Initially in the year 2009, Srinivasa Inst of Engg. & Tech. emerged with four years B.Tech Degree course in the fundamental branch of Civil Engineering, Electronics and communications Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Computer Science Engineering with an intake of 60 each. To meet the growing demand of skilled craftsman for the developing nation, our dynamic leader, Our Chairman took all pains in upgrading the College. Presently three year Diploma courses in four disciplines and four year B.Tech courses available in five major disciplines with increased intake and four M.Tech disciplines.
|POLYTECHNIC||Year of ESTD||INTAKE|
|DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING||2013||60|
|DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING||2013||60|
|DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING||2012||60|
|DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING||2012||60|
|B.TECH||Year of ESTD||INTAKE|
|ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING||2009||60|
|ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING||2009||120|
|COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING||2009||120|
|M.TECH||Year of ESTD||INTAKE|
|COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING||2012||24|
Admissions under Convenor's Quota (70% of intake in each branch):
A Candidate for admission to the four-year degree course in Engineering must have passed the Intermediate examination of the Board of Intermediate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as Major subjects, or any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto.All the eligible applicants for admission into First Year shall have to qualify in the EAMCET Examination conducted by the Govt. of AP. The candidates will be admitted strictly in accordance with the merit secured at the Entrance Examination keeping in view the rules in force regarding the reservations of seats of various categories of candidates. The candidates should satisfy local/non-local status requirement as laid down in the AP Educational institutions (Regulation of Admissions) Order 1974 as amended from time to time.
The seats shall be filled either on the basis of rank obtained in EAMCET or of securing not less than 50% in aggregate or in group subjects (Maths, Physics and Chemistry) in the 10+2 qualifying examination.
Apart from requirements of qualifications as stated in the above, the admissions of sponsored candidates shall be taken.
Every year an advertisement is published in the leading newspaper regarding the issue of applications for admission to B.Tech, M.Tech,
Admissions into the polytechnic will be made by conducting Common Entrance Examination for admission into Polytechnics (CEEP)by SBTET AP Hyderabad. The CEEP will be conducted during April/May every year. The councelling will be conducted in the month of June/July every year. Admissions into various polytechnics of the state will be made based on CEEP ranks. For further details on polytechnic admissions log on to www.sbtet.ac.in
Candidates who wish to seek admission in any of the diploma courses will have to appear for common entrance examination (CEEP) conducted by the state board of technical education & training , Andhra Pradesh , Hyderabad. Only the candidates satisfying the following requirements will be eligible to appear for the common entrance examination(CEEP).
FEE STRUCTURE of POLYTECHNIC, B. TECH & M.TECH Students for Academic Year 2016-17. Fee structure as per AFRC and 2016 GO m.s.no 39, 40
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For any matter not governed by the rules and regulations given in this prospectus, new rules will be laid down as and when necessary and the same will be intimated to the students who are liable to abide by them. The management reserves the right to revise the syllabus, timing of a course or its duration if found necessary.
A student should have secured min 75% attendance in all classes to become eligible for appearing examination.
Three days continuous absents are pardonable but after that a fine will be realized for per day absence. If student remains absent from College for a prolonged period without any reasonable intimation his names is likely to be struck of without any valid reason to this effect.
College will send monthly progress report to the parents highlighting the achievements and drawback of their ward. Attendance and test results will also be reflected in the report.
Catering to the needs of outstation students of our College has offered Hostel accommodations with equally efficient mess facility. Separate hostels have been provided for Boys and Girls. Each student is given a cot, Chair, Table, Mattress, Pillow & Cupboard.
The Duration of courses taken into account varies with capabilities, efficiency, hard work & devotion of the students towards the course. From management's previous experience it is our advice to the students & parents that they must take admission only after ensuing the zeal of the student to work hard & sincerity to the students &parents that they must ultimately results in shear wastage of time & money both for the student as well as parents, whereas it will impact on results & dignity of the students because sometimes it is found that irregularity of the students for attending classes gives poor results. As per our previous experience it has been found that 15-20% student the institute in every semester because of change of climate, medium home sickness, toughness of courses etc. This is very sincere advice from management to every applicant & parent that they must admit their ward only they can overcome above mentioned difficulties as well they must be satisfied with facilities provided by the institute because there is no provision for any refund.
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