Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 113

PREFACE

SGSITS, the premier institute in technical education has paved its way over 60 years to achieve Academic Excellence through untiring efforts of its well-recognized faculty members. Today, in this vibrant commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, it attracts brilliant and top-ranking students at U.G. & P.G. levels from across the country for its 10 Under Graduate and 22 Post Graduate Programmes in disciplines which are contemporary, challenging and rewarding.

Our students excel in IES, IAS and qualify GRE, TOFEL, NET and GATE examinations. Large number of students are selected through Campus Interviews. This position have been achieved through industrial interaction, research environment, personality development initiatives, sports, library, and keen interest of students in their studies and participation in activities of professional bodies like IEEE, IE(I), ISTE, IGS, IWRS, ASE, IPA, IHPA, APTI, SAE, IIIE etc.

This prospectus contains information about the various undergraduate and postgraduate progammes: their eligibility and admission procedure, evaluation methodology with grading system, and general information about training and placement, hostels, and anti-ragging. The prospectus also includes brief description of various departments with specializations and centers. Information about student involvement in various extra-curricular activities along with R&D and Industry interaction is also presented in this prospectus. Towards the end, information regarding institutional and administrative setup is also presented.

Prof. Sudhir S. Bhadauria

Director

VISION A front-line institute in Science &Technology making significant contribution to human resource development

VISION A front-line institute in Science &Technology making significant contribution to human resource development envisaging dynamic needs of the society. MISSION To generate experts in Science &Technology relevant to society for its accelerated socio- economic growth in professional and challenging environment, imparting human values. QUALITY POLICY To pursue global standards of excellence in all our endeavors namely, teaching, research, consultancy and continuing education and to remain accountable in our core and support functions through processes of self-evaluation and continuous improvement. CORE VALUES

- Develop human resources to serve the nation

- Recognition of teaching as a unifying activity

- Nurture integrity, creativity and academic freedom

- Retain a willingness to experiment with new paradigm

OBJECTIVES

- To educate and train Under Graduate and Post Graduate level professionals who can become leaders in the field of Engineering and Technology.

- To use torsional and modern instructional techniques and technology to the best advantage in the delivery system so as to enrich students in achieving their education and professional goals.

- To provide educational opportunities to persons already employed or engaged in business, by allowing them pursue Part-Time Degree/Distance Education Programs without interrupting their careers and without any compromise on the quality of education.

CONTENTS

Preface

 

i

Vision, Mission, Quality Policy, Core Values and Objectives

 

ii

Contents

 

iii

List of Tables

 

vi

1. ABOUT THE INSTITUTE

 

01

2. COURSES OFFERED AND THEIR ELIGIBILITY

 

03

 

2.1

UG COURSES: BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (B.E.) and BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM.)

03

   

2.1.1 Eligibility

for

B

E/B

Pharma

regular

courses

under

05

various categories

 
   

2.1.2 Examination and online counseling process for B.E. / B. Pharm. courses

05

   

2.1.3 Admission against Non Resident Indian (NRI) Seats

 

05

   

2.1.4 Eligibility

and

counseling

process

for

admission

in

06

second year (lateral entry) for Diploma pass students

   

2.1.5 B.E. (Part Time)

 

07

 

2.2

THE POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

 

08

   

2.2.1 Master of Engineering / Technology (M.E / M.Tech.)

 

08

   

2.2.2 Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm.)

 

10

   

2.2.3 Master of Science (M. Sc.)

 

11

   

2.2.4 Admission Process

 

11

   

2.2.5 Online registration and Off Campus Counseling

 

11

   

2.2.6 Cancellation of Admission

 

13

   

2.2.7 Admission of Selected Candidates

 

13

   

2.2.8 Screening test/Written Test / Counseling

 

14

   

2.2.9 PG Scholarships

 

19

   

2.2.10 MCA Programme

 

20

   

2.2.11 MBA Programme

 

20

 

2.3

Ph. D. PROGRAMME

 

20

3. FEE STRUCTURE

 

21

 

3.1

B.E., B.E. PTDC and B. Pharm.

 

21

 

3.2

M.E., M. Tech., M.Sc. and M. Pharm.

 

23

 

3.3

MCA and MBA (Self Finance Programmes)

 

25

 

3.4

Ph. D.

26

 

3.5

Hostel Fees for UG & PG

 

27

4. EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

 

28

 

4.1

Promotion to Higher Semester and Year in B.E./B.E. (PTDC)/ B.Pharm

28

 

4.2

Promotion to Higher Sem. and Year in M.E./M. Tech./MCA

30

 

4.3

Promotion to Higher Semester and Year in M. Pharm.

31

 

4.4

Award of Credits and Grade

32

 

4.5

Condonation of Deficiency in B. E./B. E. (PTDC)/ B. PHARM.

35

 

4.6

Condonation of Deficiency [M.E. /M.Tech./ MCA/ M.Pharma]

35

 

4.7

Award of Division

35

 

4.8

Duration of Course

36

 

4.9

Merit List

36

 

4.10

Attendance

37

 

4.11

Medium of Instruction and Examination

37

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

 

38

6. HOSTELS

 

41

7. GENERAL RULES, CODE OF CONDUCT AND ANTI-RAGGING

44

INFORMATION

 
 

7.1

General Rules, Code of Conduct

44

 

7.2

Anti-Ragging Information

45

8.

DEPARTMENTS WITH SPECIALIZATIONS AND CENTERS

48

 

8.1

CIVIL ENGINEERING & APPLIED MECHANICS DEPARTMENT

48

   

8.1.1 M.E. (Civil) Specializing in Structural Engg.

49

   

8.1.2 M.E. (Civil) Specializing in Water Resource Engg.

49

   

8.1.3 M.Tech. (Environmental Engg.)

50

   

8.1.4 M.E.(Civil)Specializing in Transportation Engg.

51

 

8.2

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

51

   

8.2.1 M.E. (Mechanical) Specializing in Tribology and Maintenance Engineering

52

   

8.2.2 M.E. (Mechanical) Specializing in CAD/CAM/CAE

53

 

8.3

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

53

   

8.3.1 M.E. (Electrical) Specializing in Power Electronics

54

   

8.3.2 M.E. (Electrical) Specializing in Digital Techniques and Instrumentation

54

 

8.4

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

55

DEPARTMENT

 

8.5

ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGG. DEPARTMENT

56

 

8.6

COMPUTER ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

57

 

8.7

INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

58

   

8.7.1

M. E. in Industrial Engineering and Management

59

   

8.7.2. M. E. in Computer Integrated Manufacturing

59

 

8.8

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

61

 

8.9

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

62

 

8.10

MANAGEMENT STUDIES

64

 

8.11

BIO-MEDICAL ENGINEERING

65

 

8.12

PHARMACY DEPARTMENT

65

   

8.12.1

M. Pharm. (Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

67

   

8.12.2. M. Pharm. (Industrial Pharmacy)

67

 

8.13

APPLIED PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

67

   

8.13.1

M. Tech. (Optoelectronics)

68

 

8.14

APPLIED CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT

69

 

8.15

APPLIED MATHEMATICS & COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE DEPT.

