Bapatla Engineering College

Location


The College is situated a little away from the din and bustle of Bapatla, a medium size town with a historic and hoary past, about 75 km. south of Vijayawada on Chennai - Vijayawada rail route.


College Profile


Bapatla Engineering College (Autonomous) is one of the seven Educational Institutions founded and run by BAPATLA EDUCATION SOCIETY. The society was established in the year 1962 registered No:58/1962 under societies act XXI of 1860 with the objectives to found and run the Educational & Cultural Institutions.

Sl.NoName of the InstituteEstablishment
1Bapatla College of Arts & Sciences1963
2Bapatla Engineering College (Autonomous)1981
3Bapatla Public School1987
4Bapatla Junior College1994
5Bapatla College of Pharmacy1995
6Bapatla Polytechnic College2001
7Bapatla Womens' Engineering College2009

This College is one of the few Engineering Colleges in Andhra Pradesh, which is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The Five B. Tech. Courses which were accredited thrice are: Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electonics and Communications Engineering, Electrical and Electonics Engineering & Mechanical Engineering. The Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering and Chemical Engineering courses were accredited twice and Infomation Technology was also accredited once.

The College became AUTONOMOUS in the academic Year 2010 - 11.

The Institution of Engineers (India) accredited 8 B. Tech. programmes offered by the college based on the recommendations of the 6-member sub committee of senior Professors from IISc, Bangalore constituted by it. Further, the Ministry of Surface Transport recognized Mechanical Engineering Course of the College. In addition to this, the college is also registered with Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research for the purpose of availing Customs duty exemption.

The college is selected as a Network Institute for the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) of the Ministry of Human Resources Development and the World Bank. An amount of Rs. 11.81 crores was granted to the college under this programme. Under this programme, the laboratories of six departments (Civil, Mechanical, EEE, ECE, EIE and CSE) were modernized and an amount of Rs.7 Crores was spent for procurement of modern lab equipment and software. All the class rooms are provided with LCD Projectors and OHPs. A CISCO Digital Media System (DMS) was procured and installed in a studio from where the lectures given by senior faculty or an expert from outside or a visiting dignitary are transmitted live to all these class rooms apart from archiving the same for revision anywhere and anytime.

The college has excellent infrastructural facilities of buildings with a total plinth area of Six Lakh sq. ft., equipment worth Rs.10 crores, individual Computer Centres for all departments with latest systems and software, 20 Mbps leased-line and 40 Mbps broadband Internet facility, spacious library with rich collection of library books and journals etc. The facilities on the campus include a Girls’ Hostel to accommodate 500 students, 11 buses owned by the college for transport of day scholars, a subsidized canteen, adequate facilities for games & sports, mineral water plant (1500 Lts/hour), two stand-by generators (250 KVA & 82.5 KVA) etc. The college has NCC and NSS units.

The performance of the students in the University (Acharya Nagarjuna University) examinations and at National level competitive examinations like Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) has been consistently good. Every year, ten students on an average get all India ranks below 100 in GATE. In GATE-1997, our student had secured All India First Rank in Civil Engineering branch. Our students have also bagged overall First Rank in University examinations on a number of occasions. Considerable numbers of students of our college are getting selected every year in campus placements. About 75-80% of the students get either placements or secure admission for higher studies (M.Tech. within the country at IITs and other reputed institutes or M.S. in foreign universities) every year.


Courses Offered


B.Tech.

The 4-year B. Tech. Courses is offered in eight branches, viz., Civil Engineering, Chemical engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electonics and Communications Engineering, Electrical and Electonics Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering.

Branch First Year Entry Lateral Entry (20%)
Chemical Engineering 60 12
Civil Engineering 180 36
Computer Science & Engineering 180 36
Electrinics and Communications Engineering 180 36
Electricals and Electronics Engineering 180 36
Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering 60 12
Information Technology 120 24
Mechanical Engineering 180 36
1140 228
Total Intake 1368

M.Tech.

Five M.Tech. Courses, viz (1) ‘CAD/CAM’ specialization in Mech. Engg. Dept., (2) ‘COMMUNICATIONS & SIGNAL PROCESSING’ in ECE Dept., (3) ‘COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGG.’ In CSE Dept., (4)'POWER SYSTEM' in EEE Dept., and (5)'STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING' in Civil Dept. are also offered.

Course Intake
CAD/CAM 18
Communications & Signal Processing 18
Computer Science & Engineering 36
Power Systems 18
Structural Engineering 18
Total Intake 108

P.G. Sciences and Applicatins

Apart from the above courses in Engineering, the College offers six P.G. Courses, viz., M. Sc.(Maths), M.Sc.(electronics), M. Sc.(Computer Sciences), M. Sc.(Organic Chemistry), M. Sc.(Analytical Chemistry), M. Sc.(Physics) and MCA with a total intake of 270.

Course Intake
MCA 60
M. Sc.(Maths) 40
M.Sc.(electronics) 40
M. Sc.(Computer Sciences) 40
M. Sc.(Organic Chemistry) 30
 M. Sc.(Analytical Chemistry) 30
M. Sc.(Physics) 30
Total Intake 270

Polytechnic

From the academic year 2009-2010, the Polytechnic course is being offered in the second shift with an intake of 240.

