Customs and Practices - sahrdaya college of engineering and

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Sahrdaya’s Customs & Practices
Bishop Mar James Pazhayattil
started in 2002
as part of silver jubilee of Irinjalakuda Diocese
Managed by Irinjalakuda Diocesan Educational Trust
Our vision
“to train the youth to be the leaders of tomorrow
with apt skills, deep rooted sense of social
responsibility, strong ethical values and with a
global outlook to face the challenges of the
changing world”
Our Mission
“with a high calibre faculty and an excellent
infrastructure, we promote academic excellence,
absolute discipline and sound practical exposure”
Courses offered
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Electronics & Communication (120 seats)
Computer Science (120 seats)
Biomedical (60 seats)
Biotechnology (60 seats)
Electrical & Electronics (60 seats)
Civil (60 seats)
PG courses
• Industrial biotechnology (18 seats)
• Embedded systems (18 seats)
Organisation chart
Governing body
• Consistsof 8 members under the leadership of Mar
Pauly Kannookadan
Bishop Mar Pauly Kannookadan
Advisory board and academic council
Advisory board :
• Consists of 15 members
Academic council :
• Consists of 12 members
Accreditation
• The Institution of Engineers (India)
• ISO certification
• NAAC accreditation (process ongoing)
Memberships
• CII
• ISTE
• IEI
• CSI
• BMSI
• IEEE
Industry Interactions
• Accenture training center
• Infosys campus connect
Infrastructure
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Academic blocks
Knowledge center
Staff quarters
Hostels
Multipurpose indoor stadium
gymnasium
Chapel
Indoor and Outdoor play ground
health center
Canteen, snacks bar
Bank, ATM,
Standby power
transportation
Reprographic center & Public Phone Booth
Study center(indoor and outdoor)
Hi tech class rooms with projectors, sound system, PC share & net connection
Language lab
facilities
Admission procedure
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50:50
50 % seats filled by government
50% seats filled by management
Based on merit
Academic pass percentage
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2006 - 80.5%
2007 - 86.99%
2008 - 86.25%
2009 - 84.49%
2010 - 85.31%
2011 - 77.50%
2012 - 89.08%
2013 - 93.97%
Convocation
Academic excellence award
Receiving Academic Excellence Award from
Hon. VC. Dr. Abdul Salam
Certificate of Excellence
Working Schedule
• 6 days a week
• 8.45am – 5.00 pm every day
• 80- 90 working days in a semester
• Co curricular and extra curricular programs
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Semester calender
Semester time table
Teaching plan
Question bank
Semester calender
Semester time table
Assignment sheet
Students attendance
• Permission for leave
• Un authorized absence
• Gate pass system
Internal Evaluation
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Series test
Class Assignments
Class seminar
Project work
Regularity
Internal exam result analysis
• Intimation to parents
• Honouring the toppers
• Remedial classes for failed students
• S4S, T4S
Project work
• Exhibition
• Best project award
• Project Grants
• Funded Projects
Student participations
• External technical competitions
• Incentives in Internal marks
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Add on courses
Skill training program (after 5 pm)
Scholarships
Annual IDET Model entrance test
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Discipline
Dress code
Mobile/Camera restrictions
Campus language
Work reports
Daily work report
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• By students
• Monthly report on syllabus coverage
• Monthly report by HODs
Animator system
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Study groups
Students data sheet
Arranging remedial classes
Study group activity on all Fridays
Interaction with parents
Faculty Training and Evaluation
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Recruitment of faculty
Daily attendance
Leave
Feedback system
FDP
Exit Interview
Dress code
Students Council
• Selection and nomination of student
representatives and faculty conveners
Technical associations
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EBSA- Bio medical
ACES- Computer science
e MAGE- Electronics & Communication
BEATS- Bio technology
AESON – Electrical & Electronics
PACE - Civil
HR and placement cell
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Selection of staff
Training to students, parents and faculty
Training to student leaders
Placement related activities
• Sports and games
• NSS
• Blood donation activities

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