Students Learning Levels

Students Learning Levels

Students Learning Levels

The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organises

special Programmes for advanced learners and slow learners

RV Institute of Technology (RVIT), Guntur, Andra Pradesh gives paramount importance to the student community in providing them learning skills. It caters the demands and the needs of the students who come from diverse socio-economic backgrounds and different media of instruction both in school and college. Our CHEC provides financial support for the economically weaker students.

Students are classified into various groups based on their performance and competence in the previous examinations such as intermediate and the rank obtained through EAMCET, the entrance examination which is conducted by the government of Andhra Pradesh for admission into the 1st year Engineering course.

The institution is located in the sprawling campus with magnificent ambience with advanced facilities comprising hostel, canteen, gymnasium, open auditorium, playground, administrative office, grievance redressed cell, anti-ragging committee, library along with laboratories, Yoga Centre.

Induction programme:

As a part of introducing the institute and the teaching staff, the Management will arrange an induction programme for the newly joined 1st year students of Engineering.

The Principal of the campus will address the gathering which includes the stakeholders like students, parents, guardians, faculty and the supporting staff.

Counselling system:

As the fresher’s (1st year students) are new to the campus, they must be guided properly in advance once they take admission. The dos and don’ts are also instructed by the mentors. The mentor-mentee association is much needed for the growth of the personalities of the students. A senior teaching faculty act as the mentor and he/she shall be allotted 20 students, so that the pupils get motivated and inspired for their academic progress.

Slow learners:

The students are classified into two group’s i.e., slow learners and Advanced learners. Special   compensatory classes are arranged for the betterment of the students especially for those who are very dull and slow in the learning process. During evening times, especially between 4:00 and 5:00 PM remedial classes are arranged so that the slow learners become a part of regular class activity. The HOD will monitor the sessions.

Special focus is laid on slow learners by giving Assignment questions and previous years external question

The students who distinguish themselves in academics by securing more than 70% marks come under   of the Advanced Learners. We are providing cash prize or awards to toppers and also, we are displaying toppers in notice board. They are advised and guided to undertake additional courses viz., ORACLE.

They are also encouraged to register for certain courses for their academic and professional exposure. An opportunity is provided for advanced learners to be a part of Seminars, Conferences, Workshops, industrial visits, CRT Classes and APSSDC

Advance and Slow Learners