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1 Government Engineering College Thrissur Government Engineering college Thrissur 1

2 Student’s Success rate - UG = (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)

3 Student’s Success rate - PG = (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)

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

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

6 Placement & Higher Studies - UG (Assessment = 30 × (x + 1.25y)/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)

7 Placement & Higher Studies - PG (Assessment = 20 × (x + 3y)/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 subject to max. assessment points = 20

8 Professional Societies IIChE Mr. Mohan S Menon, Chairman, IIChE Cochin chapter Inaugurated the activities of 2013 on 7/7/2013 Expert lecture by Mr. Venketash, Dy. Chief Manager, FEDO, Udyogamandal on 2/7/2013, Topic - Process Design aspects of Chemical Plants Talk by Mr. Suresh K, Plant manager, Pollution Control,FACT, on 12/10/13, Topic-Environmental aspects in Fertilizer Industries Study tour organized to Travancore Cochin Chemicals Ltd. Eloor on 21/11/13 IEEE 2011 4 Workshops - Micro controller applications for beginners,C Programming, MATLAB Training, Altium Designer Technical Talks -Advanced processor technologies, Mechanical Consideration in Robotics Formation of WIE Affinity Group Hosted the Branch Counselors Congress Conducted Microsoft Quiz 2012 4 Workshops-Embedded System Design, HTML and CSS, Project Training Program, ExpEyes and Python PROVOCARE- Paper Presentation Competition Project Expo and Orientation for first years 2013 'C Programming Workshop' for the S 1 S 2 students A session on development of managerial & communication skill for the IEEE Members 5 workshops- LABVIEW, Sixth Sense Robotics, Raspberry Pi, Photoshop and Photography and Energy Auditing Project expo WIE AG of our college organised 'Introduction to Microcontrollers and PCB Fabrication Workshop' for IEEE members 'MATLAB workshop' for the students of third and fourth year EEE and ECE on the simulation software Technical talk on “Leveraging technology for a Better Tomorrow”. ISTE 2012-13 Vaibhava –State Annual Students convention of ISTE Kerala Section Vibrant 2012 - National Annual Students convention Maths quiz Competition Awareness programme on “Condemnation of Delhi gang rape by students” Invited talk on Career Guidance GNOSIS – Technical Quiz Workshop on MatLab Software Solar panel Exhibition (in association with ISTE Staff Chapter) Anti-narcotic Day -Awareness programme Yukthi’ 13- Project Exhibition 2013-14 Incepto 13 - Annual Convention Workshop on Google Apps ISRO and KNPP Expo Workshop on Basic C programming Career guidance class LUMINO 14 - Treasure hunt, junk art and adzap

9 Publications UG by Students Nelson K. J., Dilnavaz : Design And Implementation Of High Performance 64- Bit VLIW Microprocessor- Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging trends in computing,pg 355-359,June 2013 –ECE Dept. Dimna Denny, Gayathry Dayanandan, Uma Syamkumar: Observer for induction motor state estimation using artificial neural network in ICMF 2013 at GEC Thrissur- EEE Dept. Rajan, Milu Mary, and Ajay James. "Hiding Encrypted Text Files In Multimedia Files." International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. Vol. 2. No. 4 (April-2013). ESRSA Publications, 2013.

10 Publications by PG Students Civil Engineering Dept. 2010-112011-122012-132013-14 International Journal 1111 National Journal 0000 International Conference 311725 National Conference 65085

11 Publications by PG Students Electrical Engineering Dept. 2011-122012-132013-14 International Journal 010 National Journal 000 International Conference 2011 National Conference 7100

12 Publications by PG Students Mechanical Engineering Dept. 2010-112011-122012-132013-14 International Journal 0005 National Journal 0000 International Conference 135023 National Conference 1067

13 Publications by PG Students Electronics and Communication Engg. 2010-112011-122012-132013-14 International Journal 0001 National Journal 0000 International Conference 03619 National Conference 02105

14 Entrepreneurship initiatives contd... Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) conducted Lecture on the significance of Entrepreneurship and allied matters by Mr Rajesh Nair and Mr Dhanan Sekhar, entrepreneur from Start up village, Kochi and sponsored by TEQIP-II Start up 20/20 program for students of all Engg Colleges in and around Thrissur during August 22nd to August 24th, 2014 in association with NASSCOM and TDA (Thrissur Development Authority). Talks have been given by Mr. Prasanna Kumar of Thomas Innovations, Mr. Purushothaman, Mr. Rajiv Vaishnav, Mr. Saxena of NASSCOM. Motivation workshops in association with Micro Small and Medium Enterprises – Development Institute, Thrissur Kerala. FSDTP on Technopreneurship in August 2013

