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Self Assessment Report (SAR) for NBA Accreditation of Undergraduate Engineering Programme

Mechanical Engineering Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, III Stage, Gokulam, Mysore-570 002 Karnataka, India

National Board of Accreditation New Delhi, India May 2011

Organization of the SAR :


The Self Assessment Report(SAR) should be submitted using the format which is organized in the following four parts: Part I: Part II: Institutional Summary for Criteria I, II and III. Department/Programme Summary for Criteria IV to X.

Part III: Curricula and syllabi for the degree programme along with Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs), Programme Outcomes and Assessment. Part IV: List of Documents to be made available during the accreditation visit. Abbreviations: CAY CAYm1 CAYm2 LYG LYGm1 CFY CFYm1 -----------Current Academic Year Current Academic Year minus one Current Academic Year minus two Latest Year of Graduation Latest Year of Graduation minus one Current Financial Year Current Financial Year minus one e.g., __2010 11___ e.g., __2009 10___ e.g., __2008 09___ e.g., __2007 08___ e.g., __2006 07___ e.g., __2010 11___ e.g., __2009 10___

Notes:
1. It would be greatly appreciated if precise and specific details, as requested in this format, are provided in tabular form and/or using bullets as far as possible. No detailed description should be included anywhere; do not include any detail/information which is not asked for. In case, you wish to add any data/information which is not asked for, kindly add in the annexures. 2. Include data for three consecutive years, unless otherwise specified.
3. Information sought is mostly meant to be the Average over sufficient samples, as

applicable. 4. In this manuscript, Institution is used interchangeably for college/Institute/ University and Head of the Institution for Principal/Director/Vice-Chancellor.

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CAY

2010-11

LYG

2007-08

CFY

2010-11

Declaration
This Self Assessment Report (SAR) is prepared for the Current Academic Year (2011-12) and the Current Financial Year (2011-12) on behalf of the Institution. I certify that the information provided in this SAR is extracted from the records and to the best of my knowledge, is correct and complete. I understand that any false statement/information of consequence may lead to rejection of the application for accreditation for a period of two or more years. I also understand that the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) or its sub-committees will have the right to decide on the basis of the submitted SAR whether the Institution should be considered for an accreditation visit. If the information of consequence was found to be wrong during the visit or subsequent to grant of accreditation, NBA has right to withdraw the grant of accreditation and no accreditation will be allowed for a period of next two years or more.

Place: Mysore Date:

Signature, Name and Designation of the Head of the Institution with seal

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PART I INSTITUTIONAL SUMMARY (Criteria I, II and III)


I.0.1. Name and Address of the Institution and affiliated University: Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering / Visvesvaraya Technological University I.0.2. Name, Designation, Telephone, Mobile Numbers and E-mail ids of the contact person for NBA:

I.0.3. History of the Institution (including dates of introduction and number of seats of various programmes of study along with NBA accreditation, if any), in tabular form: Year (date) Description Institution started with the following programmes (Intake strength) . . . . . NBA-AICTE Accreditation visits and accreditation granted, if any . . . . Addition of new programmes, increase in intake strength of the existing programmes and/or accreditation status . . . .

I.0.4. Ownership Status : Govt.(Central/State) / Trust / Society (Govt. / NGO / Private) / Private/ Other (specify)_______ I.0.5. Financial Status : Govt.(Central/State) / Grants-in-aid / Not-for-profit / Private-Self financing / Other(specify)______

I.0.6. Nature of Trust / Society : _________________________________ List other Institutions/colleges run by the Trust/Society I.0.7. External Sources of Funds : Name of the External Source .. .. I.0.8. Internally Acquired Funds :
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Name of the internal Source Students Fee ..

CFY

CFYm1

CFYm2

I.0.9. Scholarships or any Financial Assistance provided to Students ? YES NO if provided, basis of scholarship/assistance : Merit/Merit-cum-means/other ________ Total number ___________ Amount ____________ in CFY Total number ___________ Amount ____________ in CFY minus 1 Total number ___________ Amount ____________ in CFY minus 2 I.0.10 Basis/Criterion for Admission to the Institution: All India entrance / State level entrance / University entrance / 12th level mark sheet/ other (specify)__________________ I.0.11. Total Number of Engineering Students _________Boys _______ Girls _______ Total Number of other Students, if any _________Boys _______ Girls _______ I.0.12.Total Number of Employees _______ Male _______ Female _________ I.0.13. Minimum and Maximum Number of Faculty and Staff on roll in the Engineering Institution, during the CAY and the previous CAYs (1st July to 30th June): Items Teaching Faculty in Engineering Teaching Faculty in Science & Humanities Non-teaching Staff CAY Min Max 20 20 18 13 18 13 CAYm1 Min Max 14 15 14 11 14 11 CAYm2 Min Max 13 13 13 10 13 11

Criterion I: Organization and Governance, Resources, Institutional Support, Development and Planning (100) I-I.1 Campus Infrastructure and Facility (20)* I-I.1.1 Land, built-up area and academic infrastructure (4) -Physical resource available A. Exclusive for this Institution Land _____acres sq.m. B. Shared with other institutions in this campus, if any Land _____acres sq.m. I-I.1.2 Maintenance of academic infrastructure and facilities (4) *Assessment criterion/specification is available in AICTE website. Specify distinct features . .
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Built-up floor space ___ Built-up floor space ___

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I-I.1.3 Ambience, green cover, water harvesting, environment preservation, barrier-free structure, etc. (4) Specify distinct features . . . I-I.1.4 Hostel (Boys and girls), Transportation facility and canteen (4) Hostel for Boys? Yes / No Exclusive/Shared/Rented Number of Rooms _____ Number of accommodated students _____ Number in waiting ______ Hostel for Girls? Yes / No Exclusive/Shared/Rented Number of Rooms _____ Number of accommodated students _____ Number in waiting ______ Transport? Yes/No Exclusive/Public transport Number of Buses ___.Facility availed by___ % of students___&___ % of faculty Canteen? Yes/No Number of Canteen(s) _______ Sitting space _________ Daily Usage _______ I-I.1.5 Electricity, power backup, telecom facility, drinking water and security (4) -- specific details in respect of installed capacity, quality, availability, etc. I-I.2 Organization, Governance and Transparency (20) I-I.2.1 Governing body, administrative setup and functions of various bodies (5) List Governing, Senate and all other Academic and Administrative bodies, their memberships, functions and responsibilities, frequency of the meetings and attendance therein, in tabular form. A few sample minutes of the meetings and action taken reports should be annexed. I-I.2.2 Defined rules, procedures, recruitment and promotional policies etc (5) List of the published rules, policies and procedures, year of publications, awareness among the employees/students, availability on web etc. I-I.2.3 Decentralization in working including delegation of financial power and grievance redressal system (5) List of faculty members who are administrators/decision makers for various responsibilities Specify the mechanism and composition of grievance redressal system, including faculty association, staff-union, if any. I-I.2.4 Transparency and availability of correct/unambiguous information (5) Dissemination and Availability of institute and programme specific information through the web Information provisioning in accordance with Right To Information Act,
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2005, provide details I-I.3 Budget Allocation, Utilization and Public Accounting (15) Summary of current financial years budget and the actual expenditures incurred (exclusively for the institution) for three preceding financial years Item Acquisition of land; new buildings and infrastructural built-up Library Laboratory Equipment Laboratory consumables Teaching and Non-Teaching staff salary Travel Other, specify.. Total I-I.3.1 Adequacy of budget allocation (5) I-I.3.3 Utilization of allocated funds (5) I-I.3.3 Availability of the audited statements through Institutes web-site (5) CFYm3 CFYm2 CFYm1 . No Yes URL . No Yes URL . No Yes URL Budgeted in CFY Expenses in CFY (till.) Expenses in CFYm1 Expenses in CFYm2

I-I.4 Library (20) * I-I.4.1 Library space and ambience, timings and usage, availability of a qualified librarian and other staff, Library automation, online access, networking (4) * Assessment criterion/specification is available in AICTE website Carpet area of library ____ sq m. Reading space _____ sq m Number of seats in reading space ___ Number of users (issue book) ______ per day Number of users (Reading space) _______ per day
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Timings:

Academic (Working day) __________ Academic (Weekend) __________ Vacation _______________

Number of library staff __________________ Number of library staff with degree in Library Mgmt. _____ Computerization for search, indexing, issue/return records ? Bar-coding used ? Lib services on internet/intranet ? INDEST or other similar membership ? specify ___________ Archival ___________ I-I.4.2 Titles and volumes per title (4) Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No

Number of titles _________________Number of volumes _______________ Number of New Titles added CFYm2 CFYm1 CFY Number of New editions added Number of New Volumes added

I-I.4.3 Scholarly journal subscription (4) Number of Technical Magazines / Periodicals Number of total Technical Journals subscribed In In Hardcopy Softcopy Scholarly journal titles (in originals, reprints)

Year

CFYm2 CFYm1 CFY I-I.4.4 Digital library (4) Availability of Digital Library contents ? Yes No

If available, Number of Courses ______ Number of e-Books ______ Any other____ ? Availability of an exclusive server ? Yes No Availability over intranet/internet ? Yes No Availability of exclusive space/room? Yes No Number of Users __________ per day.
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I-I.4.5 Library expenditures on books, magazines/journals, and miscellaneous contents (4) Year Books Expenditures Magazine / Magazines / Journals (for Journals (for hard copy soft copy subscription) subscription Comments Misc. Contents

CFYm2 CFYm1 CFY I-I.5 Internet (5) Internet Provider ___________ Access Speed ? Poor Good

Bandwidth ____________ Very Good Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No

Availability Availability in an exclusive lab for Internet use ? Availability in most computing labs ? Availability in departments and other units ? Availability in faculty rooms ? Institutes own Email facility to faculty/students Security/privacy to Email/Internet users?

