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Criterion 2 - Teaching-Learning and Evaluation (350)

Key Indicator - 2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile (30)


2.1.1 Average percentage of students from other States and Countries during
the last five years
QnM Data Requirement for last five years:
Number of students enrolled from other states and countries
Total number of students enrolled

Number of Number of
students students Total number of
Year of
enrolled from enrolled from students
enrolment
other states other enrolled
countries
2016-17 18 0 816
2015-16 11 0 666
2014-15 17 0 811
2013-14 11 0 595
2012-13 19 0 617
Formula:
Number of students from _ other
states and countries x ^QQ Total
number of students
Percentage per year
18
- 17 = x 100 = 2.20
816
Percentage for 2016 11
- 16 = x 100 = 1.65
666

Percentage for 2015 17


- 15 = x 100 = 2.09
811

11
Percentage for 2014
- 14 = x 100 = 1.84
595
Percentage for 2013 19
- 13 = x 100 = 3.07
617

Percentage for 2012 2 Percentage per year


= 5

Average Percentage

2.20 + 1.65 + 2.09 + 1.84 + 3.07


Average Percentage = = 2.17
5
2.1.2 Average enrolment percentage (Average of last five years)

QnM Data Requirements last five years:


Total Number of students
admitted
Total number of sanctioned seats Total
Total number of
Program Number of
Year Program name sanctioned
Code students
seats
admitted
Civil Engineering (FE) 533119110 102 120
Civil Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533119110 63 -
Civil Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533119180 60 60
Computer Engineering (FE) 533124510 60 60
Computer Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533124510 18 -
Electrical Engineering (FE) 533129310 42 120
Electrical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533129310 107 -
2016-17
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 11 60
Engineering (FE)
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 42 -
Engineering (Lateral Entry)
Mechanical Engineering (FE) 533161210 75 120
Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533161210 82 -
Mechanical Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533161280 60 60
Civil Engineering (FE) 533119110 105 120
Civil Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533119110 74 -
Civil Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533119180 60 60
Computer Engineering (FE) 533124510 25 60
Computer Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533124510 50 -
Electrical Engineering (FE) 533129310 36 120
Electrical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533129310 104 -
2015-16
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 5 60
Engineering (FE)
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 68 -
Engineering (Lateral Entry)
Mechanical Engineering (FE) 533161210 92 120
Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533161210 81 -
Mechanical Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533161280 60 60
Civil Engineering (FE) 533119110 111 120
Civil Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533119110 50 -
Civil Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533119180 60 60
Computer Engineering (FE) 533124510 32 60
2014-15 Computer Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533124510 47 -
Electrical Engineering (FE) 533129310 111 120
Electrical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533129310 77 -
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 8 60
Engineering (FE)
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 38 -
Engineering (Lateral Entry)
Mechanical Engineering (FE) 533161210 119 120
Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533161210 50 -
Mechanical Engineering (Direct 2nd Year) 533161280 60 60
Civil Engineering (FE) 533119110 116 120
Civil Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533119110 57 -
Computer Engineering (FE) 533124510 26 60
Computer Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533124510 57 -
Electrical Engineering(FE) 533129310 72 120
Electrical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533129310 75 -
2013-14
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 8 60
Engineering (FE)
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 57 -
Engineering (Lateral Entry)
Mechanical Engineering(FE) 533161210 117 120
Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533161210 40 -
Civil Engineering (FE) 533119110 105 120
Civil Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533119110 52 -
Computer Engineering (FE) 533124510 42 60
Computer Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533124510 41 -
Electrical Engineering(FE) 533129310 108 120
Electrical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533129310 70 -
2012-13
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 32 60
Engineering(FE)
Electronics & Tele-Communication
533137210 46 -
Engineering (Lateral Entry)
Mechanical Engineering(FE) 533161210 114 120
Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry) 533161210 24 -

Formula:
Total number of
_students admitted_
Percentage per year = x 100
Total number of sactioned seats

722
Percentage for 2016 17 =-x 100 = 120.33
600
760
Percentage for 2015 16 =-x 100 = 126.66
600

763
Percentage for 2014 15 =-x 100 = 127.16
600

625
Percentage for
6 480
2013 14 =-x 100 = 130.20
634
Percentage for 2012 13 = x 100 = 132.08 5
480
120.33 + 126.66 + 127.16 + 130.20 + 132.08 Average
Percentage = --- = 127.28

2.1.3 Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various
categories as per applicable reservation policy during the last five years
QnM Data Requirement:
Number of students admitted from the reserved category
Total number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI or
State Government rule
Reservation for Backward Class category Candidates:
The percentage of seats reserved for candidates of backward class categories belonging to
Maharashtra State is as given below. The percentage of reservation is the percentages of
the seats available for Maharashtra candidates, coming under the CAP. Backward class
candidates shall claim the category to which they belong to at the time of submission of
application form for CAP.

