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Detailed Project Report (DPR

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for The Proposed Diploma Engineering College at KHAMBHAT , GUJRAT

KHAMBHAT (GUJ.)

Submitted by

POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI
JAIPUR (Raj.) Pin Code 302015 Co

Chapter I

Preamble

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Introduction Background of the Consultants Technical Education & Industry Scenario

Chapter -1 1.1 Introduction

GUJRAT, a dusty - sand state, well known in history for its brave people, art, culture and business houses, KHAMBHAT, a well known agriculture region of this state adjoining rich states like M.P AND GUJRAT, The KHAMBHAT district lies in the southern most part of GUJRAT. It is surrounded by Udaipur and Chittaurgarh in the North, Dungarpur in the west, Ratlam and Jhabua districts of Madhya Pradesh in the east and south respectively The district is divided into two sub-divisions, viz., KHAMBHAT and Kushalgarh. The KHAMBHAT sub-division consists of Ghatol, Pipal Khunt, Garhi and Talwara Panchayat Samitis whereas the Kushalgarh sub-division consists of Bagidora, Anandpuri, Sajjangarh and Kushalgarh Panchayat Samitis KHAMBHAT -The Center of Education
(No.) Colleges 4 Higher Secondary and Secondary Schools 128 Primary and Middle Schools 1,995 ITI 2 Others 3

Though there are many good schools and colleges at KHAMBHAT region, Technical Institutes are very few and there is a great potential as well as a desire of people of this region to have one Technical Institute.

Electricity
The demand for energy in Gujarat has been growing due to increasing industrial and agricultural activities .Tidal power generation potential of Gulf of Khambhat has been studied and found feasibile. It has been assessed that from Kalpasar Project tidal power of installed capacity 5880 MW will generate 12130 GWh energy in the Single Basin. With the Double Basin option the installed capacity would be 1680 MW and 8,078 GWh would be generated.

Water
Around 180 villages in Khambhat and Tarapur talukas of Anand district lake Kanewal water-supply scheme is dedicated to people by Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The source-to-sump scheme for Khambhat town has come up at a cost of Rs 11.56 crore. The water supply scheme, said an official release, is aimed at per capita supply of 140 litres of water daily to the Khambhat town's population of 90,000. At present, water is sourced from Nareshwar lake situated in the north of Khambhat. Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board has laid a 20-km pipeline to carry water up to Nareshwar head works where an 18 MLD filter plant, pumping machinery and electric connections works have been completed..

Road Transport
Closing the Gulf of Khambhat will have profound impact on the geography or present spatial patterns of road transportation. By connecting Saurashtra region with the East coast of Gujarat, transport distances will be reduced by 225 Kms and will result in reduction of transport costs for the students. The project will serve as a tool for reduction in distance between Dahej & Ghogha and provide sizeable relief to existing road network serving Saurashtra and more students may come down to khambhat. This would result in stimulation of the regional economic developments, reduced operating expenses, the existing highways would become less congested, increased comfort and convenience and saving of foreign exchange as consequences of reduction of the fuel costs. Waterborne Transport Development Kalpasar reservoir would provide an excellent facility of inland navigation, along Narmada river from sea to Hoshangabad (in Madhya Pradesh) through Kalpasar Lake. This inland water way could be used for the transportation of import and export cargos, as well as of cargo with other Indian ports as origin or destination. It has been estimated that for long haul transportation of bulk commodities on the east west corridor Madhya Pradesh - Arabian Sea a potential of some 50 million tones per year that would make use of Narmada water way by the year 2020.

Need for further Technical Institution at KHAMBHAT
Though there are good schools and colleges at KHAMBHAT region, Technical Institutes are very few and there is a great potential as well as a desire of people of this region to have one Technical Institute. Keeping in view this overall scenario, now a major plan for Engineering College is in pipeline at KHAMBHAT. However the need of an Engineering College at KHAMBHAT, to fulfill the expectations of the community of this region as well as that of GUJRAT, was always at heart of Mr. RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI. He nurtured a desire to open an Engineering College, with state of the art facilities, to impart top class technical education to the future generation of the state. The College is therefore poised to create a place in GUJRAT in the field of technical education {particularly in view the overall scenario and potential of the promoters}

1.2 Background of the consultants
All the Society Members are experience holder in the field of education and promoting education therefore no consultant is been appointed.

1.3 Technical Education and Industry scenario

GUJRAT in growing very fast in the field of Technical Education. The State government is working at its full swing towards Economic Progress. The economic progress of a country is strongly linked to the quality of education and the policies of the Government related to business and commerce. It is therefore necessary for our technical educators to undertake periodic review of the curriculum and subject content of the technical programmes to ensure that they are up-to-date, not outmoded or obsolete and are effectively fulfilling the technological requirements of the country. Relevant and comprehensive course keeping in mind the demands of the industry. Also use of ultra modern tools, equipment and instruments and emphasis on accuracy in measurement and revolting quality of products During the past three decades, many steps have been taken in GUJRAT to improve the quality of our professional & technical education. These include evolution of model syllabi, quality improvement programmes for teachers; encouraging interaction with industry through consultancy and continuing educational programmes; and providing impetus for expanding infrastructural facilities in emerging technologies. For economic growth and prosperity, the need is to produce highly skilled compacter & professional minded engineers. This could be achieved by imparting quality teaching to students. Thru use of latest teaching tech. for this, towards this, some norms and standards of technical education need to be laid down so as to educate the students with appropriate skills suitable for a rapidly changing industrial scenario. Last not least the state government very well understand the need to place/ provide job to the students. Government is working hard and making the industry strong enough so the industries can generate more and more jobs.

Industrial Scenario
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No. of Large and Medium Scale Units: 8 No. of Small Scale Units: 5312 Main Existing Industries 1. Agro-based (oil mills) 2. Blended yarn 3. Dress material 4. Marble slabs and tiles 5. Portland cement 6. Shirting and suiting 7. Hydro energy plants

Synthetic yarn and texturised grey cloth yarn. The above opinion is also based on the success of students of Engineering Education of KHAMBHAT going to other state for the education.

Chapter - II

The Promoting Body

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Introduction to its Genesis Including its registration status. Details of its Promoters including their Background. Activities of the Promoting Body Including a listing of major educational promotion activities undertaken by it in the past. Mission of the Promoting Body Vision of the Promoting Body

Chapter II

The Promoting Body
POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (JAIPUR) RAJ 2.1 Introduction to its genesis Including its registration status
Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti is a duly registered society formed in the year 1991 (registration no. – 179-jai-91-92). It was registered on 10thAug 1991 under the society registration act 1958.

POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (JAIPUR) RAJ was established on 12/07/1991 by NIRMAL KUMAR SURANA. 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17 SHUBHNGANA RAJ RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI RAJKUMARI JAIN MINAKSHI SURANA JUGRAJ PUGALIA HARVINDAR SINGH HARI RAM SHARMA SAKIL KHAN APARNA JAVA NISHA TANEJA SNIGANDHA SHARMA KAMNA SINGH CHOHAN KULDEEP DHAKA NIRMAL KUMAR ISHWAR KUNDNANI BHARTI GAHLOT SHABNAM NAGPAL CHAIRMAN Secretary Treasurer Vice Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Main Objectives of the trust are:
To encourage the study of Religion and Philosophy, Literature, art and Science - Both Technical and Applied, by funding, establishing and helping schools, colleges, pathshalas, Library, Reading Rooms and other Institutions. To establish and promote the establishment of and to render aid to Temples, Pathshalas, Schools, Colleges, Gymnasiums, Widow Homes, Orphanages and other Institutions, Medical Facilities for the people of KHAMBHAT and students of engineering colleges and other institutions.

To Provide for the welfare of Harijans, Tribes and other backward community or communities by grants of money and provide for and/or subscribing towards their places of Instruction and/or recreation and by other necessary means. Why we came into existence GUJRAT in growing very fast in the field of Technical Education. The State government is working at its full swing towards Economic Progress. The economic progress of a country is strongly linked to the quality of education and the policies of the Government related to business and commerce. It is therefore necessary for our technical educators to undertake periodic review of the curriculum and subject content of the technical programmes to ensure that they are up-to-date, not outmoded or obsolete and are effectively fulfilling the technological requirements of the country. Several institutions run under our society and they are recognized from AICTE, Directorate College Education , NCTE , GUJRAT technical university , university of GUJRAT , DOEACC Society As per courses

Reason to introduce our self in Gujrat:

The Promoting Body
POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (JAIPUR) RAJ 2.1 Introduction to its genesis including its registration status Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti is a duly registered society formed in the year 1991 (registration no. – 179-jai-91-92). It was registered on 10thAug 1991 under the society registration act 1958. POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (JAIPUR) RAJ was established on 12/07/1991 by NIRMAL KUMAR SURANA. As we know he is no more with us but his vision is very clear to every society member 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. SHUBHNGANA RAJ MINAKSHI SURANA RAJKUMARI JAIN RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI SAKIL KHAN ARPANA JAVA KAMNA SINGH CHOUHAN KULDEEP DHAKA AMIT BARISTO Chairman Vice Chairman Treasurer Secretary Member Member Member Member Member

2.2 Details of Promoters including their background
All the trustees of “POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (JAIPUR)” are leading industrialists of the country and their contributions to the field of education in particular, and to the society as a whole, is well known in India.

1

SSHUBHNGANA RAJ

9

2

RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI

15

3

RAJKUMARI JAIN

35

4

MINAKSHI SURANA

26

5

SAKIL KHAN

37

6

APARNA JAVA

5

7

KAMNA SINGH CHOHAN

12

8

KULDEEP DHAKA

3

9

AMIT BARISTO

4

2.3

Activities of the promoting body including a listing of major educational promotion activities undertaken by it in the past

RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI secretary of the Trust a leading industrialist a, is well known for his contributions all over the country. The society was established for promoting quality education in the field of Computer Science and Application, Management Studies, Fashion Technology & designing and other important areas of technical education. - The Society is running B Ed , BBA , BCA , PGDCA, PGDCM - Society is running MBA program Duly approved by AICTE
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The Society is also running Institute of Fashion Technology. Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) by the University of GUJRAT. ‘O’ Level (Foundation Course in Computer): DOEACC, Govt. of India Course(Foundation Course in Computer) COPA : Computer Operator & programming Assistant Course Diploma. Certificates to be awarded by NCVT, Govt. of India All India Recognised Course.

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- Other Courses: DOEACC, Govt. of India Certificate Course on Computer Concepts. - Many other short term Courses in the filed of Computer Awareness. The Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti feels that there is a need of Engineering colleges in India for the Information Technology, Computer Sciences, Electronics and Communication Electrical for the development of our country and to provide better opportunities for the technological advancement. But unfortunately the current reservation policy in India favors caste rather than merit. As a result, a large number of bright students cannot peruse their studies of interest. Also there is an acute problem of brain – drain. As a result the Indian industry has to rely on foreign collaboration and technology transfer rather than developing our own indigenous technologies and techniques, which will be compatible to the Indian settings.

2.4

Mission of the Promoting Body

The mission of Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti has been to serve the humanity in real terms. This is possible only if the national human resource is empowered. Education is the most effective tool of all round development of the youth, the Sansthan has rigorously pursued the purpose and the results are visible as a number of educational institution have been established by the Sansthan so far. The main are: 1. Jasoda Devi PG College 2. Jasoda Devi TT College

3. Jasoda Devi College(MBA -FT) 4. Aaharya Shri Tulsi Industrial Training Institute , Jaipur 5. J D college For Computer Hardware and Networking 6. J D College For Science and Technical Studies 7. JD College of fashion technology 8. JD I.T.C. 9. Jasoda Devi Polytechnic College, DUDU (under PPP mode )
10. Jasoda Devi Engineering College ,KHAMBHAT (under PPP

mode)* 11. Jasoda Devi College for Distance Education

The impatient youth is a job seeker today and our Sansthan has, by imparting technical skills and education facilitated them. Starting of Polytechnic College at Gujrat as Jasoda devi Polytechnic college for running technical courses is a step furthering the mission of the Sansthan.
1. Human recourses development in the areas of Electrical, Electronics, Computers, Mechanical and allied Engineering disciplines with Hands on Minds on approach. 2. Establishing and creating network with technical and allied Institutions Including laboratories and Industries in the country and abroad. 3. Development of Intellectual property through R & D ventures / Collaboration on modern technologies for the benefit of society. 4. Synergizing Institutes through infrastructure sharing, Industry interface, Faculty and Student exchange Programmes within the country and abroad. 5. Providing experienced hand for training the students of the india’s biggest industrial state i.e. GUJRAT

2.5

Vision of the Promoting Body
Where education math the market requirement and no student is

jobless. To provide quality education and develop competitive aspect in the students especially in every field of education and provide help and upliftment of weaker sections of the society. Society has a vision to work in educational field and get a respect of Autonomous body also to be one of the first and best sports university in India. Attaining 100% students placement ( with Right job for right person theory ) in addition

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To provide state of the art Technical Education with hands on training to students and transform them into committed technocrats with Goal oriented approach to provide an impetus to the national and global economy. To Establish the Institute as a “National level centre of excellence” and prepare students to compete at global level. To motivate and inculcate moral and ethical values, responsive to social, economical, political and environmental issues, with appropriate Technical know how to tackle these issues. To give the students an exposure of emerging world technologies and markets in view of globalization of technology.

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4.

Chapter III

Objectives and Scope of the Proposed Institution
* * * * * * Objectives of the Institution General and Technical Education Scenario of the State Status at Entry Level. Status of Technical Level manpower. Industrial Scenario of the State. Scope of the College vis-à-vis the Industrial Scenario and Educational facilities already available in the State.

