Science is simply common sense at its best that is, rigidly accurate in observation, and merciless to fallacy in logic.

Thomas Henry Huxley

Science is facts; just as houses are made of stones, so is Science made of facts; but a pile of
stones are not a house and a collection of facts is not necessarily Science.

Henri Poincare


To promote knowledge based Citizens with Scientific temperament and futuristic thinking.


  • To explore the functional & realistic aspects of the subjects.
  • To provide practical exposure to industry.
  • To foster employability skills.
  • To inculcate zeal among students to go beyond the curriculum and develop innovative ideas.
  • To build life skills through value-based education and service-oriented programs.


    The Department of Physics & Electronics had its inception in the year 1997-98 with the combination of B.Sc (Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science),as Physics as a core subject and subsequently Electronics subject was introduced in the year
    1998-99 with the combination of B.Sc ( Mathematics , Electronics, Computer Science ) .These courses are affiliated to
    Osmania University and it is a three year full time programme.

    Department’s faculty members played an important role in development of Science Departments in sister institutes of HAES education society. The faculty have involved  as a Committee Member for the preparation of Blow-Up of B.Sc(Electronics) Syllabus of Paper I,II,III &IV in the year 2006. Our faculty members use internet and other educational aids . Seminars are
    given by the students on different topics. Visit to industry and research institute help our students in their independent
    learning practices.

    Student- teacher relations are very friendly due to which we can shape the carrier as per their ability and capability for better results and placements of students. The students accompanied by teacher constantly upgrade themselves by attending orientation courses, refreshers courses, workshops, seminars, symposia, conferences. We feel proud to say that all our
    students are employed in different fields like Industries, IT, Defense Services, etc.

    As a social commitment teachers and students of the Department visit nearby villages (as a part of NSS programme),
    orphanage and Schools to help school children to teach about computers.

    Continuous disciplined efforts of the faculty members’ results in providing the responsible and good citizens to society


    1 Physics Fundamentals in Physics
    2 Electronics Basics in Electricity & Semiconductor Physics



    Knowledge Level     Slip Tests, Assignments

    Comprehensive Level     Seminars, Quizes

    Analytical Level    Mini-projects 



    Encouraging Hands - on Learning - Experiential learning through Observations, Mini projects.

    Each one, Teach one - ( Empowering students as leaders )- with the intension that Peers can understand each other, the Department has introduced this concept to help slow learners in laboratory, mini-projects, class room discussions etc.



    Peer review of Materials - ppts of class room Session, Activity Description, Lesson Plans, Discipline Procedures
    Developing Scientific Research Skills - Collection of Scientific Database, Science Projects, Extended Seminars / Workshops / Conference.
    Developing Scientific Understanding - Learning with Analogies, Simulations.


    List of important "best practices" include the following
  • Engage students in active learning experiences through mini projects, field visits, learning with simulators.
  • Provide, use regular, timely Counseling with regard to regularity, studies and discipline.
  • Recognize and stretch student styles and developmental levels in presentations, preparations etc.
  • Seek and present real-world applications by Seminars/lectures/Workshops/Visits organized by other organizations.
  • Understand methods for student assessment –to conduct remedial /tutorial programme.
  • Create opportunities for student-faculty interactions.
  • Create opportunities for student-student interactions.


S.No Name Qualification Designation Experience
1 Mr. M. L. N Rao M.Sc (Appl. Electronics) Associate Professor 21 years
2 Mr. Shravan Kumar M.Sc (Appl. Electronics)., M.B.A., B.Ed., (Ph.D) Associate Professor 17 years
3 Mr R Ashok M.Sc( Appl. Electronics),UGC NET Associate Professor 21 years



Mrs. L. Mihira Priya
  • Participated in the UGC sponsored two day National Workshop on VHDL TECHNOLOGY during 7th & 8th Feb 2013,at Loyola Academy
    Degree & PG College,Secunderabad.
  • Participated in a Three - Day workshop on "Research Aptitute Strengthening" organized by SC/ST Cell, Osmania University, Hyderabad from September 20th to 22nd 2012.
  • Presented a paper on “Quality Enhancement through teaching learning process and Academic Linkages” in the NAAC
    sponsored two day National Seminar  held on 25th -26th Sep 2012,Organised by IQAC, St.Josephs Degree & P.G College(Autonomous),Hyd.
  • Attended seminar on Embedded Systems conducted by IBM ,Hyderabad in the year 2009.
  • Attended International Conference on Recent Trends in Nanostructured Material and their Applications Conducted by
    Osmania University in the year 2008.
  • Attended Departmental conference on UG Electronics Curriculum at Osmania University and was nominated Committee
    member for the preparation of Blow-Up of B.Sc(Electronics) Syllabus of Paper I,II,III & IV ------ 2006.
  • Professional Affiliation
  • International Association of Engineers (IAENG) - Member
  • Indian Red Cross - Life Member

Mr M.L.N Rao
  • Participated in the UGC sponsored two day National Workshop on VHDL TECHNOLOGY during 7th & 8th Feb 2013,at Loyola
    Academy Degree & PG College, Secunderbad.
  • Attended a training programme on MOODLE software at HCU on 8th March, 2012.
  • Attended seminar on Embedded Systems conducted by IBM, Hyderabad in the Year 2009.
  • Convener for IETE chapter, Hyderabad during 2001-02.
  • Course coordinator ORACLE Course at IETE during 2002.
  • Organizing Member of Embedded system and microcontrollers during 2002.