70

 

8.16

CENTRAL LIBRARY

70

 

8.17

CENTRAL WORKSHOP

72

 

8.18

COMPUTER CENTER

73

 

8.19

LANGUAGE LAB

73

9. TRAINING AND PLACEMENT CELL

74

10. STUDENT ACTIVITY

76

 

10.1

PROFESSIONAL STUDENT CLUB ACTIVITIES

76

   

10.1.1 IETE Student forum and SRC Club

76

   

10.1.2 SAE Collegiate Club

76

 

10.2

CULTURAL AND LITEARY ACTIVITIES

77

 

10.3

SPORTS COMPLEX AND CENTRAL GYMNASIUM

81

11. R&D AND INDUSTRY INTERACTION

83

 

11.1

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS

83

 

11.2

DOCTORATE AWARDED TO FACULTY

83

 

11.3

R&D PROJECTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

84

APPENDIX: INSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SETUP

89

 

A1

Governing Body

89

 

A2

Administrative Setup

89

 

A3

Institutional Setup

91

 

B

Department wise list of Teaching and Non Teaching Staff

93

 

C

List of Non Teaching Staff in Other Departments

103

List of Tables

Table

Description

Page

No

No

1

Sanctioned Seats of B.E. / B. Pharm.

4

2

Additional Quota under 600 BE seats and 60 B Pharma seats

4

3

Supernumerary (over and above) seats B. E. and B. Pharm.

4

4

PG Programmes & Seats at SGSITS

15

5

Eligibility for M.E. / M.Tech. Courses

17

6

The fees of various B. E. Regular courses is as follows

21

7

Fees of various B. E. PTDC courses

22

8

Fee for M.E., M. Tech. and M.Sc.

23

9

Fee for M. Pharm.

24

10a

Fee details MCA programme

25

10b

Fee details MBA programme

26

11

Fee details Ph D programme

27

12

List of Applicable Ordinances for Evaluation

28

13

Grading system for various courses

33

14

CGPA score and Divisions

35

15

Course and their maximum duration

36

16

Details on scholarships

39

17

Placement record

75

18

Composition of the Academic Council of the Institute

91

19

Composition of Various Boards of Studies of the Institute

92

20

Composition of the Standing Committee of Academic Council of the Institute

92

1.

ABOUT THE INSTITUTE

Shri G. S. Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS), Indore, was established in 1952 as a Technical institute offering Licentiate and Diploma courses in engineering and was known as “Shri Govindram Seksaria Kala Bhavan”. This Institute came into being as a result of the keen desire expressed by the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to a group of leading Industrialists of the town for establishment of a Technical Institute. An eminent Industrialist of the town, Seth Shri Kudilalji Seksaria, responded by generously donating the initial amount for starting the Institution in the name of his father late Seth Shri Govindram Seksaria. In 1956, it was converted into a Degree college with the course in Civil Engineering and its name was changed to Shri G. S. Technological Institute, Indore. Subsequently, with the introduction of M.Sc. courses in Applied Sciences, the name of the Institute was changed to its present name to reflect the broad new perspective.

SGSITS is recognized as a leading Institute in the state of Madhya Pradesh and the Western Region consistently during its glorious journey of sixty years. It has been ranked among top 30-40 institutes on National level (including IITs and NITs) by various surveys conducted by independent bodies. Further looking to its credentials, All India council for Technical Education (AICTE) and University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi declared the Institute as autonomous in 1989. Under the autonomous status, the Institute conducts its own examination and recommends the names of the students to the university for the award of degree. From the session 2000-2001 the Institute is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (University of Technology of M.P.) Bhopal. Earlier it was affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore. Persistent efforts are underway to achieve the DEEMED UNIVERSITY status for the Institute.

Presently, the Institute offers Ten UG courses (Regular), four UG courses (Part Time), PG programmes with 22 Specializations, Two Part-Time PG courses in various disciplines under the emerging areas of Engineering, Technology, Applied Sciences, Computer Applications, Management and Pharmacy. The present intake is 690 in B.E. and 60 in B. Pharm. at UG level, and 486 at PG level with a total

strength of students exceeding 3300 at UG level and 1100 at PG level, including PhD scholars. Every year approximately 10 students from different states of the country are also nominated by the Govt. of India for admission to this Institute. The sanctioned faculty strength is 206 which include 34 Professors, 66 Associate Professors and 215 Assistant Professors. The Institute has well qualified faculty members with most of Professors and Associate Professors have Ph. D. degree. The strength of administrative and other supporting staff is about 335. The total land area of the Institute is 35 acres while the building area is 37,687 square meters.

Teaching and related activities of the Institute are performed by various Departments, Centers, and Cells of the Institute. The Departments are: Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Industrial and Production Engineering, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Bio-Medical Engineering, Computer Technology and Applications, Management Studies, Pharmacy, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry and Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences. Various Centers and Cells include Computer centre, Centre for Continuing Education Programme, Training and Placement Cell, Central Workshop and Language Laboratory, and Industry Institute Partnership Cell.

Apart from spacious classrooms and well equipped laboratories, the campus of the Institute encompasses 4 boys hostels with a capacity of about 540 occupants, one girls hostel with a capacity of 350 students, one transit hostel with 24 suits, 44 faculty quarters. Institute has central library which has rich collection of books, reference library and a large number of online and print journals. In addition Institute also houses various amenities such as Play Ground, Gymnasium with modern equipments, Indoor sports complex, Guest House, Branch of Oriental Bank of Commerce, office of Institution of Engineers Co-operative Stores, Canteen, Dispensary, and Office of SGSITS Alumni Association.

2.

COURSES OFFERED AND THEIR ELIGIBILITY

2.1 UG COURSES: BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (B.E.) and BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARMA.)

The state government of M.P. has introduced Pre-Engineering and

Pharmacy Test (PEPT) since 1981 for candidates desirous to seek admission to

State Engineering Colleges. Those candidates who qualify in the examination are

offered admission through online distributive counseling, conducted by Director

Technical Education (DTE) M. P. Bhopal. The date of availability and cost of

application form, the last date of submission of the form, the examination fee,

the date of examination and other details are announced by VYAVSAYIK

PARIKSHA MANDAL (VYAPAM), Bhopal in leading newspapers of the state (please

refer VYAPAM website for the same).

The Institute offers a four years (8 semesters) Bachelor of Engineering

programme in the following Branches: (i) Civil Engineering (CE) (ii) Electrical

Engineering (EE) (iii) Mechanical Engineering (ME) (iv) Electronics and

Telecommunication Engineering (E &TC) (v) Computer Science and Engineering

(CS) (vi) Industrial and Production Engineering (IP) (vii) Electronics and

Instrumentation Engineering (EI) (viii) Information Technology (IT) (ix) Biomedical

Engineering (BM). Institute also offers B. Pharma. four year degree course. The

sanctioned intake is presented in table 1. Please note reservation as per MP Govt.

rules apply (SC 16% ST 20% and OBC 14%). Additional Quota for B. E. /B. Pharma.

seats and supernumerary seats are mentioned in table 2 and table 3 respectively.

