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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KIDANGOOR KOTTAYAM, KERALA
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)
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 )
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)
Professional Societies IEEE Workshop On Robotics National level online quiz competition Winner: Dipesh Gogia from Delhi Technological University IEEE CEK Newsletter Monthly newsletter named IEEE PEEK was launched on 23rd August Orientation for first year students By Chairman and Technical Co- ordinator, SB, CEK ISTE DISHA-Orientation session for 1 st year students
Publications by Students in International conference EEEECE
Entrepreneurship initiatives Conducted a workshop on entrepreneurship development Motivational talks are organized by each department associations
Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) University ranks – 5 ( –1 st & 2 nd Rank in EI, 2 nd Rank in EC – 3 rd Rank in EI – 2 nd Rank in EI) 3 rd prize in National level energy audit competition conducted by Energy conservation society ( ) 2 nd place in district level seminar competition conducted by KSEB engineers association ( ) 1 st place in district level seminar competition conducted by KSEB engineers association ( )
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)
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)
Faculty qualifications (Assessment = 6 × FQI, Faculty qualification index (FQI) = (10x + 6y + 2z 0 )/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)
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (EEE) –Electrical and Electronics Control System Jijo Balakrishnan Salini M. Venugopal Industrial Drives & Control Sonima M. P. Sreekala Mohan Power Electronics Sandhya TRahul Power Systems Jibin JosephRahulBinimol V K Electrical Machines Pradeesh K D Jasmi M S Guidances Navigation Anith Krishnan
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (EIE) –Electronics and Instrumentation Opto Electronics Pradeep T. S. Vinod P. Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Dinu A. G. Sithara A. Digital Electronics Vishnu Mohan Control & Instrumentation Saji JustusBushara MArya B Raj Shincy P. Kunjumon Embedded System Namitha Mathew
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ACM)- Comp Science, IT Image Processing Anitha RArdra Raj Data Security Anisha K Jose Neethu Varkey Software Engg. Jyothis Joseph Anoop Varkey Milta JoseAnju B Computer & Information Science Muhammed Nizar B K Rekha V RSreenu G Lekshmy P Chandran Nisha C A Computer Architucture Rekha K S Honey Joseph Tharun Moorthy
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ECE)- Electronics and Communication Digital Electronics Deepthy Mathew Jismi BabuSyamesh K GAparna P S Priyanka Reghuthaman Embedded Systems Manasy Mariet Thomas Vimal Raj Wireless Technology Dhanya Narayanan Neethu Prasannan VLSI Silpa S PrasadArathy S Microwave Technology Shiney Thankachan
Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ASCE)- Civil Geotechnical Engg. Sreekumari T K Gitty Rose Eugine Anupa Maria Abraham Water Resources Engg. Vidhya Velayudhan Structural Engg. Divya S. Nair Sabna Mohanan Sreekala S. Vani Prasad Marine Structures Prof. Roobin V. Varghese Offshore Structures Mary James Kappan Jisha Balakrishnan Environmental Engg. Bindhya Hari P. Transportation Engg Anu S. Mattam
Faculty Participation in FSDs of two week duration
Faculty Participation in FSDs of one week duration
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.)
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.
