P E S Institute of Technology

Department of Information Science & Engineering

2011

Self Assessment Report (SAR) for NBA Accreditation
of Undergraduate Program in Information Science & Engineering

PES INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
100 Feet Ring Road, Banashankari III Stage,
BANGALORE-560085

National Board of Accreditation
New Delhi, India

January, 2011
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P E S Institute of Technology

Department of Information Science & Engineering

2011

INDEX SHEET
SL NO. 1. 2. 3. Declaration PART I - INSTITUTIONAL SUMMARY (Criteria I and II) PART II - Department / Programme Summary (Criteria III to VIII) PART III - Curriculum, Syllabi, PEOS and Outcomes Annexure 1 Latest NBA Accreditation Copy Annexure 2 Professional Activities Detail Annexure 3 List of Five Best and Average Projects Annexure 4 Faculty Details Annexure 5 Faculty Publication Details Annexure 6 Faculty R & D and Consultancy Details Annexure 7 Facilities and Technical Support Details Annexure 8 Continuing Education and New Facility Details Annexure 9 Overall Improvements Details Annexure 10 Curriculum Details Annexure 11 List all the course modules Annexure 12 Course objectives and mapping Annexure 13 Faculty Expertise Details Annexure 14 Calendar of Events CONTENTS PAGE NO. 3 4 to 87 88 to 110

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P E S Institute of Technology

Department of Information Science & Engineering

2011

DECLARATION
This Self Assessment Report (SAR) is prepared for Current Academic Year 20112012 and Current Financial Year 2010-2011 on behalf of us by the team headed by the Principal/Director/Vice Chancellor of the Institution. I certify that the information provided in this SAR is extracted from the records and to the best of our knowledge, is correct and complete

I understand that any false statement/information of consequence may lead to the rejection of the application for accreditation for a period of two or more years. I also understand that the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) or its subcommittee will have the right to decide on the basis of the submitted SAR whether the Institution should be considered for an accreditation visit.

If the information of consequence was found to be wrong during the visit or subsequent to grant of accreditation, NBA has right to withdraw the accreditation granted, if any, and no accreditation will be allowed for a period of two years or more.

Name, Designation and Seal of the Chairman Governing Council of the Institute with signature

Place: Bangalore Date:

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Banashankari III Stage. History of the College / Institution (including dates of introduction and no. Name. Fax:(080)26720886 principal@pes. providing the best quality education and is one of the most sought after names among students and parents in the country. 83.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space PART I INSTITUTIONAL SUMMARY (Criteria I and II) I. In line with its commitment to help the needy students. PESIT has initiated several programs such as free engineering education to the rural Kannada medium students. PES Institute of Technology [PESIT] is a premier institution with a vision to create a professionally superior and ethically strong global manpower. Principal & Director Ph:(080)26724781.1. of seats of various program of study along with NBA accreditation.0. in tabular form: Established in 1988 as the first engineering college under the Peoples Education Society. I. 100 Feet Ring Road. College/ Institution/University Name and Address: PES Institute of Technology. Bangalore-560085. PESIT has been consistently getting high order results and university ranks.K. telephone numbers and e-mail id of the contact person for NBA: Dr. PESIT today is a brand by itself. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 4 of 193 pages . designation.3. environment-protection through adoption of public parks. 82. Community Development Program (CDP). adoption of government schools. providing them with furniture and many other facilities.Balasubramanya Murthy. Carrying on its mission of reaching out education to a much larger number of students and committed to an exemplary degree of social obligation.2. if any). Shiksha Kalpa – a forum that extends financial assistance to the needy students.edu I. PESIT has been upward of 90% level in exam results with a huge number of students earning Distinctions (>=70%).0. PESIT issues Scholarships Ver.0.N. A special ceremony is organized during every semester to honour the meritorious students.

Manufacturing Science &Engineering VLSI Design& Embedded Systems Computer Network Engineering Digital Electronics& Communication Systems Automotive Engineering Software Engineering Bioinformatics 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2010 2010 Page 5 of 193 pages Year of Establishment 1988 1988 1988 1998 1999 2002 2006 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 840 Year of Establishment 1997 1997 180 120 Ver. No Course by Government 1. Under Graduate Courses: Intake Fixed Sl. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . 7. Course by Government 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mechanical Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Computer Science &Engineering Information Science& Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Biotechnology Electrical and Electronics Engineering Total Post Graduate Courses: Intake Fixed Sl. Tech 3. 6. 5. 2. Master of Business Administration Master of Computer Applications M. 8. 4.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space cheques ensuring free engineering education for 10 needy students with rural background. No. 9.

......5.... PES Polytechnic ..0............... PES College of Business Management ...... Ownership Status: Govt........ PES Institute of Technology...................................................................... Established in 1973 1982 1983 1986 1988 1994 1994 1997 1997 2002 2004 2005 Ver. (Central/State) / Trust / Society (Govt..................................... PES Institute of Medical Science & Research ....................... PES Institute of Technology ......................4.......................... / NGO / Private) / Private/ Other (specify) Society (Private) I............................0...............0............................ PES Institute of Hotel Management .... June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 6 of 193 pages ................. PES Institute of Pharmacy ........................ PES Institute of Technology...........6..................................................................................................(Central/State) / Grants-in-aid / Not-for-profit / Private-Self financing / Other(specify) Private-Self financing I.................... Financial Status: Govt.MCA .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I............................. Nature of Trust / Society: Registered Public Society List other Institutes/colleges run by the Trust/Society INSTITUTIONS IN PES GROUP # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Institution PES College of Science & Commerce ... PES College of Pharmacy .............................. PES School of Engineering .....................MBA .............. PES College of Education .........................................

90 L in CFY minus 2 Others [Free education] 21 Amount 5. of Engineering 866 + 444 Students Total No.90 L in CFY minus 1 Others [Free education] 23 Amount 4. Total No.12.05 L # Assistance[MRD merit scholarships] 98 Amount 4. Internally Acquired Funds: ( In Lakhs of Rs.0.65 L # Assistance[MRD merit scholarships] 238 Amount 11.8.11. Boys I.9. basis of scholarship/assistance : Merit/Parent’s limited income/other # Assistance[MRD merit scholarships] 310 Amount 15. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 7 of 193 pages .10. of Other Students.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I. Basis/examination for admission to the engineering college: All India entrance / State level entrance / University entrance / 12 th level / other (specify) CET/COMED-K/AIEEE/JEE. External Sources of Funds: Name of the External Source NA CFY 2010-11 -CFY m1 2009-10 --CFY m2 2008-09 --- I. ) CFY (Budgeted) 2010-11 2600 260 CFY m1 2009-10 2504 261 CFY m2 2008-09 2399 176 Name of the Internal Source Students Fee Others I. Scholarships or any financial assistance provided to students? YES if provided. if any I.0.0.20 L I. of Employees 544 NA Girls 606 + 311 260 + 133 Boys NA Girls NA Male 345 Female 199 Ver.7.50 L in CFY Others [Free education] 19 Amount 4. Total No.0.0.0.

electrical and furniture routine check-ups and repairs.13. during the CAY and the previous CAYs (1st July to 30th June): Item CAY 2010-11 Min Max 165 196 CAY minus 1 2009-10 Min Max 161 181 Cay minus 2 2008-09 Min Max 147 174 Teaching faculty in the Department Teaching faculty in Science & Humanities Non-teaching staff 26 31 26 27 24 27 228 241 200 230 196 241 Criterion I: Organization & Governance. Schedule of routine inspection and check-ups is prepared. Ver. Exclusive for this college B. Resources.1.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I.1. Institutional Support. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 8 of 193 pages .2 Maintenance of academic infrastructure and facilities (5) Distinct Features: Maintenance cell is in place to take care of civil. Development & Planning I-I. Shared with other colleges in this campus.50 acres Built up floor space 57107 sqm I-I.1 Campus infrastructure and facility (30) I-I. Minimum and maximum number of faculty and staff on roll.0. if any -0Land acres Built up floor space -0sqm Land 11. in the Engineering College/Institute/Faculty.1 Land. built up area and academic infrastructure (5) Physical resources available A.

Green cover: Green cover within institute is enhanced by arranging tree plantations on various occasions like birthdays and national festivals No. Dress code for students.3 Ambience.1. (5) Distinct Features: Ambience: Academic ambience is enhanced by modern furniture. Routine cleaning of premises including toilet blocks by contract labors. green cover. Organization of awareness program on water harvesting for students. coolers and filters is carried out as per schedule. Electrical Staff: 05 Workshop Staff: 06 Plumber: 04 Major repairs are outsourced. Study room facility with power back-up is available round the clock during examination period. Routine cleaning of water tanks. of Trees in the college campus: 125 No. Internet facility is available 24 hrs with Wi-Fi points. of Shrubs: 200 Number of species in campus: 82 Water harvesting: Ground water collection and diversion towards soak pits.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Central complaint register is maintained [Problem Change Management System]. water harvesting. improved infrastructure & state of the art facilities in classrooms and laboratories. Ver. Library and laboratory facility is made available after college hours and on holidays. Minor repairs are carried out by in-house staff. I-I. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 9 of 193 pages . environment preservation etc. Maintenance cell meets once a month to take review and discuss any major problems.

61 12. Solar water heating system is installed in the student hostels.85 7.76 14.05 6.1.Exclusive # of accommodated students 1010 # in waiting Nil # of Rooms 485 Hostel for Girls? Yes # of Rooms 216 Hostel Rooms Girls 4/Room Girls 3/Room Girls 2/Room Girls 1/Room Boys 3/Room Boys 3/Room Boys 2/Room Boys 2/Room Boys 1/Room Exclusive/Shared/Rented# of accommodated students 447 Carpet Area/Room 26.82 22.58 Rented # in waiting Nil Number of Rooms 29 117 34 36 153 40 81 39 172 Ver.27 15. Sufficient water is made available through bore well and separate water supply scheme. Waste papers are supplied to proper agencies for recycling.4 Hostel (Boys and girls) (5) Hostel for Boys Yes Exclusive/Shared/Rented .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Environment preservation: Gardeners under supervision of experienced Garden supervisor are in place for taking care of plants. Segregated solid waste management system is in place. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 10 of 193 pages .5 28 42. I-I.

Internet access in faculty cabins/Labs/Class rooms/WiFi in all buildings. Total:55 KVA Power back-up through UPS for computer systems Telecom: EPABX system is installed to provide intercom connection to each faculty.5 Transportation facility and canteen (5) Transport Yes Exclusive/State-transport .Exclusive Facility availed by Students and staff # of Buses 11 Canteen Yes Sitting space 432 sq. water purification etc. BSNL telephone connections: 10 Fax: 02 External calls can be diverted to individual faculty through EPABX. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . power backup. water etc (5) (Specific details in respect of installed capacity.1. telecom.m # of Canteens 3 I-I.6 Electricity.1. 3Phase. Evaluators’ Space Page 11 of 193 pages Source of water supply to campus: 05 bore wells in campus Ver. AC is available with 04 connections from KPTCL Total Sanctioned Load: 900 KVA Distribution – Separate feeder for each department and hostel Power back-up: Stand-by supply: 04 DG sets are used DG Set Capacity: 40 KVA and 15 KVA. service points for distribution.) Electricity: Electric supply of 440 Volt.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I.m Daily Usage 432 sq.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Water supply scheme from BWSSB Drinking water – mineral water dispensers in all the building is provided [Outsourced]. Ver. that is respectful of identity and serious belief and that reflects balance. efficient and economical in execution of its duties.2 Organization.5 lakhs Liters I-I. students and the community. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 12 of 193 pages . Water storage facilities: Overhead and Underground: Total Capacity: > 1. PESIT has a governing body in place wherein the members are drawn from distinguished cross-sections of the society as shown in Table below. We support modern governance and proper administration and believe these should be carried out in a way that actively acknowledges diversity. staff. We believe it should be effective. governance and transparency (20) Governance is the key activity that connects between the management.

SW RO 7. Bangalore Prof Ajoy Kumar Chief Operating Officer. Bangalore 560 009 Prof J Surya Prasad Principal & Director. 9. 102. 3. Rajalakshmi Apts. Palace Road. University Grants Commission. 8. Prof H U Talawar 5. PES School of Engineering Bangalore Prof M V Satyanarayana Director.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS Name of the Member with Address Prof M R Doreswamy Founder Secretary. Social Worker. IIT-R. Nominee Member Former Deputy Director IIT-R VTU Nominee Regional Officer AICTE Member Principal & Director PES School of Engineering Member Director PES Degree College. 4. Government of Karnataka Designation Chairman Chief Executive Officer PES Institutions Chief Operating Officer PES Institutions Member Member Financial Adviser UGC UGC Nominee State Govt. 24th Main. 2. Director of Technical Education Government of Karnataka Dr K G Rangaraju Former Deputy Director. PES Institute of Technology. PES Degree College Hanumanthnagar. Bangalore University Campus P K Block. PES Group of Institutions Bangalore Prof D Jawahar Chief Executive Officer. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 13 of 193 pages . Member Chair Professor.Thermal Engineering Member Ver. PES Institute of Technology. Bangalore 560 078 Regional Officer AICTE. New Delhi. 1. 6. Bangalore # Profession Educationist. MLC. Bangalore Prof T R Seetharam Department of Mechanical 10. J P Nagar. PES Institute of Technology. Bangalore Sri Ashok K Dogra Financial Adviser. VI Phase. Engineering.

which facilitates a perfect decentralization of activities and delegation of authorities. has proven itself to be a key concept in the success achieved by the institute on different counts. Institute follows the concept of process owners as emerged from the ISO terminology. The institute functions with perfect decentralized administration as depicted in Figure 1 that has complete transparency in the decision making process.1 Governing body. A few sampler minutes of the meetings and action taken reports should be annexed. The working methodology basically focuses on student. Bangalore 560 045 Dr K N Balasubramanya Murthy Principal & Director 13. Senate and all other Academic and Administrative bodies. frequency of the meetings and attendance therein. which is the dearest and least responsible element of the system. Involvement of each and everyone in the decision-making and the transparency associated therein also form the important features of the work culture. PES Institute of Technology.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Name of the Member with Address Dr K S Sridhar Department of Mechanical 11 Engineering. PESIT follows the complete ISO terminology to the fullest extent in its dayto-day life.) We at PESIT believe in totally different kind of work culture. functions and responsibilities. PES Institute of Technology Bangalore 560 085 # Profession Dean (Training Placement) PESIT & Designation Member Director-Philips Member Principal & Director PES Institute of Technology Member Secretary I-I. Philips 12. In particular the concept of process owners. Being certified by ISO 9001:2000. Bangalore Dr V Shyam Director-Technology. administrative setup and functions of various bodies (5) (List Governing. in tabular form. Health Care Innovation Campus Manyatha Tech Park Nagavara. their memberships. Ver. Basically it aims at love and affection to each and every stake-holder of the institute.2. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 14 of 193 pages . relation of the members of the members of such bodies with the principal owner of the college/institute.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 15 of 193 pages . Organizational Chart Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Figure 1.

Department of Telecommunication Convener Science & Chairman Member Member Engineering Goal: The purpose of Planning and Evaluation Committee is to plan and evaluate programs and services and to make recommendations accordingly to the Governing Body of the institute (PESIT). Develop and suggest new programs and services and submit such ideas and suggestions to the Governing Council. Koshy George Professor . as both work to implement a system to improve and support quality Institute-wide and to offer an array of high quality.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I. Kavi Mahesh Professor. K. 4. Review MOUs Review the annual budget and make recommendation to Governing Council. 3. Activities: activities may include but are not limited to1. recruitment and promotional policies etc (5) (List of the published rules. Plan Fiscal and Budget and Policy and to strengthen collaboration and a shared vision between the Institute and the Department.2. 5. June 2009 . PLANNING AND EVALUATION COMMITTEE 1 2 3 Prof. Department of Member Computer Engineering 5 Dr. Ajoy Kumar Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chief Operating Officer & Member . and affordable programs designed to meet the diverse and individual needs.Governing Body 4 Dr.Jawahar Dr. awareness among the employees/students. policies and procedures.) Functions of Key Administrative Positions: The functions of various key positions are depicted in Table below. 2.2 Defined rules. NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 16 of 193 pages Ver. availability on web etc. procedures. year of publications. Review the Plan of Service and the Bye-Laws and other policies regularly.N. Evaluate programs and services.D. comprehensive.Balasubramanya Murthy Prof.

Address such other issues as from time to time may be referred to the committee.Balasubramanya Murthy Principal Director 2 Dr. legal and or operational issues with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Reviews contractual. 2. The P&E generally meets four times in a year duration GRIEVANCE APPEAL COMMITTEE 1 Dr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 17 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 6.V. or initiatives that may come before Advisory Board. Monitors the implementation of the Institute‟s multi-year Strategic Plan.Keshavan.Iyer Assistant Professor Convener Physics 3 Prof.B. Recommend a plan of action based on the recommendations of the college advisory board.K HOD Electrical Member & Member Engineering Dean-Evaluation Goal: The Grievance Appeal Committee shall be responsible for collective agreement dealing with grievances. K. Serves as a sounding board for new programs. Sharanabasappa S Patil Professor. Ver. R. fair and just learning environment by ensuring that students and staff have access to processes that allow for appeals. 7. 4. Roles and Responsibilities of Planning and Evaluation Committee: 1. Activities: PESIT is committed to providing a harmonious.Ajoy Kumar Chief Operating Member and Chairman Officer & Member Governing Body 4 Mr.N. 3. policies. complaints and grievances to be resolved. as may be determined by the P&E. Mechanical Engineering 5 Dr.

Role and Responsibilities of the Grievance Appeal Committee (GAC) 1. Student Appeals Committee shall hear complaints and appeals arising from the policies on: Evaluation and assessment Academic programs Student progress Appeals arising from higher degree research studies. which provide for scope to the Grievance Appeals Committee. however. Student admission Breaches of academic integrity Problems arising in the context of their association with the institute. color. religion. though there will be instances when either students may choose to lodge a formal appeal or a grievance needs to go to a higher authority for resolution. Ver. that certain cases do not fall under the jurisdiction GAC. but are subject to special investigatory procedures: cases involving sexual harassment or sexual misconduct. cases involving discrimination on the basis of race. PESIT approach to student grievance resolution emphasizes: Fairness and impartiality The handling of grievances informally where possible The principles of natural justice and procedural fairness Effective. age. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 18 of 193 pages . national origin. Jurisdiction: The committee is charged with hearing those student grievances related to faculty misconduct in the performance of his or her duties in an instructional setting. Other policies. reciprocal communication and feedback Resolution of grievances as early as possible and as close as possible to the source of dissatisfaction. not listed above.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Student and staff grievance resolution processes seek to facilitate the informal resolution of grievances as close as possible to the source of student dissatisfaction. It should be understood. 2. including those involving faculty misconduct in an instructional setting Administrative operations or decisions relating to academic matters.

At all stages in the handing of a potential grievance. Depending on the circumstances and seriousness of the grievance. Ver. 3. along with a recommendation. and cases involving allegations of fraud or plagiarism in research. Both the student and faculty member may suggest the names of persons with relevant information. the convener shall be responsible for the distribution of a copy of the grievance to the other members of the Grievance Appeal Committee. (iv) In addition to the written statements and testimony of the student and the faculty member. the investigation shall include: (i) At least one meeting with the aggrieved member to determine all relevant facts and secure all relevant documentation. Investigating a Potential Grievance: The duty of GAC is to provide fair representation for all of its members. students and faculty alike. the Committee may collect and consider any information it deems relevant and hear from anyone it deems to have relevant information. sexual orientation. (iii) Fostering intellectual inquiry in a climate of academic freedom and integrity. The investigating Grievance Committee member shall interview or attempt to interview any relevant witnesses to the facts of the grievance. Its members. without discrimination. The grievance once received. 4. (ii) During the course of the investigation. the investigator will maintain careful notes of interviews with the aggrieved member and relevant witnesses. The Committee Member appointed to investigate a potential grievance shall investigate the grievance and report the results of the investigation to the Grievance Committee. the Grievance Committee and members undertake to maintain a policy of confidentiality and assess the grievance fairly. or any other protected status. are expected to uphold these principles and exhibit tolerance and respect for others. disability. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 19 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space gender. but the Committee makes the final decision about whom to interview. (v) The proceedings and the Committee's deliberations shall be confidential and not open to the public. and in a non arbitrary fashion.

) Grievance Officer Fact Sheet A. List of all interviews with date and times. What is the Complaint or Grievance C. E-Mail e. List of all relevant documentation in the official file of the complaint/grievance Signature of the Grievance Committee Member Signature of the Griever Date Recommendation to GAC Grievance Accepted or not by GAC Ver. Notes from all interviews will become part of the official file. Name b. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 20 of 193 pages . Name of Dean and Chairperson B. (the Committee meets only once monthly. Department c. Dates of Event or Acts of Omission D.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 5. Who is complaining or grieving? a. Home address and telephone g. Phone d. Faculty f. F. Timeframe for Committee Proceedings. Place of Event E. Its Report and the Decision: The Committee shall make every effort to address requests for reviews during the monthly meeting after they have been submitted and to inform students of its decision within 10 working days thereafter.

Project Presentation evaluation.Krishnamurthy Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Dean –Continuing Education Member of Governing Body Dean-Academic affairs Chairman Member Member Member Convener Goal: Planning.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space EXAMINATION COMMITTEE 1 2 3 4 5 Prof. K.N. SEE. J.Pujari Dr. evaluation process.D. bands to facilitate calculation of grades Redress appeals related to results and grades Statistical analysis of results Framing and prescription of performance evaluation policy Ratification of decisions of IMPRC Ensuring communication of definitions.) Ratifying Board of examiners (internal and external) Monitoring the question paper setting process. V. etc. Ratifying I and X Grades. exam relating to mattes well in-time. semester-wise Providing guidelines to cut-off points. amendments and updates to students and faculty. Suryaprasad Prof. Ensuring minimal deviations/departures from laid out procedures with respect to duties of all personnel involved in exam duties Convener to conduct a minimum of 4 meetings per semester for appraisals/ratifications/discussion of exam policy matters Ver. tabulation and grade deduction including result declaration processes. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 21 of 193 pages . Nitin V.Jawahar Dr.Balasubramanya Murthy Prof. conducting examination events and management of evaluation and result declaration Activities: Ensuring syllabus coverage with respect to time according to course information Planning and conducting exam events (CIE.

The examination committee will be responsible to monitor and conduct surveillance with respect to plan and conduct of examinations (CIE and SEE events. 4. Course Instructors (Lecturers). will ensure that students are made to: 1. 5. Discuss any concerns students have regarding their progress in coursework and assessment as early as possible with relevant lecturers and/or the Chief Course Instructor. Faculty Adviser. including submission of work by the due date. lab. Therefore the role and responsibility of the examination committee is delineated pertaining to Students. practice sessions. Engage actively in the learning process and participate according to unit and assessment requirements. AA). promptly. performance and monitoring duties. Ver. Complete assessment tasks diligently and honestly to provide evidence through performance tests of learning achievements in a course at several defined parts during semester 3. Students The responsibility of exam committee. or with the HOD as early as possible. 2. if personal circumstances are affecting participation or performance in assessment exam event. Consult with the CCI (in the first instance) and Course CI. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 22 of 193 pages . Chief Course Instructors (Senior teacher nominated among the teachers of the department). rather than wait until the final grade is awarded in the course. E. the examination committee will have a comprehensive responsibility of direct and indirect examination. Meet assessment requirements as specified in the unit outline. by methods it deems fit from time to time. HODs. inclusive of theory and laboratory practice as prescribed by the curriculum and syllabus committee). Dean.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Role and Responsibilities of Exam Committee The specific roles and responsibilities related to assessment presented below are complementary to those outlined in the Regulations to conduct Academic Courses of PESIT. Deans (Dean. The system being autonomous program.

where the need arises. where necessary. procedures and regulations relating to assessment and seek clarification. if required. Prepare and arrange the conduct of all School-based assessment tasks for the course and alternative/additional assessment tasks. and forward applications to HOD. 8. 8. seek approval of the HOD to change assessment tasks or criteria for a unit after the first week of the study period under intimation to Office of Dean (E). Submit examination requests. informing students of their availability indicating the place and time for consultations (both with and without appointment. of approved change. In the case of late enrolment. Give consideration to and approve. In exceptional circumstances. if appropriate. it is the responsibility of the student to obtain the Course Information from the CCI in the first week of attendance in the Course. Access and abide by all policies. Make the unit outline available electronically to all students enrolled in the course during the first week of the study period of the semester. 5. by the due date and prepare and submit the examination paper(s) for central examinations by the due date. Such changes should not result in disadvantage to any student and all students must be advised. to contact the FA and/or their CCI. 6. as required. applications for consideration of personal circumstances affecting assessment. Prepare the unit outline in accordance with the procedures (refer to Regulations) and provide an electronic copy to the Dean (E) Office prior to the start of the study period. 3. Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 23 of 193 pages . 4. in writing. 7. Check that their name is on the course list after classes commence and if not.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 6. Chief Course Instructor (CCI) It is the responsibility of CCI (in consultation with other relevant teachers/staff as appropriate) to: 1. Design and specify the number and type of assessment tasks and their weightings. 2. Be available for student consultation on a regular basis. 7.

13. 3. on assessment criteria. provide clarification to students about a result for an assessment task or grade in a course. both electronically and in hard copy. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 24 of 193 pages . Participate in the Conduct and evaluation of CIE and SEE events of students. Provide data relating to results in assessment tasks/exam events and attendance. Provide appropriate guidelines to CI (lecturers) regarding marks allotment. Maintain and collate records of each student‟s marks for all assessment components in accordance with the pre-decided evaluation norms . Obtain and secure record of each student‟s results. must be kept for at least one standard study period after the release of final results (one full year/two semesters after the SEE event. if required. 11. It is the responsibility of lecturers to: 2. marking procedures. 10. Communicate effectively with all teaching staff. 5. provide students with timely feedback on the distribution of marks or grades for a given exam event / assessment task. Liaise with the CCI to ensure that evaluation practices are conducted in a consistent and coherent manner. Course Instructors (Lecturers) 1. both electronically and in hard copy from Office of Dean (E). Liaise with the CI. 7. to the CCI. moderation and methods for calculating final results. Ver. 4. 12. HOD and Office of Dean(E) and/or marking in a course to ensure quality of practice. 14. Keep a secure record of each student‟s results. 6. If requested. as required. Where appropriate. Be available for student consultation on a regular basis. eg for large classes. informing students of their availability for student consultations (both with and without appointments).P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 9. with regard to applications for consideration of personal circumstances affecting assessment. Advise the CCI within a reasonable time of student progress and how effectively students are learning.

