues that may arise during academic study at KMIT.

  • The committee will meet twice every year to discuss any issues.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. K.Udai KumarCSEConvener
2Mr. V.A.Raghava RaoADMINMember
3Ms. B.HimabinduITMember
4Mr. K.RajeshECEMember
5Mr. G.VenkateswaruluCSEMember
6Mr. K.RajeshH&SMember

The Women Empowerment Committee (WEC) was established at Keshav Memorial Institute of Technology in pursuance of the policies of women empowerment within the ambit of higher education. The management set up the WEC to address concerns of gender discrimination and recommend measures and policies for gender parity within the campus. The Academic Director nominates the members of WEC.

Functions :

  • To prevent sexual harassment within the campus.

  • To promote a secure environment for teaching, non-teaching women staff and female students.

  • Changing attitudes and community practices by encouraging active participation and involvement of both men and women.

  • Conduct various workshops/lectures/seminars to educate and sensitize both male and female members.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. SwapnaCSEConvener
2Ms. M.V.RamaH&SMember
3Ms. Shweta ParopkariH&SMember

In March 2021, WEC conducted a survey to assess workplace satisfaction for women faculty and staff at KMIT.

The main objective of the Professional Bodies Activities committee is to encourage faculty and students to take membership of various professional bodies such as CSI, IEEE , IETE etc. The Committee also ensures the smooth functioning of KMIT Chapters of various professional bodies the college is associated to.

S.NoName of the Member Designation
1Ms. Ch.Sita KameswariConvener
2Dr. PradeepMember
3Mr. Sagar babuMember
4Ms. PrabhavathiMember
5Ms. T.V.DivyaMember
6Ms. T.GayatriMember
7Mr. Ratan KumarMember
8Ms. Swarajya LakshmiMember
9Ms. AshaMember
10Mr. ChakravarthiMember
11Ms. LavanyaMember
12Ms. SurekhaMember

Objective of Incubation Centre :

  • To promote a research hub facilitating multiple research centers covering heterogeneous research areas that ultimately lead to publications and ED.

  • To enhance the quality of quantitative research.

  • To amplify collaborative research with premier Institutions and Industries.

  • To involve students in research by vertical integration strategy.

  • To focus the research on open community problems.

  • To encourage registered researchers (Faculty and Students alike) to publish findings.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Prof. Vinay PatankarR&DCommittee Head
2Dr. S.RajasekaranH&SCore Committee Member
3Dr. R.Devika RubiH&SCore Committee Member
4Ms. HarikaCSEDept. Coordinator
5Ms. Swarajya LakshmiITDept. Coordinator
6Ms. Prabhavati DeviECEDept. Coordinator
7Mr. Shiva KumarEIEDept. Coordinator
8Mr. VamsidharH&SDept. Coordinator

The committee ensures timely publication of Results Analysis Report.

Functions :

  • Ensure that results of students are reported at college level, branch level and section level.

  • Subject wise analysis will also be taken up.

  • Based on the analysis report a review meeting is conducted and necessary measures to be taken will be informed to heads of the dept’s.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. D.Maheswar DuttaPrincipalConvener
2Dr. JVS SrinivasExam BranchConvener
3Dr. S.PadmajaCSEMember
4Dr. BhargaviITMember
5Dr. SJS.AntonyECEMember
6Ms. B.SwapnaEIEMember

The ever growing technology and the pace of innovation has created significant skills-gap; as such the students and teachers feel the need to refresh their knowledge, upgrade their skills and at times brush up their basic concepts. Self learning provides the platform to achieve these aspirations and stay relevant in the ever changing innovative world. Taking this into account the Self-Learning Committee was instituted so as to help facilitate, guide and monitor relevant activities for both Faculty and Students.

Functions :

  • Encourage Faculty members and students to enhance their technical skills through MOOCs such as Coursera, NPTEL, Udemy, Course-DevOps Master Class, Online Course through IIRS-ISRO E-CLASS Platform etc.

  • Encourage III year and IV year students to take NPTEL courses for credit transfer through SWAYAM platform as per the guidelines of UGC, AICTE and MHRD, Govt. of India to provide advanced learning and acquaintance in engineering & technology.

  • Encourage and motivate faculty and students to do Specialization certification Courses.