I-I.6 Safety Norms and Checks (10) I-I.6.1 Checks for wiring and electrical installations for leakage and earthing (3) Specify . . .. I-I.6.2 Fire fighting measurements : Effective safety arrangements with emergency/ multiple exits and ventilation/exhausts in auditoriums and large class rooms/labs, Fire fighting equipments and training, Availability of water, and such other facilities (3) Specify . . . . I-I.6.3 Safety of Civil Structure (2) I-I.6.4 Handling of hazardous chemicals and such other activities (2) Specify . . . . I-I.7 Counseling and Emergency Medical Care and First-aid (10) I-I.7.1 Availability of psychological and psychiatric counseling (5) Specify the counselor(s), their qualifications and availability Specify number of cases handled on per month basis
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I-I.7.2 Medical staff to provide first-aid/medical help in emergency, and Availability of ambulance services (5) Number of Medical practitioners _______ Number of nursing staff ________ Specify Medical facility within the Institution ? Medical facility nearby ? Availability of ambulance services (response times and medical facility, critical care); Number of ambulances within the Institution _____ Facility in ambulances _______ Response-time in calling ambulance services from outside ________ Criterion II: Teaching and Learning Processes (100) II-I.1 Academic Process (15) II-I.1.1 Published time-table with sufficient hours for lectures, labs, self-learning and extra-curricular activities (5) Specify the time-table contents II-I.1.2 Published schedule in academic calendar for assignments/tests/examinations and distribution of corrected scripts (5)
Items in Academic Calendar Conduct during the period or in the academic week Performance Feedback / Distribution of Scripts during the period or in the academic week

Assignments Tests Mid-sem. Examination

End-sem. Examination Other activities II-I.1.3 Attendance Monitoring : Reward for good attendance and penalty for poor (5) System of attendance and how it is monitored and analyzed. Produce cases of rewards and penalty to students (may be to faculty too).

II-I.2 Academic Support Units and Common facilities for First Year Courses
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(20) II-I.2.1 Basic Science/Engineering laboratories (Adequacy of space, number of students per batch, quality and availability of measuring instruments, laboratory manuals, list of experiments) (10)
Space, Number of Students Software used Type of experiments Quality of instruments

Lab Description ..

Lab Manuals

II-I.2.2 Central computing laboratory (4)


Computing Lab Space Number of Computers Variety of SWs Usage / Timings Lab Assistance?

II-I.2.3 Manufacturing practices (mechanical/electrical) workshop (4)


Workshop Description .. Space, Number of Students Number of experiments Quality of instruments Lab Manuals

II-I.2.4 Language Laboratory (2)


Space, Number of Students Software Type of Used experiments Quality of instruments

Language Lab ..

Guidance / Learning

II-I.3 Tutorial Classes/ Remedial Classes/ Mentoring (15) II-I.3.1 Tutorial classes to address personal level doubts and queries : size of tutorial classes, hours per subject in timetable (5) Provision of Tutorial classes in time-table ? YES NO Tutorial Sheets ? YES NO Tutorial classes taken by : Faculty / Teaching Assistants / Senior Students / Other (specify)_______ Number of tutorial classes per subject ____ per week Number of students ____ per tutorial class
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Number of subjects with tutorials : 1st year ____ 2nd year _____ 3rd year ______ 4th year ______ II-I.3.2 Remedial classes and additional make-up tests to help academically weaker students : list of remedial classes, schedule of classes/tests and students lists (5) Provision of Remedial Classes in Time Table ? YES NO

Number of subjects having Remedial Classes ____ subjects out of total _____ subjects per semester Number of students having Remedial Classes _____ students out of total _____ students in a semester Number of hours of Remedial classes _______ per-subject per week Provision of Makeup Tests in Academic Calendar ? YES NO

Number of subjects having Makeup Tests ______ subjects out of total ______ subjects per semester Number of students having Makeup Tests ______ students out of total ______ students in a semester Number of hours of Makeup Tests _______ per-subject per week II-I.3.3 Mentoring system to help at individual levels (5) Type of Mentoring : Professional guidance/Career advancement/Course work specific/Lab specific/Total development/ Number of faculty mentors _________ Number of students __________ per mentor Frequency of Meeting: Weekly/ Monthly/ . . . . .per semester/ Need based/ other II-I.4 Teaching Evaluation Process : Feedback System (15) II-I.4.1 Design of proforma and process for feedback evaluation (5) Number of Feedback Items _____________ Number of Feedback levels_______ Space for descriptive feedback/suggestion etc. ? YES NO Any consistency check? YES NO Any performance/attendance profile ? YES NO Frequency of feedback collection : Once/Twice in a semester Feedback collection : Hard-copy/Web-based II-I.4.2 Feedback analysis and reward/corrective measures taken, if any (5) Feedback collected for all courses ? YES NO Specify the feedback collection process __________________________ Who collects the feedback? ______________________________ When feedback is collected ? ____________________________ Percentage of students participating _______________________ Specify the feedback analysis process _____________________________
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Is this done manually ? YES NO What metrics are calculated ? _____________________________ What is inferred from the metrics ? _________________________ How are the comments used ?_____________________________ Basis of reward/corrective measures, if any, ____________________________ Were extraneous factors, like hard-/soft-attitude of the instructor considered ? YES NO Was result considered? YES NO Number of awards in CAY ______ in CAYm1 ________ in CAYm2 _______ Number of corrective actions in CAY ______ in CAYm1 ________ in CAYm2 _______ II-I.4.3 Feedback mechanism from alumni, parents and industry, if any (5) Specify the mechanism of feedback collection and analysis _____________________
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Number of feedback received in CAY _____ in CAYm1 _____ in CAYm2 _______ Specify typical corrective actions taken, if any _______________________________ II-I.5 Self Learning and Learning beyond Syllabus (15) II-I.5.1 Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus (5) Specify self-learning mode _________________________________ and modules

II-I.5.2 Possibility, motivation and scope for self-learning/learning-beyond-syllabus (5) Specify __________________________________ II-!.5.3 Flexibility in academics with scope for self learning (5)
Specify components

II-I.6 Career Guidance, Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship Cell (10) II-I.6.1 Effective career guidance services including counseling for higher studies (4) Specify facility, management and impact? II-I.6.2 Training and placement facility with training and placement officer (TPO), industry interaction for training/internship/placement (4) Specify facility, management and impact? II-I.6.3 Entrepreneurship cell and incubation facility (2) Specify facility, management and impact ? II-I.7 Co-curricular and Extra Curricular Activities (10)
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II-I.7.1 Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, e.g., NCC/ NSS, cultural activities etc. (5) Specify facilities and usages in brief? II-I.7.2 Sports grounds, facilities and qualified sports instructors (5) Specify facility, management and usages?