Chapter III Objectives and Scope of the Institute OBJECTIVES OF THE INSTITUTE
Pooja Seva Siksha Samiti is to serve the humanity in all available aspects. Most importantly PSSS has the objective to place the students or make them selfsufficient. Our motive to not only to offer the course but to place the students or make them self sufficient Other than education society has social objectives, that to uplift the deaf & mute students. Society is working on finding new avenues to help such students to fight govt. examination and work in the field of: Computers, Art and Design , Management and now engineering and much more. Society and Institution is to impart quality Education and develop the technical education scenario in the GUJRAT. Medical Facilities for the people of
Khanbhat(ANAND) and students of engineering colleges and other institutions.

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To provide highly skilled and technically trained manpower in emerging area of Technology. To provide a conductive environment to the faculty, staff and the students where they could attain high-level objective of teaching and training. To provide the state of art infrastructure including building, machinery and equipment etc. To enable the faculty and students to inculcate necessary skills and impart the required level of knowledge. To undertake Research & Development activities to advantage for students. To develop appropriate linkages with industry, community, and the fellow institutions in India and abroad to fulfill the objective of achieving academic excellence. To develop overall personality of the student of this area to make them succeed in their future. To create awareness for “Continuous Learning” environment and motivate amongst students, staff and faculty also. To provide suitable economic facilities for middle class and lower middle class rural students of border area and GUJRAT- Gujarat border area to undertake technical education.

GENERAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SCENARIO OF THE STATE

The proposed Institute by POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (Raj.) Designed for quality technical education It is most hearing to note that There are about 21000 estimated seats in various Diploma Engineering College in the State of Gujrat out of which not a single institution is with in the circumference of 50 KM of Area Khambhat . where surprisingly as the literacy rate of the area is not less than The proposed Institute by POOJA SEVA SHIKSHA SAMITI (Raj.) Designed for quality technical education, is mainly focused on the area to develop the rural area of Gujrat (society primary objective)also the need of the district as anand and baruch are full of industry setup the need of technicians are high Society does not-envisage any problem in filling up the seats in any of its programs. Khambhat has good connectivity with Vadodara, surat etc. The promoters expect to get large number of students from nearest city and from other areas of the state of GUJRAT and Gujarat.
3.2.1 Status at entry level In the state of GUJRAT alone, more than 60,000 students appear in the senior secondary examination every year in the non - medical stream, conducted by different examining bodies namely “Board of Secondary Education, Ajmer”, “Central Board of Secondary Education GUJRAT”., “Open School, National Institute of Open Schooling” etc. In the past three years, more than 20,000 students have been appearing in the GUJRAT Pre- Engineering Test , out of which about 4000 are from KHAMBHAT region alone. 3.2.2 Status of Technical level manpower GUJRAT is an emerging state and poised for rapid industrialization process, keeping pace with rest of the Country. In the recent years many industrial houses have chosen GUJRAT as their focal point for newer industries. Government of GUJRAT is also planning an “IT Park” in the state in near future. At present the status of higher & technical education is very low in the state as compared to rest of country. The state does not produce enough technical manpower in the emerging areas, such as Computer, Electronics, Electrical and Engineering discipline. Due to financial constraints and other essential priorities, it is rather difficult for the State Government to open technical college with available state resources. Privatisation in Technical Education provides an alternative opportunity to fulfill this gap and boost Technical education in all the districts of GUJRAT. 3.3 Industrial Scenario in the State of GUJRAT

GUJRAT with its great historic past has a population of about five crores with literacy level of only 40%. Because of the adverse desert climate and other constraints, the state did not attract entrepreneur for new ventures in the past. However the scenario is changing with the rapid industrializations in rest of the

country and improved communication facilities the state is catching up with new industrial ventures. The State has very rich mineral resources. The state has also become a major Textile Centre and Software Industries as well as Small Scale Electronics Industries. A number of small and large-scale industries have come up in the recent past even in the region of KHAMBHAT. GUJRAT has now become one of the largest manufacturing zone of textiles, woolens, stone, cements, chemicals, as well as small engineering products. 3.4 Scope of educational . . the college vis-à-vis The Industrial scenario Facilities are already available in the state. and

The proposed institute has a great advantage of having been located at Educational Town, KHAMBHAT in GUJRAT, where large numbers of residential students are available. Moreover, large number of MNCs has established their manufacturing and servicing units in neighboring states and industrial towns in Gujarat and M.P, These are within the commutable distance from the proposed college. Hence not only the industrial scenario in the State of GUJRAT but the industrial scenario of the neighboring states in general, would also affect the proposed college in a positive manner; it would be easier for the proposed college to establish Industrial linkages. KHAMBHAT itself has an industrial estate with a number of industries. It is therefore amply clear from the above facts that: * * * There is a very high demand of technically trained manpower in the region, which is increasing exponentially. The technical educational facilities in the region are comparatively inadequate. The Proposed institute will meet the urgent need of the students willing to pursue technical education, and there will be no shortage of “admission seekers” in any of its programs. * The quality-enabled environment in the proposed college would position it at the top among flow engineering colleges in the region as well as in the State of GUJRAT to make them succeed in their ventures * * * To undertake Research & Development activities to benefit not only the nation as a whole but also for the common man. To develop low cost technology and transfer the same to the unorganized sector to enhance its productivity. To create awareness amongst the faculty, staff, students and the community for “Continuous-Learning” environment.

Chapter IV

Academic Programmes
* * * * * * * * * * * Basic Academic Philosophy of the Institution Types of Programmes Identified Programmes Phase-wise Introduction of Programmes & Intake Target date for Start of Academic Programmes Central Computing Facility Central Library Central Workshop Central Instrumentation Facility Affiliating Bady Sholarships

Chapter IV

Academic Programmes
4.1 Basic Academic Philosophy of the Institution
Placement is the only target with the motto of right job with right person. The philosophy there fore is clear that the institution has to cover the set syllabus and along with that if the market requirement is for extra exposure than institute will plan for the extra arrangements: Society and Institution is to impart quality Education and develop the technical education scenario in the GUJRAT. Since the state is lacking such technical institutions, we aim at producing technical experts for the development of the state and country at large. Our academic philosophy covering our objects is as follows: 1 Design-Oriented Teaching 2 Exposure to practical field 3 Emerging Technologies 4 Management Educations and Professional Communication Skills. The proposed Institution by Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti strives to achieve academic excellence in the very formative years by developing a work Culture where faculty and student work together to evolve teaching-learning process that are most satisfying to ignite the minds of the students. The institute would create a conducive environment, in which the student would feel pleasure in acquiring knowledge and cognitive psychometric skills required to make them globally competitive technocrats. The institute would identify key performance indicators, output indicators and outcome indicators, which would be monitored periodically in a closed loop system. The Institute would strive at developing low cost technology and transferring the same for the common man including the unorganized sector of economy. The institute would also create healthy linkages for the upliftment of the community in its neighborhood to fulfill its social obligation, with the active involvement of faculty and students, so that the student develops themselves into responsible and accountable citizens.

4.2

Types of Programmes

The Proposed Institute will offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs in emerging areas of engineering and technology in a phased manner.