Branch Intake
Diploma in Civil Engineering 60
Diploma in Electronics and Communications Engineering 60
Diploma in Electricals and Electronics Engineering 60
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 60
Total Intake 240


With a view to derive the full benefit of morning hours, the class work is commenced at 7.30 A.M. Thereby the students are enabled to make the best use of the rich Library, English Communication Skills Lab, Computer Labs and playfield facilities in the afternoons.


Faculty


The teaching faculty consists of eminent Professors, Assoc. Professors and Asst. Professors and is well supported by the strong non-teaching staff. All the faculty members are well qualified with Ph.D/M.Tech./M.Phil. degrees.


Academic Performance of Students at University Level


Academic Achievements


I) Outstanding performance in Acharya Nagarjuna University Examinations

The performance of the students of the college of different batches in the University Examinations is commendable as is evident from the tables given below.

1999-2003

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 CE 99CE422 Ravi SrinivasMunjuluri 8
2 99CE431 V R Pavan Kumar Ghanta 13
3 99CE417 PurnimaParuchuri 14
4 CH 99CH410 Madhu V R Krishna Majji 1
5 99CH425 Siva Naga Lakshmi Valeti 2
6 99CH439 ViswanadhBandla 3
7 99CH433 Suresh BabuPonnaganti 5
8 99CH436 VenkataSudhakarManda 6
9 99CH431 Subhaschandra Bose Adaka 7
10 99CH403 Giridhar Rao Pydisetti 8
11 99CH412 Mutyala Reddy Balineni 9
12 99CH427 SravanthiManjulur 12
13 CS 99CS430 Robert YesuDassDivya 15
14 EE 99EE460 VimalaPattela 3
15 99EE432 RamuPaladugula 5
16 IT 99IT412 JyothiManthena 4
17 99IT434 SupriyaKoduri 9
18 ME 99ME414 Krishna SwamyCherukuri 13

2000-2004

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 CE Y0CE439 VichikaIragavarapu 1
2 Y0CE410 Mahesh Patnaikuni 2
3 Y0CE430 Sreenivasulu Bode 5
4 Y0CE404 Bhaskara Rao Budati 10
5 Y0CE418 RadhikaAchanti 13
6 CH Y0CH421 Phanikanth S V S S R K 1
7 Y0CH415 Nafiya Begum 3
8 Y0CH411 LavanyaRachapudi 4
9 Y0CH433 T SagarYenigalla 5
10 Y0CH429 Satyavara Prasad Ganji 7
11 Y0CH422 Raja SekharaBabuManika 8
12 Y0CH438 Venkata Sunil Jagani 10
13 Y0CH408 GiriBabuKondreddy 11
14 Y0CH432 SuneelBhat 12
15 Y0CH434 Thanuja Naga Lakshmi K 14
16 CSE Y0cs422 KrishnasuriNarayanam 2
17 Y0cs429 Phanirajya Lakshmi V 6
18 Y0cs415 HemalathaGunda 9
19 ECE Y0ec435 Pallaviram Sure 1
20 Y0ec455 Srinivasa Rao Sabbineni 2
21 EEE Y0ee411 HemaSundarBoddu 5
22 Y0ee406 ChennakeswariSurisetty 7
23 Y0ee454 V K V L NarayanaKalla 10
24 Y0ee415 JyothiPannala 13
25 IT Y0it431 Rajesh Kumar Gopu 10
26 ME Y0me432 Raja Ramesh Jakkula 8
27 Y0me452 Surya KiranRavoori 11
28 Y0me456 Venkata Naga Deepak Babu G 14
29 Y0me450 Sunil Kumar Ilindra 15

2001-2005

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 CE Y1CE436 VENKATA NAGA PAVAN KUMAR MADDALA 1
2 Y1CE413 MADANA KUMAR VALLU 3
3 Y1CE408 HARIKA NALAM 4
4 Y1CE431 THANUJA THOTA 13
5 Y1CE416 PRAVEEN KIRAN ANNAM 15
6 CH Y1CH417 NAGESWARA RAO SUNKARA 2
7 Y1CH410 KOTESWARA RAO SUNKARA 7
8 Y1CH437 VEERENDRANADH KOLLA 8
9 Y1CH418 NARESH BABU N 11
10 Y1CH401 AFSAR ALI SHAIK 12
11 Y1CH428 SIVARAMAKRISHNA GARAPATI 15
12 CS Y1CS462 SIVA KUMAR GATTA 5
13 Y1CS467 SRINIVAS RAO E 8
14 EC Y1EC480 V R MUNIKUMAR GOPU 1
15 Y1EC489 VINEEL DAVULURI 5
16 Y1EC428 NAGA LAKSHMI NAKKALA 9
17 EE Y1EE452 S R C MURTHY BATCHU 14
18 IT Y1IT453 VENKATA RAMESH BABU D 6
19 Y1IT431 RAMADEVI MANIKONDA 11

