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1 GOVT. ENGINEERING COLLEGE BARTON HILL THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

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 (In Percentage)

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 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 Placement Record Sl. No.Name of FirmECEEEEITMEMTechTotal 1Mu Sigma Inc Tata Consultancy Services NeST Technologies Capgemini Envestnet Qburst Unisys IBS Cognizant Technology Solutions Total Students Placed (BTech + MTech)= = 159

7 Professional Societies (ISTE) WORKSHOPS Technosia workshop (4 day in association with IIT-M) Dec 2013 Drafting Techniques in AutoCADD Sept 2014 Photoshop Training August 2014 Remote sensing and its applications July 2014 COMPETITIONS/ REGULAR ACTIVITES Just A Minute(JAM) ASK quiz ADZAP management Technical Group Discussions The Platform (newsletter) Technical GDs Junior Professor scheme TECH TALKS Dr. V Radhakrishnan Research paper and Analysis – Rajeev Madhavan (Brahmos aerospace) Aerospace materials design –

8 Professional Societies (IEEE) Farewell to past Exe Com Annual General Body Meeting Visit to Concordia School as part of WIE(Women In Engineering) Star Arduino Workshop Interactive session with Alex Pappachan Intern Me: A talk on internship opportunities at US SIGHT(Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology) camp visit at Idukki Quadcopter workshop ATC(Air Traffic Control) visit VSSC rocket launch visit TISP(Teacher In Service Programme) at Govt Boys HSS, Vembayam PES (Power and Energy Society) Quiz for first years School Quiz at loyola,Christ Nagar,St Thomas, Holy Angels.

9 Professional Societies (CSI) Orgainising INCEPTRA (Intercollegiate Technical Festival) Conducting Remedial Classes and Remedial Labs

10 Publications by Students (2012 – 14) National Conferences : 63 International Conference : 4 Journal Publications : 4 Books : 1

11 BOOK PUBLISHED Mr. Vineeth Kartha (2012) of 2008 – 2012 Batch EEE student, Published a Technical Book titled : “ Thats How We C ” the work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial commons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0 Easy Learning Technique for C - Programming Language

12 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) HARITHA V KUMAR FIRST RANK CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION 2012

13 WINNERS OF TECHNICAL PAPER PRESENTATION KSEBEA Seminar series Navas Ebin Muhammed and Vipin V. - in 2011 second prize in District level first prize in State level (southern zone) Shyama A.S. - in 2012 first prize in District level Rajasree R. - second prize in District level Aarathi Ajay and Nandita Pradeep - third prize in District level Prasanth Simon and Aswin S - in 2013 third prize in District level Prasanth Simon and Aswin S - in 2014 second prize in District level Rajasree R. - ‘MOST INNOVATIVE IDEA AWARD’ winner of 2012 in State level of KSEBEA - first prize at ‘BHAVAH’ a National technical fest of TKMCE in Aravind M.S. - third prize in ‘Inception’ (paper presentation) of ‘DRISHTI ‘13’ at CET Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National)

14 Rajasree R. - first prize in the debate at college arts fest ‘ SARGAM’ in Syam N.J. - first prize in ‘ Wholly scrap ’ first prize in ‘ Plug in ’ second prize in ‘ Cliona ’ of ‘DRISHTI 2012’ at CET. Aravind M.S. - first prize in ‘ Circutone Tage ’ of ‘DRISHTI ‘13’ at CET Syam N.J. & Aravind M.S. - first prize in ‘ Machinis t ’ of ‘VIDYUT’13’ at Amritha Vishwa Vidyapeetha - first prize in ‘Electrix ’ at ‘L’AVENNIR 2013’ a National level Inter collegiate Technical and Cultural Fest during March 2013 at John Cox Memorial CSI Institute of Technology. - first prize in ‘ Shipwreck ’ and first prize in ‘ Voltdemort ’ of ‘DRISHTI ‘13’ at CET. Devika A. Nair - second place in the finals of ‘ State level Quiz Competition’ held in 2 nd October 2013 at TKMCE for the first year Engineering students jointly organized by IEEE Power and Energy Society Kerala Chapter & TKM Institute of Technology. Ajmal Shah - first prize in ‘ Blow it or glow it ’ of ‘ESPIRITO ‘13’ at TKMCE, IEEE state level - first prize in ‘ Hardware debugging ’ of ‘Colloquium 2014, Mohandas College

