Friday, 24 February 2012



M.Tech - First Semester

Course No. Subject Name (L-T)-P Credits
 Comp Science elective-13-0-03
 Comp Science elective-23-0-03
 Mathematics elective-13-0-03
 Core elective-13-0-03
 Free elective-13-0-03
 Computer Science lab-10-0-32
 Core lab-10-0-32
 Research and Softskills-11-0-22
Total load and Credits 21

M.Tech - Second Semester
Course No. Subject Name (L-T)-P Credits
 Comp Science elective-33-0-03
 Comp Science elective-43-0-03
 Free elective-23-0-03
 Computational engg elective -13-0-03
 Computational engg elective -23-0-03
 Computer Science lab-20-0-32
 Computational engg lab-10-0-32
 Research and Softskills-21-0-22
Total load and Credits 21

M.Tech - Third Semester
Course No. Subject Name (L-T)-P Credits
 Computational engg elective-38-0-04
 Computational engg elective-48-0-04
 Research and Softskills-32-0-42
Total load and Credits 10

M.Tech - Fourth Semester
Course No. Subject Name (L-T)-P Credits
 Free elective-33-0-04
 Project work0-0-3216
Total load and Credits 20

M.Tech - Fifth Semester
Course No. Subject Name (L-T)-P Credits
 Project Work0-0-3616
 Project Viva 4
Total load and Credits 20

Note: L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, P = Practical


Undergraduate Programme:

Six - Years Integrated Course:
The program offered by the RGUKT consists of a six year integrated course after 10th class examination leading to a B.Tech. degree. The first part of the six-year course is a two-year Pre University Course (equivalent to (AP) Intermediate) followed by a second part of four-year Engineering Course. At present the pre-university part of education offers premature specialization in tracks such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Life sciences (equivalent to MPC + BiPC). By bringing students in to the University at an earlier stage we hope to impart a broad based education including humanities and liberal arts to students.
The Pre University Part:
This is equivalent to the two year Intermediate (AP) education. The program provides a qualitative plus two education in itself and further lays a stronger foundation for the technical and professional courses ahead. It has an inbuilt system for remedial education for the students who are relatively weak. In addition, there is a foundation course in IT, preparing students to make full use of the Information Technology and Communication resources provided by the RGUKT in its novel model of teaching learning. There is a permitted exit after Pre-University if the student chooses to go for a career in other professional programs. The program also provides short-term courses in humanities and social sciences so that the students emerge as confident, energetic, enthusiastic youngsters seeking challenges in their university education and life.
Curriculum      Regulations
Degree Programs at RGU IIITs:
Upon completion of 6 years of education, each year consisting of 3 semesters, and the prescribed requirements, the graduates will be awarded a B.Tech. degree in any one of the following engineering disciplines given below
  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Civil Engineering
  3. Computer Science and Engineering
  4. Electronics & Communications Engineering
  5. Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering
  6. Mechanical Engineering
Further, depending on the performance and by earning additional credits, it is possible to get a B.Tech. with two Majors, i.e., one in Computer Science and the other from among Chemical, Civil, Electronics and Communication, Materials Science and Mechanical. Alternatively it is possible to get a degree with one Major and two Minors or one Major and one Minor. One of the two Minors may be from Business Management, Economics Mathematics, Social Sciences and Statistics.
Curriculum     Regulations

