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INDIA ARE WORLD CHAMPIONS



Team India have won the ICC Cricket World Cup after 28 years, completing the highest ever run chase in a final.

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Gautam Gambhir pulled off an impressive run chase to beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup final in Mumbai.

The fourth-wicket pair ensured India did not panic in front of a capacity home crowd after the early loss of big guns Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar in pursuit of 274 for six.

The favourites prevailed with 10 balls to spare in today's showpiece between sub-Continental neighbours, both seeking their second World Cup, despite a wonderful 103 not out from Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene.
The expectations of many were that this contest might be a tale of two champion players, at watershed moments in their record-breaking careers.

But there was no major impact for Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan on his last appearance for his country, or a 100th international hundred for India's Tendulkar in his home town.

Instead, with 97 for Gambhir and Jayawardene's third World Cup century, three other world-class performers took centre stage in a contest just shaded by India.

It was Dhoni (91no) who completed the job, after promoting himself to number five and producing his first half-century of the campaign in a telling stand of 106 with Gambhir and then an unbroken 54 with Yuvraj Singh.

He did it with crowd-delighting gusto too, smashing a six high over long-on off Nuwan Kulasekera for the winning runs.

After Lasith Malinga uprooted both India openers - Tendulkar's departure silenced the partisan majority - India's prospects of a successful chase appeared to be fading already under the Wankhede Stadium lights.
But first Gambhir, with nine fours from 122 balls, and then Dhoni's eight fours and two sixes from only 79 changed everything.

Sehwag was gone lbw for nought to only the second ball when he aimed across the line and missed.
There was to be no finest hour for Tendulkar either, and it seemed a crushing setback to Indian morale when he edged behind.

Gambhir and Virat Kohli responded with a partnership of 83, broken only by an outstanding return catch from Tillakaratne Dilshan, diving to his right to pluck out the one-handed chance.

Gambhir had two moments of fortune, Kulasekera unable to hold a tumbling catch at long-off in the first over of spin from Suraj Randiv with the left-hander on 30 - and then, 18 runs later, a scampered second run just made as Kumar Sangakkara marginally fumbled a throw from the deep.

Sangakkara could not quite gather either when there was barely a half-chance to stump Dhoni for a second-ball duck off Dilshan, and the India captain was to have another close call on 69 when Chamara Kapugedera threw down the stumps.

But his and Gambhir's efforts, with Yuvraj's late assistance after the number three had been bowled trying to carve off-side runs off Thisara Perera, met the challenge.

That might not have been so had Sri Lanka's batsmen begun the match a little less conservatively, after Sangakkara won the toss on a good pitch and Zaheer Khan kept the brakes on with a miserly new-ball spell of 5-3-6-1.
Jayawardene's was the key wicket almost from the moment he reached the crease, and certainly after India broke the first of his three half-century stands - with Sangakkara.

Sri Lanka's lynchpin established a near risk-free run-a-ball tempo and retained it throughout.

Zaheer's outstanding control in his opening spell, backed up by impressive fielding in the off-side ring, had put the early squeeze on Sri Lanka's previously prolific opening pair Dilshan and Upul Tharanga.

The left-hander succumbed to the first delivery of Zaheer's fourth over when a touch of movement away off the pitch took an outside edge and was very well-caught by Sehwag, away to his right at first slip.

Tharanga's two runs had eaten up 20 balls, and it was not until his 20th delivery that Zaheer conceded his first run.
The introduction of Harbhajan Singh soon did for Dilshan, unluckily bowled off glove and pad as he tried to sweep.
Jayawardene joined Sangakkara for a partnership of 62, ended when the captain went after a short ball from Yuvraj only to edge it behind.

Thilan Samaraweera helped Jayawardene put on another 57.
Yet once again, just when Sri Lanka were just starting to look well-placed, Samaraweera was lbw sweeping at Yuvraj.
Kapugedera poked a very good slower ball from the returning Zaheer straight to cover to go for only a single.
Two wickets had gone for three runs - a test of resolve and skill even for Jayawardene.

But he found another willing and able partner in Kulasekara, who helped to rotate the strike and keep wickets intact for the final powerplay push - in which Sri Lanka's best-of-the-tournament 63 runs were plundered.
Jayawardene completed a richly-deserved century with the last of his 13 fours over wide mid-off as even Zaheer started to suffer.

He perhaps deserved too to finish the day a winner. But India were narrowly the superior side, and eventually proved the point.

How To Format a Computer Using a Windows XP disc


The word Format can mean quite a few things in the world of computers. You could format text in a word document, have a different file format, or in this case, format the hard drive in your computer. Sometimes you need to format your computer to ultra clean your computer. It makes it faster, new looking and gets rid of errors and viruses.
Windows XP disc is bootable and really does everything for you. (Well nearly) This means that when you insert a Windows XP disc into your computer, it should start automatically.
However before you do format a computer you should backup your data. Some things to backup include: photos, my documents, favourites folder, emails, all contacts, passwords and more….Go and check out my backup list.
Next is to make sure you have a system disk that came with your computer for display drivers, LAN drivers, USB, audio etc. If you do not have this there is a program called Driver Robot which find your drivers for you after you have formatted…It is a lifesaver. Its a must have program and saves you a load of work. Even after it is has found your drivers it will alos keep them up to date later on.
If you do not want to spend money you will have to find your computers drivers on the internet and download them manually.Drivers are one of the most important tiny bits of software that will make your computer run like its meant to.
Ok, enough lecturing, lets move on to formatting Windows Xp.

