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PART II Department / Program Summary (Criteria IV to X)

D.0.1 Name and address of the Department: Department of Computer Science and Engineering Medi-Caps Institute of Technology and Management A.B. Road, Pigdamber, Rau, Indore- 453 331 D.0.2 Name, designation, telephone numbers and e-mail id of the contact person for NBA: Dr S. K. Somani, Director 0731- 4259545, 4259500; 09981108405 info@medicaps-institute.ac.in; sksomani123@yahoo.com D.0.3 History of the Department (including dates of introduction and no. of seats of various programmes of study, which are run by the department along with NBA accreditation: Programme of Study UG Program: Computer Science & Engg. PG Program: Computer Science & Engg. Description Started with __ seats in _____ Started with __ seats in _____

D.0.4 List of names of the Programmes / Departments which share human resources and / or the facilities of this Department / Programmes Information Technology D.0.5 Total Number of Students : 540 ; Boys : 337 ; Girls : 203 Year I II III IV Total 125 154 137 124 Boys 83 89 81 84 Girls 42 65 56 40

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D.0.6 Total Number of Employee : Total : 25 Male : 14 Female : 11

D.0.7 Minimum and Maximum number of faculty and staff on roll during the current and previous two academic years (1st July to 30th June) in the Department: CAY (2011-12) Min Max Teaching faculty in the Department Teaching faculty with the Programme Non-teaching staff CAYm1 (2010-11) Min Max CAYm2 (2009-10) Min Max

D.0.8 Summary of budget for the CFY and the actual expenditures incurred in the CFYm1 and CFYm2 (exclusively for this Programme in the Department)
Items Budgeted in CFY Actual expenses in CFY (till November, 2011) 2011-12 20,00,00 17,23,562 0 2,50,000 15,112 75,000 25,728 75,000 1,00,000 75,000 25,75,00 0 25,728 7,072 6,578 18,03,790 Budgeted in CFY m1 Actual Expenses in CFYm1 Budgeted in CFYm2 Actual Expenses in CFYm2

Laboratory Equipments SW Purchase Laboratory consumables Maintenance and spares Travel Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities Total

2010-11 17,50,000 14,04,285 12,50,000 4,50,000 4,50,000 2,00,000 1,00,000 42,00,000 11,99,331 3,50,662 3,50,662 1,56,565 35,489 34,96,994

2009-10 13,50,000 7,45,768 150,000 5,00,000 5,00,000 2,50,000 50,000 28,00,000 89,808 4,25,636 4,25,636 1,87,764 36,892 19,11,504

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Criterion IV Students Performance in the Programme (75) Admission Intake in the Programme Item Sanctioned Intake Strength in the program (N) Number of total admitted students in first year minus, Number of students migrated to other programmes at the end of 1st year (N1) Number of laterally admitted students in 2nd year in the same batch (N2) Number of total admitted students in the program (N1 + N2) IV-P.1 Success Rate (20) Provide data for the past 7 batches of students (Successfully completed implies Zero Backlogs) Year of Entry (in reverse chronological order) 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 # of Students Admitted in 1st year + Admitted laterally in 2nd year (N1+N2) 125 133+20+4 121+12+5 114+18 121+11+1(CG ) 114+7+1 60+6+1 60+6+1 # of Students successfully completed 1st year # of Students successfully completed 2nd year # of Students successfully completed 3rd year # of Students successfully earned their degree in just 4 years 114+2+1 113+6+1 54+3+1 56+6+1
CAY (201112) CAYm1 (201011) CAYm2 (200910) CAYm3 (20089)

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133 128 20 148

121 116 12 128

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94+0+4 74+0+4 76+2 104+0+1 98+6+0 55+1+0 54+0+1

64+1+2 84+3 105+0+1 106+5+1 50+0+0 52+3+1

82+6 104+3+1 102+6+1 51+1+1 52+4+1

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= (No. of students who cleared the program in the minimum period of course duration) / (No. of students admitted in the first year of that batch and locally admitted in second year) LYG (2010-11) 121+11+1 115+6+1 0.91 LYGm1 (2009-10) 114+7+1 113+6+0 0.975 LYGm2 (2008-09) 60+6+1 57+6+1 0.955

Items No. of students admitted in the corresponding First Year No. of students who have graduated in 4 years Success Index (SI)

Av. SI = 0.946 Success Rate = 20 * Av. SI = 18.934 IV-P.2 Academic Performance (20) Academic Performance Where API = 2 * API = Academic Performance Index = Mean of Cumulative Grade Point Average of all the Students on a 10 point CGPA System OR = Mean of the percentage of marks of all students / 10
LYGm1 (2009-10) 5 84 32 0 121 LYGm2 (2008-09) 3 40 13 1 57

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LYG (2010-11) Approximating the API by the following mid-point analysis # of students in 10.0 <= CGPA < 9.0 # of students in 9.0 <= CGPA < 8.0 2 # of students in 8.0 <= CGPA < 7.0 68 # of students in 7.0 <= CGPA < 6.0 50 # of students in 6.0 <= CGPA < 5.0 5 Total 125 Approximating API by Mid-CGPA Exact mean of CGPA/Percentage of all the students (API)
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Av.API = Academic Performance = 2x Av.API = IV-P.3 Placement and Higher Studies (20) Assessment Points = 20 * (X + 1.25 * Y) / N Where X = No. of students placed, Y = No. of students admitted for higher studies with valid scores/ranks, N = Total No. of students who were admitted in the batch Subject to Max. Assessment Points = 20
Items # Admitted students corresponding to LYG including lateral entry (N) # of students who obtained jobs as per the record of placement office (XI) # of students who found employment otherwise at the end of the final year (X2) X = X1 + X2 Number of students who went for higher studies with valid qualifying scores/ranks (Y) Assessment Points LYG (2010-11) 133 125 0 125 15 20 LYGm1 (2009-10) 122 116 0 116 19 20 LYGm2 (2008-09) 67 64 0 64 0 19.10

Av. Assessment Points = 20 IV-P.4 Professional Activities (15) IV-P.4.1 Professional societies / chapters and organizing engineering events (3) Member of IETE with active Student Branch Member of CSI with active Student Branch Member of IEEE Student Branch Member of ISTE with active Student Branch Started in year 2009 Started in year 2008 Started in year 2006 Started in year 2006

Activities from Computer Society of India (CSI) S. N. 1 2 3 4 5 Event/Type Expert Talk by Mr. V. Chhajlani Nexus Competition Nexus-Robotic Workshop Motivational Talk by CSI By Rajvaidya - Did IT make the impact we think it did on our lives Duration March 16, 2011 September 26, 2010 August 21-22, 2010 April 21, 2010 March 10, 2010

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- Current Advance in IT Industry - Position of IT in Indian Industry A workshop on DotNet Framework for third year students A Motivational Seminar on Can I to I Can by Mr. Ashok Sethia, The CEO of Celebral Heights and Edge Makers, Indore A Common Quest Robotics event organized under Nexus Techfest of IIT Mumbai Workshop on Robotics in Micro Communication organized under Techfest of IIT Bombay

May 4, 2010 April 21, 2010 October 4-5, 2009 August 22-23, 2009

Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) S. N. Event/Type 1. A guest Lecture on Importance of Engineering by Mr. Atul N. Bharat, Training and Placement Officer of IPS Academy, Indore 2. Guest Lecture on Career Opportunities after Graduation by Mr. Vinay Chajjlani, The CEO Naidunia Press and Suvi Tech Solutions, Indore 3. An Inter Branch Technical Quiz organized for the First Year Engineering Students 4. An Inter Branch Paper Presentation Competition for the Third Year and Final Year Engineering Students 5. A Workshop for Third Year and Final Year Students on the subject Advanced PCB Designing Techniques & Study of Embedded Systems by Mr. Siddharth Dev, The CEO and MD of Technido Solutions, Indore 6. An Inter Branch Debate Competition for the Second Year Students 7. Publication of Newsletters by Students Mymo

Duration April 18, 2008 April 25, 2008 One Day One Day 15 Days

One Day Annual Publication

IV-P.4.2 Organization of paper contests, design contests etc. and their achievements (3) S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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Event/Type Workshop on Robotics in Micro Communication organized under Techfest of IIT Bombay A Common Quest Robotics event organized under Nexus Techfest of IIT Mumbai A Motivational Seminar on Can I to I Can by Mr. Ashok Sethia, The CEO of Celebral Heights and Edge Makers, Indore A workshop on DotNet Framework for third year students By Rajvaidya

Duration August 22-23, 2009 October 4-5, 2009 April 21, 2010 May 4, 2010 March 10, 2010

Sponsor / Organizer CSI CSI CSI CSI CSI

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Did IT make the impact we think it did on our lives - Current Advance in IT Industry - Position of IT in Indian Industry A guest Lecture on Importance of Engineering by Mr. Atul N. Bharat, Training and Placement Officer of IPS Academy, Indore Guest Lecture on Career Opportunities after Graduation by Mr. Vinay Chajjlani, The CEO Naidunia Press and Suvi Tech Solutions, Indore

ISTE ISTE

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11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

An Inter Branch Technical Quiz organized for the First Year Engineering Students An Inter Branch Paper Presentation Competition for the Third Year and Final Year Engineering Students A Workshop for Third Year and Final Year Students on the subject Advanced PCB Designing Techniques & Study of Embedded Systems by Mr. Siddharth Dev, The CEO and MD of Technido Solutions, Indore An Inter Branch Debate Competition for the Second Year Students Publication of Newsletters by Students Mymo Motivational Talk by CSI Nexus-Robotic Workshop Nexus Competition Expert Talk by Mr. V. Chhajlani, Chief Editor, NaiDunia

ISTE ISTE ISTE

ISTE ISTE CSI IIT, Mumbai and CSI CSI / IIT-M CSI

April 21, 2010 August 21-22, 2010 September 26 , 2010 March 16, 2011

IV-P.4.3 Publication of technical magazines, newsletters etc. (3)


S.N. 1. Technical Magazine/ News Letter Innovate 11-12 Editors Afnan Pathan Aditi Jain Sajan Khandelwal Neha Bagga Afnan Pathan Aditi Jain Sajan Khandelwal Neha Bagga Chinmay Daga, Diksha Dawani, Harshit Sanghvi, Ayush Agrawal Moli Singhal Risheek Raizada Sourabh Ranka Parul Gupta Publisher College

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Innovate 10-11

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Medi-Caps Flashes 10-11 Abhivyakti Expression 2011-12

College College

IV-P.4.4 Entrepreneurship initiatives, product designs, innovations (3)


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Specify the efforts and achievements Entrepreneurship initiatives (Institute Level): Membership/Association with 1. National science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB) 2. Madhya Pradesh Consultancy Organization (MPCon) 3. National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) 4. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Indore 5. Entrepreneurship development Institute of India, Ahmedabad. (EDI) IV-P.4.5 Publications and awards in inter institute events by students of the program of study (3) 2011-12 S. N. 1 2 Name of Events & Organizing Institute Phoenix, Quizzotica, IET, DAVV, Indore Microsoft Dreamspark Yatra, IET, DAVV, Indore Date Name of Student February 18-19, Pooja Laleja 2011 March 6 2011 Jayesh Kansal Anisha Lunawat Harshita Sahu Himanshu Sharma Ankit Rayte Rohit Jaiswal Avinash Pipliya Dheeraj Jetha Harshita Solanki Megha Agrawal Kinshuk Agrawal Insia Manasawala Arpit Kothari Arshee Sheikh Arpita Sharma Akansha Rawatkar Ankita Likhar Ariha Sugandhi Yashi Chouhan Sunil Jaiswal Urvashi Tomar Pooja Laleja Kamiksha Dhameja Lokesh N. Nikita Maheshwari Ayushi Khare Krati Jadhava Nikita Garg Ashuki Jain Neetika Jounwal Page 9 of 68

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C++ Coding held at Bluechip, Global, Indore & Moonstone, MITM, Indore

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First Position in Gang Wars Euphonus at GGITS, Jabalpur Participation in Baja Orientation Workshop held by SAE & SGSITS Collegiate Club, Indore Participated in MY FM Indore Part in creation of National Record NEXUS World Challenge by IIT Bombay Techfest Robotics Competition, Nexus World Challenge by IIT Bombay at MITM, Indore First Position in ROCK-ON Techfest TAARUNYAM-11, SVCE, Indore Seminar on Hacking held at IPS, Indore

16-18, Jayesh Kansal Meenal Dugar Ankit Rayate Arshee Sheikh Pooja Laleja Swati Premchandani Surbhi Sharma Akshat Patni Khushboo Jain Anukrati Bhandari Yashi Chouhan March 30 - Preyal Deep Arora April 1, 2011 April 09-10, Pragati Dhamdhere 2011 June 21, 2011 October 2011 October 2011 Abhishek Kushwah 02, Sonia Nahar Asim Khan 02, Sonia Nahar Raunak Jain Asim Khan Akshat Patni Yashi Chouhan 10, Abhishek Kushwah

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October 2011 October 12, Mohit Gupta 2011 Certified Ethical Hacking Expert November 02-03, Dheeraj Jetha Techfest, IIT Bombay, Level I 2011 Prachi Pathak Swati Premchandani Urvashi Tomar CEHE Ethical Hacking Level I November 02-03, Swati Premchandani 2011 Surbhi Sharma Urvashi Tomar Tapan Patel Uttara Agrawal Nikita Maheshwari Shikha Wanvat Workshop on Ethical Hacking November 2-4, Dheeraj Jetha HACKTRACK by IIT Bombay, Level II 2011 Prachi Pathak held at MITM, Indore Pragati Dhamdhere Raunak Jain Asim Khan Akshat Patni Any alteration in the contents will make the document liable to be cancelled Page 10 of 68

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CSI Quiz, MITM, Indore Robo-Swim, CITM, Indore Antakshri, Moonstone, MITM, Indore Organized HACK TRACK Hacking & Information Security Workshop in association with IIT Bombay & Techdefense Ltd. Nexus 2011 in association with IIT, Bombay Techfest C++ Coding, Indore

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Surbhi Sharma Tapan Patel Swati Premchandani Urvashi Tomar Shikha Wanvat Krishna Nevtiya Krishna Nevtiya Megha Agrawal Afnan Pathan

2011 2011

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Moonstone Idol, MITM, Indore Sunny Vaghelas Ethical Hacking Workshop

2011 2011

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First Position in Techno Kumbh, MITS, Ujjain Inquizitive I, MITM, Indore

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Bluechip, Indore Moonstone First & Second Year Organizer Workshop on Aero-Modelling YAN 2012 by SAE, India, Indore Division at SGSITS, Indore Abigyan National level Paper Presentation, Prestige College, Indore Participation in National Level Paper Presentation at Prestige, Indore Microsoft Dreamspark Yatra, IET, DAVV, Indore Microsoft Dreamspark Yatra, IET, DAVV, Indore Product Launch in Moonstone, MITM, Indore, 2nd Position NERD-HERD, Indore

2011, 2012

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March 4, 2012 March 17, 2012 March 17, 2012 March 18, 2012

Prachi Lunkad Pragati Dhamdhere Parnika Pancholi Raunak Jain Pragati Dhamdhere Akansha Bharti Aditi Jain Ishita Manglani Swati Premchandani Surbhi Sharma Jayesh Kansal Mohit Gupta Nitin Gangwal Chandan Jagwani Surbhi Sethi

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March 18, 2012 March 2012 March 2012

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Moonstone, Face Painting, Art & Craft Exhibition Coordinator Second Position in DESERT DUO Duet Dance Competition of Moonstone, MITM, Indore Participation in C++ Coding, Bluffmaster of Moonstone, MITM, Indore First Position in Crack the Code C++ Programming of Moonstone at MITM, Indore

March 2012 March 2012 March 2012 March 2012

21-24, Akansha Jain Ankur Paranjape 21-24, Jayesh Kansal Anisha Lunawat Meenal Dugar Mayank Deshpande Ankit Rayate Krishna Nevtiya Kuldeep Patidar Insia Manasawala Arshee Sheikh Arpita Surana Pooja Laleja Vidyasagar Mishra Sourabh Ranka 21-24, Uttara Agrawal Pooja Laleja 21-24, Srushti Ekbote 21-24, Surbhi Sethi Vidyasagar Mishra Sourabh Ranka Pawan Verma 21-24, Sourabh Ranka

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First Position in PUMP it PUMP, Moonstone, MITM, Indore E-Gamerz at Moonstone, 2012, MITM, Indore

March 2012 March 2012

21-24, Priyanka Barua

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Participation in Paper Presentation & Anchoring of Moonstone, MITM, Indore International Conference on Recent Trends in Computing Technology & Academia, JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Project Presentation on Cloud over Cloud Computing, International Conference on Recent Trends of Computer Technology in Academia, Udaipur C++ Crack the Code, MITM, Indore DHUNDO-HOLIC, MITM, Indore

21-24, Nikita Garg Krati Jadhav Ashuki Jain Ayushi Kukreja Aditi Gaglani Pragati Dhamdhere March 21-24, Urvashi Tomar 2012 Sonia Nahar April 21, 2012 Akansha Bharti Aditi Jain April 21, 2012 Afnan Pathan

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Nexus Coordinator in Techfest, IIT, Bombay Paper Presentation, MITM, Indore Envisage-2012, C Coding by Yeshwant Kanetkar, Indore Electropedia Quiz Participated at Techfest, IIT, Bombay Hindi Debate Competion, Ambedkar Nagar, Mhow, 2nd Position Singing SALE MONDARS, Indore Cricket, Indore SPREE by BITS, Pilani at Goa Interview Electronica, Moonstone, MITM, Indore

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NSS Camp, University Level at Jhabua

Inderjeet Kaur Munde Garima Khandekar Ishveen Bindra

2009-10 S. N. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Events & Organizing Institute Runner Up in ROBO Race at SIMS, Indore Participated in ROBOSPRINT at SVCE, Indore Second Position at RGPV, Bhopal State Level Atheletic Meet Participation in VIJAY HI VIJAY Abhiyan at Dhar Best Design Award for RoboWar at Vigour, MITM, Indore First Position in Cricket, Rangoli, Badminton held at Dhar Participated at Techfest, IIT Bombay Participated in OASIS 2010 at BITS, Pilani Participated in OASIS 2010 at BITS, Pilani Participation in P2(NFS) Round Three at Sanghvi Engg College, Indore Participation in Debate at Indore Participation in Microsoft DreamSpark at IET, DAVV, Indore Second Runner Up at IIT, Kharagpur in American Society of Mechanical Engineers-Student Design Competition Particpated in ROBOSOCCER at Acropolis, Indore Participtaed in ROBO Race RoboSoccer, RoboWar, RoboSwim at CITM, Indore Second Runner Up at Campus Ambassadors meet by Freshersworld.com, Goa First Position in C & C++ Programming held by Global Computer Education, Indore Third Position in Group Dance in Vigour 09 at MITM, Indore Date 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009, 2010 2009, 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 Name of Student Afnan Pathan Afnan Pathan Anisha Sogani Vedika Naramdeo Afnan Pathan Vedika Naramdeo Afnan Pathan Anisha Sogani Namrata Bhikchandani Himanshu Sharma Ajay Saini Insia Manasawala Arpit Kothari Afnan Pathan Afnan Pathan Afnan Pathan Afnan Pathan Swati Premchandani Yashi Upadhyay

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Participation in IDEC, Indore User Group by Microsoft DevCon held in Indore National Level Dance Competition at BITS, Pilani Organized NEXUS World Challenge by IIT, Bombay held at MITM, Indore Inquizitive I, MITM, Indore

April 2010

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Second Position in Vigya Fun Annual Techfest TAARUNYAM-10, SVGI, Indore First Position in NINAAD, SVGI, Indore Workshop on Ethical Hacking Level I by Suuny Vaghela at MITM, Indore Seminar Aadhar on Ethical Hacking & Security by Ankit Fadia

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Participation in Blackberry OASIS, BITS Pilani National Conference ETCC

18, Surbhi Sharma Tapan Patel Swati Premchandani Urvashi Tomar Shikha Wanvat September Mohit Chandwala 09, 2010 September Afnan Pathan 26, 2010 Yashi Chouhan October 7, Pragati Dhamdhere 2010 Prachi Pathak Raunak Jain Shikha Wanvat October 08, Abhishek Kushwah 2010 October 10, Abhishek Kushwah 2010 October Anshul Vyas 11-12, 2010 Ayushi Khare Pragati Dhamdhere October 16, Yashi Chouhan 2010 Tapan Patel Uttara Agrawal Priyanka Chouhan Surbhi Sharma Shikha Wanvat Swati Premchandani Chandan Jagwani Ankita Jindal Ankita Karma Nupur Koli Ayushi Kukreja Harsh Bhandari Kamiksha Dhameja Pragati Dhamdhere October Priyanka Barua 22-26, 2010 Yashi Upadhyay Srushti Ekbote November Yashi Chouhan 19-20, 2010

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Criterion V Faculty (150) List of Department Faculty: Exclusively for the Program / Shared with other Programs
Name of the Faculty Qualificat Designatio ion n and Date Universi of Joining ty and the year of Institution graduati on Ph. D from IITB Ph. D from IITD M.S. from Chicago , USA M. E from RGPV M.Tech from RGPV M.E from RGPV M.Tech from RGPV M.E Pursuin g from DAVV M.E Pursuin g from DAVV Shared, 14.2.2001 Professor, 2-5-2011 Associate Professor, 15.09.201 0 Sr. Assistant Professor, 18.07.200 5 Assistant Professor, 02.02.201 0 Assistant Professor 15.11.201 1 Assistant Professor, 12.01.201 2 Assistant Professor 14.07.200 8 Assistant Professor 14.07.200 8 Distribution of teaching load (%) Number of research publication s in journals and conferences since joining 2 IPRs R & D Holding Interand an action Consul- incubawith tancy tion outside work unit world with amount

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Ms. Reena Paneri Ms. Archana Pandey Ms. Kalyani Sharma Ms. Tunisha Saxena Mr. Shyam Patel Ms. Swati Tahiliani Ms. Supriya Kulkarni

BE from RGPV BE from RGPV M.E Pursuin g from RGPV M.E Pursuin g from RGPV BE from RGPV M.E Pursuin g from RGPV BE from VTU BE from RGPV BE from RGPV M.E Pursuin g from RGPV

Assistant Professor, 05.02.201 0 Assistant Professor, 08.02.201 0 Teaching Assistant, Teaching Assistant, 21.02.201 1 Assistant Professor, 22.03.201 1 Teaching Assistant, 15.04.201 1 Assistant Professor, 16.08.201 1 Assistant Professor, 16.08.201 1 Assistant Professor, 12.01.201 2 Teaching Assistant, 06.02.201 2

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V-P.1 Student Teacher Ratio (STR)(20) V-P.1 Student Teacher Ratio (STR) (20) : STR is desired to be 15 or superior Assessment = 20 * 15 * 0.8 / STR ;subject to Max. Assessment of 20. Where STR = Student Teacher Ratio = (x + y + z) / N1 Where x = Number of students in 2nd year of the program y = Number of students in 3rd year of the program
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z N1

= Number of students in 4th year of the program = Total Number Faculty Members in the program (by considering fractional load) x y z x+y+z N1 STR Assessment (Max. is 20)

Year CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY

Av. Assessment For Item Nos. V-P.2 to V-P.8, the denominator term (N) is computed as follows:-N = Maximum {N1, N2}, where N1 = Total Number of Faculty Members in the program (considering the fractional load), N2 = Number of Faculty positions needed for Student Teacher Ratio (STR) of 15. Year CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY V-P.2 Faculty Cadre ratio (20) Assessment = Where CRI = = 20 * CRI Cadre Ratio Index 2.25 (2x + y) / N N1 N2 N = Max. (N1,N2)

Subject to Max. CRI = 1.0; Where x = No. of professors in the program Y = No. of associate professors / readers in the program N = Total No. Faculty Members in the program Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 x Y N CRI Assessment

Av. Assessment V-P.3 Faculty Qualifications (30)


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Assessment = 3 * FQI Where FQI = Faculty Qualification Index = (10 * x + 6 * y + 4 * z) / N Where x = No. of Faculty Members with Ph. D in Engineering y = No. of Faculty Members with M.E. / M. Tech z = No. of Faculty Members with B.E. / B. Tech N = Total No. Faculty Member Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 X Y Z N FQI Assessment

Av. Assessment V-P.4 Faculty Retention (20) Assessment Where RPI = 4 * RPI / N = Retention Point Index = Points assigned to all Faculty Where Points assigned to a faculty = 1 point for each year of experience at the Institute but not exceeding 5. N = Total No. of Faculty Members Item Number of faculty with less than 1y (x0) Number of faculty with 1y <= period < 2y (x1) Number of faculty with 2y <= period < 3y (x2) Number of faculty with 3y <= period < 4y (x3) Number of faculty with 4y <= period < 5y (x4) Number of faculty with more than 5y (x5) N RPI = x1 + 2x2 + 3x3 + 4x4 + 5x5 Assessment V-P.5 Research publications and IPR (20) Assessment of FRP = 4 * Sum of the research Papers Publications scored by each Faculty member DIVIDED BY (N) Name of faculty (contributing to FIPR) Dr Shamsher Singh FRP Points (Max. 5 per faculty) 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2 Page 19 of 68 2009-10 2010-11 CAY 2011-12

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Sum N (Number of Faculty positions required for an STR of 15.) Assessment FRP = 4x Sum/N

Av. Assessment V-P.6 Faculty Intellectual Property Rights (10) Assessment of FIPR = 2 * Sum of the FIPR points scored by each Faculty member DIVIDED BY (N) Name of faculty (contributing to FIPR) .. Sum N Assessment FIPR = 2x Sum/N 0 0 Av. Assessment 0 0 FIPR Points (Max. 5 per faculty) CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY NIL

V-P.7 Externally funded R & D Projects and Consultancy Work (20) Assessment of R&D and Consultancy Projects = 4 * Sum of FPPC by each faculty DIVIDED BY (N) Name of faculty FPPC Points (contributing to FPPC) CAYm2 ... ..... ...... Sum N Assessment FPPC = 0 4 x Sum/N V-P.8 Faculty Interactions with Outside World (10) Assessment = 2 * Sum of FIP by each faculty DIVIDED BY (N) Point to be awarded, are for those activities, which result in joint efforts in publication of books/research paper, pursuing externally funded R & D/consultancy projects and/or development of semester-long course/teaching modules.
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Name of faculty (contributing to IP) Dr. Shamsher Singh Sum N (Min. N is 3) (excluding Asstt Prof.) Assessment IP = 2 x Sum/N

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Criterion VI Facilities & Technical Support (75) Description of Class rooms, faculty rooms, seminar and conference halls: (Entries in the following table are sampler entries) Room Description 201 202 203 205 206 207 108 208 305 301 302 303 306 307 308 Faculty rooms (6) Usage Class room for BE 2nd year CS A Class room for BE 2nd year CS B Class room for BE 3rd year CS A Class room for BE 3rd year CS B Class room for BE 4th year CS A Class room for BE 4th year CS B Class room for BE 1st year CS A Class room for BE 1st year CS B Meeting Room Seminar Room Departmental Library Class Room for PG CS 1st Year Class Room for PG CS 2nd Year Network Lab Tutorial rooms Tutorial rooms Project Lab Departmental Office & Faculty Cabins Shared / Exclusive ? Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Shared Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Shared Rooms Equipped with Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, White Board, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board, White Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board Multimedia Projector, Green Board PC, Internet, Cupboard, Necessary Furniture, Soft Page 22 of 68

Capacity 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

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Board 104 A 104 B 104 C 204 A 204 B 204 C H8 304 A 304 B 304 C VI-P.1 Class rooms in the Department (20) VI-P.1.1 Adequate rooms for lectures (core/electives), seminars, tutorials, etc for the program (10) The department has enough classrooms for individual sections, tutorials and seminars. They are equipped with MM, well ventilated and furnished with good quality furniture and boards. VI-P.1.2 Teaching aids black / white-board, multimedia projectors, etc. (5) LCD, OHP, MM enabled classrooms combined boards - black for writing with chalk + white for LCD projection. VI-P.1.3 Acoustics, class room size, conditions of chairs/benches, air circulation, lighting, exits, ambiance, etc. (5) Classrooms are airy, well ventilated with lights and fans sufficient for strength of 60 students. Each classroom is of 80 sqm. size and having 2 exits. VI-P.2 Faculty Rooms in the Department (15) VI-P.2.1 Availability of individual faculty rooms (5) Individual cabins with almiraha, bookshelves, computer system having internet connectivity and telephone are available for the faculty. VI-P.2.2 Room equipped with white / black board, computer, internet, etc. (5) Yes VI-P.2.3 Usage of room for discussion/counseling with students (5)
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The room size is sufficient enough for faculty to share and even call for discussions. Curriculum Lab Description Lab A Lab B Lab C4 Lab C5 Lab C6 Lab C7 Exclusive Space/# use/Shared? Students Exclusive Exclusive Shared Shared Shared Shared 48 50 20 20 20 20 # of experiments As desired in curriculum As desired in curriculum As desired in curriculum As desired in curriculum As desired in curriculum As desired in curriculum Quality of instruments Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Lab manuals Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

VI-P.3 Laboratories in the Department to Meet the Curriculum Requirements as well as the PEOs (25) VI-P.3.1 Adequate well equipped labs to run the entire program specific to curriculum (10) Yes VI-P.3.2 Availability of computing facilities available exclusively in the department (5) Yes VI-P.3.3 Availability of laboratories and students project labs with tech. support within and beyond working hours (5) Yes VI-P.3.4 Equipments to run experiments and their maintenance, Number of students per experimental set up, Size of the laboratories, overall ambience etc. (5) Yes VI-P.4 Technical Manpower Support in the Department (15) Name of the Tech Staff Kamal
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Patidar Rajendra Gangrade Pankaj Patidar

Technician Lab Technician Lab Technician

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Management, Hardware Maintenance Lab Management, Hardware Maintenance Lab Management, Hardware Maintenance Lab Management, Other Institutional Work

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Criterion VII Continuous Improvements (75) VII-P.1 Improvement in Success Index of Students (10) From IV-P.1 Items Success Index 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Aggregate

VII-P.2 Improvement in Academic Performance Index of Students (10) From IV-P.2 Items API VII-P.3 Improvement in Student Teacher Ratio (10) From V-P.1 Items STR VII-P.4 Enhancement of Faculty Qualifications Index (10) From V-P.3 Items FQI VII-P.5 Improvement in Faculty Research Publications, R & D work and Consultancy WORK (10) From V-P.5 and V-P.7 Items FRP FPPC VII-P.6 Continuing Education (10) Page 26 of 68 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 Aggregate 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 Aggregate CAY CAY-1 CAY-2 Aggregate 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Aggregate

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Specify the contributory efforts made by the faculty by developing the course/lab modules and conducting short-term courses/workshops etc. for continuing education : Module Description Any other Developed / Duration contributory organized by Inst./Industry Resource Target Usages Persons Audience and citation etc.

VII-P.7 New Facility Created (10) Specify the new facilities created to strengthening the curriculum and/or to meet the PEOs: Module Description In 2008-09 In 2009-10 .. In 2010-11 In 2011-12 Any other Developed contributory by Inst./Industry Duration of Resources Development consumed Target Usages Audience and citation etc. Students Faculty Students Faculty Annexure

MSDN Academic Alliance IBM CoE Oracle Work force Developmen t Programme

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Oriented Technology CS-404 Analysis & Design of Algorithm CS-405 Analog & Digital Communication CS-406 Computer Programming IV (.Net Technologies) CS-407 Self study (Internal Assessment) CS-408 Seminar / Group Discussion (Internal Assessment) CS601 Micro Processor and Interfacing CS602 PPL CS603 Software Engineering & Project managements CS604 Computer Networking CS605 Advance Computer Architecture(ACA ) CS606 Minor Project I CS607 Self Study CS608 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS801 Neural Networks CS 802 Web Engineering CS803 ATM CS804 Wireless Networking
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Computing CS805 Major Project CS 807 Self Study CS 808 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. In CAY 2010-11 BE-301 Mathematics -II CS-302 Discrete Structures CS-303 Digital Circuit & System CS-304 Electronics Devices & Circuits CS-304 Electronics Devices & Circuits CS-305 Data Structures CS-306 Computer Programming (Java Technologies) CS-307 Self study (Internal Assesment) CS-308 Seminar / Group Discussion (Internal Assessment) BE-401 Mathematics III CS-402 Computer System Organization CS-403 Object Oriented Technology CS-404 Analysis
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& Design of Algorithm CS-405 Analog & Digital Communication CS-406 Computer Programming IV (.Net Technologies) CS-407 Self study (Internal Assessment) CS-408 Seminar / Group Discussion (Internal Assessment) CS-501 Data Communication CS-502 Operating System CS/IT-503 Data Base Management System CS-504 Computer Graphics & Multimedia CS-505 Theory of Computation CS-506 Computer Programming V (Unix/Linux Lab.) CS-507 Self Study CS-508 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS601 Micro Processor and Interfacing CS-602 PPL CS-603 Software Engineering & Project Managements CS-604 Computer Networking
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CS-605 Advance Computer Architecture(ACA ) CS-606 Minor Project I CS-607 Self Study CS-608 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS-701 Compiler Design CS-702 Distributed Systems CS-703 Information Storage and Management CS-704 Industrial Training* (Six Weeks) CS-705 Major Project (Planning & Literature Survey) CS-706 Self Study CS-707 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS-801 Soft Computing CS- 802 Web Engineering CS-803 Major Project CS-804 Self Study CS-805 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. In CAY 2011-12 BE-301 Mathematics -II CS-302 Discrete Structures
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CS-303 Digital Circuit & System CS-304 Electronics Devices & Circuits CS-304 Electronics Devices & Circuits CS-305 Data Structures CS-306 Computer Programming (Java Technologies) CS-307 Self study (Internal Assesment) CS-308 Seminar / Group Discussion (Internal Assessment) BE-401 Mathematics III CS-402 Computer System Organization CS-403 Object Oriented Technology CS-404 Analysis & Design of Algorithm CS-405 Analog & Digital Communication CS-406 Computer Programming IV (.Net Technologies) CS-407 Self study (Internal Assessment) CS-408 Seminar / Group Discussion
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(Internal Assessment) CS-501 Data Communication CS-502 Operating System CS/IT-503 Data Base Management System CS-504 Computer Graphics & Multimedia CS-505 Theory of Computation CS-506 Computer Programming V (Unix/Linux Lab.) CS-507 Self Study CS-508 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS-601 Micro Processor and Interfacing CS-602 PPL CS-603 Software Engineering & Project managements CS-604 Computer Networking CS-605 Advance Computer Architecture(ACA ) CS-606 Minor Project I CS-607 Self Study CS-608 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS-701 Compiler Design CS-702 Distributed
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Systems CS-703 Information Storage and Management CS-704 Industrial Training* (Six Weeks) CS-705 Major Project (Planning & Literature Survey) CS-706 Self Study CS707 Seminar/Group Discussion etc. CS-801 Soft Computing CS-802 Web Engineering CS-803 Major Project CS-804 Self Study CS-805 Seminar/Group Discussion etc.

