Research develops new knowledge, techniques, and technologies. Especially developing countries should go for research as it entails the benefits of employment and enhanced economic activity. Research leads to exploration, description and explanation. Innovation enables growth
NAAC claims Research to be an ongoing process of enhancing the existing fund of knowledge by exploring new frontiers that challenge the human quest for understanding reality. It wants quality of research to become the center of academic, professional, and higher education. Unfortunately, only PG Centers are permitted to have Research centers. So far, the parent university selected six members from our institution as Research Supervisors, out of which one person passed away and two retired. The three Research Supervisors have their own policy.
Dr B Subbarao of the Department of Physics , Dr N Poorna Chandra Rao of the Department of Physics, Dr A Gangadhar Rao of the Department of Mathematics, Dr D Madhusudan Rao of the Department of Mathematics, Dr A Anjaneyulu of the Department of Mathematics. Dr Cyril Arun Kumar of the Department of Zoology were selected as guides by the parent University. Research supervisors have no freedom to select their candidates. They have to guide the scholars .
promotes research culture among the staff and students.
Publishes Research Bulletin bi-annually.
Takes classes for the staff pursuing research on research methodology
Encourages staff to apply for Major/Minor Research projects
motivates the staff to contribute research articles to National/International journals
Educates them on the need to make use of advanced technology and motivate the students to do the same.
Guides the staff on how to proceed with study project and how quality is important
Offers guidance to the students ,who have to submit study project.
Stimulates students to take up live projects too.
Though the research supervisors of our institution are not empowered to adjudge the theses, they alert the scholars to Avoid copy-pasting from other papers
Take permission from the copyright holder
Use short quotations not more than two ,three sentences
Apply the same standards when copying from open access journals or the public domain.
Paraphrase some other’s ideas but provide a citation to the original source
Avoid copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit.