Sajeeda Begum, with 12 years of experience in the teaching sector, leads the department of H&S. She uses effective techniques to impart education to the students, and make them perform well in the academics.
The H&S department’s faculty have the fine abilities to teach the fresher students effectively, and make them proficient in the respective aspects. Their lectures are easy to interpret and extremely useful.
The events of the H&S department are performed according to the academic calendars prepared by us, which are in accordance with the JNTU Hyderabad’s academic planning, and the students should follow them.
We follow the course structure set by the JNTUH University, which is the first year of B.Tech for the H&S department. The related engineering subjects with a basic difficulty level are offered for the students.
The outcomes of H&S program suggests that the first year graduate students are perfect in the starting levels of engineering, and they are ready to undergo the advanced level training in the further years.
Many labs are offered for the first year students, and they have prompted us to arrange excellent infrastructure, like the lab equipment, workshop amenities, etc., to help the students in academic preparations.
Due to the impressive performance at various platforms, conducted in the national and international arenas, our students have earned numerous achievements for our department in these prestigious events.
We organize various departmental events, which work in the favor of students, by improving their knowledge and the practical skills. The students should participate in them for experiencing the benefits.
The first year students are funded for their research works, and they are provided with the required technologies. It works due to the vast associations we have with numerous organizations of all sectors.
The H&S department students maintain a blog, which has informative articles about the different aspects of engineering, and these content pieces are prepared by our experienced staff and talented students.