How to Format a computer using a Windows XP disc

  1. First you must put your Windows XP CD in the drive.
  2. Then restart your computer.
  3. When it says press any key to boot from cd, Press any key on the keyboard. I use the space bar, easy to get to. (If you can do this Go to step 6)
  4. If it doesn’t ask you to  press any key to boot from cd then restart your computer again.
  5. Go into the BIOS settings of your PC, usually by pressing the F1, F2, F10, or maybe the delete key. If you are not sure watch the screen at startup and it will say “To enter setup press…….”. You have to be quick and press it. If you miss it restart again. Once you are in the bios you have to change the boot options. You have to make your cd rom the first boot option. Save and exit.
  6. A blue screen will appear and you are on your way..
format Winodws XP
  1. Press Enter to setup Windows XP now. See screenshot above.
  2. If there is a copy of Windows XP on your computer and you wish to overwrite it you will have to press the escape button when prompted. (screenshot below) Do not install Windows XP in another directory unless you know what you are doing. Just overwrite the previous version as you should have backed up your data anyway.
Format Windows XP cd
  1. You should now make the partition that had windows on it blue and press D to delete the partition. It will ask if you are sure. Press L to confirm. More details on deleting partitions.
  2. Then Press C to create another partition and Windows will estimate a size for you. If you wanted to partition your hard drive into two equal parts you would have to do some math’s and then type the appropriate number in. Otherwise just going with what Windows puts there will be the minimum partition size.
  3. Press Enter to confirm size.
  4. Then it will ask you which partition you want to install Windows on. The default is C: drive. Select this by making it blue and press enter.
  5. If there are no partitions it will create one for you.
  6. Then it will ask you to format quick, normal, in fat32 or NTFS. Fat32 suits older computers so I choose a quick format with NTFS. Quick or Slow is fine. If you had errors it is better to use a slow format which can also be known as a low level format.
  7. From now on you just Follow the prompts and let it go..
  8. The computer will restart and it will try to boot from cd again…Do not press anything on the keyboard.. Just let it go through the stages of setup. You only press the ANY KEY at the start to get it to boot to the Windows XP cd.
  9. Make sure you have your serial number ready to enter in. This can be found on your coa certificate which is a sticker usually put on the side of your computer.
  10. Do not remove the Windows XP CD until the computer has started up with a new desktop and icons.
Now the next process begins.. Installing your device drivers for your computer. 
NOTES
  • Follow the instructions carefully. Once you have done this a few times, you will see how easy it is.
  • The only way to learn is to try it yourself.
  • Be very careful not to make mistakes as restarting this process over and over can corrupt your computer. If you do make a mistake, try pressing the escape button as it can sometimes take you back to the previous screen.
  • If you cannot proceed through the format process, maybe you did not delete the old partition??
  • If there is more than one partition on your hard drive you can just format the one that has the previous version of Windows on it. That way the data on the other partition will be safe.
  • After errors and viruses have been found on your computer, you should format a computer on on low level format , and not a quick format.
  • You can also go to the Microsoft website for more information.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313348 You can get all the information from this site, however it can be very confusing for most people, including me!!!
src:srtiststudents.blogspot

How to switch to a New Mobile Service Provider?

Mobile Number Portability is boon for the ones who hate their existing Mobile Service Provider but are not willing to switch to a better Mobile Service Provider so as to retain their existing mobile number. With Mobile Number Portability, any one can change his/her Mobile Operator without loosing the existing number i.e. you can switch to a other Mobile Operator while retaining your mobile number. 

Here is how you can do it :
  • Visit Mobile Service Provider Customer Care Center or any authorised dealer to request for porting of your mobile number. Fill in a Service Registration Form and pay the porting fees for processing.
  • Send SMS 'PORT' followed by your mobile number which is to be ported, to 1900. (Send SMS from mobile number which is to be ported)
  • Upon receipt of the SMS, your existing operator will send an SMS containing UPC (Unique Porting Code).
  • You will be issued a new SIM card by the new service provider.
  • Upon approval of the porting request, the new Mobile Service Provider will inform you the date and time of porting. You can change your SIM card at that date and time. In case you encounter any trouble, you need to contact the new Service Provider.

The Common Admission Test (CAT)

The Common Admission Test (CAT) is an all-India test conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) as an entrance test for the management programmes of its six business schools.
180,000 students compete for less than 1200 general seats in the IIM's which makes it even more selective than all the Ivy League Universities put together. Even with a top 1% score, a candidate must also cross the equally stringent hurdles of a group discussion and an individual interview.
The CAT is one of the world's most demanding entrance examinations for any graduate institute. The test taker is expected to excel in arithmetical problem solving, geometry, statistics, data interpretation, logical reasoning in solving complex puzzles, and English language skills. The test is held on the third Sunday of November for a duration of two hours (2.5 hours from 2006).
It is neither expected, nor possible, that all the questions be answered, so the CAT also tests the candidates' ability to prioritise under pressure: a quality necessary in the competitive environment of IIMs' courses.

Pattern of the test paper

CAT (as it is most commonly known across India) has evolved from a speed based simple test into a test which demands more proficiency in concepts and fundamentals rather than just speed.
Earlier CATs used to have 180 questions to be solved in 2 hours. The cutoff (minimum marks needed to get an interview call from the IIM) for such a paper was generally 20 each in the three sections (Mathematics + English + Data interpretation and Logic).
For the years 2001, 2002 and 2003 the paper consisted of 50 questions per section * 3 sections = 150 questions. The cutoffs were around 15 marks for individual sections and approximately 55 for whole paper.

CAT 2004

The first big surprise for CAT takers was in 2004, when the IIMs introduced the concept of differential marking for the first time. The paper had just 123 questions in three sections with the following distribution: (the decimal numbers are marks allocated to each question)
  • English - Total: 50 (10 * 0.5 + 5*2.0 + 35 * 1.0) Cutoff - approx 12
  • Mathematics - Total: 35 (15*2.0 + 20*1.0) Cutoff - approx 12
  • DI (Data Interpretation) and LR (Logical Reasoning) - Total: 38 (12*2.0 +26*1.0) Cutoff - approx 17
Overall 123 Questions : 10 of half marks + 32 of 2 marks and 81 of 1 mark each. The overall cutoff for the paper was nearly 51-52 marks.