Faculty Rooms (Rooms equipped with white/black board, computer, internet, and other such amenities/facilities, Usage of room for counselling/discussion with students)
Laboratories (No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower support) Computer Computer programming lab(1,1) Electronics circuits lab (2,1) Networks and operating system lab (1,1) Object oriented programming lab (2,1) Data structure lab (2,1) Digital electronics lab (2,1) Computer graphics lab (2,1) Microprocessor lab (2,1) System programming lab (2,1) Language processor lab (2,1) Project lab (1,1) IT Multimedia Lab (2,1) PC Hardware Lab (2,1) Electronics and Instrumentation Basic Electronics Lab(4,1) Digital Electronics Lab(4,1) Power Electronics & Measurements Lab(4,1) Electronic Circuits Lab(4,1) Microprocessor Lab(4,1) Linear Integrated Circuits Lab (4,1) Miniproject Lab (4,1) Instrumentation Lab (4,1) DSP Lab (4,1) Process Control Lab(4,1) Electrical and Electronics Basic Electrical Engineering Lab (4,1) Electronic Circuits Lab(4,1) Digital Electronics Lab(4,1) Electrical Measurements Lab(4,1) Electrical Machines I Lab(4,1) Power Electronics Lab(4,1) Electrical Machines III(4,1) Microprocessor Lab(4,1) Electrical Machines II Lab(4,1) Advanced Electrical Engineering Lab(4,1)
Laboratories (No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower support) Civil Strength of materials lab (4,1) Survey practicals 1 (3,1) Fluid mechanics (3,1) Survey Practicals 2 (4,1) Transportation Lab (3,1) Geotechnical Lab (3,1) AUTOCAD Lab (2,1) Environmental Engineering Lab(3,1) Construction and Structural Engineering Lab(3,1) STAAD Lab(2,1) Electronics and Communication Engg Electronic Circuits Lab(4,1) Digital Electronics Lab(4,1) Microprocessor Lab(4,1) Electronic Circuits Lab 1 (5,1) Mini project Lab (5,1) Electronic Circuits Lab 2 (5,1) DSP Lab (4,1) Communication Lab (4,1) Advanced Communication Lab (4,1) Signal Processing Lab (4,1)
Lab manuals (Laboratories for which lab manuals are available Civil Strength of materials lab Survey practicals 1 Fluid mechanics Survey Practicals 2 Transportation Lab Geotechnical Lab AUTOCAD Lab Environmental Engineering Lab Construction and Structural Engineering Lab Electronics & Instrumentation Basic Electronics Lab Digital Electronics Lab Power Electronics & Measurements Lab Electronic Circuits Lab Microprocessor Lab Linear Integrated Circuits Lab Mini project Lab Instrumentation Lab DSP Lab Process Control Lab Electrical and Electronics Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Electronic Circuits Lab Digital Electronics Lab Electrical Measurements Lab Electrical Machines I Lab Power Electronics Lab Electrical Machines III Microprocessor Lab Electrical Machines II Lab Advanced Electrical Engineering Lab Electronics and Communication Engg Electronic Circuits Lab Digital Electronics Lab Microprocessor Lab Electronic Circuits Lab 1 Mini project Lab Electronic Circuits Lab 2 DSP Lab Communication Lab Advanced Communication Lab Signal Processing Lab
Lab manuals (Laboratories for which lab manuals are available Computer Science Computer programming lab Electronics circuits lab Networks and operating system lab Object oriented programming lab Data structure lab Digital electronics lab Computer graphics lab Microprocessor lab System programming lab Language processor lab Project lab IT Multimedia Lab PC Hardware Lab
Language Lab (How do you use it ?) Language Laboratory Space, number of students Software UsedTypes of Experiments Guidance English Language Lab sq. m, 30 No. ETNL Language lab Oral presentation, Debate A dedicated faculty is appointed for the activities held under English Lab Fully established language lab is available as detailed below Each first year class has a language lab session once in a week The facility is available up to 6 pm every day and Saturdays for the other classes
Tutorial Classes (Subject, no of students in a tutorial class, hours) Civil CE 1305 Fluid Mechanics,34, 1/Week CE 1101 Engineering Mathematics 1, 34, 1/Week CE1104 Engineering Mechanics, 34, 1/Week CE 1302 Surveying 1, 34, 1/Week CE 1303 Strength Of Materials,n 34, 1/Week CE 1105 Engineering Graphics, 34,1/Week CE 1403 Analysys Of Structures 1, 34,1/Week CE 1405 Fluid Mechanics 2, 34,1/Week CE 1406 Civil Engineering Drawing, 34, 1/Week CE 1502 Design Of Structures-1, 34, 1/Week CE 1503 Analysis Of Structures 2, 34, 1/Week CE 1504 Geotechnical Engineering 1, 34, 1/WEEK CE 1602 Design Of Structures 2, 34, 1/Week CE 1603 Analysis Of Structures 3, 34, 1/Week CE 1604 Geotechnical Engineering 2, 34, 1/Week CE 1702, Design Of Structures 3, 34, 1/Week CE 1704 Quantity Survey And Valuation, 34, 1/Week CE 1802 Earthquake Engineering, 34, 1/Week Electronics & Instrumentation E I 1303Network theory, 34, 1/WEEK EI 1302 Electrical Machines & Drives, 