Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology has a robust Sciences and Humanities department with dedicated faculty, excellent infrastructure, facilities and fully equipped laboratories for conducting experiments as prescribed by the AICTE guidelines, Autonomous syllabus based on the UGC Model Curriculum and beyond.
The Department of Sciences and Humanities is a 55 member dynamic team with a unique combination of different disciplines of thought like Languages, Management Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Professional Ethics, Environmental Studies, Physical Education, Library and Information Sciences. The purpose of the department is to prepare incoming fresher for a successful college career in engineering and imbibe the qualities of continuous learning in him/her. The department teaches on both UG and PG engineering programs offered by the Institute. The members of the department hold additional responsible positions as students’ clubs coordinators and literary and cultural event managers. While the senior members of the department are listed on college-level committees, other members are enlisted on at least one departmental committee each.
Sciences and Humanities department believes firmly that discipline is the basis of character and success builds character. The department endeavors to make success a habit to the freshman engineer. Along with a strong foundation in basic sciences necessary for their engineering pursuit, to realize the departmental objectives practically, the department plays an active role in conducting Soft skills, Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude, Critical Reading and Problem-Solving training classes, to the student community through the finishing school program which is spread over all the four years of the B.Tech programmes. In addition, this department also vets NAAC and NBA documents.
To impart quality education through exploration and experimentation and generate socially-conscious engineers, embedding ethics and values, for the advancement of science and technology.
To lay the necessary scientific and mathematical foundations and prepare students for the teamwork that integrates self-learning required for success in engineering and related professions including communication skills, mutual accountability, and respect/understanding for individuals from different social strata; while also preparing them to learn, practice and apply high ethical standards reflecting universal human values for professional development.
- To prepare students by introducing them to the skills, habits, and attitudes that lead to success through induction programme.
- To give a common starting point to all students by addressing varying weaknesses of incoming students with a diverse background through bridge courses.
- To provide solid foundation in mathematical and scientific fundamentals necessary for understanding engineering concepts.
- To develop the communicative, managerial, analytical, quantitative, creative skills and sportsmanship of the students with a sharp focus on environmental issues and professional ethics.
- To produce a human engineer with universal human values who is willing to learn, perform, excel, innovate and face the challenges of the globalized competitive professional environment successfully.
- Induction Programme
- Bridge Course
- Careful Lesson Planning
- Meticulous Teaching Planning
- Multi-modal teaching
- Tutorial classes
- Remedial Classes for slow learners
- Fast-track for bright learners
- Regular Class Assignments
- Class Surprise Test
- Open book tests
- Peer Teaching
- Classroom Seminars
- Laboratory Guidance
- Virtual labs
- Student Counseling
- Parent or Guardian Interaction
- Inter-departmental cooperation
- Inception into Student Clubs
- Advocate to volunteer for NCC and NSS activities
- Encourage to prticpate in Games and Sports