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Criterion VIII: Curriculum (100) List all the course modules along with their objectives and outcomes (Ref. Part III)

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Units Course

Science / HSS / Professional Core, Elective or Breadth?

Additional PEOs theory/lab/ specified assignmen by Comment ts/ tests Affiliating s needed to Univ. or meet the objectives College? ?

Theo ry

Lab

CS-Sem I BE 201 Engineering Physics 4 2 BE 202 Energy, Environment, 4 2 Ecology & Society BE 203 Basic Mechanical 4 2 Engg. BE 204 Basic Civil Engg. & 4 2 Engg. Mechanics BE 205 Basic Computer Engg. 4 2 BE 206 Language Lab. & 2 Seminars CS-SEM II BE 101 Engineering Chemistry 4 2 BE 102 Engineering 4 Mathematics -I BE 103 Communication Skills 4 2 BE 104 Basic Electricals & Electronics 4 2 Engg. BE 105 Engineering Graphics 4 2 BE 106 Work Shop Practice 2 CS-Sem III BE 301 Mathematics -II 4 0 CS 302 Discrete Structures 4 0 CS 303 Digital Circuit & 4 2 System CS 304 Electronics Devices & 4 2 Circuits CS 305 Data Structures 4 2 CS 306 Computer Programming 0 2 (Java Technologies) CS 307 Self study (Internal 0 2 Assesment) CS-Sem IV BE 401 Mathematics III 4 CS 402 Computer System 4 Organization CS 403 Object Oriented 4 2 Version.3.0 May, Technology 2011 Any alteration in the contents will CS 404 Analysis & Design of 4 2 Algorithm CS 405 Analog & Digital

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ELECTIVE I CS N/W 7101 Management ELECTIVE II CS CS 7201 7201 Network & Web Security ELECTIVE III CS Bioinformatic 8301 s ELECTIVE IV CS Advance 8401 Computing Paradigm

CS 7102

Real Time Fault Tolerant Systems Simulation & Modeling Digital Image Processing Robotics

CS710 3

Embedded Computer System Data Mining & Knowledge Discovery Wireless Networks MANET & High Speed Network

CS720 2 CS830 2 CS840 2

CS720 3 CS830 3 CS840 3

VIII-P.1 Contents of Basic Science, Humanities and Professional Courses Core, Elective and Breadth (30) 1. Basic Sciences
BE-101 Engineering Chemistry BE-103 Communication Skills BE-104 Basic Electricals & Electronics Engg. BE-105 Engineering Graphics BE-106 Work Shop Practice BE-201 Engineering Physics BE-202 Energy, Environment, Ecology & Society BE-203 Basic Mechanical Engg. BE-204 Basic Civil Engg. & Engg. Mechanics BE-205 Basic Computer Engg. BE-206 Language Lab. & Seminars

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CS501 Data Communication CS502 Operating System CS503 Data Base Management System CS504 Computer Graphics and Multimedia CS506 Unix & Shell Programming CS602 Principles of programming languages CS603 Software Engineering & Project managements CS604 Computer Networking CS605 Advance Computer Architecture(ACA) CS701 Compiler Design CS702 Distributed Systems CS703 Information Storage and Management CS801 Soft Computing CS802 Web Engineering CS 7101 N/W Management CS 7201 Network & Web Security CS 8303 Wireless Networks CS 8403 MANET & High Speed Network Self Study GD/Seminar CS 606 Minor Project CS 704 Industrial Training CS 705 Major Project-I CS 803 Major Project-II

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VIII-P.2 Content Delivery (30) The infrastructure for e tutorials is under development stage. VIII-P.3 Laboratory and Project Work (20) S. No 1 2 3 4
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Computer Programming (Java Technologies) Object Oriented Technology Analysis & Design of Algorithm Analog & Digital Communication Computer Programming IV (.Net Technologies) Operating System Data Base Management System Computer Graphics & Multimedia Computer Programming V (Unix/Linux Lab.) Software Engineering & Project Managements Computer Networking Compiler Design Information Storage and Management Soft Computing Web Engineering

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VIII-P.4 Additional Contents to Bridge Curriculum Gaps (20) Assessment must evaluate program specific contents which are added to bridge curriculum gaps across the courses in order to achieve PEOs and the specific course objectives. Science/HSS/ Professional Core, Elective or Breadth? SC HSS PEOs specified by Affiliating Univ. or the College?

Course Engineering Chemistry Mathematics I

Outcomes

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Mathematics II Communication Skills Basic Electricals & Electronics Engg. Engineering Graphics Engineering Physics Energy, Environment, Ecology & Society Basic Mechanical Engg. Basic Civil Engg & Engg. Mechanics Basic Computer Engg. Language Lab. & Seminars Workshop Practice Mathematics III OOT Data Structure Computer Programming(Java Technologies) Self Study Seminar/Group Discussion etc. Computer System Organization Discrete Structures Data Base Management System Analysis & Design of Algorithms Analog & Digital Communication
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Dot.Net Self Study Seminar/Group Discussion etc. Data Communication Computer Networking Operating System PPL Advance Computer Architecture Compiler Design Distributed Systems Unix & Shell Programming Computer Graphics and Multimedia Internet Technology & Network Management Web Engineering N/w Management Network & Web Security Wireless Networks MANET &High Speed Network Major Project I Industrial Training Self Study GD/Seminar Major Project II Self Study
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Criterion IX Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (150)

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Units Course L CS-Sem I BE 201 Engineering Physics BE 202 Energy, Environment, Ecology & Society BE 203 Basic Mechanical Engg. BE 204 Basic Civil Engg. & Engg. Mechanics BE 205 Basic Computer Engg. BE 206 Language Lab. & Seminars CS-SEM II BE 101 Engineering Chemistry BE 102 Engineering Mathematics -I BE 103 Communication Skills BE 104 Basic Electricals & Electronics Engg. BE 105 Engineering Graphics BE 106 Work Shop Practice CS-Sem III BE 301 Mathematics -II CS 302 Discrete Structures CS 303 Digital Circuit & System CS 304 Electronics Devices & Circuits CS 305 Data Structures CS 306 Computer Programming (Java Technologies) CS 307 Self study (Internal Assesment) CS-Sem IV BE 401 Mathematics III CS 402 Computer System Organization CS 403 Object Oriented Technology CS 404 Analysis & Design of Algorithm CS 405 Analog & Digital Communication CS 406 Computer Programming IV (.Net Technologies) CS 407 Self study (Internal Assessment) CS 408 Seminar / Group Discussion (Internal Assessment) CS-Sem Version.3.0 V May, 2011 Any alteration in the CS 501 Data Communication CS 502 Operating System CS/IT 503 P