  • Encourage faculty to enroll and actively participate in FDPs/Workshops.

  • Faculty with less than 5yrs experience are encouraged to do the NITTT modules ((in accordance with AICTE Policies).

  • Faculty are encouraged to take up AICTE approved FDP based online courses on the SWAYAM portal.

  • Students are motivated to actively participate in Smart India Hackathon (SIH).

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. Vasantha SVCSEConvenor
2Ms. HaleemaCSEMember
3Ms. ArchanaCSEMember
4Mr. Kishore BabuCSEMember
5Ms. B.HimabinduITMember
6Ms. RajithaECEMember
7Ms. Naga Sree SumaEIEMember
8Ms. Sharmeela ChungiH&SMember

This committee ensures that the faculty submits their respective course files as per the given deadline with the specified format. Moreover, the committee takes steps to see to it that the additional materials in terms of contents beyond syllabus and mini projects are approved by IQAC. The committee verifies contents of the course file prepared and updated by the faculty.

Functions :

  • To prepare time lines for evaluation of the course files.

  • To see that audit is conducted thrice a semester to evaluate the progress.

  • Studying the Academic rules framed by the university and incorporating them in preparation of formats.

  • To file and maintain the records of the audit report and submit the same to the IQAC Committee.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. B. KiranmaiCSEConvenor
2Ms. T.V.DivyaCSEMember
3Mr. P.VeeranjaneyuluCSEMember
4Dr. P.Pavan KumarCSEMember
5Mr. G.Rakesh ReddyITMember
6Ms. Asha JyothiECEMember
7Ms. SwethaEIEMember
8Ms. P.C.GeethaH&SMember

The committee monitors the feedback system that collects feedback from all stakeholders, namely, students, teachers, parents and alumni, once a year. The collective feedback are summarized and analyzed for the corrective measures and continuous improvements; the objective of feedback collection is to provide a framework for acquiring, summarizing and documenting information on the inputs received from all the stakeholders viz. students, faculty, alumni, employers and parents.

Functions :

  • To obtain objective opinion from the students about the effectiveness of the faculty and the facilities in the College.

  • To prepare formats.

  • For faculty feedback, achievement of course objectives, and infrastructure feedback.

  • To file and maintain the records of the audit report and submit the same to the IQAC Committee.

  • To set time lines as to when the feedback has to taken.

  • Send the feedback forms to departments for analysis and submit the report to college.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. B.KiranmaiCSEConvenor
2Ms. V.ArchanaCSEMember
3Mr. B.Anil KumarCSEMember
4Mr. B.Satyanarayana CSEMember
5Mr. G.Rakesh ReddyITMember
6Ms. Asha JyothiECEMember
7Ms. T.SwethaEIEMember
8Ms. P.C.GeethaH&SMember
9Ms. ArunaH&SNon-Technical

The intent of the lab committee is to impart education of the highest quality to the young minds, imbue them with specialized training, provide opportunities for innovation and research, and inspire them to be knowledgeable. The Lab Committee is responsible for equipment and work facilities in the research and teaching laboratories at the Institution. The Committee conducts the strategic planning and the daily operations of the department's facilities for education and research.

Functions :

  • To find out the requirements for consumables for the laboratory and procure the same, before the start of every term.

  • List of all the labs along with syllabus to be maintained.

  • To see that the infrastructure facilities in the labs are adequate so that each batch has ample opportunity to complete practical’s satisfactorily.

  • Stock / Maintenance / Invoice / Student In-Out registers should be checked during the periodic inspections.

  • Reports to be generated and submitted to the higher authorities.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Dr. G.NarenderCSEConvenor
2Mr. R.V.GandhiCSEMember
3Mr. N.ChanderCSEMember
4Mr. K.YakaiahECEMember
5Mr. L.Srujan KumarECEMember
6Ms. T.SwethaEIEMember
7Ms. M.ChandanaITMember
8Ms. S.Rama LaxmiH&SMember

Training and Placements Committee provides the official support for placement of final year students. The support services offered are in the form of readying students for and arranging On-campus /Pool -Campus Drives. The Training and Placement Committee members are the official coordinators for campus placement in KMIT. The enthusiastic placements team strives for effectively striking a match between recruiter expectations and student aspirations. The Placement Office handles all training and placement oriented aspects in the institute.