Criterion III: Students Admission and First Year Performance (75)


III-I.1 Students Admission (15) III-I.1.1 Admission Intake (5)
Item Sanctioned Intake Strength in the Institute (N) Number of students, admitted on merit (N1) Number of students, admitted on management quota/otherwise (N2) Number of total admitted students in the Institute (N1 + N2) CAY (201011) 90 90-0 10 100 CAYm1 (20092010) 90 84-2 11 93 CAYm2 (200809) 60 59-1 12 70 CAYm3 (200708) 60 59-3 6 62

III-I.1.2 Admission Quality (10) Divide the total admitted ranks (or percentage-marks) into 5 or a few more meaningful ranges
Rank Range Above 98 percentile 95 98 percentile 90 95 percentile 80 90 percentile .. .. Admitted without rank CAY CAYm1 CAYm2 CAYm3

Tabular data for estimating Student Teacher Ratio and Faculty Qualification for FIRST YEAR Common Courses List of faculty members teaching first year courses:
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III-I.2 Assessment of First-Year Student Teacher Ratio (FYSTR) of 25 or Superior (20)

Three years of data for first year courses to calculate the Student Teacher Ratio (FYSTR):
Year CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY Av. Assessment Number of students (Approved intake strength) Number of faculty members (considering fractional load) FYSTR Assessment = 20 * 25 * 0.8 / FYSTR (Max. is20)

III-I.3 Assessment of Faculty Qualification teaching First Year Common Courses (FYFQ) (20)

Assessment of Qualification = 2*(10 * x + 6 * y + 4 * z) / N Where X = Number of Faculty Members with Ph. D y = Number of Faculty Members with M. E / M. Tech./NET-Qualified/M. Phil z = Number of Faculty Members with B. E / B. Tech./M.Sc./M.C.A./M.A N = Total Number of Faculty Members (considering fractional load) or Number of Faculty needed for FYSTR of 25, whichever is higher.
Year CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY Average Assessment of Faculty Qualification (FYFQ) x y z N Assessment of faculty qualification

III-I.4 Academic Performance in First Year Common Courses (20) Academic Performance = 20 * FYSI where FYSI = First Year Success Index = (No. of students who have cleared all the subjects in a single attempt + 0.5 * Number of students who cleared all but one subject in a single attempt) DIVIDED BY (Total Number of students admitted in the first year)
Item Number of students admitted in First Year (N) Number of students who have cleared all subjects in single attempt (x) Number of students who have cleared all subject but one subject in single attempt (y)
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First Year Success Index (FYSI) = (x + 0.5y) / N

Av. FYSI = ___________________________________ Academic Performance = 20 * Av. FYSI = __________

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PART II Department / Programme Summary (Criteria IV to X)


D.0.1 Name and Address of the Department: Mechanical Engineering Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, III Stage, Gokulam, Mysore 570 002 D.0.2 Name, Designation, Telephone Numbers and E-mail ids of the contact person for NBA: G.B. Krishnappa, Associate Professor and Head of the Department, 0821-4276260/261 gbkrishnappa@yahoo.co.in, gbkrishnappa@gmail.com D.0.3 History of the Department (including dates of introduction and Number of seats of various programmes of study, which are run by the department along with NBA accreditation, if any), in tabular form: Programme of Study UG in Mechanical Engineering PG.. Description Started with 60 seats in 1997 Intake increased to 90 in 2009 M Tech in Mechanical Engineering: Computational Analysis in Mechanical Sciences Started with 18 seats in 2009

D.0.4 List of the Programmes / Departments which share human resources and/or the facilities of this Department / Programmes --------D.0.5. Total Number of Students D.0.6. Total Number of Employees 269 Boys 263 39 Male 35 Girls Female 06 04

D.0.7. Minimum and Maximum number of faculty and staff on roll during the current and previous two academic years (1st July to 30th June) in the Department:
Items Teaching Faculty in the Department Teaching Faculty with the Programme Non-teaching Staff CAY (2011-12) Min Max 19 18 17 17 18 16 CAYm1(2010-11) Min Max 14 16 14 17 16 16 CAYm2(2009-10) Min Max 12 13 12 16 13 16

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D.0.8. Summary of Budget for the CFY and the Actual Expenditures Incurred in the CFYm1 and CFYm2 (exclusively for this Programme in the Department)
Items Budgeted in CFY(201011) Actual expenses in CFY ( till Dec 2011) Budgeted in CFYm1 (2009-2010) Actual Expenses in CFYm1(20092010) Budgeted in Actual CFYm2(2008- Expenses 2009) in CFYm2(20082009)

Laboratory Equipments SW purchase Laboratory consumables Maintenance and spares Travel Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities Total

41,00,000 9,10,000 2,00,000 22,000 10,000 25,000

34,96,727 7,61,250 1,69,849 19,896.6

28,00,000 23,18,357 11,00,000 90,000 24,000 9,48,450 71,373 19,610

5,00,000 1,60,000

3,89,900 NIL 1,32,748 .5 NIL

24,950

60,000

45,5227

6,60,000

NIL 5,22,648.5

52,67,000 44,72,672.6

40,74,000 38,13,017

Criterion IV : Students Performance in the Programme (75) Admission Intake in the Programme
Items Sanctioned Intake Strength in the program (N) Number of total admitted students in First year minus Number of students migrated to other programmes at the end of 1st year (N1) Number of laterally admitted students in 2nd year in the same batch (N2) Number of total admitted students in the program (N1 + N2) 2010-11 90 90-0 2009-10 90 84-2 2008-09 60 59-1 2007-08 60 59-3

12 102

12 94

6 64

6 62

Supporting document: 1. Annual report of lateral entry students for third semester for 2010-11, 2009-10, 200809, 2007-08. 2. Admission register and annual report for 2010-11, 2009-10, 2008-09, 2007-08.

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IV-P.1 Success Rate (20) Provide data for the past 7 batches of students (Successfully completed implies Zero Backlogs)
Number of Students Admitted in 1st year + Admitted laterally in 2nd year (N1 + N2) Numbers of Students successfully completed 1st year Numbers of Students successfully completed 2nd year Numbers of Students successfully completed 3rd year Numbers of Students successfully completed 4th year

Year of Entry (in reverse chronological order

2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05

90+19=109 82+11=93 58+12=70 56+6=62 57+6=63 59+6=65 50+6=56

82-25=57 58-7=51 56-14=42 57-20=37 59-39=20 50-23=27

70-26=44 62-16=46 63-24=39 65-54=11 56-34=22

62-29=33 63-29=34 65-51=14 56-29=27

63-22=41 65-40=25 56-23=33

Success Rate = 20 * Mean of Success Index (SI) for past 3 batches SI = (Number of students who cleared the program in the minimum period of course duration) DIVIDED BY (Number of students admitted in the first year of that batch and laterally admitted in 2nd year)
Item Number of students admitted in the corresponding First Year + laterally admitted in 2nd year Number of students who have graduated in 4 years Success Index (SI) LYG (CAYm4) LYGm1 (CAYm5) LYGm2 (CAYM6)

2006-07 57+6=63 41 0.65

2005-06 59+6=65 25 0.38

2004-05 50+6=56 33 0.59

Av. SI = __ (0.65+0.38+0.59)/3 = 0.54 Success Rate = 20 * Av. SI = 20 * Av. SI = 10.8


Supporting Documents: Result sheet and annual report for the respective year.

IV-P.2 Academic Performance (20) Academic Performance Where API = 2 * API = Academic Performance Index = Mean of Cumulative Grade Point Average of all successful Students on a 10 point CGPA System OR
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5th Sem to 8th Sem % 2007-08 Items Batch Approximating the API by the following mid-point analysis Number of students in 100 <= % < 90 0 Number of students in 90 <= % < 80 2 Number of students in 80 <= % < 70 21 Number of students in 70 <= % < 60 23 Number of students in 60 <= % < 50 9 Number of students in 50 <= % < 40 0 Total 55 Approximating API by Mid-% Exact Mean of CGPA or Percentage of all the students/10 (API) Av. API = 6.67 Academic Performance = 2 x Av. API = __13.34 Supporting documents: Result sheet of the respective year. 66.24 6.62

2006-07 Batch 0 0 17 19 5 0 41 67.2 6.72

2005-06 Batch 0 0 14 24 4 0 42 67.44 6.74

2004-05 Batch 0 1 9 17 06 0 33 66 6.6

IV-P.3 Placement and Higher Studies (20) Assessment Points = 20 * (x + 1.25 * y) / N Where x = Number of students placed, y = Number of students admitted for higher studies with valid qualifying scores/ranks, N = Total number of students who were admitted in the batch including lateral entry. subject to Max. Assessment Points = 20.
Item Number of Admitted students corresponding to LYG including lateral entry (N) Number of students who obtained jobs as per the record of placement office (x1) Number of students who found employment otherwise at the end of the final year (x2) x = x1+ x2 Number of students who went for higher studies with valid qualifying scores/ranks (y) Assessment Point LYG 2011-12 70 15 15 LYGm1 2010-11 73 27 17 44 6 LYGm2 2009-10 55 14 1 15 4

