Best Practices

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Social Relevance and Self Reliance

Self Reliance:

G-APT (GRIET Automation Projects Team)

Automation projects using new technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) will find applications in all branches of engineering including Civil and Mechanical. Some automation projects and products have been implemented by ECE as well as by other departments. The team handles automation projects in a holistic manner that are typically multi-disciplinary in nature and involve many groups in the design, testing and deployment stages. Campus wide automation projects such as garden irrigation, energy and water consumption monitoring and location specific dynamic displays are taken up by the group as college demonstration projects that will showcase our capabilities in applying new technologies for real world problems.


GRIET ECE has been recognized by IETE (Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers), GRSS (Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society), ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association )and IE (Institution of Engineers) student chapters where various events are conducted periodically.

Social Relevance:


GRIETINK is a platform for innovations at school Vidyadayani Vidyalayam at Ghattuppal village, Nalgonda District,Telangana. An outreach initiative by GRIET to facilitate teaching in technology to school children in rural areas. It provides technical platform to ignite their thoughts and transform their ideas into impactful products.


NSS wing of GRIET has been organized by the department of ECE headed by Dr T.Padma, Associate Dean, Green Campus along with Mrs A.Lavanya, Assistant Professor and students Shaik Noushad Ahmed (President, III year ECE), Yathiendra Vunnam (Vice President , IV Year ECE).


GRIET Community Radio


A critical component in the plant growing process is a proper potting mix. Potting mix consists of garden soil, coco peat, vermi compost, cow dung, leaf mold, and small quantities of neem cake and bone meal. With the proper proportions maintained and good ingredients used, quality potting mix is much in demand. The social initiative planned is to mix batches of potting mix and pack them into convenient 10 kg bags and offer them at a rate lesser than the prevailing market rate. As part of this initiative a batch of 500 kg of potting mix was made and filled into 10kg bags. The batch was prepared against an order from ‘Poudhe Se Pyar’ (PSP), a green initiative among the citizens of W Marredpally with focus on encouraging children to take an interest in gardening. Representatives of PSP took delivery of the batch on 09/10/2020.The scheme is headed by Dr N Swetha, HOD, ECE with support from Sri KNB Kumar and Sri A Radhanand, Sri K. Jamal.


The normal Indian kitchen daily generates waste – peelings, trimmings and other throwaways – which generally get thrown into the dustbin but can be converted into valuable soil and liquid fertilizer for your plants by using the kitchen composter. The composter consists of a two compartment unit, one on top of the other. The top container has a lid and a bottom with holes drilled and covered with a mesh. The kitchen waste is put into this top compartment. The top compartment is inserted into the bottom compartment. Liquid manure drips into and is collected in the bottom compartment. This compartment is fitted with a tap to conveniently drain out the liquid manure and use it for our plants. Used paint buckets or curd buckets can be converted into kitchen composters. We plan to produce these kitchen composters and distribute them to enthusiastic gardeners to help them ‘go green’ with support from the (GRIET Garden Group) team. A later plan is to have a motorized stirrer that will make the stirring process easier.

Street Cause

Street Cause (“Life without cause is like life without an effect) and Green Campus.

IOT Enabled Garden

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