2002-2006

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y2BT416 RAHUL KRISHNA KOLLIPARA 2
2 Y2BT411 MAHESH PRATTIPATI 4
3 Y2BT422 SANDEEP KUMAR NADENDLA 5
4 Y2BT402 ANANTHA LAKSHMI M 7
5 CE Y2CE428 NEELIMA UPPALAPATI 3
6 Y2CE417 JAYA LAKSHMI KUNISETTY 7
7 Y2CE420 LAKSHMI APARNA DOGUPARTHI 8
8 Y2CE419 KANTHI REKHA PADAVALA 9
9 CH Y2CH418 KRISHNA CHAITANYA L 1
10 Y2CH404 ARCHANA VADDI 2
11 Y2CH434 RAMA MOHAN RAO DINTAKURTHI 4
12 Y2CH413 JYOTHSNA KONIJETI 5
13 Y2CH441 SASI MULAGALETI 7
14 Y2CH417 KOTESWARA RAO VUYYURU 8
15 Y2CH432 RAJA SEKHAR ANUMOLU 9
16 Y2CH405 ASHOK KUMAR RAVI 10
17 CS Y2CS445 SAHITHI KOLASANI 3
18 Y2CS418 JAGADEESH BABU BANDARU 6
19 Y2CS410 CHIRANJEEVI DEGALA 10
20 EC Y2EC436 P K KARTHIK BHOGARAJU 7
21 EE Y2EE411 DEEPTHI POTTIMUTYAPU 1
22 Y2EE481 VENKATA KHASI VIJAY KUMAR K 3
23 IT Y2IT424 PRASEEJA VAKA 6
24 ME Y2ME423 I N P UDBHAU B 1
25 Y2ME439 NURUL HUDA SHAIK 7

2003-2007

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y3BT413

MARUTHI PRAHLADUDU B

2
2 Y3BT412

MANOGNA J

5
3 Y3BT415

POORNIMA ANCHA

9
4 Y3BT427

SWATHI POLIMETLA

10
5 CE Y3CE460

VENU MADHAV GARIKAPATI

2
6 Y3CE445

SATISH CHANDRA S

9
7 Y3CE419

JYOTHI CHAVA

10
8 CH Y3CH460

YELLAIAH NAIDU MEKALA

1
9 Y3CH448

SUDHA RANI GANDU

5
10 Y3CH440

SATISHBABU GARIKAPATI

7
11 Y3CH452

V P T N C SRIKANTH BOJJA

9
12 Y3CH438

SAMBASIVA RAO KATURI

10
13 CS Y3CS464

RAVITEJA GADDAM

4
14 Y3CS403

ANUSHA DOPPALAPUDI

5
15 Y3CS438

LAKSHMI SOWJANYA EMANI

8
16 EC Y3EC409

CHAITHANYA VELAMPALLI

2
17 Y3EC466

SRINIVASA RAO D

5
18 Y3EC479

VAMSIKIRAN TALLURI

9
19 EE Y3EE432

PHANIKUMAR BAPATLA

3
20 Y3EE412

DHANUNJAYUDU N

5
21 Y3EE457

SRINIVAS BHASKAR KARANKI

6
22 Y3EE487

VIJENDRA TADAVARTHY

8
23 Y3EE407

BALAJI DODDAPANNI

10
24 IT Y3IT435

PRADEEPTHI C

1
25 Y3IT445

RUPA RANI POPURI

6
26 ME Y3ME471

SRINIVAS NUNNA

10

2004-2008

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y4BT422

SRI PRASANTHI N

3
2 Y4BT401

ANUSHA PAREPALLI

4
3 Y4BT403

B V REDDY PENUMALLI

6
4 Y4BT410

P HARIKA SANAGAPALLI

7
5 CE Y4CE458

YAMINI SILPA SADU

2
6 Y4CE404

ANNAPURNA BOMMISETTI

5
7 Y4CE414

JAYA KRISHNA AYYAPUSETTY

10
8 CH Y4CH431

RAJITHA YARLAGADDA

1
9 Y4CH406

BRAHMAIAH BINGINAPALLI

2
10 Y4CH430

RAJASEKHAR CH

4
11 Y4CH407

CHINTHAYYA NAIDU RUDRAM

5
12 Y4CH445

SIVAREDDY CIREDDY

6
13 Y4CH440

SARVANI KUCHIBHOTLA

7
14 Y4CH413

JOGI GANESH DATTATREYA TADIMETI

8
15 Y4CH426

V R PHANI KANTH V

9
16 Y4CH418

MADHU SUDHANA REDDY MULE

10
17 CS Y4CS476

TULASI RAM NEELAKANTAM

2
18 Y4CS477

V N S BHAVANI PRASAD B

3
19 Y4CS486

VENKATA SUDHEER CHANDRA M

4
20 Y4CS464

SIRISHA SRIGHAKOLAPU

8
21 Y4CS418

HARITHA DARISI

9
22 EC Y4EC469

SRITEJ PUVVADA

3
23 Y4EC419

HARIBABU KANDI

4
24 Y4EC463

SOWJANYA CHIMTALA

8
25 EE Y4EE437

NAVATHA SAIKAM

1
26 Y4EE468

SREEKANTH A B S

3
27 Y4EE434

N V V R PRAKASH PUVVADA

5
28 IT Y4IT442

SATYA SUSHMA K

5
29 Y4IT427

NARENDRA ATHOTA

9

2005-2009

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y5BT419 S V S PERIMDEVI U 3
2 Y5BT421 SRIDIVYA NALAM 5
3 Y5BT422 SRI VARSHA NADELLA 6
4 Y5BT409 MADHUBALA LAVISETTY 7
5 Y5BT405 DIVYA GAMPALA 10
6 CE Y5CE408 BHARGAVA KRISHNA SAJJA 1
7 CH Y5CH411 LAKSHMI PRASANNA RAYALLA 2
8 Y5CH413 MADHAVI GOLI 3
9 Y5CH424 N V RAMALINGAM CHERUKURI 4
10 Y5CH405 GOPAL GRANDHI 8
11 CS Y5CS457 RIZWANBASHA SHAIK 7
12 Y5CS450 RAJANI GOTTIPATI 8
13 EC Y5EC444 MAHESHGUPTA VUTUKURI 7
14 EE Y5EE452 S N V KIRAN SANA 1
15 Y5EE410 BHAVYA ANNAPAREDDY 6
16 IT Y5IT410 DILDAR ALIKHAN PATHAN 2
17 ME Y5ME419 HAJARATHVALI SHAIK 10