CAT 2005

CAT 2005 was an even bigger surprise. There were just 90 questions - 30 in each section. Each section was further divided into two subsections:
  • Math
  • Section 1A -10Questions of 1 mark each
  • Section 1B - 20 Questions of 2 mark each
  • The final Cutoff for this section was nearly 11
  • English
  • Section 2A - 10 Questions of 1 mark each
  • Section 2B - 20 Questions of 2 mark each
  • The final Cutoff for this section was nearly 15
  • DI and LR
  • Section 3A - 10 Questions of 1 mark each
  • Section 3B - 20 Questions of 2 mark each
  • The final Cutoff for this section was nearly 10

CAT 2006

CAT 2006, which was conducted on November 19, was a 2.5-hour exam instead of the traditional 2-hour exam. It is speculated that this change was made by the CAT exam committee to decrease the level of predictability of the exam and to relieve the stress caused to students in a two-hour time limit.
CAT 2006 had 75 questions, 25 questions per section and 4 marks per question, making it a 300-mark paper. There was a penalty of 1 mark for a wrong answer. The paper also proved to be a break from the previous pattern in that it had 5 answer options instead of the usual 4. The English section was generally perceived as very difficult, whereas the quantitative aptitude section was relatively much easier than previous CATs as also in comparison to the other two sections.
CAT 2006 was also notable due to some printing errors that had crept into the question paper. The IIMs accepted the errors and formed a committee to look into the matter. The committee ruled that the wrong questions would be ignored. This leads one to a scenario where the different paper sets have a different number of "valid" questions. The difference will be made up by appropriately changing the denominator in the respective sets. For example, set 333 had 2 incorrect questions in quantitative ability. In this case a student scoring x/100 marks would now score (x/92)% marks. The idea of a re-test which was proposed by some quarters has been set aside by the authorities.
The results for CAT 2006 were declared on January 2nd 2007 among much confusion, as the server hosting the results was inaccessible for prolonged periods of time. Also, for the first time, the IIMs declared the actual key to the question paper along with the results.

Colleges accepting CAT scores

Many colleges in India, other than the IIMs, also accept the CAT scores for admission. Some of the more prominent ones are:
  • S.P.Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai
  • Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon
  • Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA), Ahmedabad
  • National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai
  • International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi
  • T.A.Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal.
  • Fore School of Management (FSM), New Delhi
  • Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad
  • Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.
  • National Insurance Academy School of Management (NIASoM), Pune

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering(GATE)

Conducted by one of seven Indian Institutes of Technology in rotation, Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an annual exam for admission to M.Tech and M.S. programmers in most engineering institutes in India[citation needed]. It is regarded as a benchmark test for engineering graduates in India[citation needed]. This examination is coordinated by a committee, comprising of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and seven Indian Institutes of Technology on behalf of the National Coordinating Board - GATE, Department of Education, Government of India. The pattern and syllabus are usually based on a candidate's B.Tech. or BE syllabus. Minimum eligibility for appearing in this exam is usually a B.Tech, BE, B. Arch. or M.Sc. The exam is usually conducted on second Sunday of February.
Forms are usually available in late September till late October at prominent SBI Branches. The students can appear in GATE under different disciplines according to their M.Tech interests. The discipline specification is done while filling the forms. Apart from the basic engineering disciplines there are XE and XL papers which are general in nature.

The current format of the GATE exam paper pattern is:
  • Total of 150 marks, fully objective, with three sections
  • Group I: Question Numbers 1 to 20 (20 questions) will carry one mark each.
  • Group II: Question numbers 21 to 75 (55 questions) will carry two marks each. Out of this, Q.71 to Q.75 may be common data based questions.
  • Group III: Question Numbers 76 to 85 (10 questions) will carry two marks each.
Advantages of GATE Scores
PSU's like BARC, NPCIL, HAL etc. give importance to GATE scores for various job positions in their organizations.
Applying to various institutes
Usually IISc application dates are within 4-5 days of announcement of results. Most institutes do not specify their cutoffs for previous years. So there is a general confusion in terms of which institutes and which specializations to go for.But in the recent years IIT Kharagpur alone in specifying its last year cut-off mark
JEST : Another exam on lines of GATE
JEST stands for Joint Entrance Screening Test, it is the screening test for candidates who wish to do Ph. D. Programme in Physics (including Theoretical and Observational Astronomy, Astrophysics, Physics in Biology, Plasma Physics and Technology, Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science) / Mathematics / Theoretical Computer Science. JEST exam is usually held on February-March. Using the JEST results, considered institute will call a limited number of candidates for its further selection procedure depending on its requirements. Traveling allowance will be provided to candidates called for interviews. All selected candidates will receive Research Fellowship from the respective institutions (currently 17 in number).
 
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Graduate Management Admission Test(GMAT)

The Graduate Management Admissions Test, better known by the acronym GMAT (pronounced G-mat), is a standardized test for determining aptitude to succeed academically in graduate business studies. The test is used as one of the selection criteria by most respected business schools globally, most commonly for admission into an MBA program.

The Graduate Management Admissions Test is one of many factors schools use when reviewing applications for admission; it is typically balanced with work experience, grades in previous schools, recommendation letters and other admissions criteria.
The fee to take the test is currently US$250, worldwide.
The Test

Scores are valid for five years from the date the test taker sits for the exam.

Analytical Writing Assessment
Quantitative and Verbal Sections
Changes to the Graduate Management Admissions Test
Required Scores
Most schools do not publish the median, average, or minimum acceptable score for the Analytical Writing Assessment section of the test.
Most schools do not publish a minimum score. Schools do generally publish the average and median score of their latest intake. While these should be used as a guide, applicants must remember that half of all successful applicants will have scored below the median mark.
At nearly all of the top business schools that are commonly listed in popular magazines and ranking services, the scores will average in the upper 600s. According to Fortune magazine, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, commonly regarded as one of the top business schools in the US, reports an average score of 714; INSEAD, a business school with a highly international student body, reports an average score of 706. Other, less prestigious schools, will have average scores that may be in the 500s or even less. It may be possible to overcome a low test score with impressive real world accomplishments, good undergraduate performance, contributing to the diversity of the student body, outstanding references, or a good essay.