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7.27

Av. Assessment Points = 8.55___________

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IV-P.4 Professional Activities (15) Provide data for the past 3 years CAY, CAYm1 and CAYm2 IV-P.4.1 Professional societies/ chapters and organizing engineering events (3) Sl. No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. List the above in Tabular form Date Description of Event 8 & 8.4.2011 5 & 6.4.2010 1 & 2.4.2009 26.9.2009 3 & 4.4.2008 15.12.2008 19 & 20.4.2006 18 & 19.4.2007 Crusades 2011 Crusades 2010 Crusades 2009 ISHRAE Student Summit-2009 Crusades 2008 SETME Crusades 2006 Crusades 2007 Supporting Document Poster Photo, Programme List, Invitation Poster Photo, Programme List, Invitation Poster Photo, Programme List, Invitation Invitation Card, Poster, Poster Photo, Programme List Technical Talk Photo Poster Photo, Programme List Poster Photo, Programme List

IV-P.4.2 Organization of paper contests, design contests etc. and their achievements (3) List the above in Tabular form IV-P.4.3 Publication of technical magazines, newsletters etc. (3) V Letter

Think Monthly News

List the above publications along with the names of the editors, publishers etc. V Think Team Dr. B. Sadashive Gowda Editor-in-Chief Prof. Manjula N. Sub-Editor Susmera V J Student Reporter Swaraj Sarkar Student Reporter Sathyananda M R Student Reporter Nikhil Furtada Designer -------Do--------

Vol. 1

Issue 1

October 2011

Vol. 2

Issue 2

November 2011

IV-P.4.4 Entrepreneurship initiatives, product designs, innovations (3) Specify the efforts and achievements

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IV-P.4.5 Publications and awards in inter institute events by students of the programme of study (3) Sl. Student No Name 1 Vignesh Title of the Paper
Forced convection heat transfer through an array of rectangular solid & drilled fins on a horizontal base plates with different fin spacing

Proceedings

Remarks
Paper

A National Level Tech Symposium Best Mechanical College Engg

(TRENTECH 2010-11). A dept of Award Won a M.P. Cash Prize of ` Erode Nachimuthu, M-Jaganathan Engg. 2000/Chinnimalli, 638112 Oct 1st 2010

Include a Table having those publications, which fetch awards by students in the events/conferences organized by other institutes. Include a tabulated list of all other student publications in a separate annexure.

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Criterion V: Faculty (150)


List of Faculty: Exclusively for the Program / Shared with other Programs

Name of the Faculty

Qualification, University and year of graduation

2008-09 (Odd Semester) Number of Distribution of Research teaching Load Publications (% -age) Designation Interaction in Journals R&D and and Date of with and IPRs Consultancy Joining the outside with amount 1st U P conferences Institution world since Y G G joining (nJ, nC) Professor, 18-5-2007 Asst. Professor 5-9-2003 Asst Professor, 10-9-2004 Asst Professor, 08-10-1999 Lecturer 27-12-1999 Lecturer, 26-3-2001 Lecturer, 31-08-2005 Sr Lecturer, 20-11-1999 100 47.64 52.36 36.36 63.64

Dr B Sadashivegowda H Ramakrishna G B Krishnappa

Phd, IISc, Bangalore, 1997 M.Tech,IITK, 1992 ME, Bangalore university, 1999 M.Tech, VTU, 2003 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 M.Tech, VTU,2002 M.Tech, VTU,2003 M.Tech, VTU, 2008

L J Sudev D V Satish G V Naveen Prakash K B Vinay K S Ravi

86.95 13.05 19.35 80.65 26.66 73.34 21.42 78.58 21.42 78.58 0,2 2

N Jayashankar Khalid Imran S A Mohan Krishna S Suresh Kumar B Pushpadatta

BE, UOM . 1997 BE, VTU,2004 BE, VTU,2003 M.E BU,2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2007

Lecturer, 13-11-2000 Lecturer, 30-08-2005 Lecturer 8-10-2005 Lecturer 14-7-2008 Lecturer, 14-7-2008

45.16 54.84 15.38 84.62 100 100 25 75

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2008-09 (Even Semester) Distribution of teaching Load (% -age) 1st Y U G Number of Research Publications Interaction in Journals R&D and with and IPRs Consultancy outside with amount P conferences world since G joining (nJ, nC)

Name of the Faculty

Qualification, University and year of graduation

Designation and Date of Joining the Institution

Dr B Sadashivegowda H Ramakrishna G B Krishnappa

Phd, IISc, Bangalore, 1997 M.Tech,IITK, 1992 ME, Bangalore university, 1999 M.Tech, VTU, 2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 M.Tech, VTU,2002 M.Tech, VTU,2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2010 M.Tech, VTU,2009 M.Tech, VTU,2010 BE, University of Mysore, 1997 M.Tech, VTU, 2007

Professor, 18-5-2007 Asst. Professor 5-9-2003 Asst Professor, 10-9-2004 Asst Professor, 29-10-1999 Lecturer 1-9-2004 Lecturer, 26-3-2001 Lecturer, 31-8-2005 Sr Lecturer, 29-11-1999 Lecturer, 13-11-2000 Lecturer, 30-8-2005 Sr. Lecturer 8-10-2005 Lecturer, 13-2-2009 Lecturer, 14-7-2008

100 25.80 74.20 100

L J Sudev D V Satish G V Naveen Prakash K B Vinay K S Ravi N Jayashankar Khalid Imran S A Mohan Krishna Devappa B Pushpadatta

51.61 48.39 37.50 62.50 18.75 81.25 23.52 76.48 19.35 80.65 24.24 75.76 23.52 76.48 24.24 75.76 11.42 88.57 50 50 0,2 2

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2009-10 (Odd Semester) Distribution of teaching Load (% -age) 1st Y U G P G Number of Research Publications Interaction in Journals R&D and with and IPRs Consultancy outside conferences with amount world since joining (nJ, nC)

`Name of the Faculty

Qualification, University and year of graduation

Designation and Date of Joining the Institution

Dr B Sadashivegowda H Ramakrishna G B Krishnappa

Phd, IISc, Bangalore, 1997 M.Tech,IITK, 1992 ME, Bangalore university, 1999 M.Tech, VTU, 2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 M.Tech, VTU,2002 M.Tech, VTU,2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2010 M.Tech, VTU,2009 M.Tech, VTU,2010 BE VTU,2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 BE VTU,2008

Professor, 18-5-2007 Asst. Professor 5-9-2003 Asst Professor, 10-9-2004 Asst Professor, 29-10-1999 Lecturer 1-9-2004 Lecturer, 26-3-2001 Lecturer, 31-8-2005 Sr Lecturer, 29-11-1999 Lecturer, 13-11-2000 Lecturer, 6-10-2005 Sr. Lecturer 8-10-2005 Lecturer 5-8-2009 Lecturer, 5-8-2009 Lecturer 7-8-2009

42.10 57.90 36.36 63.64 60.71 39.29 0,1 1

L J Sudev D V Satish G V Naveen Prakash K B Vinay K S Ravi N Jayashankar Khalid Imran S A Mohan krishna Girish Venkata Rajesh Gnanashekar

50 41.37 58.63

50

51.72 10.34 37.93 24.13 75.87 21.42 78.58 31.03 68.97 3.44 96.56

24.13 75.87 79.31 20.69 31.03 68.97 44.82 55.18

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Name of the Faculty

Qualification, University and year of graduation

2009-10 (Even Semester) Number of Distribution of Research teaching Load Publications (% -age) Designation Interaction in Journals R&D and and Date of with and IPRs Consultancy Joining the outside conferences with amount 1st U P Institution world since Y G G joining (nJ, nC) Professor, 18-5-2007 Asst Professor, 10-9-2004 Asst Professor, 29-10-1999 Asst Professor 1-9-2004 Asst Professor 26-3-2001 Lecturer, 31-08-2005 Sr Lecturer, 29-11-1999 Lecturer, 13-11-2000 Lecturer, 30-8-2005 Sr. Lecturer 8-10-2005 Lecturer 5-8-2009 Lecturer, 5-8-2009 Lecturer 7-8-2009 Lecturer, 1-2-2010 Lecturer, 1-2-2010 25 75

Dr B Sadashivegowda G B Krishnappa

L J Sudev D V Satish G V Naveen prakash K B Vinay K S Ravi N Jayashankar Khalid Imran S A Mohan krishna Girish Venkata Rajesh Gnanashekar Gurukiran Chandan v

Phd, IISc, Bangalore, 1997 ME, Bangalore university, 1999 M.Tech, VTU, 2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 M.Tech, VTU,2002 M.Tech, VTU,2004 M.Tech, VTU, 2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2010 M.Tech, VTU,2009 M.Tech, VTU,2010 BE VTU,2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2005 BE VTU,2008 M.Tech, VTU, 2004 BE VTU, 2004

55.55 44.45 29.62 25.92 44.45 29.03 70.97 19.35 48.38 32.26 29.03 70.97 23.33 76.67 32.25 67.75 100 18.75 81.25 18.75 81.25 53.12 46.88 18.75 81.25 21.87 46.87 31.25 18.75 81.25

