Electrical - teqip

Report
Technical Education Quality Improvement
Programme - Phase II
VIth Review Meeting
6th and 7th November 2014
College of Engineering Karunagappally Kollam
About the College
• Established in the year-2000
• UG Branches
Electronics and Communication
Computer Science and Engineering
Information Technology
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
PG Courses
M.Tech in Image Processing (CS)
M.Tech in Signal Processing (EC)
Started in the Year
2000
2000
2000
2011
2011
2012
Preamble
• This power point presentation contains slides showing the
improvement in
(a) Student performance
(b) Faculty contributions
(c) Facilities and technical support
(d) Academic support units and teaching learning process
(e) Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources
of Participating Institutions of TEQIP-II during the project period.
• The above parameters are selected from Evaluation Guidelines of
National Board of Accreditation for UG programs-Tier-II.
Student’s Success rate
= (No. of students who cleared the programme in the s t i p u l a t e d period of course duration)/(No.
of students admitted in the first year and students admitted in that batch via lateral entry)
Academic Performance Index
(= Mean of CGPA of all the students on a 10-point CGPA system Or = (Mean of the percentage
of marks of all students / 10)
Placement & Higher Studies
(Assessment = 30 × (x + 1.25y)/N , where, x = No. of students placed, y = No. of students admitted for
higher studies with valid qualifying scores/ranks and N = No. of students who were admitted in the
batch including lateral entry subject to max. assessment points = 30, Percentage of students to be
considered based on first year and lateral entry)
Professional Societies
IEEE
• Events
• Technical Paper contest-1
• QUIZ - 3
• Robotics Workshop -1
• Android Workshop-1
• School visits and exhibition-2
• Industry visit-3
• Spectrum Talk-3
ISTE
• Technical QUIZ-2
• Inter Collegiate Paper
Presentation-1
• Seminars-2
• Lectures-3
Publications by Students
Publication in Journals/Conferences by students
Branch
2012-13
2013-14
EC
Nil
28
CS
17
22
Awards/Prizes (Inter-collegiate/State level/National)
• Students Won Prizes in technical quiz competition
• Students Won prizes in technical paper presentations
• Siji, M.Tech student got best paper award in International Conference in
2014
• Faculty won best paper award in International Conference
• Obtained ranks in University exams
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II Rank in BTech IT (2014)
I Rank in MTech SP, Electronics (2014)
III Rank in Mtech SP, Electronics (2014)
II Rank in MTech IP, Computer Science (2014)
• Won intercollegiate football tournaments in the years 2011, 2012
• Students won prizes at University level in sports and games
Triple jump, long jump, 100m in the years 2010, 2011, 2012
• Students represented CUSAT at inter University sports events.
Student Teacher Ratio
(Assessment = 20 × 15/STR; subject to max. assessment at 20 where, STR = (x + y + z)/N1
x = No. of students in 2nd year of the programme, y = No. of students in 3rd year of the programme
z = No. of students in 4th year of the programme, N1 = Total no. of faculty members in the programme
(by considering the fractional load)
Faculty Cadre Ratio
(Assessment = 20 × CRI, Cadre ratio index (CRI) = 2.25 × (2x + y)/N; based on 1:2:6 subject to max. CRI
= 1.0, x = No. of professors in the programme, y = No. of associate professors in the programme)
Entrepreneurship initiatives
• Talk was conducted on Entrepreneurship Development in 2013
New start-up by students:
• Neo logix Solutions (Chinjith S 2007 Pass out)
• Random Logix – Ajith Jacob (2008 pass out)
• Infobits Global Ernakulam (CEO- Mr Vipin Chandran -2011 Passout)
• Tenderwoods Solutions Pvt Ltd (Mr. Jinson Baby and Jobin C.S -2012 Passout)
• Oboro Technologies (11 Students – 2013 Passout)
• Infinity Technologies -- Vishnu and Abin Jo Abraham (Final year students)
Faculty qualifications
(Assessment = 6 × FQI, Faculty qualification index (FQI) = (10x + 6y + 2z0)/N2, where, x+y+z0 ≤ N2, z0 ≤
z, x = No. of faculty members with PhD, y = No. of faculty members with ME/Mtech, z = No. of faculty
members with BE/BTech)
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme
Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electronics
Electronic
Circuits
Solid State
Electronics
Digital Signal
Processing
Communication
Engineering
Electromagnetic
Theory
Digital System
Design
Network Theory
Probability and
Random process
Dr.