2006-2010

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y6BT439

SHAIK MULLA SHAHENSHA

5
2 Y6BT454

VENKATA RAGHAVA KALLURI

6
3 Y6BT455

VENKATESH KANNEGANTI

10
4 CE Y6CE437

SHALINI BOBBA

6
5 Y6CE445

THRI VIKRAM RAO TELLA

7
6 CH Y6CH441

SATYA PAUL SINGH AMARTHALURI

2
7 Y6CH453

VASU KUMAR DAMMA

3
8 Y6CH426

PARAMESWARA RAO POTTI

4
9 Y6CH405

ASHA SRAVANTHI GELLI

5
10 Y6CH422

MUSALAIAH MODI

8
11 Y6CH446

SRIHARI KILARI

10
12 EC Y6CS492

SOWMYA KAMIREDDY

4
13 Y6CS447

NAGARJUNA REDDY VATTE

5
14 Y6CS499

SUNANDA KISHORE EDURU

7
15 Y6CS442

MOUNIKA KOMMURI

8
16 Y6CS415

DEEPTHI CHOWDARI. T.T.

9
17 EC Y6EC465

RAVI TEJA YARRA

1
18 Y6EC495

SUDHA MADHURI ANAGHA

4
19 Y6EC454

RAGHU RAM PERI

6
20 Y6EC444

NAVEEN YENDURI

9
21 EE Y6EE489

V V L SUDHA KANCHARLA

6
22 IT Y6IT516

VIJAY KUMAR KANAMARLAPUDI

1
23 Y6IT500

TOMESH KUMAR JAIN

3
24 Y6IT506

VENKATA LAVANYA POTTI

6
25 Y6IT453

MOHAN KRISHNA VUTUKURI

7
26 Y6IT492

SRIKANTH KADARU

10
27 ME Y6ME478

V.N.B. PRASAD SODISETTY

7
28 Y6ME456

SHAILENDRA KUMAR TIWARI

10

2007-2011

S.No. Branch Regd. No. Name Rank
1 BT Y7BT412

KANUPARTHI VENKATA SARADA

1
2 Y7BT437

SINDHURI KALLORI

3
3 Y7BT426

MURALA BINDU MADHAVI

4
4 Y7BT435

RACHAPUDI V S S SUSHMA

5
5 Y7BT446

TIRUMALASETTY GOPI

6
6 Y7BT430

NICHALA TUNGALA

7
7 Y7BT410

GUMMALLA TIRUMALA

8
8 CE Y7CE464

MUNDLAMURI SRIKANTH

1
9 Y7CE427

GIRIDHAR RAJESH BANDE

7
10 CH Y7CH459

VIJAY KUMAR NANDIGAM

1
11 Y7CH455

VANGALA SAI PHANI KUMAR

2
12 Y7CH401

A NIKHIL

3
13 Y7CH420

KANDURI V S S S SANTHOSHI

5
14 Y7CH410

DASARI BRAHMAIAH

6
15 Y7CH416

JAGADEESH BABU SILIVERU

8
16 CS Y7CS444

KATURI DINESH

1
17 Y7CS488

RAMYAKRISHNA CHIMAKURTHY

2
18 Y7CS502

SHAIK UMME HABIBA

3
19 Y7CS442

KATLA ASHAJYOTHI

4
20 Y7CS479

PALLAPOTHU RAJYA LAKSHMI

5
21 Y7CS496

SAI KRISHNA CHAITANYA A

8
22 Y7CS514

T V KRISHNA CHAITANYA

9
23 EC Y7EC475

NARESH KOSURU

7
24 Y7EC480

PALLEKONDA AMULYADARSINI

9
25 Y7EC458

KOPPOLU NAGAVALLI

10
26 EE Y7EE411

BANDI PREETI

6
27 Y7EE424

DEEVI SAI PRABHATH

8
28 IT Y7IT464

KOTHA SWETHA

2
29 Y7IT482

NEELAM VENKATA BALAJI

4
30 Y7IT1406

BARATAM MEENA

8
31 Y7IT406

AMIRINENI VENUMADHAVI

9


II) a) An Unique Saga of Success in GATE

The College has established a tradition of sending year after year a large number of students to IITs, NITs and other reputed institutes for pursuing post-graduate studies based on their performance at the GATE examination conducted at the All India level. It is a matter of deep satisfaction that a good number of the alumni are acquitting themselves most creditably either in pursuing courses of higher study or in their chosen careers abroad / within India.

A percentile of 99.96 in Civil Engineering Branch – AN ALL INDIA FIRST RANK FOR 1997 – scored by Mr. Padavala Ravindra Babu of the College at GATE-97 marks a memorable acme of achievement and provide eloquent testimony to the efforts being put in by the staff and students.