2. Such changes should be made only in exceptional circumstances and not disadvantage any student. applications for consideration of personal circumstances affecting assessment and liaise with relevant staff. 3. HOD may nominate another staff member in the department to ratify grades deduced by Dean (E) Office. Ensure that examination question papers are reviewed and accurate prior to submission. Give consideration to and approve. if appropriate. 3. Ensure that Course Information sheets publication and distribution to students. Have a copy of enrollment forms and courses with respect to students assigned and advise course registration process and discuss course content and level of difficulty of the course 2. are reviewed and accurate prior to Ver. 4. if necessary. 6.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Faculty Advisers It is the responsibility of FA to: 1. consider submissions from students to show cause why enrolment (course registration) should not be terminated. Oversee all the courses offered by that department. Overview students‟ progress and provide academic advice based on evaluation assessment outcomes and. if appropriate. applications for consideration of personal circumstances affecting evaluation and liaise with relevant staff. Appoint CCIs for each course offered and administered by their department. ii. Give consideration to and approve. if required. Monitor the interim and final performance of students assigned and liaise with parents. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 25 of 193 pages . Evaluate and approve requests from CCIs to change assessment tasks or criteria for a course after the first week of the study period. as required 7. as required. 5. and are submitted by the relevant due date to designated official of Office of Dean(E). HODs It is the responsibility of Heads of Department to: 1.

9. Ver. Evidence to substantiate recommendations regarding grades may be requested from CCIs. ii. are followed. Monitor the appropriateness of allocation of final result grades in accordance with the Academic Regulations. 14. 10. The role and responsibilities of the Assessment Review Committee will be specified by the Head of department at the time of its establishment and should be reviewed annually. Responsibilities so delegated by the Head may include the following: i. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 26 of 193 pages . Consider reports from CCIs about alleged breaches of academic honesty (malpractice) and determine in line with the Institute Malpractice Review Committee. Consider requests for review of termination of a student‟s enrolment. Evaluation Review Committees An Evaluation Review Committee will be established by a Head of Department to review evaluation assessment outcomes for the department. Review the performance of students undertaking courses offered by the Department. paying particular attention to results that are borderline between grades. Review the performance of students undertaking courses offered by the department. Recommend and substantial with records students deserving X and I grades in exceptional circumstances. paying particular attention to results that are borderline between grades. Ensure all ratified grades are submitted by the due date. such as moderation of assessment in courses. Oversee the status of unallocated final result grades and ensure their timely conversion to final grades coordinating with office of Dean (E). 13. Ensure the Institute Evaluation Assessment Policy and Procedures and Academic Regulations are implemented.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 8. 15. 11. 12. Ensure that institutes quality assurance processes for evaluation. Monitor the appropriateness of allocation of grades in accordance with the Academic Regulations and the effectiveness of evaluation assessment practices in courses administered by the department (with advice from the Dean AA).

approved syllabus from Academic Council) University and Institute Academic Regulations (from Principal and Dean AA) Evaluation Policy with respect to all courses/exam events (from Principal) Student list (from Admissions) Course information sheets of all courses (from HODs) Time Table of lecture and lab sessions of all courses of the semester. Be a party to academic audit committee. procedures and outcomes. Conduct examinations for all courses under the directions of examination committee. iv.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space iii. submit reports (to Principal) b. Appointing examiners (by the directions of Principal) d. E by the executive orders from Principal and Director to: a. statistics on grade distribution. syllabus coverage prior to exam events of both CIE and SEE (from HODs) Receive syllabus coverage from CIs forwarded by HODs as and when required List of eligible and non-eligible students appearing for SEE CIE marks lists (from HODs) Course registration enrollment forms of all students to all courses (from HODs) List of potential examiners both internal and external. correspondence relating to evaluation. who will submit CIE evaluation marks to Dean(E). Receive Set Question Papers and ensure its security and confidentiality e. v. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 27 of 193 pages . Dean (Evaluation) It is the responsibility of Dean. Make recommendations to the HOD regarding evaluation policy. conducting examination comprise of organizing setting of question papers sought from examiners. at least three in number each. for all courses (from HODs) University communications. Drawing time-table for all the examinations and courses. examination (from Principal) It is the responsibility of Dean. E to receive. Advise the HOD. appointing invigilators. amongst other means. c. file and secure the official (by principal) signed copy of following documents: Syllabus copies of all courses (from Institute Curriculum Committee. Monitor the effectiveness of evaluation practices in courses offered by the department using. drawing invigilation schedule Ver.

maintain and update all examination records.for reference and submission to university audit committee Dean (Academic Affairs) It is the responsibility of Dean.Sathyanarayana Chief Executive Officer Dean . ADMISSION COMMITTEE 1 2 3 4 5 Prof. grade evolution processes k. AA redress student appeal with respect to grades / termination of registration of a course: A student may appeal to the Dean. Conduct pre-evaluation meeting for discussion of scheme and solutions received from paper setters and record minutes of the meeting j.Jawahar Mr. Upkeep. regarding a review of a decision regarding a grade in a course or termination of a student‟s enrolment. Communicate and submit results to university as and when requisitions arrive to office forwarded by Principal o. organize challenge evaluation process l. Be a party to malpractice reported cases. de-coding process. Rahul Parmar Dr.Admissions Principal and Director Chairman Convener Member Chair Professor-Thermal Member Engineering Member . Announce results.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space f. organize IMPRC meets and communicate the decision to the concerned students by coordinating with institute exam squad i. T.N.V. M. AA will deal with the appeal at his or her discretion in accordance with the Academic Regulations. marks entry.Balasubramanya Murthy Dr. The Dean. Receive appeals from students related to examinations and organize redresses and case disposals as an when such appeals are received m. conduct answer-script viewing program. AA in relation to the outcome of an appeal to the Principal.Governing Member Body Ver. tabulation. Organize central evaluation of answer script. D. coding. verification.R Seetharam Prof. Prepare grade cards and disburse to students n. Oversee the conduct of examinations (both theory and lab practice) h.K. Be a party to issuance of hall tickets to eligible students g. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 28 of 193 pages .

The committee shall be familiar with the policies and procedures governing the admissions process. transfer and progression arrangements. understand the intake targets. The committee should provide admissions with application statistics on a regular basis to monitor overall progress in meeting recruitment targets. The Admissions Committee is responsible for monitoring and keeping under review the Institute‟s student admissions requirements and where appropriate for formulating proposals for enhancing student access. The committee shall ensure that admissions are conducted in a fair and equitable manner and for the management of the admissions process. To Consider and make recommendations concerning the proposals on admissions on student populations on Undergraduate Post Graduation and Doctoral Education The purpose of the admissions process is to recruit students who will be best able to benefit from the experience of their chosen course. Ver. The committee is also responsible for communicating any decisions to applicants in a timely. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 29 of 193 pages . 2. appropriate and accurate manner. in addition to the entry requirements for a particular course.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Goal: To recommend policies that define mission and implement the admissions. Activity: The Committee shall focus on the following major issues: Structure and nomenclature and prescription of course/s as and when they are planned Delineate the admissions process for students Provide guidelines to admission and support of transfer students Provide guidelines to admission recruitment of out-of-state students Responsibilities of the Admissions Committee (ADC) 1. This includes checking that applicants at least meet the minimum requirements for admission. The Institute‟s admissions procedures shall operate within the legal framework of the State Government ordinances and the relevant legislation. as laid down by the university regulations. 3.

6. which define the roles of staff involved in the admissions process and lay down the framework for a transparent and fair admissions process. Policy is implemented through the use of procedures. The ADC shall meet at least twice in a semester of 6 months duration. K. 5. To recommend and review admission and re-admission policies that ensure PESIT as an institute most sought after from cross section of society. developing and monitoring policies on information storage and retrieval and other library issues within the Institute.N. Department of Member Mechanical Engineering Chairman Member Convener Professor. Activity: The Library Committee provides a forum for open discussion of matters relating to the Library and its services. 8. Keep the Governing body informed of trends in admissions. Member Goal: The Library Committee is responsible for advising on. rules and regulations under which the library operates. Gayathri Sen Dr. D.Jawahar Dr. The committee provides an opportunity to share in policy-making decisions and to make suggestions for improvements in service provision. The committee shall provide clear operational procedures. Role and Responsibilities of Library Committee (LC) The Faculty Library Committee will: Formulate Library Policy that support the goals and objectives and the mission of the library. particularly the student-parent community. Review of forms for admission and revise them as needed.Balasubramanya Murthy Ms. Kishore T Kashyap Professor. Ver. The library committee together with the director and CEO determines library policy. 7.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 4. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 30 of 193 pages . Kanchan Garg Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Librarian Assistant Physics 5 Dr. LIBRARY COMMITTEE 1 2 3 4 Prof. Policies refer to the philosophy.

it should allows for budgetary planning. Exchange information about the library and information requirements of the academic community of departments. science and other disciplines of the institute. staff allocation and student service and departments of the institute) Monitor and encourage effective communications among the library consults the administration. business administration. monitor budget allocations to the subject areas within the Library. policies. the Faculty and Departments. The Library Committee shall submit an annual report to Principal & Director which should detail the manner in which the Committee's delegated Evaluators’ Space Ver. Monitor the effectiveness of instruction offered by the Library to instructors. centres and students. Report to and advise the Research Committee and the Teaching and Learning Committee on Library matters and deal with matters referred to it by these committees. delivered in collaboration between departments and centres and the Library Contribute to the development of library and information strategy. scrutinize policies proposed by the Library for their implications for teaching and research in the Faculty of Engineering. services and resources To discuss strategic requirements and priorities which will inform the Library's budget setting Report to and advise the Principal on Library matters and deal with matters referred to it by the departments.Space P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 The committee shall establish a short and long range strategic plan and implement policy to achieve stated goals. disseminate information and good practice with respect to the provision of library services. Ensure that Library strategy. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 31 of 193 pages . Consider acquisitions procedures and collection development of the library. policies and services take account of equality of opportunity (Strategic plan formulation questions: Where are we now? Where do we want to go? The “vision” .how do we see ourselves within the Institute and outside? How do we carry out this vision? The strategic plan is dynamic and can be revised if necessary. and graduate and undergraduate students.

thereby fostering the development of the resilient student and encourage an environment of community trust Activity: The Student Welfare Committee (SWC) of the institute shall operate by: Involving parents and the community in our proceedings. Physics Chairman Member Member Goal: The rationale of Student Welfare Committee is to strongly support the development of supportive relationships among students.Balasubramanya Murthy Dr. Implement a curriculum that engages all students in overall personality of studentcommunity. The Committee shall meet once a semester.Rohini Principal and Director Dean-Academic affairs Professor . 2. Shall support families through plan and conducting of parenting skills programs. The SWC shall promote parental and student community involvement by promoting a culture of open communication within the institute and the student community. K. shall consult parents and the community on issues that affect children‟s Ver. shall initiate staff development related to student welfare 3. promote awareness of welfare issues and encourage a caring environment.K. Shall liaise with school executive.N. Teaching and fostering social skills necessary to learn and involve in extra-curricular activities together. Develop an awareness of the consequences for choosing unacceptable behaviours. Encouraging supportive relationships based on mutual respect that encourages students to behave responsibly. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 32 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space .S.Krishnamurthy Prof.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 responsibilities have been exercised by describing the Committee's activities of the previous twelve months. The aim is to facilitate the social health of each student and to encourage a sense of belonging to the institute-community. V. The role and responsibilities of Student Welfare Committee (SWC) 1. STUDENT WELFARE COMMITTEE 1 2 3 Dr. parents and school staff.

Shall be responsible to create awareness of consequences for choosing unacceptable behaviors by developing individual classroom rules with clearly defined limits and guidelines. by publishing a list of school rules and expectations that will be sent to each family.S Vinay Director(Sports) Member Evaluators’ Space Chairman Convener Professor. to make decisions and choices with the understanding that unacceptable behavior incurs consequences to self and others.Ajoy Kumar Chief Operating Officer & Member .Chidambara Mr.V Satish Professor. enjoying and achieving.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 development and academic and extra-curricular activity learning within the institute. Student absence information. and between campus and community life is an important goal of undergraduate education. The Evaluation sources include: A record of student campus and classroom behavior will be maintained. Computer Science Associate Engineering 4 Mr. foster the development of co-operative skills and inquiry learning coupled with recognition for positive behaviors.K. M. 5. students and parents shall be invited to contribute suggestions to the rule booklet to ensure Student Welfare and Discipline Procedures and Assertive Discipline will operate. Staff. making a positive contribution. staying safe. Shall publish a booklet of institute rules & regulations to be discussed at the institute and reinforced at home. The Student Welfare Committee. over time. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 33 of 193 pages . 6. and Ver. S.The outcomes are being healthy. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 1 Prof. explanation and counseling.Krishna Associate Engineering 5 Mr. by encouraging students through discussion. Mechanical Member Professor. School-based surveys on bullying and social skills. V. Mechanical Member Goal: Fostering integrative learning across courses. will review strategies annually and report to Principal and Director on student welfare issues. and Parent surveys on social competencies. encourage involvement o students and parents 4. through an evaluation program.Governing Body 2 3 Prof.

The committee shall committee organizes a sports meet once a year and different matches and tournaments are held throughout the year on a regular basis.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 achieving economic wellbeing.and inter departmental extracurricular activities (sports. Develop mission statement. Activity: The committee shall plan and conduct sports activities such as Cricket. Badminton. 3. pamphlet for athletes and parents describing goals and expectations of sports teams each season including behaviour guidelines. 5. The activities could include organizing and celebrating the Independence Day. Develop communication system to inform middle school parents and students of the practice schedule. Volleyball. over the institute‟s fields. Civility. 4. they're absolutely voluntary. Ver. Mission statement should reflect the institutional Standards and include the elements of Competence. Extracurricular activities for the students are gains in motivation. Apart from this. 2. they give them team-working skills. Character. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 34 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space . Ensure that for each branch (department). there is an association which organizes extracurricular activities. It should ensure that there is also an active participation of faculty and staff. independence and a real sense of enjoyment and fun. 6. competition schedules. Basketball. The committee should strive for student engagement in extracurricular activities which is considered a best practice to foster student learning. They are not compulsory. republic day and other festivities as planned and determined by the committee from time to time Role and responsibilities of the Extra-curricular activities committee: 1. lectures and competition both at the inter class as well as inter college levels to stimulate interest in the subject. One of the approach would be to monitor and organise Extended Week Day Activity involving as many students in intra. the students can also avail of the facilities of a state of the art Gymnasium. Develop institutional extra-curricular activity policy to provide further support and guidance on matters related to sports and other sports related activities. directions to the departments and playing fields. Increase activities and opportunities especially given the array of current offerings and its appeal to students. weather related schedule changes. Athletics etc. and Citizenship.

Open Communication.Anuradha Dr. Ensure In-house programs that benefit the most students possible should receive priority. Member Administration Goal: Focusing on Oversight. Geetha Shankar Assistant Mathematics 5 Dr. by means which include the following: Evaluators’ Space Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 cultural and fests). overall objectives and learning outcomes of educational programmes are consistently achieved. Maintaining neutrality in institutional selection and celebrate the accomplishments of our sports teams regardless of the number of wins and losses. Activities: The Committee reports to the Director and Principal on issues of Teaching. Learning & Assessment. K.Balasubramanya Murthy 2 3 Prof. Rangaraju. ACADEMIC AUDIT COMMITTEE 1 Dr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 35 of 193 pages . and Best Practices.M. Electronics Convener & Member Principal and Director Chairman Communication Engineering 4 Ms. 7.A. 8.N. Master of Business Member Professor.M. Academic quality in the Institute requires that the agreed aims. The positive elements of intramural sports can be used to further enhance the inter-institutional program and/or enhance skill development of other sports. Telecommunication Professor.S HOD. Preservation of our existing programs and any plans for the future should insure the continued success of those programs. management and monitoring of the Institute‟s quality enhancement strategy. To oversee the implementation.Saumya Adikhari HOD. Its regular work-activities include: Monitoring the programme of internal reviews of learning and teaching Monitoring the annual academic audit process Monitoring the provision and analysis of course information prescription and conduct evaluation through questionnaires and report twice in a semester Role and responsibilities of Academic audit committee 1.

Receiving a report from each Head of Department auditing all teaching and learning during the running session. 4. 5. To advise the Principal and Director annually of the level of risk identified through academic audit.S. its hostels as per the Hon‟ble Supreme Court directions. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 36 of 193 pages . Initiating special reviews.V. T. M. Srinivas R Assistant Professor . Master of Convener Computer Applications 3 Mr. To liaise with other committees on matters relating to Academic audit. An annual check by the Learning and Teaching Quality Assurance Officer that practice conforms to the national guidelines issued by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). Conducting periodic reviews of teaching. c. interviewing a selection of Heads on the basis of the report. following requests from the Deans. 3.C. learning and assessment in each department (both theory and practical sessions). ensuring that each Head is interviewed at least once during a six-month semester period.Balasubramanya Principal and Director Chairman Murthy 2 Dr. d.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 a. Master of Member Computer Applications 4 5 Mr. in-charges of individual academic programmes.Vinay Warden – Boys Hostel Sports Director Member Member Evaluators’ Space Goal: Ragging of any kind is declared as a criminal offence and is strictly banned in the campus.Seetharaman Mr. The Convener of the Academic Audit Committee is to convene at least two meetings every semester.N. The goal of the Ver. To advise Academic Council on any changes to the Institute‟s academic audit procedures.S. K.Srikrishna Professor . and ensuring that the results are reported and appropriate action is initiated. ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 1 Dr. 2. b.

Role and responsibilities of Anti Ragging Committee: Publicise and ensure all students read the recommendations of Supreme Court recommendations. Evaluators’ Space 4. Every single incident of ragging where the victim or his parent/guardian or the Head of institution is not satisfied with the institutional arrangement for action. admission may be refused or he shall be expelled from the educational institution. a First Information Report must be filed without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police authorities. 14356/2005). dated May 16. 2. Studying various aspects of ragging. 24296-99/2004 & W. It shall be the collective responsibility of the authorities and functionaries of the concerned institution and their role shall also be open to scrutiny for the purpose Ver. Activities: The committee to look into the nuisance of ragging. Any failure on the part of the institutional authority or negligence or deliberate delay in lodging the FIR with the local police shall be construed to be an act of culpable negligence on the part of the institutional authority. The recommendations imply the role and responsibility of antiragging committee: 1. Principals‟. 3. 2007 in SLP No (s) 24295 of 2006 University of Kerala Vs Council. means and methods to prevent it. If any victim or his parent/guardian of ragging intends to file FIR directly with the police. that will not absolve the institutional authority from the requirement of filing the FIR. In the prospectus to be issued for admission by educational institutions. Colleges. 173/2006 and SLP(C) No. possible action that can be taken against those who indulge in it. Kerala & Ors (with SLP(C) No. (Crl) No. and action against offenders in the event of ragging. comply and to be vigilant to the departures in this directive of the court. it shall be clearly stipulated that in case the applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or if it is noticed later that he has indulged in ragging. Ragging needs to be perceived as failure to inculcate human values.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 committee is to uphold.P. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 37 of 193 pages . [Directives of the Supreme Court of India. The punishment to be meted out has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent against recurrence of such incidents.

are observed without exception and if it is noticed that there is any deviation. The Committee constituted pursuant to the order of this Court shall continue to monitor the functioning of the anti-ragging committees and the squads to be formed. M. 6. action can be taken. more particularly those noted above. 5. Ensure taking a signed undertaking from students in tune with the provisions of anti-ragging verdict by Hon‟ble Supreme Court ( the format.Sunitha Assistant Professor. V. 7. To ensure provision of a work and educational environment that is free from sexual harassment (Sexual harassment is defined by law from the perspective of the person who feels they have been harassed and it occurs if the person who feels they have been harassed feels offended. Science & Humanities Convener Member K. K. to see that the Committee's recommendations. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 38 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 of finding out whether they have taken effective steps for preventing ragging and in case of their failure. Murthy 2 3 4 Dr. humiliated. Role and responsibility of Anti-sexual harassment committee: 1.N.S. denial of any grant-inaid or assistance from the State Governments. Shylaja S S HOD. Any person aggrieved in this matter may fearlessly approach ANTI-SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE 1 Dr. They shall also monitor the implementation of the recommendations to which reference has been made above.S Chakravarthy Prof. Information Science & Member Engineering 5 Ms. for example. as the case may be. Electronics & Communication Engineering Member the committee for a fair and concerned hearing and redressal. Anti-ragging committees and squads shall be forthwith formed by the institutions and it shall be the job of the committee or the squad. or intimidated by the conduct and it is Ver. Mechanical Engineering HOD.Balasubramanya Principal and Director Chairman HOD.Narasimha Murthy Prof. the same shall be forthwith brought to the notice of this Court. as below) Goal: Prevention of sexual harassment should be improved to ensure that legal obligations are being met.

3. The policy outlines the Institute‟s key commitments and legal responsibilities and provides a definition of sexual harassment and behaviours that are not acceptable. 7. Obtain high level support from the chief executive officer and Principal & Director for implementing a comprehensive strategy: providing information to all staff and students about what constitutes sexual harassment and about their responsibility not to sexually harass other staff and students providing information and training to managers. or in a person's presence. June 2009 . in all the circumstances that the person who feels they have been harassed would feel offended. Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature includes oral or written statements of a sexual nature to a person. Regularly distribute and promote the policy at all levels of the organisation. unsolicited acts of physical intimacy. 2. The Institute shall have a Sexual Harassment Policy. Periodically review the policy to ensure it is operating effectively and contains up to date information. Conduct regular awareness raising sessions for all staff on sexual harassment issues. To take all reasonable steps (active and preventive in nature) to prevent the harassment occurring. Ensure that managers and supervisors discuss and reinforce the policy at staff meetings. unwelcome requests for sexual favours or other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature. 5. Display anti-sexual harassment posters on notice boards in common work areas and distribute relevant brochures. 6. supervisors and staff conducting teaching and learning activities on meeting their responsibilities in relation to maintaining a work and study environment free from sexual harassment 4. Ensure that complaints processes: NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 39 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space Ver. humiliated or intimidated).P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space reasonable. To address any oral/written complaint about: unwelcome sexual advances. Develop a written policy which prohibits sexual harassment. Complaints of sexual harassment are handled separately for staff and students under the Staff Complaints Policy and Sexual Harassment Complaints Resolution Procedures for students. Provide the policy and other relevant information on sexual harassment to new staff as a standard part of induction.

: without calling for quotations but after satisfying that the items purchased or services acquired are of requisite quality / specification and have been purchased from a reliable supplier at a reasonable cost.Ajoy Kumar Dr. give an undertaking that no employee will be victimised or disadvantaged for making a complaint. are based on the principles of natural justice. b. Engineering al: Purchase of items/services/goods/equipments on project funds and institute funds.000/.Raghupathy Professor. are explained to all employees. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 40 of 193 pages . timely and confidential. address complaints in a manner which is fair.000/.25.25.: Minimum 3 quotations are to be called for. Purchases up to Rs. Mechanical Member Go & Member & Member Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chairman Convener Ver. Purchases above Rs. medium and big expenditure utilizing either institute-fund or project grant funds. Jawahar Dr. PURCHASE COMMITTEE 1 2 Prof. provide clear guidance on internal investigation procedures and record keeping. D. Electronics Communication Engineering 5 Dr. K.Governing Body Professor. Role and responsibilities of Purchase Committee: Formulate a Purchase Procedure taking into consideration of small.100.Balasubramanya Murthy 3 4 Prof.Venkatesh Vadde Chief Operating Officer Member . Calling for quotations: a.and up to Rs.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 are clearly documented.V. offer both informal and formal options for resolution.000/.N.

as far as possible. The representatives of the firm may be allowed to be present on the specified date where substantial amount of Purchases is involved.00 lakh: Notice inviting quotations should be sent to minimum 6 firms as far as practicable. A Comparative Statement of the rates quoted by each firm is required to be prepared simultaneously.00 lakh/-: Quotations should be obtained by giving wide publicity in the local newspapers.10. in the quotation. (One or more news papers as situation may demand) in the classified column in respect of stores / consumables.000/-. tendering through websites system may also be resorted to in addition to news paper advertisement. In respect of scientific equipment and related items. Quotation. To ensure sound financial status.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space c. Such quotations should be obtained either from the manufacturers directly or authorized dealers / distributors who are registered with the Commercial Tax Department of the respective State (for VAT purpose) d. A list of quotations which are not considered for inclusion in the Comparative Statement is to be prepared duly recording the reason(s) for non inclusion. Dated initials of all the members present while opening the quotations should be obtained on each page of the quotation duly high lighting the corrections if any. a letter of authorization or dealership from the principal is required to be obtained. the manufacturer / suppliers are to be asked to mention in the quotation their valid Sales Tax / VAT / Service Tax / PAN registration references Opening of quotations and preparation of Comparative Statements a. Purchases above Rs. As soon as the last date for receipt of quotations is over. In cases where quotations are obtained from the agents.00. say above Rs.10. each envelope containing the quotations should be initialed and serially numbered and then opened by the purchase proposer ( to be invited by purchase committee) in the presence of two to three members (depending upon the value of quotation) (preferably from the PC).100.000/. d. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 41 of 193 pages .25. Purchases above Rs. e. b. should be called for from the original manufacturers / principals / reputed and regular dealers only.and up to Rs. Ver.

Validity of quotation should be sufficiently longer. Wherever discount has been offered. insurance. e. quotations received after the specified time of opening). are required to be noted in the comparative statement. When the quotations are under examination. This would facilitate comparison. keeping the following documents therein: Ver. the one who has quoted the lowest may be called for negotiation . (i) Basic rate of each item and the taxes. should not be considered. may be opened. place of delivery of articles..P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Following precautions are required to be taken while preparing a comparative statement. if felt necessary Documents required to be kept in any purchase proposal file: A neatly arranged and prepared file (not loose sheets). freight etc. Monetary value of all the items is to be included when arriving at net cost quoted. are required to be exhibited in the comparative statement. delayed quotations (i. (ii) Special conditions relating to payment. (v) Late quotations (i..e. no other authority should be allowed to make queries or call for reports or exercise any sort of influence. it may be indicated under the „total‟ column with a view to arrive at the net cost quoted. so that the proposal can be processed without any need for seeking re-validation. warranty. should also be recorded on the comparative statement. From among those suppliers meeting all the specifications prescribed by us. as it is improper and would lead to delays in taking correct decisions d. if any. say upto 60 days. any other charges etc. In case spares / attachments also are being purchased along with the main equipment.e. quotations received before the time of opening but after the due date and time of receipt of quotations) and post quotations offers. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 42 of 193 pages . (iv) Reasons / justification for rejecting the lowest quotations. (iii) The dated signatures of the officials preparing and checking the comparative statement are invariably required to be enfaced on the comparative statement. serially numbered. time schedule for supply. then separate column may be opened for these items. c.

a purchase order should be placed on the firm duly specifying the terms & conditions of the institute of the quotation by the indenter. signed by the proposer on each e) Purchase Proposal in the prescribed format. Each purchase order should be assigned a separate serial number in each financial year commencing from serial number one on 1 st April and ending the last serial number on the 31st March.Os will be reviewed at the end of 31 st March and report given to Accounts Section quantifying the out standings to account for them as O/S Liabilities in the Balance Sheet. A copy of the purchase order/work order/service order may be sent to Bills Section / Projects Section as the case may be so that while admitting the bill for payment. All proposals which require approval of the appropriate authorities (Heads of Department. the indenting official shall take steps for installation and commissioning. The unpaid P. they may be linked with the P.O. c. Comparative Statement(s) – pre-negotiation and post-negotiation. b.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space a) b) c) d) e) Notice inviting quotations / tenders and / or a report of survey conducted. Copy of „in principle approval‟. A review of pending purchase orders should be made periodically and necessary follow up action taken with the firms concerned for expediting the supplies. Principal etc. Acknowledgement of purchase order is to be obtained from the party. duly obtaining the signatures of the PC members (wherever required) Placing Purchase Orders: a. and make an endorsement as paid & cancelled. For this purpose a purchase Order Register should be maintained. are required to be submitted to them duly complying the formalities a. Maintenance of a purchase Order Register is mandatory and Internal Audit should ensure about it.) Empowered to sanction the expenditure. Receipt of the equipment etc. As soon as approval of the appropriate authority is obtained for purchase of the articles etc from a particular firm. suitable entries in the Assets Registers (in respect of durable and long life items) or in the Stock Ver. Upon satisfactory commissioning. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 43 of 193 pages . if available Quotations / bids received (all in original) Report of the Technical committee (in the case of two-bid system).

Facilitate growth of research activity in the Faculty. Advise the Dean R & D on all Faculty matters relating to Research and Research of Higher Degree students. C. e. d.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Register (in respect of consumable items) shall be made. 4. and the growth of local.N. 5. Information Member Science & Engineering 4 Dr. The F&A should send a copy of the cheque forwarding memo to the user department to update the Bills Register. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 44 of 193 pages Mechanical Member .Balasubramanya Murthy Dr. RESEARCH COMMITTEE 1 2 Dr. S. Research Chairman & Convener Development 3 Dr. 2. improvements in the quality and impact of that research. Natarajan Professor. 3. Develop and coordinate strategies for maximising the Faculty‟s success in gaining external research funding. so that the stock register is periodically updated by the School Office on receipt of the same. coordinate and plan the development of research infrastructure across the Faculty. These details are required to be noted on the back side of the invoice / bill with proper attestation bearing full signature with date and stamp. national and international research collaborations. Facilitation and promotion of the development of strategic direction of research within the Faculty. Develop and maintain.A.Srinivas Principal and Director Dean .S. Role and responsibilities of Research Committee 1. Members to Chair the Faculty‟s Research Committee (departmental / institutional) and ensure regular communication among the Faculty‟s Research Ver.Ramesh Professor. As regards the purchase for Projects by the respective Project Investigators. Engineering Goal: Promotion of Research culture. including developing mechanisms and targets to achieve this. K. a copy of the purchase order and invoice may be marked to the Head/Principal.

Represent the Faculty on appropriate University Committees. working parties and review teams e. BOARD OF APPOINTMENTS AND PERFORMANCE REVIEW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Prof.Balasubramanya Murthy Prof. report or thesis is produced.Seetharamu Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chairman Convener Member . 7.Ajoy Kumar Dr.Thermal Engineering Professor – Thermal Engineering Member Member Member Member Ver. Explore student/faculty exchange programs with national and international research institutes 13. 8. D.K.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Higher Degree coordinators wherever research that could lead to dissertation.N. Strive for high research conduction and planning activities and promote research culture across the institute.R.Seetharam Dr. Assume the responsibility for the establishment of policy and procedures for the allocation of funds in those areas specified by the Research Dean in consultation with Principal & Director of the Institute. 14. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 45 of 193 pages . 11.N.T. including external funding opportunities. University Research Committee.J. Evolve institutional policy of PhD admission/evaluation criteria 12. industries and with parties abroad.K.Suresh Dr. in the professions and in relevant industries. 15.Jayaraj Dr. 6.g. Develop strategies to foster research collaborations within the Faculty. Formulate faculty incentive provisions with respect to article publications in peerreviewed journals.Governing Body Member VTU-Nominee VTU-Nominee Chair Professor. Assume responsibility for the evaluation of Faculty applications for internal faculty funding research project schemes. Maintain and disseminate current information about relevant research policy areas and initiatives in government (state and central). across Faculties and Institutes. K. 10. Promote/ encourage faculty-student research leading to obtain patents. 9. Jawahar Dr.

e. provides for the growth and development of the employee.). In doing so. b. provide the review. Review of Annual Performance Summary Report The Board shall review will review the annual performance summary report prepared by the faculty being reviewed and assess the work and progress toward goals. d. f. Central Personnel File The board will forward a copy of the employee‟s completed performance review to the Office Establishment for inclusion in the employee‟s personnel file. review a. and addresses substandard performance. The board shall be responsible for Conducting the annual performance Ver. c. Preparation of Written Evaluation The board will prepare a written evaluation regarding the performance of the faculty being reviewed. and discuss review points. Performance Feedback from Others The board might seek feedback regarding the faculty‟s performance from others as appropriate. Role and responsibility of board of appointments and performance review 1. appropriately recognizes and rewards exemplary performance (promotions.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Goal: Performance management system for academic professional and administrative (Personnel – Faculty: Technical & non-technical & Administration) employees that is delivered in a manner that is appropriate to the nature of the work. Discussion of Next Year’s Goals and Areas for Growth The board will engage the employee in a discussion of expectations and goals for the coming year and areas for professional growth. etc. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 46 of 193 pages . ensure that procedures are consistent for all faculty in the department unless special circumstances exist. Meeting with the faculty The board will meet with the faculty.

Providing one basis upon which salary increases are determined. policies and procedures. 9. The advertisement is published at local and national level. 2. Recruitment Procedure:      The approval to the sanctioned posts is first taken from the university Approval from university is then taken for publishing the advertisement to invite applications. as a function of performance evaluation. 8. Making decisions. guiding. June 2009 . and other methods. 3. Dealing with substandard performance. as appropriate. recruitment and promotional policies etc (5) (List of the published rules. awareness among the employees /students. The board shall evolve Performance Management Evaluation and Evaluators’ Space Development System A. 6. Conducting an annual review of employee performance with written documentation.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 2. and 10. Measuring the degree to which expectations are met. Selection committee duly appointed by management conducts the interviews. Recognizing and rewarding performance. NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 47 of 193 pages Ver. availability on web etc) The rules and policies regarding recruitment and promotion are as per AICTE and University norms.2. Components: Critical components of the Institute's performance management system include: 1. The eligible and selected candidate names are recommended for approval. I-I. Additional increments are given to staff members who excel in academics and research. Encouraging. The AICTE pay scales are implemented.2 Defined rules. coaching. 7. 4. procedures. 5. Communicating performance expectations to individual employees. year of publications. Addressing areas needing improvement through training. Assisting employees in connecting their objectives to the Institute‟s overall mission through goal setting. and supporting individual development plans.

K Professor. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011  The appointment is done after the due approval from the management.2. Department of Member & Member Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chairman Member Computer Science & Engineering 5 Dr.N.Balasubramanya Murthy 3 Prof Ajoy Kumar Chief Operating Officer Member .Krishnamurthy Dean –Continuing Education Member of Governing Body Dean-Academic affairs Member Member Convener Page 48 of 193 pages K.Koshy George Professor . Evaluators’ Space I-I.R.J. S S Patil Dr.Balasubramanya Ver.3 Decentralization in working and grievance addressal system (5) Decentralization in working: List of faculty members who are administrators/decision makers for various assigned jobs: # NAME DEPARTMENT ROLE PLANNING AND EVALUATION COMMITTEE 1 2 Prof D Jawahar Dr.Suryaprasad Prof.Keshavan.N.Balasubramanya Principal and Director Chairman Convener Member Member Member Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chairman Member K.B. Department of Convener Telecommunication Engineering GRIEVANCE APPEAL COMMITTEE 1 Dr Murthy 2 3 Dr.K.Governing Body 4 Dr Kavi Mahesh Professor.Jawahar Dr Murthy 3 4 5 Prof. Mechanical Engineering HOD Electrical Engineering & Dean-Evaluation EXAMINATION COMMITTEE 1 2 Prof.Nitin V Pujari Dr.Vasudevan Iyer Prof.D.N.V.Governing Body 4 5 Prof.Ajoy Kumar Assistant Professor Physics Chief Operating Officer & Member .

V Krishnamurthy Prof.D Jawahar Dr Murthy 3 4 Ms.Balasubramanya Chief Executive Officer Dean – Admissions Principal & Director Chairman Convener Member LIBRARY COMMITTEE 1 2 Prof.Academic Affairs Professor . Physics Professor – Electronics & Member Member Member K.R.Governing Body Member Member K.Balasubramanya Principal & Director Chairman Communication EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 1 2 3 Prof.Kishore T Kashyap Librarian Professor . Murthy 4 5 Dr.N.Vinay Director (Sports) Member Member Chairman Convener Member Ver.Ajoy Kumar Prof.Krishna Associate Professor – Mechanical Engineering 5 Mr.K Chidambara Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 49 of 193 pages .Raju Gubbi Dean .N.S.Gayathri Sen Dr. Computer Science Associate Professor – Mechanical Engineering 4 Mr.Seetharam Prof.M.M V Sathanarayana Chair ProfessorThermal Engineering Member .K S Rohini Dr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space ADMISSION COMMITTEE 1 2 3 Prof D Jawahar Mr.Balasubramanya Chief Executive Officer Principal & Director Chairman Member STUDENT WELFARE COMMITTEE 1 Dr.N.Rahul Parmar Dr. Mechanical Engineering Convener Member K.Governing Body Professor .V.V.Satish COO & Member .T.S. Murthy 2 3 4 Dr.

Mathematics Member Member ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 1 Dr Murthy 2 Dr. Electronics Member Convener Member Member K.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space ACADEMIC AUDIT COMMITTEE 1 Dr Murthy 2 Prof. C.Anuradha HOD – Telecommunication Convener K.Balasubramanya Principal & Director Chairman and Communication Engineering PURCHASE COMMITTEE 1 2 Prof. S S Shylaja HOD – Mechanical Engineering HOD – Science & Humanities HOD – Information Science and Engineering 5 Ms.Srikrishna Professor – Master of Computer Convener Applications 3 Mr.N. Srinivas R Assistant Professor – Master of Member Computer Applications 4 5 Mr. T S Seetharaman Mr.M.Jawahar Dr Murthy 3 Prof.Sunitha Assistant Professor. M.S.N.A.Balasubramanya Principal & Director Chairman Engineering 3 4 Dr.Vinay Warden – Boys Hostel Sports Director Member Member K.Saumya Adikhari Ms. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 50 of 193 pages . V S Chakravarthy Prof.Balasubramanya Chief Executive Officer Principal & Director Chairman Convener Ver.D.N.S.Geetha Shankar Professor –Telecommunication Assistant Professor .Governing Body Member K. M. Ajoy Kumar COO & Member .V.Balasubramanya Principal & Director Chairman ANTI-SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE 1 Dr Murthy 2 3 4 Dr.K Narashimha Murthy Prof.N.

Governing Body VTU-Nominee VTU-Nominee Chair ProfessorThermal Engineering Professor– Thermal Engineering Member Member Member Member Member K. T.pes.S. R. J K Suresh Dr.N.Venkatesh Vadde Professor – – Electronics and Member Communication Engineering 5 Dr. K.R. The institute and programme specific information is made available to all aspirants through the web-site.N.Balasubramanya Principal & Director Chairman Mechanical Member I-I.2.V Raghupathy Professor Engineering RESEARCH COMMITTEE 1 Dr.Srinivas Dr. The web-site URL is: www. Murthy 2 3 Dr. Jayaraj Dr.edu Ver.Ramesh Professor Engineering 5 Dr. Ajoy Kumar Dr.Muralishankar Professor – Telecommunication Engineering BOARD OF APPOINTMENTS AND PERFORMANCE REVIEW 1 2 Prof D Jawahar Dr Murthy 3 4 5 6 7 Prof.4 Transparency and availability of correct/unambiguous information (5) Dissemination and Availability of institute/program specific information through the web: The institute has hosted its own website which is updated as and when required. S.Balasubramanya Chief Executive Officer Principal and Director Chairman Convener Member – Mechanical Member Convener Member K. A.Seetharam Dr. C.N.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 4 Dr.Seetharamu Member .Natarajan Dean – Research & Development Professor – Information Science and Engineering 4 Dr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 51 of 193 pages .

vehicle M & R.1 Library space and ambience. timings and usage (5) Reading Space # of Seats in reading space: 250 Carpet area of Lib.4. 3.4. issue/return records ? Bar-coding used? Lib services on internet/intranet? INDEST or other similar membership ?specify Ver. 12 Yes Yes Yes Yes Page 52 of 193 pages Computerization for search.4 Library (25) 440 400 300 I-I. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . telephone. indexing.2 Availability of a qualified librarian and other staff.065 sqm 750sqm # of Users (Reading 250 per day # of Users (issue book) 500 per day space) Timings: Academic Working day 8 am to 6 am Academic Weekend 8 am to 12 pm Vacation 8 am to 8 pm I-I. networking (5) # of Lib. electricity. online access. Staff 20 # of Lib.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I. Library automation. Staff with Degree in Lib. Lakhs) Item Acquisition of land and new buildings and infrastructural built-up Library Laboratory Equipment Laboratory Consumables Teaching and NonBudgeted in CFY 45 50 360 1300 Expenses in CFYm1 40 50 330 1200 Expenses in CFYm2 30 40 300 1100 - teaching staff salary Travel Others (building rent.3 Budget allocation and its utilization (10) (Summary of current financial year‟s budget and the actual expenditures incurred (exclusively for the College/Institute) for three preceding financial years) (Figures in Rs. affiliation fees. hospitality and miscellaneous) I-I.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I.4. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 53 of 193 pages .4 Journal subscription and internationally acclaimed titles (5) # of Technical Items Magazines / Periodicals CFYm2[2007-08] CFYm1[2008-09] CFY[2009-10] 212 206 211 In hard copy 104 103 111 In Soft copy 1532 1532 1532 # of Total Technical Journals subscribed Internationally acclaimed titles in (originals.1 Core laboratories (Adequacy of space. laboratory manuals.5 Academic support units and common facilities for FIRST YEAR Courses (20) I-I. quality and availability of measuring instruments. contents? If available.3 Variety of titles and the volumes per title (5) # of Titles ___________________ # of Volumes ___________________ # of New Items Titles added CFYm2[2007-08] CFYm1[2008-09] CFY[2009-10] 1859 2893 2796 # of New Editions added ------# of New Volumes added 4086 5210 4999 I-I.5.4. # of Courses Availability of an exclusive server ? Availability over intranet/internet ? Availability of exclusive space/room ? # of Users # of Books 91 Yes Yes Yes 50 per day Yes Any other ? I-I. reprints) ---- I-I.5 Digital library (5) Availability of Digital Lib. list of experiments) (10) Ver.4. number of students per batch.

Lab-view. J-Creator.5. of equipments and measuring instruments to carry out all prescribed experiments. Flash. ETAP. Auto-CAD. I-I. ANSYS. Financial accounting system.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Core Lab Description Physics Chemistry Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory Basic Electronics Engineering Laboratory Concepts of Computer Programming Laboratory Space (sq. CATIA V5. of Students 180/33 220/33 No. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 54 of 193 pages . Linux. (RHCE4). of experiments 10 12 10 Quality of instruments* Good Good Good Lab manuals Available Available Available 200/33 153/33 12 Good Available 220/33 10 Good Available *All labs have sufficient no. Turbo C++. IBM Rational Suite. All equipments are maintained in good working conditions.2 Central computing laboratory (4) Computing Lab Central Computing Facility Space (sq. Vista. academic monitoring system Ver.m) /No.m) No. Application SWs: MATLAB. Dot Net. Novell Netware ETC. Xilinx. of Computers Variety of SWs System and Usage/Timings Lab Assistance 310 100 Application 9 AM to 10 PM Available System SWs: Windows XP.

Students of experiments of Quality instruments of Lab Manuals Mechanical Engineering Science practice 200/26 6 Good Provided I-I. study is I-I.5.3 Manufacturing practices laboratory (4) Lab Description Space Sq mts No.5. Lab manuals are provided.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I.4 Language laboratory (2) Language Lab Language Laboratory Space/No Students 60/20 Type of experiments Phonetics Grammar Conversations Group Discussion Personal Interviews Public Speaking Telephonic Skills Letter Writing and Curriculum Writing Reporting Soft Skills Vitae Quality of instructions Demonstration of background Visualization through visuals Performance audiothe Guidance/ Learning Basic material provided. Optional software.6 Internet (5) Internet Provider: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Band-Width: 100 Mbps Access Speed: Ver. June 2009 Poor Good Excellent Page 55 of 193 pages NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . /No.

From publishing the news letter to running the student council and other associations.1 Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. fostering collaboration and cooperation. performing arts. Co-curricular activities: Each year there is an abundance of stimulating programs and activities from which students may select. NCC/ NSS. our students continue to apply what they learn in the classroom to enhance their knowledge and performance. and learn teamwork. offering students additional avenues in which to explore their talents. Field trips. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 56 of 193 pages .7 Co-curricular and extracurricular activities (10) I-I. Most of these activities are suggested by the students themselves. All PESIT students participate in a widerange of activities which currently include the production of weekly news letter. Besides curricular activities. Participating in co-curricular activities.g.. cultural activities etc. e. This is normally done by students associations and student chapters. these opportunities for involvement are an integral part of college life. (5) Not all learning at PESIT is confined to the classroom.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Availability: Availability in an exclusive lab for internet use: Availability in most computing labs: Availability in departments and other units: Availability in faculty rooms: Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No I-I. the PESIT students are always engaged in developing a dynamic culture. cultivate leadership skills. co-curricular and extracurricular activities provide opportunities for students to explore new fields of interest. participation in programming and quiz contests and paper presentation contests.7. students are engaged in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. passions and interests. Broadly known as co-curricular activities. for provocative and important use of their out of classroom time. Ver.

Training programmes are arranged from various professional trainers. Industrial visits are arranged every semester for the students to get acquainted with the industrial environment.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space As a part of co-curricular activities. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 57 of 193 pages . campus placements and information on various entrance examinations for PG admissions. paper presentation contest. Basket ball. The details are given in Table below. Sports Sports week “Infini” is celebrated by organizing intercollegiate sports events like Long Jump. Volleyball. Chess. Every year institute arranges national level and university level paper presentation contest and project competitions. Cricket. and Carom and winners are awarded medals on Annual Day. Table Tennis. Events conducted Atmatrisha Prakalpa Ninanada Infini Sanskriti Manage Science Fest Extended Week Day activities Extra Curricular Activities: Activities undertaken throughout the year: Publication of news letter PESIT students publish a newsletter with the objective of establishing connectivity among the students of University. project exhibitions and robotic competitions are organized in the institution and students are encouraged to participate in such events. Guest lectures of entrepreneurs are arranged for the motivation of the students. quiz contests. Ver. The newsletter focuses on the current happenings in the world.

and Carom etc.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Performing Arts Every year. they are paid daily allowances and travelling expenses. They participate in inter collegiate and inter University matches. There are well equipped gym and sports kits. Other Activities Personality Development and Yoga/Meditation are held to enlighten the students about a spiritual part of growth in themselves.2 Sports grounds and facilities (5) The institution has a huge sports ground. mimicry. Cricket. Institute sport ground has following facilities: Cricket ground Volleyball court Football ground Basket ball court [Indoor & Outdoor] Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 58 of 193 pages . Volleyball. and dance are arranged. Chess. Various events like singing. technical articles. monoacting. Students are encouraged to participate in various zonal and inter-zonal tournaments. a cultural programme named “Samskriti” is held to encourage students to participate in performing arts. playing musical instruments. Mountaineering is held for interested students during vacation.7. drama. Annual Sports Meet is celebrated every year with various sports events like Long Jump. Students are provided with various sports kits and equipments. Table Tennis. AdventureActivities Adventure activities such as Trekking. This program is very useful to bring out latent talent of students. I-I. Literary activities In order to encourage students to participate in literary activities. painting and photography skills. Such activities are held on a regular basis that ensures in the holistic development in the students. the institute publishes annual magazine Eclat that provides students an opportunity to express their feelings and showcase their hidden talents in variety of fields like writing articles and poems.

a well qualified physical education Director is appointed. The Institute is working towards enhancing the institutional culture to better serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community. The various equipments available are listed below: S. and post-graduate studies. We provide individual counseling through scheduled appointments. The institute has a well equipped gym facility. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Equipment Nine Station Multi-gym Squat Machine Smith Machine T – Bar Seated Calf Machine Abdominal Machine Incline Bench Decline Bench Flat Bench H-Bar Triceps Bar QTY 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 I-I. we spend a considerable amount of time talking with students about their goals. To that end.8 Career guidance. placement and Entrepreneurship cell (15) I-I. Training. concerns.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Granite Chess Park Indoor shuttle courts Table Tennis Gymnasium To manage all sport activities. PESIT offers career guidance on all aspects of career planning.1 Effective career guidance services including counseling for higher studies (5) An important part of the mission of the Institute is to improve the quality of the graduate student experience.8. job searching. In career services. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 59 of 193 pages . N. we work with students and alumni towards the following goals: Ver. and suggestions for improving their experience.

professional prestige. The institute library is resourced with up-to-date resources on career fields. and/or balancing family and work. We encourage students to appear for GATE and other such examinations and provide special guidance.P E S Institute of Technology    Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Broad exploration of various career options Pursuing post graduate studies Finding work that is consonant with one‟s values. Employers often visit our campus to speak with students in small groups. substantial databases of jobs. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 60 of 193 pages . more manageable ones to avoid becoming overwhelmed. We bring alumni to campus to participate in seminars on career fields and postgraduate study. We encourage students to try new techniques and expand their skills. We run on-campus recruiting program through which employers come to represent their organizations to our students. and we also manage a network of alumni career advisors who have agreed to talk to our students. intellectual challenge. Assisting students with the application process to post-graduate and professional schools. such as long-term economic stability. Share a less-thansuccessful experience of your own and what it taught you. working toward a sustainable environment. and help students prepare for their job search through assistance with resumes and interviewing practice. Ver. Sometimes the sessions are planned for students participating in on-campus recruiting programmes. These goals are achieved through following: Maintain i. as well as interview them for permanent positions. reviewing personal statements. postgraduate programs and information on potential employers. including advising on optimal application strategies. We let students know that mistakes lead to better learning. part-time and full-time post-graduate programmes.e. We teach students how to break large scholarly tasks into smaller. We reassure students of their skills and abilities to succeed.

communication skills with help of HRD Committee. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 61 of 193 pages . The activities of the Cell Includes: Strengthen Industry-Institute Interaction. To prepare a comprehensive list of industries. before the start of the first tier one placements. To prepare alumni records and update them. Profiling sessions are held over a course of two months. To make facilities available for the smooth conduct of interviews by visiting industry personnel. To arrange Alumni meet twice every year on Jan 26th & Aug 15th. The whole process is held in two phases. The first phase is a precursor to the tier three placements {for the companies offering packages below three lakhs per annum). Later a mock group discussion involving volunteers from this list and mock interviews for the top ten students are conducted. industry interaction for training/internship/placement (5) The Institute has established a Training and Placement Cell headed by Training and Placement Officer of Assistant Professor Grade. in the presence of the rest of the students. the students are profiled individually. a vocabulary test. An aptitude test. top hundred students are listed. These are held after the college hours on weekdays and through the day during weekends. The sessions are around five hours each. This phase started with a string of written tests. To conduct programmes for students in areas like personality development. Based on the results of this test. To visit industries frequently to explore possibilities of students recruitment through campus interviews To prepare list of students along with bio-data eligible for various interviews. This process was first held for the students of the 2002-2006 graduating batch. As a part of this phase. handling around two to ten students. PRE-PLACEMENT ACTIVITY PROFILING This is a unique initiative by the Departments aimed at preparing the students for their placements. To help students to get vocational training in industries during vacation.2 Training and placement facility with training-n-placement officer (TPO).8. The sessions Ver. and a psychometric test is conducted initially.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I. and each session involves the HOD.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space starts with a brief icebreaking session and then later goes on to assess the students. The students are first carried through sessions that dealt with key points in various subjects and then the students are interviewed on the same topics. thus helping in deciding the type of companies that he or she has to aspire for. during the semester holidays after the sixth semester. a three hour test to review the performance of each student will be conducted. At the end of the semester. the buddies of each final year student will be given tests in aptitude and English. This process is carried out after a substantial number of students are placed in tier one companies.final year for placements. in the initial months. A very comprehensive plan will be drawn to achieve these aims. The second phase is mainly aimed at addressing the tier two placements (for companies offering compensation of three to five lakhs per annum). The even semesters will concentrate more on addressing the technical capabilities of the students. This phase is spearheaded by the KRPs . The process will also help each student identifying his or her area of interest. These will be conducted under the guidance of the able faculties of the department. Also they will be prepared by their buddies to face interviews and to participate in group discussions. BUDDY SYSTEM This system is another unique initiative by the PESIT to prepare the students for the placements. Thus. To increase the interaction among senior and junior students in a constructive manner. in a way that will benefit both. The odd semester is usually been devoted mainly to address the aptitude. and ends with interviews to the individual students. The sessions end with a review of the students' performance and a general advice regarding areas of improvement and study materials. Ver. The system consists of volunteers from among the final year students. The main objectives of this system are: To conduct the profiling session for an extended period of time of one year and thus identify various strong points of each student to develop them and identify various shortcomings of the students to eliminate them. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 62 of 193 pages . The volunteers will be divided into groups of two and each group has been assigned the responsibility of mentoring six to eight students. giving tips regarding the placements. who mentor the students of pre . vocabulary and human resource aspects of a placement. The buddy system also hopes to help the students interact with each other in such a way that they lead to new ideas that may develop into projects and papers.

subject experts and mentors to provide an ecosystem that will help students understand the processes and policies related to commercializing their business plans. why's. and Internet connectivity etc. it is the policy goal of our institute to develop a culture of entrepreneurial thinking. Impart the hand holding support that most start-ups need. however. The aim is to nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship among talented and ambitious students. communication systems. access funding. in recent years. to think and act like entrepreneur. Professional Mentoring and Business Advice: The incubation centre would enable students to reshape their business plans to commercial models and to make it a success. venture capitalist. mentoring among other activities which are vital to setting up and sustain a business. to propel ideas and to network. The Entrepreneurship and Incubation centre at PESIT fosters creativity and offers support in translating ideas to businesses. methodology.3 Entrepreneurship cell and incubation facility (5) Entrepreneurs assemble resources including innovations. to encourage students and help them draw on a bigger canvas and facilitate sources of funding for their projects. to enable them to move forward and experiment with business models. Alumni. the term has been extended to include social and political forms of entrepreneurial activity. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 63 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I. finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods. This may result in new organizations or may be part of revitalizing mature organizations in response to a perceived opportunity. printers. The most obvious form of entrepreneurship is that of starting new businesses. This centre will bring together student innovators. This is done by integrating entrepreneurship into education system. The centre would help students: To look in to the procedures. The Incubation Centre also has connections with organizations and individuals. computers. Provide valuable management and consultancy advice that they will almost certainly need to guide them through the entire how's. It provides a business environment. The Incubation Centre offers on-site business facilities to aid entrepreneurship among students. what's and when's of business. The facilities on campus include office space. entrepreneurs.8. Given entrepreneurship's potential to support economic growth. bankers. It also provides a meeting room for discussion. Ver.