Gopakumar C
Shiny C
Reji
Thankachan
C V Anil
Kumar
Renjini S
Deepa T R
Deepa A K
Anuja V Nair
Deepa V S
Remya
Shenoy
Anuja V Nair
Sylish S V
Reji
Thankachan
Shiny C
Reji
Thankachan
Mili Rosline
Mathews
Mili Rosline
Mathews
Maya
Unnikrishnan
C V Anil
Kumar
Mili Rosline
mathews
Dr.
Gopakumar C
Dr.
Gopakumar C
Aswathy S S
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific
Criteria (ACM) – Computer & I.T
Information
Management
Networking
Programming
Ms. Smitha P
Mr. Anil
Kumar A
Ms. Jyothi R L
Mr. Vinod R
Ms. Aiswarya
S Kumar
Ms. Jisy Raju
Ms. Sree S
Bhgya
Ms. Sree S
Bhagya
Ms. Smitha P
Sabeena K
Mr.
Jayakrishnan
Mr. Shajy L
Mr. Vinod R
Ms. Seena
Jojith
Ms.
Sreelekshmi
Ms. Sabeena
K
Human
ComputerInteraction
Ms. Alka
Mohan
Ms. Remya R
S
Jyothi R L
Mr. Binu V P
Ms. Remya
Gopinath
Ms.
Sreelekshmi
Information
Assurance and
Security
System
Administration and
Maintenance
Ms. Aiswarya
S Kumar
Mr. Vinod R
Ms. Alka
Mohan
Mr.
Jayakrishnan
Ms. Jyothi R L
Mr. Remya R
S
Ms. Jisy Raju
System Integration
and Architecture
Mr. Manoj
Ray D
Ms. Sabeena
K
Ms. Manju
Ms.
Sreelekshmi
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme
Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electrical
Power System
Control Systems
Power Electronics
Signals and
Systems
Electrical
Machines
Electrical
Measurements
Microprocessors
Field Theory
Mr. Raju M
Ms. Libi A
Mr. Raju M
Ms. Libi A
Ms. Preema R
Chandran
Mr. Raju M
Ms. Ambili
Mathew
Ms. Haseena P Y
Ms. Divya Raj
Ms. Haseena P Y
Ms. Libi A
Ms. Haseena P Y
Ms. Mary M S
Mr. Sambu J U
Ms. Mary M S
Mr. Sambu J U
Ms. Ambili
Mathew
Ms. Ambili
Mathew
Ms. Sambu J U
Ms. Libi A
Ms. Preema R
Chandran
Ms. Mary M S
Mr. Raju M
Mr. Sambu J U
Ms. Meera
Murali
Ms. Meera
Murali
Ms. Mary M S
Digital Signal
Processing
Ms. Libi A
Linear Integrated
Circuits
Ms. Meera
Murali
Faculty Participation in FSDs of
two week duration
Faculty Participation in FSDs of one week duration
Faculty participation as resource persons
Faculty Retention
(Assessment = 3 × RPI/N, Retention point index (RPI) = Sum of the retention points to all faculty members
One retention point for each year of experience at the institution, subject to maximum five points to a faculty
member.)
Faculty Research Publications
(Assessment of FRP = 4 × (Sum of the research publication points scored by each faculty member)/N
(Instruction: A faculty member scores maximum five research publication points each year, depending upon the
quality of the research papers published in the past three 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 wellknown publishers, and (ii) the faculty member’s affiliation, in the published paper, is of the current institution.