15 Entrepreneurship initiatives Programmes attended by Faculty & Students MSME National Level Vendor Development Programme Cum Industrial Exhibition B2B Meet 2013 - sponsored by TEQIP –II -Prof. Praseetha P. Nair & PG students attended the National Level Vendor Development Programme Cum Industrial Exhibition B2B Meet 2013 held in Thrissur on 16th and 17th Dec 2013 Start up Boot Camp sponsored by TEQIP-II - Prof. Praseetha P. Nair, Prof. Ajay James and student co-ordinator, Ramesh Binu attended the Start-up Boot Camp held at Technopark campus, Trivandrum on 15 th January 2014 Workshop on the draft Science & Technology Policy 2013 -Prof. Praseetha P. Nair and Prof. Manoj N. have attended the Workshop on 19 th December 2013 at Hotel Travancore Court, Warriam Road, Ernakulam. International conference on "Entrepreneurship“ -Four students of the college attended the international conference on "Entrepreneurship in a globalised world challenges, policy and stategy perspectives" organised by De Paul School of Management, De Paul Institute of Science and Technology, Angamaly and De Paul University, Chicago, USA, held at Angamaly on 13 th and 14 th December 2013.

16 Entrepreneurship initiatives WebopX ( ), a company dedicated to delivering top notch web media service, started by Govind S Menokee of 2014 batch of Computer Science & Engg. Heuristics Technosol (http://, a boutique mobile application development company in Cochin and incubated at Startup Village service, started by Sanjay Nediyara of 2014 batch of Computer Science & Engg. ZookApp Technolabs Pvt. Ltd., ZookApp is an online portal where stores in the city can maintain a profile through which they can reach out to the public with their products, offers and promotions.

17 Awards/Prizes – Civil Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Best StudentAward from TCS- Ranjith K.B (2009-2013) Build India Scholarship from L& T for Ranjith K.B (2009-2013) Best Poster Award in Engineering Science, 22 nd Kerala Science Congress 2010 for Sumam.K.S & Sajikumar.N Jayasree Menon of 2009-11 batch got the Young Scientist award in Engineering 2012. Anupama S.of 2008-10 batch, Megha M. of 2009-11 batch, Geethu Shanmughan of 2010-12 batch were selected for contest of Young Scientist award. Meera Balakrishnan of 2010-12 Batch got first prize for technical paper presentation contest

18 Awards/Prizes – EEE Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Divya Nair, student of 2010 EEE batch was awarded as the outstanding WIE volunteer award in 2013. Preethy Warrier, student of 2009 EEE batch was awarded as the outstanding WIE volunteer award in 2012. The paper on ‘Dynamic stability in Power Systems and Tuning of Power System Stabilizer Using Particle Swarm Optimization’ presented by Vishnudas P. H. at Eminance, a two day seminar on Power System Operation and Control at Thejus Engineering College, Thrissur in 2012 won the first place. The Paper on “Performance analysis of Hybrid HVDC transmission system for connecting offshore wind farm to onshore grid” presented by Ann Maria Issac in the international conference on Innovations, Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology(ICIASET-2014) won the first prize.

19 Awards/Prizes - CSE Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Ajith K M : Best Student award from TCS : First Prize in Paper Presentation in NIT Calicut. : First Prize in Technical Quiz, Web Designing and Virtual War : Second Prize in Googling organized in MA College, Kothamangalam. : First Prize in Technical Quiz organised by VJCET Vazhakulam. : Second Prize in Web Designing organized by Model Engg College, Ernakulam. Menon Sarath Sasidharan : Third Prize in C Coding/Debugging competition at MAC Kothamangalam Pallavi Mohan : First Prize in Paper Presentation in NIT Calicut. : Second Prize, Design Vista, Dyuti 12