Mr. M.Sravan Kumar
  • I60 hours Proficiency Course in English conducted by THE ENGLISH& FOREGIN LANGUAGES UNIVERSITY from2 July to 19 October 2012. Has completed the course successfully with a score of 73%
  • NACC sponsored two day National seminar on Role of IQAC-Sustenance & Enhancement of Quality in HEIs held on 25 & 26
    of September, 2012 organized by Internal Quality Assurance Cell, SJDC (autonomous),  Hyderabad.
  • Attended International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology(ICONSAT)-2012 organised by international
    Advanced Research Center for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI).
  • Worked as Convener for Instrument Society of India during 98-2000.
  • Resource person in Physics for space Schools (IIT foundation) organized by MLC Chukka Ramayaiah during the Year 2007.
  • Worked as Principal for KV Ranga Reddy Women’s College under the Management of Sangam Laxmi Bai Vidhyapeeti during 2006.
  • Worked as a resource person in General Science organized by BC study circle,Govt.of A.P ,Hyderabad under Joint Collector.

Orientation / Seminars / Conferences / Workshop-attended by faculty
Name of Faculty Programme attended/conducted In house/Outside
Mrs. L. Mihira Priya, Mr. M. Sravan Kumar,
Mr. M. L. Narsimha Rao, Mr. Ashok
Faculty Orientation(Attended) In house
Mr. M. Sravan Kumar Resource person for AIEEE contact classes Outside(Prism Academy)
Mrs. L. Mihira Priya Attended a One day FDP on “Embedded Systems & Applications” 29th July 2015 Aurora Degree & PG College, Chikkadapally, Hyderabad
Mr. Sravan Kumar Attended a one day “Recent Trends in X-Ray diffraction technology” 29-30th May 2015 National Workshop –at OU,Hyd.
Mrs. L. Mihira Priya Attended Faculty Orientation Programme In house
Mr. M. Sravan Kumar Resource person for AIEEE contact classes Outside (Prism Academy)



Paper Presentations / Paper Publications by faculty
Faculty Name
Type of Article (National or International Article title Name of Journal/Paper  Presentation Year of Publication
Mrs.L.Mihira priya International   International A New Compensation Technique for Stable the Gain of Sub-Micron Amplifiers
  • Power Risky Pattern Reduction by Launch on Capture and Weighted Switching Activity for At Speed Scan Based Testing
International Journal of Engineering Research   International Journal of Science and Engineering Dec 2014
ISSN:2319-6890 Nov 2014
ISSN: 2347-2200
  • Tracking Devices for Visually impaired & Elderly care system by using GPS and RFID tags-An Enhanced scope for Indian Retail
  • A Review of Issues, Application and Opportunities in Indoor Wireless Optical Communication System
Emerging Trends in Commerce –An Edge,Hyd.
Interdisciplinary peer review journal
19th Dec ,2013   7th & 9th Feb2013
Programme: Seminar

Title of Seminar:     ”Recent Developments in fiber communication and its Applications in Telecommunication”
Target Group :         B.Sc (Electronics)-2nd & 3rd years-Physics & Electronics students
Date & Time :         10th August 2016 ,1:30PM
Venue :                   Joseph’s Hall ,Fifth Floor


Fiber optic systems are important telecommunication infrastructure for world-wide broadband networks. This Seminar gives an overview of fiber optic communication systems including their key technologies, and also discusses their technological trend towards the next generation.

    Resource Person:
  • Prof. Srinivas Acharya
  • Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • College of Engineering,
  • Osmania University

Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) program

Date & Time :         Date: 16th Aug – 22nd Aug 2016

Session-1 :         8.30 am to 11.30am

Session-2 :         12.00 pm to 3.00 pm






16 August FN
(8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module:  Personality Development

  • Motivation & Positive Thinking
  • Goal Setting -Short Term & Long Term
  • Time Management & Organizing
  • Team Building
  • Ethics & Social Responsibility

16 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module :Quantitative Ability
Basic Mathematics

  • Divisibility
  • HCF and LCM

      Numbers, decimal fractions   and power

Day 2

17 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module: Personality Development
The five-factor model of Personality

  • Extraversion
  • Conscientiousness
  • Neuroticism
  • Openness to Experience
  • Agreeableness.

17 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module:  Soft Skills Training

  • Public speaking
  • Presentation skills
  • Debating
  • Body language
  • Group discussion & Panel Discussion

Day 3

18 August FN (8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module: Quantitative Ability
Applied Mathematics

  • Profit and Loss
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Time, Speed and Distance

18 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module: Employability Skills Development

  • Sector focus activity (Science, Computers & IT, Commerce, Tax & Auditing, Mortgage, Capital Budgeting, Share Markets, HRM, Finance & Marketing…etc., )
  • Corporate expectation sessions
  • Corporate culture & etiquette
  • Stress Management in work
  • How to face Job Interviews
  • CV Preparation

Day 4

19 August FN
(8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module :Quantitative Ability
Engineering Mathematics

  • Logarithms
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Probability

19 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module: English

  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms

Day 5

20 August FN
(8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module :Quantitative Ability

Logical Ability Deductive Reasoning

  • Coding deductive logic
  • Directional sense, Blood relations
  • Objective Reasoning
  • Selection decision tables
  • Puzzles

20 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module: Personality Development

Module: Pre-Placement Training

  • Mock Aptitude Test
  • Quantitative Test
  • Mock Group Discussion
  • Mock Interviews

Day 6

21 August FN
(8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module: English


  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Tenses and Articles
  • Prepositions and Conjunctions

       Speech and Voices

21 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module :Quantitative Ability