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List all the course modules along with their PEOs (in Part III): IX-P.1 PEOs Mapping with Curriculum( 30) Assessment is based on the PEOs defined for a course or a set of courses and their mapping with the content delivery and knowledge gain through theory classes, lab experiments, assignments and tests. Program Education Objectives and Outcomes A unique feature of an educational program in Engineering and Technology is that of the live, hands-on laboratory and design experience in order to understand new technologies and to compete in the global market. The Information Technology program is not the exception to this fact. The graduates in Information Technology first have to understand the principles of Computer Science, Electronics Communication and Software Engineering and then to use them for analysis, design and implementation of systems to make the life of man kind comfortable. The teachings of Information Technology involves first to learn the fundamentals of relevant subjects in depth and then to understand the complexities of various subjects such as Analysis of Algorithms and Data Structure, Object Oriented Methods, Database Management Systems, Principal of Data Mining and Data Warehousing, several Programming Languages and Tools etc. The knowledge so acquired is later used to analyze, design and implement solutions to problems not only for quick solutions, but also to the problems which are complex and real time. This has a philanthropic motive to serve the society with technical enhancements that makes lives easy. It is expected that pass out graduates will acquire sufficient knowledge and skills required for the continuation of receiving more and more technical education in order to gather more and more knowledge with a will to have lifelong learning. After acquiring sufficient knowledge in the fundamentals of engineering practices, ability to use analytical techniques, experimental and laboratory skills, design, simulation and software tools for design etc. will make the student a competent IT (Software Engineer). Therefore, the main objective of the courses offered at the undergraduate level is to build sound foundation through fundamentals and then to create strong structures of knowledge in the technical and multi-discipline areas on this foundation. The main objectives of the program can be broadly defined on following counts:
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Preparation: To prepare students for the development and implementation of Information Systems as a solution to complex problems that we encounter during the research of scientific and social problems and to design appropriate systems to handle the real time / on line problems of our daily life. The graduates will be able to develop systems that will be technological enhancements and markedly adaptable to be easily used and applied by all sections of the society.

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Core Competence: To provide fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science, engineering, computer science and electronic communication etc. to enable graduates to apply these fundamentals in Information Technology Systems used by professionals of various disciplines. Further, they should be made well versed with the strength of computer hardware, software, communication and mobile computing technologies, need to be applied to various researches in cotemporary issues and evolutionary subjects concerning IT. Breadth: To train students not only about the fundamentals of scientific and engineering disciplines but also to impart more and more (in breadth) knowledge in these areas, so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create novel products and solutions as required by the IT industry in India and abroad. The knowledge of different disciplines in breadth will enable graduates to develop meaningful softwarebased projects successfully. Further, the broader knowledge of various disciplines will help to understand the effects of Information Technology, and to establish the connections amongst technology, economics, politics, culture, ethics, social structure, environment and other areas. Professionalism: To inculcate among students, the professional and ethical attitude, effective teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context. To provide an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the lifelong learning needed for a successful professional career. Learning Environment: To provide student with practical and laboratory experience so that they may be able to relate theories with their implementations. The Learning and teaching processes should be interactive while applying innovative methods through modern equipments and teaching tools. Higher Studies: To prepare students with strong fundamentals in engineering and excel in postgraduate programs, competitive examination or to succeed in industry / technical professions through global and rigorous education

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VIICommunication Skills: To prepare students for global acceptance and employability through effective communication and verbal skills. IT, being the most in demand with global opportunities requires skills of vocal and written communication to be acceptable in international business. Programme Outcomes (a) Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering and technology to design, implement and evaluate solutions to complex technical and real time problems. (b) They will attain an ability to design programs and conduct practical exercises, analyze hardware and software components and interpret data and algorithms to optimize the solution domain.
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(c)

Graduates will demonstrate an ability to visualize and work on projects and apply it to multidisciplinary tasks as expected by industry with caliber and updated technology.

(d) (e)

Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities while working as a team in the scenario of software development. Communicating effectively both orally and in writing and Working effectively in a team environment; Strong oral and written communication skills with a capacity to produce effective technical documents and to use current communication techniques and tools. (f) Graduate will show the understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society, also will be aware of contemporary issues and succeed in competitive examinations. (g) Graduate will develop research and problem-solving skills to support lifelong learning with a capacity to engage in continuous self-improvement, personal enrichment and professional development. (h) Graduate will able to apply core knowledge of information technology into fields as demanded in various research areas and technological advancement through scientific, gaming, expert systems and real time solutions. Graduate will be able to deal with data with its management, storage, structuring, designing new approach and extracting knowledge to build expert systems with intelligence along with information security issues.

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Course Objectives

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VII

IX-P.2 PEOs Mapping with Content Delivery Theory and Labs (30)

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Course Objectives

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Course with Examinations/Asssignments/Tests

Exa ms

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PEOs I II II I IV V

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IX-P.4 PEOs Mapping with Final Year Projects Include list of five best and average projects each,
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taken each from three years CAY, CAYm1 and CAYm2 along with their contributions CAY-1 2011-12
Name of the Student(s) Project Title State of Art Technology Project Supervisor( s) Contributio n/ Achievement s/ Research Output Matching with the stated PEOs Publicatio n

Aakash Kaul Abhishek Bamoriya Ajay Krishna Bohare Aditi Jain Akansha Bharti Ishita Manglani Ankit Kothana Amey Jain Mayank Joshi Aditya Sharma Afnan Pathan Anuj Khasgiwala Ajay Khichi Jyoti Vijaywargiya Apurva Gadwanshi Apurva Verma Ankita Kacholia Archita Kanoongo Kratika Agrawal Manali Motwani Deepak Kumar Deepak Patidar Bhavik Giri Goswami Chaitanya Pundlik Anish Ratnawat Mrunal Rathod Koustubh Shrivastav Deepak Malviya
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Gesture Communica tion Security Algorithms

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Mr.Rakesh Verma

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Internet Chatting Cloud Computing

Java

Ms.Tunisha Saxena Ms.Swati Kabra

Research

Steagnogra phy

Java

Mr. Rakesh Verma

Web Browser

Java

Ms. Swati Kabra

LAN Monitoring System

Java

Mr. Abhishek Sharma

Optical Charater Recognition System

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Gaurav Ajmera Apurva Shrivastav Ayush Rathi Mayank Rathode Garima Sharma Fatema Dhananjay Sharma Deepam Jain Garima Solanki Ekta Nirapure Gargi Ranade Jagrati Kataraiya Kalyani Sharma Kuntal Desai Hitesh Hasija Ankit Patidar Arun Singh Yadav Manoj Patel Neelesh Shrival Arun Patwa Gaurav Verma Ankit Khatri Mahendra Salve Aditya Pratap Singh Nakul Dani Mohit Jain Ashish Dharwal Eshan Khan Mohit Chandwada Neha Bagga Prachi Agrawal

RMI Application For Security Server Array Backup System

Java

Ms. Swati Kabra

Java

Mr. Dharamen der Mangal

Shadimubar ak.com

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Ms. Tunisha Saxena Ms. Nupoor Maheshwar i Ms. Neelam Dubey

Indian Wildlife

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Engineering Drawing System

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E-Transport System

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Ms.Upma Vyas

Remote Disk Handling Parshad Managemen t System Parallelized Hierarchica l Clustering of

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Ms. Asha Khatri Mr. Abhishek Sharma

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Purvi Agrawal Saloni Ajmera Nitin Verma Nishyant Kumar Gadel Rahul Singh Jamwat Rajendra Bamne Neha Goyal Nitin Agarwal Pinki Hora Priya Gohar Neha Jain Pramila Betav Ruchir Verma Nupur Chhabra Ravi Jatav Ravi Khatri Ravi Limbodiya Pooja Soni Shraddha Patil Santwana Chouhan Rahul Khare Rakesh Mourya Vikas Jaiswal Vivek Singh Solanki Pramitesh Jain Unstructure d data using tree based Online JAVA Compiler A Secure Scheme Audio Stegnograp hy using Public Key Crptosyste m A Security Mechanism for Tracking Hackers Gravity:A Honeypot Stegnograp hy with Image Fusing Computer Device Managemen t System Annant-The Search Engine Implementa tion & Performanc Ms. Kalyani Sharma

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Ms. Pooja Garg

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Ms. Swati Tahiliani

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Mr. Arpit Jain

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Ms. Upma Vyas

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Ms. Neha Bharill Mr. Shyam Patel

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Rahul Sharma

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e Evaluation of Various Emerging Image Stegnigraph y Techniques Vehicle Recognition System Java Ms. Komal Kale

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Mahendra Sharma Nayan Kadam Sourabh Chouksey Devesh Kumar Kushwaha Prashant Rathod Shray Singh Pawar Satendra Singh Rai Prakash Sisodia Barun Kumar Manoj Yadav CAY-2 2010-2011 Name of the Student(s) Ankur Mehta Ishan Bagadiya Jitendra Parihar Mayank Gewani Mitesh Menda Monu Prashant Rai Rahul Agrawal Rohiit Agrawal Sumit Raykhere Omprakash Ravi Vaibhav Santosh Kumar Sumit Chouhan Pawan Kumar Gupta Rahul Gupta Rishi Sharma Sandeep Patidar Vivek Patidar Nishu Nishant Pankaj Singh Piyush Kabra Prateek Joshi
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Identificatio n Managemen t

