Dr. I. Rajasri Reddy, as the Principal of SRITW has always been a proactive person and involved in all the activities of the College. She has always evinced great involvement with the SRITW family. She displays a keen interest in the affairs of the college and being a student friendly person is avidly in the academic progress of the students and staff.

Dr.I.Rajasri Reddy joined as a principal in 2017. She was awarded Ph.D in the area of Mechanical engineering from JNTUH and M.Tech in Design Engineering with gold medal from Kakatiya University. She has 17 Years of teaching experience and successfully guided many students for their UG & PG projects. She completed and received IIEECP (IUCEE International Engineering Educators Certification program) by IUCEE (Indo-Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education). She has authored 2 text books, filed 3 patents, published more than 25 papers in International, National journals and conferences. She is a reviewer for many National and International Journals. She is a life member of ISTE, MIE and IACSIT. Her area of research is Design Engineering (Epicyclical Gear Trains).

Dr. I. Rajasri Reddy

Principal’s Message

Warm greetings to all my students. Welcome to Sumathi Reddy Institute of Technology for Women (SRITW). Basic Education consists of reading, comprehending, writing, and speaking. Professional education specializes a person in a subject, with the skills required for becoming a professional. A professional with good subject knowledge and skill set is what we leant from each student.

At SRITW, we believe in giving a complete education by concentrating on all these aspects of professional building. We have been continuously improving the quality of education by insisting various activities like language development, student discipline, and sports.

The college has been continuously training the faculty members to maintain high standards of classroom delivery. Efforts are also in made for improving the student skills by offering some skill oriented courses for the students.