Inductive reasoning

  • Coding pattern and Number series pattern recognition
  • Analogy and Classification pattern recognition

Day 7

22 August FN
(8:30 am – 11:30 am)

Module: English


  • Inferential and Literal Comprehension
  • Contextual Vocabulary 
  • Comprehension ordering

22 August AN
(12:00 pm – 3:00 pm)

Module :Quantitative Ability
Abductive Reasoning

  • Logical word sequence
  • Data sufficiency

Programme: Science Club Activity

Month:         August 5th 2016
Activity:       Awareness programme on E Wastage management
Purpose :    Science Club strives to enrich scientific knowledge and curiosity through an adventurous and challenging curriculum that develops students of character, responsibility, and consciousness ready for challenges in the 21st century.
Venue :         Electronics Lab

    Details :
  • Presentation and interaction regarding e -waste by HoD for students of 3 year and 1st year.
  • Students prepared and presented about e waste by using videos and power point presentations.

Student Achievements

  • Mr. M.N. Sai Kiran of 3rd B. Sc NHAEM bagged Best Photograph award in Heritage Silhouettes Pictures Competition on 3rd Sep 2016 conducted by DCP Expeditions.
  • Mr. Dilip Singh of 3rd B. Sc MECs and Mr. Hari Haran of 1st B. Sc MECs won First Prize in Nukkad Natak /Street Play competition on 10th Sep 2016 in Aurora Cultural Fest organized by Aurora Degree College, Chikkadpally, and Hyderabad.
  • 3. Mr. Syed Ameenuddin of 3rd B. Sc MECs got Selected for National Camp of NCC ARMY ATTACHMENT of NCC ARMY of III (Telangana ) Battalion , Hyderabad held at Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad. from 16th to 30th Aug 2016
  • 4. Mr. Syed Ameenuddin of 3rd B. Sc MECs Won bronze medal in the martial Arts event “NAKAYAMA SHOTOKAN” organized by karate international kick boxing association on 10th Feb 2016
  • 5. Mr. Syed Ameenuddin of 3rd B. Sc MECs was Awarded Black Belt in Karate from School of Martial Arts of Volcano Club on 6th Nov 2016.

Fresher’s Day Celebrations

The 23rd of July 2016 was marked as a memorable day in the life of every fresher at St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College. The Fresher’s day “ Bella Accoglienza” was a day that was filled with excitement, joy, music, enthusiasm, laughter and happiness consummating the very purpose of Fresher’s Day party to welcome newcomers in a friendly atmosphere and avoid social evils, to encourage their creative impulses to boost their confidence held at Harihara Kala Bhavan, Secundrabad.

Power packed dance performances and a stylish fashion show were the highlights of the Day. The program kick-started with the introduction round and the ramp walk for the contestants of the Mr. and Ms. Fresher 2016. All the participants were well dressed and walked the ramp in their own style in Ethnic as well as western wear, the participants, who had been selected in the first round, entered the second round where the participants entertained the audience for few minutes. The last round of the competition was the ‘question – answer’ round where the selected participants answered the questions asked by the judges to win the Titles of Mr. Fresher & Ms. Fresher. The juniors were seen having a great time.

Science Club

Activity Title :         Word Search
Date :             19th July 2016
Target :            IB.Sc (MECs/MPCs)


Science Club strives to enrich scientific knowledge and curiosity through an adventurous and challenging curriculum that develops students of character, responsibility, and consciousness ready for challenges in the 21st century.

  • Enlightened about objectives of Science Club
  • Activities of Science Club.
  • Introduced and given ideas about 2016-17 innovative activity that is short film or slider player about E –Waste.
  • Played Word Search Game in Physics

Pre-Placement Activity:2016-17

Department of Science organized a Pre-Placement talk for all B. Sc Third Year students on 2nd July 2016. Mr. M.L.N. Rao, placement coordinator of Science department briefed the students on the support rendered by Placement Cell through CRT program, leading recruiters of the college. Dr.N.Srinivas, Placement officer of the college explained to the students about the procedure of online registration for placements and the rules and guidelines to be followed for registration. He delivered a lecture on Interview Etiquette and positive attitude using audio visual aids also gave tips to face interviews.

Orientation Programme

Date:         30th June 2016
Target Group:       I B.Sc
Purpose :    Science Club strives to enrich scientific knowledge and curiosity through an adventurous and challenging curriculum that develops students of character, responsibility, and consciousness ready for challenges in the 21st century.
Venue :         Electronics Lab


    The purpose of the New Student Orientation program at College is to prepare students to be academically successful by:

  • Providing information and resources that will allow students to make informed and appropriate academic plans and healthy social choices;
  • Creating a welcoming environment that builds a sense of community among the incoming class and connects them to faculty, staff and other students;
  • Providing a framework for four years of success through the communication of expectations, norms and standards.

The Program was started with a prayer by Rev.Fr. Aarogyam, the Vice Principal of the college. The Principal Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas in his inaugural address exhorted that the students must sharpen their skills to meet challenges of 21st century impressed upon the students to adopt discipline in their academics as well as social lives in order to become good students.. The Program was graced by the Director Prof. P. L. Visweswara Rao who laid stress on taking up studies seriously as there are ample opportunities for science students to breakthrough into new ventures in his address to the students.