For details about rules and regulations, seat breakup, reservation rules,

formats for various certificates please refer PEPT rule book available and

(Director and of Technical Education) DTE and VYAPAM website. The rules and

other norms mentioned in this section are subject to change as per guidelines

issued by DTE (MP) and VYAPAM Bhopal. Students are therefore advised to refer

DTE and VYAPAM website for updated norms.

Table 1: Sanctioned Seats of B.E. / B. Pharma.

Course

Intake

Eligibility

Criteria

B.E. Bio Medical Engineering

60

As per PEPT

B.E. Civil Engineering

120

As per PEPT

B.E. Computer Science and Engineering

90

As per PEPT

B.E. Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

90

As per PEPT

B.E. Electrical Engineering

60

As per PEPT

B.E. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

60

As per PEPT

B.E. Industrial and Production Engineering

60

As per PEPT

B.E. Information Technology

90

As per PEPT

B.E. Mechanical Engineering

60

As per PEPT

B. Pharma.

60

As per PEPT

Table 2: Additional Quota under 690 BE seats and 60 B Pharma seats

Seats

Quota

Eligibility Criteria

NRI (5% of BE & B Pharma seats)

35

(BE = 32 & B Pharma. = 03) Refer DTE website for details

NCC B Cert. (2% of BE seats only)

15

(BE = 14 & B Pharma. = 01) Refer DTE website for details

Table 3: Supernumerary (over and above) seats B. E. and B. Pharma.

Seats

Quota

Eligibility Criteria

Remarks

Lateral entry (20% in each branch)

144

As per Vyapam

B. E.(138) & B. Pharma. (12)

Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) Scheme (5% in each branch)

30+3

Through PEPT

B. E. (30) & B. Pharma. (3)

=33

Refer DTE website for details

   

Direct through

CS(14)+EC(14)+EI(9)+IP(4)

PIO/FN/Gulf seats

41

Instt. Counseling

Nominees from other states

10

GOI seats

Direct through DTE

National Bravery Award (Comp. Engg. only)

01

Direct GOI

As per DTE website

J&K Migrated

01

Through PEPT

As per DTE website

2.1.1

Eligibility for B E/B Pharma regular courses under various categories

1. Minimum qualification for admission to the first year B.E. shall be the

qualifying Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) scheme with

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (also securing pass marks in these three subjects individually) conducted by M.P. Board of Secondary Education or an equivalent examination from a recognized Board/University.

2. Candidates who have qualified the Diploma course in related branch of

engineering from M.P. Board of Technical Education, Bhopal or equivalent shall also be eligible for admission to first semester of B.E. course through online off campus counseling conducted by DTE Bhopal.

3. Non-Resident

Indian

(N

R

I)

candidates

shall

also

be

eligible

for

admission

to

B.E.

in

accordance

with

directives

of

the

Government of

Madhya

Pradesh,

provided

they

satisfy

the

criterion

of

clause

1

above.

4. The admissions to B.E. course shall be governed by the rules of the

technical education and training department government of Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal and/ or any other competent authority of the state government of Madhya Pradesh.

2.1.2 Examination and online counseling process for B.E. / B. Pharma. courses

Online Off-campus Admission Procedure: In case the decision to conduct online off campus counseling for a particular course is taken by the State Government, then the competent authority declared by the State Government for this purpose, shall finalize the detailed programme and shall make it available on its website declaring its procedure, process of admission and deferent cut off dates. Procedure of Online Off Campus Counseling will be followed as per the regulation published in MP Government Gazette dated 31st July, 2009 (As amended) for Online Off Campus Counseling.

2.1.3 Admission against Non Resident Indian Seats

1. SGSITS have been approved by AICTE, New Delhi for 5% NRI Seats of total

intake capacity. Admission against these seats will be carried out as per the

regulation published in MP Government Gazette dated 19th May, 2011 for

admission against NRI seats "Admission (Reservation to non-resident Indian in

AICTE Approved Courses) Regulations, 2011."

2. Conversion of vacant non - resident Indian seats: Vacant non-resident Indian

seats i.e. unfilled non-resident Indian seats shall be merged into the category of

M.P. domicile candidate seats by competent authority and these seats shall be

filled by competent authority as per the procedure for filling M P domicile

candidate seats.

2.1.4 Eligibility and counseling process for admission in second year (lateral entry) for Diploma pass students

1. As per the guidelines prescribed by AICTE and State Government. The

candidates should be an Indian national. For being eligible to seek lateral entry to:

A degree programme in Engineering at the second year (third

semester) level, a Candidate must have passed the Diploma

examination in appropriate branch of Engineering/Technology from

an Institution recognized by AICTE with minimum marks of 50 percent; OR must

have passed B.Sc. Degree examination from an university recognized by the

university grants commission with a minimum 50 percent marks at and have

passed 12th examination with mathematics.

2.

semester) level, a candidate must have passed diploma.

A

degree

programme

in

Pharmacy

at

the

second

year

(third

3. Maximum 20 percent seats over and above the sanctioned intake

(supernumerary) of previous academic year shall be available for

admission through lateral entry scheme. These seats shall be available for MP

domicile candidates only.

4. Total available seats for lateral entry in each course shall be filled first by

Diploma holders. Candidates who have passed B.Sc. Examination shall be

considered on the seats remaining vacant after giving admission to the diploma

holder

2.1.5 B. E. (Part Time)

The Institute also offers Four Year Part Time Degree Courses, B.E. (Part Time), for providing opportunity to working diploma holders in Mechanical (30 seats), Electrical (30 seats), Industrial and Production (30 seats), Electronics and TC (30 seats) and Civil Engineering (30 seats).

Eligibility: Minimum 50% aggregate marks for General Category applicants and 48% for SC/ST and Physically Handicapped applicants. Applicants are required to produce NOC from the employer in the proscribed format available in the application form.

Reservations as per state government norms apply. The classes for these courses are held in evening (Timings are from 6.00pm to 9.20pm) and these courses are self-financed. The duration of the course is of eight semesters. The admission to these courses is made in January / July every year. The admission criterion, teaching and Examination scheme and Tuition fee for the courses are in accordance with Government ordinance issued in November 1995, and the amendments made from time to time.

Criteria: Merit list is prepared by considering Diploma Theory Marks (DTM) of the Final Diploma Examination and No of years of experience (N) using the following formula:

Merit Marks = 85*DTM+ 1.5*N.

For example is a candidate has obtained 72% in theory in Diploma and has three years of experience. His score will be 85X0.72 + 1.5X3 = 61.2+ 4.5 = 65.7. Merit list is prepared as per this score and admissions are offered in accordance with the number of seats in individual course. 1.5 Maximum marks obtained under experience is 15. For more details contact institute part time office (3pm to

9pm).