Contact Details:
Prometric Testing (P) Ltd.
Senior Plaza 160-A, Gautam Nagar
Yusuf Sarai, Behind Indian Oil Building
New Delhi: 110 049.
Phone: 011- 26512114/26531442
Fax: 265229741
www.gmac.com
Graduate Management Admission Council
ATTN: GMAT School Coordinator
1600 Tysons Boulevard
Suite 1400, USA
McLean, Virginia 22102
1-866-706-0403 or +1-703-245-4368,
E-mail: gmatprogram@gmac.com

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOFEL)

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (or TOEFL, pronounced "toe-full" or sometimes "toffle") evaluates the potential success of an individual to use and understand Standard American English at a college level. It is required for non-native applicants at many English-speaking colleges and universities. A TOEFL score is valid for two years and then is deleted from the official database.

The TOEFL test is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is administered worldwide. The test was first administered 1964 and has since been taken by nearly 20 million students.

Internet-based
Since its introduction in late 2005, the Internet-based test (iBT) has progressively replaced both the computer-based (CBT) and paper-based (PBT) tests. The iBT has been introduced in phases, with the United States, Canada, France, Germany, and Italy in 2005 and the rest of the world in 2006, with test centers added regularly.
The demand for test seats remains very high even after almost a year after the introduction of the test: Candidates have to wait for months since short-term test dates are fully booked. The four-hour test consists of four sections, each measuring mainly one of the basic language skills (although some tasks may require multiple skills) and focusing on language used in an academic, higher-education environment. Note-taking is allowed in the iBT.
1. Reading
After each academic reading passage (out of 3–5), questions are posed about content, intent of the author, and ideas inferred from the passage. New types of questions in the iBT require paraphrasing, filling out tables, or completing summaries. Generally prior knowledge of the subject under discussion is not necessary to come to the correct answer, though a priori knowledge may help.
2. Listening
Questions refer to the content and intent of the phrases, as well as to the speakers' attitude and meaning, either in short conversations or in lectures.
3. Speaking
New to the iBT, this section contains questions relating to personal experiences or preferences, as well as tasks that also involve reading passages and listening to short conversations and lectures. Test takers are expected to convey information, explain ideas, and defend opinions clearly, coherently, and accurately.
4. Writing
One task requires test takers to defend a position relative to a specified general topic. In the other task, a reading passage and a lecture are presented, and test takers must answer a question relating the main points of both the passage and the lecture.

Contacting TOEFL

How do I contact TOEFL?
E-mail: toefl@ets.org
Phone: 1-609-771-7100
Fax: 1-610-290-8972
TTY: 1-609-771-7714
Mailing Address:
TOEFL Services
Educational Testing Services
P.O. Box 6151
Princeton, NJ 08541-6151 U.S.

Graduate Record Examination(GRE)

The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is a standardised examination conducted by the ETS (Educational Testing Services), United States of America. GRE (Graduate Record Examination) measures the potential of a candidate which almost all the graduate schools and universities abroad demand for the purpose of admission in different streams like Graduate studies, Fellowships Programs and Research Programs etc. ETS representative in India is responsible for conducting the examinations.The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) scores happen to be one of the several parameters which the Graduate Schools or Universities look into, for assessing an applicant for study in the all the streams except Management. For management streams admission is done through GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test).

A high score in GRE (Graduate Record

Examination) alone does not guarantee admission to any of the graduate Schools or Universities abroad, but the test can be looked upon as the first major hurdle to be cleared in the process of getting admission in the Graduate school of choice.

GRE is administered worldwide in two separate sets by Educational Testing Services, United States.

GRE General Tests AND GRE Subject Tests

The GRE General Test measures critical thinking, analytical writing, verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study.

The GRE Subject Tests gauge the undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study.
A candidate may take either GRE General Test or GRE Subject Test or both depending upon the courses and the Institute or University requirements.


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PGECET Counselling – SVU Region- ME/MTECh Colleges

PGECET Colleges

S.No. College Name & Address Course Name Name of the specialization Intake Total
1 JNTU college of Engg
Anantapur
JNTU
M.TechCIVIL
M.Tech (EEE)
M.Tech(M.E)
M.Tech (ECE)
M.Tech (CSE)
M.Tech (software & IT)
M.Tech
Structural Engg
Water Resources Engg
Computer Aided Structural Engg
Power & Indus Drives
lectrical power systems
Refrigeration and Air conditioning
Digital electronics & Communication
Digital systems & computer electronics
Computer Science
Software Engg
Energy sys

234
2 Madanapalle Inst. of Tech., & Science,
NH-205, Anantapur Road, Angallu(V),
Madanapalle, Chittoor dist. 517 325.
JNTU
M.Tech. ECE – Digital Electronics & Comm. Syst
Computer Science & engg
18
18
36
3 Sree Vidyaniketan Engg., College,
A.Rangampet, Sri Sainadh nagar
Chittoor Dist., – 517 102
JNTU
M.Tech EEE – Electrical PowerSyst
Computer Science
Digital Electronics & Comm system
18
18
18
54
4 Sri Venkateswara college of Engg & Tech
RVS Nagar, Tirupati, Chittoor Dist
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI
CAD/CAM
18
18
36
5 Sri Venkateswara Perumal college of Engg & Tech.,
Puttur, Chittoor Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI
18
18
36
6 Srinivasa Insti of Tech & Mgt Studies
Thimmasamudram, Bangalore,
Tirupathi Bypass Road,
Chittoor Dist- 517 127
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI System Design
Electrical & Power Engg
18
18
36
7 University college of Engg
Sri Venkateswara University,
Tirupati
SVU
M.TECH ( Civil
EEE
MECH)
Chemical Engg
Structural Engg
Geo-Tech Engg
Environmental Engg
Hydraulics & water resource
Power systems
operation & Control
Electronic Instrumentation & Communication systems
Instrumentation & Control sysI
ndustrial Engg
Production Engg
Computer Science & Engg