 MCBs are used at all electrical installations. those using hazardous chemicals. (Total 10)  Non-combustible materials used for construction and staircase walls with minimum 2h rating. 4) Electrical equipments:  Electricity Generator housed out of institute building.) and other critical installations.  Exit signs and floor indication boards are fixed at strategic locations.) 1) Earthquake resistance: The building has been designed to resist earthquake (ductility provisions) 2) Fire Safety norms and Checks: As per Indian standard code (IS 14435: 1997) the building complies with following norms  Sufficient fire extinguishers are provided.  List of Do‟s and Don‟ts displayed for student‟s information.7 m and 4. high voltages etc.g.  Posters for proper use are displayed. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 64 of 193 pages . Fire extinguisher is provided.9 Safety norms and checks (5) (Specify how safety norms and checks carried out in buildings.  It has been made mandatory to wear aprons.  All passageways are 3 m wide and staircase width is minimum 1.8 m. Ver.  Separate room for storing and preparing of hazardous chemicals. Comment on how checks are conducted and how frequently are these carried out. laboratories (e. 3) Chemistry Laboratory:  Eye flush equipment.  Safe disposal of chemicals.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space I-I.  Sufficient Earth connections are provided ( 3 for institute building and 2 for workshop) 5) Workshops:  All rotating part machines are provided with protective guards.

Ver. Discharge of waste chemicals is done only after pH neutralization Earthings are checked for conductivity.1 Evaluation system (40) II-I. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 65 of 193 pages . Frequency Half Yearly Quarterly 2 3 - 4 5 Annually I-I. N.10. The start and end of each semester is prescribed by the university. the internal evaluation schedule and the tentative schedule of external evaluation.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space CHECKS ON SAFETY NORMS S.1 Medical staff to provide first-aid and medical help in emergency: Criterion II: Evaluation and Teaching-Learning Process II-I.1 Published schedule in academic calendar for assignments/mid-semester tests. The activity calendar shows the start and end of each semester stating various programmes to be conducted. 1 Details of Check All electrical equipments and installations are checked at start of semester All electrical & mechanical machines are inspected at start & mid semester Fire extinguishers are recharged after expiry date of constituents.1.10 Emergency medical care and first-aid (10) I-I. distribution of corrected scripts (10) Academic Calendar: Academic calendar is prepared and published prior to beginning of each academic year.

Nov Nov 8 Q 15 Session: Aug’10 – Jan’11 No. 12. 4. Sept 6 3.E. 9. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 66 of 193 pages . Aug/Sept 30 2. of working Activities Fri Sat days 31 3 4th – Thur 1 2 4 6 EWD FAM TT 10th – Ramzan 7 10 11 8 9 4 11th – EWD H H Ganesh Chaturthi 14 18th . Oct 11 T1 8.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space P. Nov 1 H 11. C A L E N D A R O F E V E N T S BE – I Semester (Autonomous Scheme) Day Week Month No Mon Tue Wed Thu 1. Sept Sept Sept/Oct Oct 13 20 27 4 7.S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.Wed 15 16 17 18 6 EWD TT 21 25 25th – Mon 22 23 24 6 EWD PTM TT 28 29 2 2nd – Gandhi 30 1 5 EWD CCM H Jayanthi 7th – 7 5 6 8 9 4 Mahalaya H Amavasya T1 – Test 1 week(10th – 12 13 14 15 16 15th Oct) 5 T1 T1 T1 T1 H 16th – Ayudha Pooja 19 20 21 22 23rd – Mon 23 6 EWD BBV BBV BBV TT 26 29 30th – Wed 27 28 30 6 EWD ASD TT 1st – Kannada 2 3 5 4 6 3 Rajyotsava EWD CCM H 5th – Naraka Chaturdashi 9 13 13th – Fri TT 10 11 12 Q Q 6 Q – Quiz Q Q Q EWD PTM week 17 18 19 17th – Bakrid 16 20 5 H QPV QPV 20th – Fri TT Ver. BANGALORE-85. 5. Oct Oct 18 25 10. 6.

Dec Dec/Jan Jan 20 27 3 21 28 4 23 30 6 24 31 7 H : Holiday BBV: Blue Book Verification (3.45 to 4.Test2 week Withdr awal of Courses Study holidays IOH. Dec 13 14 18 IOH 25 H 1 8 17.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 13. Nov/ Dec Dec 5 5 16. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 67 of 193 pages . 18. Nov 22 29 T2 6 23 30 T2 7 BBV 24 H 1 T2 8 BB V 15 FAS D 22 29 5 25 2 T2 9 BB V 16 IOH 26 FAM 3 T2 10 LW D 17 H 27 4 T2 11 4 24th – Kanakadas Jayanthi T2.Issue of Hall Tickets Theory Exams 25th – Chrismas Practic al Exams 14. 15. 19.45PM) EWD: Extended Working Day FAM: Faculty Advisors‟ Meeting PTM: Parents Teachers meet QPV: Quiz Paper Verification CCM: Class Committee Meeting LWD: Last working Day ASD: Attendance & Sessional marks display FASD: Final attendance & Sessional marks display PTM: Parents Teachers Meet Ver.

Jan 17 18 19 20 21 FA M 22 5 2. Jan 24 3.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space P. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 68 of 193 pages . IV.E. Mar 19 26 PT M 2 5 Mar Mar/A pr 21 23 24 5 11. course registration – Republic 3 10 4 11 18 CC M 25 5 5 1st – Wed TT Course withdrawal 12th. 13th –Aatma Trisha 16th – Id-Milad 19th – Science Fest 9 16 H 23 17 19 4 24 26 5 T1 – Test1 2nd Mahashivar atri 7. 28 T1 7 BBV 14 2 H 9 BB V 16 3 T1 10 BB V 17 4 T1 11 ASD 18 CC M 25 1 CC M 5 T1 5 8. of wor king days Activities 17th 1. Mar 12 5 9. VI Semester (Autonomous scheme) Day Wee k No Mont h Mon Tue We d Thu Fri Sat Session: Jan – May 2011 No. 4. Feb 31 Feb 7 5. C A L E N D A R O F EV E N T S BE II. 28 30 31 5 Ver.S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 10. Feb 14 6. Feb Feb/M ar 21 25 EW D 1 EW D 8 EW D 15 EW D 22 EW D 1 T1 8 EW D 15 EW D 22 EW D 29 EW D 26 H 2 27 28 29 5 PT M 12 4 26th day Commence ment of classes. BANGALORE-85.

30. 19. 20. Apr 11 LT 12 LT 13 LT 14 H 15 CH 16 H 3 14. 26. 18. 27.Lab Test (during respective lab sessions) T2 – Test 2 and Quiz 22nd – Good Friday LWDLast Working Day Study Holidays IOH – Issue of Hall Tickets 6th – Basava Jayanthi Theory Exams Practical Exams/Seminar for special topics 30th May to 11th June-vacation 8th Announcement of Results 9th – 11th Registration for summer term 13th Commencement of Summer term 13th June to 12th Aug – Mandatory training for non summer term students Exams and Evaluation Page 69 of 193 pages 17. Apr 4 H 5 EWD 6 FA M 7 LT 8 LT 9 5 13. 25. 23. Apr 18 T2 25 19 T2 26 20 T2 27 BBV 4 FAS D 11 18 25 1 8 AO R 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 21 T2 28 BBV 5 IOH 12 19 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 22 H 29 LWD 6 H 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 23 T 2 30 7 I O H 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 5 15. May May May May/Ju ne June June June June/Ju ly July July July July Aug Aug 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 4 11 18 25 1 8 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 5 12 19 26 2 9 Ver. Apr 5 16.Lab Test (during respective lab sessions) 14thDr. 24. 28. 22. 21. Ambedkar Jayanthi 15t Compensatory Holiday 16th Mahaveer Jayanti LT.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space 12. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . May 2 3 4th Chandramana Ugadi LT . 29.

rationale. Sample lesson plan Proforma: PES Institute of Technology Department of …….2 Maintenance of Course files – class deliveries and their closeness and mapping with Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (15) (Produce sample (best and average quality) course files. there may be a provision of teaching additional topics and supplementary tests/examinations in order to achieve the identified PEOs. handouts showing course deliveries mapped with the identified PEOs. A sample lesson plan Proforma is given below. The course file consists of following items. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 70 of 193 pages . LESSON PLAN Ver. In case of an affiliated college. Computerized academic monitoring system is in place.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space II-I.) Departmental Central academic monitoring cells are formed to monitor the maintenance of course files and class deliveries. This exercise is aimed at to assess the provision and ability of the college to do the above in order to achieve the stated PEOs. This cell is headed by HOD and class monitors for each class are the members of the cell. Maintenance of Course Files: For each course. a course file is prepared by the concerned faculty. Teaching plan: Teaching plans for each and every course are prepared by the faculty. The course objectives are defined for each course in line with the PEOs. Lesson plan: Lesson plans are prepared for each lecture in the teaching plan. learning outcomes and the assessment of outcomes. Whole syllabus is divided into eight equal units and 52 lectures as per the teaching scheme prescribed by the university. The lesson plan encompasses the aim.1. This cell provides the guidelines for preparation of course files. planning of weekly tests and maintenance of attendance records.

lab sheets. Reference Books: 1.1. 2.Hours/Week: 4 Cumulative of Classes Syllabus Covered syllabus covered in % 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-35 36-42 43-49 50-56 Text Books: 1. there may be a provision of additional/supplementary tests/examinations to examine the additional subject Ver. 2. Question Bank 3 Marks questions 7 Marks questions 10 Marks questions II-I.5 100 .3 Quality of problems in assignments/tests/semester examinations and their closeness and mapping with Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (15) Produce sample (best and average quality) assignment sheets. In case of an affiliated college.5 25 37. test/examination question papers along with model solutions to assess how the PEOs are achieved by examining students‟ knowledge through assignments and examinations.5 50 62. No. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 71 of 193 pages Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Module 6 Module 7 Module 8 12.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Course Code: Course Title: Course Coordinator: Prof.5 75 87.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 72 of 193 pages . II-I. The student attendance along with test performance is communicated to parents by the monitoring cell. Academic diaries are provided to maintain the attendance record for each theory/ laboratory course and the performance of students in tests. class deliveries and assessment is monitored by the monitoring cell. test/examination question papers along with model solutions to assess how the PEOs are achieved by examining students‟ knowledge through assignments and examinations.) Ver. Transparencies and PPTs are included as per the lesson plan requirement. The implementation of this curriculum in terms of course files. Additional curriculum: Additional curriculums are created for each programme to meet its PEOs.3 Quality of problems in assignments/tests/semester examinations and their closeness and mapping with Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (15) (Produce sample (best and average quality) assignment sheets.1. there may be a provision of additional/supplementary tests/examinations to examine the additional subject topics covered to achieve the identified PEOs. Question Bank Question banks are prepared for each topic in the course based on the course objectives and considering the nature of the university question papers. This exercise is aimed at to assess the provision and ability of the college to do the above in order to achieve the stated PEOs. lab sheets. Monthly review of syllabus coverage is conducted and necessary corrective measures are suggested.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space topics covered to achieve the identified PEOs. In case of an affiliated college. The attendance of students is monitored continuously and defaulter students are counseled. Assignment questions and test question papers along with model solutions are included in the course files. Class Deliveries: Monitoring of class deliveries as per the time table is done by the monitoring cell. The previous question papers of University are also maintained in the course files.

This plan includes number of experiments as prescribed in the curriculum. Assignment problems are chosen from such question banks. The schedule of such tests is published in the academic calendar. Three tests are scheduled per course in a semester. At the end of each experiment few assignment questions/problems are given. Apart from this. the institute has following mechanisms in place: Assignments: Question banks are prepared for each topic in the course based on the course objectives and considering the nature of the university question papers. Test papers are assessed based on the model solutions. Weekly tests are planned and conducted on every Friday. two additional experiments/case studies are included in the plan. The assessment is done on the basis of timely submission of laboratory sheets. Corrected scripts are distributed to students and results are declared within one week. understanding of the experiment through oral questions and participation in performing the experiment. Weekly tests: Besides the university examinations additional weekly tests are conducted to achieve the identified PEOs. Continuous assessment system is implemented for assessment of assignments. Ver. Laboratory Work: Laboratory plans are prepared for each laboratory course. Laboratory manuals are prepared for all the experiments in the plan and are provided to the students at the time of practical.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space In order to assess the achievement of identified programme educational objectives of each programme. Test question papers are set based on the question banks available. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 73 of 193 pages . Neatness of the laboratory sheet is also given weightage in the assessment. Model solutions for assignment problems are prepared by concerned faculty. Continuous assessment system is also implemented for assessment of laboratory work.

) students out of total students in a semester for a course No. of students having remedial classes: 20% (Avg. Assessment of additional curriculum: Institute has created and implemented an additional curriculum for each programme. the tests are conducted for assessment of the course objectives.2 Remedial classes and additional make-up tests to help academically weaker students: list of remedial classes. of subjects having remedial classes: 02 Subjects per course out of total: 05 (Avg. Test papers are assessed on the basis of model solutions and the corrected scripts are distributed to students.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space The test results are also communicated to parents. schedule of classes/tests and students’ lists (5) Remedial Classes: Provision of remedial classes in the time table No. of students:20 per tutorial class 3rd year:05 4th year: 08 2nd year:07 II-I. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 74 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space Yes No . hours per subject in timetable (10) Provision of tutorial classes in the time table: Tutorial sheets: Yes Yes No No Tutorial classes taken by: Faculty/Teaching Assistants/Senior students/others: No. II-I.) subjects per semester per course No. of subjects with tutorials: 1st year: 04 No.2. of tutorial classes per subject:01 per week No. Institute has a provision of additional tests/examinations to examine the additional subject topics covered in the additional curriculum to achieve the identified PEOs. of hours of remedial classes: Ver.2 Tutorial classes/ remedial classes/ mentoring (20) II-I.1 Tutorial classes to address personal level doubts and queries: size of tutorial classes.2. At the end of the additional course.

3 Mentoring system to help at individual levels (5) The Institute is working towards enhancing the institutional culture to better serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community. Each faculty looks after 15 students. of subjects having make-up tests: 02 Subjects per course out of total: 05 (Avg. industry and social workers. Let students know that mistakes lead to better learning.2. Professional guidance is provided by arranging lectures of eminent personalities from academics. of hours of makeup tests: 01 per subject per week II-I. Mentoring and Guidance provides encouragement to the students as under: Encourage students to discuss their ideas.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 01 per subject per week Make-up Tests: Provision of makeup tests in academic calendar: No. Share a less-thansuccessful experience of your own and what it taught you. A counseling sheet is maintained by faculty where all details of the students of his/her group are recorded.) subjects per semester per course No. This mentoring is for over all development of the student. The faculty monitors their progress and reports to In-charge of counseling cell. more manageable ones to avoid becoming overwhelmed. Encourage students to try new techniques and expand their skills. History cards of the students are prepared in Ver. Teach students how to break large scholarly tasks into smaller. of students having make-up tests: 20% (Avg. there is no substitute for a healthy relationship between faculty and students.) students out of total students in a semester for a course No. When it comes to academic success and persistence. Yes No Mentoring system to help at individual levels: There are minimum twelve faculties in each program working as guardians / mentors for the students. Lectures of faculty from other institutions are organized. Reassure students of their skills and abilities to succeed. Effective mentoring begins with the faculty. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 75 of 193 pages .

per semester/Need based/other 12 per programme No. of faculty mentors: mentor: 15 Frequency of meeting: Weekly/Monthly/No. Type of Mentoring: Professional Guidance/Career advancement/Course work specific/Lab specific/Total development (Mentoring covers all types of guidance) No. examination marks and family details are recorded.2 Feedback analysis and percentage of students’ participation (5) Feedback collected for all courses: No The feedback collection process: Who collects the feedback? Feed back forms are given to student CR who distributes them amongst all students.3. When feedback is collected? In the mid of the semester Percentage of students participating: Hundred percent students present at that time The feedback analysis process: Is this done manually? Ver. The forms are again collected by the administrative staff of the departments at the end of the semester and are given back to the HOD. of levels: 04 No Yes No Twice in a semester No Yes .1 Design of Proforma and process of feedback evaluation (5) No. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 76 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space No.3 Teaching evaluation process: Feedback system (30) II-I. of feedback items: 07 Space for descriptive feedback/suggestions: Any consistency check: Any performance/attendance profile: Frequency of feedback collection: Feedback collection: Hard-copy/Web-based II-I. The same card is continued till the student completes his graduation.3. of students per II-I.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space which attendance.

(10) Basis of reward/corrective measures: System of Reward: Best performing faculty based on the feedback received from the students is rewarded by issuing a letter of appreciation. Were extraneous factors like hard/soft attitude of the instructor considered? Yes No Was result considered Ver. High percentage of „very good‟ (Vg) and „good‟ (G) indicates efforts are being taken by the faculty and still there is a scope for improvement. Based on the annual performance of the faculty the annual increments are released. II-I. The faculty needs to do hard work and counseling is needed from senior faculty. „G‟. How are the comments used? The comments are analyzed by the concerned HOD and are discussed with the concerned faculty individually. June 2009 Evaluators’ Space Yes No Page 77 of 193 pages NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . then it indicates that the rapport between teacher and students is nice and the students understand the teaching. „A‟ stands for Average.3. System of reward / corrective measures etc.3. „F‟ and „A‟ is calculated What is inferred from the metrics? If percentage of „Excellent‟ (E) comment is high. High percentage of „fair‟ (F) indicates less involvement of the faculty and poor rapport with the students.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Yes What metrics are calculated? Percentage of „E‟. Corrective Measures: The faculties performing below average are asked for written explanation and counseled to improve their performance in future. Suggestions for improvement in teaching performance are given if required. Vg‟. Performance rating of faculty through student feedback system is one of the factors in evaluating the annual performance of the faculty.

Institute has a registered alumni cell in place. Every year parents meet is arranged to discuss on issues like teaching learning process. No. Feedback from the industry is also collected where our alumni is working. of corrective action: in CAY: 03 02 in CAYm1: 04 in CAYm2: II-I. Feed back is also received through e-mail. of feedback received: in CAY: Typical corrective actions: 50 in CAYm1:30 in CAYm2:20 The feedback received is analyzed and the suggestions/comments are divided into following categories: Teaching-Learning process development Infrastructural Development Curriculum development Amenities and other facilities Based on the suggestions a time bound action plan is prepared and executed. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 78 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space . infrastructural facilities.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 No. Parents are allowed to give feedback orally and in written form. II-I. parents and industry. Alumni meet is arranged every three years to interact and receive constructive suggestions for future institutional development and to enhance industry-institute interaction and the placement activity. A feedback form is developed for this purpose. of awards: in CAY: 18 in CAYm1:18 in CAYm2:18 No. Parents and industry (10) The mechanism of feedback collection and analysis: The institute has a mechanism for collection of feedback from alumni.4. At the time of meet feedback is taken in written form.3. performance of their wards and placement activity.1 Generation of self-learning facilities and motivation (10) Self-learning is promoted in the institute by generating self-learning facilities under Ver.3 Any feedback mechanism from alumni.4 Self Learning and Learning beyond syllabus (20) II-I.

Web-based Learning: The Internet is an open information system in which various sources of information. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 79 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space . represent. adapt and integrate various learning content and materials. Hence. Internet offers new possibilities to structure. Students are encouraged for self-learning by personal counseling and organizing various contests. learners can process the material in accordance with their individual preferences and strategies at any time and from any place provided an internet connection is available. Learning with Multi-media: Availability of course material on intra-net Digital library facility Language lab facility Availability of video lectures in CD form LCD projectors for presentation Classroom Presentations: Allowing students to prepare and present topics from curriculum Arranging presentation on non-technical topics Technical Symposiums: Motivating students to participate in inter-college events for paper presentation and project exhibitions II-I. The programme specific details of additional curriculum are given below: Ver. Following are the various modes of self-learning and facilities created therein. They may select and examine from a large pool of information only those pieces necessary to meet their learning objectives. The institute has created Central internet facility with 100 Mbps leased line and 100 computer terminals facility to promote and motivate students to self-learning. due to its interactivity. an additional curriculum is designed and implemented.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 various modes. Furthermore.2 Availability of learning beyond syllabus contents and promotion (10) In order to meet the stated PEOs of each programme. video sequences can be linked together in diverse ways to form so-called self-learning environments. images. media and materials such as texts. the potential of the Internet self-learning mode is considered to be very high.4.

GATE Other Exam Preparation 02 02 02 02 20 20 20 20 Teaching (Hrs) per Week 02 02 Total(Hrs) 20 20 Electronics and communications Engineering: Sem/ Year III IV V VI VII Topics Soft skills development and Spoken English PCB Design GD & Aptitude Test Crash Course on VLSI & Embedded System Design GATE/GRE Preparation Verilog Simulation Crash Course on VLSI & Embedded System Design Demonstration of satellite Trainer Kit PC Maintenance & Networking Teaching (Hrs) per Week 02 02 02 02 02 Total(Hrs) 20 20 20 20 20 VIII 02 20 Evaluators’ Space Information Science Engineering: Sem/ Year Ver. June 2009 Topics Teaching (Hrs) per Week Total(Hrs) NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 80 of 193 pages . TOFEL. UPSC. GRE.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 First Year Common Courses: Sem/ Year I II MS Office Group Presentation Topics Teaching (Hrs) per Week 02 02 Total(Hrs) 20 20 Mechanical Engineering: Sem/ Year III IV Topics Soft skill development Paper Writing and Paper presentation skills V VI VII VIII Introduction to ANSYS Interview Techniques Value Education KPSC.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 81 of 193 pages . IES Preparation GATE.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 III IV V VI VII Macromedia Flash Linux Operating System Linux Wizards General Proficiency .I Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML 02 02 02 02 02 06 06 06 06 14 VIII General Proficiency .II 02 06 Computer Science and Engineering: Sem/ Year III IV Spoken English Awareness Networking V VI VII VIII PC Hardware Maintenance GATE preparation Interview Techniques Software Testing of Internet & Computer Topics Teaching (Hrs) per Week 02 02 02 02 02 02 Total(Hrs) 20 20 20 20 20 20 Electrical & Electronics Engineering: Sem/ Year III IV V VI VII VIII Topics Spoken and Written English MS Windows. IES Preparation General Proficiency Teaching (Hrs) per Week 02 02 02 02 02 02 Total(Hrs) 24 24 24 24 24 24 Evaluators’ Space STUDENT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY TOTAL STUDENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Ver. MS Office Journal Paper Writing GATE.

