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The HOD, Staff and Students Hearty Welcome To NBA Expert Committee Members. 1. A Presentation By Prof.. P. NIRUPAMA H.O.D, C.S.E. 2012 To 2013. 2. Vision and Mission, PEOs and POs. Department Profile. Financial Profile. CONTENTS:. Physical Resources.
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The HOD, Staff and Students Hearty Welcome To NBA Expert Committee Members 1
A Presentation By Prof.. P. NIRUPAMA H.O.D, C.S.E 2012 To 2013 2
Vision and Mission, PEOs and POs. • Department Profile • Financial Profile CONTENTS: • Physical Resources • Teaching Learning Process. • Human Resource- Students & Their Activities • Human Resources –Faculty and Technical Staff. • Continuous Improvement. • Curriculum Analysis. • PEO and PO Evaluation and Assessment. • Future Plans and Conclusion. 3
DEPARTMENT PROFILE Started in 2001 with 60 students intake. Intake was increased to 120 in the year 2006. M.Tech program started in 2009 with intake 18. Permanent Affiliation in the year 2010. Located in A-Block, 1st and 2nd Floors. 4
VISION To be one among the premier institutions of the country in producing ethically strong and technically sound Engineers and managers to serve the Nation. MISSION To create sacred environment for the students to acquire knowledge through innovative and professional approach and utilize it for the welfare of the mankind. 5
Programme Educational Objectives: P1. To produce graduates with a strong foundation that will enable them to identify and solve Computer Science Engineering Problems. P2.To prepare students into successful employment as computer Engineers in Industry, service, consulting, and/or for higher studies in government organizations or for advanced study at leading graduate schools in technical or non-technical fields. P3.To train students in identifying, formulating, analyzing and creating computer Engineering solutions to develop novel products and solutions for real life Problems. P4.To provide students with the basic skills to communicate effectively and to develop the ability to function as members of multidisciplinary teams. P5.To offer a curriculum that encourages students to become broadly educated engineers and life-long learners, with an ability to communicate effectively with various audiences and purposes, and a desire to seek out further educational opportunities. 6
An ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data, 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. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams, An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems, An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. An ability to communicate effectively, The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solution in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context, A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning, A knowledge of contemporary issues, and An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 7
ACHIEVEMENTS Started M.Tech programme in the year 2009. Awarded permanent affiliation by JNTUA, Ananthapur. Our student K.Radhika(07F61A0591) got 3rd University rank in 4-1 University results and placed Rank in top 20 in CSE. Placed 50% student placements constantly and achieved above 90% placements in 2011 passed outs. Prof. K. R. Manjula achieved Doctorate degree during this year and granted 3 publications from UGC. 8
Department Physical Resources Department Governance Human Resources Technical & Supporting staff Faculty Students Laboratories Class Rooms Dept Library Curricular Activities Co-Curricular Activities Extra curricular Activities Maintenance of Laboratories /Equipment Dept Office Maintenance Dept Budget Academic Committees Student Counseling • Department Development Committee Parents Meeting • Class Monitoring Committee Industrial Tours • Project Review Committee Alumni Student Seminars Placements Guest Lectures Time Tables Orientation Lectures Examinations Mini Projects Industry Institute Interactions – MoU R & D 10
PHYSICAL RESOURCES DETAILS Class Rooms : 07 Laboratories : 08 Staff Rooms/Cabins (including HOD) : 06 Computing Facility in Labs : 55 Systems Internet (5 Mbps) Facility : 55 Systems E-class Lecture Hall : 01 Wi-Fi enabled Internet Department Library 11