20 Awards/Prizes - CSE Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Rajeev S : First prize in SQL Data mining, : First prize in Shell Scripting,2nd in 2x Relay Coding, Incepto 2013 Vijeenrosh P.W : Third Prize, InCTF National Level Ethical Hacking Competition (Team event), Amritha University : Second Prize, Shell Scripting, Excel 2013, Model Engg. College : Second Price, C Coding Competition,Thaksak 2013, MAC College Rahul Sathyajit : Thrid Prize, InCTF 2012 Sharath M S : First Prize in IT quiz at MA College,Kothamangalam Staphy Tressa Joseph : First Prize in C Coding, Vaibhava 2012,GEC Thrissur Deepak M : First Prize in C Coding, Vaibhava 2012,GEC Thrissur Abhilash Balan : First Prize in Technical Quiz, MAC Technical Fest

21 Awards/Prizes - ECE Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Amritha P.C :won Nikhil K.R Memorial gold medal for the best student of the pass out batch. Niranjana H Menon:won Prof. Vasudevan Endowment Award for securing highest score in Engineering Graphics and Prof. Venkatesh memorial Award for securing highest marks in Engineering Mathematics at the college level for the year 2013-14. Vishnupriya V:Won 1 st in group level fencing championship at Calicut University Athletic Meet. Sooraj P: 2nd prize in E-RACER(NIT Calicut) AbhijithNambi1 st prize in Circuit Designing (College of Engg.Thalassery) Vyas P S (2011 admission) won the first prize in the event INTELLIGENT ROOM at Malabar College, Shornur

22 Awards/Prizes - ECE Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) Mr. Bharath R, Ashok S Menon, Abhijeet Balakrishnan, the sixth semester B.Tech students of the department has won first prize in the national level Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2012 organized by Embassy of Sweden at IIT, Delhi on 3 rd November 2012. The detailed student achievements list is provided as separate document.

23 Awards/Prizes - Mechanical Department (Inter-collegiate/State level/National) 2013 - NetBall Interzone Runners UP 2014 - NetBall University Runners UP –Ajay Raj got Selection for the University team –Avinash Menon got selection to the university team reserve

24 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)

25 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)

26 Faculty qualifications (Assessment = 4 × 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)

27 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ASCE)- Civil Structural Engg. Dr. P. VijayanM.K. Anandavally Dr. C.V. Lal Geotechnical Engg. P.S. AnilkumarA.G. Seema Transportation Engg. K.S. DineshkumarP.H. AnithaDr. E.A. Subaida Hydraulics Engg. K.O. Vargheese.Dr. N. SajikumarReeba Thomas Environmental Engg. K.J. SosamonyDr. V. MeeraMinimol Pieus

28 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) –Electrical Electronics Dr. Jayanand B. Dr. M. Nandakumar Manju B.Jose SebastianDr. E. A. Jasmin Binitha Joseph Mampilly Sajitha M. Electrical Machines Dr. M. V. JayanJiji K. S. Uma Syamkumar Nisha J. Haryhar A. S. T. G. Sanish Kumar Power Systems Dr. P. RejiK. RathiK. N. ChandraboseNevin Jacob.V. BeenaN. VenugopalanK. Pramela KumariE. K. Bindumol Control Systems T. RemaniK. P. PreethaDr. R. AnasrajUma SyamkumarRamesh Kumar P.Binoy B. B. Power Electronics & Drives Dr. Jayanand B. Dr. M. Nandakumar T. G. Sanish Kumar Joseph K. D.Jose Sebastian Microprocessors & Micro Controllers Rajappan PillaiDr. Meenakshy K.Manju B.K. P.Preetha

29 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electronics and Communication Engg. contd… Signal Processing Dr. Sheeba V.S Dr. Jayan A. R Mohanan K.P. Premanand B Probability and Random Processes Dr.Tara Raveendran Purushothaman K G Electronics Circuits and Devices Dr.Sheeba V S Muneera C.R Purushothaman K G VLSI Mrinalini C.P. Mohammed Salih K.K. Digital Communication Shamla BSinith M SAnil Kumar C D Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Sunny T.D. Mohamed Salih K K

30 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (IEEE) – Electronics and Communication Engg. Microwave Theory and Techniques Sinith M.S. Job Chunkath Power Electronics Riyas K.K Digital Systems /Digital Electronics Latha K.N.Shamla B. Gladwin Jose K.T. Manoj K Antenna Theory /Radiation & Propagation. Anil Kumar C.D Gladwin Jose. K T Sinith M S Advanced Mathematics Faculty from Mathematics Department