During induction programme the students were provided an insight to the institution, infrastructure and process of academic learning and teaching by Mrs G. Sunitha, Head, Department of Mathematics & Statistics. Mrs Kiran Jyothi, Dean of Sciences, provided enriched inputs on the department, its activities and introduced the faculty to the students. Mr. Satyanarayanarao, Controller of Examinations briefed them about the semester system of autonomy, Continuous Internal assessment, end semester examinations and promotion rules. Mr Basher, alumni shred his experience with the young ones. He spoke about the prospects in adopting B. Sc Course, career opportunities and the corporate expectations. Mr. Prabhu Kumar and Mr. Dilip of final B. Sc shared their experiences with the freshers

An Ice-breaking session was well organized by Mrs. Shailaja, Mrs. Swathi and Mrs. Haripriya wherein students participated enthusiastically. The entire event was well-coordinated by Mrs. L.M.Priya, Head, Department of Physics & Electronics.

Faculty-Student Interactive Sessions


  • Ranked 7th TOP SCIENCE College in the city of Hyderabad among the BEST SCIENCE Colleges by INDIA TODAY Magazine, June 2015.
  • Ranked 2nd among the BEST EMERGING SCIENCE Colleges in India by INDIA TODAY Magazine, June 2015.
  • Ranked 10th TOP SCIENCE College in the city of Hyderabad among the TOP SCIENCE Colleges by INDIA TODAY Magazine, June 2013.
  • Ranked 3rd TOP SCIENCE College, among Emerging India's Best Colleges - 2013 by INDIA TODAY Magazine, June 2013.
  • The Department of Physics & Electronics entered into MOU with RTTC, Hyd , an telecom  training centre. This MOU benefits students and faculty towards training, Consultancy, Projects and seminars for a term of two years.
  • The Department of Physics & Electronics entered into MOU with Prayog Labs PVt.Ltd.Kukatpally, Hyd , an authorized
    training centre for ELECTRONICS FOR YOU (EFY).This MOU benefits students and faculty towards training ,Consultancy, faculty enrichment activities ,internship, Projects and seminars for a term of two years.
  • Ranked 10th TOP SCIENCE College in the city of Hyderabad among the TOP SCIENCE Colleges by INDIA TODAY    Magazine, June 2010.
  • Science Day was celebrated on Nov 9th-10th, 2010. Various programs were conducted   in order to facilitate a purposeful and mutually beneficial interaction between the science fraternity and the students from other departments.
  • Established a separate Lab for Simulation in Electronics with MULTISIM, Keil, edsim51, 8085 Simulator Packages.
  • Vinay Sai Krishna & Rohit of B.Sc (MECs) II year, attended a two day meet of I Indian Parliament of Student Council    Leaders from 12th -14th Jan, 2011 at Pune.


Awareness Programme on Mini Projects

Target Group :                       I & II Year B.Sc (Electronics & Applied Electronics) 
Interaction Team :            III Year B.Sc (Electronics)
Hours :                            5th & 6th Hours
Time :                              12:20 PM onwards     
Venue :                            Electronics Lab


  • To allow students discover, explore the concepts and ideas.
  • To empower knowledge of students to build an electrical circuit and to understand its various parts and how electricity flows in it.
  • To show how the instruments and components work.

About Programme

Now-a-days many students are trying to improve their knowledge and skills by creating new projects. Especially in electronics field, there is lot of chance to prove themselves as good electronics student. This programme gives a basic idea about how to choose and what type of projects that they can choose.

Parent – Teacher Meeting

Date                                   :      22nd Aug 2015
Time                                   :     11.30 am to 3.30 pm
Target group                    :    All B.Sc Students

Class In charges : Mr. M. L. N. Rao  B.Sc (MECs) -I Year , Mr. M. Sravan Kumar  B.Sc (MPCs) – I Year, Mrs. L. Mihira Priya B.Sc (MECs) III Year, Mr. R. Ashok Kumar B.Sc (MPCs) III Year.

It is a short meeting between the parents and teachers of students to discuss student's progress at college and to find solutions for academic or behavioral problems.

The following activities are organized in Parent-Teacher Association:

  • The performance of student discussed.
  • The personal as well as academic problems of the student discussed jointly and efforts made to solve these problems.
  • Invited parents to accept their viewpoints.
Parents appreciated the management and faculty for providing quality education and conducting events that focused on overall development of the student, Placement Support, discipline maintained by the college.

Inter-Departmental Guest Lecture

Target Group :                       II Year B.Sc (Electronics) 
Resource Person :             Fr Kingston, HoD, Mass Communication & Journalism
Date :                                      12th Sept 2015
Duration :                          1hours
Time :                                9:30 AM onwards
Venue :                             Studios, Dept. of Mass Comm.


Objective is to provide students an opportunity to gain knowledge and insights on various concerns faced by the world today through interactive sessions.

About Programme

The Guest Lectures are an excellent opportunity for students to meet with experts, gain knowledge and build their understanding of key global issues.   

This Guest Lecture is a way of enriching our students with the latest updates of the Radio, Television & Multimedia Industries and Technicalities. The Students are bestowed with knowledge about Industry needs, latest technical updates, Avenues for Higher studies etc.

Resource Person with students in Interaction & Technical Session

Alumni Association Meet - 2015

Date:                           19th Sept 2015
Time:                       2.00 to 4 pm
Venue:                        Joseph’s Hall

“Alumni Association Meet – 2015” was held on 19th September 2015 at Joseph’s Hall for the Degree & PG Courses.

There were twenty-five alumni members attended the meet and shared their views to the students and staff.

The program was started with prayer by Rev. Fr. Richard, Vice-principal, followed by prayer song sung by college choir. Mrs. Aparna Sathe, MC of the program gave an introductory talk of the significance of Alumni Association Meet. 