Funded R&D projects and consultancy
(FRDC) work
(Assessment of R&D and consultancy projects = 4 × (Sum of FRDC by each faculty member)/N , Instruction: A faculty member
gets maximum five points each year, depending upon the amount of funds and/or c o n t r i b u t i o n s made. A suggestive
scheme is given below for a minimum amount of Rs. 1 lakh: Five points for funding by national agency Four points for funding by
state agency/ private sector Two points for funding by sponsoring trust/society
Faculty interaction with outside world
(Faculty interaction p o i n t s ( F I P ) assessment = 2 × (Sum of FIP by each faculty member)/N
Lecture Halls
Seminar Halls
Tutorial Rooms
Faculty Rooms
(Rooms equipped with white/black board, computer, internet, and other such amenities/facilities, Usage of room for
counselling/discussion with students)
Laboratories
(No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower
support)
Computer
• CS110Computer Programming
Laboratory (5,1)
• CS308 Object Oriented
Programming Laboratory(5,1)
• CS14L2 Data Structures
Laboratory(5,1)
• CS507 Microprocessors
Lab(4,1)
• CS508 Computer Graphics
Lab(4,1)
• CS607 System Programming
Lab(4,1)
• CS608 Mini Project(4,1)
• CS706 Language Processor
Lab(4,1)
• CS707 Network & Operating
Systems Lab(4,1)
• CS709 Project Design(4,1)
• CS805 Project Work(4,1)
Electronics
• Electronic Circuits Lab(4,2)
• Digital Lab (4,2)
• Communication Lab (4,2)
• B.Tech Signal Processing
Lab(3,1)
• Microprocessor Lab(4,2)
• Embedded Systems Lab()
• B.Tech Project Lab(4,1)
• M.Tech Advanced Signal
Processing Lab(2,1)
IT
• C programming lab (2,1)
• Oops Lab(2,1)
• Data structures lab(2,1
• OS Lab( 3,1)
• Mini Project Lab( 3,1)
• CG Lab (3,1)
• Mini Project (3,1)
• CN Lab (4,1)
• Mini Project Lab (4,1)
• Project Design Lab (4,1)
• Main Project (4,1)
Electrical
• Electrical Measurements Lab
(5,1)
• Electrical Machines lab (4,1)
• Advanced Electrical Engg
Lab(4,1)
• Electrical Workshop (4.1)
• Basic Electrical Engg Lab (4,1)
• Digital Lab (5,1)
Lab manuals
(Laboratories for which lab manuals are available)
COMPUTER
• CS110Computer
Programming Laboratory
• CS308 Object Oriented
Programming Laboratory
• CS14L2 Data Structures
Laboratory
• CS507 Microprocessors Lab
• CS508 Computer Graphics
Lab
• CS607 System Programming
Lab
• CS706 Language Processor
Lab
• CS707 Network & Operating
Systems Lab
IT
• C programming lab
• Oops Lab
• Data structures lab
• OS Lab
• CG Lab
• Mini Project
• CN Lab
• Mini Project Lab
• Project Design Lab
• Main Project
Electrical
Electronics
• Electrical Measurements Lab
• Electrical Machines lab
• Advanced Electrical Engg Lab
• Electrical Workshop
• Basic Electrical Engg Lab
• Digital Lab
• Electronic Circuits Lab
• Digital Lab
• Communication Lab
• B.Tech Signal Processing Lab
• Microprocessor Lab
• Embedded Systems Lab
• B.Tech Project Lab
• M.Tech Signal Processing Lab
Sample Manual
Language Lab
• As per the curriculum Language Lab is conducted focusing on the
sounds of English, correct accent and pronunciation.
• Language lab is being functioned, giving 1hr/week for every single
student whose performance is assessed by the teacher
• 20 systems are facilitated with the software
• Objectives
• Familiarising students with a learner friendly mode of language
learning
• To train students to face interview, group discussion, public
speaking
• Promoting the habit of reading and thereby facing computer based
competitive exams and prepare CV and reports
Tutorial Classes
(Subject, no of students in a tutorial class, hours) details
Computer
Science
Electronics
Electrical
IT
35 Subjects
35 Subjects
35 Subjects
35 Subjects
20 students
/ class
20 students
/ class
20 students
/ class
15 students /
class
1 hour/ week
1 hour/ week
1 hour/ week
1 hour/ week
Mentoring System
(how do you mentor students individually?)
• For each class a staff advisor is assigned.
• The first level of mentoring is done by the staff advisors
• The staff advisor interacts with students individually and monitors
the academic and non-academic performances of the students
• Class committee meetings at regular intervals are convened by the
staff advisor.
• HODs also meet the students.
• After the first series tests, class PTA meetings are scheduled and the
students meet faculty members individually along with their
parents.
• Parents can also meet the Principal along with their wards.
Feedback analysis
(how do you do it? Reward/corrective measures)
• Student Feed back Form.