32 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (AIChE) – Chemical cntd… Fluid and Particle Mechanics Manoj N Fasnabi P.A. Chemical Process Principles Dr. Soloman P.A. Fasnabi P.A. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Dr. Manju M.S Manilal A.M. Haseena P.V. Environmental Engineering Haseena P V Subin Paulose Process Heat Transfer Dr. V.O. Rejini Dr. Renjanadevi B. Padmavathy K.S Mass Transfer Operations Dr. Renjanadevi B Praseetha P. Nair Chemical Reaction Engineering Dr. Soloman P.A. Subin Poulose

33 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (AIChE) - Chemical Chemical Engineering Design Ajeesh K N Process Dynamics and Control Ajeesh K.N. Anjana R. Sourabh Sahadev Basic Science Faculty of Physics Department Faculty of Chemistry Department Mathematics Manilal A M Faculty of Mathematics department Project Engineering Saurabh Sahadev Manoj N Economics & Management of Chemical industries Fasnabi P A

34 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria – Production Basic Mechanical Engineering M Parameswaran Haris Naduthodi Manufacturing Engineering Haris Naduthodi Mary C Kurian Manjith Kumar B Maintenance Engineering P V Gopinadhan Boby K Geore Modelling and Optimisation N Jayasree Haris Naduthodi Production Technology Shalij P R Manjith Kumar B M Parameswaran Operations Management Satish K PBoby K GeorgeN Jayasree Humanities Mary C KurianShalij P R P V Gopinadhan

35 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria (ASME) - Mechanical Industrial Engineering V I Balasubramanian I M Chandran Rajesh Vanchippura C K Ambilikumar L RekhaK BalakrishnanP J Manoj Manufacturing Engineering T Krishnakumar D MahipalK K ManeshV K PramodLalu P P Sajith C Subramanian K C Paul C M Manmohan Ramesh Krishnan S Maintenance Engineering K Varughese Job Machine DesignC P SunilkumarSudheesh R S E S Ramasubramaniam Thermal Engineering E C Ramakrishnan A Ramesh Jayee K Varghese Jithesh P KMechanicsK R jayadevan Computer Integrated Manufacturing P A Abdul Samad

36 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria – Mechanical Energy Management K P Aneez Hyderi M SandhyaA K MubarakSunil A S K K Ramachandran Material ScienceM D BinduM S ArunTribologyJose AugustinSafety EngineeringA R SomanPropulsion Pradeep M Kamath IC EnginesTennison K Jose Mechanical Engineering Rahul K R

37 Faculty Participation in FSDs of two week duration

38 Faculty Participation in FSDs of one week duration

39 Faculty participation as resource persons

40 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.)

41 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.

42 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.).

43 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

44 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

45 Lecture Halls

46 Seminar Halls

47 Tutorial Rooms

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

49 Laboratories (No of students per experimental setup, Technical Manpower support) Civil CAD lab(2,2) Strength of Materials lab (5,2) Materials Testing lab (5,2) Geotechnical Engineering lab (5,2) Surveying Laboratory (5,2) Environmental Engineering Lab (5,2) Transportation Engineering Lab (5,2) Computer Programming Language Lab(1,1) Systems Lab (1,1) Hardware Lab (3,1) PG Lab (1,1) Electrical & Electronics Work Shop (2,2) Basic Electrical Engg Lab(5,2) Electronics Lab(5,2) Electrical Measurement Lab(5,2) Electrical Machine Lab – I & II(5,2) Digital Electronics Lab(5,2) Power Electronics Lab(5,2) Advanced Electrical Engg Lab(5,2) Simulation Lab(1,2) Power System Lab(1,1) Production Production Engg. Lab (4,2) Industrial Engg. Lab (3,2) CAD/CAM Lab (2,2) Metrology Lab (4,2) Chemical CT lab(4,1) MTE Lab (4,1) FPM LAB (3,1) PT lab (3,1) HT lab (3,1) MTO lab (4,1) Process Simulation lab (1,1) PCRE lab (3,1) Electronics & communication Electronic Circuits Lab(4,2) Communication Lab(4,2) Digital Electronics and Microprocessor Lab(4,2) VLSI Lab(5,2) Computer Lab(4,2) Microwave Lab(4,2) Telematics Lab(4,2) Research Lab(3,2) Design Studio Lab(4,2) Mechanical FM Lab(5,1) HE Lab(5,1) Instrumentation Lab(5,1) CAD Lab(5,1) Production Engg Lab(2,1) Workshop(1,1)