34,1/Week EI 1304 Digital systems,34,1/Week EI 1305 Solid State Electronics,34,1/Week EI 1306 Electronic Circuits I,34,1/Week EI 1404 Signals and systems,34,1/Week EI 1402 Computer Architecture & Microprocessor34,1/Week EI 1403 Electronics circuits II 34,1/Week EI 1405 Electronic Instrumentation and measurements 34,1/Week EI 1406 Power Electronics Systems,34,1/Week EI 1502 Applied Electromagnetic Theory34,1/Week EI 1503 Industrial Instrumentation I,34,1/Week EI 1504 Microprocessor And Microcontroller 34,1/Week EI 1505 Analog and Integrated Circuits 34,1/Week EI 1506 Digital Signal Processing,34,1/Week EI1601 Communication Engineering 34,1/Week EI1602 Industrial Instrumentation II34,1/Week EI 1603 Process Instrumentation 34,1/Week EI 1604 OptoElectronic Devics and Communication 34,1/Week EI 1605 Control systems Engineering,34,1/Week Electrical EEE 1101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1, 34, 1/ WEEK EEE 1104 ENGINEERING MECHANICS, 34, 1/ WEEK EEE 1301 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2, 34, 1/WEEK EEE 1303 FLUID MECHANICS, 34,1/WEEK EEE 1304 CIRCUITS SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 1, 34, 1/WEEK EEE 1305 ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS AND MEASURING SYSTEMS EEE 1306 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CONTROL,34, 1/WEEK EEE 1401 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS3,34,1/WEEK EEE 1402 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS, 34,1/WEEK EEE 1403 ELECTRICAL MACHINES 1,34,1/WEEK EEE 1404 CIRCUITS SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 2,34,1/WEEK EEE 1405 ANALOG COMMUNICATION, 34, 1/WEEK EEE 1406 INDUSTRIAL AND POWER ELECTRONICS,34,1/WEEK EEE 1501 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 4, 34,1/WEEK EEE 1502 ELECTRICAL MACHINES 2, 34, 1/WEEK EEE 1503 POWER SYSTEMS 1, 34,1/WEEK EEE 1505 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, 34,1/WEEK EEE 1506 FIELD THEORY, 34, 1/WEEK Electronics and Communication EC 1303Network theory, 34, 1/WEEK EC 1302 Probability and Random Process, 34,1/Week EC 1304 Digital Electronics, 34,1/Week EC 1305 Solid State Electronics,34,1/Week EC 1306 Electronic Circuits I,34,1/Week EC 1404 Signals and systems,34,1/Week EC 1406 Digital System Design,34,1/Week EC 1503 Embedded Systems,34,1/Week EC 1506 Digital Signal Processing,34,1/Week EC 1602 Microwave Techniques and Devices,34,1/Week EC 1605 Control systems Engineering,34,1/Week
Mentoring System (how do you mentor students individually?) For every ten students there is a faculty mentor Mentor meets with the students once in a month
Feedback analysis (how do you do it? Reward/corrective measures) Feedback collection process Forms are circulated among students Collects twice in a semester Consolidates by Group tutor Based on the feedback effectiveness index of a faculty is calculated Also class committee meetings, consisting of HOD, faculties and student representatives are conducted twice in a semester Basis of reward / corrective measures, if any The faculties who do not perform well are counseled to improve their future performance. They are also encouraged to attend pedagogical training programs.
Scope for self learning (Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus) The institution has a computer lab which has internet facility. Students are given access to this facility during break time and after hours. NPTEL videos on subjects related to the syllabus are available at the Library and are utilized by the students.
Career Guidance, Placement Unit (Availability of an exclusive Well furnished Seminar Hall, Central Computing Facility, Soft skill development, employability assessment) College has a fully established career guidance and placement cell which is headed by a placement coordinator supported by faculty and student representatives from all departments, which coordinates placement related activities An area of 10,000 sq ft is exclusively available for placement cell with a seminar hall (capacity of 500 seats ),conference room and two GD rooms Main computer centre has 50 systems with internet facility and each department has its own computer centre with 30 systems with internet facility. Language lab sessions are given to students from first year onwards and experts are arranged for taking sessions on soft skill development from pre final year onwards
Co-curricular activities A well functioning IEEE and ISTE student branch exists in the institution. Each department associations conduct workshops on emerging technologies in the field of engineering and technology Established a Mathematics club consisting of 150 members III cell in association with Ultra Tech cements had conducted a workshop on mix design and a competition for the final year civil engineering students in mix design.