Percentage of
Sr. No. Category of Reservation
seats Reserved
Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste
1 13.0%
converts to Buddhism (SC)
2 Schedule Tribes (ST) 7.0%
VimuktaJati (VJ)/De Notified
3 3.0%
Tribes(DT)(NT-A)
4 Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B) 2.5%
5 Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C) 3.5%

6 Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D) 2.0%


7 Other Backward Classes (OBC) 19.0%
Total 50.0%

(Reference: Information Boucher DTE Maharashtra)


Number of seats earmarked for
Number of students admitted
reserved category as per GOI or
from the reserved category
Year State Government rule

SC ST OBC Gen Others SC ST OBC Gen Others

2016-17 125 67 183 481 116 78 32 397 168 96


2015-16 103 55 150 397 88 36 6 281 163 62
2014-15 79 42 114 301 66 13 12 309 107 62
2014-13 78 42 114 301 66 13 3 271 118 54
2013-12 73 40 107 282 62 14 7 243 178 42

Total seats earmarked for reserved category (SC + ST + OBC) =

Formula:
Actual number of students admitted
from the reserve category
Percentage per year = ,-:-?---;j x 100
0r JTotal number of seats earmarked
for reserved category as per
GOI or State Government rule
603
x 100 = 122.81
491
Percentage for 2016 17
385
x 100 = 97.22
396
Percentage for 2015 - 16
396
x 100 = 131.56
301
Percentage for 2014 15
341
x 100 = 113.67
300
Percentage for 2013 14
306
x 100 = 108.51
282
Percentage for 2012 13
122.81 + 97.22 + 131.56 + 113.67 + 108.51 Average
Percentage = ---= 114.75
Key Indicator - 2.2 Catering to Student Diversity (50)
2.2.1 The institution assesses the learning levels of the students, after
admission and organises special programs for advanced learners and slow
learners
Q1M Institute assesses the learning levels of students by:

> Assessment of learning levels after admission is carried out through the merit list of
the students and interaction of faculty members during foundation course.
> In succeeding years academic performance of students is monitored through result
analysis, class teachers report and tutors report.
> Induction Programme is conducted for First Year (FE) and Direct Second Year (DSE)
students after admission process to make students aware about course, curriculum,
rules and regulations of the institute. From current academic year institute have
started Foundation Course for FE students before commencement of semester which
aims to bridge the knowledge gap.
> At the beginning of the semester faculty members conduct orientation classes to
ascertain knowledge based needs and skills of the students.
> Uniform distribution of weak, average and advanced learners is done in classes.
> Experienced Faculty members are appointed for teaching the subjects to cater the
knowledge needs of students.
> Principal and Academic Monitoring Committee (AMC) addresses the faculty members
related to the effective academic execution.

The institute responds to the special learning needs of advanced learners through the
following means:

> Value Added Programs (VAP) such as AutoCAD, TAACT, STADD-Pro, Catia, CCNA,
PHP/Linux, Zensar Employability Skill Development program, etc are arranged to
impart transferable and life skills.
> Special efforts are taken by each department to qualify GATE and competitive exams
like Computer engineering department have started special GATE library and study
room for the students.
> Opportunity is provided to students to participate in innovative projects, industrial
projects, internships and global certification.
> Well-equipped laboratory and library facilities are provided to learn advanced
technologies in the field. Students are motivated to read reference books and
journals during library hours.
> Access is provided various video lectures of NPTEL and various e-journals.
> Students are given financial support and motivation for paper publication in journals
and filing patents.
> Expert lectures and seminars are organized for the students to guide them for higher
studies and competitive exams.
> Co-curricular activities like Aayaam, Desire, MechSummit, Techfight, Implexon etc.
are organized to provide competitive environment.

The following measures are taken to improve the performance of slow learners.
> Book bank facility is provided to the first year students.
> Printed lab manuals are provided to the first year students to provide extra support.
> Departmental library facility is extended specially for the needy and weak students.
> Tutor monitors 15 to 20 students for weak performance and less attendance and
counsels them in tutor meetings. Parents are informed through phone calls, SMS and
letters.
> For performance improvement extra lectures, remedial classes are conducted and
assignments are given to students.
> Student's progress is discussed with their parents during Parents Meet.
> Question bank is provided by faculties for their respective subject.
> Solved model question paper is provided with answers and marking scheme for
students reference.
> For online exam preparation students are encourage to use portal like MyExamo.
2.2.2 Student - Full time teacher ratio

QnM Data Requirements last five years:


Total number of students enrolled in the institution
Total number of full time teachers in the institution

Number of Number of Number of Number of


students students full time full time Number of
enrolled in enrolled in teachers in teachers in teachers
Year
the the the the teaching both
institution institution institution institution UG and PG
(UG) (PG) (UG) (PG) courses
2016-17 2198 0 131 0 0
2015-16 2273 0 130 0 0

2014-15 2028 0 129 0 0

2013-14 1613 0 108 0 0

2012-13 1110 0 76 0 0

Formula: Students: Teachers

For 2016 17 Students: Teachers 1:17

For 2015 - 16 Students: Teachers 1:17 For

2014 - 15 Students: Teachers 1:16 For

2013 - 14 Students: Teachers 1:15 For

2012 - 13 Students: Teachers 1:15


2.2.3 Percentage of differently abled students (Divyangjan) on rolls

QnMData Requirements last five years:


Total number of differently abled students on roll in the institution
Total number of students on roll in the institution

No. of differently abled students on


Year rolls in the institution

2016-17 0
2015-16 2
2014-15 1
2013-14 1
2012-13 0

Formula:

Number of differently abled


students on roll Total number of
x 100
students on roll

For 2016-17
0
x 100 = 0
816

For 2015-16 2
666 x 100 = 0.30

For 2014-15
1
-x 100 = 0.12
811

For 2013-14
1
-x 100 = 0.16
595

For 2012-13
0
x 100 = 0
617
Key Indicator - 2.3 Teaching - Learning Process (50)
2.3.1 Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative
learning and problem solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning
experiences
Q1M The institute is taking continuous efforts to enhance the learning experience of
students.
Experiential Learning:

> Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enabled class rooms, interactive
board, well-equipped laboratories and seminars halls is provided for enhancing
learning experience.
> Application based projects are floated to students to increase technical ability and
experimental learning. Guidance from industry and academic experts is provided to
design projects.
> Institute has the student's chapters of professional bodies like Indian Society of
Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRE), Society of Automotive
Engineers (SAE), Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (ACCE), Indian Plumbing
Association (IPA), Computer Society of India (CSI), Institution of Electronics and
Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) and Institution of Engineers (IEI) which organizes
events for students.
> Student's participation in poster presentations, model making and project
competitions nurture skills like experimental and participative learning. Approach to
strengthen these attributes has leads to student achievements in project
competitions, paper presentations, conferences.
> Industry-institute linkage is strengthened to bridge the gap between curriculum and
industry requirements.

Participative Learning:

> The soft-skill training programs, entrepreneurship development programs, site visits,
implant training are organized for students to make them better professionals and
also to learn different problem solving methodologies.
> Different activities like Group Discussions, mock interviews, debate and special
training sessions organized by training & placement.
> Institute inculcate social values in students by giving them projects related to social
problems which helps them to enhance their learning experience.
> Faculties and Students are encouraged to submit their project proposals for research
grants.
> The involvement of students in co-curricular, extra-curricular and NSS activities helps
them to develop their organizational skills, leadership qualities and team building.

Problem Solving Methodologies:

> Institute conducts numbers of activities like Expert lectures, Workshops, Seminars,
Guest Lectures, Value Added Programs (VAP), etc to enhance the student's
knowledge and skills.
> Through mini project competitions students design small applications to general
engineering problems which inculcate problem solving skills.
> Technical seminars are arranged for students which leads them to develop technical
and presentation skills.
> Institutes supports e-learning through different resources like Technical Journals,
Conference Proceedings, Reports as well as electronic form like e-books, e-journals,
CDs and NPTEL video lectures related to Engineering discipline are linked and used.
> Online tests, competitive exam guidance and software training are organized.
> Students usually undertake projects in association with industry or in-house
developments. Faculty member works as guide and actively involve themselves in
facilitating the completion of project work. Project work carried out by students is
product development which leads them for innovative thinking & problem solving.
2.3.2 Average percentage of teachers using ICT for effective teaching with
Learning Management Systems (LMS), E-learning resources etc.

QnM Data Requirement:


Number of teachers using ICT (LMS, e-
resources)
Number of teachers on roll
ICT tools and resources available

E-resources and techniques used ICT tools and Number of Teachers


resources available using ICT (LMS, e-
Resources)

Projector , You
NPTEL videos
tube/NPTEL website

PPT's Open office


Auto CAD Auto cad
E- web Internet browsers

ERP Sandip ER System 105


Blogspot Web Browser
Animated PPTs Microsoft Office
Videos Youtube

National Digital Library of India Personal Computer

E-Journal (IEEE, Sciece Direct, etc) Personal Computer

Formula:
Number of teachers using ICT
---x 100
Total number of teachers

105
x 100 = 85.36
123
2.3.3 Ratio of mentor to students for academic and stress related issues

QnM Data Requirements last five years:


Number of students assigned to each Mentor

Number of Number of Mentor:


Year students enrolledfulltime Mentee
in the institution teachers Ratio

2016-17 2198 131 1:17


2015-16 2273 130 1:17
2014-15 2028 129 1:16
2013-14 1613 108 1:15
2012-13 1110 76 1:15

Formula: Mentor: Mentee

For 2016-17 Mentor: Mentee 1:17

For 2015 16 Mentor: Mentee 1:17

For 2014 15 Mentor: Mentee 1:16

For 2013 14 Mentor: Mentee 1:15


For 2012 13 Mentor: Mentee 1: 15
2.3.4 Innovation and creativity in teaching-learning

Q1M

Some of the faculty members implements following innovative practices along with
conventional teaching methods to enhance the learning experience of the students.