50 Lab manuals (Laboratories for which lab manuals are available Civil CAD lab Strength of Materials lab Materials Testing lab Geotechnical Engineering lab Surveying Laboratory Environmental Engineering Lab Transportation Engineering Lab Electrical Work Shop Basic Electrical Engg Lab Electronics Lab Electrical Measurement Lab Electrical Machine Lab – I & II Digital Electronics Lab Power Electronics Lab Advanced Electrical Engg Lab Simulation Lab Power System Lab Electronics EC09 407(P) Electronic Circuits Lab CS09 308(P) Basic Electronics Lab EC09 408(P) Analog Communication Lab EC09 508(P) Linear Integrated Circuits Lab EC09 307(P) Digital Electronics Lab CS09 408(P) Digital Electronics Lab EC09 708(P) VLSI Design Lab Chemical All labs except Process Simulation lab possess manuals Computer Science Programming Paradigms Lab Networks Lab Compiler Lab Systems Lab Hardware Lab Data Structures Lab Computer Programming Lab Production Manufacturing Sciences (Production Engg. Lab) Industrial Engg. CAD/CAM Lab Manufacturing System Management (CAD/CAM Lab) Metrology Lab Mechanical FM Lab HE Lab Instrumentation Lab CAD Lab Production Engg Lab Workshop

51 Language Lab (How do you use it ?) The lab has 11 terminals, one Teacher Module and ten Student modules. Digital Language software is installed in all terminals As per the revised syllabus 2014-15, Language Lab classes (at least 11 hours outside regular contact hours) are required to be attended by all First year students Students can download the recorded lessons from the teacher console. They can listen to the native speakers lessons and pronunciations. Students can also view video clippings. CONTROL FOR GROUP DISCUSSION

52 Tutorial Classes (Subject, no of students in a tutorial class, hours) Civil For all subjects as per university regulations Class strength (Average 52 per batch) 2 hours per subject per week. Electrical All subjects (30,1) Chemical 1Hour per week for all theory subjects Computer Science 1Hour per week for all theory subjects (as per university norms) Mechanical Engineering Graphics,52, 3 hrs All theory subjects,52,1hr Electronics For all subjects as per university regulations 1 hour per subject per week.

53 Mentoring System Have an effective advisory system headed by concerned group tutors in every batch. (2 faculty for a batch of 60 students). Fortnightly meetings are arranged with students by the advisors. Students meet individual faculty members to address their grievances, as and when required. We also have an effective student counselling system (Counselling and Guidance Cell) in place for all the students in the institution. The Career Guidance and Placement cell also offers advice to the students for their career related matters. Class PTAs are conducted, where face-to-face meetings with the parents are held along with their wards. (once per semester) GEcT SAFE offers financial support for students throughout the course. (15 students per year @Rs.10,000/- per year) Alumni mentoring individual students of their choice. (Around 10 in number).

54 Feedback analysis An online feedback system used to conduct student feedback of teachers. The generated teaching evaluation index as well as the remarks are distributed to the concerned faculty member through the head of the department. All students participate in the feedback and it is conducted for every theory course. Letter of Appreciation is issued by the HoD to the teacher rated best by the students during a semester. Explanation is sought from faculty with evaluation index below a specified level and appropriate corrective measures will be suggested by the head of the department. Teachers having effective index less than 70 are counseled by HoD and also suggeste to undergor induction program for teachers being conducted by ISTE / NTTI.

55 Scope for self learning NPTEL videos. Faculty encourage students to take MOOCs on related courses through coursera, edX, Khan Academy, Udacity, MIT open courseware etc. Internet facility with subscription to leading journals available at institute level. Digital library available at institute level. Department library available for reference. Central library facility. Workshops, Seminars, short term courses, Conferences are being conducted where students actively participate. Students undergo industrial training for 2 weeks and also make industrial and site visits. Encouragement of students to self learning through the concept of flipped classrooms.