15 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) – Department of IT Student NameEventAward/Prize Sachin S NairKerala University B.Tech ExamFirst rank in B.Tech IT S1S2 exam Vidhya M LSoft ballAwarded the best player in kerala state Nidhi Rai15 th State Women Boxing Championship 2014 Silver medal Jani Biju BabjanIEEE PES All Kerala QuizSecond Prize Rajagiri College of Engineering- Code Scrambler First prize Mozilla Firefox OS HackathonSecond prize Aswathy H.S.Softball State Junior ChampionshipSilver medal

16 Awards/Prices (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) – Department of ME Student NameEventAward/Prize Sachin S NairKerala University B.Tech ExamFirst rank in B.Tech IT S1S2 exam Anandu S.B.Best Paper Award for Technical Paper Presentation Manu K.K.Best NSS Volunteer – 2013, Kerala State Award Vidhya M LSoft ballAwarded the best player in kerala state Nidhi Rai15 th State Women Boxing Championship 2014 Silver medal Jani Biju BabjanIEEE PES All Kerala QuizSecond Prize Rajagiri College of Engineering- Code Scrambler First prize Mozilla Firefox OS HackathonSecond prize Aswathy H.S.Softball State Junior ChampionshipSilver medal

17 Awards (Continued..) Name of StudentActivityOrganizing InstitutionAchievement Anandu S.B. Paper Presentation YAGNA DHRUVA' 14 by LBS Institute of Technology for Women, Poojappura, Trivandrum ( Intercollegiate Fest, Jan 2014) First Prize Paper Presentation (Paper titled “ Sewage water power generation using vortex turbine”) National Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering - NCETE 2014 by St. Thomas Institute for Science and Technology, Kazhzakkoottam, Trivandrum ( Jan2014) First Prize Parameswaran B.Paper Presentation ESPIRITO ' 13 - State Level Technomanagerial Symposium by LINK and IEEE at TKM College of Engineering, Kollam (Dec ,2013) Third Prize

18 Awards (Continued..) Name of StudentActivityOrganizing InstitutionAchievement VISHNU PRASAD. S Neo- Junkyard Junkyard Wars Quiz D'Auto Pico Tear Robot Auto Quiz Mahindra AQ City Finals COMPLICATED MACHINES Cult A Way 2014 by Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering, Trivandrum Dyuthi 13 by Govt. Engineering College,Thrissur Equrnox 14 by Lourdes Matha College Equrnox 14 by Lourdes Matha College Renvnza by University College of Engineering, Kariavattom Mahindra AQ 2013 by Mahindra Rise in association with NDTV Drishti 13 by College of Engineering Trivandrum Second Second Second First Third 5th Runner up First

19 Awards (Continued..) ANAND.S.B BLUE PRINT-EEE COLLOQUIUM Tathva'13 by NIT Calicut Drishti 13 by College of Engineering Trivandrum First First HARI KRISHNAN.SCONSTRUCTO Drishti 13 by College of Engineering Trivandrum First PARAMESWARAN.B BLUET PRINT-CS Tathva 13 by NIT Calicut Second SURVIN V.STCS Engineering Design Innovation Contest Enginx by TCS PIONEER, Bangalore (2013 Sept) Second

20 Awards (Continued..) Name of StudentActivity Event & Organizing Institution Prize NandiniVeena Kerala University youth festival 2012 Second Muhammed Nisamudheen Kerala University Championship 2012 Gold Medal Malakkaran Aneesh Appukkuttan Kerala University Championship 2012 Silver Medal V.S. Joseph Clint Inter college 5's football tournament BRAZUCA, Government Engineering College Idukki, Painavu Pre-Quarter Anoop.C. ChandranShot putInter-Collegiate Inter Zone Athletic Meet by University of Kerala Second

21 Entrepreneurship initiatives Workshop on “Equipping Engineering graduates for industry” on 12 th June 2012 MoU signed with Mercedes Benz Advanced Diploma Course ADAM course was started Training of selected students from ECE students in BSNL started (4 batches over) Workshop on Entrepreneurship on Entrepreneurship Day Applications invited from Alumni and students of GECBH as incubators Inauguration of TBI is scheduled MoU with Vi- Microsystems scheduled on 23/10/2014 Training on Embedded systems and Robotics scheduled