> Institute have signed Memorandum of Understandings (MOU's) with various


foreign universities like Harward Business School, Synergy University, University
of Strathclyde, etc for third year student internship. During internship students
are exposed to the recent developments in their respective fields. Under the
mentorship of foreign professors students develop a model. Model designed
during internship are carried forward as final year projects.
> Institutional Intellectual Property Right (IPR) cell provides guidance and financial
support for filing patents. Through multiple intelligence and project based
learning, students develop final year projects which would be beneficial to
society.
> Prototype models like plate girder, roof truss are utilize as teaching aids in the
class room to demonstrate relevance of the theory and practical.
> Animations simplify the learning of complex subjects of engineering. Some
faculty members use animated PPT's and videos for enhancing students learning.
> Virtual labs like Amrita labs, IIT virtual labs are used to demonstrate some of the
practicals.
> E-assessment of feedback is adopted by institute which is one of the important
parameter of teaching learning.
> Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) students has designed All-Terrain Vehicle
(ATV) which has received all India 37th ranking in SAE BAJA-2015. ATV has been
designed by students in the institute's workshop, consecutively for past 3 years.
> Many students and faculties write blogs to share knowledge and ideas.
> Some students are selected as facilitator of GOOGLE and they conduct workshop
for their peers. This activity is certified and sponsored by GOOGLE wherein
students learn how to develop android applications.
> In problem based learning practices, Computer faculties along with student have
developed two different android applications which are beneficial for engineering
admissions and navigation in the campus. Faculties and students of Electrical
department have developed a sensor based Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB)
closing system for controlling the electricity in faculty room.
> Institute has signed MOU's with various training companies in order to conduct
employability skill sessions for all students. This activity enhances student's
placements, their professional career graph and overall development.
> Company specific training sessions are conducted 1 or 2 days prior to the
placement drive. Add on courses on group discussions, mock interviews,
communication activities and aptitude practice are conducted regularly.
> Faculty encourages students into self-study mode through access to NPTEL video
lectures, extra library hours and reading rooms.
> Inspirational quotes of eminent personalities & scientists are displayed in the
institute to motivate students. Learning space and discussion area is provided for
students.
> Various hobby clubs like Android development, Energy, Mathematics, Crazy
civilians; Robotics, etc. are formed for overall development of the students. Club
hour of 30 minutes is provided daily to the student with an aim to provide
freedom with focus. Students showcase their talent during different events
throughout the year.
Key Indicator - 2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality (80)
2.4.1 Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts
during the last five years

QnM Data Requirements last five years:


Number of full time
teachers
Number of sanctioned posts
Formula:
Number of fulltime teachers
Percentage per year = x 100
Total number of sactioned posts

131
x 100 = 107.37
122
Percentage for 2016 - 17
130
x 100 = 106.55
122
Percentage for 2015 - 16
129
x 100 = 100
129
Percentage for 2014 - 15
108
x 100 = 100
108
Percentage for 2013 - 14
76
Percentage for 2012 13 = x 100 = 100

107.37 + 106.55 + 100 + 100 + 100


Average Percentage = = 102.78

2.4.2 Average percentage of full time teachers with Ph.D. during the last five
years
QnM Data Requirements last five years:
Number of full time teachers with PhD
Total number of full time teachers

Formula:

Number of full time teachers


Percentage per year = with Ph~ D~
x 100
Total number of full time teachers
18
Percentage for 2016 17 = x 100 = 13.74

4
Percentage for 2015 - 16 =-x 100 = 3.08
130
3
Percentage for 2014 15 =-x 100 = 2.33
6 129

2
Percentage for 2013 14 =-x 100 = 1.85
108

2
Percentage for 2012 13 = x 100 = 2.63

I Percentage per year


Average Percentage
5

13.74 + 3.08 + 2.33 + 1.85 + 2.63


Average Percentage 4.72
5

2.4.3 Average teaching experience of full time teachers in number of years

QnM Data Requirements last five years:


Name of the full time teacher
Name of the department
Number of years of teaching experience (years and
months)
Formula:
Sum of total experiance of full time teachers
x 100
Total number of full time teachers

For 2016-17
904.42
x 100 = 6.9
131

For 2015-16
592.8
-x 100 = 4.56
130

For 2014-15
477.1
x 100 = 3.7
129
For 2013-14
401.8
X 100 = 3.72
108

For 2012-13
346.6
X 100 = 4.56
76

6.9 + 4.56 + 3.7 + 3.72 + 4.56


Average Percentage = 4.69
5

2.4.4 Average percentage of full time teachers who received awards,


recognition, fellowships at State, National, International level from
Government, recognised bodies during the last five years
QnM Data Requirement:
Number of full time teachers receiving awards from State,
National, International level
Total number of teachers
Name of full time
Name of the award,
teachers receiving
Year of Designati fellowship, received
awards from state PAN
award on from Government or
level, national level,
recognized bodies
international level

2016-17 Dr. S. B. Chandgude AAPPC3757M Professor Chartered Engineer

Assistant
2016-17 Prof. R. T. Pardeshi BAOPP7073F Chartered Engineer
Professor
Special mention
certificate for Best
Researcher. Awarding
Associate Agency: -
2016-17 Dr. D. P. Patil AKNPP0497K
Professor EducationExpoTV CRS
5th Science and
Technology Awards
2017.

