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About the Department
The Department of Humanities and Sciences was established in the year 2011 with 300 intake, increased to 420 in 2013-14, and increased to 540 from 2014-15 onwards.
The Department of Humanities and Sciences at Sree Venkateswara College of Engineering believes in a holistic approach to the well-being of newly admitted students. An enthusiastic bunch of student-friendly faculty members is the first port of contact for first-year students. A fantastic trustworthy bond between the students and staff is an experience that could be cherished forever by both. The department offers basic-level programs in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and English to all the first-year B.Tech streams. The department is devoted to fostering the fundamental principles and understanding of sciences that can enhance the human experience. The department since the inception of the college is pledged to provide value-based education to budding engineers.
The Department comprises English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Management Studies. The Department acts as a springboard and provides a dais for the students to realize the value of Science and Technology. It has well- trained and experienced faculty members who guide and motivate the students to excel in their field of study. It conducts Orientation Programme for the newly admitted students to have a bird’s eye view of the course and the college. Also, the department runs zero semesters along with the regular curriculum according to JNTUA, Anantapur.
The department has access to all streams of students irrespective of their specialization. It helps us to mould the right attitude towards Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Managerial Economics and Financial analysis, Management Science, Universal Human Values, Environmental Studies, Constitution of India and Multimedia English Language that is fully equipped and plays an indispensable role in students’ careers. Besides, the communication English Language Lab is efficiently utilized by the students to enrich their knowledge and enhance their communication skills. It provides training to the students to improve their LSRW skills in English. The subjects taught by the department are meant to sensitize students to the broader social, cultural, economic, ethical, and human issues involved in social change.