22 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)

23 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)

24 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)

25 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Department of Electrical Engineering Elecrical Machines Prof. Sheela. S Dr. Lekshmi. A Sheena Latif Power System Prof. K.L Sreekumar J S SavierPriyaja K VVinod V Remya Mol N Bhavya P Industrial Drives & Control Monish MDeepa s Anumol George Asha S PillaiInstrumentation H Ansarudeen Applied Electronics Darsana A S

26 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Department of Electronics & Communication Photonics Dr. N Vijayakumar Prof Sindhu N Dr Dorothy Solid State Electronics Prof N. Sindhu Prof Alex Raj Power Electronics Dr. Biji Jacob Microwave Anu Mohamed Soft Computing Christy James Jose Biomedical Ambily N. Biju K. S.

27 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ACM)- Comp Science, IT Communication & Networks Prof.Satheebhai P R Prof.Balu John Prof.Anjana K R Prof.Sangeetha U Prof.Manju R Security Prof.Josna V RProf.Minu R Nath Software Engineering Prof. Mala JBProf.Simikrishna Data Mining and Knowledge Management Prof.Rendhir R Prasad Algorithms & Computatation Theory Prof.Anoop SKM High Performance Computing Prof.Haripriya A P Proj.Jayasree P

28 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ASME)- Mechanical Sl no: Programme Specific Criteria (ASME)- Mechanical Faculty -1 Faculty-2Faculty-3 1 Applied Mechanics S.Remesh Ganesh J 2 Automotive Gopakumar S. Mathew John 3 Computer-Aided Design Dr. N.R Rajesh Anitha S. Nair S. Remesh Satheesh Kumar.S Mathew John 4 Design 5 Energy, Turbines Anitha S. Nair Anvar Sadath.A 6 Finite Element Analysis Dr. N.R Rajesh 7 Fluids Engineering Suneesh. S.S Anvar Sadath.A

29 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ASME)- Mechanical 8 Heat Transfer Dr. G Ramachandran 9 Manufacturing & Processing Gopakumar S. Santhosh Kumar S.V 10 Mechanisms, Systems & Devices Dr. Bindukumar. K Satheesh Kumar.S 11 Mechatronics Gopakumar S. Santhosh Kumar S.V 12 Modeling & Computational Methods Dr. G Ramachandran, Suneesh.S.S S. Remesh 13 Tribology Dr. Bindukumar K 14 Piping Systems, Pressure Vessels Mathew John 15 Product Planning Ganesh J

30 30 Faculty Strength11 Asst Professors ( including those under contract basis) Student/Faculty ratio18 (With 2 Staff Advisors / batch) Faculty Qualification5 Ph D and 6 M.Tech Professional development2 are deputed for PhD under QIP, consultancy SpecializationStructural Engg, Geotechnical Engg., Hydraulics and Transportation Engg PublicationsNo of papers International - l & National : 18 Industry/other department ExperienceIrrigation, PWD, Harbour engineering, Construction, Consulting, Contracting, KSEB, CPWD Teaching experience14 years Membership in SocietiesISTE Institution of Engineers University responsibilitiesQuestion paper setting, M Tech Thesis evaluation, Paper valuation Major projectsM.Tech in Translational Engineering Training /conferencesManagement training International / National conferences Short term courses FACULTY COMPETENCY – CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

31 Faculty Participation in FSDs of two week duration

32 Faculty Participation in FSDs of one week duration

33 Faculty participation as resource persons

34 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.)

35 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.

36 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

37 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

38 Lecture Halls

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

40 Laboratories (No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower support) Mechanical Engineering Workshop (6,1) CAD Analysis Lab(6,1) Fluid Mechanics &Machines Lab(6,1) IC Engines Lab(6,1) Thermal Engineering Lab(6,1) Mechanical Engineering Lab(6,1) PG Lab(1,1) IT Programming lab( 1,1) Web Application lab(1,1) Networks Lab(6,1) Internet Lab(1,1) Network Security Lab(1,1) Project Lab(1,1) Software Testing Lab(1,1) Electrical Engg Electrical and Electronics workshop (5,1) Electronics Circuits Lab (5,1) Digital Circuits Lab (5,1) Electrical Measurements Lab (5,1) Power Electronics Lab (5,1) Microprocessor Lab (5,1) Systems and Control Lab (5,1) Software cum Simulation Lab (1,1) Relay lab (5,1) Electrical Machines Lab (5,1) Electronics and communication DSP Lab (1,1) Ckts Lab (5,1) ED Lab (5,1) Microwave Lab (5,1) Digital Lab (5,1) Communication Lab (5,1)

