The RVR & JC College of Engineering has commissioned the E-Learning Centre in the Cyber Block at estimated cost of Rs. 80 lakh. The centre has a seating capacity of 76 participants. Some of the salient features of the E-Classroom are:

  • Multi-point presentation capability
  • Integrated multimedia systems for audio and video presentations
  • Computers for all the paticipants / students
  • Internet facility to all the participants / students
  • Video conferencing facility
  • Availability UGC Learning Television Channels like Gyan Darshan

The E-classroom has equipment from major blue chip companies such as HP Compaq Computers, Cisco, Seinheiser and Creston Controls. However, it is not only the individual components that are impressive, but also the collective capability of this equipment to provide a truly next generation classroom for the teachers and the students.

The E-classroom is used for the following purposes at present:

  • Training programs for faculty members
  • Video conferencing
  • Guest lectures from experts for staff and students
  • Preview of recorded expert lectures from IITs
  • Regular class work

The following hardware is available in the e-classroom.

  • 76 HP Compaq 6000 Pro series desktop computers for participants / students
  • Four 24-port Cisco Catalyst 2960 Switches for networking
  • Four Seinheiser Cordless Microphones for speakers
  • One Creston Controls PLC for complete automation of the E-learning centre
  • One Sanyo LCD projector for presentation
  • One Samsung DVD player for playing DVD / VCDs
Hardware Configuration Software Configuration
HP Compaq 6000 Pro Small Form Factor Systems - 76

Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @ 3.16GHz

4 GB DDR2 RAM, 180GB Hard Disk

HP PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse

15'' HP LCD Monitors

10/100 Mbps Ethernet Connectivity

Windows 7 Professional
Apache Tomcat 5.5
BEA WebLogic Server 9.1
C-Free Standard
JCreator LE
Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
NetBeans IDE 6.5
Oracle Client
Rational Rose Enterprise Edition 2003
VLC Media Player

Ubuntu 9.10 - the Karmic Koala
LAMP Stack
Eclipse IDE
Qt4 Designer
NetBeans IDE 6.7
VMWare Player
Sun Open Office 3.1
VLC Media Player
GIMP Image Editor