A 15 acre college campus, 15 KMs away from Anantapur town, with all the facilities like fully equipped laboratories, classrooms with good ventilation, spacious playground for all types of sports and games, good number of departmental clubs, societies and centers with great emphasis on career and personality development of a technical student and many more facilities that are more than sufficient for an ideal college. The atmosphere and surroundings in and around the campus makes SVIT an ideal place for learning.
We are conscientious about virtually everything concerned with students stay at SVIT. To facilitate a pleasant environment, we take care of various aspects of student welfare like housing, scholarships, health - care, games & sports maintenance of student dues, cultural activities and student counseling.
THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES ARE PROVIDED IN THE CAMPUS:
Well-furnished Convenient rooms.
Mineral water plant is installed at the campus for drinking purposes.
Well-equipped Public Addressing System for celebrations.
Cafeteria is provided with a spacious dining hall with adequate and comfortable furniture and kitchen with hygiene cooking facilities.
Each floor is provided with Water-coolers.
Uninterrupted supply of water and electricity.
Library subscribes English and Telugu News Papers everyday to improve the reading habits and General Knowledge of the students.
Faculty assistance is always available for consultation and guidance for the benefit of the students.
For overall development of the students’ personality, the College facilitates them through departmental societies/clubs/chapters. These societies provide forum for innovative minds to give expressions to their creative vision and to improve their technical skills:
FINE ARTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY SOCIETY (FAPS)
Fine Arts and Painting Society provides a forum to the young budding engineers to give an expression to their varied talents in the field of Fine Arts, Painting, Sketching, Photography, Rangoli making etc. various FAPS workshops take place throughout the year.
SVIT understands the difficulties that a fresher student faces in moving from school life to professional College life. To combat these problems a special society has been formed in 2012 – Frosh Week Society specially, with an objective to welcome the Fresher’s and introduce the College to them in a friendlier but systematic way. The work of society starts by welcoming the prospective students and their parents, providing them desired details and information. Later, for one week the society conducts interactive events and activities with a goal to make sure that first-year students have a warm welcome, and start out with effective introductions to fellow students and new academic pursuits. The unique series of events will introduce them to college environment including their faculty, peers, various places and college life in general.
Ragging, in any form, is banned in the SVIT campus and hostels.
In order that every student enjoys and contributes in creating and maintaining a congenial environment in the campus, students are expected to be aware of their responsibilities, behave in an orderly manner on all occasions, maintain discipline and obey such instructions as are notified from time to time. As adults, students are expected to have a fair sense of legal and illegal acts and conduct themselves in such a manner that shows respect to the rights of other persons inside the campus. They should conduct themselves both inside and outside the campus in such a manner, which is befitting an engineering College of this repute.
The defaulters will be dealt with strictness. Students will be subject to Disciplinary warning (verbal or written)/Disciplinary Probation or expulsion from the hostel/college for a term basis or forever depending upon the severity of case.
Discipline and Anti Ragging Committee:
A 22 member Discipline and Anti-ragging committee with the Heads Of the Departments, Administrative Officer, Wardens, staff members and student representatives from each discipline will be constituted every year. Principal will be the chairperson of this committee.
For major punishment such as expulsion/rustication from the College, decision will be taken on the recommendation of Discipline and Anti-ragging Committee of the College chaired by the Principal.
Centre for Industrial Liaison and Placement (CILP):
CLIP takes care of Placement and Training needs of the student. It takes care of enhancing not only the employability skills of the passing out students but also the overall development of their personality.
The Centre brings awareness among students the importance of acquiring the skill sets in demand that the companies are looking for, by organizes on campus and off campus recruitments and pre-placement training programs in Aptitude test, Group Discussions, Interviews and presentation skills in collaboration with the Dept. of Humanities and core departments.
Mock interviews, Psychometric tests and GDs are conducted on a regular basis so as to equip final and pre-final students to face the challenges of the recruitment scenario, hence, bridging the gap between the industry and fresh graduates.
Close on the heels of placement drives, the CLIP makes an evaluation of the performance of our students. This objective appraisal enables us to identify strengths and weakness of the candidates and select the strategies for improvement. Besides, there are intensive supportive measures for the rejected candidates.
A committee, with one faculty member and one student member from each department, helps the cell function effectively by coordinating its activities. The cell is fully equipped to keep the students informed of various job opportunities.
Exam Halls (to conduct on line / off line tests)
Auditorium and Seminar Gallery (with built-in PAS)
Control Room (for recruiters)
G.D and Interview rooms
Fully equipped training room