Neema

Hand Free Computing

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Mr. Rakesh Verma

Online Auction System

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Mr. Pawan Makhija

Project Title

State of Art Technology

Contribution/ Project Achievement Supervisor(s) s/ Research Output Mr. Sunit Joshi

Matching with the stated PEOs

Publicati on

ERP in Educational Institutions

.NET

A new Approach for code optimization Intrushield(I P Based IDS)

.NET

Mr. Dheeraj Rane

Java

Mr. Dheeraj Rane

Advanced PC Controller MobiPocket (E-book Reader)

Java

Mr. Dheeraj Rane

Java

Mr. Dheeraj Rane

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Sourabh Mehta Ankur Agrawal Chaitanya Deshmukh Dhamshree Kekre Mahak Parikh Anant Gangrade Arpit Maheshwari Eeshita Dekhane Kuldeep Agrawal Madhurima Nath Mohan Mudre Nancy Pincha Shrishti Bhargav Taruna Kukreja Varun Jain Yawar Khan Abhimanu Bharti Arpit Gupta Arpit Mishra Ashish Tyagi Gagandeep Chawra Rajesh Patidaar Tushar Soni Vijay Singh Chouhan Vikas Khemke Vivek Gupta
Ashutosh Soni

Stateless Distributable Execution Environment

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Ms. Asha Khatri

Accelerating Product Sales

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Mr. Rudresh Shah

Security in Cloud Computing

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Mr. Dheeraj Rane

DRISHTI

MATLAB

Mr. Sapan Prajapati

MAPTIMUM MAP Based Utility

Java

Mr. Dheeraj Rane

Jyoti Soni Ashish Dhanoliya Lokesh Goud


Amarnath Puniwala

BUG Tracking System

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Mr. Sapan Prajapati

Ayush Garg Akshita Genawat Ankur Kasliwal Ekta Singh Monisha Veerwani Rahul Dube Rohit Chandak Shivam Upadhaya Shubham Kala Neeti Porwal
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Shikha Sharma Shubham Sharma Surbhi Shrivastav Tanmay Jain Lokesh Gupta Ashutosh Gupta Kamlesh Pawar Kamal Sajnani Arpit L Gupta Hussain Bankwala Nilesh Ahirwar Pranay Dongre Roshni Choudhery Parwaz Akthar Nitin Airel Nupur Agrawal Rochak Mangal Paramveer Arora Prateek Kochar Shaleen Khandelwal Sonaksh Golecha Ayush Sharma Manali Walvekar Harsh Garg Abhishek Tiwari Lokesh Agrawal Ajay Birla Amit Pandey Girjesh Prasad Koustabh Vaidya Mohammad Imran Amit Khemani Ankit Agrawal Arpit Khandelwal Arpit Saini Bhagvati Lal Patidar Mayank Jain Pooja Rawal Prachi Garg Sourabh Sharma Vikas Jain Vikas Khandelwal
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Malicious Email Tracker

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Mr. Sanjay Bansal

Document Converter Prepaid Electricity Meter Query Converter Genetic Algorithm as a Pattern Classificatio n Network Intrusion Detection System based on IP Packet

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Mr. Dheeraj Rane Mr. Dheeraj Rane Mr. Dheeraj Rane Mr. Sumit Joshi & Ashok Vishwakarm a Mr.Anil Parmar

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Java

Java

Face Recognition System

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Mr.Sachin Solanki

Cryptsis(Cry ptographic Analysis)

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Mr. Dheeraj Rane

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Ankita Garg Apoorva Sinha Aarushi Gangrade Bhumitra Nagar Harsh Ajmera

INDRIC(Indi genous Notations Denoting Rapporteur Intensive Console)

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Mr.Dharmen dra Mangal

CAY-3 2009-10 Name of the Student(s) Project Title


State of Art Technology

Contribution/ Matching Project Achievements/ with the Publicat Supervisor( Research stated ion s) Output PEOs

IX-P.5 Continuous Improvement in the Process of PEOs Mapping and Assessment List the PEO(s), which are strengthened Comments, if any

Specify the improvement In AY 2009-10

Improvement brought in

Contributed by

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Criterion X: Programme Outcomes and Assessment (100) X-P.1 Demonstration of Attainment of the Mandatory a-to-k outcomes (Ref. Part III) (50) Evaluation is based on outcome assessment from students, faculty and placement attainments. X-P.1.1 Assessment of outcomes from students attainment (15) Academic and professional achievements by students in terms of a-to-k-outcomes must be evaluated out as per documented processes. Outcomes a b c d e f g h i Achievements Projects developed by students to solve problems that requires aptitude, mathematics and backgrounds of sciences, contribution to research areas that require science fundamentals Devising algorithms that are optimized and efficient to solve variety of computational problems. Response to acute conditions in industry or elsewhere when the students work efficiently to meet deadline working in teams and heterogeneous environment Students working in organizations presenting best skills in technology and public interactions Students excelling in interviews and competitive exams. Ranks and positions in competitive exams and various entrance exams Students entering MS, MBA and MTech programs in reputed institutions of India and abroad Students excelling in various competitions of project development and robotics etc. Students involved to develop projects that are current in demand and issues of research interests.

X-P.1.2 Assessment of outcomes due to faculty contributions and achievements (15) Academic and professional contributions of the faculty leading to a-to-k-outcomes and their achievements must be evaluated as per documented processes. Outcomes a b c d
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Preparing with the technical knowledge not only for university exams but also for the development of personality as whole . Mentoring students for competitive exams and various entrance exams Encouraging students entering MS, MBA and MTech programs in reputed institutions of India and abroad Facilitating the students and help them to excel in various competitions of project development and robotics etc. Facilitating through Industry Institute Interaction progammes.

X-P.1.3 Assessment of outcomes from placement (10) Assessment of achieved objectives as revealed through placement data (type of jobs, nature of companies, higher studies etc.) must be evaluated as per documented processes. The companies that visit the institute are of national worth and value in terms of their contribution towards development scenario. The students of our institute prove to be the best recruitees for such companies. Owing to which there has always been a keen interest of the companies to be the first in the session to visit and hold the placements within the campus. Companies like TCS , Infosys, Wipro - Solutions , Zensar Technologies ,Accenture, Cognizant , Convergys , HCL Infosystems , Hughes India , Impetus , L & T Infotech , Mphasis , Persistent Systems , Satyam Computers etc. visit the institute. X-P.1.4 Assessment of achievements as disseminated in media/public fora (10) Assessment of achievements, as published in the media/public fora of repute (excluding the internal publications of the Institute, its media partners) must be done based on their impact. X-P.2 Assessment of Outcomes by External Stakeholders (30) Feedback from various stakeholders is collected and accordingly the institute manages to articulate the expectations and revise the shortcomings faced. The method of feedback and approach to handle is mentioned in various sections of this report. External Measuring Attribute Stake holders Industry Performance of students in industry Placement Alumni Results Environment Discipline Professional Activities Bodies Memberships Participation in Outcomes Assessed c, d, e, h b, f, g, i a, h d y, h Assessment Excellent Excellent Satisfactory Excellent Excellent Excellent

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activities arranged by these bodies external to the organization. X-P.2.1 Documented process and assessment from Industries (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the relevant industries. X-P.2.2 Documented process and assessment from Almuni (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the qualified and relevant alumni. X-P.2.3 Documented process and assessment from Professional Bodies (10) Evaluation must be done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the applicable and recognized national/international professional bodies. Organization of various events under the flagship of the professional bodies with existing student branches and as listed in the section .. X-P.3 Effectivity and Efficiency of the Mechanism/Procedure for Continuous Review and Outcome Measurements (20) Viewing the review and outcome measurement processes as continuously improving, attempts must be made to document the effectivity and efficiency of the mechanism/procedures.