Functions :

  • Enrolment of students.

  • Training the students.

  • Informing to do the Certifications in trained Field.

  • Preparing the students for attending Interviews.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Mr. D.Sudheer ReddyTPOMember
2Mr. Rajendra TapadiaCSEMember
3Mr. B.SatyanarayanaCSEMember
4Mr. Krishna SubramanyamCSEMember
5Mr. Srinivas ReddyITMember
6Ms. Shweta ParopkariH&SMember
7Mr. J.Kamal VijethaECEMember
8Mr. Raja SatishEIEMember

KMIT ‘s success is truly associated with the success of its Alumni. The KMIT Alumni Association aims to seamlessly connect with the institute, faculty, students and our associated alumni. Life members can access the KMITIANS database for their benefit. All the Alumni are welcome to participate in value addition programs for the benefit of present students and the institute as a whole.

The following are the Alumni committee members(Faculty) from various departments:

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Mr. B.SatyanarayanaCSEConvener
2Mr. Krishna SubramanyamCSEMember
3Ms. M.NikithaITMember
4Ms. VarshaCSEMember

The Central Library began its existence in 2007. It is centrally located in the campus. It is surrounded by academic classrooms, laboratories, workshops, placement wing and sports grounds. It is divided into different sections like Stack area, Reading room, Reference and periodical Sections, Circulation, Digital library and Reprographic Section.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Mr. Ratnakar BabuCSEMember
2Ms. K.AnuradhaCSEMember
3Ms. M.SwetaCSEMember
4Mr. A.SrinivasITMember
5Ms. SushmaECEMember
6Mr. Kailashnath KambleEIEMember
7Ms. B.Sandya ReddyH&SMember
8Mr. L.Sai KiranLIBRARIANSecretary

The vision of the sports committee is to organize training, coaching and education in sports for everybody so that they can learn to keep themselves physically fit. The Committee aims at enhancing the interest of the participants in the field of sports. To achieve the same the committee plans to organize various competitions in the following sports: Football, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Table tennis, Chess, Badminton.

Functions :

  • Give a proposal and events calendar every semester.

  • All the permissions and grants provided from college to students and coaches.

  • Award and document participation certificates and winners’ photographs.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Mr. G.SrikanthECEConvenor
2Mr. PJ JosephPhysical TrainerMember
3Mr. Lakshmi NarayananPhysical TrainerMember
4Mr. A.RavinderECEMember

All extracurricular activities on campus are handled by the campus Student Council and various clubs instituted under it.

For more details about the Student Council and the clubs, Click here

The Purchase & Stores Committee was established to review and evaluate purchasing documentation. The committee recommends the suppliers and service providers by evaluating price, quality, stock availability, etc.

Functions :

  • To scrutinise the quotations for purchase and provide recommendations.

  • To ensure proper documentation of the purchase.

  • To ensure quality, fairness, transparency and accountability in purchasing.

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Ms. Nivedita RajurkarAdministrationConvenor
2Mr. M. SrinivasCSEMember
3Ms. SwethaEIEMember
4Mr. VijayECEMember

Objectives :

  • Maintenance of physical property and facilities in the campus.

  • Regular maintenance of the conditions of infrastructure and other equipments of the college.

  • Review of the maintenance of campus building ground, utilities and other access points.

  • Preventive maintenance like fire extinguishers.

  • Monitoring routine cleanliness and neatness of the campus.

  • Maintenance of RO system.

Responsibilities :

  • To inspect the college utilities like R.O.plant, lift, water quality etc.,

  • To inspect electric items like printers, Xerox machines, access points, etc

S.NoName of the Member Department Designation
1Mr. T.V.A.P.Sastry S&HConvenor
2Mr. Ch.JanardhanS&HMember
3Mr. M.Kiran KumarEIEMember
4Mr. K.AnilECEMember
5Mr. J.AparnaCSEMember
6Mr. P.Vamshi KrishnaCSEMember
7Ms. ZohanaITMember
8Mr. L.SrujanHardware Eng.Member
9Mr. Jagadesh ReddyAdmin Security OfficerMember
10Mr. Surender ReddyAdminMember