We believe that this training will stand them in good stead when they make the transition from employee to employer GIFTED STUDENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (GSDP) GSDP is a unique program that brings student achievers to the forefront and helps them realize their potential. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 82 of 193 pages . lateral thinking and communication / people management skills are essential components for progress in any sphere.time projects to ensure their skills are concurrent with market needs. • Students who qualify must then go through interviews and group discussions. mock interviews and presentations. Students are encouraged to develop these through goal setting exercises.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 The Total Student Development Program (TSDP) focuses on every aspect of student personality. • An entrance test for GSDP is held once a year. Students under this program are selected based on their performances in their previous Ver. However. Technical Skill Development The depth of technical skills that students develop. • This rigorous training includes conceptual skill development. • Both the test and the interviews are conducted by alumni who have been part of GSDP themselves. Evaluators’ Space STUDENT ACADEMIC SUPPORT PROGRAM (SASP) SASP is a program for the students who are academically weak. helping them develop interpersonal. The course hones the entire gamut of critical skills that gifted students require and gives them an edge that helps them stay ahead always. application orientation and project work. technical and business skills. Interpersonal Skill Development Creativity. Business Skill Development All students are taught essential business skills through industry interaction as well as innovative channels like Marketing and Finance clubs. Interested students can also learn French / German / Japanese on campus. all students are given a conceptual grounding in core skills and application orientation through real . depend to a great extent on the course they have chosen. This program is aimed on the five percent of the students who generally don't do well in the examinations. • Students who finally make the GSDP shortlist benefit from an intensive training program conducted by some of the most respected academic minds. This is done by in-house faculty and Industries who have signed an MOD under Industry-Institute Partnership. group discussions.

students are given opportunity to become Teaching Assistant (TA) for the faculty members. they are moving out of track o to create interest in studies II-I. Special coaching is then given for these students so that their performance in the university examinations is better. workshops to exhibit their technical talents • Student events are conducted to encourage co-curricular and extracurricular talents. Intra-college and inter-college contests are arranged • As an example. for 90 minutes. seminars. in case. STUDENT ASSISTANTSHIP PROGRAM • In each class. SAP & SASP are the key processes for the multi dimensional development of the students • Deserving students are encouraged to participate in the national and international conferences. One TA is allotted for every faculty. Every Tuesday. • Responsibilities of a TA are: o to help the faculty in preparing teaching material o to assist faculty in research / projects o to collect technical information as required by the faculty o to give seminars as required by the faculty o any other assistance requested by the faculty • One of the faculty members is designated as SAP coordinator • TAs are selected based on their academic record and after conducting a written test • The progress of the TA is monitored • Incentives are given to TAs based on their performance • The regular programs briefed earlier. GSDP.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 examinations. Innovative efforts are put to: o understand the students o motivate the students o bring in to the right track.5 Faculty Ratio and qualification for FIRST YEAR Common Courses (25) List of faculty members teaching first year courses: First Semester: Academic Year 2008-09 Ver. a student counselor has been designated to counsel the students who have problems in getting success in their education career. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 83 of 193 pages Evaluators’ Space . music rehearsals is done. a forum for light music has been created. STUDENT COUNSELING / MENTOR1NG Apart from the regular class teachers. namely TSDP.

D --Ph.Sc M Phil M.Sc MSc B.04.1977 BSc B.2008 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Dr.D -Ph.1968 Dr.2006 02. M. .1969 Prof Prof Prof Asst Prof Asst Prof Asst Prof Asst Prof Asst Prof Asst Prof B.S.Nagabhus hana Ms.1981 20.Leela V Dr.Sc B.Sc M.D -Ph.2006 Evaluators’ Space B.2008 05.D 11.K.1973 20.10.1990 15.Sc BSC B.06.1955 5 6 7 8 9 Dr.1976 Sr Lect Sr Lect Sr Lect Sr Lect Sr.D Ph.07.Sc.Sc -Ph. June 2009 Name DOB Designa tion Qualifications UG PG Ph.10.1995 19.Sc M.Sc B. Mr Narahari N Dr.D -Ph.1966 Dr.Sc B.2010 26.D Ph.1966 Dr. E.Sc.06. R.Sc M.Sc.Sc M.D.08.Anitha 20.1977 13.Sc Phil B.Sc M B. Anil Kumar 31.06.12.2006 1 2 3 4 05.10.Hamsapriye Dr S Akila Ms Renna Sultana Dr.Sc M.Sc B.10.2010 09.2000 01.D Ph.2010 03. M.D 21.Sc B.1988 24.08.04.D Ph.Sc M.Divakara S Mr K Raghavendra Rao Dr.D --Ph.Sc Ph.07. Vasudevan Iyer 18.10.1954 25.09.2010 23.Sc M. Lata Pasupulety 25. K.10.D 16.Sc Ph.2009 10 11 12 13 Ms Geetha Shankar 05.03.05.Sc B.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Department of Science and Humanities S.Sc M.07.10.S C M.1964 06.2005 24.no Ver. M. Aparna.Sc B.A.2000 08.02.Sc B.2004 27.08.Sc M.Sc M.07.Sc M. .1980 26.M.Kanchan Garg Mr.1963 11.R.11.G.07. Date Of Joining NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 84 of 193 pages .Sc M.2007 30.Sc B.2006 11.B.Sc M.2007 23.01.06.N.1976 04.Sc B.B.08.08.1969 01.1975 25.D Date Of Joining 05.1978 27. C.1965 12.01.SC M.K S Rohini Dr.12.09. H. Ganesh Dr.1965 27.06.03.D Ph.2008 20. S.1953 01.Veerabhadra swamy 08.04.02.Sc B.02.Satish Ms.no Name Ms Vyajanthimala S Chakravathi Dr. Lect Sr Lect Sr Lect Lecturer M.08.04. Radhakrishna DOB Designa tion Prof Prof Prof Prof Qualifications UG PG Ph.11.10.Sc S. B.Sc.

2010 07.T. 20.Saravanan V Mr. T.R.Sc B.2010 06.12.Sc M.12.12.07.1987 15.1983 09.2008 07.01. Sunitha.2010 03.Snehal Dev Savio Pinto Mr.03.02.1985 26.2009 23.R.Sc BB M B.12.Sc B.08.1982 04.Te ch BE BE BE BE BE BE BE BE 01.Sc M.2008 02.03.03.2009 19.2010 04.07.2010 Date Of Joining Evaluators’ Space S.08.08.07.1987 Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer M.Sc MA M. June 2009 Name DOB Designa tion Qualifications UG PG Ph.1985 21.2010 22.1984 14. Edwin R Das Ms.1983 23.2008 10.Roopa K.2007 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Ms.1981 15.Vishnu Priya Ms.05.1983 22.08.G.08.05.1976 Lecturer B.1972 05.07.2007 13.1981 12.V. Deepthi Rao Mr.1986 18.1975 09.Sc B.Sc .Sc B.08.Swetha Ms.08.Te ch ME MS ME MS ---M.08.1987 02.03.K. NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 85 of 193 pages . Geetha Ms.Poornima Ms.01.10.Chandru Hegde Ms.Sadananda Megeri Mr.Sc B.09.R.01. B.09.Sc -M.09.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 D M.07.10.1981 02.1986 23.1982 06.08.08.2007 13.1971 02.Chaitanya N S Mr.K.2007 18.03.A.Nityashree N Mr.08.no Ver.Sc BE BE BE BE BE B.S Ms.Dayananda Mr.1984 02.04.07.1985 25.11.07.2010 15.2008 31.Sc B.2005 05.08.R Keshava Murthy Mr.08.08.12.Manjunath Mr.1980 21.Prakash Ms.1985 09.09.S MPhi l 22 Ms.04.2010 01.Vijayashree K 02.2009 01.Te ch --------------------------- 01.Vrinda Kamath Mr.Sc M. -M.Shaik Shabbeer Basha Mr.05.Chaitra K S Mr. Adarsha Hiriyannaiah Mr.Sc M.2006 22.09.Sc M.H C Shashidhara Ms.2008 20.2010 30.N.Sc.2010 10.

Te ch M.Rahu H V Mr.1981 Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer BE BE BE BE BE BE BE B. E. Teacher-student ratio (in first year courses):1:15 II-I.01.03.Te ch M.09. D Y= No. / B.Te ch -----------29. Ms.1978 05. of faculty members with B.09.1986 20.09.2008 14.1983 13. A. N=Total no.Vivek Kumar Prasad Ms.B.2010 24.Krian P Ms. X = No.1988 10. June 2009 Evaluators’ Space CAY 840 56 1:15 CAYm1 840 56 1:15 CAYm2 840 56 1:15 x y z N FQI Assessment Page 86 of 193 pages NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program .5.C. of faculty members Year Ver.Rinu Sara Jacob Mr.2010 05.1985 07.05.Sankalp Bailur Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 D 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Ms. Ranjitha. of faculty members with M.07.2011 17. E.1982 15.Te ch M. Tech Z= No.07. of faculty members with Ph.2009 12.08.Roopa T Mr.5.01.1984 26.Fairoz Pasha Mr.Te ch M. /M.12.2010 14.1 Assessment of Faculty Availability for FIRST YEAR courses in teacherstudent ratio of 1: 15 (15) Three years of data for first year courses to calculate the teacher-student ratio: Items Number of students in First Year Number of faculty teaching first year courses Teacher-student ratio Av.Rashmi Mr.07.2010 02.1984 22.07.Te ch MS M.08. /M.1981 23. Tech/M.01.Te ch BE BE BE -M.1985 23.2010 06.2010 26.2008 II-I.01.07.09.07.V.04.Te ch --M.Priya Badrinath Ms.Sc.05.05.2010 30.2 Assessment of Qualification (10) Assessment of Qualification = (10 * x + 6 * y + 4 * z) / N Where.Rashika Gandage 12.

of students admitted in the first year) Items No. FYSI = 0.36 30. of students who have cleared all subjects in single attempt First Year Success Index (FYSI) CAYm1 840 691 0.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 CAYm2 CAYm1 CAY 11 10 13 16 17 20 - 27 27 33 7. FYSI =34 Ver. Assessment II-I.86 Avg. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 87 of 193 pages .92 30.62 7.) No.6 Academic performance in First Year Common Courses (40) Academic Performance = 40 * FYSI Where FYSI = First Year Success Index = (No. of students who have cleared all the subjects in a single attempt of their semester or yearend examination) / (Total no.82 CAYm2 840 720 0.48 7.57 30.25 Avg. of students admitted in First Year (Appeared for Exam.48 29.86 CAYm3 840 720 0.85 Academic Performance = 40 * Avg.

Total No.5.2. Bangalore-560085. Department of Information Science and Engineering P E S Institute of Technology.0. telephone numbers and e-mail id of the contact person for NBA: Prof. Total No.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space PART II Department / Programme Summary (Criteria III to VIII) D.0. in tabular form: Programme of Study Description Started with 60 seats in 1998 Intake increased to 120 in 2006 UG in Information Science Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2004 for 03 and Engineering years Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2008 for 03 years Started with 18 seats in 2010 PG in Software Engineering D. List the names of the Programmes/Departments which share human resources and/or the facilities of this Department/Programmes NIL D. Name.sharath@pes. if any).0.1.edu D.6.0.3. of seats of various programmes of study. Ph: 080 – 26721983 (Ext:700) Mail-id: shylaja. of Employee : 39 Teaching : 29 Non Teaching : 10 Ver.0. which are run by the department along with NBA accreditation. June 2009 Boys: 364 14 Male: 19 : 13 : 06 Girls : 178 BE ( 1 to 4 years) 04 M.4. designation. Shylaja S S Professor & Head. Name and Address of the Department: Information Science and Engineering D. Tech Female : 20 : 16 : 04 Page 88 of 193 pages NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . of Students: 542 18 D. History of the Department (including dates of introduction and no.0.

0.00 2.35 2.75 1.7.40 3.0.00 6.00 Items Budgeted in CFY (In Lakhs) 8.36 Actual Expenses in CFYm1 (In Lakhs) NIL 1. 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 2010-11 Min Max Teaching faculty in the Department Teaching faculty with the Programme Non-teaching staff 26 29 CAY minus 1 2009-10 Min Max 23 29 Cay minus 2 2008-09 Min Max 22 29 26 10 29 10 23 09 29 11 22 09 29 13 D.23 Laboratory equipments SW purchase Laboratory consumables Maintenance and spares Travel Miscellaneous expenses Ver.15 5.20 1.50 15.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space D.35 0.70 0.54 4.18 Actual Expenses in CFYm2 (In Lakhs) 1.10 0.00 1.00 0.00 NIL 0. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 89 of 193 pages .73 8.00 2.8. Summary of budget for the CFY and the actual expenditures incurred in the CFYm1 and CFYm2 (exclusively for this Programme in the Department) Actual expenses in CFY (till Jan 2011) (In Lakhs) 1.20 4.

000 4.001 14 and above Admitte d NIL without rank NIL NIL NI L NIL NI L NIL NI L NI L NIL Ver.000 6.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Criterion III: Students’ Entry and Outputs (150) III-P. belonging to the same batch CAY 2010-11 150 124 NA CAY m1 2009-10 150 120 140 Cay m2 2008-09 150 127 145 Cay m3 2007-08 150 127 143 Evaluators’ Space Admission Quality: Divide the total admitted ranks (or percentage-marks) into 5 or a few more meaningful ranges Under Graduate Intake Quality CAY CAY m1 2010-11 2009-10 Rank Range CE T CO ME DK 10 20 NIL NIL NIL Mg mt 0 3 1 2 24 CO CE ME T DK 22 04 09 03 19 04 26 NI L NI L NI L NI L Mg mt 0 1 2 3 25 CE T 14 05 05 01 10 Cay m2 2008-09 CO M DK 30 NIL NIL NIL NIL Mg mt 0 3 1 0 20 Cay m3 2007-08 CO C ME ET DK 30 15 05 02 14 29 NI L NI L NI L NI L NI L Mg mt 0 0 1 1 24 1 to 26 2.001 to 06 6.000 2. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 90 of 193 pages .1 Students admission (10) Admission Intake 150 Items Sanctioned Intake Strength in the program No.000 8.001 to 04 4. of total admitted students in First year No.001 to 09 8. of total admitted students (including lateral entry if any).

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 91 of 193 pages .001 and above Admitted without rank III-P.001 to 4.2 Success Rate (30) Provide data for the past 7 batches of students (Successfully completed implies Zero Backlogs) # of Students # of # of # of Admitted of Students Students Students Students in 1st successfully successfully successfully successfully year + completed completed completed completed Admitted 2nd year st rd 1 year 3 year 4th year in 2nd year (x + y) 120 140 145 145 141 141 128 96 105 101 131 129 128 118 118 113 105 86 129 103 112 97 128 129 110 Year of Entry (in reverse Chronological order) CAY 2010-11 CAYm1 2009-10 CAYm2 2008-09 CAYm3 2006-07 CAYm4 / LYG 2005-06 CAYm5/LYGm1 2004-05 CAYm6/LYGm2 2003-04 Success Rate = 30 * Mean of Success Index (SI) for past 3 batches Ver.001 to 6.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Post Graduate Intake Quality CAY 2010-11 PG GAT CET E 14 02 00 02 NIL 01 00 00 06 NIL CAY m1 2009-10 PG GAT CET E NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Cay m2 2008-09 PG GAT CET E NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Cay m3 2007-08 PG GAT CET E NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Rank Range 1 to 2.000 2.000 4.000 8.

5 Page 92 of 193 pages NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program .0 7.2 III-P.86 00 26 55 35 04 00 00 00 00 00 120 7. of students admitted in the corresponding First Year No.92 01 33 71 14 00 00 00 00 00 00 120 8. of students who have graduated in 4 years Success Index (SI) Av.97 CAYm5 / LYGm1 2004-05 120 116 0. SI = 0.0 <= CGPA < 6.0 # of students in 5.0 <= CGPA < 5.0 <= CGPA < 3.0 <= CGPA < 8. SI = 28.0 # of students in 2.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space SI = (No.0 # of students in 6.92 7.0 # of students in 4.0 <= CGPA < 1.0 <= CGPA < 9.0 # of students in 8.0 # of students in 1.0 <= CGPA < 2.94 Success Rate = 30 * Av. June 2009 CAYm4 / LYG 2005-06 120 117 0.0 <= CGPA < 4.0 # of students in 7. of students who cleared the program in the minimum period of course duration) / (No. of students admitted in the first year of that batch) Items No.3 Academic performance (30) Academic Performance = 3 * API Where 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 CAYm4 / CAYm5 / CAYm6 / Items LYG LYGm1 LYG m2 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Approximating the API by the following mid-point analysis # of students in 10.0 Total Approximating API by Mid-CGPA Exact Mean of CGPA/Percentage of all the students (API) Ver.0 # of students in 9.0 <= CGPA < 7.0 # of students in 3.96 CAYm6 / LYG m2 2003-04 120 108 0.0 <= CGPA < 0.90 01 52 44 22 01 00 00 00 00 00 120 8.0 7.

API = 23.84 38 138 12 43.91 III-P.5 Professional Activities (20) Provide data for the past 3 years – CAY. CAYm1 and CAYm2 Refer Annexure 2 Ver. Avg. ** Data is from the alumni students.76 Note: * Indicate students eligible for placements during 6th semester +Includes Lateral Entry + PIO Quota Students.4 Placement and higher studies (40) Assessment Points = 40 * (X + 1. Items # of Admitted students corresponding to LYG (N) # of students who obtained jobs as per the record of placement office (X1) # 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 CAYm4 / LYG 2005-06 141+ 100* 95 CAYm5 / LYGm1 2004-05 141+ 100* 100 CAYm6 / LYG m2 2003-04 128+ 105* 100 35 130 14 41. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 93 of 193 pages . Assessment Points = 43.25 * Y) / N Where X = Number of students placed.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Avg. API = 7.33 == 40 III-P. N = Total number of students who were admitted in the batch subject to Max.97 Academic Performance = 3 x Avg. Y = Number of students admitted for higher studies with valid qualifying scores / ranks. Assessment Points = 40.40 27 127 13 44.

5. which fetch awards by students in the events/conferences organized by other institutes.6 Students’ Projects Quality (20) Include list of five best and average projects each.5 Publications and awards in inter institute events by students of the programme of study (4) Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2.4 III-P.3 III-P.5. newsletters etc. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 94 of 193 pages .6 III-P.5 Include a Table having those publications.5. CAYm1 and CAYm2 – along with their contributions Refer Annexure 3 Ver.1 III-P.4 Entrepreneurship initiatives.5. Include a tabulated list of all other student publications in a separate annexure.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space III-P.2 Organization of paper contests. design contests etc. innovations (4) Specify the efforts and achievements Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2.2 III-P.3 Publication of technical magazines. Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2. (4) Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2. and their achievements (4) Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2. taken each from three years– CAY.1 Professional societies/ chapters and organizing engineering events (4) Refer Annexure 2 – Table 2. product designs.5.

TSR = 15.00 Avg. of students in 4th year of the program = Total No. (admin Universit istrativ y and e year of positio graduatio ns. Assessment Ver. of students in 3rd year of the program = No.00 20. Where x y z N = No.1 Teacher Student ratio (20) Assessment Where TSR = Teacher Student Ratio = (x + y + z) / N subject to Max. ts and of such the publications amou nt nJ nC NJ NC Name of the Faculty Design Qualificat ation ion. Faculty Members in the program = 20 * TSR / 15 Year CAY m2 2008-09 CAY m1 2009-10 CAY 2010-11 x 145 156 139 y 146 142 133 z 144 153 141 x+y+z 435 451 421 N 29 29 29 TSR 15 15 14. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 95 of 193 pages .24 Assessment 20. of research # of publications in curren journals and tR& conferences D and since joining consul the tancy department projec and Total no. of students in 2nd year of the program = No.00 20.00 20. Load sharing with more than one program s Refer Annexure 4 IV-P.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Criterion IV: Faculty Contributions List of Department Faculty : Exclusively for the Program / Shared with other Programs No.) Areas of Specializ ation Date of joining the dept. if n any.

of Faculty Members with B. of associate professors / readers in the program N = Total No. Faculty Members Year CAY m2 2008-09 CAY m1 2009-10 CAY 2010-11 x 04 04 03 y 15 10 19 z 10 15 07 x+y+z 29 29 29 N 29 29 29 FQI 5. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 96 of 193 pages . of Faculty Members with Ph.62 0.51 5. CRI = 1.60 14.25 ( 2x + y ) / N subject to Max.78 0. Assessment IV-P.70 Assessment 12.93 Assessment 23. E / B.2 Cadre ratio (20) Assessment = 20 * CRI Where CRI.0. Assessment Ver. Faculty Members in the program Year CAY m2 2008-09 CAY m1 2009-10 CAY 2010-11 x 04 05 04 y 00 00 01 N 29 29 29 CRI 0.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space IV-P.00 14. of professors in the program y = No.00 Avg.40 15.44 22.06 Avg. Cadre Ratio Index = 2. Tech z = No.86 5. D in Engineering y = No. E / M. Where x = No.72 23.3 Faculty qualifications (40) Assessment = 4 * FQI Where FQI = Faculty Qualification Index = (10 * x + 6 * y + 4 * z) / N Where x = No. of Faculty Members with M. Tech N = Total No.04 23.

and (ii) the faculty member's affiliation.06 CAY m1 2009-10 00 01 12 18 12 15 29 202 27. in the published paper. For multiple authors. is the one of the same college/institute. N = Total No.4 Faculty retention (20) Assessment = 4 * RPI / N Where RPI = 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. For this research papers considered are those (i) which can be located on Internet and/or are included in hard-copy volumes/proceedings. published by a well known publishing house.27 28. of sanctioned positions of Professors and Readers Assessment of IPR = Sum of the IPR points scored by each Faculty member / No.86 Avg.73 IV-P. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 97 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space IV-P. Assessment CAY 2010-11 00 00 00 18 20 20 29 234 32. Ver. every author of the same college will earn the points. of Faculty Members Item # of faculty with less than 1y (x0) # of faculty with 1y <= period < 2y (x1) # of faculty with 2y <= period < 3y (x2) # of faculty with 3y <= period < 4y (x3) # of faculty with 4y <= period < 5y (x4) # of faculty with more than 5 y (x5) N RPI = x1 + 2x2 + 3x3 + 4x4 +5x5 Assessment CAY m2 2008-09 00 08 12 09 20 10 29 189 26. of sanctioned positions of Professors and Readers Note: A faculty member scores at the most 5 Research points depending upon the quality of the research papers published in the past 3 years.5 Research publications and IPR (20) Faculty Points in Publications and IPR (FPPR) = Assessment of Publications + Assessment of IPR Assessment of Publications = 3 * Sum of the Research points scored by each Faculty member / No.

S S Shylaja Dr. a faculty member scores 1 point for each IPR subject to a maximum of 5 points. S Natarajan Mr. Srikanta Murthy K Dr. etc. Balasubramanya Murthy Prof. Balasubramanya Murthy Prof. Include a list of all such publications along with details of DOI. Suthikshn Kumar Dr. Name of faculty (contributing to FPPR) Dr. N. K.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Similarly. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 98 of 193 pages . N is 3) (excluding Asstt Prof. Srikanta Murthy K Dr.) Assessment FPPR = (Sum/N) CAY m1 2009-10 Pub Points (x) 02 02 04 01 05 IPR Points (y) 00 00 00 00 00 Sum 03 14 Pub + IPR Points (3x +y) 06 06 12 03 15 42 Ver. month/year. publisher. Jayashree R N (Min. N is 3) (excluding Asstt Prof.) Assessment FPPR = (Sum/N) CAY m2 2008-09 Pub Points (x) 03 03 03 05 01 01 01 IPR Points (y) 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Sum 03 17 Pub + IPR Points (3x +y) 09 09 09 15 03 03 03 51 Name of faculty (contributing to FPPR) Dr. S Natarajan N (Min. N. Narendra UP Ms. Suthikshn Kumar Dr. S S Shylaja Dr. K.

every faculty member will earn the points. Sharmila Chidaravalli Ms. N. 3 points for funding by private sector.00 CAY 2010-11 Pub Points (x) 05 05 01 05 04 02 04 01 01 02 01 01 IPR Points (y) 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Sum 03 32. P Rama Devi Ms Chaitali Choudhary N (Min. Dheeraj D Ms. depending on the funding agency as given below: 5 points for funding by National Agency.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Name of faculty (contributing to FPPR) Dr.6 Externally funded R & D projects and consultancy work (20) Assessment of R&D & Consultancy Projects = 4 * Sum of FPPC by each faculty / No. Assessment FPPR = 20. For multiple faculty members involved in a single project.33 Pub + IPR Points (3x +y) 15 15 03 15 12 06 12 03 03 06 03 03 97 Refer Annexure 5 Faculty Publication Details IV-P. Vinay A Mr. Ganga Holi Ms. K. Balasubramanya Murthy Prof. Sangeetha J Mr. if the total fund available for a project is of minimal one lakh rupees in the CFY. Points to be awarded. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 99 of 193 pages . Suthikshn Kumar Dr. Ver. S Natarajan Ms. and 2 points for funding by the sponsoring Trust/Society. N is 3) (excluding Asstt Prof.) Assessment FPPR = (Sum/N) Avg. S S Shylaja Dr. of sanctioned positions of Professors and Readers Where FPPC = Faculty Points in Projects and Consultancy Note: A faculty member gets at the most 5 points depending upon the amount of externally funded R & D project and/or consultancy work. Devaraj Verma C Mr. 4 points for funding by State Agency.

of sanctioned positions of Professors and Readers Where IP = Interaction points scored by each faculty member Note: A faculty member gets at the most 5 Interaction Points depending upon the type of Institution or R&D Lab or Industry. 3 points for interaction with University / Industry in India and Institute/University (not covered) above 2 points for interaction with State Level Institutions.7 Interactions of faculty members with outside world (10) Assessment of Interaction = 2 * Sum of IP by each faculty / No.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Name of faculty (contributing to FPPC) Dr.77 Refer Annexure 6 Faculty R & D. 4 points for interaction with Institute of Eminence in India or National Research Labs. Only those interactions will be considered who have resulted in joint quality publication. Shylaja S S Dr. Karthik S Sum N (Min.33 FPPC Points CAY m1 2009-10 NIL NIL 3 NIL NIL 3 3 4 Avg. Ver. Assessment CAY 2010-11 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL 3 NIL 9. are for those activities. which result in joint efforts in publication of books/research paper. Point to be awarded. The points earned by each faculty shall be decided as given below: 5 points for interaction with a well known Institute/University abroad. pursuing externally funded R & D projects and/or development of semester-long course/teaching modules. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 100 of 193 pages . K Srikanta Murthy Ms. Ganga Holi Mr. and 1 point for interaction with private affiliated Institutions. Consultancy Details IV-P. R& D projects and/or consultancy. K N Balasubramanya Murthy Prof.) Assessment FPPC = 4 x Sum/N CAY m2 2008-09 5 3 5 3 3 19 3 25. N is 3) (excluding Asstt Prof.