• Student committees in each class to monitor the progress.
• Feed back in the middle of every semester taken by HODs.
• Results of feed back is communicated to the teacher for
corrective steps.
• Second Feed back in the end of the semester.
• Results of feed back is again communicated to the teacher
for further corrective steps.
• Visits at regular intervals to class by the staff advisor for
collecting feed back.
Scope for self learning
(Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond
syllabus)
• Students groups with 5-6 members are formed and a topic is given
to discuss among them.(Consistent improvement in pass percentage
has been observed).
• Students are encouraged to Make use of NPTEL video lectures.
• The students are also encouraged to conduct and participate in
technical fests, paper contests and quiz competitions.
• Practical oriented Group assignments are given to students
• E-journals are provided.
• Participation in QEEE programme.
Career Guidance, Placement Unit
(Availability of an exclusive Well furnished Seminar Hall, Central Computing Facility, Soft skill
development, employability assessment)
• Well furnished Air-conditioned Seminar Hall having a seating
capacity of 100 persons
• Central Computing Facility with 65 Computers
• Soft Skill development programmes are conducted regularly for final
year and pre-final year students
• Employment assessment test NACTECH by Nasscom conducted for
final year students
• Orientation programmes for first year students
• 19 students have been placed so far in 2014
Co-curricular activities
• Computer Science & Engg. Association
Conducted expert talks
• Electronics & Communication Engg. Association
Conducted seminars
• Electrical and Electronics Engg. Association
Coducted workshop and talks
• IEEE Students Branch
Conducted Technical Paper contest, QUIZ, Robotics workshop
Android Workshop, School visits and exhibition, Industry visitSpectrum Talk
• ISTE Staff and Students Chapters
Lectures and workshop
Co-curricular activities contd...
• Hobby Club
•
NSS Unit
Installed pipe compost in 50 nearby houses for solid waste disposal
Done hospital cleaning, painting and equipment maintenance, KSRTC
bus cleaning
Cancer awareness programs for students and public
Medical camp for the public in last three years, blood donation camps
(won awards in Kollam District)
Vegetable garden (won second prize in Kollam district)
Extra-curricular activities
• College Senate
• Arts Club
• Sports Club
• Debate Club
• Music Club
• Extra Mural Club
• Film Club
Facilities for Sports and Games
The following sports facilities are available in the campus:
• Football ground/Cricket ground
• Volley ball court
• Badminton court
• Hand Ball court
• Sports Club : . A staff member is in-charge of the sports club. The
activities are planned by Sports Secretary who is a student
representative in the senate.
• Inter College foot ball competition, KIFF is conducted
Campus Development and Management
• BoG take the lead role in the overall Development of the Campus
• Different Committees are formed to look after the Campus
Development
• Campus Development committee consisting all stake holders
including members from PTA oversees the developmental activities
in the campus
• A campus management software (School Tool) is being installed to
monitor the academic activities
• New construction are going on to increase the built-up space
• New Academic Block under RIDF Scheme (NABARD)- Rs. 4.5 Cr
• Second floor in the main building – Rs. 1.3 Cr
• PTA Workshop Building – Rs. 20 Lakhs
Hostels
• 2 Ladies Hostels- Total of 150 inmates can be accommodated
Well furnished, bath attached rooms, good quality food, computer
and internet facility and recreation facilities.
• Boys are accommodated in private hostels approved by the college
Canteen
• Area
: 120 sq.m
• Sitting space
: 80 persons
• Daily Usage
: Nearly 300 persons
• A canteen committee monitors functioning of the college canteen
with the Principal as Chairman and representatives from all
departments including administrative staff and students.
• Canteen Committee fix the prices of food items on competitive basis and
ensures the quality of food and cleanliness.
• Biogas plant is also installed in the canteen
Transport facilities
• The college has two buses and one Tempo Traveller.
• A transportation committee monitors functioning of the college bus
with a Faculty member as Convenor. This committee looks after the
day to day matters related to the timings, bus charges, routes etc.
• The college is well connected by road and situated near to
Karunagappally Railway Station. Public transport facility is also
available right from the front gate of the college.
Electricity, power backup and telecom
•The present LT connection is being changed to HT connection.
•The work of 500 KVA substation is in progress.
•A 125 KVA Diesel generator serves as the main power back up.