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2010-11 (Odd Semester) 2010-11 (Even Semester) Distribution of Number of Name of the Qualification, Designation Number of IPRs R&D and Distribution of teaching Load Research Faculty University and Date of Research Consultancy teaching Load (% -age) Publications Qualification, Joining the Designation and year of Publications with amount (% -age) in Journals R&D and Name of the University Institution of 1st and Date graduation in Journals IPRs Consultancy U P and Faculty and year of Joining the and Y st G G conferences with amount 1 U P graduation Institution conferences since Y G G since joining joining (nJ, nC) (nJ, nC) Dr Ph.D Professor 16.66 83.34 Dr Ph.D Professor 14.28 85.72 Mahadevappa IITM, 1992 16-5-2011 16-5-2011 Mahadevappa IITM, 1992 G ME, Asst G BB KrishnappaME, Asst 22.22 77.78 0,1 Bangalore Professor, Professor, 0,1 Krishnappa Bangalore 47.82 52.18 university, 10-9-2004 10-9-2004 university, 1999 1999 L J Sudev M.Tech, Asst 32 46.15 53.85 20 48 L J Sudev M.Tech, Asst VTU, 2004 Professor, Professor, VTU, 2004 29-10-1999 29-10-1999 D V Satish M.Tech, Asst 60 40 D V Satish M.Tech, Asst 33.33 66.67 VTU, 2005 Professor, 1Professor VTU, 2005 1-9-2004 9-2004 G V Naveen M.Tech, M.Tech, Asst 32 46.15 53.85 20 48 G V Naveen Asst prakash VTU,2002 Professor, Professor prakash VTU,2002 26-3-2001 26-3-2001 K Vinay M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 22.22 77.78 K BB Vinay M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 48.38 51.61 0,1 VTU,2004 31-8-2005 31-8-2005 VTU,2004 K Ravi M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 25 22.22 75 48.14 29.63 1,0 K SS Ravi M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, VTU, 2008 29-11-1999 29-11-1999 VTU, 2008 N Jayashankar M.Tech, M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 42.85 57.15 N Jayashankar Sr Lecturer, 20.68 79.32 VTU, 2010 13-11-2000 13-11-2000 VTU, 2010 Khalid Imran M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 6.89 93.11 Khalid Imran M.Tech, Sr Lecturer, 27.58 72.42 VTU,2009 30-8-2005 30-8-2005 VTU,2009 M.Tech, 24.13 75.87 SS A Mohan A Mohan M.Tech, Sr. Lecturer 18.75 81.25 Lecturer krishna VTU,2010 8-10-2005 8-10-2005 Krishna VTU,2010 K S Shylesh M.Tech, BE, Lecturer, 21.21 78.79 22.58 77.42 Ganesh B B Lecturer, 0,1 VTU,2008 26-7-2010 VTU,2010 26-7-2010 Venkata Rajesh M.Tech, Lecturer, 29.03 70.97 K S Shylesh BE Lecturer 21.21 78.79 VTU, 2005 5-8-2009 VTU, 2010 22-7-2010 K N Arun kumar M.Tech, Lecturer, 3.22 96.78 Venkata M.Tech, Lecturer, 25 75 VTU,2010 26-7-2010 Rajesh VTU, 2005 5-8-2009 Gurukiran M.Tech, Lecturer, 32.25 35.48 32.35 K N Arun M.Tech, 2004 Lecturer, VTU, 1-2-2010 21.21 78.79 kumar VTU,2010 26-7-2010 Chandan v BE Lecturer, 3.22 96.78 Gurukiran M.Tech, 2004 Lecturer, 88.8 7.4 VTU, 1-2-2010 3.7 VTU, 2004 1-2-2010 Ganesh B B M.Tech, Lecturer, 3.22 96.78 0,2 Chandan v BE VTU,2010 Lecturer, 100 26-7-2010 VTU, 2004 1-2-2010 Y PP Mamatha M.Tech, Y Mamatha M.Tech, Lecturer, Lecturer, 18.75 81.25 12.90 87.10 VTU, 2009 22-7-2010 22-7-2010 VTU, 2009 Naviin M.Tech, Lecturer, 22.58 77.42 Version.3.0VTU, 2004 May, 2011 Any alteration in the contents will make the document liable to be cancelled Page 29 of 22-7-2010
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Naviin

M.Tech, Lecturer, 32.25 67.75 VTU, 2004 22-7-2010 Supporting documents: Individual Time table, attendance of college, certificates submitted to office, appointment order.

V-P.1 Student Teacher Ratio (STR) (20) : STR is desired to be 15 or superior Assessment = 20 * 15 * 0.8 / STR ;subject to Max. Assessment of 20. Where STR = Student Teacher Ratio = (x + y + z) / N1 Where x = Number of students in 2nd year of the program y = Number of students in 3rd year of the program z = Number of students in 4th year of the program N1 = Total Number Faculty Members in the program (by considering fractional load)
Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 x 63 72 94 108 y 66 67 72 91 z 56 56 73 70 x+y+z 185 195 239 269 N1 STR Assessment (Max. is 20) 14.28 14.77 14.07 15.17 14.57

14-3=11 16.81 16-4=12 16.25 18-4=14 17.07 21-4=17 15.82 Av. assessment

For Item Nos. V-P.2 to V-P.8, the denominator term (N) is computed as follows:-N = Maximum {N1, N2}, where N1 = Total Number of Faculty Members in the programme (considering the fractional load), N2 = Number of Faculty positions needed for Student Teacher Ratio (STR) of 15.
Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 N1 11 12 14 17 N2 13 13 16 18 N=Max. (N1, N2) 13 13 16 18

V-P.2 Faculty Cadre Ratio (20) Assessment = 20 * CRI Where CRI = Cadre Ratio Index = 2.25 ( 2x + y ) / N ;subject to Max. CRI = 1.0; where x = Number of professors in the programme y = Number of associate professors in the programme
Year x y N CRI Assessment

2008-09

13

0.865 0.90 0.75

17.30 18 15 16.76
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V-P.3 Faculty Qualifications (30) Assessment = 3 * FQI Where FQI = Faculty Qualification Index = (10 * x + 6 * y + 4 * z) / N Where x = Number of Faculty Members with Ph. D. y = Number of Faculty Members with M. E / M. Tech z = Number of Faculty Members with B. E / B. Tech./M.Sc.
Year x Y Z 2008-09 1 11 1 2009-10 1 11 3 2010-11 1 15 2 Avg. Assessment Supporting documents: Degree Certificates N 13 15 18 FQI 6.15 5.86 6 Assessment 18.46 17.6 18.0 18.02

V-P.4 Faculty Retention (20) Assessment = 4 * RPI / N Where RPI = Retention Point Index = Points assigned to all Faculty Where Points assigned to a faculty = 1 point for each year of experience at the Institute but not exceeding 5.

Item

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11 6 03 --3 6 18 45 10 10.6

Number of faculty with less than 1y (x0) 03 05 Number of faculty with 1y <= period < 2y -1 (x1) Number of faculty with 2y <= period < 3y 3 -(x2) Number of faculty with 3y <= period < 4y 2 3 (x3) Number of faculty with 4y <= period < 5y -2 (x4) Number of faculty with more than 5y (x5) 5 4 N 13 15 RPI = x1 + 2x2 + 3x3 + 4x4 + 5x5 23 38 Assessment 11.69 10.13 Av. Assessment Supporting documents: Attendance register, relieving/resignation letters

V-P.5 Faculty Research Publications (20) Assessment of FRP = 4 * Sum of the Research Publication Points scored by each Faculty member DIVIDED BY (N)

Guidelines: A faculty member scores at most 5 Research publication points depending upon the quality of the research papers and books published in the past 3 years. The research papers considered are those (i) which can be located on Internet and/or are included in hard-copy volumes/ proceedings, published by well known publishers, and
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(ii) the faculty members affiliation, in the published papers/books, is of the current institution.
Include a list of all such publications and IPRs along with details of DOI, publisher, month/year, etc.