2.2 THE POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

2.2.1 MASTER OF ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY/(M.E/M.TECH.) The List of the Courses available with Specializations are given in Table-4. The

Eligibility Criteria for admission is as under:

2.2.1.1 Eligibility Criteria

(i) B.E. /B. Tech. or equivalent with minimum 55% aggregate marks in appropriate

Branch of Engineering/Tech. as mentioned against each course/specialization in

Table-4. Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories will get 10% relaxation in

qualifying marks.

For REGULAR/FULL-TIME Candidates Admission to regular/ full time courses shall be given in following sequence:

(A) GATE Qualified Candidates (Who are eligible to PG Scholarship from AICTE)

General Category/SC/ST/OBC Candidates with valid GATE Score are given admissions on the basis of merit prepared with Valid GATE Score.

(B) NON-GATE Candidates:

Candidates who have appeared in GATE but not qualified (securing less than

minimum qualifying marks), and who have not appeared in GATE, are also

considered for admission on the basis of merit of the written Test conducted by

the Institute/Departments, however without AICTE Scholarship and only if seats

remain vacant after the counselling of GATE qualified candidates as mentioned

above.

2.2.1.2

Duration of all courses:

REGULAR - 2 Years (4 Semesters) PART TIME - 3 Years (6 Semesters)

2.2.1.3 Number of seats available: Number of seats available in each course/

specialization are given in Table-5. GATE qualified (Non Sponsored) candidates

shall be eligible to get Scholarship@ Rs.8000/- Per month, if approved by AICTE,

New Delhi. Scholarship shall be provided by AICTE, New Delhi to the students by

direct cash transfer for which student shall need to register on AICTE web portal.

Few NONGATE candidates shall also be eligible for scholarship @ Rs. 8000/- per

month, under TEQIP grant of World Bank, number and criteria of which will be

finalized by the Institute administration.

2.2.1.4 Allocation/ Reservation of seats: 16%, 20% and 14% seats of sanctioned

intake shall be reserved for the candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC (excluding

creamy layer) categories respectively as notified by the state government of

Madhya Pradesh in this regard. SC/ST/OBC Candidates belonging to other states

(Not having Domicile of Madhya Pradesh) shall be considered in Unreserved

Category.

2.2.1.5 Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) Category of Madhya

Pradesh: A candidate claiming to be either of SC or ST category of MP shall have

to produce a certificate from the competent authority declared for this purpose in

Proforma - 1(A) or 1(B).

2.2.1.6 OBC category of Madhya Pradesh: A candidate claiming reservation under

OBC (excluding creamy layer) category shall have to produce a certificate issued

by the competent authority in Proforma 2(A) or 2(B). The candidate should also

bring an income certificate regarding his/her family’s income from the Competent

Authority and stating that his/her parents do not come under creamy layer if OBC

certificate is issued before 30th April, 2011.

2.2.1.7 M. E. / M. Tech. Part Time

M. E. Part Time has started from the year 2012 in two disciplines (i) M E in

Civil Engineering with specialization in Structural Engineering and (ii) M. Tech. in

Micro-Electronics and VLSI. The timings of these courses will be in the evening

from 5.30 to 9.30pm. Applicants should be B.E. /B. Tech. or equivalent with

minimum 55% aggregate marks in appropriate Branch of Engineering/Tech., as

mentioned against each course/specialization in Table-4. Candidates belonging to

SC/ST categories will get 10% relaxation in qualifying marks. Reservation as per

regular courses, apply to part time course also.

For Part time courses the applicant should be working in some teaching,

research or industry for a minimum period of 2 years counted from 1st July of

admission year and has to produce No Objection Certificate from his/her

employer in the prescribed format available in the application form in addition to

other eligibility condition as mentioned in the previous paragraph.

Criteria: Merit list is prepared by considering B E Degree Qualifying Marks

(BTM) and No of years of experience (N) using the following formula:

Merit Marks = 85*BTM+ 1.5*(N-2).

For example is a candidate has obtained 72% in theory in BE and has three

years of experience. His score will be 85X0.72 + 1.5X (3-2) = 61.2+ 1.5 = 62.7.

Merit list is prepared as per this score and admissions are offered in accordance

with the number of seats in individual course.

2.2.2 MASTER OF PHARMACY (M.PHARM.) List of the Courses available with Specializations are given in Table-4. The Eligibility Criteria for admission is as under:

2.2.2.1 Eligibility Criteria:

(i) B. Pharm. or equivalent with minimum 60% aggregate marks. The course

should

belonging to SC/ST categories will get 10% relaxation in qualifying marks.

(ii)

sequence:

by AICTE and pharmacy Council of India. Candidates

be

approved

to

Admissions

these

courses

in regular category are given in following

(A) GPAT Qualified Candidates (Who are eligible to PG Scholarship from AICTE)

General Category/SC/ST/OBC Candidates with valid GPAT Score are given

admissions on the basis of merit prepared with Valid GPAT Score.

(B) NONGPAT Candidates

Candidates who have appeared in GPAT but not qualified (securing less than

minimum qualifying marks), and who have not appeared in GPAT, are also

considered for admission on the basis of merit of the written Test conducted by

the Institute/Departments, however without Scholarship and only if seats remain

vacant after the counselling of GPAT qualified candidates as mentioned above.

2.2.2.2 Duration of all courses: 2 Years (4 Semesters)

2.2.2.3

Number of seats available: Number of seats available in each course/

specialization are given in Table-4. GPAT qualified candidates shall be eligible to

get Scholarship@ Rs.8000/- Per Month, if approved by AICTE, New Delhi.

Scholarship shall be provided by AICTE, New Delhi to the students by direct cash

transfer for which student shall need to register on AICTE web portal.

2.2.2.4 Allocation/ Reservation of seats:

refer para 2.2.2.1.

2.2.3 MASTER OF SCIENCE (M. Sc.)

Admission to M.Sc. courses are given (Without Scholarship).

For details about reservation of seats

in Regular (Non Sponsored) category

2.2.3.1 Eligibility Criteria:

B.Sc. degree (10+2+3 Stream) in appropriate discipline with minimum 45% marks.

2.2.3.2 Duration of courses: 2 years (4 Semesters)

2.2.3.3 No. of seats available:

Table-4.

Number of seats available in each course given in

2.2.3.4 Selection Criteria: As per the merit based on Written Test Marks. Written

Test will consist of objective type/short answer type questions based on the

unified B.Sc. syllabi of the corresponding subject. For Written Test Schedule: Refer

institute website from time to time.

2.2.4 ADMISSION PROCESS

Admission to M.E./M.TECH./M.PHARM./M.Sc. Courses shall be governed by the

rules of RGPV Bhopal or DAVV, Indore whichever is applicable, and Technical

Education & Skill Development Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh,

Bhopal. Admission process will be completed in following steps:

2.2.5 ONLINE REGISTRATION AND OFF CAMPUS COUNSELLING

2.2.5.1 Registration: Online registration and payment of registration fee Rs.

1250/- will be done through www.sgsitsindore.in from the pre-specified date. This

includes online registration and non-refundable counselling fee.