56 Career Guidance, Placement Unit contd… Training & Placement Cell. –The cell uses the college auditorium (1000 seats) for conduct of pre-placement talks, CCF facility for conduct of online tests (100 nodes) [shared basis] and their office rooms with internet facility for conduct of interviews / GDs. The following training Programs are arranged for students every year:

57 Career Guidance, Placement Unit contd… History Of placement TOP Companies offering placement

58 Career Guidance, Placement Unit Industry Interaction –(i) Industry based student projects have increased to 122 from 20 in the year 2013-14. (ii) Benzy V K, Ph.D scholar, Dept. of EEE is collaborating with RCC, Trivandrum in the field of ANNs. (iii) 2 Faculty members from EEE dept. are jointly working with Ms. Waves Electronics Pvt. Ltd, Kizhakkambalam to develop a 48 V / 25 A MOSFET based SMPS. –Training – (i) Finishing school (ii) regular training for students/faculty by TCS, FACT, Keltron (iii) M/s Zyxware Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Trivandrum has conducted a training on Open source software as part of MOU with GEC Thrissur. –Placement – (i) TCS, BPCL. (ii) online certification course by ORACLE for 60 students. Technology Business Incubation centre –Formed in August 2014 – Room with 300 sq.ft room space and 10 PCs acquired for exclusive use - Activities of the cell to be launched in December 2014 – Govt. has sanctioned Rs. 10 lakhs for this financial year.

59 Co-curricular activities 4 Day Long Educational Auto Expo Thrissur Motor Show by Mechanical Dept. depicting engine mortuary, Traffic & Road Saftey classes, Green Technology, Automobile Engineering Basics, is conducted every year. Open house / Technical exhibition by all departments –Quintessence – Dept. of ECE –Resonance – Dept. of EEE –Insignia – Dept. of CSE –NIRMAAN – Dept. of CE Aura – Tech fest 2012, Chemical Engineering Association. Encon club, Dept. of CHE conducted an Essay writing and Quiz on competition on energy conservation in 2013 5 Nos. of B2C programmes held during 2012-2014 EXTRICO – ISTE State Students’ Convention ISTE- Srinivasa Ramanuja Mathematical Competitions at Regional Level, Zonal Level & National Level YUKTHI-14 – Project Expo, organized by ISTE students chapter and sponsored by TEQIP-II YES (Young Entrepreneur's Summit) – Agricopter by Production Engineering Students – Athul Shibu, Job V.J., Sarath Marson, Arjun Ajay

60 Extra-curricular activities Golden Jubilee celebrations of Chemical dept. 2012 Participation in university youth festival OASIS – Pain & Palliative care unit NSS - Eye testing camp (Trichur eye hospital), Distribution of clothes (Uttarakhand flood victims), Book donation (KEAM Entrance books distributed to schools), Harithavidyalaya (practical knowledge of agriculture), Punarjjani (District hospital Thrissur – recreation of facility), Blood donation camp (2012-13).

61 Facilities for Sports and Games Main Ground -29900 m 2 area Multipurpose court -700 m 2 area Badminton Court -98 m 2 area Hockey Ground -7350 m 2 area Volleyball Court -420 m 2 area Indoor -217.958 m 2 area 400 m track (8 line) with well built gallery for athletic and games Play grounds were used for football, hockey, volleyball, ball badminton, shuttle badminton, Basketball, Baseball and cricket games. Well equipped muti gymnasium hall with three table tennis tables. 12 standard Chess boards and 2 caroms boards

62 Financial assistance to departments for upkeep and maintenance of laboratory equipment from Alumni Association (fund collected from C.D of students and fee for student verification) Routine maintenance from Govt. funds Maintenance of computing facility by PTA Urgent requirements for funds met by PTA Security persons deployed from PTA funds Maintenance of campus cleanliness by PTA Campus Development and Management

63 Hostels The college has four Hostel Blocks for men and two Hostel Blocks for women students with capacity of 690 and 160 respectively. Two new hostel buildings have been inaugurated in 2014-15 for PG and SC/ST students with a capacity of 140 These hostels have separate establishments and are headed by the warden assisted by Resident Tutors.

64 Canteen One canteen and one Cafeteria are functioning within the campus for convenience of the staff and students (Both Regular and Part-Time) 1.Canteen, with a seating capacity for 96 persons works for 12 hours from 8 A M 2.Cafeteria, with a seating capacity for 14 persons from 9 A M to 5 P M Serves breakfast, lunch and tea at a subsidized rate for students and staff of GECT. Canteen has a biogas plant for waste disposal & fuel for cooking.