4.3

Identified Programmes

The Proposed Institute has identified following programs to be offered in its campus in a phased manner BE ( Under Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology ) * Electronics & Communication Engineering * Computer Science & Engineering * Textile Engineering * Electrical Engineering * Civil Engineering

4.4

Phase-wise Introduction of Programmes & Intake
09 10 2011 Year and Intake 2012 2013 2014 2015-16

S. Program N. o
A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. UG Electronics & Comp.Engg. Electrical Engg. Computer Sc.Engg. Information Technology Mechanical Engg. Applied Electronics Automation & Robotics Chemical Engg. Bio Technology Sub Total

60 60 60 60 -

120 120 120 120 -

180 180 180 180 -

240 240 240 240 60 -

240 240 240 240 120 60 -

240 240 240 240 180 120 60 -

240 240 240 240 240 180 120 60 -

240 240 240 240. 240 240. 180 120 60

A
B PG ME ECE ME CSE Sub Total

240
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480
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720
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960
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1140
60 60

1260
120 120

1560
60 60

1860
120 120

B

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-

-

-

120

240

120

240

Grand Total 240

480

720

960

1260

1380

1680

2100

4.5 Target Date for Start of Academic Programmes
As Per the GUJRAT Technical board and State Government instructions for Session 2008-09.

4.6 Central Computing facility
Since the central computing facility is the basic requirement of all the educational institutions. So our institute also provides central computing facility.

4.7

Central Library

A central Library with a collection of required number of text books, reference books. International / National Standards & Codes, International / National technical

and other journals & periodicals, Non Print Learning resources such as DVDs, VCDs, Video, / Audio cassettes etc shall be established well before the commencement of the academic session 2008-09. The Central Library would be fully computerized from its inception. Well-qualified & trained Staff would be appointed in the library, which would be kept open even after normal working hours on the weekdays as well as on weekends and holidays. Internet facilities would be provided in the Central Library as an additional resource. The tie up with Delnet will also be done for the international books available on net

4.8

Central Workshop

A Central workshop with state of art tools & equipments would be established, as per the curricula prescribed by the affiliating university. Training facilities would be established in the central workshop to cater to the day-to-day needs of the proposed institute. The Central Workshop would also have a maintenance cell for routine maintenance of machinery & equipment, electrical installations and the buildings, Skilled and technically trained staff, preferably with industrial exposure, would be engaged for the Central Workshop. College will help the students for on job training so the students are thoroughly prepared for the industries and market.

4.9 Central Instrumentation Facility
Central instrumentation facility will be created with adequate equipment and technically trained manpower and as per the need of the institute. In this center general electro/electronics measurement system, electrical winding, PCB designing & fabrication servicing and maintenance of equipments, LCD & over head projector, audio systems etc. Will be made available.

4.10 Affiliating Body
Board of Technical Education GUJRAT, , which would be the affiliating board of the proposed Institute.

4.11 Scholarships
Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti Propose scholarship to the meritorious as well as to the needy students The society greatly supports PH and meritorious students. * * * The details of proposed scholarship and other financial incentives are as follows : Institute will help in providing “Education Loan” to any regular student from the connected Banks Institute will also help students in getting other scholarship and financial assistance from Govt. and Non Govt. agencies.

Chapter- V

Salient Features of Academic Divisions
* * * * * * * * Classification of Academic Divisions i.e. Departments, Centres, Schools, Central Academic Facilities. Details of each Academic department / Centre, like: Academic Objectives Areas of Focus Academic Programme Faculty Recruitment & Phase-wise Recruitment Requirement of Laboratories, Space and Equipment (Cost) Requirement of other Space like Class Rooms, Faculty rooms, Departmental Office.

Chapter V

Salient Features of Academic Division
5.1

Classifications of Academic Divisions : Departments, Centers, Schools and Central Academic Facilities.
In the academic year 2008-09 following Departments, Centers and Other Section would be established As required for BE 1st year.

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Departments 1 2 3 4 5 Centers 1 2 3 4

Department of Physics Department of Chemistry Department of Mathematics Department of Humanities Department of Electronics and Electrical Computer Center Central Workshops Central Library Drawing Hall

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Other departments and concerned labs will be created in a phased manner such as: * Department Department of Computer Science Engineering Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Information Technology * Centers Training & Placement Cell Printing & Reprography Sports/yoga

5.2

Details of each Academic Department / Center

5.2.1 Academic Objectives The Society proposes to maintain a respectable student teacher ratio without compromising the quality of education. The Trust would make all its efforts to employ well-qualified faculty members of the rank of Professors/ Asstt.Professors. Trust strongly believes that highly motivated and qualified faculty would only achieve the target. Hence the faculty and staff would be employed as per norms, and the pay packages offered to them would be as per AICTE / State Govt. Pay scale. The recruitment of the faculty would be in phased manner so as to maintain the adequate students teacher ratio. For Excellency in teaching, the trust would make a plan to organize Expert lectures from visiting faculty from other similar Institution.

5.2.2 Areas of Focus

Details of Departments
* Department of Physics

This Department would be responsible for Applied Physics for BE Ist Year students and conducting practical thereof. The Physics Laboratory will be established with adequate facilities, hence a batch of minimum 30 students can work at a time in the laboratory. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising Lecturer, lab Assistant, Peon and will be headed by Experienced and qualified Head in respective subject. The department would consist of well equipped Physics Lab, 2 Classrooms, 1 tutorial room, HOD and Staff Rooms, Technician room and Store. * Department of Chemistry

This Department would be responsible for Applied Chemistry for BE Ist Year Student and conducting practical thereof. Laboratory will be established with adequate facilities; hence a batch of minimum 30 students can work at a time in the laboratory. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising Lecturer, lab Assistant, Peon and will be headed by Experienced and qualified Head in respective subject. The department would consist of well equipped Physics Lab, 2 Classrooms, 1 tutorial room, HOD and Staff Rooms, Technician room and Store. * Department of Electronics and Electrical

This Department would be responsible for teaching any Electronics and electrical subjects. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of Lecturers, Professors, Asst. Professor, Instructors, Technicians, Peon and will be headed by experienced head in respective subject. * Department of Mathematics

This Department would be responsible for Mathematics. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising Lecturers and professors in respective subject. This department would consist of 2 classrooms and staff room. * Department of Humanities

This Department would be responsible for teaching subjects like Communication Skills, English, Management and Economics etc. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of Lecturers and Professors in respective subject. This department would consist of 2 classrooms and staff room.

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Department of Computer Science Engineering

This Department would be responsible for teaching Computer Sciences subject. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of

Lecturers, Professor, Asst. Professors, system administrator cum programmer, Peon and will be headed by experienced Head in respective subject.

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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

This Department would be responsible for teaching Electronics Engineering subjects. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of Professors, Asst.Professors, Lecturers, Instructors, Technicians, Peon and will be headed by experienced Head of the department in respective subject. The department will consist of appropriate faculty as per the syllabus.