The Candidates will fill up the choice for Course/Branch in order of the preference which shall not be changed during/after counselling. It is therefore suggested that the choice should be given carefully and locked before payment of counselling fee. Please refer Table-4 for Eligible courses.

2.2.5.2 Off campus Counselling: First round of Off Campus counselling will take place for Candidates with valid GATE/GPAT Score. In case of equal GATE score of two or more candidates rank will be decided on the basis of Date of Birth (older will get preference).

1. Schedule of declaration of Merit list will be announced on the portal

2. Course wise merit list and waiting lists shall be placed on Institute’s web site www.sgsitsindore.in, through which candidate will have an idea of his/her standing for probable admission in a particular branch. Candidates selected in different lists shall be provisionally admitted as per schedule indicated on the portal. Admission to waiting list candidates shall be confirmed as the vacancy is created in respective courses.

3. If all the candidates will not take admission and seats remain vacant, further lists, if available, shall be declared.

4. Candidates of M.E./M.TECH./M.PHARM. courses shall be required to deposit Rs. 30000/- as part of first semester fee, while candidates of M.Sc. courses shall be required to deposit Rs. 15000/- as part of first semester fee, at the time of counseling for their admission, through demand draft in favor of Director, SGSITS, Indore payable at Indore. A detail of Fee is given in Chapter 3. All admitted candidates will have to complete registration formalities through CRISP ONLINE by opening an account in Oriental Bank of Commerce before a specified date and balance amount of first semester fee will be required to be deposited, failing which the admission is liable to be cancelled.

5. Reserved Category seats will be converted to other Category as per rule during the counselling, if no candidate is available in that category.

6. If seats remain vacant after first round of counselling, Second counselling will take place for the NONGATE/NONGPAT candidates. This shall be done on common merit of written test conducted at the Institute. In the second

counselling, all the available seats shall be presumed to be under unreserved seats and the allotment shall be made accordingly on the basis of a joint merit list of candidates of all categories. 7. If seats remain vacant after second counselling, Third counselling will be college level counselling on common merit basis in the sequence of valid GATE/GPAT score, marks of written test and degree percentage marks of qualifying examination.

2.2.6 Cancellation of Admission: If a candidate gets his/her admission cancelled

prior to 7 days before the last date of admission, then the amount paid by candidate as admission fee will be refunded back after deducting 10% from the

deposited amount. Only caution money shall be refunded to the candidates who cancel admission after this period.

2.2.7 Admission of Selected Candidates: List of candidates selected for admission

in first round of counseling along with the waiting list will be displayed on Institute’s website. The candidate will be required to deposit the fee and complete the formalities for registration in the institute as per the schedule.

1. If the candidate does not get registered within stipulated time, his/her admission shall be considered cancelled and the eligible candidates from the waiting lists will be offered admission against vacant seats as per the schedule. Such candidates from the next list, therefore, are required to report before stipulated time on the scheduled dates, failing which their candidature will be treated as cancelled.

2. At the time of admission, the Candidate shall give choice for Course/Branch upgradation, which shall be performed during/after counselling as per rule.

3. The candidate should report to the PG Section of the Institute along with following original documents, two photographs and two sets of attested photocopies of all the documents, for the registration:

(i)

Original GATE/GPAT Score Card (wherever applicable).

(ii)

Proof of Date of Birth (like Certificate/Marksheet of HSC/HSSC

Examination)

(iii)

Qualifying Degree

(iv)

Mark sheets of all the years of qualifying degree.

(v)

Caste Certificate (in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates as per formats given

in annexure).

(vi) Candidates who have acquired B.E. degree from a self financed

Institution (out of M.P.) are required to submit the proof about AICTE

approval of the Institute from the Head of the concerned Institution.

(vii) Transfer Certificate and Character Certificate from the Principal of the

College last attended (may be submitted within 15 days after admission).

(viii) Migration Certificate (may be submitted within 15 days after

admission).

(ix) NCC ‘C’ Certificate, if applicable.

The full fee to be deposited by different courses or categories of candidates at the time of registration is given in chapter 3

2.2.8 SCREENING TEST/WRITTEN TEST / COUNSELING

NO SEPARATE CALL LETTER WILL BE SENT TO THE CANDIDATES FOR ATTENDING TEST. Information shall be available on web site www.sgsitsindore.in of the Institute. Applicants are required to visit Institute’s web site regularly during admission/counseling period.

1. The candidates should report to the office of respective Head of the Department. No TA/DA will be admissible for attending test.

2. The candidate, who has appeared this year in the qualifying examination, will also be considered, for Admission. However, if selected for admission, such candidate will be admitted provisionally, subject to condition that:

(i) He/she will submit the original Mark sheet/Degree of the qualifying

examination before a pre-specified date.

(ii) He/she will meet the eligibility criteria.

The commencement of the classes for all P.G courses (M.E. /M. Tech. /M. Pharm. /M. Sc.) will be announced on the website Please note that M.Sc. Courses are affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore. The Institute reserves the right to admit less no. of candidates than the approved seats, depending upon infrastructure and facilities available for running any particular course.

TABLE 4: PG PROGRAMMES & SEATS AT SGSITS

I.

MASTER

OF

ENGINEERING/

MASTER

OF

TECHNOLOGY/

MASTER

OF

PHARMACY

(M.E/M.TECH./M.PHARM./M.Sc.) REGULAR (FULL TIME)

S.

Department

Course/Specialization

For Eligibility, Qualifying Degree should be in

No. of Seats (50% UR, 14% OBC, 16%SC, 20%ST and 1% lateral for NCC ‘C’ Cert., As per State Govt. norms)

No.

1

Civil

M.

E. CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

Engineering

&

STRUCTURAL

   

Applied

ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering

25

Mechanics

WATER RESOURCE ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering / Agricultural Engineering / B.Sc.(Engineering) Agricultural

25

TRANSPORTATION

Civil Engineering

25

ENGINEERING

M.

TECH. ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING

 

ENVIRONMENT

Civil / Mechanical / Electrical / Agricultural Engineering

25

ENGINEERING

2.

Electrical

M.

E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

 

Engineering

POWER

Electrical / Electrical & Electronics Engineering

25

ELECTRONICS

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION

Electrical / Electrical & Electronics / Electronics & Instrumentation /Biomedical Engineering

25

3.

Industrial

and

M.

E .PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

 

Production

COMPUTER

Industrial & Production / Mechanical / Metallurgy / Automobile / Industrial Engineering

18

Engineering

INTEGRATED

MANUFACTURING

M.

E.

Any Branch of Engineering

25

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND

MANAGEMENT

4.

Computer

M .E .COMPUTER ENGINEERING

 

Engineering

COMPUTER

Computer Engineering / Computer Science Engineering / Information Technology

25

ENGINEERING

5.