198
8 Annamacharya Inst., of Tech., & Science,
Near new Bowenpally,Rajampet,
Kadapa Dist.516 126.
SVU
M.Tech. Computer Science & Engg
ECE – Digital Elect. &Comm. Syst.
ME – CAD/CAM
Embedded Systems
VLSI system Design
18
18
18
18
18
90
9 KSRM College of Engg.,
Yerramasupalli, C.K.Dinne (M),
Kadapa Dist. 516 003.
(University informed that the colleges has withdrawn the courses)
SVU
M.Tech. CAD/CAM
Geo- Tech Engg

36
10 Madina Engg college
Kamalapuram, Kadapa
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
11 G.Pulla Reddy College of Engg.,
Pulla Reddy Nagar, Nandyal Road,
Kurnool – 518 002.
SVU
M.Tech. Comm. Signal Processing
CAD/CAM
Thermal Science & EnergySystem
Power Electronics
18
18
18
18
72
12 Rajeev Gandhi Memorial College of Engg. & Tech.,
Nandyal, Kurnool Dist., – 518 501
JNTU
M.Tech EEE – Power Electronics
M.E. – Machine Design
ECE – Digital Syst. &Comp. Elect.
CSE – Computer Science
Software Engg
Embedded system
25
18
18
18
18
18
115
13 NBKR Inst., of Science & Tech.,
Vidyanagar,Nellore – 524 413.
(University informed that the colleges has withdrawn the courses)
SVU
M.Tech. Computer Aided Power systems
Industrial Engg

36

PGECET Counselling – OU Region- ME/MTECh Colleges

PGECET Colleges

S.No. College Name & Address Course Name Name of the specialization Intake Total
1 Auroras Scientific & Technological
Research Academy (Sant SamarthEngg college)
Bandlaguda, Hyderabad – 500 005
JNTU
M.Tech Computer Science & Engg
VLSI System Design
ECE
IT
18
18
18
18
72
2 Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Tech.,
Gandipet, Hyderabad – 500 075.
OU
M.Tech. Comp. Science & Engg.
Structural Engg.(CIVIL)
CAD/CAM(MECH)
EEE (power systems/power electronics)
CSE
18
25
25
18
18
104
3 CMR college of Engg & Tech
Kandlakoya, Medchal, Hyderabad
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded Systems
Power Electronics`
Bio Tech
18
18
18
54
4 CSI Institute of Tech
Macintyre Road, Secunderabad
JNTU
M.Arch Interior design
Construction Mgt
20
20
40
5 G.Narayanamma Inst. of Tech., &
Science for Women,
Shaikpet,Hyderabad – 500 008.
JNTU
M.Tech. EEE – Power Elect. & Electric Drives
Computer science & Engg -CSE
Digital Electronics & Communication Engg-ECE
18
18
18
54
6 Gokaraju Rangaraju Inst. of Engg. & Tech.,
Bachupally, Kukatapally,
Hyderabad – 500 050.
JNTU
M.Tech. ME – Design for Manufacturing,
Power Electronics-EEE,
VLSI Design,
CSE,
Embedded Systems,
Software Engg
18
18
18
18
18
18
108
7 JNTU college of Engg
Hyderabad
JNTU
M.Tech, M.Tech (EEE)
M.Tech(M.E)
M.Tech (ECE)
M.Tech (CSE)
M.Tech (software & IT)
Geo Environmental Engg
Electrical Power Engg
Power Electronics
Advanced Manufacturing systems
Thermal Engg
Systems & Signal Processing
Digital system & Comp elect
Computer Science
IT

162
8 JNTU School of Information Tech
Hyderabad
JNTU
M.Tech Computer Science Engg
Software Engg

36
9 Mahaveer Institute of Scie & Tech
Vyasapuri, Bandlaguda,
Hyderabad- 500 005
JNTU
M.Tech Digital electronics & communication Systems
Power Engg & Energy Systems
18
18
36
10 Muffakamjah College of Engg., & Tech.,
8-2-249, Rd.No.3, Banjara Hills,
Hyderabad – 500 034.
OU
M.E. CAD/CAM (MECH) 18 18
11 MVSR Enggineering College
Nadergul, Sarror Nagar Mandal,
R.R. Dist., Hyderabad – 501 510.
OU
M.E. Production Engg.(MECH)CAD/CAM (MECH) 18 18
12 Shadan college of Engg & Tech
Himayat sagar Rd., Peerancheru,
Hyderabad.
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
13 Shadan womens college of Engg & Tech
Khairtabad, Hyderabad
JNTU
M.Tech Digital sys & Comp Electronics 18 18
14 T K R college of Engg & Tech
Mirpet, Saroornagar, Hyderabad
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI Design
CSE
18
18
36
15 University college of Engg
Osmania UniversityHyderabad
OU
MEME (CIVIL)
MEECE)
ME(EEE) ME(MECH)
M.Tech(CSE)
Bio-Medical
electronicsHydraulic Mechanics& water Management/Structural Engg
Microwave & Radar Engg
Digital Systems Engg Systems & signal Processing
Industrial drives & control
Power system Engg
Prod Engg
Turbo Machinery Automation and Robotics
Computers

210
16 University college of Tech
Osmania University
Hyderabad
OU
M.Tech Chemical Engg
Chemical Technology
Bio chemical Engg & Bio Tech (self financing course)