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Department of Electrical Engineering

This Department would be responsible for teaching Electrical Engineering subjects. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of Professors, Asst. Professors, Lecturers, Instructors, Technicians, Peon and will be headed by experienced Head in respective subject. The department will be well equipped with the designing lab.

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Department of Information Technology

This Department would be responsible for teaching IT Engineering subjects. The Department would have adequate and well-qualified staff comprising of Professors, Asst. Professors, Lecturers, System Programmer, Technicians, Peon and will be headed by experienced Head in respective subject.

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Computer Center

This Central Computer center would have 75 P-IV based Computers. This Lab will also be equipped completely with networking & Internet facility and with all required licensed software and operating systems.

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Central Workshop

The Mechanical Workshop has a separate provision for welding, foundry, fitting and turning and would be responsible for imparting practical training to all BE Ist Year students under various shops as per requirement of the curricula. The Workshop Superintendent who will be of the rank of Sr.Lecturer/Asst. Professor shall head the Central Workshop. The Central Workshop will also cater to the needs of routine maintenance and repairing of machinery, equipments and furniture etc. Instructor will be appointed for each shop of this workshop.

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Central Library

A Central Library would have necessary Text Books, Reference Books, International/ National Standards & Codes, International / National Technical and other Journals / Periodicals, Non-Print Learning Resources such as DVDs, VCDs, Video / Audio Cassettes etc shall be established well before the commencement of academic session 2007-08. The Central Library would be fully computerized. Well-

qualified & Trained Staff would be appointed to manage the library. The library would be kept open also after normal working hours on the weekdays as well on weekends and holidays. Internet facilities would be provided in the Central Library.

*

Drawing Hall

It would be a big drawing hall having 260 Sq.Mt. area and furnished with Ergonomically designed Drawing Table. At a time maximum 75 students would be easily work together.

*

Printing and Reprographic Center

The Institute will have an in-house Reprographic Centre fully equipped with DTP, Photo copying and printing facilities to meet the need of various departments as well as of students. 5.2.3 Academic Programmes This has been mentioned in 4.3 & 4.4 of Chapter 4 5.2.4 Faculty Requirement & Phase-wise Recruitment The phase wise recruitment of faculty are as follows:
S.No. Program A 1 2 3 4 Director Professor Asst.Prof. Lecturer Sub Total A B 1 2 PG Professor Asst. Prof. Sub Total B Grand Total 16 31 46 69 02 06 08 84 04 12 16 100 04 12 16 106 04 12 16 112 2008 2009 UG 01 01 04 10 16 01 02 08 20 31 2010 01 03 12 30 46 Year and Intake 2011 2012 01 04 16 48 69 01 05 18 52 76 2013 01 06 20 57 84 2014 01 08 22 59 90 20015-17 01 10 24 61 96

Note : Visiting faculty is not included in this above table.

5.2.5 Requirement of Laboratories, Space and Equipment (Cost) Following are the requirement of Laboratories for the 1st Year BE Total Area / Space App.Cost 2145 Sq.Mt. 1.03 Crore

1)
S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Workshop and Lab area
Particulars sq.m.) Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Mechanics & Kinematics Lab Material Testing Lab Electrical & Electronics Lab/ Mechanical Workshop Amenities & Circulation Area Total Total No. 01 01 01 01 01 01 Total Area (in 260 Sq.m. 175 Sq.m. 110 Sq.m. 260 Sq.m. 260 Sq.m. 900 Sq.m. 180 Sq.m. 2145 Sq.m.

Administrative Area
S.No.

Particulars

Total No. 01 01 01 02 01 01

Total Area (in 43 Sq.m. 541 Sq.m. 205 Sq.m. 65 Sq.m. 95 Sq.m. 13 Sq.m. 110 Sq.m. 1072 Sq.m.

sq.m.) 1. Director office 2. Main / Administrative office 3. Reception Office / Hall 4. Estate & Maintenance office 5. Conference (meeting) Hall 6. Strong (Exam) Room 7. Amenities & Circulation Area Total

Other Essential Requirement
S.No.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Particulars Kitchen Girls Common Room Boys Common Room Medical Center Scooter Parking

Total No. 01 01 01 01 01 Total Area Communication (Language) Lab 01 Internet Facility

Total Area (in sq.m.) 83 Sq.m. 92 Sq.m. 76 Sq.m. 43 Sq.m. 250 Sq.m. 535 Sq.m.
Establish in one extra available class room. Will be available with 30 terminal in computer center with 512 kbps for 24 x 7
Established in main library

8.

Digital Library

01

Chapter VI

Quality and Human Resource Development
* * * * * * Academic Values Recruitment Strategies for Attracting and Retention of Faculty Personnel for excellence, Promotion Avenues, Career Ladder. Policies for Teaching and Non-teaching Staff Development. Permanent and Central Services for Teaching, Non-teaching and other support Personnel. Total Quality Management. Over all teaching and Non-teaching Staff requirements.

Chapter VI

Quality and Human Resource Development
6.1 Academic Values
Institute plays an important role throughout the four-year of the academies, not only shaping career but also grooming overall personality of the student. Trust has planned to develop High-class infrastructure, highly experienced and motivated faculty, and team of highly learned visiting faculty; The Institute will inculcate not only the problem solving abilities, overall personality, communication, presentation skill and confidence but also social and moral values. The institute will develop an Academic Advisory Committee comprising of the Directors and Professors of various organizations and Monitoring Committee comprising of HODs of Each department, whose primary objective will be to come out with standardized sectored notes, tutorials, question bank etc.

Advisory Committee
S No. Name 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Shubhangana Raj Rajkumar Sawlani Director of the College Meenakshi Surana HOD of all the Departments Designation Chairman Secretary ex – officio Technical Advisor Subject experts

6.2 Recruitment strategies for attraction and Retention of Faculty Personnel for Excellence, Promotional Activities, Career Ladder.
The Institutes are aware with the fact that the faculty strength, qualification and level of competence and performance should be adequate to accomplish the institutional mission and, Goals. The Commitment, attitudes and communication skill of the faculty plays an important and crucial role in successfully running the academic programmes. This depends upon the recruitment procedures. Institute will constitute a Recruitment Committee for faculty members comprising of renowned scientists and eminent professors from IIT delhi / Roorkee and similar institutions. The committee will ensure the qualification and expertise of the faculty is relevant to the programme area held by them, creative activities and professional experience. The Institute will expect from the faculty to act not only as instructors, but also student advisors, academic planners & curriculum developers, and also to assist in the institutional administration. Good salaries and perks such as housing, children welfare etc. Would be provided to attract the faculty. In the case of supporting staff, besides adequate numbers and appropriate qualifications, the recruitment will be made on the basis of hands-on experience, skills, attitudes, commitment and involvement with the institutional objectives.