Name of faculty (contributing to FRP) H RamaKrishna G B Krishnappa Dr. G V Naveen Prakash L J Sudev K S Ravi K B Vinay B B Ganesh SUM N (Number of faculty positions required for an STR of 15) Assessment FRP = 4 x Sum/N Av. Assessment : 5.16 NC=National Conference IC=International conference

FRP Points (Max. 5 per year per faculty) 2008-09 NC IC 5 5 5 15 13 5 15 13 5 5 5 5 5 25 16 5 5 NJ IJ 2009-10 NC IC NJ IJ 2010-11 NC IC NJ IJ

4.61

4.61

6.25

NJ=National journal IJ=International journal

V-P.6 Faculty Intellectual Property Rights (10) Assessment of FIPR = 2 * Sum of the FIPR points scored by each Faculty member DIVIDED BY (N) Guidelines: A faculty member scores at most 5 FIPR points. FIPR includes awarded national/international patents, design and copyrights.
FIPR Points (Max. 5 per year per faculty) Name of faculty (contributing to FIPR) 2008-09 2009-10 ... ..... Nil Nil ....... Sum 0 0 N 0 0 Assessment FIPR = 2 x 0 0 Sum/N Av. Assessment

2010-11 Nil 0 0 0 0

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V-P.7 Externally funded R & D Projects and Consultancy Work (20) Assessment of R&D and Consultancy Projects = 4 * Sum of FPPC by each faculty DIVIDED BY (N) Guidelines: A faculty member gets atmost 5 points, depending upon the amount. A suggestive scheme is given below for a minimum amount of Rs. 1 lakh:5 points for funding by National Agency, 4 points for funding by State Agency, 3 points for funding by private sector, and 2 points for funding by the sponsoring Trust/Society.
Name of faculty (contributing to FRDC) FRDC Points (Max. 5 per year per faculty) 2008-09 2009-10 Nil 0 0 0 2010-11 Nil 0 0 0 0

... ..... Nil ....... Sum 0 N 0 Assessment FRDC = 4 x 0 Sum/N Av. Assessment

V-P.8 Faculty Interactions with Outside World (10) Assessment = 2 * Sum of FIP by each faculty DIVIDED BY (N) Guidelines : A faculty member gets at the most 5 Interaction Points, depending upon the type of Institution or R&D Lab or Industry, as given below: 5 points for interaction with a well known Institution abroad, Institution of Eminence in India or National Research Labs, 3 points for interaction with Institution/Industry (not covered) above, 2 points for interaction with State Level Institutions and others. Point to be warded, are for those activities, which result in joint efforts in publication of books/research paper, pursuing externally funded R & D/consultancy projects and/or development of semester-long course/teaching modules. FIP points Sl No. Name of the faculty 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 5 0 0 1 H Ramakrishna 0 5 5 2 G. B. Krishnappa 5 0 0 3 L. J. Sudev 5 5 5 4 Dr. G. V. Naveen Prakash 0 0 5 5 K. S. Ravi 0 5 5 6 K. B. Vinay 0 0 5 7 Ganesh B B 15 15 25 Sum Total number of Faculty 13 15 18 (N) 2.3 2 2.7 Assessment FIP 6.27 Average Assessment
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Supporting documents: Individual Faculty Members Documents Interaction Details with outside world Sl. No 1 Title Numerical Modeling OF Pulse Tube Refrigerator DOI Proceedings of the national conferences on advances in mechanical engineering 2009 VVIT Proceedings of the National Symposium on Cryogenics (NSC 23) NIT Rourkela National Conference on Emerging Trends n Mechanical Engineering ETIME -2008 BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore National Conference on Recent Developments in Mechanical Engineering RDME-2009 Sree Chaitra Thirunal College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapu ram, Kerala Dr. G V Naveen Prakash Sathish Kumar K M Dr.H V Ravindra August 28 29, 2008-2009 Interacted by G B Krishnappa D. Madhu, S Kasthuri Rangan Interacted with Month/year October 5, 2009-10

2.

Comparison of different numerical models for the analysis two stage pulse tube refrigerator Study of thermal aspect of bearings in machine tools using finite element method

GB Krishnappa,

D. Madhu, S Kasthuri Rangan

October 29-30, 2010-11

3.

4.

Exerimental and Finite Element Analysis of Heat Distribution in Machine Tools

Dr. G V Naveen Prakash

Sathish Kumar K M Dr. H V Ravindra

March 5- 6 2008-2009

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Numerical Modeling OF Pulse Tube Refrigerator

Proceedings of international conference on convergence of science and engg in Education and Research

GB Krishnappa,

D. Madhu, S Kasthuri Rangan

April 21 -23, 2009-2010

Comparison of 1 D & 2 D Flow numerical analysis applied to two stage pulse tube cry color

Proceedings of Cryogenics Engg Conferences and international cryogenic materials conference (CEC-ICMC 2011) International Congress and Exposition (IMECE) Boston Massachusetts, United States of America 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Material Processing Technology National Engineering. College, Kovilpatti (TN),

GB Krishnappa,

D. Madhu, S Kasthuri Rangan

June 13 - 17, 2010-11

Monitoring of the Machine Elements in Drilling Machine using Vibration Signals by FEM, ASME 2008 Estimation of AE Parameters for Monitoring Spindle Bearing in a Drilling Machine using Multiple Regression and GMDH

Dr. G V Naveen Prakash

Sathish Kumar K M H V Ravindra

October 3 to November 6, 2008-2009.

Dr. G V Naveen Prakash

Sathish Kumar KM H V Ravindra

Feb. 25- 27, 2008 2009 -

E- Learning Initiatives in Technical Education an Indian Prospective

International K B Vinay Conference of International Academy of Management & Business Orlando (USA)

Dr. Santhosh Kumar

Jan, 17 -19 2010-2011

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Forced Convection Heat Transfer through an array of Rectangular solid and drilled fins on a horizontal base plate with different fin spacings

International Conference on advanced Materials, Manufacturing Management and Thermal Sciences, SIT Tumkar

B B Ganesh

Nov18-19, 2010-2011

Criterion VI: Facilities and Technical Support (75) VI-P.1 Class Rooms in the Department (20) VI-P.1.1 Adequate number of rooms for lectures (core/electives), seminars, tutorials, etc for the program (10) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.1.2 Teaching aids black/white-board, multimedia projectors, etc. (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.1.3 Acoustics, class room size, conditions of chairs/benches, air circulation, lighting, exits, ambiance, and such other amenities/facilities (5) Description of Class rooms, faculty rooms, and seminar and conference halls: (Entries in the following table are sampler entries)
Room Description Class Room Number Tutorial rooms Examination hall Seminar Room Number Meeting room Number Usage 05 01 05 01 01 Shared / Exclusive? Exclusive Exclusive Shared Exclusive Shared capacity 60 25 32 70 20 Rooms Equipped with Desks, Board & Podium LCD Projector, Internet (WiFi), Desks, Board & Podium Desks, Board & Podium LCD Projector, Internet (WiFi), Cordless microphone and speakers, Desks, Board & Podium PC and Internet (WiFi) Laptop, Internet (WiFi), Intercom, Bookrack, Office tables etc.

Faculty rooms (n)

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Shared

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Supporting documents: Respective Purchase order and bills of 1. LCD Projectors. 2. Cordless microphone and speakers. 3. Internet Wi-Fi connection. 4. Laptops. 5. Intercom. 6. Book rack (Almirah) and office tables. 7. Mechanical department building plan.

Assessment based on the information provided in the above table and the inspection thereof VI-P.2 Faculty Rooms in the Department (15) VI-P.2.1 Availability of individual faculty rooms (5) Sl. No Faculty Rooms on 1. Ground Floor 2. First Floor

No. of Faculty Rooms 11 9

Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.2.2 Room equipped with white/black board, computer, internet, and such other amenities/facilities (5) Sl. No Faculty Room No. of Faculty Rooms 1. Ground Floor 1 Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.2.3 Usage of room for discussion/counseling with students (5) Sl. No 1. 2. Faculty Rooms on Ground Floor First Floor No. of Faculty Rooms 11 9

Assessment based on the information provided in the above table and the inspection thereof

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I-P.3 Laboratories in the Department to Meet the Curriculum Requirements as well as the PEOs (25)
Curriculum Laboratory Description Basic Workshop R & D Center Smithy Foundry & Sand Testing Lab M S M T Lab Fluid Mechanics Lab Fluid Machinery Lab Energy Conversion Lab Fuel Testing lab Energy Conversion Lab IC Engine Lab Machine shop CAED CAMD CAD & CAM Lab Design Lab HMT Lab Metrology Lab Exclusive use/Share d? Shared Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Shared Shared Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Shared Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Space, in Sq Meters Number of Students 217 15 66 123 15 129 15 86 15 67.5 15 67.5 15 15 67.5 67.5 270 195 195 76 100 100 98 15 15 60 60 15 15 15 15 Number of experime nts 8 8 12 10 7 7 8 8 8 8 4 10 10 12 22 Quality of instrumen ts Laborator y manuals

Working in Good Condition

Yes Prepared

VI-P.3.1 Adequate well equipped labs to run the entire program specific curriculum (10) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table

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VI-P.3.2 Availability of computing facilities available exclusively in the department (5)


Computer Facilities for the existing Programme(s) Specification Lenovo, Dell Intel Core2duo Intel Pentium D & Intel Core2duo Sl. Particulars No. 1. No. of Computer terminals No of terminals of LAN/WAN Application Solid Edge V18 Catia V2 R7 3. Software CADEM, Cadian 2004A AMESIM Ansys 12 MAT Lab

Availability

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111
Applicati on 60 22 10 10 10 25 10 System 60 10+10

11.