65 Transport facilities There are 5 Buses including one donated by College PTA, a jeep and a car on service to reduce the transport problems of students and staff of this institution. These servicesare very much helpful to the students and staff for their journey to and from the college as well as various industrial visits in connection with the curriculum. A bus committeecomprising 6 members is constituted for regulating the various functions of buses. The students are issued Identity cum Bus Pass during the admission process. GEC Trichur is 60 kms from Cochin International Airport and 6 kms from Thrissur Railway Station. The institution is well connected by roads to Thrissur Town (5 km) and other parts of Kerala.

66 Electricity, power backup and telecom Electricity: The institution is well connected with dedicated power supply from KSEB with a power source of 220 V, 3 phase AC supply line and also power distribution of High Tension(HT), substation with capacity 400 KVA is installed in the campus. Power Back up: The institution has an electric power generator (Diesel driven) with an installed capacity of 160 KVA, for use during power failure. Telecom : The institution is well connected with a BSNL land line connections, 1.1 mobile phone and 1 landline for the principal, 2.10 landlines for College Office 3. 1 landline for PTA 4.3 landlines for hostel office

67 Drinking Water The institution is well connected with a water distribution network. Four tanks with a total storage capacity of 1, 25,000 litres (3 x 25,000 L, 1 x 50,000 L). Water purifying system is installed in various points. Mineral water supply is made available in the departments. Besides water from three open wells, purified water supply from City Corporation is used. The maintenance of water supply is done by PWD and Committee for Plumbing/Mechanical Works. The committee consists of a faculty from Mechanical Engineering Department and two supporting staff.

68 Grievance redressal forums Class Committee in depts – Grievance redressal forum for students as per UGC Norms-Academic as well as nonacademic matters College Grievance redressal Committee to look into the grievances of the students including the complaints regarding internal assessment if any. Students are apprised of Online Grievance redressal mechanism of AICTE Anti Ragging Committee Anti Sexual Harassment Committee

69 Sources of Funds External sources of funds:

70 Sources of Funds Internally acquired funds:

71 Budget & Expenditure

72 Budget & Expenditure – Civil Engineering Dept.

73 Budget & Expenditure – Mechanical Engineering Dept. Financial Year2012-20132011-20122010-2011 ItemsBudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses Laboratory equipment 4765864 3263755 2555595 Software251090 500000 499234 R&D450000 200000 50000 Laboratory consumables 0033302 57330 Maintenance and spares 000028425 Training and Travel 139530 148795 00 Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities 26220119 135092 1388751 Total31826603 4280944 4579335

74 Budget & Expenditure – Electrical & Electronics Engineering Dept. Financial Year201320122011 ItemsBudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses Laboratory equipment 1736722 388462 235000 Software560000 1438656 00 R&D22000 18000 Laboratory consumables 000000 Maintenance and spares 000000 Training and Travel 499931 287246 90697 Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities 000000 Total2818653 2136364 343697

75 Budget & Expenditure – Chemical Engineering Dept. Financial Year201320122011 ItemsBudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses Laboratory equipment 500000054820413000000342890418000001900000 Software50000000 0 0 R&D5000000500000700000 600000 Laboratory consumables 150000 110000119000 Maintenance and spares 20000002500000400000500000190000200000 Training and Travel 500000 200000 00 Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities 1000000 10000084262500000 Total9650000101320415050000506316637000003319000

76 Budget & Expenditure – Electronics & Communication Engineering Dept. Financial Year201320122011 ItemsBudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses BudgetActual Expenses Laboratory equipment 3000000298438455000051034317000001653925 Software100000088123080000078750000 R&D Laboratory consumables 1500001158842500022909300000271382 Maintenance and spares 0027500252001500012666 Training and Travel 00 Miscellaneous expenses for academic activities 0070000651094000035325 Total 415000039814981472500141106120550001973298

77 Library No of library staff: 9

78 Campus Network Name of the Internet provider : – NMEICT (40Mbps) – NKN (100Mbps) likely to be upgraded to 1Gbps Wi-Fi (secured) facility available in the entire campus for students Connectivity extended to all hostels Institute’s own e-mail facility to faculty/students Security/privacy to e-mail/Internet users

