VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Technology has established the Exclusive Research and Consultancy Centre (RCC) in the year 2006 for Research and development in multidisciplinary Engineering and Sciences with the following objectives:

1. To provide strategic support for research across the institute for acquisition of new knowledge. 2. To create specialized product development and testing laboratories with leading edge technologies. 3. To work skillfully on the leading edge technologies to conceive and develop innovative products and services those are beneficial for Society. 4. To facilitate consultation & testing services utilizing the intellectual capabilities of the faculty and existing physical infrastructure. 5. To provide exposure and participation to faculty & students to the research activities in the institute enabling them to teach & learn from a higher platform.

The institute has initiated the novel concept of In-house research funding in the year 2007-08. This is to encourage the faculty to actively involve research and consultancy work besides their regular academic activities. In the last nine years the Institute funded directly an amount Rs. 2 Crores under the In-house research projects scheme. The institute has completed 48 projects worth Rs. 443.05 lakhs . The institute also has 30 ongoing projects worth Rs. 253.02 lakhs funded by industries, AICTE, UGC, DST and DRDO

The RCC is supported by eminent director Dr. A. S. Rao, Retired Scientist ‘G’, MHRD, India and Dr.B.Chennakeshava Rao ,Director Advancement. The RCC is headed by Dr. G. Ramesh Chandra, Professor, Department of CSE.

Key Research Areas :

RFID and Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile Computing, VLSI, Biomedical Signal Processing, Microcontrollers, Embedded Systems, Joining Technologies, Software Applications, Android Applications, Renewable Energy, Disaster Mitigation, Data Science, Nano Technology, Micro Cars, Structural Design .

Contact Address:

Research and Consultancy Center, VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Tech., Bachupally, Nizampet (SO), Hyderabad-500090, Telangana, India. Phone: 040-23043238 Cell: +91-9885497583 E-mail:

Completed Research Projects

The following 73 major research projects which were completed in the institute worth Rs. 613.36 Lakhs.

Industry Projects

AICTE & DST Projects:

1. Driving simulators for Indian environment
2. Automated Commando Training System
3. Sensory Measurement Unit & Driver Drill Cabin
4. Campus Management Solution Modules
5. Mobile Image Position and Performance Acquisition System
6. Intelligent and Intuitive Signaling System for On-road Driver assistance
7. FM Based Switch for Street Light Control
8. Driver safety index using integrated computing system
9. Design and Development of 1553IP Core
10.Consultancy work worth 7.8 lakhs was completed by RCC from Mira Consulting Inc, Malaysia for the Project “ROI Booster”
11. Designing of Electro Coagulation method for waste water treatment
12. Theoretical and Experimental Investigation through Porus media
13. Performance Appraisal of polymer modified bitumen
14. Image Fusion Using Fuzzy and Neuro Fuzzy Logic
15. GIS & GPS based vehicle tracking system & accident analysis.
16. Multi scale Mechanical Methods for Characterization of Bone and Biomaterials.
17. Experimental Study of influences of pulsed current and non-pulsed current Gas Tungsten Arc Welding on 6082 Aluminium Alloy Weldments
18. Design and Development of System for ECG waveform characterization and processing
19. Development of Low Power and High Speed FPGA based IP Core Mini Ace Architecture Compatible to Data Device Corporation
20.Development of a tool for predicting the mechanical properties of steel using Data Science Techniques
21.Development of an Indigenous Low-Cost /Light Weight Deflectometer for Structural Evaluation of Pavement
22.Development of Low Cost-Efficient Charging Station for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Applications

University Grants Commission (UGC) Minor Projects:

23. Optimization of controllable turning parameters for high speed dry machining of super alloys by measurement of tool wear
24. Laboratory Investigation of Recycled Asphalt Pavements (RAP) In Predicting Its Influence on Modified Asphalt Mixture for Evaluation of Rutting Characteristics
25. Identity Based Short Signature Without Using Random Oracles
26. Implementation of biomedical image processing on embedded hardware.
27. Design And Implementation of Algorithm For Real Time Patient Monitoring In Ambulance While Transit.
28. Development and Validation for Non-Technical Losses (NTL's) detection of Electricity Theft Using Genetic hybrid SVM Approach
29. Development of a High level Frame work that works on flash TLF 2.0 specification for animated text display in e-Learning
30. Development of optimization techniques for protective devices and distributed generators allocation to optimize reality and to reduce losses in electrical power distribution system
31. Hardware Implementation of FPGA based CO for Multilevel Inverter.
32. Design & Development of Maximum Power TR Link & Static Converter for Smart Micro Application.
33. Development & Implementation of DSP B Algorithm for the Protection of Power TR.
34. Using Mobile Technology to enable and FA is tributed learning for enhancing English Communication Skills for better employable UG students in Andhra Pradesh
35. Development of and implementation of algorithm for real time automation System to assist paralyzed patients using eye blinking.
36. Prototyping of wireless Networks System for Agricultural magnet synchronous Motor.
37. FPGA Implementation of Field oriented CO permanent magnet synchronous Motor
38. Development and Implementation of Automized System for the Detection of Sleep Disorders Using EEG Analysis
39. A Data Mining Approach for the Efficient Detection of Brain Tumor Disease.
40. Design of Hybrid Data Mining Techniques for Effective Retrieval of Information from Cloud based Applications
41. Cultivation of Micro Algae and Characterization of its Suitability as an alternate
42. Development of Analytical Methods for Rotary Flows Generated in Spherical Geometry
43.Synthesis, characterization and Potential Applications of Nano- Dithiocarbamate Complexes

Defense R&D Organization (DRDO) Projects:

44. Comparative study of "Weld characteristics of IS:65032A aluminum alloy by two processes friction stir welding (FSW) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)"
45. Feasibility Study of Weapon Locking & Tracking System
46. Evaluation of machinability characteristics of TI-6AI-4V titanium alloy with conventional and eco-friendly cutting fluids
47. Development of a tool for the management of diabetes mellitus
48. Development of a machine learning based algorithm for computer aided-diagnosis malaria
49. Development of procedures for computation of Titanium-canadium binary alloy system using cluster variation methods
50.Semi-Automatic Prosthetic Hand
51.Design and Development of Prototype for Secure Weapon Shooting Information System (SWSIS)


52. Development of effective Wireless sensor Network System for Water quality and quantity monitoring (AquaSense)
53. Virtual Assistant for Mobile Devices using Voice and Gesture Technologies
Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC)
54. Cough & Wheeze analyzer for Respiratory Digital Health Services
55. Digital Health Advisory System for Chronic Respiratory Diseases
56. Self Learning Prosthetic hand based on voice commands
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTU H – TEQIP III)
57. Synthesis and characterization of Bi203-B203-MnO Glasses Doped with Zirconium Oxide nanopartication of Thermoelectric setup
58. Studies on Mechanical and Durability characteristics of Low Carbon Limestone Calcined Clay Cement
59. Studies on high performance self compacting concretes with ternary blended cements containing Graphene oxide and Nano-Titanium oxide
60. Assessment Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) with partial replacement of recycled aggregate and inclusion of Nano material
61. Instrumentation for Determination of Thermal Conductivity for Geo-Materials (Soil-Rock-Concrete)
62. Detection of Fraudulent water pipes under the ground using Ground Penetrating Radar(GPR) and 3-D Image Processing Techniques
63. Identification of sickle cell Anemia using Deep Neural Network.
64. Modelling distributed databases using ontology
65. Machine Learning Approach for Plant Disease Identification using Leaf Images
66. Automatic Diagnostic Model for malaria parasites Detection from microscopic Images.
67. To analyze the finger tip that aids to diagnose cardiovascular diseases using Photoplethysmography (PPG) technique
68. Characterization of Plydrop phenomenon in FRP composites application in wind turbine blades.
69. Solar desalination for nano and micro hierarchical structures
70. Deep Learning based Smart Assistant for Blind people
71. Real Time Implementation of Advanced Control Algorithm(s) on a Laboratory Scale Plant.
72. Affect of flank wear on surface roughness in turning of Nickel A286 alloy
73. Experimental investigation of the spray characteristics of Nano particles blended water-diesel/biodiesel emulsion fuels


Open House is one of the prolific ideas that VNR VJIET has come up with. It is an open arena for all the students to come up with their creative latent skills. Creativity involves two stages, i.e. conceptualization and actualization. The perfect blend of vision and blueprint of desired outcome leads to successful projects.