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PART III Curriculum, Syllabi, PEOs and Outcomes In this part of SAR, the course modules and/or groups of course modules in the programme, should provide the following information: 1. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Course Objectives, 2. Programme Outcomes as attainable through a course module or a group of course modules, 3. Defined outcomes vis--vis the subset of achievable outcomes for a course module and/or group of course modules, 4. Additional contents beyond the syllabi, if needed, to be provided to meet the outcomes with the course objectives, and 5. How to make provisions for the additional contents, if needed to bridge the gaps, in the academic calendar. PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs): Program Education Objectives and Outcomes A unique feature of an educational program in Engineering and Technology is that of the live, hands-on laboratory and design experience in order to understand new technologies and to compete in the global market. The Information Technology program is not the exception to this fact. The graduates in Information Technology first have to understand the principles of Computer Science, Electronics Communication and Software Engineering and then to use them for analysis, design and implementation of systems to make the life of man kind comfortable. The teachings of Information Technology involves first to learn the fundamentals of relevant subjects in depth and then to understand the complexities of various subjects such as Analysis of Algorithms and Data Structure, Object Oriented Methods, Database Management Systems, Principal of Data Mining and Data Warehousing, several Programming Languages and Tools etc. The knowledge so acquired is later used to analyze, design and implement solutions to problems not only for quick solutions, but also to the problems which are complex and real time. This has a philanthropic motive to serve the society with technical enhancements that makes lives easy. It is expected that pass out graduates will acquire sufficient knowledge and skills required for the continuation of receiving more and more technical education in order to gather more and more knowledge with a will to have lifelong learning. After acquiring sufficient knowledge in the fundamentals of engineering practices, ability to use analytical techniques, experimental and laboratory skills, design, simulation and software tools for design etc. will make the student a competent IT (Software Engineer). Therefore, the main objective of the courses offered at the undergraduate level is to build sound foundation through fundamentals and then to create strong structures of knowledge in the technical and multi-discipline areas on this foundation.
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The main objectives of the program can be broadly defined on following counts:
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Preparation: To prepare students for the development and implementation of Information Systems as a solution to complex problems that we encounter during the research of scientific and social problems and to design appropriate systems to handle the real time / on line problems of our daily life. The graduates will be able to develop systems that will be technological enhancements and markedly adaptable to be easily used and applied by all sections of the society. Core Competence: To provide fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science, engineering, computer science and electronic communication etc. to enable graduates to apply these fundamentals in Information Technology Systems used by professionals of various disciplines. Further, they should be made well versed with the strength of computer hardware, software, communication and mobile computing technologies, need to be applied to various researches in cotemporary issues and evolutionary subjects concerning IT. Breadth: To train students not only about the fundamentals of scientific and engineering disciplines but also to impart more and more (in breadth) knowledge in these areas, so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create novel products and solutions as required by the IT industry in India and abroad. The knowledge of different disciplines in breadth will enable graduates to develop meaningful softwarebased projects successfully. Further, the broader knowledge of various disciplines will help to understand the effects of Information Technology, and to establish the connections amongst technology, economics, politics, culture, ethics, social structure, environment and other areas. Professionalism: To inculcate among students, the professional and ethical attitude, effective teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context. To provide an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the lifelong learning needed for a successful professional career. Learning Environment: To provide student with practical and laboratory experience so that they may be able to relate theories with their implementations. The Learning and teaching processes should be interactive while applying innovative methods through modern equipments and teaching tools. Higher Studies: To prepare students with strong fundamentals in engineering and excel in postgraduate programs, competitive examination or to succeed in industry / technical professions through global and rigorous education

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VIICommunication Skills: To prepare students for global acceptance and employability through effective communication and verbal skills. IT, being the most in demand with global opportunities requires skills of vocal and written communication to be acceptable in international business.

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Programme Outcomes (f) Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering and technology to design, implement and evaluate solutions to complex technical and real time problems. (g) They will attain an ability to design programs and conduct practical exercises, analyze hardware and software components and interpret data and algorithms to optimize the solution domain. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to visualize and work on projects and apply it to multidisciplinary tasks as expected by industry with caliber and updated technology.

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Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities while working as a team in the scenario of software development. Communicating effectively both orally and in writing and Working effectively in a team environment; Strong oral and written communication skills with a capacity to produce effective technical documents and to use current communication techniques and tools. (f) Graduate will show the understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society, also will be aware of contemporary issues and succeed in competitive examinations. (g) Graduate will develop research and problem-solving skills to support lifelong learning with a capacity to engage in continuous self-improvement, personal enrichment and professional development. (h) Graduate will able to apply core knowledge of information technology into fields as demanded in various research areas and technological advancement through scientific, gaming, expert systems and real time solutions. Graduate will be able to deal with data with its management, storage, structuring, designing new approach and extracting knowledge to build expert systems with intelligence along with information security issues.

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CATAGORIES OF SUBJECTS AS PER PROGRAM OUTCOMES:(a to i)


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Program Outcome (a)

Program Outcome (f)

Program Outcome (b)

Program Outcome (g)

Program Outcome (c) Program Outcome (d)

Program Outcome (h) Program Outcome (i)

The following excerpts are taken from the ABETs Criteria for Accrediting Engineering Programmes:-Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) Programme educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing the graduates to achieve. Each programme for which an institution seeks accreditation or reaccreditation must have in place: (a) (b) (c) published educational objectives that are consistent with the mission of the institution and these criteria, a process that periodically documents and demonstrates that the objectives are based on the needs of the programme's various constituents, and an assessment and evaluation process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which these objectives are attained.

Programme Outcomes Programme outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the programme. Engineering programmes must demonstrate that their students attain the following outcomes: (a)
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(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k)

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, formulate, and solve engineering problems, an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, an ability to communicate effectively, the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions 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.

Programme outcomes are outcomes (a) through (k) plus any additional outcomes that may be articulated by the programme. Programme outcomes must foster attainment of programme educational objectives. Assessment Assessment is one or more processes that identify, collect, and prepare data to evaluate the achievement of programme outcomes and programme educational objectives. Evaluation Evaluation is one or more processes for interpreting the data and evidence accumulated through assessment practices. Evaluation determines the extent to which programme outcomes or programme educational objectives are being achieved and results in decisions and actions to improve the programme. There must be an assessment and evaluation process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which the programme outcomes are attained.

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PART IV List of documents / records to be made available during the visit (Records of three years to be made available, wherever applicable) Institute Specific I.1. Land papers, built-plan and approval etc. I.2. Composition of GC/GB, Senate and other Academic and Administrative bodies, their functions and responsibilities. List of all the meetings held in the past 3 years along with the attendance records. Representative minutes and action-taken reports of a few meetings of such bodies along with the list of current faculty members who are members of such bodies. I.3. Rules, policies and procedures published by the Institution including service book and academic regulations and other along with the proof that the employees/students are aware of the rules and procedures. I.4. Budgeted allocation and utilization : Audited statement of accounts I.5. Informative web site I.6. Library resources books and journal holdings, I.7. Listing of core, computing and manufacturing etc. labs I.8. Records of T & P and career and guidance cells I.9. Records of safety checks and critical installations I.10. Medical care records and usages of ambulance etc. I.11. Academic calendar, schedule of tutorial and makeup classes I.12. Course handouts/files along with PEOs; list of additional topics to meet PEOs and outcomes. I.13. Set of question papers, assignments, evaluation schemes etc. I.14. Feedback proforma, analysis and corrective actions I.15. Documented feedback received from the stake-holders (e.g., Industries, Parents, Alumni, Financiers etc.) of the Institution I.16. List of faculty who teach first year courses along with their qualifications I.17. First year results. Programme Specific P.1 NBA accreditation reports of the past visits, if any P.2 Department budget and allocations of the past 3 years P.3 Admission seats filled and ranks (3y data) P.4 List/Number of students who clear the programme in 4y (3y data) P.5 Av. Grade point (CGPA) (3y data of students CGPA/percentage) P.6 Placement and higher studies data (3y data) P.7 Professional society activities, events, conferences organized etc. P.8 List of students papers along with hard-copies of the publications; professional society publications/magazines etc. P.9 Sample best and average project reports/theses P.10 Details of faculty student ratio P.11 Faculty details with their service books, salary details, sample appointment letters, promotion and award letters/certificates
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P.12 Faculty list with designation, qualification, joining date, publication, R & D, interaction details P.13 List of faculty publications along with DOIs and publication/citation details P.14 List of R & D and consultancy projects along with approvals and project completion reports P.15 List and proofs of faculty interaction with outside world P.16 List of class rooms, faculty rooms, P.17 List of programme specific labs and computing facility within dept. P.18 List of non-teaching staff with their appointment letters etc P.19 List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules developed P.20 Records of new programme specific facility created, if any P.21 Records of overall programme specific improvements, if any P.22 Curriculum, PEO/Course objectives and Outcomes, P.23 Known gaps in the curriculum vis--vis PEOs and Outcomes P.24 List of contents beyond syllabi and schedule in academic calendar, if any P.25 Course files, plan of course delivery, question papers, assignments, list of experiments etc. ***

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