Electronics.&

M .E. ELECTRONICS.& COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

Telecommunica

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

Electronics & Telecommunication / Electronics & communication

18

tion

Engineering

TABLE 4: PG PROGRAMMES & SEATS AT SGSITS Continued…

6.

Mechanical

M.

E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

Engineering

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

Mechanical / Mining / Metallurgy / Industrial & Production / Automobile Engineering

25

CAD/CAM/CAE*

Mechanical Engineering

30

7.

Electronics

&

M.

TECH. ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION

 

Instrumentation

MICRO ELECTRONICS & VLSI DESIGN*

Electrical / Electrical & Electronics / Electronics & Telecommunication / Electronics & Instrumentation

25

Engineering

8.

Applied Physics

M.

TECH. OPTO ELECTRONICS

 

OPTO ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

Electronics & Telecommunication / Electronics & Instrumentation / Electrical Engineering, or M.Sc. Physics / App. Physics / Electronics

25

9.

Pharmacy

M.

PHARM.

MEDICINAL & PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

B.

Pharm.

10

INDUSTRIAL

B.

Pharm.

10

PHARMACY*

 

II.

MASTER OF ENGINEERING/ MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (M.E/M.TECH.) SPONSORED (PART TIME)

1

Civil

M.

E.

Engineering

&

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (PART TIME)*

   

Applied

Civil Engineering

18

Mechanics

2.

Electronics

&

M.

TECH.

Instrumentation

MICRO ELECTRONICS & VLSI DESIGN (PART TIME)*

Electrical / Electrical & Electronics / Electronics & Telecommunication /

Electronics & Instrumentation

18

Engineering

III. MASTER OF SCIENCE (M. Sc.)

S.

Deptt.

Course/Specialization

For

Eligibility,

No. of Seats (50% UR, 14% OBC, 16%SC, 20%ST)

No.

Qualifying Degree

should be in

1.

Applied

M.Sc. Applied Physics

Appropriate Subjects

13

Physics

2.

Applied

M.Sc.

Applied

Appropriate Subjects

13

Chemistry

Chemistry

3.

Applied

M.Sc. Applied Maths. (i) Computer Science

Appropriate Subjects

13

Mathematics

Note:*This is a Self Financed course,

TABLE 5 : Eligibility for M.E. / M.Tech. Courses

S. No.

Qualification

Branch Passed

Eligible Courses/Branch for ME/M.Tech.

1

B.E./B.Tech.

Civil Engineering

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

WATER RESOURCE ENGINEERING

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

2

B.E./B.Tech.

Electrical Engineering

POWER ELECTRONICS

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

MICRO ELECTRONICS AND VLSI DESIGN

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING

3

B.E./B.Tech.

Mechanical

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

Engineering

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING

CAD/CAM/CAE

4

B.E./B.Tech.

Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

ELECTRONICS.& COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

MICRO ELECTRONICS AND VLSI DESIGN

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

 

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

5

B.E./B.Tech.

Electronics and

MICRO ELECTRONICS AND VLSI DESIGN

Instrumentation

Engineering

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

TABLE 5 : Eligibility for M.E. / M.Tech. Courses continued…

S. No.

Qualification

Branch Passed

ELIGIBLE COURSES/BRANCH FOR ME/M.TECH.

6

B.E./B.Tech.

Computer Engineering

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

7

B.E./B.Tech.

Industrial and

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

Production

Engineering

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

8

B.E./B.Tech.

Agricultural

WATER RESOURCE ENGINEERING

Engineering

ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING

9

B.E./B.Tech.

Metallurgy

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

10

B.E./B.Tech.

Automobile

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

Engineering

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

11

B.E./B.Tech.

Industrial Engineering

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

12

B.E./B.Tech.

Mining

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

13

B.E./B.Tech.

Electrical &

POWER ELECTRONICS

Electronics

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION

Engineering

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

MICRO ELECTRONICS AND VLSI DESIGN

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

TABLE 5 : Eligibility for M.E. / M.Tech. Courses continued…

S. No.

Qualification

Branch Passed

ELIGIBLE COURSES/BRANCH FOR ME/M.TECH.

12

B.E./B.Tech.

Mining

TRIBOLOGY & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

13

B.E./B.Tech.

Electrical &

POWER ELECTRONICS

Electronics

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION

Engineering

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

MICRO ELECTRONICS AND VLSI DESIGN

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

14

B.Sc.

Agriculture

WATER RESOURCE ENGINEERING

(Engineering)

15

M.

Sc.

Physics/ Applied Physics

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

16

M.

Sc.

Electronics

OPTO ELCTRONICS -OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

17

B.E./B.Tech.

Information Technology / Any branch of Engineering

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Eligibility for M. Pharm. Courses

 

18

B. Pharma.

Pharmacy

MEDICINAL & PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY

Eligibility for M.Sc. Courses

 

19

B.Sc.

Appropriate Subjects

M.Sc. Applied Physics

M.Sc. Applied Chemistry

M.Sc. Applied Maths (Computer Science)

2.2.9 PG SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarship of Rs. 8000/- p.m. is given to full time GATE/GPAT qualified students admitted to M.E./ M.Tech./M.PHARM. courses as per AICTE norms and approvals, if approved by AICTE, New Delhi. Scholarship shall be provided by AICTE, New Delhi to the students by direct cash transfer for which student shall need to register on AICTE web portal. Scholarship is paid only after it is received from AICTE, New Delhi.

Few NONGATE candidates shall also be eligible for scholarship @ Rs. 8000/- per month, under TEQIP grant of World Bank, number and criteria of which will be finalized by the Institute administration.

2.2.10

M.C.A PROGRAMME

SGSITS offers Master of Computer Application (MCA) programme with intake of 60 seats. Admission to this program are through VYAPAM. Please refer VYAPAM website for eligibility, schedule of examination, admission process and other details.

2.2.11 M.B.A. PROGRAMME

M.B.A. courses in Financial Management, Marketing Management, and Human Resource Management and Production Management have started from 2012 session onwards with intake of 60 seats. Admission to this program are through DTE Online and courses are affiliated to DAVV Indore. Please refer VYAPAM/DTE website for eligibility, schedule of examination, admission process and other details.

2.3 Ph. D. PROGRAMME

Admission to Ph. D. Programmes in branches of Engineering, Applied Sciences and Pharmacy and Management is offered by the Institute. SGSITS in Research center under RGTU for Engineering and Pharmacy disciplines. For Applied Sciences and Management SGSITS is research center under DAVV. For admission procedure and schedule please refer respective universities.

3.

FEE STRUCTURE

Except for those students admitted under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme

every student, on admission is liable to pay full tuition fee for first semester

irrespective of date of his/her admission or the date of his/her leaving the college,

however 90% of total fees submitted at the time of admission in the institute

may be refunded if admission is withdrawn at least seven days prior to the last

date of admission (as declared by competent authority) in the respective course.

3.1 B. E., B. Pharm. & B. E. (PTDC): The fees of various B. E. Regular courses

and B. Pharmacy are presented in (table 6 and 7). Please note that these fees are

likely to be revised.