46
17 Vasavi College of Engg.,
Ibrahimbagh,
Hyderabad – 500 031
OU
M.E. Advanced Design & Manufacturing (MECH)
Embedded systems VLSI designs (ECE)
18
18
36
18 Jyothismathi Inst of Tech & Sci
Thimmapur, Karimnagar
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
19 Adams Engg ollege,
Paloncha,
Khammam
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
20 Mother Theressa Inst of Sci & Tech
Sathupally, Khammam
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Power Electronics Drives
18
18
36
21 Sri Kavitha Engg college
Karepalli, near Yellandu,
Khammam Dist- 507 122
JNTU
M.Tech ECE
CSE
Software Engg
18
18
18
54
22 Swarna Bharathi Inst of Sci & Tech
Pakabanda, Khammam
JNTU
M.Tech Comp Sci
Embedded system
18
18
36
23 Jayaprakash Narayan college of Engg
Dharmapur,
Mahaboob Nagar dist – 509 001
JNTU
M.Tech Digital system & computer Elect 18 18
24 Sri Kottam Tulasi Memorial college of Engg
Itikyala, Mahaboobnagar
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Digital Elctronics & Comm Engg
18
18
36
25 Sri Vishveshwariah Inst of Tech & Scie
Chowdarapalli, Devakadra (M)
Mahaboobnagar- 508 248
JNTU
M.Tech Advanced Manufacturing systems 18 18
26 Ellenki college of Engg & Tech
Siddipet, Medak Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
27 Hyderabad Inst of Tech & Mgt
Nagarpanchayat, Medak
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI Design
18
18
36
28 Indur Inst of Engg & Tech
Medak Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI
18
18
36
29 Padmasri Dr.B.V.Raju Inst., of Tech.,
Vishnupur, Narsapur,
Medak Dist., – 502 313
JNTU
M.Tech. CHEM – Chemical Engg.
VLSI Design
CSE
18
18
18
54
30 RRS college of Engg & Tech
(St.Stanley college of Engg & Tech)
Muthangi, Patancheru, Medak Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Comp Sci
Comp & Communication Engg
18
18
36
31 TRR college of Engg
Patancheru, Medak
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Embedded sys
18
18
36
32 TRR Engg college
(formerly Jyothi Engg college)
Inole, Patancheru, Medak
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI
18
18
36
33 Anurag Engg college
Anantagiri,
Nalgonda Dist- 508 206
JNTU
M.Tech Computer Science & Engg
VLSI Design
Embedded system
Software Engg
18
18
18
18
72
34 Engineering College
Bhongir,
Raigiri (V)
Nalgonda Dist.,- 508 116.
JNTU
M.Tech. ECE – VLSI Design
EEE – Power Electronics
Comm. Systems
Software Engg.
Embedded systems
Web Tech
Parallel computing
25
25
25
25
18
18
18
154
35 Madhira Inst of Tech & Sci
Pallennaram, Chilkur,
Kodad, Nalgonda
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
ECE
18
18
36
36 Nizam Inst of Engg & Tech
Deshmukhi, Pochampally,
Nalgonda Dist
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI
Software Engg
18
18
36
37 St. Marys college of Engg & Tech
Deshmukhi, Nalgonda Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded systems
CSE
18
18
36
38 Swamy Ramanandha Thirdha
Inst of Science & Tech
Ramanandhanagar,
Nalgonda Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
CAD/CAM
Embedded Systems
VLSI system
18
18
18
18
72
39 Vathsalya Inst of Sci & Tech
Anatharam, Bhuvanagiri,
Nalgonda Distq
JNTU
M.Tech CSE (Software Engg)
ECE (VLSI Design)
18
18
36
40 Vignan Inst., of Tech., & Scinece,
Deshmukhi (V),Pochampally (M),
Nalgonda Dist., – 508 284.
JNTU
M.Tech., ME – Design &Manufacturing M.E
VLSI system & Design
18
18
36
41 Kshatriya college of Engg
Armor, Nizambad
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI
CSE
18
18
36
42 Al-Habeeb college of Engg & Tech
Chevella, R.R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
43 Auroras Technological & Research Institute
(Karshak Engg., College)
Parvathapur, Uppal post office
R.R Dist –500 039
JNTU
M.Tech. CSE – Software Engg.
ECE – Embedded Systems
VLSI (Designs)
Image processing -ECE
Web Technology-ECE
Real time systems –ECE
CSE
25
25
18
18
18
18
18
140
44 Bharath Institute of Engg & Tech
Mangalpalli, Ibrahimpatnam,
R. .R Dist- 501 510
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded systems
Electrical power Engg
CSE
18
18
18
54
45 CVR college of Engg
Vasthunagar, Mangalpalli,
R.R,Dist- 501 510
JNTU
M.Tech Software Engg
VLSI DesignCSE
18
18
36
46 CVSR college of Engg
Venkatapur, Korimella (V)