II) b) Record of Rare Brilliance in previous GATE examinations

  2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Chemical 8 2 2 1 0
Civil 7 33 27 16 11
CSE 19 27 28 8 7
ECE   23 41 39 15
EEE 15 18 21 14 11
E&I 2 6 1 2 0
IT 4 8 3 1 1
ME 14 13 14 16 7

III) Challenging Step-up Performance in GRE

A good number of students got creditable scores in GRE & TOEFL during the last five years. On an average, 50 students achieved creditable GRE & TOEFL scores every year during the last four years. Every year, about 10 students obtaine a score of more than 310 out of a maximum score of 360.


Building & Equipment


The College is housed on a spacious and well-planned 30 acre site with buildings of a total plinth area of about 6 lakh sq. ft. and widely acknowledged to be a harmonious blend of aesthetics and functional utility. The cost of buildings is over Rs.25.0 crores while that of the laboratory equipment comes to Rs.23.51 crores.

INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES

S.NO. BUILDING BUILTUP AREA (M2)
1 MAIN BLOCK 11671.07
2 CMB BLOCK 4866.51
3 GENERAL ENGINEERING BLOCK 8524.75
4 RESEARCH PARK 7451
5 CHEMICAL BLOCK 716.28
6 CANTEEN AND GUEST HOUSE 2311.45
7 ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK 3813
8 EXAM SECTION AND PARKING AREA 5483.11
9 WORKSHOPS SHEDS 642.9
  (CHEMICAL LABS+BASIC TRADES WORKSHOP)
10 STAFF QURTERS AND BANK 1262
11 CAMPUS HOSTEL FOR LADIES 3730
12 MINERAL WATER PLANT 124
13 GENERATOR ROOM 50
14 SAC AND AUDITORIUM (Under Construction) 5777.82
  Total 56423.89

Main Building


Electronics and Communications Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD Room & Office 41.5
2 Staff Room 124.2
3 H-6 103.3
4 H-9 76.8
5 H-28 79.5
6 H-28A 78.15
7 H-27A 80.08
8 H-26 103.3
9 H-25 66
10 H-23 76.8
11 H-22A 80.85
12 M.TECH ROOM 69.67
13 DH-2 (DH) 148.68
14 ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS 164.6
15 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB 82.3
16 DSP & MICROPROCESSOR LAB 164.6
17 ADVANCED COMMUNICATION LAB 166
18 COMPUTER CENTRE 82.3
Total Area 1788.63


Electrical & Electronics Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD ROOM 45
2 STAFF ROOM 1 25
3 STAFF ROOM 2 25
4 STAFF ROOM 3 45
5 H 4 103.3
6 H 3 80.85
7 H 13 80.85
8 H 14 103.3
9 DH 5 80.7
10 H 21 69.7
11 H 21A 78.78
12 DH 6 76.8
13 H 24 96.67
14 H 16 60
15 DH 4(DH) 148.68
16 E Mechanics Lab-I 166
17 E Mechanics Lab-II / E Work Shop 166
18 Power System/ E Measurement Lab 83
19 EDC LAB 83
20 CS LAB/ P E LAB 83
21 Computer Lab/ Micro Processor 166
Total Area 1866.63


Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD Room 31.01
2 Staff Room 55.19
3 H 19 78.2
4 H 27 75.5
5 H 29 76.8
6 DH 3 156.3
7 Process C Lab 83.3
8 Bio-M Lab 83.3
9 V.I. Lab 83.3
10 C.A Lab 83.3
11 Transicession Lab 108.3
Total Area 914.5


Common Facility

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Common Area 6619.78
2 Extra Class Room 76.21
3 Conference Hall 166
Total Area 6861.99


Main Building Plinth Area=11586.1M2

Chemical Engineering Block


Chemical Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 STAFF ROOMS  17
2 HOD & OFFICE 30
3 STORE ROOM  5
4 LADIES REST ROOM 46
5 H. T LAB 83
6 COMPUTER CENTRE  75
7 LIBRARY 25
8 M. V. O LAB 140
9 M.T.O LAB 140
10 C.R.E LAB 140
11 LH-1 66
12 LH-2 90
13 LH-3 66
14 Common Area (Corridor Area Parking Area)  213.28
Total 1136.28


Chemical Block Plinth Area=716.28M2

Civil and Mechanical Engineering Block


Civil Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD Room 28
2 Staff Room 1 17.2
3 Staff Room 2 17.2
4 Staff Room 3 17.2
5 Staff Room 4 17.2
6 Staff Room 5 10.4
7 Office 21.3
8 Department Library 48
9 CMB 17 112
10 CMB 26 70.8
11 CMB 27 64.8
12 CMB 28 62.1
13 CMB 29 62.1
14 MB H12* 78.14
15 MB H12A* 76.21
16 Materials Testing Lab  267.8
17 Fluid Mechanics Lab  401.8
18 Transportation Engg. Lab 154
19 Geo Technical Engg. Lab 263
20 Surveying Stores 104
21 Environmental Engg. Lab 154
22 Engineering Geology Lab 43.5
23 Computer Center 90
Total Area 2180.75


Mechanical Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD ROOM 22.4
2 Staff Room in First Floor Mech 51.3
3 Staff Room in Second Floor Mech 50.1
4 Department Office  18.1
5 CMB 21 64.2
6 CMB 22 83.7
7 CMB 23 61.6
8 CMB 24 67.5
9 CMB 25A 56
10 CMB 25B 23
11 CMB 26A 45.9
12 Fuels and Oils Lab 114.02
13 IC Engines Lab 214.5
14 Heat Transfer Lab 113.5
15 Computer Lab  168.45
16 CAM Lab 68.7
17 Automation Lab 60.3
18 Machine Shop 415.6
19 Design and Metrology lab 66.24
20 Fitting and Foundry 140
21 Basic Trades Workshops* 222.9
Total Area 2128.01