Rev. Fr. Richard, for President of alumni meet, appreciated the alumni members of their immense support in framing syllabus, technical inputs for students and staff,  providing placement opportunities to our students,  active participation and valuable suggestions during  BoS meetings, admissions into various courses, suggestions on improving quality education and help rendered for preparing industry-ready curriculum design. 

He thanked them for their continue support and service towards the growth of this institution. Mr. Michael, Vice-president gave a motivational speech about the alumni association and their functioning.  He also appreciated the management for giving him opportunity to purse the right course at right time which helped him to achieve his career growth.

The students of B.Sc performed cultural programmee and entertained the alumni members. The alumni interaction was meticulously planned and executed by Mrs. R. Anitha and alumni members expressed their intension for attending the alumni association meet. Mrs. L. Mihira Priya alumni co-ordinator for Science communicated information about meeting.  Mr. M.L.N. Rao HoD, Mr. M.Sravan Kumar and Mr. R.Ashok Kumar interacted with the alumni.  

Finally the formal vote of thanks proposed by Mr. M. Joseph Raja kumar, Convener, Alumni Association committee. The program was concluded with group photograph and high tea.

International Guest Lecture

Resource Person                 :  Prof. M.ISHAQUE KHAN
                                                      ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Chicago, USA
Date                                  :   22/01/2016         
Venue                                       :   SEMINAR HALL-I
Timings                                    :   10:00AM to 12:30AM

About the Event

Prof. M.ISHAQUE KHAN, Chairman, Department of Chemistry & Director, Materials Chemistry Program, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago delivered excellent Lecture on “NANO SCIENCE AND NANO TECHNOLOGY’. Mainly focused on Nano materials properties, their size & behavior at nano scale and also presented range of applications in Engineering, chemistry, biology and other related fields. Thought provoking views of Prof. Ishaque made a significant impact on young minds to think about higher education and prospects in the field of Nano Science.

Orientation Programme for II & III Year B.Sc

Target Group : III & II Year B.Sc (Electronics & Physics)
Resource Person : Prof.N. Narsimlu, Associate Professor
Department of Physics, PG College of Science, OU
Saifabad, Hyderabad

Time : 11:30 AM onwards
Venue : Josephs Hall
Objective : To acquaint the structure of scientific papers, the techniques for presenting clear logical arguments and the skills needed to write and edit concise, emphatic sentences with examples.

About Programme : The Scientific Paper Seminar is a writing workshop for students. Participants will learn the writing techniques necessary to best construct and explain their ideas and the editing skills to refine and polish their work. One-to-one sessions allowed us to address personal concerns, to apply our techniques to specific pieces of work and to help build confidence about writing.

Inaugural Session Inaugural Session Technical – Orientation Session

Orientation Programme for I Years

Date: 29.6.2015


The major objective of the programme was to make the parents and students aware of the academic aspects of the course, the rules and regulations of the Institute and ensuring parental participation in monitoring the performance and progress of the students. The other objective of this programme is to provide a smooth transition for the students into the new environment of the Institute.

About Programme

First year students often feel ill-equipped academically and emotionally, hindering their integration and adjustment into university life.

During orientation, students will be made aware of opportunities to be socially integrated into the college culture. If students do not become socially integrated within the first few weeks of their arrival, they are less likely to stay at that institution. Social activities can include parties, games, concerts, icebreakers, and hang-out time. Students also can learn about the various student organizations in which they can be involved.

The programme was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp by the Assistant Vice principal, Academic Coordinator and other dignitaries.

Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadas, Principal of the college, while delivering a speech on the occasion, said that it was not the events but the attitude that caused success. He also stressed the importance of dedication to one’s profession by involve and evolve concept.

Mr. Joseph Raja Kumar, Academic Coordinator Science, briefed the students about the rules and regulations of the institution and requested the students and parents to understand and abide by the institutional rules and norms.

Entry level feedback revealed strong academic support for the initiatives, with the Department of Science students reporting their orientation experience significantly more positive than students from the other two colleges.

Inaugural Session Department of Physics & Electronics, HoD Interaction Session

Parent-Teacher Meeting

Date : 7th Feb 2015

The following activities are organized in Parent-Teacher Association:

(i) The performance of student discussed.
(ii) The personal as well as academic problems of the student discussed jointly and efforts made to solve these problems.
(iii) Invited parents to accept their viewpoints.

Guest Lectures / Seminars Organized

Orientation Programme
Date : June 2014
Incharge/Coordinator : Mrs.L.Mihira Priya
Venue : Seminar Hall-Cellar,St.Joseph’s Degree & PG College
Target Group : I B.Sc (All Groups)
Resource Person & Organization:
1. Principal
2. Director
1. To introduce the academic structure.
2. To acquaint with the college rules & guidelines.
About the Activity :
First year students often feel ill-equipped academically and emotionally, hindering their integration and adjustment into college life. A standardised orientation program for first year undergraduate students organized focusing on peer and academic support based principles, assisting commencing students to achieve a smooth transition from intermediate level into university level under graduation programme. we introduced activities which are focused on information for the first year, incorporation of Alumni student interaction and the inclusion of ice-breaker activities..

