Sri Vani Degree Anantapuramu started teaching the B.Sc. (statistics) course in the session 1999-2000. The Department of Statistics was initially situated in the Main building of the college. The department, as part of its quality teaching, makes use of models, charts, LCD projector andcollection of subject-related news clippings. Class seminars, group discussions, quiz programmes andspecial guest lectures by university professors also form part of effective teaching and learning.
The department is maintaining a departmental library to enable the students to utilize theknowledge resource for their academic advancement. There is a laboratory, where advanced scientificcalculators are used to enable the students to have good exposure to data collection, samplingtechniques, statistical quality control etc. The lab is also utilized to introduce to the students theresearch potential areas like operations research, stochastic processes and statistical quality control.To build-up statistical skills and abilities and expose them to the application part of the subject,the students are encouraged to collect data from various sources including newspapers and analyse it byapplying the statistical techniques. With this kind of employment orientation many of our students aretrained to face interviews, so as to earn placements in reputed companies.The department is also extending academic support to BCOM,BBA and the PG departments ofMBA,MCA, Bio-Technology and Commerce including the Department of Statistics.
Apart from academicpursuits, the teachers have also taken interest in the matters of advising the students on higher studiesand career building, personal and financial including health problems. It has been inculcating interest inthe student community a sense of social responsibility.
“Education for all and Quality education at affordable cost”.
“To bring out the best in each and every student and motivate them to carve their
path in contemporary society emboldened with knowledge and skills, keeping morality and
ethics as underlying forces”.