Common Facility

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Common Area (806/2) 806
2 Conference Hall (Common to ME and CE) 129
Total Area 935


Civil and Mechanical Engineering Block Plinth Area=4866.51M2

General Engineering Block


Sciences and Applications

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD and Office Chemistry 38.63
2 HOD and Office Physics 38.63
3 HOD and Office Maths 40.4
4 Hod and Staff Room English 68.23
5 HOD and Office MCA 68.22
6 Staff Room 1 Chemistry 40.4
7 Staff Room 1 Physics 68.22
8 GEB 31 Staff Room Maths 40.4
9 GEB 21 Staff Room Maths 40.4
10 GEB 33 Staff Room Maths 40.4
11 Staff Room MCA 68.22
12 Bio Technology Staff Room 1 68.23
13 Bio Technology Staff Room 2 68.23
14 GEB 2 82.16
15 GEB 3 82.16
16 GEB 4 40.4
17 GEB 5 82.16
18 GEB 6 82.16
19 GEB 12 82.16
20 GEB 14 82.16
21 GEB 15 82.16
22 GEB 16 82.16
23 GEB 22 82.16
24 GEB 25 82.16
25 GEB 11 40.4
26 GEB 13 40.4
27 GEB-23 40.46
28 GEB-45 82.16
29 GEB-46 82.16
30 GEB-55 82.16
31 GEB-56 82.16
32 GEB-34 82.16
33 GEB-41 40.4
34 GEB-24 82.16
35 GEB-35 82.16
36 GEB-36 82.16
37 GEB-32 82.16
38 GEB-42 82
39 GEB-43 40.4
40 GEB-44 82
41 Chemistry 1 170.2
42 Chemistry 2 170.2
43 Chemistry 3 170.2
44 Chemistry 4 170.2
45 E.P 170.2
46 S.S.P 170.2
47 E.D.C 170.2
48 OPTICS 170.2
49 Research Lab-1 170.2
50 Research Lab-2 170.2
51 B.E.E.Lab 170.2
52 CP Lab 170.2
53 English Lab 1 170.2
54 English Lab 2 170.2
55 CP 171
56 CP 171
Total Area 5380.91


Common Facility

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Common Area 2135.68
2 Rest Room (4*40.7) 162.8
3 Ladies Waiting Hall 82.16
4 Conference Halls (2) 340.52
5 Drawing Halls (2) 340.52
6 DMS Room 82.16
Total Area 3143.84


General Engineering Block Plinth Area=8524.75M2

Research Park


Computer Science and Engineering

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD Room 48
2 RPSR 12 48
3 RPSR 21 and Department Library 48
4 RPSR 22 48
5 RPSR 23 48
6 RPSR 31 48
7 RPSR 33 48
8 RPLH 11 87
9 RPLH 12 87
10 RPLH 13 87
11 RPLH 14 87
12 RPLH 21 87
13 RPLH 22 87
14 RPLH 23 87
15 RPLH 24 87
16 RPLH 31 87
17 RPLH 34 87
18 RPLAB11 109
19 RPLAB12 109
20 RPLAB21 109
21 RPLAB22 109
22 LAB 1 (CC)* 120
23 LAB2(CC)* 120
24 LAB5(CC)* 50
Total Area 1932


Information Technology

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 HOD & Office RPSR 03 48
2 RPLAB 03/ Dept. Library 109
3 RPLAB 23 109
4 RPLAB 24 109
5 RPLH 01 87
6 RPLH 02 87
7 RPLH 03 87
8 RPLH 04 87
9 RPLH 32 87
10 RPLAB 01 109
11 LAB 3(CC)* 120
12 LAB 4(CC)* 120
Total Area 1159


Training and Placements

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 T&P Cell 48
2 RPLAB 31(T&P) 109
3 RPLAB 32(T&P) 109
Total Area 266


Common Facility

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Bosch Staff Room 48
2 Robotics Lab 109
3 Siemens Lab 109
4 Bosch Center 1 109
5 Bosch Center 2 109
6 MIC Lab\RPLAB34 109
7 Management Room 109
8 Car Parking 210
9 Entrance 235
10 Ladies Waiting Hall(Beside Parking) 109
11 Seminar Hall 190
12 Printing Cell 93
13 Rest Rooms (3x48) 144
14 Corridors and Approaches(4x630) 2520
15 Steps(3x72) 216
16 Store Rooms 205
Total Area 4624


Research Park Plinth Area=7451M2

Canteen and Guest House


Ground Floor (Old and New Buildings)

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Common area (corridors) 302.948
2 Staff toilets 9.54
3 Staff Dining hall 252.617
4 Hand wash area (staff) 24.272
5 Store room (General) 28.83
6 Students dining hall 319.66
7 Hand wash area (Students) 9.475
8 Canteen Supervisor sitting place 24.978
9 Store room (Provisions) 40.836
10 Kitchen room 137.608
11 Free Area (Behind kitchen) 18.944
Total 1169.708


First Floor Guest House(Old Building)

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Common area (corridors) 97.703
2 Dining hall 202.118
3 Suit-I 23.8
4 Suit-II 22.82
5 Suit-III 22.82
6 Toilet 4.238
Total 373.499


First Floor Guest House(New Building)