Post Graduate Programme

This course has been designed incorporating advanced Computing Techniques and Tools to suit for the people seeking TEACHING/RESEARCH CAREER in computational Engineering/Sciences competing with world class curricula.
  • Computational Engineering
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Science Olympiad
Science Olympiad is an American elementary, middle, or high school team competition which tests knowledge of various science topics and engineering ability.
A non-profit organization established by leading academicians, scientists and media personalities with the aim of promoting science, mathematics and computer education, the Science Olympiad Foundation has been striving for over a decade to promote scientific attitude through innovative activities and use of IT in learning process that involve school students across the country.
In the present times when the world is totally pivoted on science and IT, it is pertinent to think and plan about the future - a future in which the children of the present shall be the leaders of tomorrow. Regular qualitative and quantitative assessment needs to be done at the national level in order to build up the scientific and IT talent pool. It is in this sphere that the role of SOF has been much appreciated over these last few years, so much so that highly reputed organizations like WIPRO, LG, Reliance, Aakash Institute, Vidyalankar Dnyanapeeth Trust, Resonance and MTG Learning Media have volunteered to support SOF's various programmes.
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Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana
The "Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana" is an ongoing program started by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to encourage students of Basic Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to take up research careers in these areas. The aim of the program is to identify and encourage talented students with aptitude for research.
This program strives to assist the students to realise their potential and to ensure that the best scientific talent is tapped for research and development in the country. Generous scholarships are provided (up to the pre-Ph.D. level) to the selected students.
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This course has been designed incorporating advanced Computing Techniques and Tools to suit for the people seeking TEACHING/RESEARCH CAREER in computational Engineering competing with world class curricula.

Proposed Course
Interdisciplinary Masters Program in Computational Engineering
Degree to be awarded:
  1. M.Tech in Computational Engineering for Engineering Stream
  1. B.Tech in any Engineering branch with 70% or above marks and 60% or above in Intermediate& SSC (SC/ST candidates: 60% or above in B.Tech and 50% or above in Intermediate& SSC)
  2. Passing of "Introductory course in computing" with "A" grade conducted by RGUKT for six weeks.
Selection process
  1. Through an "ENTRANCE EXAMINATION" followed by an INTERVIEW.
  2. GATE/NET qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and are exempted from Entrance Examination
  3. Prospective national Students from States other than A.P and International students can also apply. National and International students may take SAT or equivalent and fill-in the results in to application form.
  4. Passing of "Introductory course in computing" with "A" grade conducted by RGUKT for six weeks.
  5. Allocation of seats:
    1. A.P Educational Institutions(Regulation of Admissions) orders: A.U, O.U and SVU regions, Article 371.D of "Presidential Order 1974", Govt. of. India
    2. Rule of reservations as per Govt of.A.P is applicable.
Duration of the course
2 years (Six Terms) (excluding six weeks Introductory course)
200 (Three regions together)
During the first six weeks, selected candidates shall be given training on " Introduction to Computing Course" in RGUKT, Gachibouli, Hyderabad and the students have to pay Rs.-----/- towards tuition, food and accommodation for this training. Before the introduction to computer course an APTITUDE TEST shall be conducted. Those students who get qualified in the APTITUDE TEST securing "A" grade will be admitted to this course.
After the Introduction Course, the admitted students shall be allotted the seats following rules of reservation and the presidential order 1974 Govt.of.India to each center of RGUKT at Basar(Adilabad District) , Nuzvid (Krishna District) and RK valley(Kadapa District)
Method of Teaching
"Learning by Doing" adopting cognitive technologies through e-learning and smart class rooms.
Method of Examinations
Method of Examinations: Examinations shall be conducted in the similar manner as RGUKT conducts for its graduation courses.
Teaching Assistance
All the students shall be offered "Teaching Assistance" utilizing their services FOUR HOURS a day for conducting theory/practical classes for B.Tech and P.U.C. students.
  1. A proportionate honorarium of Teaching Assistance not exceeding Rs.10,000/- p.m shall be paid to all M.Tech students.
  2. From the amount earned out of Teaching Assistance, the charges for Tuition, Labtop, Food and Accommodation amounting Rs.8000/-p.m shall be deducted. After the deduction, the student shall get about Rs.2000p.m towards their monthly incidental charges.
  3. Students not willing to accept Teaching Assistance shall have to pay Rs.96,000/- per annum towards tuition, food and accommodation and are not entitled to receive any monthly incidental charges.
How to Apply
The mode of applying is online. The candidate has to pay an application fee of Rs.200/ in any nationalized bank and get a Demand Draft. The serial number of the D.D shall be used in filling the online application by logging in the RGUKT site through and submit it. The printout along with original DD and copies of certificates shall be sent to the Registrar to address given above.