Extra-curricular activities Technical, cultural and sports events are organized by college union NSS wing of the institution coordinates at least one vacation camp for the students during each academic year. Department wise competition Emerge cup (football)-EEE Dynameight (cricket) – EIE Smash (volleyball) – ECE
Facilities for Sports and Games The institution has the following facilities: Gym Playground Table tennis room Volleyball court Badminton court
Campus Development and Management Total campus area of 25 acres Financial support is taken either from PTA or from the funds allocated by CAPE Minor repair works are carried out by the in-house technical staff. Routine cleaning of premises including toilet blocks by contract labors and daily monitoring is done by the concerned Departments. Routine cleaning of water tanks, coolers and filters are carried out as per schedule and chlorine is added in the water tanks as per the instructions given by the DMO
Hostels All students are provided accommodation at gender specific hostels which are authorized by PTA. Authorized hostels are subject to supervision by a hostel committee.
Canteen Seating capacity Open from 8 am to 7 pm A portion of the cooking is done with the help of bio-gas, which is generated from the canteen waste Cleanliness and quality assured by canteen committee which consists of representatives from students and staff
Transport facilities 7 exclusive buses run through all major routes inside he district. Public transport facility is available right from the front of the college main gate, which has a bus stop nearby.
Electricity, power backup and telecom Electricity The institution is a HT consumer which is supplied power by the Kerala State Electricity Board. An independent substation hosts a 11kV/415V, 3 phase, 250kVA transformer, which delivers power to the LT loads. An installed APFC unit for power factor correction. Each building is fed from a separate feeder. Power Backup The substation also hosts a 125kVA diesel generator for providing power when the main grid fails. All the computer labs have installed UPS with sufficient backup. Telecom Facility EPABX is installed to provide intercom connection to all labs, staff rooms and major rooms, security rooms. BSNL land line connections: three no. Exclusive mobile phone and number for the Principal.
Drinking Water Water purifiers and water coolers are installed in all the buildings and other strategic locations. Water is pumped from the bore well. Water storage facilities: Each building has got its own overhead tank with sufficient storage capacity. In case of water shortage, it is supplied by outside agencies promptly, if notified.
Grievance redressal forums Grievance redressal cell is constituted with UG coordinator as the chairperson The cell includes representatives from each department Grievances are communicated through Group tutors
Budget & Expenditure
Expenditure (TEQIP) as on 31 st Oct 2014
Library No of library staff: 3
Campus Network Campus is Wi Fi connected 24 Port L3 Switch – 1 24 Port L2 Switch – 19 Wireless Access Point – Base LX SFP Transceiver - 16 Total Nodes Internet Connectivity Speed 10 MBPS
Safety norms and checks Electrical wiring is done in accordance with the safety norms Each block has separate entrance and exit Proper dress code is maintained in labs Students are not allowed to enter their vehicles inside the campus
Counselling & Medical Care The institution has a counselling cell with a qualified counselor The faculty or the staff tutor will identify students who require special care The entire procedure is handled in secrecy In emergency medical needs, the institution makes use of the facilities at LLM hospital which is situated very nearby. The hospital has got good facilities, including ambulance service First Aid boxes are available in all the departments and major laboratories
Key Performance Indicators Minutes of Board of Governors (BoG) meetings Conducted 13 BoG meetings so far All approved minutes are available at Statutory Audit Completed for up to Performance Audit along with Data Audit Done 3 times Initial Governance Development Plan Sent to NPIU after getting approval from BoG % of committed expenditure out of funds received 5%
Key Performance Indicators % of Expenditure of the total funds received 69.67% % of Procurement plan out of 3.58 Crores 91.60% MIS data entry Completed till Mandatory Participation in CII-AICTE survey Completed Participation in TEQIP Faculty, Staff and Students Satisfaction Survey Ongoing 81% participation as on 05/11/2014