41 Lab manuals (Laboratories for which lab manuals are available Information Tech Programming lab Web Application lab Networks Lab Internet Lab Network Security Lab Project Lab Software Testing Lab Mechanical Engineering Workshop CAD Analysis Lab Fluid Mechanics &Machines Lab IC Engines Lab Thermal Engineering Lab Mechanical Engineering Lab Electrical Electrical and Electronics workshop Electronics Circuits Lab Digital Circuits Lab Electrical Measurements Lab Power Electronics Lab Microprocessor Lab Systems and Control Lab Software cum Simulation Lab Relay lab Electrical Machines Lab Electronics DSP Lab Ckts Lab ED Lab Microwave Lab Digital Lab Communication Lab

42 Language Lab At present, the lab has a seating capacity of 10 (9 students and one tutor). The procurement process for equipment and software required for the lab is going on. The lab will function as a means of improving the communication skills of the students of the college, especially the weaker sections.

43 Feedback analysis (how do you do it? Reward/corrective measures) Online feedback system is introduced to evaluate the performance of faculty at the end of the semester. In addition the online feedback, two intermediate feedbacks from students are obtained to monitor the performance of the faculty and facilities available. Performance Monitoring System (PMS) is developed in the institution and approved in the 10 th BoG meeting held on 25 th September PMS is meant for the feedback about all faculty, technical staff and ministerial staff of the institution

44 Scope for self learning (Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus) The institution has subscribed online journals. Online resources such are NPTEL, Engineering Content Software, QEEE, MIT open courseware, etc are introduced to the students. Seminar and projects are given based on latest developments in the field Assignments are arranged for the students to develop learning beyond syllabus

45 Scope for self learning (Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus) The institution has subscribed online journals. Online resources such are NPTEL, Engineering Content Software, QEEE, MIT open courseware, etc are introduced to the students. Seminar and projects are given based on latest developments in the field Assignments are arranged for the students to develop learning beyond syllabus

46 Career Guidance, Placement Unit Well furnished Interview Rooms – 4 Nos. Seminar Hall - One Online Examination Center Under CGPU Placement Oriented Training Programmes are being conducted

47 Technology Business Incubator TECHZNEON CEO: Jijo Jos Mentor: Prof. Sindhu N. CAIRUZ CEO: Ajmal Mentor: Prof. Sindhu N.

48 Activities of NSS ProgramDateActivity One day One rupeeEvery Friday Funds are donated to RCC patients for medical treatment and for purchasing medicine Miss a meal programmeEvery Friday Food packets are collected and donated to the children of Nirmala Sishu Bhavan (orphanage) Dhyuthi – Voice donationOn a regular basisAimed for the blind – recording voice for them Blood donationAs and when neededFor the patients of Government hospitals Dress CollectionOn a regular basisDistributed to pallative care centers Computer literacy programmeEvery FridayTeach students of L.P School, Kunnukuzhy Multiskill Training Programme15-16 Aug 2014 Training was given to 75 students on Paperbag making, lotion making, umbrella making and umbrella making

49 Activities of NSS ProgramDateActivity World Environment dayJune 5, saplings were planted in and around campus and 430 saplings were distributed to students and staff Blood donation campJune 19, students and staff participated and 35 units of blood was collected HarisreeJune 20, books and 400 pen were donated to the students of Harisree Balasramam, Malayinkeezhu Medical CampJuly 11, 2014 As part of world population day, a medical camp was conducted for the staff and students, and the general public. More than 200 people participated Jewellery Making classJuly 17, 2014 Training was given on jewellery making for the students. 60 students participated in the class. Hiroshima DayAug 9, 2014A group discussion on ‘War of Gaza’ was conducted Independence Day CelebrationAug 15, 2014 A Quiz competition was held and trophies were distributed to Arjun of S5IT and Muhammed Azhar of S7EEE DonationAug 1, 2014 An amount of Rs50,000/- was donated to Mr Rajesh for the medical treatment of his daughter suffering from Blount’s disease Blood donation campOct 21, 2014A blood donation camp was organized