Peripherals / Printers

12.

Internet Accessibility

Panasonic projector, Philips Projector, PD115 DLP Projector, HP Scanner 2400/ HP Laser Jet 1320, HP Design jet 30n (Plotter) HP Laser jet 1020 HP Laser Jet M1005 3 in 1 24 Hours 10Mbps

Each 01

Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.3.3 Availability of laboratories and students project labs with tech. support within and beyond working hours (5)
Curriculum Laboratory Description Basic Workshop R & D Center M S M T Lab Machine shop CAD & CAM Lab Exclusive use/Share d? Shared Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Space, in Sq Meters Number of Students 217 15 80 86 15 270 15 76 15 Quality of instrumen ts Working in Good Condition

Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.3.4 Equipments to run experiments and their maintenance, Number of students per experimental set up, Size of the laboratories, overall ambience etc. (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table Same as I-P.3
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VI-P.4 Technical Manpower Support in the Department (15)


Exclusive Qualification Designation Name of the /Shared Date of (Pay At Tech Staff work? Joining Now ? scale) Joining Other Technical Skills gained?

Responsibility General Supervision of all labs & Class rooms, Dept. library Incharge, Supervision of DG Maintenance, Stock maintenance & record keeping etc. Metrology Lab & MSMT Lab Incharge MSMT, FM & Basic workshop Lab Incharge EC & HMT Lab Incharge Design, Machine Shop & Basic Workshop Incharge CAED, CAMD & Cad, CIM Lab Incharge Smithy & Basic work shop Lab Incharge Foundry & Basic work shop Lab Incharge CAED lab Incharge & Office Work

Sundar

Foreman 10500-25018150

Exclusive

17.11.97

DME

DME/DIT CNC (KSOU) Training

M. N. Mallesh

Instructor 8805-22516000 Instructor 8805-22516000 Instructor 8805-22516000

Shared

12.10.98

DME

DME

CNC Training CNC Training

K. B. Chandrakantha P. Nagabushan

Exclusive

3.01.08

DME

DME

Exclusive

12.10.2000 DME

DME

CNC Training CNC Programming & operation, Typewriting CNC Training

Mahendra M

Instructor 8805-22516000

Exclusive

26.8.2010

DME

DME

M. L. Renuka

Asst. Instructor 6250-12512000 M. Janardhan Asst. Rao Instructor 6250-12512000 S. V. Yamuna Asst. Instructor 6250-12512000 Shivakumar M Asst. Instructor
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ITI

ITI

CNC Training

Exclusive

25.9.2007

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26.8.2010
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K. R. Satisha

Mechanic 5800-10010500

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27.01.2003 I T I

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CNC Training

H. S. Nagendra Mechanic 5800-10010500 D. R. Mechanic Jagdeesha 5800-10010500

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CNC Training CNC Training

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1.9.2008

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Foundry, Machine Shop & Basic Workshop & DG Maintenance Basic Workshop & DG Maintenance Basic Workshop & DG Maintenance

VI-P.4.1 Availability of adequate and qualified technical supporting staff for program specific labs (10) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table VI-P.4.2 Incentives, skill-up gradation and professional advancement (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table

Criterion VII: Continuous Improvements (75) VII-P.1 Improvement in Success Index of Students (10) From IV-P.1
Items Success Index LYG LYGm1 LYGm2 Aggregate

VII-P.2 Improvement in Academic Performance Index of Students (10) From IV-P.2


Items API LYG LYGm1 LYGm2 Aggregate

VII-P.3 Improvement in Student Teacher Ratio (10) From V-P.1


Items STR LYG LYGm1 LYGm2 Aggregate

VII-P.4 Enhancement of Faculty Qualification Index (10) From V-P.3


Items FQI
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VII-P.5 Improvement in Faculty Research Publications, R & D work and Consultancy work (10) From V-P.5 and V-P.7
Items FRP FPPC LYG LYGm1 LYGm2 Aggregate

VII-P.6 Continuing Education (10) Specify the contributory efforts made by the faculty by developing the course/lab modules, conducting short-term courses/workshops etc., for continuing education:
Module Description CFD fundamentals and its Application . Any other contributory Inst./ Industry Developed / organized by Resource Persons Scientists & Professors from NAL, ADA, IISc, VVCE Target Audience Usage and citation etc.

Duration

VTU

Mechanical Engg Dept.

1 Week

Faculty

VII-P.7 New Facility Created (10) Specify new facilities created for strengthening the curriculum and/or meeting the PEOs:
Module Description In CAYm2 . In CAYm1 .. In CAY .. Any other contributory Inst./ Industry Developed / organized by Duration Resource Persons Target Audience Usage and citation etc.

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VII-P.8 Overall Improvements since Last Accreditation, if any, otherwise, since establishment (5) Specify the overall improvements:
Specify the strengths/ weakness In CAYm2 In CAYm1 .. In CAY .. Improvement brought in Contributed by List the PEO(s), which are strengthened Comments, if any

Criterion VIII: Curriculum (100) List all the course modules along with their objectives and outcomes (Ref. Part III):
Units Course . Theory Lab Science / HSS / Professional Core, Elective or Breadth? PEOs specified by Affiliating Institution Additional theory / lab / assignments / tests needed to meet objectives?

Comments

VIII-P.1 Contents of Basic Science, Humanities and Professional Courses Core, Elective, and Breadth (30) Assessment must evaluate the balance in the composition of basic science, humanities, professional courses and their distribution in core and elective and breadth offerings, so that the PEOs are satisfied. If such components are not included in the curriculum provided by the affiliated university then the Institution should make additional efforts to impart such knowledge by covering such aspects through contents beyond syllabi. VIII-P.2 Content Delivery (30) Assessment must evaluate the effectivity of teaching content including etutorials and delivery. Innovation, if any should be specified including e Tutorials..

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VIII-P.3 Laboratory and Project Work (20) Assessment must evaluate the balance between laboratory /project work and theory, so that the PEOs are satisfied. If enough lab/design/experimentation components are not included in the curriculum provided by the affiliated university then the Institution should make additional efforts to impart such knowledge by covering such aspects through contents beyond syllabi. VIII-P.4 Additional Contents to Bridge Curriculum Gaps (20) Assessment must evaluate program specific contents which are added to bridge curriculum gaps across the courses in order to achieve PEOs and the specific course objectives. Criterion IX: Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) (150) List all the course modules along with their PEOs (Ref. Part III) along with Course-files etc.: Refer to course files of Individual Faculty Members.
PEOs Assessment (Poor / Average / Good / Excellent) Course Units (Theory Tutorial Lab) .. .. .. .. Theory Lab Assignments / Tests / Exams Project / Independen t Study Comments (e.g., needs, re-working, strengthening, etc. Theory Lab Assignments / Tests / Exams Project / Independent Study

IX-P.1 PEOs Mapping with Curriculum (30) Assessment must be based on the PEOs defined for a course or a set of courses, and their mapping with the curriculum.

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IX-P.2 PEOs Mapping with Content Delivery Theory and Labs (30) Assessment must be based on the PEOs defined for a course or a set of courses, and their mapping with (i) content delivery and (ii) knowledge gained through theory classes and laboratory work. Produce sample course files (best and average quality), handouts showing course deliveries mapped to the identified PEOs. In case of an affiliated institution, there may be a provision for teaching additional topics and holding supplementary tests/examinations in order to achieve the identified PEOs. Produce sample laboratory assignment sheets (best and average quality). This exercise is aimed at assessing the possibility and provision for PEOs mapping with content delivery and the capability of the Institution to do so. IX-P.3 PEOs Mapping with Evaluation (Examinations/Tests/Assignments) (30) Assessment must be based on the PEOs defined for a course or a set of courses, and their mapping with examinations, class tests, and take-home work (assignments and independent study). Produce sample (best and average quality) examination/tests question papers, assignment sheets along with model solutions to assess how the PEOs are achieved through such evaluations. In case of an affiliated institution, there may be a provision for additional/supplementary tests/examinations in order to cater to additional subject topics, required for achieving the identified PEOs. This exercise is aimed at assessing the possibility, provision and capability of the institution to do the above in order to achieve the stated PEOs.

