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1 College of Engineering, Perumon
Technical Education Quality Improvement Program – Phase II 𝑉𝐼 𝑡ℎ Review Meeting College of Engineering, Perumon

2 Preamble This power point presentation contains slides showing the improvement in (a) student performance (b) faculty contributions (c) facilities and technical support (d) academic support units and teaching learning process and (e) Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources of Participating Institutions of TEQIP-II during the project period. The above parameters are selected from Evaluation Guidelines of National Board of Accreditation for UG programs-Tier-II.

3 Student’s Success rate = (No
Student’s Success rate = (No. of students who cleared the programme in the s t i p u l a t e d period of course duration)/(No. of students admitted in the first year and students admitted in that batch via lateral entry)

4 Academic Performance Index (= Mean of CGPA of all the students on a 10-point CGPA system Or = (Mean of the percentage of marks of all students / 10)

5 Placement & Higher Studies (Assessment = 30 × (x + 1
Placement & Higher Studies (Assessment = 30 × (x y)/N , where, x = No. of students placed, y = No. of students admitted for higher studies with valid qualifying scores/ranks and N = No. of students who were admitted in the batch including lateral entry subject to max. assessment points = 30, Percentage of students to be considered based on first year and lateral entry)

6 Professional Societies

7 Publications by Students ECE
Contest Date Participants, title of Paper / Design, Venue Prizes / Awards CAYm Salva Jalsin,/E-Waste Management in india/College of Engineering Perumon CAYm211-12 Saitha M J,Thaznim,Dixon P Sunny,Anoop S Nair/Save Energy,Save Environment/KSEB Engineers house kollam CAYm Salva Jalsin K,Energy Conservation,KSEB unit kollam 1st price Saitha M J Nano Technology solution to the Ailing Power Sector/KSEB Engineers house kollam

8 Publications by Students EEE
Contest Date Participants, title of Paper / Design, Venue Prizes / Awards CAYm Kishore/ Akhilesh,Quiz Competition conducted by DHYUTHI Venue- College Of Engineering Perumon Jayakrishnan/Aswin Quiz Competition conducted by DHYUTHI 1ST PRIZE 2ND PRIZE CAYm211-12 Vipin, Gokul, Ajil, Avinash,Thamu, Global System For Vehicle Crime Control Using Automatic Tracking ReflectorsYounous College of Engineering Pallimuku , Kollam CAYm Nil

9 Entrepreneurship initiatives ECE
CAYm Rahul R Shekhar Patended registered Product RS 50000 Vishnu V RS 10000

10 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) ECE
Publication Date Student(s) name, title of Paper, venue Prizes / Awards CAY m Saitha M J, Revathy S Sanan, / Nano Materials & Emerging Trends in Nano Electronics/,11th Annual students convention ISTE Kerala section Govt Engineering college Thrissur CAYm Rahul R Shekhar/Station Master Controlled unmanned railway level crossing system/Younus college of Engineering 1st Prize

11 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) CSE
Publication Date Student(s) name, title of Paper, venue Prizes / Awards CAY m Anila Tresa Jose & Christy Ouseph presented a paper on “search optimization based on sequential pattern mininig “ at Mohandas college of Engineering technology,Anad Nedumangad. Geethu Karthik presented a paper on “CP-ABE Driven fine grained access control of data in cloud “ at TKM Institute of technology , Kollam 1st prize CAY m 12-13 Sreedhanya M V presented the project titled “ Discriminating most urgent trajectories in a road network using density based online clustering” at ASDF Global Awards 2013 by Techno Forum Group , Pondicherry , India Best student project of the year 2013 CAYm

12 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) EEE
Publication Date Student(s) name, title of Paper, venue Prizes / Awards CAY m Anoop s Nair,Green Energy, KSEB Engineer’s Office kollam CAYm Vipin, Gokul, Ajil, Avinash,Thamu, Global System For Vehicle Crime Control Using Automatic Tracking ReflectorsYounous College of Engineering Pallimuku , Kollam

13 Student Teacher Ratio (Assessment = 20 × 15/STR; subject to max
Student Teacher Ratio (Assessment = 20 × 15/STR; subject to max. assessment at 20 where, STR = (x + y + z)/N1 x = No. of students in 2nd year of the programme, y = No. of students in 3rd year of the programme z = No. of students in 4th year of the programme, N1 = Total no. of faculty members in the programme (by considering the fractional load)