Alumni Meet
Date: 26th July 2014
Incharge/Coordinator: Mrs L.Mihira Priya
Venue: Joseph’s Hall
Target Group: Old Batch Students
1. To maintain an up-to-date and comprehensive database of alumni
2. To identify and promote alumni success and achievements to advance the credibility and reputation of the college
3. To encourage the Alumni to take an active and abiding interest in the work and progress of the Institute.
4. To promote and foster mutually beneficial interaction between the Alumni and the present students.
About the Activity :
Alumni meet, an initiative taken by us to stay in touch with our alumni and to ensure that our alumni feel connected irrespective of the physical boundaries. These meets have been providing a platform for all alumni to know the progress SJC has made in the years from when they left the college. The meets are not only an occasion for the alumni to get nostalgic and relive their college memories but also they help us to maintain the strong connect with our alumni and gain from their knowledge and expertise of the industry.

Entrepreneurship Orientation Programme
Date: 24th July 2014
Incharge/Coordinator: Mrs Savithri ,HoD Department of Commerce.
Venue: Joseph’s Hall
Target Group: B.Sc
Resource Person & Organization: Programme conducted by Commerce Department for Science students in collaboration with National Small industries Corporation Ltd (NSIC)
No. of students participated: 10
The objective of the workshop was to create awareness amongst the students about the option of setting up new small business enterprises.
About the Activity :
NSIC Organized three Day Entrepreneurship Orientation Training Programme to encourage the budding entrepreneur, who are still pursuing their studies in Colleges and do not have any idea about the Entrepreneurship or how to start any new business and what problems are faced to start the new business. This programme offers the insight into the self employment opportunities and develops the confidence to become self employed..

Workshop on VHDL
Date: 30th Sep 2014
Nature of Activity: Staff & student enrichment programme
Incharge/Coordinator: Mrs. L.Mihira Priya
Venue: MCA Lab
Target Group: III B.Sc(Elec)
Resource Person & Organization:
1. P.V Kiran Kumar (Marketing Manager)
2. K.Dasharath (Senior application Engineer)
3. S.Ramesh(Customer support Engineer, Physitech Electronics
To gain valuable hands-on experience. Incoming students with little or no VHDL knowledge be empowered with the ability to write efficient hardware designs and perform high-level HDL simulations.
About the Activity :
This workshop addresses targeting Xilinx devices specifically and FPGA devices in general. The information gained can be applied to any digital design by using a top-down synthesis design approach. This workshop combines insightful lecture with practical lab exercises to reinforce key concepts.


Date : 23rd November 2013 
Target Group : B.Sc (MPCs) Sem-2, Sem-4 & Sem-6
No. of Participants : 54
Resource Person & Organization : Dr. M. Sreenath Reddy, Assistant Professor, NIZAM COLLEGE
Objective :

  1. To create awareness and interest in the PHYSICS areas particularly in Quantum Mechanics.
  2. To understand the principles and basics in Quantum particles.
  3. To get the adequate Knowledge in dual nature of light, potential well.

About the Activity: Familiarized about advancements in Quantum Mechanics. Focused on Heisenberg‘s Uncertainty Principles,
De Broglie hypothesis, phase velocity &Group velocity. Explained about Schrodinger wave time independent and dependent
wave equations, Eigen functions Potential step, potential barriers and its applications.

Guest Lecture On Nanotechnology Towards Smart Materials

Guest Lecture On Nanotechnology

Incharge/Coordinator :  Mrs. L.M.Priya / Mr.Sravan Kumar 
Date : 6th August,  2013.                                                 
Target Group/Participants : I/II/III Year B.Sc  (MPCs) students

Resource Person & Organization : Sunkra V Manorama, Senior Principal Scientist,CSIR-IICT ,Tarnaka,Hyd.
Objective : To enrich students with the latest updates of the Industry and technicalities.
About the Activity : Students are bestowed with knowledge about latest technical updates & Avenues for higher studies along with basic concepts in the subject.

Alumni Interaction With III B.Sc Students

Date : 24th August 2013
Alumni : Sanu George (MECs 2002 batch)
              Sr.H/W & Infra Head
              Rhythm & Hues studios pvt.Ltd.
Objective :

  • Students and alumni will have the opportunity to get to know each other and connect.
  • To provide a platform for mutual inspiration and entrepreneurial opportunities.

The 2 PM to 3:30 PM interaction between the students and the alumni would start with the alumni delivering a short lecture regarding the field of his expertise followed by MOCK INTERVIEW. 

1 6th Aug, 2013 Nanotechnology towards Smart Materials

Sunkra V Manorama

Senior Principal Scientist, CSIR-IICT ,Tarnaka,Hyd.

2 5th July, 2012 Current trends in Superconductivity & Nanotechnology


Assistant Professor
Department of Physics, PG College of Science, OU. Saifabad, Hyderabad.

ObjectivesTo enrich students with the latest updates of the Industries and Technicalities.

Students are bestowed with knowledge about Industry needs,
latest technical updates, Avenues for Higher
studies etc.
3 20 Jul, 2011 Awareness about BPO Jobs TCS - Senior Consultant
4 10 Nov, 2010 “Embedded Systems and their Applications” P.ChandraShekar, Technical Director, Technical Group, Secunderabad.
5 10 Nov, 2010 "Nano Materials" Dr. Seshu. B, HOD, Dept. of Science, Bhoj Reddy Engineering College for Women, Hyderabad.   
6 05 Aug, 2010 "IT education and its Significance in Current Industry" NIIT, Hyderabad

Seminar on Current trends in Superconductivity & Nanotechnology

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A Two Day Workshop On Embedded C Programming For Embedded Systems

Date : 2nd & 3rd September 2013.
Objective : The objective of two day Workshop is to provide refresher training that serves to reacquaint one with
material previously studied/ to bring one's knowledge/ skills up to date. 
Resource Organization: Prayog Lab Pvt.Ltd. Kukatpally, Hyderabad
Resource Persons:

  1. Mr.Naveen, Pr.Engineer
  2. Mr. Kiran, Sr.Engineer
Target Group
  1. Faculty of St.Joseph's Degree & PG College, Shadan Degree College for women, Shadan Degree College for Boys.
  2. Students of St.Joseph's Degree & PG College & Shadan Degree College for women

Coordinators :

  1. Mrs.L.Mihira Priya
  2. Mr. MLN Rao
  3. Mr. Sravan Kumar
No. of Participants : 56

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Project Exhib' 2013

Date : 30th Aug 2013
Participants : III B.Sc
Items Exhibited : Mini Projects & Summer Projects

Project titles : Optical eye testing, Hardware solution for traffic safety, unmanned railway crossing system, Android
based Bluetooth Robo, fire fighting robo, Electronics voting system etc

Target group : II, III B.Sc students & faculty.
Coordinator: Mrs .L.Mihira Priya
Objective :

  • To raise awareness of different technologies, practicalities and their limitations. 
  • To disseminate the findings and ideas in the technology.


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Workshop on PCB designing


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A Bridge course is basically a foundation course designed by the department for 10+2 pass out students for their smooth induction into B.Sc. The objective is to provide adequate foundation in the core applied science. Duration of the course is 1 Week (July 1st to 6th , 2013) for I year / I Sem B.Sc students.




Ham RadioHam Radio


Incharge/Coordinator : L.M.PRIYA and MLN Rao
Date : 13th December 2013 
Venue : Raj Bhavan Road, SomajiGuda, Hyderabad.
No. of Participants : 44
Resource Person & Organization : Mr .S.Ram Mohan, Director, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AMATEUR RADIO

  1. Create awareness and interest in the in communication and information technology through Amateur Radio and disaster management as
    career build in interest of young talented dynamics.
  2. Also understand the technology implication
  3. To get the adequacy in curriculum framing and design.

About the Activity (few lines) :To familiarize in advancement of communications of global Amateur  Radio activity in terms of promotion training, advocacy, technical support ,Knowledge repository and research with commitment ,quality and service to the society.

  • HAM Radio learning mechanism in the field of electronics and radio theory.
  • How to communicate message for all king of emergencies including cyclones ,Earthquakes, floods Rail/Road & Air Accidents (work in disaster conditions).
  • Social Action, Skill Development and Technology Development Information.

    Field Visit To BSNL - RTTC, Hyderabad.

    Bsnl field visit


    Date : 29/07/2013

    Field Visit-Motive : For much more exciting and interesting way to learn a subject, as opposed to just learning about it in a classroom and for exposure of live telecom equipments & installations.

No. of students Attended : 12
Class : II / III B.Sc (NHAEM)

Cordinators :

  1. Mrs.L.M.Priya
  2. Mr.MLN Rao


    Field Visit To IICT

    IICT Field Visit


    Students of B.Sc II/III Sem  (Phy & Elec) & III (Phy) visited IICT, Uppal Road, Hyderabad on 25th July, 2012.

    Objectives :

  • Differential use of interventive strategies and techniques by the research institutes.
  • Interaction with Scientists and Scholars
  • Acquainting with technical aspects. .



Science Day Celebrations
Organizers : Faculty - Physics & Electronics
Date : 29/02/2016 &30/02/2016
Timings : 11:30AM to 1:30AM

Objective: To promote and create enthusiasm among students towards building Higher career opportunities in the field of pure science.

About Event:

  • Department of Science conducted Poster making about three noble prize winners in India.
  • Department conducted Power point presentations on Noble laureates of India in science and literature.
  • Department conducted computerized Quiz program, which was developed by the HoD, Department of Physics & Electronics. MLN RAO, coordinated by other faculties.
  • Best presentations identified and winners are encouraged and honored with certificates.

Josephites Social Responsibility (JSR)
Activity : Orphanage Visit- Hyderabad.
Date : 27/2/16, Saturday

About Activity

JSR Program was Carried out as social concern by B.Sc final year students along with the staff members- Mr. M.Sravan kumar, Mr. D.Srinivas Reddy and Ms. S.vijaya laxmi.

All orphans were taken to the SBH Colony Park near by the orphanage. Various activities were conducted for the 40 orphans : Self-Introduction, Dialogue Delivery, Singing, Dancing, Sketching & Painting, Physical fitness, Playing Kabaddi.

Prizes, Gift, Groceries, cloths were distributed to all the children as a token of appreciation for their active participation, the program was followed by a lunch at the orphanage.

Response from a orphan child: At the end of the program, feedback was taken from an orphan child who was-“I enjoyed a lot today and had my favorite meal. I have also won a prize in painting & sketching competition & have got many gifts form you all. I thank you all for all you have done & I had a great day”.