79 Safety norms and checks A committee is constituted for making minor repairs and maintenance of civil structures; major repairs are done by PWD Govts of Kerala. –Electronics lab earthing is done by PWD (23/07/2013) –Power electronics lab earthing done on 10/06/2013 –The Re-Earthing activity of Main building of GECT is completed during the year 2013. At present, works are progressing to prepare a detailed ‘Safety Manual’ that describes the complete procedures to be followed at GECT, to ensure safety

80 Safety norms and checks Fire-fighting measurements: Effective safety arrangements with emergency / multiple exits and ventilation/exhausts in auditoriums and large classrooms/labs, fire-fighting equipment and training, availability of water, and such other facilities (1) Buildings –Fire extinguishers provided in each floor –Fire blanket provided in each floor Laboratories –Fire extinguishers in each lab ( 10 fire extinguishers fitted on 16/01/14) –Fire blanket in each lab ( 14 fire blanket fitted on labs) –Fume hood in labs dealing with chemicals –Posters displayed about chemicals and first aid required –First aid kit in all labs –Emergency collection area in football ground –Safety Awareness campaign conducted periodically by talks of eminent people in safety –Fire academy is functioning opposite the college. Their help is sought. –Checks are carried out once in every semester

81 Safety norms and checks Safety of civil structure A committee is constituted for making minor repairs and maintenance is done by civil department, major repairs is Maintained by the public works department (PWD) Handling of hazardous chemicals and such other activities –A committee is constituted for making minor repairs and maintenance of civil structures, electrical works, plumbing etc. –Major repairs and maintenance activities are done by Public works department of Kerala state. –Mcbs are installed in every lab for electrical safety. –Introductory classes are given for students for safe handling of chemicals. –Posters on Safety is displayed in every laboratory. –Training on safety is given for staff members. Disposal of hazardous chemicals is done as follows: acids and alkalis are neutralized and disposed. Flammable chemical are incinreated in a controlled manner.

82 Counselling & Medical Care Counselling facility: Counseling cell comprising members of faculty from each department is constituted for giving necessary guidance and solving grievances. Emergency medical care 1. Dispensary: A dispensary is working in the college premises where students get medical care and treatment. Availability of first-aid unit available in all labs and workshops –Medical staff to provide first –aid and medical help in emergency; –No Medical practitioners : 1 –No of nursing staff : 2 2. Medical facility nearby: Three Medical Colleges and 15 hospitals including super specialty hospitals available within 8 sqkm, around GECT, Thrissur 3. Availability of ambulance services (response times and medical facility): 1. No of ambulances within the Inst/College : NIL 2. Facility in ambulances : NA 3. Response time in calling ambulance services from outside : IMMEDIATE

83 Counselling & Medical Care 4. Pain and Palliative Care Unit: OASIS is the pain and palliative care unit of Govt. Engineering College, Thrissur, and was established four years ago. The OASIS represents the student community in the field of palliative care. It aims to bring a contemporary thought into the lives of everyone related to this institution. One of its primary objectives is to spread awareness on palliative care and its importance in the midst of nation’s youth. It works as a supporting group for the Alpha pain clinic. It participates in all activities of the Alpha pain clinic, especially the “world hospice and palliative care day” is the home care programme organized every week. The members of the OASIS frequently visit the Alpha pain clinic to facilitate and provide palliative care. The members go for the home care programme, which provides free treatment and medicine to the needy irrespective of their financial status by visiting their homes every week with the Alpha painclinic thus comprehending palliative care and offering it. Assistance is also provided in gathering funds for the Alpha pain clinic by installing donation boxes in the premises of the college. Help, from an engineering point of view is provided by constructing medicine equipments at lower costs.

84 Key Performance Indicators Minutes of Board of Governors (BoG) meetings uploaded in the college ‘s website:www.gectc Statutory Audit Done twice for the financial years - 2012-13, 2013-14 Performance Audit along with Data Audit Done twice in the academic years 2012-13 & 2013-14 Initial Governance Development Plan Prepared % of committed expenditure out of funds received 7.99%

85 Key Performance Indicators % of Expenditure of the total funds received 96.42 % % of Procurement plan out of 5.5 Crores 98.19 % MIS data entry Completed data entry for the years 2010- 11,2011-12 & 2012- 13 2013-14 almost done, except student transition, as the results were not available now Mandatory Participation in CII-AICTE survey Participated Participation in TEQIP Faculty, Staff and Students Satisfaction Survey Participated

86 Thank You Government Engineering College Thrissur

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