14 Faculty Cadre Ratio (Assessment = 20 × CRI, Cadre ratio index (CRI) = 2.25 × (2x + y)/N; based on 1:2:6 subject to max. CRI = 1.0, x = No. of professors in the programme, y = No. of associate professors in the programme)

15 Faculty qualifications (Assessment = 6 × FQI, Faculty qualification index (FQI) = (10x + 6y + 2z0)/N2, where, x+y+z0 ≤ N2, z0 ≤ z, x = No. of faculty members with PhD, y = No. of faculty members with ME/Mtech, z = No. of faculty members with BE/BTech)

16 Electromagnetic Theory
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electronics Opto electronics Mr.Sudheer.V.R Electronic circuits Mrs.Seena .R VLSI Mr. Vineeth R Embedded Systems Electromagnetic Theory Mr.Arun.C Mr.Mukundakumar

17 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electrical

18 Natural language Processing
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ACM)- Comp Science Software Engineering Mr.Bejoy Abraham Image Processing Ms. Bindhu J S Mr.Afzal Information Security Mr.Ajish S Ratheesh S Network Security Natural language Processing Ms.Devi Dath Ms.Biji Nair Ms.Smitha C S

19 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ACM)- IT
Computer Science & Information Technology Suja Rani M S Sowmya K S Computer Science & Engineering Remya R Anoop S Deepa K Daniel Software Engineering Praveen K Wilson Digital Image Processing Surya S R

20 Faculty Participation in FSDs of two week duration

21 Faculty Participation in FSDs of one week duration

22 Faculty participation as resource persons

23 Faculty Retention (Assessment = 3 × RPI/N, Retention point index (RPI) = Sum of the retention points to all faculty members One retention point for each year of experience at the institution, subject to maximum five points to a faculty member.)

24 Faculty research publications (Assessment of FRP = 4 × (Sum of the research publication points scored by each faculty member)/N (Instruction: A faculty member scores maximum five research publication points each year, depending upon the quality of the research papers published in the past three years.) The research papers considered are those (i) which can be located on internet and/or are included in hard-copy volumes/ proceedings, published by well-known publishers, and (ii) the faculty member’s affiliation, in the published paper, is of the current institution.

25 Faculty Intellectual Property Rights (FIPR) (Assessment of FIPR = 2 × (Sum of the FIPR points scored by each faculty member)/N (Instruction: A faculty member scores maximum five FIPR points, each year. IPR includes awarded national/international patents, books, and copyrights.).

26 Funded R&D projects and consultancy (FRDC) work (Assessment of R&D and consultancy projects = 4 × (Sum of FRDC by each faculty member)/N , Instruction: A faculty member gets maximum five points each year, depending upon the amount of funds and/or c o n t r i b u t i o n s made. A suggestive scheme is given below for a minimum amount of Rs. 1 lakh: Five points for funding by national agency Four points for funding by state agency/ private sector Two points for funding by sponsoring trust/society

27 Faculty interaction with outside world (Faculty interaction p o i n t s ( F I P ) assessment = 2 × (Sum of FIP by each faculty member)/N

28 Lecture Halls

29 Seminar Halls

30 Tutorial Rooms

31 Faculty Rooms (Rooms equipped with white/black board, computer, internet, and other such amenities/facilities, Usage of room for counselling/discussion with students)

32 Laboratories (No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower support)
Computer Programming lab(30,2) OOPS Lab (20,2) Data Structure lab(20,2) Computer graphics Lab (15,2) System programming lab (12,2) Language processor lab (12,2) Network & OS lab (15,2) IT OOPS Lab (30,2) Data Structure lab(30,2) Computer graphics Lab (30,2) System programming lab (30,2) Computer Network Lab (30,2) Electronics Basic Electronics Lab(36,2) Electronics Circuits I Lab(36,2) Digital Electronics Lab(36,2) Electronic Circuits II Lab(36,2) Microprocessor Lab(4,2) Communication Engg. I Lab(36,2) Communication Engg. II Lab(36,2) and DSP Lab () Electrical Electrical Workshop Basic Electrical Lab Electrical Machines Lab I Electrical machines lab II Power Electronics lab Advanced Electrical and Electronics lab Microprocessor Lab Electronic Circuits Lab Electrical Measurements Lab