Other JSR Activity Details
S.No Place No. of students Class  
& year
Incharge Remarks
1. Amma Foundation, Saidabad, Hyderabad.
27/2/16, Saturday
80 B.Sc (MPCs/MECs/MSCs) – III 1. M. Sravan Kumar
2. D. Srinivas Reddy
3. Vijaya Laxmi
Apart from money students distributed old clothes, books, fruits, stationary items and lunch. And contributed Rs. 14,000/-
2. Thara Orphanage, Old Airport Road, Bowenpally, Sec’bad.
27/2/16, Saturday
90 B.Sc(MPCs/MECs/MSCs) – II 1. M.L.N Rao
2. R. Ashok Kumar
3. N. Laxmi
Apart from money students distributed books, fruits, stationary& other items and lunch. And contributed Rs. 13,700/-
3. AMS – Deaf & Dumb School, Vidyanagar, Hyd.
27/2/16, Saturday
80 B.Sc(MPCs/MECs/MSCs)  – I 1. Radhika
2. Lavanya
Apart from money students distributed books, fruits, stationary items. And contributed Rs. 5,875/-

Interdepartmental Extended Guest lecture
Lecture by : Mrs L. M. Priya, Senior faculty, Department of Physics & Electronics
Target Group : II BA (Mass Communication & JPE)
Topic : Impact of Digital Technology by new media in Mass Communication
Duration : 1 Hour
Objective : Interdisciplinary study requires a mature base in the disciplines.

Bridge Course
Target Group : B.Sc (MPCs & MECs) I Year Students
Duration : One Week
Month : July

The Department conducted bridge Course for I year B.Sc students both in Physics & Electronics to bridge the gap in knowledge level from +2 to UG.

Subject Title Name of the Faculty
Electronics Fundamentals of Electronics Mr. M. L. N. Rao
Physics Fundamentals of Physics Mr. M. Sravan Kumar

 Science Day


Department of Physics & Electronics Lab - OPEN DAY
Date : 5th & 26th Feb 2013
Venue & Target Group : St.Joseph's High School for Girls (Telugu Medium) - 8th & 9th Class Students 
Objective :

  • To enhance concepts and motivate students to want to learn more.
  • To provide a platform to attain conceptual skills related to the lessons from the Physical Science text book.
  • To impart and to develop intellectual thinking through various demonstrations in the laboratory.  
  • Students of B.Sc II Year (MECs) visited "Cherish Foundation" an orphanage on Dec 9th, 2011.
  • Students of B.Sc II Year went on a field visit  to Vijaya Dairy located at Tarnaka, Hyderabad on 21st Aug, 2010.
  • Students of B.Sc II Year went on a field visit to AIR / RAINBOW 101.9 FM, Hyderabad on 29th July, 2010.


    A Fresher's Party was organized by the II year students for the I year in Main & Extended Campus to help students to interact with each other.  Senior students and newcomers mingled with each other at the fresher’s welcome party held on 3rd & 4th October 2013. The students conducted many games and events for it. They also had a ‘Ramp Walk’ and Mr. & Ms.Fresher
    were selected.

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    Parent –Teacher Meeting

    The Parent Teacher Interface conducted for all streams on 24th and 31st August 2013 at Joseph’s Hall.
    Principal Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas and Director Prof. K. Malla Reddy addressed the parents. It was held after the I Internal examination so that the parents could see the progress of their wards. Parents Mr. Subramaniyam Rao and Mrs. Surekha Sridhar spoke on “Expectations of the Institution from the Parents” and 
    “Expectations of Parents from the Institution” respectively. One of the grandparents also spoke on the occasion.
    The parents were informed
    about their ward‘s performance and feedback was taken from the parents regarding the curriculum, discipline etc.

    Purpose :

    • Parents can let the teacher know of any special circumstances at home that might have some bearing on the student’s performance or behavior.
    • To allow Parents and teachers work together to try and provide the best environment for learning, the child stands to benefit the most.

    Target Group :  I /I Semester students (MPCs/MECs/NHAEM) & Parents
    Coordinators : Class in-charges


    Parents Teacher Meeting Parents Teacher Meeting


    JOSEPIESTA - 2012

     The College Feast Events conducted by the Department


    Student Achievements

    1 20 B.Sc - I, II & III year A two day Symposium for Under-Graduates & Post Graduates Students on Renewable Energy - Energy conservation Mission, The Institute of Engineers(India), Petroleum Conservation Research Association. 5th place in the final round
    2 7 B.Sc (Elec) - III year PC Assembling Workshop - Jetking Infotrain Ltd.
    3 2 B.SC (Elec/Phy) - III year

    TILE COMBAT – War of the Words

    Inter Collegiate Scramble Tournament 2012

    4 7 B.Sc - III /II (Elec/Phy) ELITE'12 - College Fest at Loyola Academy Degree & PG College,Alwal, Hyd , partcipated in Brain Busters.
    5 5 B.Sc Iyr/I sem International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Metals (ARCI) - Attended International Conference on Nano Science and Nano Technology on Jan 21, 2012.
    6 3 B.Sc IIIyr Cognizant - General Quiz
    7 4 B.Sc II & III Yr Badruka College, Hyderabad
    Consolation Prize
    8 1 B.Sc I HIV/AIDS Day Quiz - Rotary Club of Bhagyanagar
    9 2 B.Sc III Yr Inter College Paper Presentation  Competition at INNOVATION  2010 - Loyola Academy Degree & P.G College, Secunderabad. Topic : Nano Technology
    10 2 B.Sc III Yr State Level Student Seminar at ALPHA, Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada. Topic : Hydrosphere.
    11 5 B.Sc II Yr United Games of Education Alternate Education (A Cultural Exchange Program), Thiruvarur
    12 Shaik Abdul Rehman B.Sc - II year Participated in 2nd Telangana State Open Junior Athletics .
    3rd place in 4x100MR
    10th & 11th October 2015
    13 K Keerti B.Sc (MPC) - II year Kuchipudi Dance competitions at Ravindrabharathi Stadium, Hyderabad
    14 Gaurav  Shukla B. Sc III NHAEM Wild Life Photography
    -- Achieved Best of the team (All India) from DCP Expeditions.
    Most Promising Group Leader




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