50 Facilities for Sports and Games Athletics- University Stadium is provided for regular training for athletics Shuttle Badminton-Provide outdoor facilities at the College premises and at the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium. For Indoor training CET Indoor facilities are using. Volleyball- Learning and Training facilities provided to students at the College and at the University Stadium Cricket- Net practice training is at University stadium and Govt. Sanskrit College. Table tennis- Table Tennis table and practice facilities are arranged at College seminar hall Basketball- Basket ball training & learning facilities arranged at the University Stadium and the Medical College ground Football-Practice facilities arranged at the University stadium and Medical College ground Chess – Chess training and practice facilities arranged at the College Swimming – Practice facilities arranged at LNCPE Kariavattom Boxing- Learning & Training facilities arranged at the University Stadium Whushu- Learning & Practice arranged at the Central Stadium Wrestling- Learning & Practice arranged at the Central Stadium Karate - Learning & Practice at the Central Stadium Taekwondo- Practice and training at Jimmy George Indoor Stadium Participated for majority of Intercollegiate Competitions. Interclass Competitions for all the major games & Athletics are conducted every year Result oriented Long term training programmes are started with the students of First semester

51 Campus Development and Management Main Building EC – IT Block Mechanical Lab Block ADAM Building Hostel Campus Wi-fi Link Roads OFC Backbone Network Smart Classrooms

52 Hostels -Ladies' Hostel within the campus -Functioning for two years -Presently running in full capacity., 210 inmates -Bore well facility in addition to regular municipal connection -Full fledged Biogas waste disposal -Full fledged students' mess with dividing system -Affordable fees and mess rates -Study area and recreation facility -Wi-Fi internet connection -Proposal for a study centre under way

53 Canteen Seating Capacity – 50 Student Facility Center Biogas plant is also installed in the canteen

54 Transport facilities GEC, Barton Hill is in the heart of the city of Thirunvanthapuram. It is located at a walkable distance (less than a kilo meter) away from NH47. 3 College Buses operate to different places around the city KSRTC Bus Service to the college is also available

55 Electricity, power backup and telecom The institution is a HT consumer of KSEB The institution has a 11 kV substation with power backup facility The rating of the transformer is 400 kVA Back up generator to feed essential loads is rated at 75 kVA with automatic changeover. Automatic Power Factor Control Panels are included in the substation to improve power factor. All the facilities in the institution are connected through intercom facility

56 Drinking Water Bore Well facility is available in the college campus In addition, Corporation Water Supply available All the buildings are equipped with sufficient water tanks to cater the needs of different section Purifiers in all the Floors / buildings

57 Grievance redressal forums Anti Ragging Committee Women Grievance Redressal Cell Students Grievance Redressal Cell General Grievance Redressal Cell

58 Budget & Expenditure Budget.docx

59 Library No of library staff: 05

60 Campus Network  Fully Wi-Fi campus  100 Mbps (NMEICT) broadband connection  10 Mbps (NIC) broadband connection  2 Mbps (BSNL) leased line connection  Optical Fiber backbone network  Fortinet Firewall protection

61 Safety norms and checks Safety norms are followed in all the facilities in the campus Fire extinguishers are kept in all major laboratories Special dress code for entering in laboratories Safety manual is prepared and approved by BoG Periodic inspection to verify whether display and first aid box are available

62 Counselling & Medical Care The college has a counselling centre which, in addition to counselling program, organises special training program for the students Doctor on call facility available First aid box is kept at various places in the institution.

63 Key Performance Indicators Minutes of Board of Governors (BoG) meetings 10 BoG Meetings were held and the minutes are uploaded in the college website Statutory Audit Done for , 2013 – 14 Performance Audit along with Data Audit Done for 2012 – 13 Initial Governance Development Plan Draft of the Governance Plan was approved by BoG and sent to NPIU Two workshops were organized for the preparation of Governance Development Plan % of committed expenditure out of funds received 84.8

64 Key Performance Indicators % of Expenditure of the total funds received (Excluding Advance) % of Procurement plan out of 5.5 Crores MIS data entry Done for 2013 – 14, Mandatory Participation in CII-AICTE survey Participated Participation in TEQIP Faculty, Staff and Students Satisfaction Survey 90% Completed


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