•19 UPS of different capacities are installed at different locations for
providing power back-up.
•There are 6 BSNL lines. The installation of the new EPABX is in progress.
•NKN connectivity with 100 MBPS speed.
•Nine VPN connections.
Drinking Water
• Water purifiers and coolers are installed in all the buildings.
• Water dispenser in the departments
• Water is pumped from open well and bore well.
• Each building has got sufficient storage tank.
Grievance redressal forums
• A Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted as per the
AICTE Regulations 2012.
• The committee has been constituted with the objectives of resolving
the grievances of students, staff and parents.
• Principal is the Chairman and all Heads of Department are
members.
• Students, parents and staff can approach the committee with their
grievances.
Budget & Expenditure
TEQIP
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•
•
•
Budget
Fund received
Bank interest
Expenditure
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•
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: 10 Crores
: 4.5 Crores
: 4.82 Lakhs
: 4.81 Crores
Procurement
Faculty & staff development
Teaching and research assistantship
Enhancement of research & development
Enhanced interaction with Industry
Institutional management capacity
Implementation of institutional reforms
Academic support for weak students
Incremental operating cost
: 367.61 Lakhs
: 34.72 Lakhs
: 28.28 Lakhs
: 8.38 Lakhs
: 2.63 Lakhs
: 2.85 Lakhs
: 8.99 Lakhs
: 4.16 Lakhs
: 21.35 Lakhs
Revenue and Expenditure at Institution Level
Particulars
FY 2011-12
FY 2012-13
FY 2013-14
(Rs)
(Rs)
(Rs)
2,18,781,00
3,07,837,30
3,58,198,90
Interest
3,686,27
3,253,21
3,006,70
MODROBS
14,500,00
26,000,00
17,070,00
Revenue
Generated
Course fee
Conference Grant
(AICTE)
2,000,00
AICTE Course Grant
3,000,00
Plan Fund Received
8,078,62
27,000,00
50,000,00
2,42,423,69
2,67,187,11
3,20,269,49
Expenditure
Salary/PF/Other Rec.
Library
No of library staff:3
Campus Network
●
All labs in the main building are networked.
●
Wi-Fi is available across the main building.
●
100 Mbps National Knowledge Network is available
●
●
The servers for mail, academic information and library automation
are in place and so is the hardware firewall.
The work on optical fiber based campus network and wi-fi network is
in progress.
Safety norms and checks
• General maintenance and checks for electrical works and wiring are
done by the electrician.
• Proper ventilations are provided in all class rooms and laboratories
• IHRD Executive Engineer performs inspection of the buildings
annually.
• Fire extinguishers are placed at appropriate place in all floors.
Counselling & Medical Care
• Group counseling is given to the students after first year admission.
• Two faculty counselors are appointed and needy students can interact with
them and the service of an expert counselor is arranged for such students.
• The college invites experts in the field and arranges Lectures and orientation
programmes to offer training in several aspects related to organized and fruitful
human behaviour.
• All the Laboratories and workshop of the college have First aid boxes with basic
items like Cotton, Tincture iodine, healing plasters etc.
• A medical officer’s service is regularly used.
Key Performance Indicators
Minutes of Board
of Governors (BoG)
meetings
Statutory Audit
Performance Audit
along with Data
Audit
Initial Governance
Development Plan
% of committed
expenditure out of
funds received
140%
4 Meeting
held and
minutes
published in
the web site
One audit
Completed
Completed
two
performance
& data audits.
Initial plan
prepared and
discussed in
BOG meeting
Amount Spent
+Committed–
Rs. 480.92
+149.38=
630.3 Lakhs
Amount
Received – 450
Lakhs
Key Performance Indicators
% of Expenditure
of the total funds
received
106.87 %
Amount Spent
– Rs. 480.92
Lakhs
Amount
Received – 450
Lakhs
% of Procurement
plan out of 5.5
Crores
MIS data entry
Completed
66.84%
(367.61Lakhs)
Completed for
academic
years 2010-11,
2011-12, 201213 and 201314.
Completed
+Committed =
(495.34/550)
90.06%
Entry going on
for 2014-15
Mandatory
Participation in CIIAICTE survey
Participation in
TEQIP Faculty, Staff
and Students
Satisfaction Survey
Completed
Completed
THANK YOU

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