1) NSS

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government- sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji's Centenary year, 1969. Aimed at developing students’ personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 levels that works for a campus- community linkage.

Learning outside the classroom is as crucial as learning inside the classroom. The programme contributes to inculcate social welfare in the psyche of the students and endows them with the spirit of service to society without bias. Our NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who needs, gets help to enhance the standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite scarcity of resources. Added to that, the programmes pave way to build a more humane, just and sustainable world. Our students also provide help in natural and man- made disasters by providing food, clothing and first aid to the disaster victims.


Program officer: Mr. B. Mohan Krishna,
Assistant professor, Dept. of CSE,
Mobile: +91 9963109940
Email: [email protected]
Year of establishment: 2008
No of student volunteers: 100


Program officer: Mr. Y. Venkata Archan,
Assistant professor, Dept. of CE,
Mobile :+91 8142882207
Email: [email protected]
Year of establishment: 2013
No of student volunteers: 100

Events organized by NSS Unit- 1&II (2016-2017)

Awareness program on swachh bharath (SARVEKSHAN) on 03.01.2017 at college campus Blood donation camp on 07.01.2017 at college campus Cashless transactions Rally on 10.01.2017 at Tadakanapalli village. Awareness program on water saving and cleanliness on 10.02.2017 at Chinnatekur village. Blood donation camp on 01.04.2017 at college campus.


Special Camp Activities at Tadakanapalli Village In March-2017.

Date Activity
22.03.2017 Tree plantation
23.03.2017 Campaign on swachh bharath
24.03.2017 General health camp
25.03.2017 Environmental sanitation,diposal of garbage and composting
26.03.2017 Soil testing
27.03.2017 Life style education and counselling centers
28.03.2017 Remedial coaching of students from weaker sections


Special Camp Activities at Venkannabhavi Village in March-2017.

Date Activity
22.03.2017 Inaugural function and plantation of trees
23.03.2017 Provision of safe and clean drinking water
24.03.2017 Swachh bharath
25.03.2017 Blood grouping and awareness on blood donation
26.03.2017 Awareness program on alcohol consumption and smoking
27.03.2017 Health education, first aid and preliminary health care
28.03.2017 Cleaning the school premises and valedictory function

2) Entrepreneurship Development Cell

Purpose of Entrepreneurship Development Cell: The Prosperity of any nation and society is measured by the entrepreneurial spirit of its people. Entrepreneurship is a key element of industrialization and economic progress. Entrepreneurs are expected to play vital role in the process of development by introducing innovations and demonstrating leadership qualities in dynamic situations. Entrepreneurship has been found as a low cost and long- term strategy for ensuring supply of right kind of entrepreneurs in the economy to sustain the development tempo. Educating and training people for developing entrepreneurial capabilities through positive training interventions is the core strategy of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell.

Faculty Advisor: Mr B Govindaraju (Assistant Professor, Dept of Mechanical Engg)
No of Student members: 75
Executive Committee:
President: A. Sainath Kumar, IV B.Tech, ME
Vice – President: P. Nagashyam, IV B.Tech, ECE
Secretary-Communications: N.Suraj, IV B.Tech, ME
Secretary – Activities: M.Sainath Reddy, IV B.Tech, EEE
Program Representatives:
E Harshaveena, Sri Lakshmi, Mourya Kumar, G Soumya, Rahul, A Krishnaveni

List of Activities / Events

S.NO Date Name of the Activity / Event No. of Participants Organized by
1 27, 28,29 January 2016 Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp 80 Andhra Pradesh productivity Council ( APPC)
2 18-10-2016 Meet the Entrepreneur 75 EDC, BITS
“Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) ” program

Aim of the Program: This program was conducted by Andhra Pradesh Productivity Council (APPC) in association with Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Gujarat under the sponsorship of National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Govt. of India, New Delhi, to motivate young Engineers towards Entrepreneurship and getting self employed.

The following are the Chief Guest and Guests invited for the program:

Madanmohan Setty, General Manager, D.I.C, Kurnool – Chief Guest
Nageswara Rao, Asst. Director, A.P.P.C, Kurnool
K.E.Hari Babu, Industrialist, Kurnool
G.Vikram Reddy, Industrialist, Kurnool

Date : 27, 28 & 29 January, 2016
Venue : BITS campus
Total No. of participants: 80

Program Summary : The Chief N. Madanmohan Setty, General Manager, DIC, Kurnool gave a brief lecture on Entrepreneurship and its importance in the present scenario. He spoke about various subsidies offered by District Industries Center, Kurnool for encouraging young Engineers to become Entrepreneurs. He also shared about the trainings they are giving for youth for making them self employed.

Mr.C.Nageswara Rao, Asst. Director, APPC, Kurnool spoke about the success stories of some of the budding entrepreneurs across the world. He also encouraged the participants to take up Entrepreneurship as their career.

Mr. K.E.Hari Babu, Industrialist, Kurnool spoke about how he took Entrepreneurship as carrier and become a successful Entrepreneur.

Mr. G.Vikram Reddy, Industrialist, Kurnool motivated students by giving some challenges he faced during his early days as an entrepreneur.

The Principal of the college Dr.T.S.S Balaji motivated the students about the importance of being an entrepreneur. The Principal appreciated the students for enrolling themselves to these kind of programs.

This three day workshop not only gave awareness on Entrepreneurship but also conducted interaction with Entrepreneurs of near by industries in Kurnool.


In order to garner the full potential of the faculty as intellectuals and streamline the working environment into inculcating best practices from both academic and administrative points of view, an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) was created with the following goals and functions that could as well be modified and expanded further over the years. In all possibility this cell works in tandem with the Department Heads.


To develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic programmed action to improve the academic and administrative performance of Brindavan Institute of Technology (BITS-KNL);
To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement.

The IQAC shall have the following functions

To prepare and apply quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the Institute;
Department Student-data bases and synchronization with central data base (vide Function 9 below).
Maintenance of Question Banks
Maintenance of Registers
Use of Educational Technology Tools.
Special efforts taken for slow learners.
Sample class notes taken by the students.
Innovative teaching (both laboratory & classroom) practices.
Laboratory manuals.
To facilitate the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for quality education;
Industrial visits carried out.
Guest-lectures arranged.
Industrial internship undergone by students.
Project work details (title, guide, industry where project is being done).
Project review details and marks.
Utilization factor of classroom, laboratory and computer facilities.
Mini project done by students.
Quality Circle Meetings.
Classroom and laboratory cleanliness.
Library and utilization of wi-fi and related study facilities
To set guidelines and facilitate the faculty to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process;
To arrange for effective feedback from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;
Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education;
Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;
Documentation of the various programmes/activities of BITS-KNL, leading to quality improvement;
Acting as a nodal agency of BITS-KNL for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of good practices;
Continuous evaluation through internal exams
Maintenance of Course file and Teaching diary
Development and maintenance of Institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining /enhancing the institutional quality;
Development of Quality Culture in BITS-KNL; (Train the trainer programmes)