Table 6: Yearly fees of B. E. Regular courses & B. Pharmacy for session 2012-13.

   

Tuition

Other

Caution

 

COURSE

Intake

Fees

Fees

Money #

Total

B.

E. - Bio Medical Engg*

60

55000

15800

5000

75800

B.

E. - Civil Engg

120

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Computer Sc & Engg

90

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Electronics & TC Engg

90

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Electrical Engg

60

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Electronics & Instru. Engg

60

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Industrial & Production Engg

60

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

E. - Information Technology*

90

55000

15800

5000

75800

B.

E. - Mechanical Engg

60

30105

15800

5000

50905

B.

Pharmacy

60

31860

15800

5000

52660

*Self Finance Course #Caution money amount refundable after course completion

Breakup of Other Fees per year

 

Instt.

Misc.

Exam.

 

Univ.

     

Exam

fees

Dev.

Fees

Fees

Instt.

Dev.

Fee

Enrolment

Fee**

Fee

(RGPV)

Prospectus

Fee***

Parking

Fee.***

Total

3600

5000

5000

1000

150

550

100

400

15800

**Fees payable once (at the time of admission) for entire course, ***Fees payable once (at the time of admission) for entire course Rs. 500/- extra from other state candidates

Note (1) For NRI candidates: Tuition Fee - US $ 2000 per annum, Institute

development fees - $1000 per annum and The other fees - Rs 11300 per annum

Caution Money: US $1500 (once and refundable).

(2) Under TFW Scheme: Tuition fees will not be charged from all students

admitted under Tuition Fee Wavier (TFW) Scheme, however all other fees will be

applicable.

Table 7: Fees of various B. E. PTDC courses

Registration fees for newly admitted I st year students for the session 2012-13

S.No.

Fee

Ist Year Students

1.

Instt.Caution Money

5000/-

One time payment

2.

Enrolment fee

150/-

-do-

3.

Exam Development fee

500/-

-do-

4.

Prospectus

50/-

-do-

5.

Tution fee

40000/-

Per year

6.

Misc.fee RGPV

550/-

-do-

7.

Instt. Devp.Fee

5000/-

-do-

8.

Exam. Fee

1300/-

Per Semester

9.

Misc.fee(Institute)

1260/-

-do-

 

Total :-

Rs. 53, 810/-

3.2 M.E., M. Tech., M. Sc. and M. Pharm.

The fees of various M. E. / M. Tech. / M. Sc. courses and M. Pharmacy are presented in (table 8 and 9). Please note that these fees are likely to be revised.

Table 8: Fees of various M. E. / M. Tech. and M. Sc.

Sr. No.

Details

GATE/Non GATE Regular for all ME / M. Tech

Regular

GATE/Non GATE Regular for ME Comp. Engg. only

Self Finance

for M.Sc.

Courses#

Courses

1

Tuition Fee

17500

5000

17500

27500

2

Instt. Dev. Fee

2500

2500

2500

5000

3

Incidental Charges

2500

---

2500

5000

4

Instt. Misc. Fee

2500

2500

2500

2500

5

Infra structure Fee

---

---

5000

---

6

Exam Fee

1800

1800

1800

1800

7

Lab Fee

--

--

 

--

Fee payable only once at the time of admission for all courses Regular/Reg. Sp./PT Sp./NG/NGPAT & Self Finance Courses. The Univ. fee will be charged in per annum.

8

Exam Dev. Fee

1000

1000

1000

1000

9

Prospectus Fee

100

100

100

100

10

Parking Stand Fee

400

400

400

400

11

Caution Money (Refundable)

5000

5000

5000

5000

*12

RGPV Misc. Fee. DAVV Misc. Fee.

550

105

550

550

*13

RGPV Enroll. Fees

       
 

from MP

150

 

150

150

 

outside MP

650

 

650

650

 

DAVV Enroll. Fees

 

100

   

Total for Degree from M.P.

34000/-

 

39000/-

49000/-

Total for Degree outside M.P.

34500/-

 

39500/-

49500/-

Total for M.Sc. DAVV

--

18505/-

--

--

#Self finance courses: (i) M. Tech. in Micro Electronics and VLSI regular and Part Time (ii) M. E. in CAD/CAM/CAE (iii) M. E. in Structural Engineering (Part Time)

Table 9: Fees of various M. Pharm. courses

Sr. No.

Details

Regular / Non GPAT

M.

Regular / Non GPAT M. Pharm. Medi. Pharm. Chem.

Pharm.

Ind. Pharm.

(Self Finance Course)

1

Tuition Fee

27500

17500

2

Instt. Devt. Fee

5000

2500

3

Institutional Fee/ Incidental Charges

5000

2500

4

Misc. Fee

2000

2000

5

Library Fee

5000

5000

6

Exam Fee

1800

1800

7

Lab Fee

5000

5000

Fee payable only once at the time of admission for all courses The Univ. fee will be charged per annum (every year)

8

Exam Devp. Fee

1000

1000

9

Prospectus Fee

 

100

100

10

Parking Stand

 

400

400

11

Caution Money (Refundable)

5000

5000

*12

Univ. Misc. Fee (for RGPV)

 

550

550

*13

RGPV Enroll. Fees

 

-

-

 

from MP

 

150

150

 

outside MP

 

650

650

Total for Degree from M.P.

58500/-

43500/-

Total for Degree outside M.P.

59000/-

44000/-

*RGPV Bhopal fee, applicable to those candidate who have acquired qualifying degree from out side of M.P., such type of candidates should submit a separate D.D. of Rs.550/- in favour of Registrar, R.G.P.V., Bhopal and submit the same to PG section in addition to Instt. Fee.

Note : (1) The Incidental charges of Rs.2500/- per semester is not applicable to ME (Environ. Eng) CPHEO sponsored students by MHRD, N.Delhi and ME (Electrical Engg) for QIP sponsored students. They may deposit Instt. Fee like regular candidate as mentioned above. (2) All type of Instt. fee will be accepted in

DD or through Banker’s Cheque in favour of Director, SGSITS, Indore. (3) All students who have acquired qualifying degree from outside of MP, such type of candidates must submit a common DD of Rs.550/- regarding eligibility and immigration fee in favour of Registrar, R.G.P.V., Bhopal and submit the same to PG section at the time of admission for onward transmission. (4) 50% exemption in tuition fee only will be given to the regular employee of the Instt., If eligible as per rules. (5). The exemption in the tuition fee etc. to SC/ST/OBC students those who will seek admission in Non-Gate Category, this exemption will be given as per State Govt. Rules. (6) The exemption in the Tuition fee is only for the regular employee & retired employees of the Institute whose children/ ward are studying in SGSITS (25% class-I, Teaching/Non Teaching, 50% for Class-II employee Teaching/ NonTeaching & 80% class-III/IV employee) Note: this exemption is not applicable to self finance courses .