By the open advertisement in the leading newspaper of the country we are not only recruiting staff but also giving a wider chance to the academicians to join our college. For retaining the faculty we are providing them faculty development programs and provide them with fixed promotional schemes.] The Attraction will be from a good pay package. All the faculty member who sign the three year bond will get the following 1. Insurance of the Family 2. Office use car 3. HRA / College provided residence 4. Teachers Training Program Sponsorship( One a Year ) 5. A promotional Scheme ( advice to be taken From AICTE experts ) 6. Director Will be Provided with a small holiday package ( a Year )
7. Many such Small perks / amenities as suitable to the budget

We are also providing them book bank and computer facilities for their up-gradation. We also emphasis upon development of notes and thus enable the teachers to rather have command over their subject.

6.3

Policies for Teaching and Non-Teaching staff development

Since the basic focus of the organization is to impart quality education, which could only be done through highly qualified and trained academicians. Our organization is putting whole lot of efforts for the development of the teaching and the non-teaching staff, which is in turn beneficial for the instructions at large. • Through linkages with other Institutions and Industries, the institute is encouraging their faculties to arrange and participate in faculty development programme. • Arrangement of Seminars, guest lectures by senior academicians acts as a motivating factor for the faculties and they get the chance of enhancing their knowledge. • We focus development of subject notes by the faculties, which enable them to have command over their subject.

• Availability of full daybook bank and Internet facilities is another policy adopted by organization for the development of faculty. • The basic policy of the organization is to provide healthy and tension free work culture so that every body is able to give their best input.
Adequate employment security, salaries and benefits to commensurate with the position, provisions for continued professional development, and periodic evaluation for their vertical mobility will be ensured and made known to the faculty. Reasonable workload as per the rule will be given to faculty so that it should not hinder effective performance. The institute will protect and foster academic freedom for each member of the faculty and will develop mechanism to ensure that the faculty acts responsible, ethically and in conformity with the prescribed conditions of employment. The institute will also ensure that the faculty member should strive to maintain professional competence and scholarly pursuits. Schemes will be made for faculty improvement, up gradation if qualifications by participation in Seminars / Workshop. Industry Institute Interaction will be promoted at all levels. Plan for Future Development of Teaching and Research Programmes. * Faculty members will encourage attending seminars / workshops. * Institute will support faculty members for higher studies. * Exchange programmes for faculty with reputed colleges within and outside the country. * Industry - Institute Interaction. * Faculty can associate with any research or industrial project of a research organization. * Efforts will be made to get sponsored projects from DST, CSIR and other concerned organizations.

6.4

Permanent and contract services for teaching, non teaching and other Support personnel

We believe in the permanent selection after the completion of probation period because a permanent person can only have an attachment with the organization and will then and then only be devoted towards the organization.
* All types of opportunities for teaching and non teaching staff will be made through a Properly constituted selection committee as per University and AICTE guidelines. The teaching as well as non-teaching staff will be appointed partially on regular basis and partially on contract basis. Subordinate staff will also be appointed partially on regular basis and partially on Contract basis. The Institute will frame rules and regulation for the appointment of any post and will be transparent to all. Visiting faculties will be invited time to time from various reputed colleges as well as other premiere institutes.

* * * *

Total Quality Management
Best quality of imparting education is our motto and our institute is committed of quality excellence in our endeavor. Our foremost commitment is to provide safe, reliable and effective education service by continuously evaluating the quality, consistency of the education, and performance through market feed back, and conducting field trials and evaluating students feed back including students complaints. The System will be reviewed in the management review meeting and necessary changes will be incorporated to keep the system healthy without disturbing its adequacy. The quality planning committee will consist of Senior Faculty members, Registrar, Administrative Officer under the Chairmanship of Director. Director and Registrar will have regular interaction with individual employees at all level and will organize meeting with various departments frequently.

Quality management is in turn the basic requirement of every organization in today’s environment to remain competitive and to fulfill its requirements. Thus Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti in order to fulfill its social objective is totally inclined towards the total quality management. The society’s basic focus is to provide quality education, which is only possible through quality management i.e. managing manpower efficiently and effectively. The basic emphasis is on: • Time Management: Arranging the timetable for the faculty and students in a manner, which helps in timely completion of the curriculum of the course. • Engaging students in extra curricular activities like Class Presentation, Slide Shows, Debate Competition, Mock Interviews, Industrial Visits, Seminars, Guest Lectures, Case Studies, Discussions, Extempore and Cultural Programmes etc. to make our students all rounders in every field. • Providing sufficient time and facilities to the faculty for the preparation of notes and lectures so that they are able to deliver quality lectures. • Properly managing all administrative data into the software for easy accessibility. • We focus on the overall intellectual and personality development of the students. • We focus on learning through experience.

6.6 Overall Teaching and Non-teaching staff requirements:
* Teaching staff : Details have already given in 5..4 Chapter 5 * Non Teaching Staff

Administrative Staff
Designation
Registrar Administrative Officer Finance Officer Training & Placement Officer Account Officer Estate Officer PA To Director Office Asst. Store keeper Miscellaneous/ Unforeseen 2008 2009 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 2010 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2011 2012 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 1 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 2 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 2 20015-17 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 2

Chapter VII

Linkages in Technical Education

* * * * * * *

Introduction. Linkages with Industry Linkages with Community Linkages with other Technical Institutions in the region, Linkages with Institutions of excellence such as IITs and IISC, Bangalore. Linkages Abroad. Linkages with R & D Laboratories.

Chapter VII

Linkages in Technical Education 7.1 Introduction

Setting up of an Engineering college is useful for technological advancement and economic growth of the country. Technology is such a vast area that its in depth knowledge can’t be imparted to students in a college campus only. It becomes essential for Engineering college promoters to set up external linkages to fulfill the following aims: • • • • For the technical upliftment of our abundant human resources (students and young generation). For the development of indigenous technologies relevant to Indian context. For the Social, technical and economic development and posperity of the nation. For the Upgrading Quality of our products & services.

Linkage is one of the most important and crucial components of human resource development with great potential for adding value to products and services, for contributing to national economy and for improving the quality of life of the people. The Science and technology education and research in India have made significant contribution to the overall development of the country. From a merely agriculture based society in the early forties; India is today rated among the biggest industrialized nations having a sound base of industries. The technical education and research shall play a greeter role in coming years.

7.2 Linkage with industry
World Trade Organization has converted majority of industrial activities as global activates. As a result the expectations of the Corporate World from engineering Students have risen exponentially. This requires a professional relationship between industries and the institute. Keeping the above competitive industrial scenario in mind, appropriate teaching-learning methodologies may be adopted. In plant practical training and project work will be made an integral part of student curriculum which will help the students a lot in preparing to face the challenges of 21st century. The Trust is in collaboration with the following organization:

The economic progress of a country is strongly linked to the quality of education and the policies of the government related to the business and commerce. It is therefore necessary for our technical educators to undertake periodic review of the curriculum and subject content of the technical programmes to ensure that they are up to date, not outdated or obsolete and

are effectively fulfilling the technological requirements of the country. This information they can get in a perfect way only when the educators have the knowledge of the latest technological advancements and their practical applications. This knowledge they can get only and only from industrial experience. Linkage with industries aids in the practical trainings and demonstrations of the various fields. This type of training gives a student a real on the job experience, the experience which a student have to face in reality apart from theoretical knowledge and classroom practical. To impart this kind of skills to the students, society has linkages with various industries of GUJRAT.
* Gangmool Dairy * JCT Fabric Ltd. * Vikas WSP Ltd. * Wipro * Infosys * Genus Electronics * BHEL * TCS * Bhilwara Textile Trust has also plan to develop the relation with the following organizations to provide training & Placement for its students.