Karthik S Ms.00 22.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Name of faculty (contributing to IP) Dr. S S Shylaja Dr.33 IP Points CAY m1 2009-10 05 NIL 05 05 05 03 04 03 NIL 03 02 NA NA NA NA 23. Balasubramanya Murthy Dr. Vinay A Ms. S Natarajan Ms. Ganaga Holi Ms. RamaDevi Ms.22 * Activities ongoing in CAY Ver.33 Avg. Devraj Verma C Mr. Dheeraj Ms. Ambika T Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 101 of 193 pages . K. Sangeetha J Mr. Suthikshn Kumar Dr. Chitali Chowdry Assessment FPPC =2 x Sum/N CAY m2 2008-09 05 05 05 05 05 03 NIL 03 03 01 NIL NA NA NA NA 23. Parimala R Mr. SrikantaMurthy K Prof. Assessment CAY 2010-11* 05 NIL 05 05 05 05 NIL NIL 03 05 NIL 01 02 02 02 20. N.

exits. lighting. multimedia projectors. faculty rooms. conditions of chairs/benches.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Criterion V: Facilities and Technical Support Description of Class rooms. ambiance.2. etc. class room size.1.1 Class rooms in the department (15) Rooms Equipped with V-P.3 Acoustics.1 Enough rooms for lectures (core/electives).3 Usage of room for discussion/counseling with students (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table and the inspection thereof Ver. computer. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 102 of 193 pages . etc. etc.2 Faculty rooms in the department (15) V-P. seminars. (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P. (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table and the inspection thereof V-P. tutorials. seminar and conference halls Room Description Usage Shared / Capacity Exclusive Refer Annexure 7 V-P.2.2 Teaching aids – black/white-board.2 Room equipped with white/black board.1 Availability of individual faculty rooms (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P.1. (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P. internet.2.1. air circulation. etc for the program (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P.

(5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table Ver. V-P.3. Number of students per experimental set up.3. overall ambience etc.3 Laboratories in the department to meet the curriculum requirements as well as the PEOs (25) Space/ Quality Exclusive # of Curriculum Lab # of Lab use/ experimen Description Studen instrume manuals Shared? ts ts nts Data Structures Lab 80 12 Digital Design Lab OOP with C++ Lab Analysis & Design of Algorithms Lab System Software Lab Operating Systems Lab Web Technologies Lab Object Oriented Analysis and Design Lab Mobile Computing Lab OOP using Java Lab Microcontroller Lab Exclusive 80 75 80 80 75 75 80 80 80 75 12 12 12 06 + 1 Mini Project 12 12 10 + 2 Mini Projects 12 12 12 Good Available Computer Networks Lab 80 12 Unix System 80 12 Programming Lab Advanced Java 80 12 Programming Lab Note: Same physical space is used for conducting different labs. support within and beyond working hours (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P.3 Availability of labs with tech. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 103 of 193 pages .3.1 Enough labs to run all the program specific curriculum (10) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P.4 Equipments to run experiments and their maintenance.3.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space V-P.2 Availability of computing facilities available exclusively in the department (5) Assessment based on the information provided in the above table V-P. Size of the laboratories.

and installation of software Aid in fixing computer problems. Madhusudh an System Analyst Basic 4300/Gross 7942/- Exclu sive 15042008 B.4.Raviku mar Computer Operator Basic: 4500/Gross: 8306/- 14102005 ITI ITI Hardwa re Trouble Shootin g and Networ king T. Monitor the lab.SC B. Y. and the proper functioning of the lab equipment Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space V-P. contacting those who can remedy computer problems when unable to do so and tracking computer operations on a daily basis. allowing access only to students having an ID card.Ramesh Babu Lab Assistant Basic:2300/ Gross:4319/ - 03032006 Diplo Diplo ma in ma in Elect Electr ronic onics s Hardwa re Trouble Shootin g and Networ king Strictly monitor access to the lab.1 Availability of adequate and qualified technical supporting staff for program specific labs (10) Name of the Technical Staff Exclu sive Designation /Shar (Pay-scale) ed Work ? Programmer Basic: 6680/Gross: 12475/Date of Joini ng Qualification At Joini ng Other Techni cal Skills gained? Hardwa re Trouble Shootin g and Networ king Responsibility Now N Ajay Pokale 02112000 B. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 104 of 193 pages .SC Assist with analysis. keeping an eye out for theft. maintenance.Co m B.Co m Hardwa re Trouble Shootin g and Networ king Utilization of computing facility in lab conduction S. disruptions of any kind.

S. RaviKumar Mr T. skill-up gradation and professional advancement (10) Details of training undergone by the technical staff Name of the Technical Staff Mr. Madhusudhan Mr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space V-P. 2010 nd Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 105 of 193 pages . 2010 05th – 08th July.4. Ramaiah Institute of Technology R V College of Engineering RNS Institute of Technology Mr. 2009 18th – 20th Jan.2 Incentives. S. N Ajay Pokale Workshop Attended Workshop on Hardware Trouble Shooting and Networking Workshop on EVidya Streaming Systems Workshop on Ubuntu Workshop on Hardware Trouble Shooting and Networking Date 05th – 08th July. 2010 Organization / Institution RNS Institute of Technology M. Ramesh Babu 2 Dec. Y.

97 LYGm1 2004-05 0.86 189 VI-P.92 LYGm1 2004-05 7.3 and IV-P.4 Items FQI RPI CAY 2010-11 5.3 Items API LYG 2005-06 7.51 202 CAY m2 2008-09 5.1 Improvement in Success Index of students (10) From III-P.33 65.6 Items FPPR FPPC IP SUM CAY 2010-11 32.33 * 20 52.2 Improvement in academic performance of students (10) From III-P.3 Enhancement of faculty qualifications and retention (15) From IV-P.33 CAY m2 2008-09 17 25.33 23.86 LYG m2 2003-04 7.0 23. and interaction (15) From IV-P.90 VI-P.33 CAY m1 2009-10 14 4.96 LYG m2 2003-04 0.93 234 CAY m1 2009-10 5.2 Items Success Index LYG 2005-06 0.5 VI-P. R & D work and consultancy.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Criterion VI: Continuous Improvements VI-P.33 41. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 106 of 193 pages .4 Improvement in Faculty activities in research publication.5 and IV-P.66 Note: * Proposal submitted to AICTE Ver.

Refer Annexure 8 (Table 8.1) VI-P.6 New facility created (10) Specify the new facility created to strengthening the curriculum and/or to meet the PEOs: Module Descriptio n Any other contributory Inst. 2) VI-P.7 Overall improvements (5) Specify the overall successive improvements in curriculum and others: Specify the improveme nt Improvemen t brought in Contributed by List of PEO(s)./Industr y Developed/ organized by Resourc e Persons Target Audienc e Usages and citation etc.5 Continuing education (10) Specify the contributory efforts made by the faculty by developing the course/lab modules and conducting short-term courses/workshops etc. if any In CAY m2 2008-09 In CAY m1 2009-10 In CAY 2010-11 Refer Annexure 9 Ver./Industr y Developed/ organized by Duratio n Resourc e Persons Target Audienc e Usages and citation etc.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space VI-P. for continuing education: Module Descriptio n Any other contributory Inst. which are strengthened Comments. Duratio n In CAY m2 2008-09 In CAY m1 2009-10 In CAY 2010-11 Refer Annexure 8 (Table 8. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 107 of 193 pages .

If such components are not included in the curriculum provided by the affiliated university. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 108 of 193 pages . should make additional efforts to impart such knowledge through covering such aspects through “contents beyond syllabi”. VII-P. and breadth to meet the PEOs. HSS. professional core and electives.3 Curriculum updates and PEO reviews (30) List of course modules (along with coverage beyond syllabus) and PEOs which were updated and revised in past 3 years by the college. then the college/Inst. irrespective of curriculum updates by the affiliating university. professional core and electives.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Criterion VII: Curriculum List all the course modules along with their objectives and outcomes (in Part III): Units PEOs Additional Science/HSS/ specified theory/lab/ Professional by assignments/ Core. in order to meet the corresponding PEOs VII-P. then the college/Inst. to meet the PEOs. or to meet or Breadth? the objectives? College? Refer Annexure 10 Course Theory Lab VII-P. Affiliating Comments tests needed Elective Univ.1 Contents of basic sciences. and breadth (40) Assessment is based on the balanced composition of basic sciences. VII-P. should make additional efforts to impart such knowledge through covering such aspects through “contents beyond syllabi”.2 Emphasis on laboratory and project work (30) Assessment is based on the balanced laboratory and project work along with theory.4 Additional contents to bridge curriculum gaps (25) Assessment is based on program specific contents which are added to bridge curriculum gaps across the courses in order to achieve PEOs and the specific course objectives Ver. HSS. If enough lab/design/experimentation components are not included in the curriculum provided by the affiliated university.

2 Assessment outcomes (20) Assessment is based on the feasibility. Assessment is also based on the methodologies for outcome measurements from the stake-holders including industry. lab experiments.1 Course objective and mapping (20) 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. Ver. VIII-P. applicability and quality of the PEOs‟ with the course delivery. and professional bodies. Refer Annexure 12 VIII-P.3 Mapping with faculty expertise (20) Units Area of specialization needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Course Theory Lab Comments Refer Annexure 13 Assessment is based on the factor that the expertise needed to deliver the contents is met with the faculty expertise and on a balanced load factor of the concerned faculty. Faculty expertise should be adequate to cater for all the major fields specified in the program criteria.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space Criterion VIII: Program Educational Objectives – Their Compliance and Outcomes List all the course modules along with their PEOs (in Part III): Units Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Course Theory Lab Theory Lab Assignments/ Tests Refer Annexure 11 VIII-P. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 109 of 193 pages . assignments and tests. alumni.

CAYm1 and CAYm2.4 Mapping with outcomes (20) Assessment is based on what extent the PEOs/curriculum map with the outcomes.5 Significant achievements (20) List significant achievements. in CAY. Refer Annexure 12 VIII-P. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 110 of 193 pages . Items Results Placements Publications Internships Higher Studies * Indicates ongoing activities CAY 2010-11 96% (Till 7th Semester)* 92%* 16 90%* 14* CAY m1 2009-10 99% 99% 06 20% 12 CAY m2 2008-09 98% 99% 04 22% 13 Ver. stated PEOs and their outcomes. in respect of curriculum.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space VIII-P.

in the academic calendar. Program and Course Outcomes Refer Annexure 13 3. 3 and 5 and lecture class for 4. Free slots in time table for 1. Preplacement Training Training on Soft skills Creative / Hobby Projects Guest lectures Finishing School 5. if needed. Programme Educational Objectives & Course Objectives Refer Annexure 13 2. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 111 of 193 pages . Refer Annexure 14 Ver. 1. 5. SYLLABI. Mapping PEOS with expected outcomes Refer Annexure 12 4. 2.2. 4. to be provided to meet the outcomes with the course objectives. if needed to bridge the gaps. 3. Additional contents beyond the syllabi. PEOS AND OUTCOMES 1. How to make provisions for the additional contents.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Evaluators’ Space PART III CURRICULUM.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 1 Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 112 of 193 pages .

3. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 113 of 193 pages . and their achievements Events Organization of paper contests Design contests Extended Week Day * CAY 2010-11 01 01 09 CAY m1 2009-10 NIL 02 10 CAY m2 2008-09 NIL NIL NIL Table 2. Professional societies/ chapters and organizing engineering events Events Professional Society / Chapters Professional Membership (IEEE / CSI/ ISTE/ ACM) Engineering Events Society 15 05 05 CAY 2010-11 01 CAY m1 2009-10 NIL CAY m2 2008-09 NIL 10 09 06 Table 2. Publication Technical magazines CAY 2010-11 NA CAY m1 2009-10 NA CAY m2 2008-09 NA Technical / Literary magazines 01 01 01 Newsletters 02 02 02 Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 2 Table 2.2. Organization of paper contests.1. newsletters etc. Publication of technical magazines. design contests etc.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 2. Student Publication Details Sl No. innovations Specify the efforts and achievements Events Entrepreneurship initiatives Product Design Innovations CAY 2010-11 01 NIL 02 CAY m1 2009-10 01 NIL NIL CAY m2 2008-09 NIL NIL NIL Table 2. 3. Imaging and Visualization Guide Name with affiliation Title of the paper Algorithmic Approach for prediction and early detection of disease using retinal images Near Duplicate Image Detection And Classification 1. Content Based Image Mahesh Raju S Retrieval R International Conference on Pritha D N. Computer and Automation Savitha L Engineering Pritha D N. Publications and awards in inter institute events by students of the programme of study (4) Events Publication Award CAY 2010-11 01 (ACM Best Paper Award) CAY m1 2009-10 01 (IEEE Best Paper Award) CAY m2 2008-09 01 (HP Best Paper Award) Table 2. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . product designs. Face Recognition Using Trichotomic Combination of SVD.5. DF-LDA and LPP Face Recognition by feed forward Neural Network by Laplacian of Gaussian filter & Singular Value Decomposition Page 114 of 193 pages Ver. Shylaja SS 4.6. International Conference on Prajwal B S. Name of the student Details of the Conference /Journal International Conference on Computer Graphics.4. Entrepreneurship initiatives. Manish Kumar. Savitha L First International Conference on Integrated Intelligent Computing Prof. Raghu Raj P 2.

Knowledge USTAV. Radhika S. Application of Morphological operations on degraded Historical Document Image for Image Enhancement 14. International Conference on Digital Image Proceeding held in Raome. Geethu Babu Nitin N. April 2010 Prof. Zeeshan Ahmad Ver. June 2009 2nd International Conference on Digital Image Proceedings in Singapore on 26th February. Ganga Holi 13. Name of the student Details of the Conference /Journal Cutting Edge Technologies Guide Name with affiliation Title of the paper Feature Extraction and Compression of face image using Gabor Filters Efficient Retrieval of Face Images on Curvelet and Singular Value Decomposition Aggregation of Gabor Wavelets and Curvelet with PCA for Efficient Retrieval of Face Images Face Detection in Color Images using Skin Color. & Suman Bharadwaj Riddhi J Shah. 12. 2010 National Conference on Intelligent Information Retrieval National Conference on Intelligent Information Retrieval 16the Korea.2010. Ms. National Conference held at SBMJCE. Saifulla S International Conference on Computing. Mohd. FCV2010. 5. held at Madurai. India Published in Proceedings ICDIP. LOG filter and Euler Number Comparative Analysis of Color Layout Descriptor & Edge Histogram Descriptor Dimensionality Reduction using Gaussian Mixture Model-An Application to Face Recognition A Simple and Effective technique to enhance the degraded document using signal valued decomposition and Adaptive thresholding Degraded document Image Enhancement using singular Valued Decomposition 6. Kusuma S Akshatha Patil. Joint Workshop on Frontiers of Computer Vision. 8. Japan (proceedings: pp-5056) Recent Research Trend on Advanced Computing RTAC. Prateek Rao Akshatha Udupa.2010. 9. Garima Srivastava. Nikita John. Ramya S.2010. Jayashree D. Abhijit K G. Shylaja SS 11.Japan. Pavan Kulkarni. Swati D V Saurabh Kumar.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl No. Communication and Networking Technologies Amrita ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing 7. & Suman Bharadwaj Nitin N. Priyanka Chandra. Sandhya B. 10. Italy. Pavan Kulkarni. held at Hiroshima. Bangalore Interactive Shell NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 115 of 193 pages . Shishir Kaushik.

ICFN proceedings First National Conference on Cryptography and Network Security (NCCNS). Name of the student Prateek Saxena. NIL 22. Bangkok (7-9 march 2009). Vellore Institute of Technology (18-19 Feb 2009). Shikhar Chandra Abhijit K G. viruses Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl No. Raghavendra N. ThailandIEEE-CPS proceedings.M 19. Guide Name with affiliation Title of the paper Bandwidth Aware Load Balancing and Optimal bandwidth Allocation Techniques for Video-onDemand System A Novel Framework for Distributed Dynamic Load Balancing in Video-onDemand Systems 15. Prateek Saxena. 20. Rakshith R Babu. Jayashree D. 16. SJBIT college.M NIL An innovative approach to secure computing systems from worms. Bangalore.B. Vinay.B NIL 23.B. Siddarth . Tamilnadu. Saifulla S Details of the Conference /Journal IEEE International Conference on Communication Control and Computing Technologies IEEE International Conference on Computer Engineering and Technology. Raghavendra N. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 116 of 193 pages . Mohd. Bangalore060 16th October 2008 International Conference on Future Networks (ICFN09). Bangalore National Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering Technology and Applications. Shikhar Chandra Abhinav Prakash Naveen B K Raghavendra N. 17.VIT conference proceedings 21. Siddarth . HP Technical Paper Contest 2nd State level technical student paper presentation. A Architectural Solution for Improving Performance of Video-on-Demand Systems RADLBS: A Resource Aware Dynamic Load Balancing Strategy for Video-onDemand Systems An Optimal Video Replication Framework for Video-on-Demand Systems Making Use thread pool to improve UTMPD performance Innovative approach to secure computing systems in networks using windows registry without cost Innovative approach to secure computing systems in networks using windows registry 18. Prateek Saxena Mr. Jhodpur Fourth IEEE International Conference on Internet Multimedia Systems Architecture and Applications (IMSAA-10). Rakshith R Babu.

P & Poornima K S Akshatha Udupa. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 117 of 193 pages . 24. Ranjitha C Rahul Bansal Details of the Conference /Journal CSI Chapter Bangalore Guide Name with affiliation NIL Title of the paper Improving end to end availability of overlay networks Minimization Approach of Assignment Technique to solbe a Transpiration Problem Part of Team „Aidra‟ Second Position for best concept car 25.2009 Relio Quick Auto Mall NIL NIL 26. Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl No. Name of the student Arathi . APORS.

Gopala Krishna A Mr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 3 Table 3. Swathi Shenoy Ms. Abhihek Sharma Ajith Raj Shetty Ms. Patel Kartik iRover. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 118 of 193 pages . Rachit Sood Mr.1 Best Projects CAY Name of the Student(s) Project Title Areas of Specializat ion Project Supervisor (s) Contribution/ Achievements / Research Output Matchi ng Publi with the cation stated PEOs Project Work under Progress CAY m1 Mr. Vinod Kumar Mr. Eshitha H K Kenneth T Moras Mr. Vignesh Chandramouli Mr. Sandeep Mehta Mr. Shruthi Nayak Ms. Suthishn Kumar Ver. Chethana V P Mr. Shylaja SS YES Code Morphing Compiler Design Dr. Karthik N S Mr.an iPhone Controlled wifi rover Mobile Communic ation Nagasundari S Interactive Learning Environmen t HCI Jayashree R Award of BE degree YES NO MuNIP – An OMR System Research Work & Award of BE degree Image Processing Prof. Vatsal Singahal Ms.

Suthishn Kumar Document Parser And Text Extractor Compiler Design UP Narendra Award of BE degree YES NO Content Information Managemen Systems t System Context Based Advertisem ent UP Narendra Information Systems Parimala R Ver. Deepti Dandin Ms. Ashwini B Ms. Shylaja SS Mobile Computing Dr. Roshni R Ms. Lohit Kumar AP Ms. Nandish M Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Name of The Student(s) Mr. Sandeep B S Mr. Mamata Hegde Project Title Areas of Specializat ion Project Supervisor (s) Contribution/ Achievements / Research Output Matchi ng Publi with the cation stated PEOs Sonic Barcodes for Visually Impaired Artificial Intelligence Ambika T Award of BE degree YES NO CAY m2 Location Based Information Retrieval Google Map Search on Mobile Phone Image Processing Prof. Rhea Muddaiah Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 119 of 193 pages . Vishwanath Sridhar Bhat Ms. Greeshma O G Ms. Kushal S Mr. Nasika S Bilkhis Ms. Akshatha Rao Ms. Neetha Bali B Mr. Ravikiran S Mr. Vikas K J Mr. Sahana Reddy G Ms. Aruna S Ms.

Raghavendra N B Ver. Divya Arathi Madhiazhagan Ms. Harshitha L Pathi Ms. Mithun Manjunath Ms. Siddarth M Mr. Girish R G Mr. Sangeeta S Mr. Sahithya B Ms. Suguna Kamath Mr. Ryan D‟souza Ms. Yogesh Puneeth Mr. Shylaja S S Project Title Areas of Specializ ation Project Supervisor (s) Contribution/ Achievements / Research Output Matchi ng with the stated PEOs Public ation Ms. Kiran Kumar RG Mr. Tamara Kallivelil Image Processin g Prof.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 3. Sindhuja Gopal Ms. Shylaja S S Mr. Upasana Bahl Integrated Software Suite for PESIT Surveillanc e Camera Synchroniz ation with Motion Sensor and notification server Informati on Systems Prof. S Natarajan Award of BE Degree YES NO Automated Attendance Systems Using RFID Theft Alert And Vehicle Tracking Using RFID RFID Ganga Holi RFID A Vinay NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 120 of 193 pages .2 Average Projects CAY Project Work under Progress CAY m1 Name of the Student(s) Mr. Rahul S Mr. Shenoy Chetan Ms. June 2009 Speech Recognitio n Speech Recogniti on Dr.

Rashmi Naganur Ms. Abhishek Kapoor Mr. Abhishek Kodankiri Mr. Aastha Bhartia Mr. Shylaja SS Project Title Areas of Specializat ion Project Supervisor (s) Contribution/ Achievements / Research Output Matchi ng with the stated PEOs Public ation Image Processing Dr.R Noise Reduction Using Fuzzy Logic for Images RTOS on dPIC Embedded Systems Game Developme nt using Direct – X Scrum Project Manageme nt Tool Face Detection Image Processing Prof. Abhishek Narian Ms. Ashrith Mr. S Natarajan Award of BE Degree YES NO Embedded Systems Dr. Sujay S Mr. Chethan . Rahul M V Ms. S Natarajan Computer Graphics Dr. S Natarajan Project Manageme nt Dr. Praveena N Shanubhogue Mr. Kaushik C Mr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 CAY m2 Name of the Student(s) Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 121 of 193 pages . Karthik Kumar M Mr. Aman Kumar Mr. K Srikanta Murthy Ver. Smita Verma Mr.

Load sharing with more than one program s 18.20 05 No. Shylaja SS Professor (Head of the Departme nt) Industrial Electroni cs 04. K N Balasubraman ya Murthy Professor (Principal & Director) BE MTech Ph.12.19 99 0 3 1 13 NIL Dr.11. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 122 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 4 Faculty Details Date of joining the dept. nC NJ.08. D BE: 1989 BU M Tech1993 VTU DOEACC „C‟ Level 2000 (Ph. Universit y and year of graduatio n Areas of Specializ ation Dr.20 05 0 2 4 4 NIL Ver.D) BE 1989 BU ME 1991 IIT. Suthikshn Kumar Professor Reconfig urable Neuro Computer s 22. Chennai Ph.D 2000 Melbourn e Parallel Algorith ms Prof. if any. ts and of such the publications amou nt nJ.) Qualificat ion. of research # of publications in curren journals and tR& conferences D and since joining consul the tancy department projec and Total no. NC 0 0 1 11 NIL Name of the Faculty Designati on (administ rativ e positions.

nC NJ.D JNTU BE: 1994 GUG M Tech :2001 VTU (Ph. of research # of publications in curren journals and tR& conferences D and since joining consul the tancy department projec and Total no. NC Dr.D) BE 1988 BU MS 1992 Georgia State BE: 2000 ME: 2006 BU (Ph.) on Areas of Specializa tion Date of joining the dept. n Universit (administr y and ativ e year of positions.02. Sangeetha J Assistant Professor BSc 1964 Mysore Universit y ME 1966 Bangalor e Universit y Ph. Ganga Holi Associate Professor Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Name of the Faculty Qualifica Designatio tion. Natarajan Professor Ms.08.200 6 0 1 0 4 NIL Computer Network Engineerin g Computer Science & Engineerin g 20. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 123 of 193 pages .200 6 0 1 3 18 NIL Computer Science & Engineerin g 18.201 0 0 0 0 0 NIL Ver.200 7 0 0 0 2 NIL 02.D) Remote Sensing 11.V. Mamatha H R Assistant Professor Ms. M.08.07. graduati if any.200 6 0 0 0 0 NIL 19-022005 0 0 0 0 NIL Mr. ts and of such the publications amou nt nJ. S. C O Prakash Senior Lecturer Computer Science & Engineerin g Computer BE: 2000 Science & ME: 2006 Engineerin BU g 23.D) BE 1998 Kuvempu M Tech 2006 VTU (Ph.02. Load sharing with more than one program s No.Padmas ri Assistant Professor Ms.

200 7 0 0 0 0 NIL Ms.03. Parimala R Lecturer 27.200 7 0 2 1 4 NIL Ms.S Senior Lecturer Ms.D) BE:2005 M Tech2009 VTU BE : 2004 VTU (M.07. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 124 of 193 pages . Sumathi M Lecturer 29. Vinay A Lecturer 23.02.200 7 0 0 0 0 NIL 14.201 0 0 0 0 0 NIL Ver. Dinesh HA Lecturer 17.200 7 0 0 0 0 NIL Mr.07. nC NJ. of research # of publications in curren journals and tR& conferences D and since joining consul the tancy department projec and Total no.07.03. Load sharing with more than one program s No.200 6 0 0 1 0 NIL Ms. Ambika T Lecturer BE:2004 M Tech : 2007 VTU (Ph.200 7 0 0 0 0 NIL Ms. Karthik .) graduatio n Date of joining the dept. Pallavi C.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Name of the Faculty Qualificat Designation ion. Vijayakala Lecturer B E: 2004 VTU 05.Tech) Computer Science & Engineeri ng Computer Science & Engineeri ng Computer Science & Engineeri ng Informatio n Science & Engineeri ng Computer Network Engineeri ng Computer Science & Engineeri ng Computer Science & Engineeri ng Software Engineeri ng 07. if of tion any. ts and of such the publications amou nt nJ. NC Mr. (administra University Areas of tiv e and year Specializa positions.V Lecturer BE: M Tech B E: 2007 VTU (MTech) B E: 2004 VTU BE:2007 M Tech : 2009 VTU 0 0 0 0 NIL Mr.08.