PUC 1 Academic Calendar for 2011 Batch Students

                                        Academic Calendar for 2011 Batch Students

PUC - I Semester 1
1. P1Sem1 - Starts on September 19th (Monday) 2011
P1Sem1 starts : September 19th
Weekly Test 1 Ocober 1st   Weekly Test 6 December 24th
Dussera Break October 2nd to October 9th   Monthly Test 2 December 31st
Weekly Test 2 October 15th   Weekly Test 7 January 7th
Weekly Test 3 October 22nd   Winter break January 13th and January 14th
Monthly Test 1 November 5th   Weekly Test 8 January 21st
Weekly Test 4 December 10th   Monthly Test 3 January 28th
Weekly Test 5 December 17th      
End Semester Exams : January 30th to February 5th 2012
All marks to be returned from campuses : February 20th
P1Sem1 results declared : March 5th
P1Sem1 remedial exams: April 9th to April 15th 2012

PUC - I Semester 2
2. P1Sem2 - Starts on February 6th 2012 (Monday)
P1Sem2 Starts : February 6th (Monday) 2012
Weekly Test 1 February 11th   Weekly Test 6 March 31st
Weekly Test 2 February 18th   Monthly Test 2 April 7th
Weekly Test 3 February 25th   Weekly Test 7 April 21st
Monthly Test 1 March 3rd   Weekly Test 8 April 28th
Weekly Test 4 March 10th   Monthly Test 3 May 5th
Weekly Test 5 March 17th      
End Semester Exams: May 7th to May 14th
Summer vacation: May 15th to June 2nd
All marks to be returned from campuses: May 28th
P1Sem2 results declared: June 11th
P1Sem2 remedial exams: September 10h to September 15th 2012

PUC - I Semester 3
3. P1Sem3 - Starts on June 4th 2012 (Monday)
P1Sem3 Starts : June 4th 2012
Weekly Test 1 June 16th   Weekly Test 6 July 28th
Weekly Test 2 June 23rd   Monthly Test 2 August 4th
Weekly Test 3 June 30th   Weekly Test 7 August 18th
Monthly Test 1 July 7th   Weekly Test 8 August 25th
Weekly Test 4 July 14th   Weekly Test 9 September 1st
Weekly Test 5 July 21st   Monthly Test 3 September 8th
End Semester Exams: September 10th to September 15th
All marks to be returned from campuses: September 29th
P1Sem3 results declared: October 20th
P1Sem3 remedial exams: January 7th to January 12th 2013

PUC - II Semester 4
4. P2Sem4 - Starts on September 17th 2012 (Monday)
P2Sem4 Starts : September 17th 2012
Weekly Test 1 September 22nd   Weekly Test 6 November 23rd/24th
Weekly Test 2 September 29th   Monthly Test 2 December 1st
Weekly Test 3 October 13th   Weekly Test 7 December 8th
Monthly Test 1 October 20th   Weekly Test 8 December 15th
Dussera Break Oct 21st to Oct 27th 2012   Weekly Test 9 December 22nd
Weekly Test 4 November 3rd   Monthly Test 3 January 5th 2013
Weekly Test 5 November 10th  
End Semester Exams: January 7th to January 12th 2013
Winter Break: January 14th to January 19th 2013
All marks to be returned from campuses: February 2nd
P2Sem4 results declared: February 16th
P2Sem4 remedial exams: April 29th to May 4th 2013

PUC - II Semester 5
5. P2Sem5 - Starts on January 21st 2013 (Monday)
P2Sem5 Starts : January 21st 2013
Weekly Test 1 February 2nd   Weekly Test 6 March 16th
Weekly Test 2 February 9th   Monthly Test 2 March 23rd
Weekly Test 3 February 16th   Weekly Test 7 April 6th
Monthly Test 1 February 23rd   Weekly Test 8 April 13th
Weekly Test 4 March 2nd   Weekly Test 9 April 20th
Weekly Test 5 March 9th   Monthly Test 3 April 27th
End Semester Exams: April 29th to May 4th 2013
Summer Break: May 6th to June 1st 2013
All marks to be returned from campuses: May 18th
P2Sem5 results declared: June 1st
P2Sem5 remedial exams: June 10th to June 15th 2013*
 To enable students clear their backlogs and get a chance to qualify for EAMCET counseling

PUC - II Semester 6
6. P2Sem6 - Starts on June 3rd 2013 (Monday)