  • Seed Funding

    VNR VJIET is inviting proposals for seeding funding from students and faculty of the Institute. Please click this link for the format of Seed Funding

  • JNTUH Research Centres

    The following branches of VNR VJIET are recognized as Research Centers under Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH):

    • a) Civil Engineering
    • b) Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
    • c) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)
    • d) Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
    • e) Mechanical Engineering
  • Centres of Research

    The following are the various Centers of Research (COR) established in the VNR VJIET

    • a) Centre for Disaster Mitigation(CoEDM)
    • b) Centre for Renewable Energy Systems (CRES)
    • c) Centre for Machine Vision
    • d) Centre for Networks and Security(CoENS)
    • e) Centre for Robotics
    • f) Centre for Data Science
    • g) Centre for Nano Science and Technology
    • h) Centre for Joining Technologies
    • i) Centre for Education Technology
  • 1. Dr. B.L. Deekshithulu, Distinguished Fellow, IDRBT, Hyderabad.
  • 2. Dr. M. RamaMurthy, Former Director General CPRI & Professor I.I.T. Kanpur.
  • 3. Dr. D.N. Reddy, Director, Engineering Staff College of India
  • 4. Dr. A. VidyaSagar, Managing Director, Avantel Limited, Hyd.
  • 5. Dr. P. SubbaRao, Managing Director, Ananth Technologies Ltd., Hyd.
  • 6. Dr. V. V. Rao, Project Director, A-III, ASL, DRDO, Hyd.
  • 7. Sri. G. Sateesh Reddy, Scientific Adviser to Raksha Mantri
  • 8. Dr. Arun K. Pujari, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Rajasthan
  • 9. Dr. P. Radha Krishna, Principal Scientist, Infosys.
  • 10. Er. R. Basavaiah, Managing Director, Designtribe (India ) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 11. Er. S.P. Anchuri, Anchuri&Anchuri; Structural Designer & Architect.
  • 12. Sri. PVP Sharma, VeljanHydrair Limited, Hyderabad.
  • 13. Mr. V.S.Venkata Raman, Mahindra and Mahindra, VP-Operations.
  • 14. Sri Sathya N. Jaddu, General Manager, R&D;, Control Electronics, Medha Servo Drives.
  • 15. Mr. Anand Manne, Managing director, Polmon Instruments Pvt. Ltd.
  • 16. Er. V. Nataraj, General Manager, HBL Power Systems Ltd.
  • 17. Sri M.B.M. Raju, Technology Manager, Tata Consultancy Service Ltd.
  • 18. Dr. PrabhakarRallabhandi, Director & Center Head, Motorola India Pvt. Ltd.
  • 19. Dr. D. N. Rao, Managing Director, X_Design Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
  • 20. Sri K. Harishchandra Prasad, Managing Director, Lakshmi Finance &Industrial; Corporation Ltd.
  • 21. Sri KodeSatyanarayana, Chairman &Managing; Director, Spectra Shares & Scripts Pvt. Ltd.
  • 22. Sri Ch. Venkateswara Rao, Advisor, VignanaJyothi.
  • 23. Prof. Sandhya Kode, Director, EnhanceEdu, IIIT Hyderabad & Dean Student Progression, VNRVJIET.
  • 24. Dr. A. S. Rao, Dean, Innovation, Incubation, Entrepreneurship and Globalization, VNRVJIET.
  • 25. Dr. D. Vijaya Prasad, Director, VignanaJyothi Institute Of Arts And Sciences, Hyderabad.
  • 26. Dr. S.V. Rao, Founder Principal, VNRVJIET.
  • 27. Dr. C.D. Naidu, Principal, VNRVJIET.
  • 28. Dr. G. Ramesh Chandra, Professor, Head-RCC, VNRVJIET.
  • 29. Dr. B. Chenna Kesava Rao, Director-Advancement, VNRVJIET.
  • 30. Heads of CE, ME, AE, EEE, ECE, CSE, IT, EIE & H&S; Departments.