Award for Teaching


Excellence, The INDUS
Associate
2016-17 Dr. D. P. Kadam AIOPK485IE Foundation, Indo-Global
Professor
Education Summit &
Expo 2017, Mumbai
Academic Excellence
Associate Award, 5th Science &
2016-17 Dr. D. P. Kadam AIOPK485IE
Professor Technology-17 Award,
Bangalore
Contribution towards the
Associate building of Nation,
2016-17 Dr. D. P. Kadam AIOPK485IE
Professor Ministry of Finance,
Government of India

2016-17 Dr. R. S. Talikoti AAKPT7054M Professor IEI Fellowship

Associate
2016-17 Prof. K. L. Bidkar AEUPB3181R IEI Fellowship
Professor
Associate
2016-17 Prof. K. T. Phalak ABXPP9153D IEI Fellowship
Professor

2016-17 Dr. S. P. Ahirrao AAJPA0794L Professor IEI Fellowship

2016-17 Dr. A. B. Saner BNBPS8634P Professor IEI Fellowship

2016-17 Dr. M. P. Ray AARPR3408E Professor IEI Fellowship

2016-17 Dr. S. B. Chandgude AAPPC3757M Professor IEI Fellowship

2016-17 Dr. M. D. Pasarkar AAXPP7019H Professor IEI Fellowship

Associate
2016-17 Dr. G. G. Waghmare AAKPW1095P IEI Fellowship
Professor

Prof. A. S. Associate
2016-17 AGIPM8568R IEI Fellowship
Maheshwari Professor

Associate
2016-17 Prof. D. D. Shinde APHPS4991J IEI Fellowship
Professor
Associate
2016-17 Prof. A. S. Dube AGBPD1947N IEI Fellowship
Professor
Associate
2016-17 Dr. A. D. Lokhande ACIPL9268R IEI Fellowship
Professor
Associate
2016-17 Prof. N. L. Bhirud AGLPB6812G IEI Fellowship
Professor

Associate
2016-17 Dr. L. K. Toke ADUPT7053R
Professor
IEI Fellowship
2016-17 Dr. D. P. Patil AKNPP0497K Associate Engineering
Professor
Achievement Award -
2016.
Awarding Agency:-
Institution of Engineer
(India).

Assistant Best Paper Award,


2015-16 Prof. .Pranita Balve BMNPB4458B International
Professor
Conference, IRES, Zurich,
June 16
Outstanding
Contribution. Awarding
Agency:-Institute of
Associate
2015-16 Dr. D. P. Patil AKNPP0497K Electronics &
Professor
Telecommunication
Engineers (IETE) Nashik
Local Centre.

2015-16 Prof. K. D. More BTHPM7444K Assistant 2nd Prize for best paper
Professor worth Rs. 75,000/-

Associate Guru Vandana Award,


2015-16 Dr. K. C. Nalavade ADUPN4591L given by ESDS Software
Professor
Solutions,Pvt,Ltd.
Merit Award for UG
Category Subject,
Associate K.K.Wagh I.E.E & R.,
2014-15 Dr. D. P. Kadam AIOPK485IE
Professor Nashik

Assistant
2014-15 Prof. S. G. Pande BEUPP4012E Chartered Engineer
Professor
Merit Award for PG
Category Subject,
Associate K.K.Wagh I.E.E & R.,
2013-14 Dr. D. P. Kadam AIOPK485IE
Professor Nashik

Formula:

Number of full time teachers


receiving awords from state
level, national level,
international level
Percentage per year = x 100
Total number of teachers
22
Percentage for 2016 17 = x 100 = 16.79

4
Percentage for 2015 16 = -x 100 = 3.07
6 130

Percentage for 2014 15 = -x 100 = 1.55


129

Percentage for 2013 14 = -x 100 = 0.93


6 108

Percentage for 2012 13 = x 100 = 0

16.79 + 3.07 + 1.55 + 0.93 + 0


Average Percentage = ---= 4.47

2.4.5 Average percentage of full time teachers from other States against
sanctioned posts during the last five years
QnM Data Requirement:
Number of full time teachers from other states
Total number of sanctioned posts

Formula:
Number of full time teachers
Percentage per year = _from other state_ x 100
Total number of sanctioned posts

8
x 100 = 6.56
122
Percentage for 2016 17
4
x 100 = 3.28
122
Percentage for 2015 16
5
x 100 = 3.88
129
Percentage for 2014 15
3
x 100 = 2.78
108
Percentage for 2013 14
Percentage for 2012 13 = x 100 = 2.63

6.56 + 3.28 + 3.88 + 2.78 + 2.63 Average


Percentage =---= 3.82
Key Indicator - 2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms (50)
2.5.1 Reforms in Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) system at the
institutional level
Q1M
Evaluation is a measure of the learning of a student. Internal evaluation process developed
by institute is as follows,

