Humanities & Science

About The Department

The Department of HUMANITIES and SCIENCES was established in 2008. The department plays a vital role in grooming the students with basic knowledge of sciences and language. The department offers Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Physics devoted for all round development of I Year students.

Science and Humanities Department imparts education on basics and fundamental theories of engineering i.e. Physics and Mathematics. Physics lab which provides basic knowledge of science and develops scientific acumen among students consist of experiments like Hall effect, Four Probe resistivity meter, Ultrasonic velocity meter, Hysteresis curve tracer etc. English language is taught rich collection of BBC documentaries based on science and engineering. through language lab and various other co-curricular activities. The lab has The department consists of highly qualified and well experienced faculty members

It is the department where students learn to perform prodigious experiments and show their excellence. The department is involved in a number of activities like conducting seminars, workshops and guest lectures by eminent people of other universities and different organizations.


The College of Humanities and Social Sciences will become the premier liberal arts college in the intermountain west, providing the core intellectual and engaged learning experiences that prepare students for their role as active citizens and everyday leaders.


The College of Humanities and Social Sciences seeks to create everyday leaders. The College supports excellence in education through a diverse, dynamic, and personalized academic environment that emphasizes engaged learning. We educate students to embody holistic knowledge, inspire critical thinking, possess dynamic oral and written communication skills, and become global citizens. Together, this education and training will equip students to make positive changes in their communities.


Mr.K.Devadas obtained M.A. degree in English from Kakatiya University, Warangal, India in 2008, Have been working as an Assistant Professor and Head of H&Sc Department (Polytechnic) from 2017 to till date. Guided to the students to develop communication skills and Life skills. Would like to express pride to belong to the English Department, for language is the key to knowledge, culture and civilization, it represents a bridge of communication with others. Undoubtedly, English is a worldwide language. It is taught in most universities, hence the need to meet universal standards to master the English language.







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Course name Intake Duration Eligibility criteria
Polytechnic Diploma
240 CIVIL-60 EEE-60 ECE-60 MECH-60
3 years
Candidate who have passed SSC or its equivalent examination recognized by the board of secondary education, TS, Hyderabad are eligible to apply. The candidates who have compartmentally passed or appearing for SSC are also eligible to apply.


S.No Name Designation Qualification Photo
1 Mr.K.Devadas HOD M.A. B.Ed
2 Mr.Dr.N.Raghuram Lecturer M.Sc,B.Ed,M.Phil, Ph.D
3 Mr.U.Mahesh Lecturer M.Sc,B.Ed
4 Mrs.K.Anitha Lecturer M.Tech
5 Mrs.B.Sunitha Lecturer M.Sc. B.Ed
6 Mrs.K.Dhanalaxmi Lecturer M.Sc. B.Ed
7 Mrs.G.Snehalatha Lecturer Msc

Department Laboratory

1.Communication skills and Life skills Lab

English enhances the employability of students. It enriches a high-degree of proficiency in English Language. It is the language of opportunities. It enables the students to expedite the process of improving learning skills, with more emphasis on LSRW (Learning, Speaking, Reading & Writing).T hese labs train the students in Language Skills, Soft Skills, Inter Personal Skills, Decision Making, Business Communication, Pre-Placement Training, Corporate Readiness, GRE etc.

The main aim of this labs is to improve Communication Skills in formal and informal situations. It is also to impart training to students through the syllabus in its theoretical aspects and practical components.

2.Physics Lab

Physics is an experimental science. The theoretical concepts and relationships introduced in the lecture part of the course describe the general nature and behavior of real phenomena. They were, appropriately, discovered by (or inducted from) careful observation and thoughtful analysis of actual experiments. Genuine understanding entails being able to relate the abstract ideas to the particular facts to which they correspond.

The premise of the scientific method is that (observation of) nature is the ultimate judge of the truth of any physical theory. Indeed, experiments designed to prove certain ideas have often ended up showing them to be wrong. Consequently, all physical concepts must be verified experimentally if they are to be accepted as representing laws of nature.

3.Chemistry Lab

The Chemistry Laboratory conducts fundamental studies of highway materials to understand both failure mechanisms and superior performance. New standard test methods are developed to improve and facilitate the chemical analysis of highway materials and to characterize and quantify new or alternative sustainable materials. The Laboratory also assists with forensic investigations of premature failures of pavements and other highways structures.

4.Computer Lab

A computer lab is a space which provides computer services to a defined community. Computer labs are typically provided by libraries to the public, by academic institutions to students who attend the institution,[1] or by other institutions to the public or to people affiliated with that institution. Users typically must follow a certain user policy to retain access to the computers. This generally consists of the user not engaging in illegal activities or attempting to circumvent any security or content-control software while using the computers.. Computers in computer labs are typically equipped with internet access, while scanners and printers may augment the lab setup. Computers in computer labs are typically arranged either in rows, so that every workstation has a similar view of one end of the room to facilitate lecturing or presentations, or in clusters, to facilitate small group work. In some cases, generally in academic institutions, student laptops or laptop carts take the place of dedicated computer labs, although computer labs still have a place in applications requiring special software or hardware not practically implementable in personal computers.