List of Organization: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Defense Research development Organization Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited Computer related Companies Crompton Greaves Bhabha Atomic Research Center Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited Reliance Industries Limited Ericsson, Motorola

7.3

Linkages with the community

The prime objective of the trust was only to give community service.In this perception, Trust provide. * Financial Support to poor, handicapped, widows, old person for Education, Medical, Food or jobs etc. * Vocational training to youths. More than 1000 rural youths have already trained during last 10 year in different trades. * Infrastructure facility to other charitable institutions / Schools. * Establishment of center for culture and arts for the society. * Medical Facilities to be provided by facilitating OPD for the people of . . city at student medical center of the college

Without community linkage, it becomes difficult to flourish technical education rapidly. In the deficiency of sufficient knowledge there are plenty of engineers who cannot be absorbed in conventional organizations resulting in unemployment or underemployment

7.4

Linkages with other technical institutions in the region

Linkage with other technical institutions is important because of several reasons like: • Institutes will call various visiting faculties by the way of interchanging so that we can impart maximum input related to the subject. Thus students can get huge knowledge of the subject. • All the faculties of the institutes can sit and give their expert comments for running latest courses imparting practical trainings, establish industry linkages, establish community linkages so that we can run the college in the best possible way. • Inter college competitions will be organized in the fields of technology, IT leadership, cultural and sports activities so that we may impart varied expertise in our student.

7.5

Linkages with institutions of excellence such as the IITs Roorkee and IISc Bangalore

We can call the faculties from IIT’s and IISc. for special lectures on specialized papers. In addition, we use to invite the magazines and journals from the premier technical institutes of India as well as abroad.

Chapter VIII

Governance and Academic and Administrative Management
* * * * * * Philosophy of Governance. Board of Governance. Organizational Structure & Chart for day-to day Operations and Management. Role and Responsibilities of key senior positions Methods / Style of administration / Management

Chapter VIII

Governance and Academic and Administrative Management
8.1 Philosophy of Governance

Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti has decided that the autonomy of Various Departments of Jasoda Devi Engineering CollegeKHAMBHAT is essential to achieve academic excellence. The functionality for academic and administrative management would be set in such a manner that desired goals of providing technical Education in the proposed Institute would be achieved effectively, smoothly and transparently. The board of Governors, assisted by an Advisory Committee, would provide guidance to the Academic Management of the Institute.

8.2

Board of Governors

The Board of Governors would be a 7-member team consisting of the following: S No Name Position 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. SHUBHANGANA RAJ RAJ KUMAR SAWLANI RAJKUMARI JAIN MEENAKSHI SURANA KAMNA SINGH CHOUHANSNIGDHA NAGPAL BHARTI SAHU Designation Chairman Secretary Treasurer Vice-Chairman Member Member Member

8.3

Organization Structure for Day-to-Day Operation and Management

BOARD of DIRECTORS

Chairman/Secretary

Academic staff

Director/Principal

Adminis
Sports
Students Relation OFFICER

Placement Cell/ Feed bk Library

Head of the various Department

Accounts

Security

Dept. Dire
Store PR & Media Manager

Faculties (Technical)

Counseling cell

8.4 Role and Responsibilities of key Senior Positions
* Role and Responsibility of the Chairman of the Institute

He shall be the overall in charge and Patron of the Institute. He will formulated the policies and interacts with Members of the Governing Body, Director of the Institute and Members of Advisory committee for any type of policy or matter of the Institution. Being chairman of the Trust, he will provide the required funds for the institute.

Role of Board of Directors (Chairman) :
Board of directors is responsible for the governance of our organization. a) b) c) Providing guidance and establishing for the society. Conform to the various provisions of the Societies Act. Decisions like administrative to them. appointment of staffs are teaching referred and

d)

Reviewing and screening decisions in the light of their organizational implications. Guide Director and Deputy Director in reviewing and evaluating organizational performance.

e)

*

Role and Responsibilities of Director of the Institute

He shall be the overall in charge for correspondence with AICTE, State Govt, Affiliating University and other Govt./Semi Govt./ Industries/ Companies etc. from time to time. He shall be monitoring the various inspections conduct by the AICTE, State Govt. and affiliating University. He shall be responsible to inform the semester -wise academic or progress report to Chairman. He shall also be responsible for overall day-to-day activities of the institute. All the head of the departments report to Director in regard to their academic work, Instructions, Guidance and Planning. He shall also be responsible to conduct internal and University Examination through Registrar. a) b) Responsible for the execution and management of organization. our

Performance of all those tasks that are necessary to provide a direction to the organization so that it achieves its purpose. Authorized signatory for all the decisions.

c)

d) e)

Reviewing and evaluating organizational performance. Chief administrator, implementer and coordinator.

Communication of organizational purpose, mentor and organization builder Role of Deputy Director: a) b) c) Assisting Director in execution and management of our organization. Striking coordination between the academic staff and administrative staff. Defining roles of the staff members in their respective areas.

Role of Head of Department’s: a) b) Maintaining discipline in the respective department. Arranging for the lectures, seminars and symposiums.

Role of Teaching Staff: a) b) c) Timely conduct of classes and lectures. Overall academic development of the students. Nurture the personalities of students to stand with in this competitive era.

Role of Administrative Head: a) Implementation of the decisions made at the levels of Board of Director’s and Director. Adhere to the administrative guidelines for proper documentation. Coordinating activities among administrative staff.

b) c)

8.5 Method/ Style of Administration / Management
Management methods Overall management of Jasoda Devi Engineering College will be the responsible of the governing body of the institute, Comprising of eminent industrialists and educationists. Day-to-day management of Jasoda Devi Engineering College however rests with the principal of the college who will be assisted in this task by a committee comprising of faculty and head of administration and finance. The Director will also interact with the trust for all financial matters and receive their guidance as may be required from time to time.

In addition the Registrar of the proposed Institute will be responsible for dealing with student’s affairs, and shall coordinate with external Govt. non-govt. agencies such as the affiliating University, AICTE, Ministry of HRD. The Principal will interact with the Trust for all financial matters and for their guidance from time to time.

Chapter IX

Conceptual Master Plan for Main Campus Development
* * * * * * The Site Proposed Land Use Pattern Design Concept Buildings and Facilities in the Campus External Services Construction Systems and Materials Landscape Proposal

Chapter IX

Conceptual Master Plan for Main Campus Development
9.1 The Site
The Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti have establishing a Engineering College under the PPP Mode Scheme (the Free Land Scheme) of Govt. of GUJRAT in the lagging district. The establishment of an Engineering college in KHAMBHAT, particularly in its proposed location would meet the long standing aspirations of the region and will cater to the needs of both rural and urban populations. KHAMBHAT has all modern infrastructure and frequent fast Bus, Railway and Taxi services not only for the state capital but also to the national capital.