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2010 Second International Conference on Digital Image Processing. 7546. No. Name of the Person Title of Paper Statistical Classification of Tuberculosis Using Data Mining Techniques Publications Citation International Conference on Image Processing (ICDIP). DF-LDA and LPP Ver. Aggregation of Gabor Wavelets and Curvelet with PCA for Efficient Retrieval of Face Images 5. SPIE. Chengdu. Dr. Ref 978-1-42445850/10C 2010IEEE National or International 1. Tamilnadu. February 2010 Singapore. August 46. Singapore. Coimbatore. 9-11 July. K N Balasubramanya Murthy Association Rule Based Tuberculosis Disease Diagnosis International Conference 4. Kamaruzaman. 409 – 412. February 26-28. Face Recognition Using Trichotomic Combination of SVD. Classification of Tuberculosis using Ensemble Methods 3. Vol. Bangalore. 2. 75462Y Amrita ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing. ISBN:978-1-45030194-7 International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering. India. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 127 of 193 pages .2010 2010 3rd IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (ICCSIT).P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 5 List of Faculty Publications (CAY) Sl. pp. 2010.

2010.Bangalore.23. Singapore. Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering. Efficient Retrieval of Face Images Based on Curvelets and Singular Value Decomposition 9. 75462912-8 International Conference on Semantic Computing. International Conference on Computer and Network Technology 2010 . pg895-899.114. Karur. MVIPPA-09. 7. SPIE[7546-81]. Chennai International Journal of Technology and Engineering System(IJTES) pp. 2010. Vol. Laplacian of Gaussian. February 26-28. Face Recognition by Feedforward Neural Network using Laplacian of Gaussian filter and Singular Value Decomposition Location Recognition on Camera Embedded Mobile Phones based on MPEG-7 Color Layout Descriptor Publications Citation International Conference on Digital Image Processing. April 21.119 2010 First International Conference on Integrated Intelligent Computing. pp. 10. Name of the Person Title of Paper Face detection in color images using skin color. No.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. Bangkok. National or International International Conference Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 128 of 193 pages . ICIIC 2010. 56-61. WASET vol 60 ISSN 20703724. and Euler number 6. K N Balasubramanya Murthy 8. A Novel Noise Immune Method for Skew Detection in Music Documents Dr.

13.ISBN:978-1-60558710-3. Dr. 2010 Ver. Prof. Korea. Shylaja S S 15. K N Balasubramanya Murthy 12. Name of the Person Title of Paper A smart automatic thumbnail cropping based on attention driven regions of interest extraction 11. 14. DF-LDA and LPP Face Detection in Color Images using Skin Color. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 129 of 193 pages . Feature Extraction and Compression of face image using Gabor Filters Comparative Analysis of Color Layout Descriptor & Edge Histogram Descriptor Dimensionality Reduction using Gaussian Mixture Model-An Application to Face Recognition Aggregation of Gabor Wavelets and Curvelet with PCA for Efficient Retrieval of Face Images Face Recognition Using Trichotomic Combination of SVD. No. 17. Jnanasarovara National Level Symposium on Cutting Edge Technologies National Conference on Intelligent Information Retrieval National or International National Conference on Intelligent Information Retrieval International Conference Amrita ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing International Conference Computer Automation Engineering on and 2nd International Conference on Digital Image Proceedings in on 26th February. 403 Proceedings of the 2nd ICCIT Seoul.Year of Publication: 2009 .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. 16. Vol. Pages: 957-962 . LOG filter and Euler Number Publications Citation ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.

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Paper Id: 7796 ASPARAGUS: Autonomous AES 127th Convention. pp 18-20 with Labs” Fifth International Conference on MEMS. Robotic Explorer Oct 9-12. Joint Technique to Workshop on Frontiers Enhance the of Computer Vision. 2010. 36. Degraded Feb. 2009. Acoustic Design of AES 126th Convention. 2009. 2009 Application of WASET International Morphological conference on Digital Operations on Image Processing. Vol 32. Paper Id: Measurement of 7895 Classrooms and Seminar Halls. 41. and Smart Networks Systems (ICMENS). Munich. Decomposition RTAC123. June 2009 Page 133 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. Dr. New for Acoustic York. Document Image for Image Enhancement Degraded Third National Historical Conference on Recent Document Image Research Trends in Enhancement Advanced Computing Using Singular 9th. Engineering: Feb 2009. India. 39. No. Innovative Teaching of Computer Society of Software India Communications. K Srikanta Murthy 42. Handover in GSM NANO.April – 2010. 40. Dr. An Effective 16th Korea-Japan. Value Madhurai. Degraded Rome. Italy from 28-30 Historical April 2010. Classrooms May 7-10. pp 49-56. Suthikshn Kumar 38. Name of the Person Title of Paper Publications Citation National or International 37. Germany. Issue Practical Approach 11. USA. Documents Using Singular Value Decomposition and Adaptive Thresholding NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program International Conference International Conference National Conference Ver.

India. Amrita ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing 47. Bangalore. June 29th-July 2nd. Dr. pp. No. USA.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. 516 -518 14th World Multiconference on Systemics. Cybernetics and Informatics (WMSCI 2010). S Natarajan 48. K Srikanta Murthy 45. Ver. Florida. pp. India. 110-115. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program . Dr. 4-6 December 2010 International conference 46. 2010. National or International 43. August 68.2010 Page 134 of 193 pages 49. Singapore. Bangalore. August 4-6. International Congress on Computer Applications and Computational Science (CACS 2010). K Srikanta Murthy Title of Paper Novel Approach on Image Data Compression using Radial Basis Function Network An approach to improve Image Compression using Radial Basis Function Neural Network with Cumulative Distribution Function Vector Quantization based Radial Basis Function Neural Network with Cumulative Distribution Function for Efficient Image Compression An enhanced clusterer aggregation using nebulous pool A Novel Approach Using Active Control Model for Semi-Automatic Road Extraction from High Resolutions Satellite Imagery Association rule based tuberculosis disease diagnosis Statistical Classification of Tuberculosis Using Data Mining Techniques Publications Citation Fourth International Conference on Information Processing (ICIP-2010). International Conference 44. 2010. Name of the Person Dr. 2010 Second International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing Second International Conference on Digital Image Processing International Conference on Image Processing (ICDIP). Orlando.

IEEE International Conference on Digital Image Processing. Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering International Conference on Computer and Network Technology 2010 . 754629-128 International Conference on Semantic Computing. 2010. Coimbatore. Laplacian of Gaussian. pp. Karur. No. S Natarajan International conference 54. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 135 of 193 pages . 56.WASET vol 60 ISSN 20703724. 51. and Euler number A Novel Noise Immune Method for Skew Detection in Music Documents Efficient Retrieval of Face Images Based on Curvelets and Singular Value Decomposition Face Recognition by Feedforward Neural Network using Laplacian of Gaussian filter and Singular Value Decomposition Location Recognition on Camera Embedded Mobile Phones based on MPEG-7 Color Layout Descriptor Publications Citation Amrita ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing. 55.Bangkok. 56-61 National or International 50. Chennai 2010 First International Conference on Integrated Intelligent Computing. February 26-28. 53. Name of the Person Title of Paper Aggregation of Gabor Wavelets and Curvelet with PCA for Efficient Retrieval of Face Images Face Recognition Using Trichotomic Combination of SVD. ICIIC 2010. MVIPPA09.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. February 26-28. Dr. Tamilnadu International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering. 52. DF-LDA and LPP Face detection in color images using skin color. pg895-899 Ver. Singapore.Bangalore. Vol. SPIE[754681]. 2010.

26-28 2010 International Journal of Signal Processing. No. 13-16 2009.Proceedings of the 2nd ICCIT Seoul. Communication and Technology – 2010 (CCT-10) ). Korea. USA. Vol.4 December 2009) National or International 57. Pages: 957-962 . China. Classification of Tuberculosis using Ensemble Methods Association Rule Based Tuberculosis Disease Diagnosis A novel video segmentation algorithm with shadow cancellation and adaptive threshold techniques" National Conference 60. Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 136 of 193 pages . Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (IJSIP Vol.Year of Publication: 2009 . Name of the Person Title of Paper A smart automatic thumbnail cropping based on attention driven regions of interest extraction Publications Citation ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. National Conference on Computing. A Novel method for combining clusters in Spatial Cluster ensembles: a layered merge approach with inherent voting technique. International Conference 62. 2010 ICDIP 2010. To be held on Orlando. Bangalore. Bangalore. S Natarajan 61.ISBN:978-1-60558710-3 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition (AIPR09) July.2 No. 2009 ICCSIT.Singapore. Data Caching using DSR in Ad hoc Networks. July 9-11. August 7-9. January 22-23 International Conference on Image Processing -2009. Road Extraction from high resolution satellite imagery using morphological reconstruction International Conference 59. Chengdu. Dr. 403 . 58. IEEE Conference. Feb. 63. SPIE.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl.

International Convention Center. 66. Korea. Ver. Dec 28th. Nov 2010.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. Italy from 28-30 April 2010. WASET International conference on Digital Image Processing. Jodhpur. Jeju Island. International Conference on Computer Engineering & Technology. 67. Bangalore. S Natarajan IEEE International Conference. PP 944-947. Name of the Person Title of Paper A novel video segmentation algorithm with shadow cancellation and adaptive threshold techniques Interactive Shell Enhancement of Degraded Historical Document Image Using Curvelet Transform and Mathematical Morphology Line Segmentation in Handwritten Text A Combined Approach for Degraded Historical Documents Denoising using Curvelet & Mathematical Morphology An Effective Technique to Enhance the Degraded Documents Using Singular Value Decomposition and Adaptive Thresholding Application of Morphological Operations on Degraded Historical Document Image for Image Enhancement Publications Citation SIP 2009. India 68. Japan Ms. 2009. 304-311 National Conference on Knowledge Utsav. International conference on Computer Engineering and Technology. Dr. Volume 61. S Natarajan International Conference 65. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 137 of 193 pages .Japan joint Workshop on frontiers of computer vision –FCV 2010 pp 50-56. Rome. Ganga Holi 70. No. 16th Korea . 29th 2010 International Conference 69. August 2010 National or International 64. December 10-12. Dr.

No. Jodhpur. Sangeetha J 77. Dec 28th. Ms. Name of the Person Title of Paper Extraction of Text Lines from Handwritten Kannada Documents Enhancement of Degraded Historical Document Image Using Curvelet Transform and Mathematical Morphology Degraded Historical Document Image Enhancement Using Singular Value Decomposition Interactive Shell Publications Citation International conference on Computer Engineering and Technology. International Conference 72. Third National Conference on Recent Research Trends in Advanced Computing 9th. International conference on Computer Engineering and Technology.April – 2010. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 138 of 193 pages . Nov 2010. 78. Networks. Technology. Rajasthan National Conference on Computing. Bangalore. Data Caching Communication and using DSR in Ad Technology – 2010 hoc Networks (CCT-10) ). Jodhpur. Ambika T International Conference on A Survey on IEEE Computer 802. Dec th th 28 . January 22-23. 29th 2010 International A Survey on IEEE Conference on 802. Ms. National or International 71. August 2010 National Conference 74. 75. Nov 2010.16j Mobile Multi Engineering & Hop Relay Networks. 29 International Conference on Computer A Comparative study Engineering & on Wifi and Wimax Technology.16j Mobile Computer Engineering Multi Hop Relay & Technology. RTAC123. National Conference on Knowledge Utsav. Bangalore. 2010 International Conference National Conference Ver. Ms. Jodhpur. Ganga Holi 73.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. 76.

Dheeraj D 86. 80. Mr. Nov verification 2010.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. Name of the Person Title of Paper Publications Citation National or International 79. Devaraj Verma C 84. National Conference Offline signature on Emerging verification using Technologies in CEQ Computer Science International Conference National Conference International Conference National Conference Ver. Vinay A Systems IEEE International Conference on Communication Control and Computing Technologies 81. IEEE International Conference on Internet Multimedia Systems Architecture and Application 2010 (IMSAA – 2010) International An Efficient Video Conference on Streaming Communication and Architecture for Computational Video-on-Demand Intelligence (INCOCCI Systems 2010) A Novel International Framework for Conference on Distributed Computer and Dynamic Load Engineering Balancing in Technology 2010 Video-on-Demand (ICCET 2010) Systems Design of compressed International Journal of memory model for Computer Science robotics based on issues AVC standard National Conference Design of on Artificial Computational Intelligence and Model for Robotics Software Engineering2010 International An Entropy based conference on approach for Computer Engineering offline signature and Technology. Bandwidth Aware Load Balancing and Optimal bandwidth Allocation Techniques for Video-on-Demand System Architectural Solution for Improving Performance of Video-on-Demand Mr. No. 85. 83. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 139 of 193 pages . 82. Mr.

Name of the Person Title of Paper Publications Citation National or International 87. Chitali International A Novel Approach conference on to offline signature Computer Engineering verification using and Technology. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 140 of 193 pages . Enhanced Clustering Algorithm based International on Minimum Conference on Demand Spanning Tree Computing Oxford using Divide & College 2010 Conquer Technique Enhanced Clustering Algorithm based International on Minimum Conference on Demand Spanning Tree Computing Oxford using Divide & College 2010 Conquer Technique International Conference Ver. Nov distance classifier 2010. Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Sl. Ms. Ms. P Ramadevi 89. Usha D 88. No.

Srikanta Murthy IBM Rs. 1. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 141 of 193 pages . 5 Lakhs 3. Ganga Holi Mr. 2. Name of the Faculty Dr. 1 Lakh Consultancy Consultancy / Project Proposal Project Consultancy Project Sl No. K Murthy N Balasubramnya Prof. 1 Lakh IBM Rs.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 6 Faculty R & D and Consultancy Details Funding Agency / Company AICTE Rs. Shylaja S S Consultancy Consultancy Ver. 1 Lakh 4. 2 Lakhs AICTE Rs. Dr. 5 Lakhs IBM Rs. Ms. Karthik S IBM Rs. 5.

F103 Class Room No. 6‟ Desk 11 8‟ Desk 06 14 Tube Lights 06 Fans 80 Exclusive Tutorial Room No.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 7 Facilities and Technical Support Description of Class rooms. F204 PG Class Room / Tutorial Room No. F201 Class Room No. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 142 of 193 pages . F202 To conduct classes for M. 01 DLP. F104 Class Room No. F102 Usage Class room for 2nd year Classrdroom for 3 year Classrdroom for 3 year Class room for 2nd year Classthroom for 4 year Class room for 4th year Shared / Capacity Exclusive Rooms Equipped with Each room Equipped with the following 01 Green Board. seminar and conference halls Room Description Class Room No. faculty rooms. Tech Students and tutorial for below average students 36 Ver. 01 White Board. F203 Class Room No. 01 Projector Screen 01 Camera 01 Podium 6‟ Desk 11 8‟ Desk 06 14 Tube Lights 06 Fans Each room Equipped with the following 01 Green Board 01 White Board 01 DLP 01 Projector Screen 01 Camera 01 Podium. F101 Class Room No.

03 Staff Tables. 01 Podium. 01 Collar Mike. 01 Computer Table. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 143 of 193 pages . 01 Wireless Mike.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Room Description Usage Shared / Exclusive Capacity Rooms Equipped with Seminar Hall To conduct Conferences. 150 S type chairs orange. 01 White Board. 01 Clock 120 Ton AC 1200 chairs 2 Green Rooms Equipped with lights High end Sound systems Auditorium To conduct Conferences. 01 Projector Screen. Seminars and Workshops Shared 150 01 Green Board. Seminars and Workshops Shared 1200 Ground Floor Conference Room Ground Floor Conference Room To conduct meeting among faculty and students Exclusive 07 01 White Board 07 black chairs 01 Fan 04 Small Tube Lights 02 Staff Tables Ver. 18 Fans. 40 Tube Lights.

03 Open Shelf. 29 Closed Shelf. 01 Computer Table. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 144 of 193 pages . 07 Revolving Chairs. 02 OHP. 01 Xerox Machine Table Black Chairs. 01 Book racks. 04 Laptops. 01 Red Board. 01 DLP. Internet speed of 100 Mbps. 01 White Board. 01 Laptop. 01 Xerox Machine. 01 Printer. 02 Staff Tables. 02 Computer Tables.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Room Description Usage Shared / Exclusive Capacity Rooms Equipped with 01 PC. 02 Printer. 01 Clock 02 PC. 02 Phones. 03 Tube Lights. 02 Fans. Internet speed of 100 Mbps. 01 ACS System HOD Room Occupancy of HOD for administrative work. 07 Glass Shelf. 01 Phone. preparation to class 10 Exclusive Department Office Office Assistants for Department work 07 Ver.

preparation to class. 01 Revolving Chair. 01 Tube Light. 07 Revolving Chair. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 145 of 193 pages . 03 Phones . 01 Printers. 06 Small Tube Lights. 11 Book racks. 01 Standing Fan 02 PC. 03 Fans.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Room Description Usage Shared / Exclusive Capacity Rooms Equipped with 05 PC. preparation to class. 01 Fan. 03 Black Chairs 07 PC 04 Printers Internet speed of 100 Mbps 11 Book racks. 09 Revolving Chair. 02 Printers. 08 Big Tube Lights. 01 Scanner. 01 Black Chair. 08 Big Tube Lights. reading and other coordination First Floor Staff Room 11 02 Ver. 03 Phones. reading and other coordination 11 Exclusive Ground Floor Inner Staff Room Faculty Members for administrative work. 01 Phone. Internet speed of 100 Mbps. 03 Fans Ground Floor Staff Room Faculty Members for administrative work. 07 Black Chair. 06 Small Tube Light.

02 Staff Tables. 03 Black Chairs 01 PC. preparation to class. 01 White Board. 02 Revolving Chairs. 01 Tube Light. etc. 06 Tube Lights. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 146 of 193 pages . Internet speed of 100 Mbps. 01 Book racks. 01 Fan. 02 Black Chairs First Floor Inner KRP Room 02 Professors for research work. 01 Computer Table. 07 Glass Shelf. 01 Printer. 02 Tube Lights. reading. 02 Phones 29 Closed Shelf. 01 Staff Table.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Room Description Usage Shared / Exclusive Capacity Rooms Equipped with 01 PC. 02 Fans. 03 Open Shelf. 01 Revolving Chair. 01 Printer. 02 Fans. First Floor KRP Room Exclusive 07 First Floor Library Room Department Library 04 Ver. 02 Black Chairs.

Suthikshn Kumar 2 Days Dr. Nirmal Kumar Sanchiet Guidelines for effective program writing Effective Programming Institution 1 Day Faculty Ver. Industry PESIT & BITES 1 Day Faculty Institution Dr.1. Shylaja S S Dr. Continuing Education Module Description Any other contributory Inst. In CAY M2 2008-09 Innovative methods of teaching computer science topics Indo Australian Workshop Dr. K N Balasubramn aya Murthy and Prof. Omkar Faculty & Students from India and Australia Faculty & Students Multi-core Programming Industry PESIT & BITES 1 Day Om Sachan & Jaya Krishna Wipro Trainers Mission 10 X Industry PESIT & WIPRO 1 Week Faculty In CAY M1 2009-10 Dr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 8 Table 8. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 147 of 193 pages . Padamnab an Krishnan Effective teaching skills for enhancing the teaching process. Australian Institute Interaction with PESIT – ISE Introduction to Mutilcore and its uses Effective teaching skills for enhancing the teaching process./Industry Developed/ organized by Duratio n Resource Persons Target Audience Usages and citation etc.

Shylaja SS Prof. N S Kumar Dr. S S Prabhu and Dr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 148 of 193 pages . Venkatram an. Krishnan. CEO Dr. Introduction to Mobile OSs. Shylaja S S Duratio n Resource Persons Trainers from Integra Micro Systems Mr. Deepak Nadig Prof. K N Balasubramn aya Murthy and Prof. CTO Wipro Trainers Target Audience Usages and citation etc. Srikanta Murthy 2 Days Faculty & Students Usage of learning tools Mission 10 X Industry PESIT & WIPRO 1 Week Faculty Effective teaching skills for enhancing the teaching process./Industr y Developed/ organized by Dr. K N Balasubramn aya Murthy 1 Day Faculty Learning Resource Management Ver. Nithin V Pujari Mr. Shylaja SS& Prof. Chandras hekar Ramanath an Faculty & Students Hands on experience and research focus Preplacement training NS 2 Industry 3 Days IT for Non IT Industry and Institution 3 Days Students MOODELS Institution Dr. Mobile Application Development Android Application Development Industry 2 Days Faculty & Students Interactive Learning Tools Industry Dr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Module Description Any other contributory Inst. In CAY 2010-11 Prof.

Shreeephad Mr. Shylaja S S III Semester Students VI semester Students VI semester Students Industry Dr.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 8. S Natarajan Industry 2 Hrs Each Mr. B V Prasad VIII semester students VI semester Students VII semester Students Application of the Subject in industry Management Information System J2EE Programmin g Industry 2 Hrs each Prof. Lobo Francis James Industry Ver. Application of the Subject in industry In CAY m1 2009-10 Interaction through Data Structures Discussion Forum Software Testing Institution Prof. S Natarajan & Mr. Shylaja S S Prof. Shylaja S S Prof. Vinay A Ms. Vinay A 4 Days (2 Hrs / Day) Prof. S Ramani Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 149 of 193 pages . Dominic. Nagasundar i S & Mr. Mamatha H R Dr. Shylaja S S IV semester students Helpful for placements Industry Prof. Duration In CAY m2 2008-09 Interaction through C++ Discussion Forum Interaction through Data Structures Discussion Forum Health Informatics Management Information System 6 Days / Semester (2 Hrs / Day) 4 Days / Semester (2 Hrs / Day) Institution Prof./Industry Developed/ organized by Resource Persons Target Audience Usages and citation etc. S Natarajan & MS. Shylaja S S Dr. Shylaja S S V Semester Students Helpful for placements Institution Prof.2 New Facility Created Module Description Any other contributory Inst.

A Ms. Shylaja S S 2 Hrs each 4 Days / semester (2 Hrs / Day) Prof. Shylaja S S Prof. Vijaykala & Mr. A IV semester students In CAY 2010-11 System Software OOP using C++ Interaction through C++ Discussion Forum Graph Theory & Combinatiric s Entrepreneur ship & Management Innovation. Devaraj Verma C Dr. Technical Leadership and Professional ExcellenceMadame Curie Approach Interaction through C Forum Ver. Institution Ms. Sumathi M IV semester students Helpful for placements Institution Ms. Vijaykala I semester students Helpful for placements NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 150 of 193 pages . Shylaja S S Prof. S Natarajan Industry Industry VII semester students 2 Hrs each Acquiring leadership Industry Mr. Vijaykala & Mr. Suresh Babu Hemanth Kumar V semester students Hardcore knowledge about the subject Helpful for placements Hardcore knowledge about the subject Institution III semester students Institution Prof. Sumathi M 4 Days / semester (2 Hrs / Day) 4 Days / semester (2 Hrs / Day) Ms. Shylaja S S Dr./Industry Developed/ organized by Duration Resource Persons Target Audience Usages and citation etc.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Module Description Interaction through Unix Shell Programmin g Discussion Forum Interaction through C++ Discussion Forum Any other contributory Inst. Creativity. Vinay. Sudarshan Iyengar Prof. Ananthram an Prof. Shylaja S S Dr. June 2009 Industry Industry Prof. S Natarajan Dr. Vijaykala 4 Days / semester (2 Hrs / Day) Ms. Basavaraj V & VII semester students Institution Ms. Vinay. N S Kumar Prof.

if any Theory Labs Special Topic Seminars Project Work Electives Forums Guest Lectures Buddy System Introduction of subjects in the upcoming areas / 1. Tuned towards focus on higher education in specific domains Pre placement Training Enhancing understandability hardcore topics Increase in (T1 & T2) of placements Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 9 OVERALL IMPROVEMENTS In CAY m2 2008-09 List of PEO(s). 3 & 5 increase employability students and Alumni NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Analytical ability and Conceptual Knowledge increased Provides hands on experience of theoretical concepts Inculcates self learning. 2 & 3 knowledge of the students Discussion forums in Faculty subjects like C++ and Data members 1. method of report preparation Exposes students to different research domains Exposes students to work environment of software industry. 2. 4 time project work that can be &5 carried out at industry. 4 seminar work to introduce &5 different areas of research Introduction of 24 credit full 1. 3. 2 & 3 technologies (industry specific courses) Introduction of new labs like Operating Systems Lab and 1&2 Object Oriented Analysis & Design Lab Introduction of 2 credit self Members of learning course called 1. 2. 2 & 4 Academia / MIS Industry VII A pre-placement activity to Semester 1. Domain Specific electives that nurture the technical 1. 4 BOS & special topics that enhances &5 DPAC major PEOs Committees Introduction of 1 credit 1. which are strengthe ned Specify the improveme nt Improvement brought in Contribute d by Comments. June 2009 Page 151 of 193 pages . 2. 2. 2 & 5 Structures and students Invited Understating Application People from Perspective of subjects like 1. 3. 3.

2. 3. Electives 1. 2 & 3 Improvement brought in Comments. Data Structures. if any Theory Introduction of subjects in the upcoming areas / technologies (industry specific courses) Introduction of new labs like Operating Systems Lab. 4 different research &5 domains Exposes students to work 1. Domain Specific electives that nurture the technical knowledge of the students. Pre placement Training Enhancing understandability hardcore topics of Increase in placements (T1 & T2) Ver. Technical subjects like Open Source Systems and Management subjects like TQM were opted. Unix Shell Programming. Forums Guest Lectures Buddy System Faculty members 1. Contribute which d by are strength ened 1. 2 & 4 Software Testing and J2EE Academia / Industry VII A pre-placement activity to Semester 1. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 152 of 193 pages . 2 & 5 and students Invited Understating Application People Perspective of subjects like MIS. Advanced Java Lab. 3. Object Oriented Analysis & Design Lab Introduction of 2 credit self learning course called special topics that enhances major PEOs Introduction of 1 credit seminar work to introduce different areas of research Introduction of 24 credit full time project work that can be carried out at industry. culture at UG level 4& 5 leading to research publications Exposes students to 1. Microcontroller Lab.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 In CAY m1 2009-10 Specify the improve ment List of PEO(s). 3 & increase employability students 5 and Alumni Discussion forums in subjects like C++. 2 & 3 Students can opt even interdisciplinary electives at institution level. 2. 3. 4 environment of software &5 industry. Members of BOS & DPAC Committee s Analytical ability and Conceptual Knowledge increased Provides hands on experience of theoretical concepts Labs 1&2 Special Topic Seminar s Project Work Inculcates self learning & also imbibed research 1. from 1. 2. 2.