> Institute follows Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) examination pattern. SPPU have
adopted Credit Based System from 2015. The Internal evaluation is of continuous nature
& is carried out by internal teachers, however the external evaluation is done by
external examiners.
> Academic calendar of the institute is prepared before commencement of semester
which contains schedules of examination, seminars, workshops, industrial visit, parents
meet and display of monthly attendance report.
> Every department communicates continuous evaluation process to the students at the
start of the semester. As there is continuous internal evaluation students attend the
classes on a regular basis and sincerely.
> Institute evaluates the students based on attendance, home assignments, performance
in unit tests/prelims/online test, project reports, seminar reports and students overall
performance which supports the credit based system.
> The academic progress and attendance of the student is monitored by the tutor and
respective subject teacher. Parents are informed about progress during parents meet.
> E-assessment of faculty feedback is carried out to strengthen the teaching-learning
process. Syllabus coverage reports monitor the academics keenly. Evaluation of the
practical lab experiments is carried out by faculty at regular intervals. On the basis of
syllabus coverage reports extra lectures and re-conduction of practicals is arranged.
Institute monitors the academics through attendance and lecture reports of ERP
> In semester examination/online examinations result analysis is done for immediate
improvements in teaching learning.
> It was observed that improvement in performance of practical examination is necessary
for students. Decision was taken to conduct orals while evaluating experiments of the
students. Mock practical tests were conducted to evaluate student's practical
knowledge at the end of semester.
> Department wise unit tests are conducted during the semester to evaluate students. It
was very difficult to schedule tests during semester as examination schedules of
university. Hence it was decided to conduct prelim examination at the end of semester.
Prelim examination is conducted after the completion of the syllabus and before the
university examination.
> The use of open book test carrying substantial weightage in total evaluation
implemented by the Institute has been widely accepted by the students.
> Due to changes in university examination pattern, pedagogic transformation has taken
place. Institute guide students to adopt e-learning practices such as WeShine, MyExamo
(Online examination portal) for online exam preparation. The subject incharge upload
the question bank of multiple choice questions of their respective subject on the portal
for practice. Subject teacher schedules practice test for the students. The students are
free to give the test form anywhere with their feasibility. Students can even raise
queries regarding the questions to the faculty in order to get the solution to the
question they.

2.5.2 Mechanism of internal assessment is transparent and robust in terms of


frequency and variety
Q1M
> Institute prepares academic calendar consisting of schedules of test, monthly attendance,
parents meet, and events, at the start of semester & display it on notice board. Internal
evaluation criteria based on continuous assessment, timely submission and regular
attendance is conveyed to each student before the commencement of the course.

> The attendance record of each student is maintained in theory class and practical
sessions. Students can check their attendance through ERP login. Cumulative attendance
is conveyed to each student and if required to his/her parents as well. Parent teacher
meeting is arranged at the mid of every semester to discuss the progress of student with
parents and solve the problems regarding academic deficiencies.
> Students can discuss issues regarding academic & test performance with the concerned
teacher at the time of tutor meeting. Tutor communicates to parents of his/her ward
about internal examination marks and attendance. This helps the students and parents
to ensure their attendance and progress.

> University appoints the examiners and evaluation is done by these examiners as per
University rules and regulation. In-sem examination results, online examination results
and revaluation marks are displayed on the notice board for students.

> The online feedback and Suggestion box is provided for students to convey the issues
regarding assessment, if they do not want to disclose their identity.

> The faculty feedback by the students is recorded through ERP System at the mid of every
semester. The analysis of feedback is conveyed & discussed with every faculty to improve
the performance in remaining semester.

> Lab manual is provided to the students as per the university guidelines. The practical
evaluation is strictly based upon the performance of students and the students'
signatures are recorded in the practical evaluation book by showing his/her marks for the
said practical.

> Corrected answer sheets of unit tests / prelims are given away to students for further
improvements.
2.5.3 Mechanism to deal with examination related grievances is transparent,
time-bound and efficient
Q1M
As per the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) institutes follows all the norms for
examination related grievances. The mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation is as follows,
Institute level mechanisms for redressal of grievances:

> Students are made aware of the assessment methods at the beginning of the semester
and whenever necessary through noticeboard.
> Students having grievances with the internal evaluation process can directly discuss with
respective faculty members and can approach the Head of the Department.
> The assessed answer sheets of internal tests are given to the students and performance
is discussed by the course teacher.
> Term End exam marks, Internal Test mark and online exam marks are displayed on notice
board.
> As per the university guidelines institute have appointed College Exam Officer (CEO) and
supporting staff for handling the examination related processes.
> For every theory/online exam institutes appoints a Senior Supervisor, Assistant to Senior
Supervisor and supporting staff to conducts the examination, display schedule, instructs
the students for smooth conduction of examination. Student during the examination
period directly contact to the Senior Supervisor who work along with CEO and the
examination team to solve the queries of the students like hall ticket issues, seat
number issues, etc.
> Institute have separate exam section where student can approach with the problems like
Exam form filling, Eligibility, Results, Revaluation etc. Exam section team with CEO solve
the problems of the students if it comes under the institute level otherwise a proper
channel is use to convey the problem to university and continuous follow has been
taken to get solution of the problem.
University level mechanisms for redressal of grievances:

> Redressal of grievances is permitted by University only for end semester examinations
and not for online, term work/oral/practical, project, and seminar examination.
> Paper setting, conduction of examination, evaluation and declaration of results is done by
SPPU.
> Theory examinations - The queries and compliant about this evaluation are recorded by
examination section of the college and submitted to University for corrective action.
These corrective actions includes photocopies of answer sheets, applying for
reevaluation and request for re-checking, etc.
> Timely notifications are displayed on institute's notice boards.
> The University examiners re-verify, re-assess the answer books and the revised marks if
any, are sent to the institute which are communicated to the respective department and
to the student.
> Students applying for grievances have to apply through their own login provided
by the university examination section portal http://exam.unipune.ac.in/
> Students can apply the examination related grievances like photocopy of answer
book, verification, revaluation available on universities examination portal. Once
the students get resolved with their grievances university examination section
reply the resolutions to respective students registered email.

2.5.4 The institution adheres to the academic calendar for the conduct of CIE
Q1M
> Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) provides an academic calendar before the
commencement of academic year which contains the number of days for teaching
and examination dates.
> To fulfil the program requirements institute level academic calendar is prepared by
Academic Monitoring Committee (AMC). The committee consisting of Principal, Dean
Academic, Departmental Academic Coordinators and Controller of Examinations
prepare the academic calendar well in advance before the commencement of the
semester. The calendar outlines the semester class work schedule, internal
examination schedule, seminars, value addition program (VAP), workshops, annual
functions, sport activities, faculty development program, industrial visit, external
examination schedule, parent meetings, display of monthly attendance report of
students. It is provided to all departments before the commencement of semester.
Department academic calendar is prepared in tune with university and institute
calendar considering the workshops, seminars, exam schedule, industrial visit, etc.
> The faculty members of the concerned department gather the lists of courses for the
coming semester. The head of the department and principal finalizes the course
allocation for the faculty members based on their choice and area of interest or
expertise. The faculty members prepares the teaching plan before the
commencement of semester and it is duly reviewed by Academic Monitoring
Committee (AMC) coordinator of the department and approved by the head of the
department. The teaching plan submitted by the faculties includes Course Objectives,
the topics to be covered lecture wise including the evaluation process for
each subject, teaching methods, etc. The teaching plan is made available to the
students by the respective subject teacher.
> Timetable coordinator of each department prepares the timetable as per the
guidelines of respective statutory bodies for the number of credit hours for each
subject prior to the commencement of the semester. Time - table is uploaded on the
ERP and displayed in the respective department notice boards.
> Regular meetings are conducted by Principal with all Head of Departments (HOD's)
and gives necessary guidelines on the basis of previous feedback before
commencement of semester.
> A student shall be required to attend every lecture, tutorial and practical class.
However, for late registration, sickness or other such exigencies, absence may be
allowed as provided for in the regulation as per the academic policy of institute.
> Slow learners are permitted to improvise their marks by rewriting the examination if
they have scored low. All such modifications will be displayed in the department
notice boards for student reference.
> Academic audit is conducted by Academic Monitoring Committee (AMC) to monitor
the coverage of syllabus and practical's.
> Teachers are expected to complete the desired syllabus before the start of In-sem
and end-sem examination as prescribed by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU). In
case of any lapse in teaching plan, Head of Department asks the faculty to conduct
extra classes or take extra measures to complete the syllabus.
> The performance of the students is assessed on a continuous basis by conducting
unit test/ prelim exams as per the University norms per semester where the average
is taken of both. In addition to the tests, assignments, mini-projects and quiz are also
the part of Continuous Internal Evaluation. The evaluated answer books are returned
to the students and an opportunity is given to the students to discuss the evaluation
with the teacher. Finally the Internal Assessment is carried out.
Key Indicator - 2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes (40)
2.6.1 Program outcomes, program specific outcomes and course outcomes
for all programs offered by the institution are stated and displayed on website
and communicated to teachers and students
Q1M Documents Requirement:
Upload COs for all courses (exemplars from Glossary- Notes)
Upload a description of Mechanism of Communication

2.6.2 Attainment of program outcomes, program specific outcomes and


course outcomes are evaluated by the institution
Q1M Upload a description of the method of measuring attainment of POs , PSOs and COs in
not more than 500 words and the level of attainment of POs , PSOs and COs.

Outcome based education (OBE) is now inevitable for education. Course outcomes (CO) and
Program outcomes (PO) are two crucial aspects pertaining towards effective OBE
incorporation. To achieve this, mapping of course outcomes with program outcomes is a
major concern. We are achieving this attainment level by following methods:
A) We are using empirical algorithm to estimate the correlation between the CO and PO.
B) Two direct schemes of CO attainment are designed along with two indirect schemes.
C) Final attainment estimation is done by integrating the above proposed schemes.