33 Lab manuals (Laboratories for which lab manuals are available
Computer Programming Lab OOPS Lab Data Structure Lab Computer graphics Lab System programming lab Language processor lab Network & OS lab IT Programming lab Data Structure lab Electrical Electrical Workshop Basic Electrical Lab Electrical Machines Lab I Power Electronics Lab Electronics Basic Electronics Lab Electronics Circuits I Lab Digital Electronics Lab Electronic Circuits II Lab Microprocessor Lab Communication Engg. I Lab Communication Engg. II Lab and DSP Lab

34 Language Lab Language Lab Space Software Used Type of experiments
Guidance 72 sqm SANAKO Group Discussion, Pronounciation, Debates etc A language lab instructor is there

35 Tutorial Classes (Subject, no of students in a tutorial class, hours)
Computer C Programming (30,4) Automata & Formal language (50,4) Discrete structures(40,4) IT Electrical Circuits, signals and systems (30,20) Digital signal processing (30,20) Power system III(30,20) Electronics Solid state electronics(30,8) Electronic circuits(30,8) Digital signal processing(60,10)

36 Mentoring System (how do you mentor students individually?)
Type of Mentoring: Total development Number of faculty Mentors: 2 per Class Number of students per Mentor:30 Frequency of Meeting: Need Based, Minimum 2/Semester

37 Feedback analysis (how do you do it? Reward/corrective measures)
Three feedbacks per semester First feedback-Manually taken after 10% of topics are covered Second feedback-Manually taken after 50% of topics are covered Third feedback-Taken in a software after 90% of topics are covered Analyzed by the Principal and concerned HOD and are discussed with the concerned faculty members individually. Suggestions for improvement in teaching performance are given if required

38 Scope for self learning (Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus) Technical seminars and workshops are arranged for students through departmental associations and professional societies NPTL lectures are made available to students E-journals are available to students through the digital library Technical magazines and journals are made available to students through the college library

39 Career Guidance, Placement Unit (Availability of an exclusive Well furnished Seminar Hall, Central Computing Facility, Soft skill development, employability assessment) Air conditioned seminar hall with a capacity of Central computing facility with 60 computers Accademic year No of students placed 44(upto 20/10/14) 46 20 51 112

40 Career Guidance, Placement Unit (contd) (Availability of an exclusive Well furnished Seminar Hall, Central Computing Facility, Soft skill development, employability assessment) Sl no. Programs in Program type No.of students attended No. of Days 1 Career Guidance Training 120 2 Soft Skill Development 110 8 3 PLC SCADA- Industrial Training Industrial Training 45 4 Industrial Training in KSEB- EE,ME 65 5 Industrial Training in KMML 60 6 Internship in E & Y Internship 7 Internship in Inometrics 12 Internship in VI Micro systems 20 14 9 Placements in (12 industry) Placement 46 students placed in 10 firms 10 Entrepreneurship 30 11 TBI formed with internet and phone facility Technology Business Incubator Interaction with Industrial Persons 70 13 Entrepreneurship & Incubation Trainings 35 Firms registered by students 4 batches(17 students) 15 Softwares developed by students 3 softwares 16 R & D work with Industry R & D 4 Projects 1 Year

41 Technology Business Incubator
Start-up name: Business domain Name of CEO Name of Mentor Emegra Innovatives php, .net, java Praveen Kumar Harikrishnan B, Senior Scientist, CDAC Yanz Fashion designing Aleena

42 Technology Business Incubator (contd)
Start-up name Business domain Name of CEO Name of Mentor Keylime Software & Tour packages Muhammed Riyas S Chindu Krishna Pankaj, CEO Inometrics Demeanour Software Harikrishnan M D Manojkumar D

43 Co-curricular activities
Departmental Forums- Organize various seminars and workshops. Newsletters are also released by the forums Professional Bodies- ISTE, IEEE function in the college The Industry Institute interaction cell also functions in the college

44 Extra-curricular activities
Sports activities under the guidance of Assistant professor in Physical Education Students participate in college sports meet and university sports meet Cultural activities include college arts fest and participation in university and inter- college arts festivals Students also have the opportunity to participate in the designing and publishing of college magazine every year. NSS cell is also functioning in the college