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Function hall 485.355
2 Common area (corridors) 62.358
3 Suit-I 63.94
4 Suit-II 63.94
5 Room-1 18.53
6 Room-2 18.53
7 Room-3 18.53
8 Room-4 18.53
9 Room-5 18.53
Total 768.243


Canteen and Guest House Plinth Area=2311.45M2

Auditorium


Examination Halls

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Examination Hall- 1 158.351
2 Examination Hall- 2 158.351
3 Examination Hall- 3 158.351
4 Examination Hall- 4 158.351
5 Examination Hall- 5 158.351
6 Examination Hall- 6 158.351
7 Examination Hall- 7 158.351
8 Examination Hall- 8 158.351
9 Examination Hall- 9 220.037
10 Examination Section 108.77
Total 1595.615


Controller of Examinations Office

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 C.O.E Section inside corridor 26.868
2 Waiting room 19.663
3 C.O.E Room 19.663
4 A.C.E room - 1 19.663
4 A.C.E room - 2 19.663
6 Xerox & Store room 40.015
7 Spot  valuation  room 107.334
Total 252.869


Physical Education and Parking Area

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1  Physical Education 291.44
2  Parking area 3052.22
Total 3343.66


Common Facility

S.NO. Description AREA (M2)
1 Toilets corridor 33.835
2 Staff Toilets 12.649
3 Gents Toilets 17.211
4 Ladies toilets 21.201
5  Area In Front Of C.O.E 206.06
Total 290.956


Auditorium Plinth Area=5483.11M2


Library


Acclaimed as the one of the biggest Libraries with 22,000 sq. ft. area in the State, The Central Library of BEC has been playing a vital role as Information Centre catering to the Academic and learning needs of the faculty and Students alike since inception. The facility is serving the student fraternity ranging from under graduate to Masters and ultimately aiding the Research stratum of Bapatla Engineering College.

As a jewel in the crown of BEC, The Library aims at providing premium quality learning resources in the form of Books, Journals, E-Journals and C.Ds pertinent to Curricula of diverse Engineering and Technology and of general nature to the students and Teaching Staff. The Library also supports Departmental Libraries for acquisition and maintenance of Titles throughout the academic year.

As the veritable abode of Knowledge, the library Of BEC houses 25,756 titles, 62,200 Volumes, 2,312 International Online Journals (IEEE, ASME, ASCE, Springer, Science Direct, Mc Graw Hill access Engineering Library, J Gate, ASTM Digital Library) and 111 print journals and Digital Library. The following subscriptions can be used from any desktop or laptop with in the campus.

S NoName of the e resourceContent accessibleWebsite
1IEEE-ASPP: All Society Periodicals on Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics Engineering & related disciplines145 Journals (back file access since 2000) http://www.ieee.org/ieeexplore
2Springer : Electrical, Electronics & Computer Science Engineering 134 (back file access since 1997) http://www.springerlink.com/
3 ASME :(American Society of Mechanical Engineers): Mechanical Engineering Journals 25 Journals (back file access since 2000) http://asmedl.org
4 ASCE : (American Society of Civil Engineers): Civil Engineering Journals 33 Journals (back file access since 1983) http://ascelibrary.org
5 Mc Graw Hill : Access Engineering Library (General Engineering & Reference books) e-books http://accessengineeringlibrary.com
6 J GATE : Engineering & Technology (JET)Journals coverage 4700 indexed, free full text 1700 http://j-gate.informindia.co.in
7 Science Direct Journals: (Engineering,ComputerScience,Electrical, Electronics,Mechanical & Civil Engg.) 275 Journals (back file access from 2000 onwards) http://www.sciencedirect.com/
8 ASTM Digital Library : (Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Civil, Metallurgical, Petroleum & Instrumentation Engg. ) 13,000 journal articles & 1700 e-books http://enterprise.astm.org
9 DOAJ e journals free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals http://www.doaj.org/


One of its kinds, BEC Central Library is fully automated with SOUL Software; updated with latest version in 2010 and Bar-coding system facilitating easy access to students and well maintenance of library for they say “As the biggest library if it is in disorder is not as useful as a small but well-arranged one.”

The library offers special services to the Students of SC & ST categories by providing singular Book Banks enriched with 12532 volumes related to 2679 Titles and 1460 volumes related to 375 Titles respectively. A Book Bank specially earmarked with the funds of TEQIP is provided with 1896 volumes consisting 323 Titles also supplements the needs of SC & ST Students. Through these Book Banks each SC or ST student can borrow 12 books and a BC student can borrow 2 books.

The library added a feather to its cap by having a wing of Digital Library featuring online connectivity with INDEST AICTE Consortium and DELNET, New Delhi and providing Internet facility to students with the infrastructure of 28 Computers with DVD and CD Writers.

BEC Library, in addition to that, offers Laptops to Students to borrow for aiding them in Project work. BEC Library has 20 such Laptops in its armour.

To take the learning experience of students to next level BEC Library has added Video Library to its armour of facilities. The video library is furnished with 34” Colour T.V and DVD Player supported by a stack of 2,200 CDs. The thrust area of video library is providing NPTEL video lecturers to learners and Teaching Community effectively.

Library is providing reprographic facility to students to disseminate material quickly and cost effectively aiding better learning on campus. The photo copying is provided at 50 np per copy with latest reprographic machine.


Virtual Classrooms & E-Classrooms


Bapatla Engineering College in its efforts to take class room teaching to world class level has introduced teaching through two way interactive Cisco Digital Media System with an investment of Rs.3 crores. This is the first of its kind in whole South Asia pacific region.