3.3 MCA and MBA (Self Finance Programmes): The fees of MCA self finance course is as per following table (table 10a&b).

Table 10a: Fee details MCA programme

S.

Details

Period

Degree

Degree

No.

for MP

outside MP

1

Tuition Fees

Per sem.

27500/-

27500/-

2

Caution Money

Once

and

5000/-

5000/-

refundable

3

Exam. Development Fee

Once

1000/-

1000/-

4

Misc fees

Per sem

2500/-

2500/-

5

Institute Dev fees

Per sem

2500/-

2500/-

6

Univ. Misc Fees

Once

in

550/-

550/-

year

7

RGPV Enrollment Fees

Once

150/-

650/-

8

Prospectus

Once

100/-

100/-

9

Parking Stand

Once

400/-

400/-

10

Exam fees

Per sem

1800/-

1800/-

Total

41500/-

42000/-

Less amount paid at the time of counseling

1000/-

1000/-

Fee Payable at time of admission

 

40500/-

41000/-

Table 10b: Fees of M. B. A. courses

Sr. No.

Details

 

Amount

1

Tuition Fee

Per sem.

27500

2

Instt. Dev. Fee

Per sem.

5000

3

Incidental Charges

Per sem.

5000

4

Instt. Misc. Fee

Per sem.

2500

5

Exam Fee

Per sem.

1800

 

Fee payable once at the time of admission

 

6

Exam Dev. Fee

Once

1000

7

Prospectus Fee

Once

100

8

Parking Stand Fee

Once

400

9

Caution Money (Refundable)

Once

5000

*10

DAVV Misc. Fee.

Yearly

105

*11

DAVV Enroll. Fees

Once

100

 

Total Fee

48505/-

 

Less amount deposited at counseling

1000/-

 

Fee payable

47505/-

3.4 Ph. D. The fees of Ph D programme is as per following table (table 11). In case any contractual employee registered for Ph. D. programme in the Institute leaves the Institute before completion of the Ph. D. Programme, he/she has to pay the tuition fee as payable by full time research scholar at prevailing rate for the remaining period of his/her research programme. Candidate working in other educational Institute are required to submit a certificate before the registration in each semester that he/she is still in the employment of that Institute who forwarded his/her application for research programme, for availing exemption in the fee. As per decision of 116 th GB (Dt 22/04/13), regular faculty of SGSITS admitted in 2013-14 and later are exempted from all fees including tuition fees.

Table 11: Fee details Ph D programme

S.

Details

Period

For

DST/

For

other

No.

AICTE/CSIR/MPC

teacher & non

ST

and

similar

teacher

scholars

scholars

1

Tution Fees

Per Sem.

5000/-

 

12500/-

2

Caution Money

Refundable

5000/-

 

5000/-

3

Institute Dev fees

Per Sem.

2500/-

 

2500/-

4

Contingency

Per Sem.

5000/-

 

5000/-

5

Institute Misc Fees during course work

Per Sem

2500/-

 

2500/-

6

Prospectus

Once

100/-

 

100/-

7

Exam. Dev. Fee

Once

1000/-

 

1000/-

8

Parking Fee

Once

400/-

 

400/-

9

University Misc Fee

Once

550/-

 

550/-

Total

22050/-

 

29550/-

3.5 Hostel Fees for UG and PG students

At the time of admission to the Boys/Girls Hostel every student is required to pay

Hostel Caution Money of Rs 5000/- (once and refundable). Mess charges (@Rs

1400/- per month) Rs 7000/- per five months. Hostel charges are Rs 5250/- per

semester per student are detailed as under:

(1)

Registration

Rs 100/-(per year)

(2)

Rent per student per sem.

Rs 1800/-

(3)

Electricity

Rs 1500/-

(4)

Water Charges

Rs 300/-

(5) Electrical maintenance charges

Rs 200/-

(6)

Security and cleaning charges

Rs 850/-

(7) Furniture and civil maintenance

Rs 200/-

(8) Internet maintenance charges

Rs 300/- per computer per sem.

Cooler charges per session (optional) Rs 500/- per sem. Electricity Charges may

vary and are subject to actual consumption.

4.0

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

Under academic autonomy the exams are conducted by the institute, however

the evaluation and result preparation is carried out as per the ordinances of the

affiliating Rajiv Randhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV). For detailed

information students are advised to read the ordinances available at RGPV

website as applicable to them.

Table 12: List of Applicable Ordinances for Evaluation

Students admitted from 2010-11 Batch

Students admitted in 2009-10 batch

onwards

and before

Ordinance 30: Grading system

Ordinance 30: Grading system

Ordinance No.4 (A): B.E. (Regular) & B.E (PTDC)

Ordinance No.4 : B.E. (Regular) & B.E (PTDC)

Ordinance No.7 (A):B. Pharm.

Ordinance No.7 : B. Pharm.

Ordinance No.8 (A): M. E. / M. Tech.

Ordinance No.8 : M. E. / M. Tech.

Ordinance No.10 (A): MCA

Ordinance No.10 :MCA

Ordinance No.19 (A):M. Pharm.

Ordinance No.19 : M. Pharm.

Salient features

1. The studies and examinations of these courses shall be on the basis of Marks-

Cum - credit system but semester wise and final evaluation shall be by grading

system in accordance with the ordinance No. 30, “Credit Based Grading

System”.

2. The admissions to courses shall be governed by the rules of the technical

education and training department government of Madhya Pradesh Bhopal

and/ or any other competent authority of the state government of Madhya

Pradesh.

3. Examinations: There will be a full examination at the end of each semester

consisting of end semester of theory and practical. The duration of

examination period will be normally 20 working days.

4.1 Promotion to Higher Semester and Year in B.E./B.E. (PTDC)/ B.Pharm

A candidate who has been admitted in the course will be promoted to the higher

class in accordance with the following rules:

4.1.1

A candidate who has taken admission in A-B Group and has appeared in the

examination of odd semester of a particular year, will automatically be promoted to even semester of that year irrespective of failing in any number of subjects of

previous semester.

4.1.2 A candidate who has taken admission in even semester under B-A Group

and has appeared in the examination of even semester, will automatically be promoted to next applicable odd semester irrespective of failing in any number of subjects of previous semester.

Note: The candidate who seeks admission in odd semester of an academic year is said to be in A-B group, while, a candidate who seeks admission in even semester of an academic year is said to be in B-A group. i.e. a Candidate of A-B Group will take admission generally in July; whereas, candidate of B-A Group will take admission generally in January in the relevant academic year.

4.1.3 For the award of degree minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

required is 5.0.

4.1.4 To pass a particular subject of the course the minimum required grade is D.

However, the candidate should also separately score minimum of grade D in end semester examinations of theory and practical parts of the subject. For practical examinations one external examiner from outside the institute shall always be there.

4.1.5 A candidate who fails to score minimum of grade D in more than five subjects (Theory and Practical of the same subject shall be treated as two subjects) in a particular year, shall not be admitted to the next higher year.

4.1.6 Further, a candidate shall not be admitted in the fifth or h