45 Facilities for Sports and Games
The college has an Assistant Professor in Physical education Play grounds are open on all working days from 6am to 8.30am in the morning and 4.15pm-6.30 pm in the evening. The college has a cricket/football ground, volleyball court and shuttle court The students are also extended opportunities for participating in various university level sports competitions

46 Campus Development and Management
Project wing cum Maintenance cell is in place to take care of civil, electrical and furniture routine check-ups and repairs. Schedule of routine inspection and check-ups are prepared. Minor repairs are carried out by in-house staff, major repairs are outsourced Maintenance cell meets once a month to take review and discuss any major problems. The institution has appointed a qualified electrician cum plumber for electrical and plumbing maintenance works. Institution has qualified technical staff in every laboratory for maintenance of lab equipment. For maintenance of class rooms, toilets and bathrooms sweepers are appointed on contract basis. Maintenance of buildings are done periodically based on the requests from departments. For maintenance of garden a gardener is hired on daily wages.

47 Hostels College does not have its own hostel. However students are accommodated in private hostels approved by the college. The hostel committee of the institution visits the approved private hostel periodically to check quality of accommodation, food and facilities provided. Details of private hostels approved by the institution are given below Hostels No. of Rooms No. of students accommodated Hostel for Boys 25 53 Hostel for Girls 46 122

48 Canteen The college has a well maintained canteen in an area of 210 sqm Around 400 students and staff utilize the facility

49 Transport facilities Transport No. of Busses
Facility availed by % of Students & % of Faculty Details 9 30 % of students& 20 % of faculty

50 Electricity, power backup and telecom
Electricity and Power backup: Quality-uninterrupted, 50 cps frequency, voltage volts single phase. and 3 phase 440 volts Installed Capacity-KVA / KW : 500 KVA Sanctioned Power-KVA / KW 90 KW UPS total backup-KVA/KW 42 KVA Service points Nos. 10 Nos. Telecom facility Service provider BSNL No. of direct lines 3 b) PABX No. of lines 24 lines c) Mobile phones 1

51 Drinking Water Water supply–municipal/bore well – 10 KL : 1 Bore Well
Water purification-Centralized/Points- 6 Points (In all the departments laboratories and main block)

52 Grievance redressal forums
The college has a grievance redressal committee to address the grievances of students Composed of all Department Heads and a convener The committee tries to resolve the grievances reported by the students Grievances that could not be resolved will be reported to the Principal for necessary action

53 Budget & Expenditure

54 Library No of library staff: 4

55 Campus Network The entire campus is networked All labs are networked
Wi-Fi is available across the campus 100 Mbps National Knowledge Network is available

56 Safety norms and checks
Checks for wiring and electrical installations for leakage and earthing Fire fighting measurements Fire extinguishers in labs and building corridors Rooms with multiple exits Details of Check Frequency 1 All electrical equipments and installations are checked at start of semester Half Yearly 2 All electrical & mechanical machines are inspected at start & mid semester Quarterly 3 Earthings are checked for conductivity. Annually

57 Counselling & Medical Care
College utilizes the services of a Doctor for counselling  First aid facility is available within the college A primary health centre is located within 1km of the campus. Doctors from Primary Health Centre provide awareness classes, preventive medications etc to the staff and students at times of contagious diseases. The institution has signed a MoU with nearby primary health centre for providing emergency medical care and ambulance services.

58 Key Performance Indicators
Minutes of Board of Governors (BoG) meetings Published in college website Statutory Audit 2 audits conducted so far Performance Audit along with Data Audit 2 audits conducted and third one scheduled on 28th & 29th of Oct-14 Initial Governance Development Plan Approved by BoG & submitted to NPIU % of committed expenditure out of funds received 6.02% (to confirm with Sivathanu sir)

59 Key Performance Indicators
% of Expenditure of the total funds received 75.33% (to confirm with Sivathanu sir) % of Procurement plan out of 5.5 Crores 100% MIS data entry completed completed completed completed initiated Mandatory Participation in CII-AICTE survey Participated Participation in TEQIP Faculty, Staff and Students Satisfaction Survey

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