A] Estimation of the correlation between the CO and PO:


Steps for finding the correlation between the CO and PO are as follows:
a) Map every Course Unit with Every CO as per Bloom's taxonomy Theory.
b) Map every Course Unit with Every PO.
c) Identify Number of contact hours utilized for the CO - PO mapping and actual number of
hours allocated to units
d) Calculate number of contact hours for specific CO
No of contact hours= (number of hours) / (number of mapped CO)
e) Calculate percentage number of contact hours for Specific PO No of contact hours=
(number of hours) / (number of mapped PO)
f) %CO-PO Correlation=((Summation of number of CO ) * (number of PO contact hours)
*100)/(Total Number of contact hours)
g) Strength of mapping is defined at three levels: a. Low- 1, Medium- 2, Strong - 3

B) Two direct schemes of CO attainment are designed along with two indirect schemes.
1] Direct Schemes for CO-PO attainment
a) Method 1:-Target setting from University results:-
The first method calculates the course attainment based on the university examination
results. This method deploys the attainment calculation based on the set target levels. Steps
are as follows:
Step1: Set the target Assessment level based on Previous 2 year's Results Analysis Step 2:
For Attainment:-Calculate the Percentage of student's performance in each band: -(First class
with distinction, second class, and pass class)
Step 3: Attainment level 1:- 60 percent students securing more than set target level
Step 4: Attainment level 2:- 70 percent students securing more than set target level
Step 5: Attainment level 3:- 80 percent students securing more than set target level
b) Method 2:- Attainment through University Results (SPPU), Unit tests (UT) and
practical's (PR)
The second direct attainment method works are as follows:
Step1: Perform Results Analysis SPPU, UT and PR.
Step 2: Attainment level 1(Low):- Students in range of marks between 40-50
Step 3: Attainment level 2 (Moderate):- Students between 50-60 Step 4:
Attainment level 3 (High):- Students in range>60
Step 5: Apply Attainment Formula (No of Students Passed in low level *1 + (No of Students
Passed in moderate level *2 + (No of Students Passed in high level * 3) /No. of students
Passed.

2) Indirect Schemes for CO-PO attainment


a) Method 1:-Attainment through course exit survey forms.
A questionnaire is prepared for the students to know the understanding of the subject. The
questionnaires had three point scale estimation for every question.
Attainment: = No of students with low scale*1/ 100 + No of students with medium
scale*2/ 100+ No of students with high scale*1/ 100
b) Method 2: - Attainment through seminars/workshop survey forms.
Feedback forms are designed and circulated among the students after the
seminar/workshops organized. Feedbacks for the workshops were collected and the
attainment calculation was done in the same manner as for the course exit survey forms

C) Final attainment estimation is done by integrating the above proposed schemes.


Final Course outcomes attainment is calculated as eighty percent on the average of three
direct attainment methods and 20 percent on the attainment achieved by indirect methods.
2.6.3 Average pass percentage of students

QnM Data Requirement for last five years:


Program Code
Name of the program
Number of students appeared
Number of students passed
Pass percentage
For A.Y. 2016-17

Number of Number of
students students
Program code Program name appeared in thepassed in final
final year year
examination examination
533119110 Civil Engineering 190 163
Computer
533124510 64 64
Engineering
533137210 E&TC Engineering 70 56
Electrical
533129310 135 128
Engineering
Mechanical
533161210 157 134
Engineering
For A.Y. 2015-16

Number of Number of
students students
Program code Program name appeared in passed in
the final year final year
examination examination
533119110 Civil Engineering 139 107
Computer
533124510 79 77
Engineering
533137210 E&TC Engineering 71 62
Electrical
533129310 131 108
Engineering
Mechanical
533161210 134 104
Engineering

For A. Y. 2014-15

Number of
Number of students
students passed in
Program code Program name appeared in final year
the final year examination
examination

533119110 Civil Engineering 55 50


Computer
533124510 69 66
Engineering
533137210 E&TC Engineering 60 58
Electrical
533129310 63 62
Engineering
Mechanical
533161210 99 93
Engineering
For A. Y. 2013-14

Number of Number of
students students
Program code Program name appeared in the passed in final
final year year
examination examination
533119110 Civil Engineering 46 43
Computer
533124510 49 48
Engineering
533137210 E&TC Engineering 43 42
Electrical
533129310 53 51
Engineering
Mechanical
533161210 33 32
Engineering

Formula:

Total number of final year


students who passed in the
examination Total number
x 100
of final year students who
appeared for the
examinations

For 2016-17
545
x 100 = 88.47
616

For 2015-16
458
x 100 = 82.67
554

For 2014-15
329
-x 100 = 95.09
346

For 2013-14
216
x 100 = 96.43
224

For 2012-13
First batch pass out in academic year 2013-14, so data is not available.
Key Indicator - 2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey (50)
2.7.1 Online student satisfaction survey with regard to teaching learning
process.
QnM Data Requirement:
Name/ Class/ Gender
Student Id number/ Adhar Id number
Mobile number
Email id
Degree programme
(Database of all currently enrolled students need to be prepared and shared with NAAC
along with the online submission of QIF)