December , 2017


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Sri Indu College Credit: Pearl Rive

“Definition of a College professor: someone who talks in other people’s sleep” — W. H. Auden

The electrifying branches  namely EEE and ECE are now presently the most sought after branches. Thanks to recession. ECE has always been in the top and will always be the winner when compared to other branches. EEE is more macho when it comes to dealing with electrical circuitry and analysis. Mainly this being the group never preferable to girls… as goes the myth. But in reality, these groups have more girls as takers. The first year in engineering consists of common subjects for all branches and the second year onwards, core subjects start; and here is where the actual battle begins.

The HOD for ECE department is Mr.Ashok Babu, who is a very dynamic and influential personality in the college. He exercises many rules and implements them effectively and is undoubtedly, the best lecturer in the college. He is the author of many books prescribed for ECE students. “He is strict, takes utmost care and deals with complaints immediately”, says Sowmya, a 3rd year ECE student. “Problems  are  all cleared and no unwanted rules are imposed, plus  all students need to be formally dressed as far as labs are concerned”, quips her friend Sri Sowmya.

Labs are all up to the mark and lab rules are very strict. Students need to come properly dressed and no indecent behaviour is entertained.  The lecturers, who teach subjects are the same as those, who instruct in the labs.  The HOD is the important person, who decides the marks as far as  internal and lab marks are concerned. “Basically good impression and discipline is a big must to survive in this college”, says Sai (name changed), a fourth year ECE student, who is a frequent bunker.

Machines Lab. Creidt: Pearl Rive

Machines Lab. Creidt: Pearl Rive

“Definitely, it is a good choice if the student is opting for ECE and the best faculty is available for the students. Doubts are promptly cleared. Kumaraswamy Sir, Arunashri  Maa’m are the best”, say the students of second year ECE.

EEE or the macho branch is the preferred branch, when no other option is available and very few join this group for the love of the subject. It is very technical in nature and basic electrical processes and structures are dealt with. It lays the foundation for advanced study such as robotics, core electric components etc., which are very demanding unlike ECE, which is confined only to electronics and communication sector and is relatively easier and better.

“I basically love the subject and I am enjoying every moment of my four years of study in this college with my friends. Right after EAMCET my aim was to become an electrical engineer and the best choice was Sri Indu”, says Prakruti a 3rd year EEE student. Her friends however exclaim that because they got higher ranks it was a difficult choice and they had to choose EEE.

The HOD for the department is Mr. Srinivas who has about 6 years of

teaching experience and takes decisions after consulting ECE HOD. Coming to faculty members, most of them are new and ex-students of the college namely Deepika Maa’m, Divya Maa’m, Vijayavardhan Sir, Guruwaih Sir and many others. “Some are not that interactive”, complain the students but some do consider ‘girls’ say the students. “Deepika maa’m is my favourite and we enjoy all of her classes which she explains with ease”, says Anusha, a 2nd year EEE student.

Labs at Sri Indu. Credit: Pearl Rive

Labs at Sri Indu. Credit: Pearl Rive

The labs are all okay and instruments are quite old but are in good condition. Discipline is a must in the labs and impression is the most important thing to bear in the mind of every student. “Connections gone – just be sure that internal marks are also gone”, says Sushma, a  3rd year EEE student.

“EEE is a good branch no doubt but faculty etc. are not up to the mark and students joining here can’t be that casual and definitely need to work very hard and make their own notes and do a lot of self preparation, which sure helps the student to succeed”, say the fourth year students.

Both ECE and EEE in Sri Indu are good groups and preferably a rating of 8 out of 10 for  ECE and 5 out of 10 for EEE can be considered based upon students’ opinion. ECE undoubtedly is the king here in Sri Indu and freshers need not worry at all. EEE is to be considered here only if they have no option at all.

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