LAB DETAILS 14
LAB DETAILS 15
DEPARTMENT LIBRARY • No. of Text Books : 250 • No. of Journals : 2 • No. of News letter : 04 • Soft/Hard copies of mini and main • Project reports : 50 • University Question papers : 2 to 3 17
ACADEMIC CALENDAR II, III, IV Year B.Tech. – I Semester I Spell of Instructions : 02.07.2012 to 01.09.2012 (09W) I Mid Examinations : 03.09.2012 to 05.09.2012 (03 D) II Spell of Instructions : 06.09.2012 to 31.10.2012 (08W) II Mid Examinations : 01.11.2012 to 03.11.2012 (03 D) Preparation & Practicals : 05.11.2012 to 10.11.2012 (06 D) End Examinations : 12.11.2012 to 24.11.2012 (02W) Commencement of class work for IV Year B.Tech : 26.11.2012 Commencement of class work for II and III Year B.Tech : 10.12.2012 IV Year B.Tech. – II Semester I Spell of Instructions : 26.11.2012 to 05.01.2013 (06W) I Mid Examinations : 07.01.2013& 08.01.2012 (02 D) Project Work : 09.01.2012 to 23.02.2013 (06W) II Spell of Instructions : 25.02.2013 to 21.03.2013 (04W ) II Mid Examinations : 22.03.2013 & 23.03.2013 (02 D) End Examinations : 25.03.2013 to 01.04.2013 (07 D) Project Viva Voce Examinations : 02.04.2013 to 12.04.2013 (10 D) 20
COURSE FILE CONTENTS • Syllabus • Lesson Plan • Class Time Table • Students List • Course Information Sheet • Course Notes • Assignment Topics • University Question Papers • Unit wise Questions • Internal Evaluation Schedule • Copies of Assignment Samples • Copies of Internal Test Performance • Class Attendance Log Book • Students Performance in Internal Evaluation. • Details of Remedial & Make Up classes • Course Assessment Sheet 22
DELIVERY As per Academic Calendar and Course Structure Lecturing as per the Lesson Plan given in Handout Remedial & Make-up Classes Contents Beyond Syllabus Tutorials Assignments Unit Tests 23
MONITORING OF COVERAGE OF SYLLABUS Periodically by HOD and Principal Review in Class Monitoring Committee Meetings Review of coverage of syllabus in Faculty meetings at Department Level As per the Requirements of Internal Evaluation Tests based on R09 regulations. 24
CONTENTS BEYOND SYLLABUS T H E O R Y Additional Topics wherever needed and possible are being covered 25
THEORY (100 MARKS) END EXAM. (70 MARKS) INTERNAL (30 MARKS) SEMESTERS 1ST YEAR MID TESTS – 3 (Quiz-10M, Desc-20M) EACH TEST – 30 MARKS MID TESTS – 2 (Quiz-10M, Desc-20M) EACH TEST – 30 MARKS Best two are considered i.e for 30 INTERNAL MARKS for each subject. Continuous Evaluation Procedure 1. Assessment for Theory Subjects: Best one to be considered for awarding 30 INTERNAL MARKS for each subject 28
LAB (75 MARKS) INTERNAL (25 MARKS) END EXAM. (50 MARKS) DAY TO DAY WORK & For Record Book (25 MARKS) PROJECT (200 MARKS) INTERNAL (60 MARKS) BASED ON SEMINAR REVIEWS END EXAM. (140 MARKS) 2. Laboratory Marks: 3. Project Work: 4. Seminar(IV year II semester) – 50 marks, No External marks. 29
INCENTIVES AND REWARDS(ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS) Incentive Amounts are fixed for Academic Performance of Staff Incentives Given 30
Incentives are fixed for research performance Incentives are given to staff since 3 years shown in beside table 31
STUDENTS FEEDBACK Students asked to evaluate the faculty based on the following criteria • Communication • Impartial • Way of teaching • Punctuality • Syllabus Coverage • Use of modern aids Based on the feedback, the faculty member who have got <70% will be counseled by the HOD and Principal. If necessary the follow up action will be initiated. 32
SAMPLE FEEDBACK COPY Sample Copy on Theoretical Subjects: Sample Copy on Labs 33
COMPETITIVE EXAMS QUALIFIED Nature of Exams: GATE / PGECET/ GRE/TOFEL 44
STUDENT PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY NO. OF STUDENTS REGISTERED: ISTE : 170 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT 45
Performance in Paper Contests / Other Events Awards and Rewards Without Rewards 47
Faculty Faculty Assistant Professors(21) Professors(5) Associate Professors(5) Faculty = 31 Faculty with B.Tech Program: 24 Total No. of C.S.E Students(Excluding 1st Year) :352 Faculty – Student Ratio = 1: 14.7 Cadre Ratio: 4 : 5 : 14 51