Ghatkesar (M)
R.R Dist- 501 301
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI Design
CSE
Software Engg
Embedded System
18
18
18
18
72
47 Gurunanak Engg college
Ibrahimpatnam,
R.R Dist- 501 506
JNTU
M.Tech Software Engg
Digital Elect & CommunicationSystems
IT (pending affiliation)
Digital sys & Comp Elect
18
18
18
18
72
48 Holy Mary Institute of Tech & Scie
Bogaram, Keesara (M),
R.R Dist- 501 301
JNTU
M.Tech ECE
CSE
Comp networks & Information securing
IT
18
18
18
18
72
49 Institute of Aeronautical Engg
Dundigal, Qutubuallpur,
R.R. Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Aerospace Engg
18
18
36
50 J.B. Inst., of Engg., & Tech.,
Yenkapally, Amdapur X roads,
Moinabad (M),
R.R. Dist., – 500 075.
JNTU
M.Tech. ME – Industrial Engg &Mngt.
EEE – Electrical PowerSyst.
CSE- Com. Science &Engg.
Software Engg
VLSI
18
18
18
18
18
90
51 Joginpally BR Engg college,
Moinabad, R.R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
52 Lords Inst of Engg & Tech
Himayathsagar, R.R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded sys & VLSI 18 18
53 Malla Reddy Engg college
Gundlapochampally, R. R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Digital Sys & Comp Electronics 18 18
54 Nalla Malla Reddy Engg college
Divyanagar, Ghatkesar (M),
Kachavanisinagaram (PO)
R.R Dist.
JNTU
M.Tech ECE (VLSI) 18 18
55 Nishitha college of Engg & Tech
Kandukur, R.R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI
18
18
36
56 PRRM Engineering College,
Shabad,
Ranga Reddy Dist.,- 509 217
JNTU
M.Tech. EEE – Power Electronics
VLSI
18
18
36
57 Royal Inst of Tech & Sci
Demargidda, Chevella,
R.R Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Digital sys & Comp Elect
CSE
18
18
36
58 Sree Nidhi Institute of Science & Tech.,
Yannampet, Ghatkesar (M),
R.R. Dist., – 501 301
JNTU
M.Tech. ME – CAD/CAM
ECE – Digital Syst. &Comp. Elect
EEE – Electrical & PowerEngg.
CSE – Software Engg.
Bio-Technology
VLSI & Embedded System
18
18
18
18
18
18
108
59 Sri Datta Institute of Engg & Science
Sheriguda, Ibrahimpatnam,
R.R dist- 501 506
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
60 Sri Indu college of Engg & Tech
Sheriguda, R.R Dist- 501 510
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Digital Electronics & communication Systems
Digital systems & computer Elect
Computer Sci
18
18
18
18
72
61 SSJ Engineering college
Vattinagulapalli, Rajendranagar,
R.R. Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Software Engg 18 18
62 Vardhaman college of Engg
Kacharam, Shamshabad (M)
R.R Dist- 501 218
JNTU
M.Tech Wireless and Mobile communication
Power Elect & Elect drives
CSE
18
18
18
54
63 Vidya vikas Inst of Techs
Chevella, R.R Dist- 501 503
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Embedded system
18
18
36
64 VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engg., & Tech.,
Bachupally, Via Kukatpally,
Bollaram, RR. Dist –530 072.
JNTU
M.Tech. ME – Adv. Manfg. Systems
EEE – Power Electronics
ECE – VLSI System Design
Software Engg.
Embedded systems-
ECEHigh way Engg
18
18
18
18
18
18
108
65 Balaji Inst of Tech & Sci
Maheswaram, Narsampet,
Warangal
JNTU
M.Tech Digital sys & Comp Elect
Comp Sci & Engg
18
18
36
66 Jayamukhi Institute of Technological Science
Muqdumpuram, ChennaraopetNarsampet,
Warangal
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Software Engg
18
18
36
67 Kakatiya Institute of Tech & Science
Erragattuhilath,, Bhimaram (V)
Hasanparthi (M),Hanamkonda,
Warangal Dist.
JNTU
M.Tech Structural & Construction Engg
Design Engg
Software Engg
Digital Communication
VLSI & Embedded Systems
24
24
25
25
18
116
68 Ramappa Engg. College,
Shampetjagir, Hunter Road,
Hanamkonda,
Warangal Dist.,- 506 001
JNTU
M.Tech Software Engineering
Digital Systems & Comp Elect
Computer Science & Engg
Embedded Systems
High Voltage Engg
Control systems
18
18
18
18
18
18
108
69 S R Engineering college,
Ananthasagar, Hasanparhty,
Warangal
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded system
Power electronics
18
18
36
70 Vaagdevi College of Engg.
Bollikunta (PO),
Warangal dist.,- 506 005.
JNTU
M.Tech EEE – Power Electronics
CSE- Com. Science & Engg
Digital Systems & Computer Elect.
VLSI system design
18
18
18
18
72