9.2 Proposed Land Use Pattern
The Proposed Land use pattern (Site Plan) in given in drawing K-1 It Consist of Administrative block, Academic block, Workshop, Play Ground, Boys hostel, Girls hostel, Canteen and staff Quarters etc. The campus will come up phase wise. During 2007-08 following construction will be made as per details given in para 5.2.5 & 5.2.6 1. 2. 3. Labs Academic Block Administrative Block 2145 Sq m 1614 Sq m 1072 Sq m

9.3 Design Concept
Initially each block will be of three stories consisting of , ground, 1st floor, IInd Floor. Workshop will be constructed at ground level and will have provision of 1st floor only. The administrative block is to provide all administrative services at ground floor and other floors will be used for library, Computer and Drawing hall facilities. Each floor of Academic block will be dedicated to each discipline. The College campus will be developed with appropriate landscaping and circulation area.

9.4 Buildings and Facilities in the campus
* Administrative Block: Ground Floor Director, Principal & Administration Block 1st Floor Main Office 2nd Floor Boys and Girls Common Room, Kitchen The details are given in drawings no R1, R2 and R3. (Annexure-) * Academic Block: During 2008-09, one academic Block will be constructed which consist of Ground Floor Electrical & Electronics / Material Sc. Testing Lab, Class Room (1), Tutorial Room, HOD/Staff Office etc. Physics lab, Class Room (1) Tutorial Room, HOD/ Staff office etc. Chemistry Lab, Mechanics Lab, Class Room (1) Tutorial Room, HOD/ Staff office etc. Total area 652 SQ M

1st Floor 2nd Floor

Total area 652 Sq M Total area 652 Qu M

The details are given with drawing no 07, 08, 09 (annexure-) Other Blocks will be constructed phase wise.

*

Workshop:

The workshop will be constructed during 2008-09 with the area of 900 Sq M along with Store, Staff room and Toilet facilities etc. The details are shown in drawing no 01 (annexure- )

*

Other Facilities:

All essential facilities like electrical supply, water supply, sewage plant, Air conditioning for certain areas, captive power & Telephone lines will be arranged during 2008-09. One deep true well in the campus has already been built.

9.5 External Services
1. of 4 2. 3. 4. Bank: KHAMBHAT has many national and Local Banks situated in periphery Km. most of the Banks having ATM facility. Post office: post office is situated with in half km from the HEC Campus. Cable TV: Facility is available with in campus. Telephone facility: The institution area is well covered by BSNL and other mobile services like Reliance, Airtel, Hutch, Idea, Tata Indicom etc,

5.

Public Transport: Well connected with bus services from all over GUJRAT and Delhi, M.P , Haryana, J&K, Gujarat etc. Train service is also available

9.6 Construction Systems and material
The institute building will be made of RCC framed structure with all safety majors laid down by the architect. All the material like steel, cement, i, bricks etc will be of best standard.

9.7 Landscape Proposed
The proposed building is beautifully landscaped all around to match its surroundings, keeping in view creating healthy climate for students. Semi covered walkway will be provided for students. The campus will have internal roads and good lighting arrangement.

Chapter X
Requirement of Staff, Space & Equipment and Their Cost
* * * * * * * Introduction Faculty Requirements Non-Teaching Staff Requirements. Building Requirements: Area and Costs Estimated cost of Equipment Phase-wise Financial Requirements Strategies for Financial Mobilization

Chapter X

Requirement of Staff, Space & Equipment and their Cost
10.1 INTRODUCTION
The institute will select highly qualified faculties. Senior Scientists/ academicians from national institutes will be associated with the institute. Wellequipped labs will be established. Minor and major projects will get sponsored from outside organizations/ industries. Institute would have all possible facilities for the benefits of students and staff; Pooja Seva Shiksha Samiti is capable to finance the required funds to the proposed institute.

10.2 Faculty requirements.
* * Technical Staff Subordinate Staff : : As per AICTE Norms As per requirement.

Details are given in para 6.6 chapter6. Cost : It depends on salaries (which will be given as per AICTE Norms)

10.4 Building Requirements : Area and Costs
a) b) Details of requirement for 1st year for Labs and Classrooms & Other space are given in para 5.2.5 & 5.2.6 of Chapter 5. Phase wise construction will be done

10.5 Estimated cost of Equipments
For the Development of the various Laboratories For BE 1st Year, Trust has worked out the fund requirement for Lab equipments, Library books and consumable items etc. The approximate cost details are as followsEquipments in Lab Computer Lab Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Mechanics Lab Electrical & Electronics Lab/ Material Testing Lab Mechanical Workshop Total Cost (Amount in Lacs) 30.00 08.00 06.00 06.00 10.00 15.00 75.00

10.6 Phase wise financial requirement
The above required includes * * * * * * * . Building Equipments Books Furniture Salary Establishment Miscellaneous expenses etc

10.7 Strategies of financial mobilization
* * * State Government under PPP Scheme will provide Land During 2008-09, total funds will be provided by the society. From 2009-10 onwards, required amount will be met from fees and deficit budget will be provided by the trust.

Trust having sound financial position will provide required funds as and when required

Chapter XI
Action Plan for Implementation

* * * *

Activity Chart Constraints Financial Outlay Strategy for Implementaion

Chapter XI

Action plan for Implementation
11.1 Activity Chart
* Submission of Application and detail Project Report (DPR) Trust will submit duly filled application and DPR in the prescribed format and on given date to AICTE head office Delhi, with the copies to - Regional Office, AICTE Chandigarh - State government for NOC. - GUJRAT Technical University , Kota for affiliation * Appointment of Director of the proposed Institute- SEC Principal Jasoda Devi Engineering Collegehas been identified as Director of proposed institute and will join the Institute in due course of time. * Water Supply and Power connection One tube well has been dug and plenty of water is available for the construction and other related works. One more tube well will be dug by the end of 2008 for hostels and staff Quarters. Power connection from the RSEB is expected by February 2008 for which necessary formalities have already been completed and fees have been deposited. Provisions have been made for captive power for essential requirements. * Land and Building Government of GUJRAT under PPP Scheme of 10 Acres in KHAMBHAT District will provide Land. Construction work of required building for 1st year will be started after allotment of Land. Construction for next five years will take place in phased manner as per AICTE norms. Provisions for partial Air conditioning for limited areas have also been planned. * Furniture for the labs/ building Furniture required for labs, classrooms and administrative blocks will be designed and suppliers will be identified by Jan 08. Required furniture will be purchased by Feb. 08. * Purchase of Equipments Equipments will be purchased to establish the first year labs and workshops before expert committee visit. All the purchase procedure will be completed and suppliers will be identified by Jan 08. * Purchase of books Books required for 1st Year will be selected and publishers will be identified by Jan 08 and purchasing will be completed before the visit of Experts etc.

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