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IX-P.4 PEOs Mapping with Final Year Project work (30) Assessment of final year students projects must be done considering criteria such as (i) their quality, (ii) the state-of-the-art technology used in execution, (iii) their relevance to industry and academics, (iv) the use and development of theoretical and experimental methods, and (v) the coverage of border areas of the programme. Include a list of five best and average projects from each of the three years CAY, CAYm1 and CAYm2 along with their contributions.
Name of the Student(s) In CAYm2 2008-09 . Coupling of a Reaction Turbine with an Impulse Turbine Design And Fabrication of Paddy Separator Design & Abrication Of Linear Gear Mechanism Voice Based Control System for Vehicle/Robot DESIGN & FABRICATION OF ROTARY VIBRATOR & DIE Design And Fabrication Of Automatic Emergency Exit Window Opening For Railway Coach Thermal Engg. Design Engg GB Krishnappa H Ramakrishna Area of Specializat ion Project Supervisor (s) Contribution / Achievements / Research Output Matching with stated PEOs

Project Title

Publication

Control Engg.

Sudev L J

In CAYm1 2009-10 .. Design Engg. S A Mohan Krishna

LOW COST AUTOMATION OF PROFILE WELDING MACHINE FOR THE LOWER ARM OF A PASSENGER CAR DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF UNIVERSAL VIBRATION TESTING RIG WITH GRAPHICAL INTERFACE REDUCTION OF ENGINE CONTAMINATION
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FEASIBILITY STUDYOF MINIATURIZATIO N OF A SUGAR INDUSTRY

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In CAY 2010-11 .. Rework Reduction In Vehicle Assembly Of Scooty Pep And Scooty Streak Optimization of Mechanical Process in the Manufacture of Printed Circuit Board Design And Fabrication of Multipurpose Machine Design & Fabrication of a System to convert BI Directional Input Into Unidirectional output Design & Fabrication of Foot step Power Generation System Maintenance Engg Dr. G V Naveen Prakash Jayashanka rN GB Krishnappa L J Sudev Deccan Herald Star of Mysore Times of India Star of Mysore Deccan Herald, Star of Mysore and Prajavani

Manufacturing

Design Engg.

Design Engg.

Design Engg.

D V Satish

Utilization of Upstream Air for the Generation of Power in Automobiles Design and Fabrication of robotic Drilling Arm

Thermal Engg

BB Ganesh

Manufacturing.

K S Ravi

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IX-P.5 Continuous Improvement in the Process of PEOs Mapping and Assessment (30) Viewing the process of PEOs mapping to the above mentioned criteria as a continuously improving process over the years, attempts must be made to document the effectivity of the mapping processes. This continuous process may also refine/revise the targeted PEOs and their mappings.

Criterion X: Programme Outcomes and Assessment (100)


X-P.1 Demonstration of Attainment of the Mandatory a-to-k outcomes (Ref. Part III) (50) Evaluation is based on outcome assessment from students, faculty and placement attainments.

X-P.1.1 Assessment of outcomes from students attainment (15) Academic and professional achievements by students in terms of a-to-k-outcomes must be evaluated out as per documented processes. X-P.1.2 Assessment of outcomes due to faculty contributions and achievements (15) Academic and professional contributions of the faculty leading to a-to-k-outcomes and their achievements must be evaluated as per documented processes. X-P.1.3 Assessment of outcomes from placement (10) Assessment of achieved objectives as revealed through placement data (type of jobs, nature of companies, higher studies etc.) must be evaluated as per documented processes. X-P.1.4 Assessment of achievements as disseminated in media/public fora (10) Assessment of achievements, as published in the media/public fora of repute (excluding the internal publications of the Institute, its media partners) must be done based on their impact. X-P.2 Assessment of Outcomes by External Stakeholders (30) X-P.2.1 Documented process and assessment from Industries (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the relevant industries. X-P.2.2 Documented process and assessment from Almuni (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the qualified and relevant alumni.
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X-P.2.3 Documented process and assessment from Professional Bodies (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the applicable and recognized national/international professional bodies. X-P.3 Effectivity and Efficiency of the Mechanism/Procedure for Continuous Review and Outcome Measurements (20)
Viewing the review and outcome measurement processes as continuously improving, attempts must be made to document the effectivity and efficiency of the mechanism/procedures

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PART III Curriculum, Syllabi, PEOs and Outcomes


In this part of SAR, the course modules and/or groups of course modules in the programme, should provide the following information: 1. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Course Objectives, 2. Programme Outcomes as attainable through a course module or a group of course modules, 3. Defined outcomes vis--vis the subset of achievable outcomes for a course module and/or group of course modules, 4. Additional contents beyond the syllabi, if needed, to be provided to meet the outcomes with the course objectives, and 5. How to make provisions for the additional contents, if needed to bridge the gaps, in the academic calendar. The following excerpts are taken from the ABETs Criteria for Accrediting Engineering Programmes:-Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) Programme educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing the graduates to achieve. Each programme for which an institution seeks accreditation or reaccreditation must have in place: (a) (b) (c) published educational objectives that are consistent with the mission of the institution and these criteria, a process that periodically documents and demonstrates that the objectives are based on the needs of the programme's various constituents, and an assessment and evaluation process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which these objectives are attained.

Programme Outcomes Programme outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the programme. Engineering programmes must demonstrate that their students attain the following outcomes: (a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering, (b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data, (c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, (d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams, (e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems, (f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,
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(g) an ability to communicate effectively, (h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context, (i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning, (j) a knowledge of contemporary issues, and (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Programme outcomes are outcomes (a) through (k) plus any additional outcomes that may be articulated by the programme. Programme outcomes must foster attainment of programme educational objectives. Assessment Assessment is one or more processes that identify, collect, and prepare data to evaluate the achievement of programme outcomes and programme educational objectives. Evaluation Evaluation is one or more processes for interpreting the data and evidence accumulated through assessment practices. Evaluation determines the extent to which programme outcomes or programme educational objectives are being achieved and results in decisions and actions to improve the programme. There must be an assessment and evaluation process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which the programme outcomes are attained.

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PART IV List of documents / records to be made available during the visit


(Records of three years to be made available, wherever applicable) Institute Specific I.1. Land papers, built-plan and approval etc. I.2. Composition of GC/GB, Senate and other Academic and Administrative bodies, their functions and responsibilities. List of all the meetings held in the past 3 years along with the attendance records. Representative minutes and action-taken reports of a few meetings of such bodies along with the list of current faculty members who are members of such bodies. I.3. Rules, policies and procedures published by the Institution including service book and academic regulations and other along with the proof that the employees/students are aware of the rules and procedures. I.4. Budgeted allocation and utilization : Audited statement of accounts I.5. Informative web site I.6. Library resources books and journal holdings, I.7. Listing of core, computing and manufacturing etc. labs I.8. Records of T & P and career and guidance cells I.9. Records of safety checks and critical installations I.10. Medical care records and usages of ambulance etc. I.11. Academic calendar, schedule of tutorial and makeup classes I.12. Course handouts/files along with PEOs; list of additional topics to meet PEOs and outcomes. I.13. Set of question papers, assignments, evaluation schemes etc. I.14. Feedback proforma, analysis and corrective actions I.15. Documented feedback received from the stake-holders (e.g., Industries, Parents, Alumni, Financiers etc.) of the Institution I.16. List of faculty who teach first year courses along with their qualifications I.17. First year results. Programme Specific P.1 NBA accreditation reports of the past visits, if any P.2 Department budget and allocations of the past 3 years P.3 Admission seats filled and ranks (3y data) P.4 List/Number of students who clear the programme in 4y (3y data) P.5 Av. Grade point (CGPA) (3y data of students CGPA/percentage) P.6 Placement and higher studies data (3y data) P.7 Professional society activities, events, conferences organized etc. P.8 List of students papers along with hard-copies of the publications; professional society publications/magazines etc. P.9 Sample best and average project reports/theses P.10 Details of faculty student ratio P.11 Faculty details with their service books, salary details, sample
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appointment letters, promotion and award letters/certificates P.12 Faculty list with designation, qualification, joining date, publication, R & D, interaction details P.13 List of faculty publications along with DOIs and publication/citation details P.14 List of R & D and consultancy projects along with approvals and project completion reports P.15 List and proofs of faculty interaction with outside world P.16 List of class rooms, faculty rooms, P.17 List of programme specific labs and computing facility within dept. P.18 List of non-teaching staff with their appointment letters etc P.19 List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules developed P.20 Records of new programme specific facility created, if any P.21 Records of overall programme specific improvements, if any P.22 Curriculum, PEO/Course objectives and Outcomes, P.23 Known gaps in the curriculum vis--vis PEOs and Outcomes P.24 List of contents beyond syllabi and schedule in academic calendar, if any P.25 Course files, plan of course delivery, question papers, assignments, list of experiments etc. ***

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