PGECET Counselling – AU Region- ME/MTECh Colleges

S.No. College Name & Address Course Name Name of the specialization Intake Total
1 Aditya Engg collee,
Surampalem, Peddapuram,
E.Godavari Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Computer Sci &Engg
VLSI Design
18
18
36
2 Godavari Inst., of Engg. & Tech.,
Rajahmundry, NH-5,
Chaitanyanagar,
East Godavari Dist.- 533 294.
JNTU
M.Tech. CSE – Software Engg.
Power Syst.(High Voltage)
CAD/CAM
Digital Electronics & Communication Systems
Computer Scie & Engg
18
18
18
18
18
90
3 JNTU college of Engg
Kakinada
E.G.Dist.
JNTU
M.TechCIVIL &M.Tech(EEE)
& M.Tech(M.E)
&M.Tech (ECE)
&M.Tech(CSE)
M.Tech
Structural Engg
Soil Mechanics & foundation Engg
Advanced Power systems
Electrical power systems (high volt)
CAD/CAM
Machine Design Computers & Communications
Computer ScienceInstrumentation & controls

162
4 Kakinada Inst of Engg & Tech
Talrevu, Kakinada
E.G.Dist.
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI Design 18 18
5 Pragathi Engg collegeADB Road,
Surampalem, Peddapuram,
E.Godavari Dist- 533 437
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
6 ANU CollegeNagarjuna Nagar
Guntur
ANU
M.Tech/M.E Computer science Bio-Technology
60
7 Bapatla Engg., College
Bapatla,
Guntur Dist. – 522 101.
ANU
M.Tech. C&S Processing
CAD/CAM
CSE
18
18
18
54
8 K.L.College of Engg.,
Vaddeswaram,
Guntur Dist.522 502.
ANU
M.Tech C.S.E.
Comm. & Radar Engg.
Power Syst. & Power Elec.
C.I.M
Industrial Engg.
25
18
18
18
18
97
9 Nalanda Insti of Engg & Tech
Siddarthanagar, Kantepudi,
Sathenapally,
Guntur Dist- 522 438
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded systems
CSE
Digital Electronics & Comm
CSE
18
18
18
18
72
10 Narasaraopet Engg., College
Kotappakonda Road,
Yellamanda(Post)
Narasaraopet (M)- 522 601.
Guntur Dist
JNTU
M.Tech. EEE – Power & Ind. Drives
ECE – Digital Elect. &Comm. Systs.
Computer Science & Engg
Digital systems & Computer Elect
18
18
18
18
72
11 RVR & JC College of Engg.,
Chandramoulipuram,
Chowdavaram, Guntur – 019,
Guntur Dist.,- 522 019
ANU
M.Tech. C.S.E.
CAD/CAM
Power Syst. Engg.
Structural Engg.
25
18
18
18
79
12 Vignan Engg., College
Vadlamudi,
Guntur Dist.- 522213.
JNTU
M.Tech. Chemical Engg
ME – Machine Design
Power Elec. & Drives
Computer Scie & Engg
Embedded systems
18
18
18
18
18
90
13 Gudlavalleru Engg., College,
Gudlavalleru,
Krishna Dist., – 521 356.
JNTU
M.Tech. ECE – Digital Elect. & Comm. Syst.
CSE
Embedded system
18
18
18
54
14 Lakireddy Balireddy college of Engg
Mylavaram, Krishna Dist
JNTU
M.Tech ECE
CSE
18
18
36
15 Nimra college of Engg & Tech
Jupudi, Ibrahimpatnam
Krishna Dist- 521 456
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
CAD/CAM
VLSI design
Power Elect & Ind drives
IT
18
18
18
18
18
90
16 Prasad V Potluri Siddartha insti of Tech
Kanur, Vijayawada,
Krishna Dist – 520007
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
Machine Design
18
18
36
17 V.R.Siddhartha College of Engg.,
Kanur, Vijayawada,
Krishna Dist.,- 520 007
ANU
M.Tech. Structural Engg.
power systemEngg.
Communication & signalprocessing
CSE
CAD/CAM
10
18
18
18
18
82
18 QIS Colleg of Engg., & Tech.,
Pandur Road,
Vengamukkalapalem (V),
Ongole – 523 272,
Prakasm Dist.,
JNTU
M.Tech. ECE – Digital Electronics& Commn. Syst
Computer Science & Engg
Machine Design.
18
18
18
54
19 St.Anns college of Engg & Tech
Challareddipalem, Vetapalem,
Chirala,
Prakasam (To be treated as NM)
JNTU
M.Tech CSE 18 18
20 Aditya Inst of Tech &Mgt
Tekkali, Srikakulam Dist
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI System Design
18
18
36
21 GMR Inst of Tech
Rajam,Srikakulam Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Power & Industrial Drives
Transport Engg
CAD/CAM
18
18
18
54
22 Avanthi Inst., of Engg. & Tech.,
Tamaram (V)
Makavarapalem (M),
Narsipatnam (RD),
Visakhapatnam – 531 113
JNTU
M.Tech., Software Engg.
CSE
VLSI design
IT
18
18
18
18
72
23 Chaitanya Engg college
Madhurawada, Visakhapatnam
JNTU
M.Tech Electronics & Digital comm. 18 18
24 College of Engineering,Gandhi Inst. of Tech. & Mgt,
Gandhi Nagar Campus
Rushikonda,
Visakapatnam – 530 045
(given Deemed University status)
AU
M.TechM.E CAD/CAM
Industrial Engg
Information Tech
Power Systems & Automation Structural Engg (Disaster Mgt)
Bio-Medical Engg
Computer Sci & Tech
Machine Design & Farm Machine
Radar & Microwave Engg

157
25 GVP College of Engg.,
Madhurawada, PMP colony
Visakhapatnam.- 530 041.
JNTU
M.Tech. EEE – Power Syst.
Cont. &Auto.
CHEM-Chemical Engg.
CSE – Computer Science&
Engg.ME – CAD/CAMSoftware Engg
Infrastructure
18
18
18
18
18
18
108
26 University college of Engineering
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
AU
M.E/M.Tech Industrial Metallurgy
Marine Engg & Mech Handling
CAD/CAM
Electronics Instrumentation
Environmental Engg & Mgt
Heat Transfer in Energy system
Industrial Engg
Machine DesignStructural Engg
Bio TechChemical Engg
Computer Sc & Engg
Computer Sc & Tech
Digital systemsGe

468
27 Vignan Inst of Information Tech
Vadlapudi, Gajuwaka,
Visakhapatnam
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
ECE
18
18
36
28 Gokul Inst of Tech & Science
Bobbili, Vizianagaram Dist
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI & Embedded System
Neural Networks
18
18
36
29 Maharaja Vijayaram Gajapati Raj
College of Engg
.,
Chintalavalasa,
Vizianagaram dist.- 535 005.
JNTU
M.Tech. ME – Machine Design 18 18
30 St. Theressa Inst of Engg & tech
Garividi, Chipurupalli,
Vijayanagaram Dist- 535 101
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI Design
Power Electronic Drives
Comp Sci Engg
18
18
18
54
31 Akula Sree Ramulu college of Engg
Tetali, Pydiparru, Tanuku,
W.Godavari
JNTU
M.Tech CSE
VLSI Design
18
18
36
32 Nova college of Engg & Tech
Vegavaram, Jangareddigudem,
W.Godavari Dist- 534447
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI Design
CSE
Embedded Systems
Power electronics
Software Engg
18
18
18
18
18
90
33 Sasi Inst of Tech & Engg
Tadepalligudem,
W.Godavari Dist
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI & Embedded system 18 18
34 Shri Vishnu college for women
Bhimavaram, W.Godavari
JNTU
M.Tech Power Electronics
VLSI Design
18
18
36
35 Sri Vasavi Engg college
Pedathadepalli, W.Godavari Dist
JNTU
M.Tech Embedded systems
CSE
18
18
36
36 SRKR Engg., College
Chinna Amiram,
Bhimavaram,
West Godavari Dist.,- 534 204
AU
M.E. / M.Tech. M.E. (CAD/CAM)
IT
M.E. (Structural Engg.)
M.Tech. Computer ScienceEngg
M.Tech. ECE
18
18
18
18
18
90
37 Swarnandhra college of Engg & Tech
Seetharampuram, Narsapur,
W.Godavari
JNTU
M.Tech VLSI
CSE
18
18
36


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