Department Profile of Statistics
About the Department: The Department of statistics was established in the year 1999.The Department of Statistics was started with Dr.C.V.L .N.Murthy and G. Sambaiah as faculty members. Since 2004, the department has been functioning with Sri.N,Sathish Babu and Dr.V.Uday Kumar. The faculty members try their level best to improve the Pass percentage of the students. The department is actively participating in all the ongoing activities of the College. The department is working hard to improve the quality of the students both in curricular and extra- curricular activities. Since 2013 onwards, the departmental activities are supervised by Dr.M.Parappa, Lecturer in Mathematics.
Name of the department: STATISTICS
Year of Establishment: 1999
Names of programmers / courses offered: UG (Mathematics: Statistics: Computer Science)
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
Departments/ units involved: Commerce, Economics.
Annual/ semester/ choice based credit system
(Programme wise): Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
Participation of the department in the courses
offered by other departments: Biotechnology, Computer Science
Number of teaching posts:
|Post||Sanctioned (02) Filled (02)||Details|
|Assistant Professor Assistant Professor||02|
- Application of some Econometric models in the Analysis of Experimental Design.
- Some Econometric Models for Experimental Design.
- Control Charts, Process Capability and DNOM Analysis in an Industry.
- Some Practical Aspects of Reliability in an Industry.
Faculty profile with name, qualification,
Designation, specialization, (D.Sc./ D.Litt. /Ph.D./ M.
|SATISH BABU NUKALA Dr. UDAY KUMAR VIPPARLA||M.Sc., B.Ed. M.Sc., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor Assistant Professor||15 14|
Student-Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 51:1
Number of academic support staff (technical) and
administrative staff sanctioned: 01 Lab Attendant.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/
Ph.D/ M.Phil./ P.G.: : M.Sc.: 01
Ph.D : 01
Research centre/ facility recognized by the
University: : NIL
Student projects: Percentage of students placed for projects
in organizations outside the institution i.e.in
Research laboratories/ industry/ other agencies: 34%
Seminars/ conferences/ workshops Attended:
|Seminars/ conferences/ workshops Attended||organized by||Date|
|National workshop on design of experiments & operations research||A.N.U. Guntur||Dec 8th & 9th, 2011|
|National seminar on the role of mathematics and information science in design of sophisticated system||ANDHRA LOYOLA COLLEGE, VIJAYAWADA||Aug 20th & 21st , 2014|
|National workshop on big data analytics||A.N.U. Guntur||Oct, 20th, 2014|
|National workshop on big data and analytics||S.V.U. Tirupati||. Nov 27th – 30th, 2014|
|International conference on statistics and information technology for a growing nation||S.V.U. Tirupati (Sponsored by UGC)||Nov 30th – Dec 2nd, 2014|
|National conference on recent advances on statistical significance in research||S.V.U. Tirupati (Sponsored by RUSA)||Feb 17th & 18th, 2020|
|National workshop on recent advances on statistical significance in research.||S.V.U. Tirupati (Sponsored by RUSA)||Feb 17th & 18th, 2020|
|Analysis of Data Using . R (webinar)||SPMV University-Tirupati||Dec 14th , 2020|
|Statistical data analysis tools sas and spss (webinar)||SVU Tirupati||Aug 9th 2020|
|Workshop on Bio-Statistics||Narayana Medical College||Aug 11th & 19 2020|
|CyberSecurity||Tech-Rainbow- Indor||Aug 26th 2020|
Student profile programme/ course wise:
|Year||Applications received||Selected||Enrolled||Pass Percentage|
|2019-20 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17||36 36 36 36||33 30 26 31||32 30 26 31||91 97 100 100|
|Student progression||Against % enrolled|
|UG to PG PG to M.Phil. PG to Ph.D. Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral Employed • Campus selection • Other than campus recruitment Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment||07 Not Available Not Available Not Available 03|
Details of Infrastructural facilities:
a. Library: 436 Books
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Available
c. Class rooms with ICT facility: Available
d. Laboratory: Available
Teaching methods adopted to improve student
Teaching methods besides chalk and talk involves
Problem solving sessions, personal attention
Depending on whether they are slow or advanced
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility
(ISR) and Extension activities:
Staff member is a member of the Entrepreneur
cell of the college and helps in encouraging to the students.
SWOC analysis of the department and future plans
Sincere and hard working team of faculty members.
In spite of the abstractness of the subject the results have been satisfactory. Few students secured top ranks for the last few years in the entire college.
Students coming from rural backgrounds have some problems in communication.
Statistics has wide range of applications thus increasing the avenues for employment.
To teach to a very diverse student community.