The college is the first Educational Institute in India to adopt Cisco Digital Media System (DMS) to extend the classroom environment and create anywhere, anytime learning experiences. The DMS solution includes Cisco Media Encoder 2000, Cisco Digital Media Mgr Base V4.0, Cisco Video Portal V4.0, Cisco Wide Area Application Engine 512, Cisco IP Conference station and Cisco License Call Manager 5.1. Cisco Digital Media System virtualizes the classroom environment with remote broadcast and viewing of lectures and on-demand materials. The college will stream live-sessions conducted by visiting professors and subject-matter experts to the techno-centered classrooms. Lectures can be viewed online in 15 virtual classrooms and 40 e-classrooms simultaneously.

The DMS solution permits simultaneous recording and archiving of the teaching sessions. This will help the students to access the sessions at their convenience from their hostel rooms as well. The archived sessions are presented to the students over Cisco Video Portal, a Web-based application that allows students to quickly browse, search and view digital media interactively.


Campus Placements


The Training & Placement Cell is committed to provide all possible assistance to the graduate and post-graduate students to secure employment in multi-national companies and other reputed organizations and industries.

The Training & Placement Cell extends its services round the year and facilitates to establish contacts between companies and students. This Cell helps the students to improve skills in related fields (soft skills, resume preparation, practice for interviews, etc) and career guidance. Frequently this cell conducts number of mock tests to improve the performance in written examinations. The aim is to ensure that students have the information and skills necessary for an effective job search.

Apart from handling the needs of the students, the office caters to the needs of the companies ranging from logistics to interview halls. The infrastructure available is suited to make the placement process a comfortable one.Considerable number of students got placements during the last three years in reputed organizations like..

S.No. Academic Year No. of Companies Visited No. of Students Placed
1 2006-07 21 214
2 2007-08 23 273
3 2008-09 9 189
4 2009-10 1 64
5 2010-11 24 518
6 2011-12 18 323
7 2012-13

08 127
8 2013-14 15 171
9 2014-15 37 246
10 2015-till date 05 172

Computing Facilities


Computer Centers in the campus are Air-conditioned and they are equipped with Six servers ( 6 Xeon Processor based Servers and 2 Pentium Processor Based Servers) and 1206 Nodes (which include i5, i3, Pentium Core2Duo Desktops with TFT LED Displays) organized in Client/Server architecture with AT & T structured cabling compliance. All The1206 Nodes are distributed among 22 laboratories, in different departments, with glass partitioning all around and exuding a subdued touch of majestic elegance and optimum utilization in every detail. Computer centers are having proprietary and open source softwares.

All the Computer Centers and Departmental Office Systems are equipped with a total Uninterrupted Power Supply of 300 KVA. Internet and Digital Library connectivity with 40 Mbps Broadband Bandwidth &20 Mbps Leased Line Bandwidth is available.

S.No. Department Servers Total Printers Scanners Xerox Machines
1 Main Computer Centre 7 152 6 1 -
2 C.S.E.   10 3 2 1
3 Research Park 4 142 3 1 1
4 Mechanical 1 77 3 2 1
5 Civil 2 68 9 2 2
6 EEE   76 4 1 1
7 Bio-Tech   48 2 2 1
8 Chemical   32 3 2 1
9 ECE 1 123 3 2 1
10 IT   7 2 1 1
11 E I E 2 92 3 2 1
12 Physics   6 3 1 1
13 Chemistry   3 1 1 -
14 Maths   6 2 2 1
15 English   84 2 1 -
16 MCA 1 128 2 1 -
17 CP Lab   60 - - -
18 Library   38 2 1 1
19 Office   13 11 2 1
20 Exam Section   5 3 2 2
21 Hostel   20 - - -
Total 18 1190 67 29 17

Extra Curricular Activities


The College believes in adequate facilities being provided for the development, both of brain and brawn. Accordingly, spacious playgrounds and other amenities for diverse sports such as cricket, tennis, volley ball, basket ball, shuttle badminton etc., and athletics are made available on the campus. Under the auspices of the cultural and literary associations, various personality development programmes are conducted throughout the year.


Girls Hostel


The College has a campus hostel meant exclusively for girls. With a three storied building consisting of 87 rooms accommodating a maximum of 400 students, a spacious dining hall, T.V. & Audio Room, T.T. Room, Shuttle Badminton Court, standby generator, lush green lawns, flower gardens etc., not forgetting the near foolproof security arrangements, the hostel is considered a veritable home away from home by its inmates. A Computer Centre was established exclusively for the inmates of the hostel with free internet facility and is networked to the main Computer Centre of the College. Accommodation for girl students is also provided in the girls hostel located in Bapatla College of Arts & Science campus run by the same Management.


Other Facilities


A subsidized College Canteen with requisite hygienic standards, a fleet of eleven College buses for transportation and two noiseless diesel generators rated 250 KVA and 82.5 KVA ensuring uninterrupted power supply to vital sectors like the Computer Centre are but a few of the several amenities and facilities of inestimable value available to the staff and the students. A mineral water plant of 1,000 liters per hour capacity is available in the Campus to supply mineral water to all the Depts. And Hostel.The College Guest-House comprises fifteen well furnished AC suites and a spacious foyer for distinguished guest faculty. The College Canteen is extended recently to have two spacious dining halls and a modern kitchen.