2. Multicore Programming with labs sessions being introduced to enhance classroom learning Faculty Discussion forums in subjects members like C++.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Specify the improve ment Labs Special Topic Seminars Project Work Electives Forums Expert Lectures Buddy System In CAY 2010-11 List of PEO(s). 1. 2 & 3 Cryptography & Network Security. C++. June 2009 Page 153 of 193 pages . 3. Specific electives like Mobile Systems Engineering. students Invited Guest lectures by experts from People industry and academia in from 1. 3 students increase employability &5 and Alumni NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Comments. Academi System Software a/ Industry VII Semester A pre-placement activity to 1. 2. Data Structures. 2. 3. time project work that can be Committ 4&5 carried out at industry. ees Domain Specific electives that nurture the technical knowledge of the students. Students can opt even interdisciplinary electives at institution level. 3. Microcontroller Lab. topics that enhances major 4& 5 PEOs Introduction of 1 credit seminar Member 1. Object Oriented Analysis & Design Lab Introduction of 2 credit self learning course called special 1. 2 & 5 and Shell Programming. work to introduce different s of 4&5 areas of research BOS & Introduction of 24 credit full DPAC 1. 2 & 4 subjects like GTC. Advanced 1&2 Java Lab. Contrib which Improvement brought in uted by are strengt hened Introduction of new labs like Operating Systems Lab. if any Provides hands on experience of theoretical concepts Inculcates self learning & also imbibed research culture at UG level leading to research publications Exposes students to different research domains Exposes students to work environment of software industry. 2. Pre placement Training Enhancing understandability of hardcore topics Increase in placements (T1 & T2) and internship projects (95%) Ver. Unix 1.

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P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 10 Table 10.1 Course Modules for 2009 – 2013 Batch Additional PEOs Units Science/HSS theory/lab/ specified / assignment by Theory Lab Professional s/ Comment Affiliating Units Units Core, tests s Univ. or Elective needed the Credits Credits or Breadth? to meet College? objectives? 5 -4 Science 5 -3 5 12 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 1 12 1 12 1 --12 1 12 1 -12 1 --12 1 -12 1
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Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematics & Combinatorics Digital Design (Theory & Laboratory) Data Structures (Theory & Laboratory) OOP with C++ (Theory & Laboratory) Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics Analysis and Design of Algorithms Object oriented (Theory & Laboratory) Programming using Java System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Microcontrollers (Theory & Laboratory) Finite Automata and Formal Languages Data Communications Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Compiler Design Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory)
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Professional Core

Science

PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University

YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses NIL

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Units Course Theory Units Credits Database Management Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages (Theory & Laboratory) Software Engineering Management Information Systems XML Operations Research Multimedia Computing Multicore Programming Special Topics Seminar Project Work Lab Units Credits 6+1 mini project 1 -2 12 1 12 1 12 1 ---------1 -2 --24

Additional PEOs Science/HSS theory/lab/ specified / assignment by Professional s/ Comment Affiliating Core, tests s Univ. or Elective needed the or Breadth? to meet College? objectives?

5 4 -5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4

Self Learning Course

1 CIE and 1 SEE

Professional Core PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University Group A Elective YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses

NIL

Self Learning Course

1 CIE and 1 SEE

Breadth

1 CIE and 1 SEE

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Table 10.2 Course Modules for 2008 – 2012 Batch PEOs Units specified Science/HSS/ by Professional Theory Lab Affiliatin Course Core, Units Units g Elective Univ. or Credits Credits or Breadth? the College? 5 -Linear Algebra 4 Science 5 Discrete Mathematical -3 Structures 5 12 Digital Design Theory 4 1 & Laboratory 5 12 Data Structures Theory 4 1 Professional & Laboratory Core 5 12 Unix Shell Prgmg Theory & Laboratory 4 1 5 Computer Architecture -4 and Organization PEOs 5 Methods of Applied specified -4 Mathematics II by the Science 5 Graph Theory and College as -3 Combinatorics per the 5 12 guidelines OOP using C++ 4 1 of the Theory & Laboratory Affiliating 6+1 Database Management University 5 Mini Systems Theory & Project Laboratory 4 1 5 12 Microprocessors Professional 4 1 Theory & Laboratory Core 5 -Software Engineering 4 5 Finite Automata and -4 Formal Languages 5 12 Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory)
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YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses

NIL

4 5 4 5 4

1 -12 1
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Units Course Theory Units Credits Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Advanced Java Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages Programming the Web Compiler Design Operations Research Multimedia Computing Multicore Programming Software Project Management Special Topics Data Mining & Warehousing (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) -2 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -2 5 4 5 4 --------6+1 mini project 1 10 + 1 Mini Project 1 Lab Units Credits -12 1 12 1 12 1

Science/HSS/ Professional Core, Elective or Breadth? Self Learning Course

PEOs specified by Affiliatin g Univ. or the College?

Additional theory/lab/ assignment s/ tests needed to meet objectives? 1 CIE and 1 SEE

Comments

Professional Core YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses NIL

Group A Elective

PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University

Self Learning Course

1 CIE and 1 SEE YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses

Professional Core

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Units Course Theory Units Credits Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) CSPA Digital Image Processing Adhoc Sensor Networks Web2.0 Entrepreneurship & Management XML Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security & Cryptography Natural Language Processing Embedded Computing System Cloud Computing Algorithms of Intelligent Web Term Paper Seminar Project Work
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Science/HSS/ Professional Core, Elective or Breadth? Professional Core

PEOs specified by Affiliatin g Univ. or the College?

Additional theory/lab/ assignment s/ tests needed to meet objectives?

Comment s

5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -2 -1 --

Group B Elective YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses

Group C Elective ------24 Breadth Self Learning Course

PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University

NIL

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Table 10.2 Course Modules for 2007 – 2011 Batch PEOs Additional Units Science/HSS/ specified theory/lab/ Professional by assignments/ Theory Lab Course Core, Affiliating tests needed Units Units Elective Univ. or to meet Credit or Breadth? the Credits objectives? s College? 5 -Linear Algebra 4 Science 5 Discrete Mathematical -4 Structures 5 12 Digital Design Theory 4 1 & Laboratory 5 12 OOP using C++ Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Complex Analysis, PDE and Numerical Methods Graph Theory and Combinatorics Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory)
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4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4

1 12 1 ---12 1 6+1 Mini Project 1 12 1 --12 1 -12 1

Professional Core

Science

Professional Core

PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University

YES 2 CIEs, 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses

NIL

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1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses YES NIL Group A ---Group B -----Professional Core Self Learning Course 1 CIE and 1 SEE Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 160 of 193 pages . or to meet the objectives? College? Commen ts Self Learning Course 1 CIE and 1 SEE Professional Core PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University YES 2 CIEs. Elective or Breadth? PEOs Additional specified theory/lab/ by assignments/ Affiliating tests needed Univ.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Units Credits System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topic Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Programming in Java (Theory & Laboratory) Software Testing Open Source Systems Data Mining and Warehousing Operations Research Artificial Intelligence Distributed Systems Computer Graphics Multimedia Computing Seminar Special Topic 5 4 -5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 4 -1 -2 Lab Units Credit s 6+1 Mini Project 1 -12 1 12 1 12 1 --- Science/HSS/ Professional Core.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 161 of 193 pages . or to meet the objectives? College? Comment s Professional Core YES PEOs specified by the College as per the guidelines of the Affiliating University 2 CIEs.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Units Credits Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) Network Management Digital Image Processing Natural Language Processing XML Technologies Entrepreneurship and Management Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security and Cryptography Adhoc Sensor Networks Compiler Design Seminar Project Work 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -1 --Lab Units Credit s 12 1 10 + 2 Mini Project s 1 12 1 -------- Science/HSS/ Professional Core. 1 Quiz and SEE conducted for all the courses Group C NIL Group D -----24 Breadth 1 CIE and 1 SEE Ver. Elective or Breadth? PEOs Additional specified theory/lab/ by assignments/ Affiliating tests needed Univ.

1: List of Course Modules for 2009 – 2013 Batch Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Assig nmen t/ Test YES YES YES ----YES YES Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Assignments to enhance learning Lab Instructions ----Tutorials Assignments to enhance learning -Mini Projects to enhance technical knowledge Additional Lab Lab Instructions ---- Theory Lab Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematics & Combinatorics Digital Design (Theory & Laboratory) Data Structures (Theory & Laboratory) OOP with C++ (Theory & Laboratory) Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) Object oriented Programming using Java (Theory & Laboratory) System Software Microcontrollers (Theory & Laboratory) Finite Automata and Formal Languages Data Communications 4 3 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 5 4 --12 1 12 1 12 1 --12 1 12 1 -12 1 --Excellent ------YES --- ---YES -------- -- --- YES ----- YES YES ---- ------ Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 162 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 11 Table 11.

June 2009 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -- 12 1 -12 1 6+1 mini project 1 -2 12 1 12 1 12 1 -------2 Excellent ---- Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Assignments to enhance learning ----- -- -- -- -- ---- ---- ---- ---- -- -------- --YES ----- YES YES -YES ---- Case studies as assignments Additional Lab rstanding Assignments to enhance learning ---- NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 163 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Additional contents to Quality of meet objectives? PEOs specified? (Poor / Assign Avg / Theory Lab ment / Good / Test Excellent) ------YES --- Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Compiler Design Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Database Management Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages (Theory & Laboratory) Software Engineering Management Information Systems XML Operations Research Multimedia Computing Multicore Programming Special Topics Ver.

0 Entrepreneurship & Management Enterprise Resource Planning 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 ---- ---- ---- --YES -- -- -- YES Network Security & Cryptography 4 --YES -- Natural Language Processing Ver. June 2009 5 4 -- -- -- -- NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 164 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Additional contents to Quality of meet objectives? PEOs specified? (Poor / Assign Avg / Theory Lab ment / Good / Test Excellent) Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers -- Data Mining & Warehousing (Theory & Laboratory) OOMD (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) Computer System Performance Analysis 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 6+1 mini project 1 10+ 2 mini project 1 12 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- YES Case studies --- --- --- --Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained --Case studies as assignments to enhance learning Mini projects to implement the knowledge gained -- Digital Image Processing 4 -Excellent -- YES --- Adhoc Sensor Networks Web2.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 165 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Theory Lab Assign ment / Test Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers -Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained ----- Embedded Computing System 5 4 5 ----- Cloud Computing 4 -Excellent -- YES -- Algorithms of Intelligent Web Term Paper Seminar Project Work 5 4 2 1 ----24 --------------- Ver.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 166 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 11.1: List of Course Modules for 2008 – 2012 Batch Units Additional contents to meet objectives? Assessmen t through Course files/Lab and assignmen t sheets/Test papers Assignmen ts to enhance learning Lab Instructions --Tutorials Assignmen ts to enhance learning -- Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Theory Lab Assign ment / Test Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics II Graph Theory and Combinatorics Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering Finite Automata and Formal Languages 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 5 4 --12 1 12 1 12 1 ---12 1 6+1 Mini Projec t 1 12 1 -Excellent ------YES ---- ---YES ---------- YES YES -----YES YES -- 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -- -- -- -- -- YES -- Lab Instructions Case studies as assignment -- -- -- YES -- -- --- --- Ver.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Theory Lab Assign ment / Test Assessmen t through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers --- Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) 5 4 5 4 -12 1 6+1 Mini projec t 1 -12 1 12 1 12 1 --------Excellent --- --- --- 5 4 -2 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -2 -- -- -- -- Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Advanced Java Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages Programming the Web Compiler Design Operations Research Multimedia Computing Multicore Programming Software Project Management Special Topics Ver. June 2009 ---- ---- ---- ---- -- -- -- -Case studies Mini projects ------- --------- -YES ------- YES -------- NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 167 of 193 pages .

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 168 of 193 pages . 5 4 5 -- -- -- YES XML 4 -- -- YES -- Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Theory Lab Assign ment / Test Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Data Mining & Warehousing (Theory & Laboratory) 5 4 Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) CSPA 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 6+1 mini projec t 1 10 + 1 Mini Projec t 1 12 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- --- --Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained -Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained Case studies Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained Digital Image Processing 4 -Excellent -- YES --- Adhoc Sensor Networks 5 4 5 -- -- -- -- Web2.0 4 -- -- YES --- Entrepreneurship & Mgmt.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 169 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Assi gnm ent / Test Theory Lab 5 Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security & Cryptography Natural Language Processing Embedded Computing System 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 Cloud Computing 4 -Excellent --------------YES Assessment through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Case studies as assignments to enhance learning -- -- -Mini projects to implement the conceptual knowledge gained ----- -- -- YES -- Algorithms of Intelligent Web Term Paper Seminar Project Work 4 2 1 ----24 ------------- Ver.

1: List of Course Modules for 2007 – 2011 Batch Units Additional contents to meet objectives? Assessmen t through Course files/Lab and assignment sheets/Test papers Assignment s to enhance -learning Lab Instructions -- Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Theory Lab Assign ment / Test Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Complex Analysis. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 170 of 193 pages . PDE and Numerical Methods Graph Theory and Combinatorics Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 --12 1 12 1 12 1 ---12 1 6+1 Mini Projec t 1 12 1 -Excellent ------ ---YES -- YES YES --- -- -- -- -- YES ---- ------- -YES YES -- Tutorials Assignment s to enhance -learning -- -- -- -- -- -- YES -- Lab Instructions Case studies as assignment -- -- YES Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 11.

June 2009 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -12 1 -12 1 6+1 Mini Projec t 1 -12 1 12 1 12 1 --- ----- ------ 5 4 -5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -- -- -- -- --Excellent ----- -----YES ------- -----Mini projects Case studies as assignment ---- ----- ----- ----- YES ---- NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 171 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent) Additional contents to meet objectives? Theory Lab Assessmen t through Course files/Lab Assig and nme nt / assignment Test sheets/Test papers ---------- Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topic Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Programming in Java (Theory & Laboratory) Software Testing Open Source Systems Data Mining and Warehousing Operations Research Artificial Intelligence Distributed Systems Ver.

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Course Theory Lab

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Additional contents to meet objectives?

Theory

Lab

Assessmen t through Course files/Lab Assig and nme nt / assignment Test sheets/Test papers -----------

Computer Graphics Multimedia Computing Seminar Special Topic Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) Network Management

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Natural Language Processing XML Technologies Entrepreneurship and Management Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security and Cryptography
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Quality of PEOs specified? (Poor / Avg / Good / Excellent)

Additional contents to meet objectives?

Theory

Lab

Assessment through Course files/Lab Assig and nme assignment nt / sheets/Test Test papers ---------

Adhoc Sensor Networks Compiler Design Seminar Project Work

5 4 5 4 -1 ---

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P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 12
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES & COURSE OBJECTIVES

1. Students will gain the ability to identify, formulate, and solve challenging IT problems. 2. Students will develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment or master‟s in Information Science and related disciplines. 3. Students will be provided with an educational foundation that prepares them for leadership roles along diverse career paths. 4. Students will develop an understanding of the social and human context in which their engineering contributions will be utilized. 5. Students will learn to communicate their ideas to be effective in collaboration with other members of engineering teams.

PROGRAM AND COURSE OUTCOMES

1. A strong foundation in core Information Science and Engineering, both theoretical and applied concepts. 2. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to real-world problems. 3. Ability to model, understand, and develop complex software and information management systems. 4. An ability to function effectively within teams. 5. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility 6. An ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and oral. 7. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of Information Science and Engineering solutions in the societal and human context 8. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning 9. A knowledge of contemporary issues Note: Further OB indicates Objectives and OC indicates outcomes
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1 Course Modules for 2009 – 2013 Batch Course Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematics & Combinatorics Digital Design (Theory & Laboratory) Data Structures (Theory & Laboratory) OOP with C++ (Theory & Laboratory) Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) Object oriented Programming using Java (Theory & Laboratory) System Software Microcontrollers (Theory & Laboratory) Finite Automata and Formal Languages OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 175 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 10.

June 2009 OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 176 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Data Communications Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Compiler Design Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Database Management Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages (Theory & Laboratory) Software Engineering Management Information Systems XML Operations Research Special Topic Seminar Ver.

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 177 of 193 pages .2 Course Modules for 2008 – 2012 Batch Course Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics II Graph Theory and Combinatorics Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 10.

June 2009 OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 178 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topics Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Advanced Java Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages Programming the Web Compiler Design Operations Research Multimedia Computing Ver.

0 Entrepreneurship & Management XML Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security & Cryptography Natural Language Processing OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Multicore Programming Software Project Management Special Topics Data Mining & Warehousing (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) CSPA Digital Image Processing Adhoc Sensor Networks Web2. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 179 of 193 pages .

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 180 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Embedded Computing System Cloud Computing Algorithms of Intelligent Web Term Paper Seminar Project Work OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver.

PDE and Numerical Methods Graph Theory and Combinatorics Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) Ver. June 2009 OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 181 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 10.2 Course Modules for 2007 – 2011 Batch Course Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Complex Analysis.

P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topic Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Programming in Java (Theory & Laboratory) Software Testing Open Source Systems Data Mining and Warehousing Operations Research Artificial Intelligence Distributed Systems Computer Graphics Multimedia Computing OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 182 of 193 pages .

June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 183 of 193 pages .P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Course Seminar Special Topic Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) Network Management Digital Image Processing Natural Language Processing XML Technologies Entrepreneurship and Management Enterprise Resource Planning Network Security and Cryptography Adhoc Sensor Networks Compiler Design Seminar Project Work OB OB OB OB OB OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Ver.

Mr. Ambika T. Shylaja S S. Ms. Ms. Ms. Vijayakala & Ms. Aparna B S Ms. Shylaja S S. Ganaga Holi. P Ramadevi Ver. Sangeetha J Ms. Vijayakala. Usha D Ms. Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 P E S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ANNEXURE 13 Table 13. 1 Faculty List for 2009-2013 Batch Units Course Theory Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematics & Combinatorics Digital Design (Theory & Laboratory) Data Structures (Theory & Laboratory) OOP with C++ (Theory & Laboratory) Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 --12 Mathematics Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Lab --12 1 12 1 12 1 Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Mr. Prof. Ms. Ms. A NIL Prof. Ms. Sangeetha J. Renna Sultana Area of specialization needed to achieve PEOs specified by Mathematics Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Ms. Shylaja S S. Ms. Ganag Holi. Shylaja S S. Ganga Holi Comments Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) 4 1 Prof. Sharmila & Ms. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 184 of 193 pages . Ambika T. Vinay. Ms. Sangeetha J. Vinayaka S P Prof.

Karthik. Ganga Holi. Karthik S. Dheeraj D Ms. Mr. Mr. Mr. Chaitalli Prof.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Object oriented Programming using Java (Theory & Laboratory) System Software 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 --12 1 Lab 12 1 Area of specialization needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Ms. Mr. Dinesha H A & Ms. Sharmila C Ms. Ganga Holi. Devaraj Verma C Comments Microcontrollers (Theory & Laboratory) Finite Automata and Formal Languages Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering NIL Ver. Karthik S. Ms. Usha D & Ms. Mr. Shylaja S S. Mr. Mamatha H R. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 185 of 193 pages .

Sangeetha J Prof. Shylaja S S. Ms. Deepthy Rao Lab Area of specialization needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Comments Prof. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 186 of 193 pages . Ganga Holi. Ambika T Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory 4 1 Prof. Ms. Shylaja S S. Nandini S -Mathematics Ms. Namitha M V Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 13. Ganga Holi. Vijayakala. Ms. Vinay A Ver. Sangeetha J. Sumathi M. Ambika T Ms. Ms. Ms. Vijaykala. Ganga Holi. Mr. Vrinda Kamath Ms. Deepthy Rao & Ms. -12 1 12 1 12 1 Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Ms. Ambika T. Shylaja S S. Ms. Ms. 2 Faculty List for 2008-2012 Batch Units Course Theory 5 Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Methods of Applied Mathematics II Graph Theory and Combinatorics 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 -3 5 12 -Mathematics Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering -Ms. Ms. Parimala NIL Ms. Ms.

Mr. Mr. Ganga Holi. Ms. Bharathi Dr. Ms. Ramadevi P Prof. Dr. Mr. Shylaja S S. Mr. Mr. Karthik S. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 187 of 193 pages . Vinay A. Shylaja S S. Vinayaka S P Ms. Mr. Mamatha H R. Sumathi Ms. Suthikshn Kumar. Dr. Vinay A & Mr. S Natarajan. Devaraj Verma C Prof.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory Lab 6+1 Mini Project 1 12 1 Area of specializati on needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Comments Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory 5 4 5 4 5 Prof. Ganag Holi. Mr. S Natarajan. Vinay A Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Ms. Ms. Ms. Surya Prakash. Devraj Verma C Prof. Karthik S. Ms. Padamashree M V. Shyalaja S S . Dheeraj D All Faculty Members NIL Software Engineering 4 Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) 5 4 5 4 5 Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topics 4 5 4 -- -12 1 -12 1 6+1 Mini project 1 --- 5 4 -2 Ver. Mr. Padmashree M V. Mr. Shylaja S S. Ms. Mamatha H R.

Sangeetha S. Ms. Karthik S. Devraj Verma C. Karthik S Ms. S Natarajan. Mr. Mamatha H R. Ms. Engineering Malashree / Software Engineering Mr. Parimala R Computer Ms. Ambika T All Faculty Members NIL Ver. S Natarajan. Karthik S . Ganag Holi. Ms Prof. Parimala R Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theory 5 Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Advanced Java Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Principles of Programming Languages 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 Programming the Web 4 5 Compiler Design Operations Research Multimedia Computing Multicore Programming Special Topics 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -2 -------Lab 12 1 12 1 12 1 Area of specializati on needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Dr. Mr. Karthik S. Shylaja S J Ganga Holi. Computer Science / Vinay A. Information Science / Ms. Suthikshn Kumar. Networks / Computer Karthik S. Vinayak S P Dr. Dr. Ms. Dheeraj D Mr. Sangeetha J. Mr. Ms. Ms. Mr. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 188 of 193 pages . Mr. Ganag Holi. Mr. Comments Mr.

Srikanta Murthy K Prof. Ms. Ms. Suthkishn Kumar. Vinay. Ms. Deepthi K Prasad. Dr. Mamatha H R. Ms. Nandini S Prof. Aparana Ms. Ambika T. Vrunda Kamath Ms. Ms. Sangeetha J Dr. Ms. Mr. 2 Faculty List for 2007-2011 Batch Units Course Area of specializatio n needed to achieve PEOs specified by Mathematics Theor y 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 Lab --12 1 12 1 12 1 Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Ms. Nandini S Comments Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematical Structures Digital Design Theory & Laboratory Object Oriented Programming using C++ Theory & Laboratory Unix and Shell Programming Theory & Laboratory Computer Architecture and Organization Complex Analysis. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 189 of 193 pages . Dr. Shylaja S S. Ms.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Table 13. Parimala R Ms. Poornima Lokesh. Ms. Parimala R Ms. Narendra U P. Sumathi M. SrikantaMurthy K. Ambika T. Shylaja S S. Sumathi M. Ms. Ganga Holi. Vijaykala Mr. Ms. Ms. A NIL Ver. Nagasundari S. PDE and Numerical Methods Graph Theory and Combinatorics Data Structures Theory & Laboratory Database Management Systems Theory & Laboratory Microprocessors Theory & Laboratory Software Engineering Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Dr. Ms. S Natarajan. Ambika T ---12 1 6+1 Mini Project 1 12 1 -Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Mathematics Ms. Usha. Shylaja S S. Ganga Holi. Mr. Vinay A. Ms. Prof. Ms.

Ms. Ganga Holi. Ms. Sangeetha J. Parimala R Ms. Padmashree M V. Vinay A Ms. Padmashree. Harihara. Mamatha H R. Karthik S Mr. Vinay A Ms. Mr. Karthik S Ms. Ganga Holi. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 190 of 193 pages . Ms. Comments Finite Automata and Formal Languages Operating Systems (Theory & Laboratory) -12 1 4 5 Data Communications Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Theory & Laboratory) System Software (Theory & Laboratory) Special Topic Computer Networks (Theory & Laboratory) Unix System Programming (Theory & Laboratory) Programming in Java (Theory & Laboratory) 4 5 4 5 4 -5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -12 1 6+1 Mini Project 1 -12 1 12 1 12 1 ------ Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering NIL Open Source Systems Data Mining and Warehousing Operations Research Artificial Intelligence Distributed Systems Ver. Mr. Nagasundari S. Shylaja S S. Karthik S Dr. Meera V. Ms. Ms. Mr. Ms. Mr. Ms. Karthik S All Faculty Members Ms. Shylaja S S. Ganga Holi. Ms. Vijaykala Prof. Mr. Vinay A.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theor y 5 4 5 Lab Area of specializatio n needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Ms. Padmashree M V. S Natarajan Mr. Sangeetha J Prof. S Natarajan Mr. Ms. Mr. Ganga Holi. . Parimala R.Vinay Dr.

Dinesha H A Comments Multimedia Computing Seminar Special Topic Web Technologies (Theory & Laboratory) Object Oriented Modeling and Design (Theory & Laboratory) Mobile Computing (Theory & Laboratory) XML Technologies Entrepreneurship and Management Network Security and Cryptography Adhoc Sensor Networks Compiler Design Seminar Project Work 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 -1 --- Information Science / Computer Science / Computer Networks / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering Dr. Ms. Suthikshn Kumar. Amarnath J L.P E S Institute of Technology Department of Information Science & Engineering 2011 Units Course Theor y 5 4 -1 -2 5 4 Lab ---12 1 10 + 2 Mini Project s 1 12 1 --------24 Area of specializatio n needed to achieve PEOs specified by Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization Dr. Usha D Mr. Mr. A Dr. Chaitali C & Ms. S Natarajan. June 2009 NBA Accreditation of UG Engineering Program Page 191 of 193 pages . Prakash C O Mr. Sangeetha J Mr. Vinay. Mr. Mr. Devraj Verma C All Faculty Members All Faculty Members NIL Ver. S Natarajan. Mr. Ms. Malashree S Ms. Karthik S. Mr. Suthikshn Kumar. Mr. Surya Prakash Dr. Dheeraj. Karthik S All Faculty Members All Faculty Members Ms. Mr. Padamashree M V. Vinay A.

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