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B.

Profile of the Affiliated /Constituent College



1.

Name and address of the college:










2.

For communication:


Designation

Name



Telephone with
STD code

Mobile

Fax

Email

Director


Dr.I.Ramachandra
Reddy

O:
040
-



23565648

R:

040
-


23351623

98497

22527

040
-

2356
4187

directorgnits@

yahoo.in

Vice Principal

NIL

O:

R:




Steering
Committee

Co
-
ordinator

Dr.K.Ramesh
Reddy

O:

040
-

23565649

R:

040
-
23046063

984942
2460


040
-
23564187

kollirameshreddy
@yahoo.com


3.

Status of the of Institution :


Affiliated College


Constituent College

--

Any other (specify)

--


4.

Type of Institution:


a.

By Gender

i.

For Men






ii
. For

Women






iii. Co
-
education







Name:
G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology & Science (for Women)


Address:

Shaikpet


City:
Hyderabad


Pin:
500008

State:
Andhra Pradesh




Website:
www.gnits.ac.in














Pin code:
500008


Website:
www.gnits.ac.in





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b. By shift


i. Regular





ii. Day




iii. Evening





5.

Is it a recognized minority institution?

Yes

--

No


If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide
documentary
evidence.


6.

Source of funding:

Government


Grant
-
in
-
aid



Self
-
financing

Any other




7.

a. Date of establishment of the college:

15


09
-
1997

(dd/mm/yyyy)


b. University

to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college (If it is a constituent
college)



J
awaharlal Nehru Technological University,

Hyderabad


c.
Details of UGC recognition:


Under Section

Date,

Month & Year

(dd
-
mm
-
yyyy)

Remarks

(If
any)

i. 2 (f)


Applied for the recognition
under 2 (f)


i
t is Under process

Our reference letter no
GNITS/UGC/4/10/2012


dated 11
-
10
-
2012

ii. 12 (B)

Applied for the recognition
under 12 (B)


it is Under process

Our reference letter no
GNITS/UGC/4/10/2012

dated 11
-
10
-
2012


(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)




Not Applicable



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d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC


(AICTE,
NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)

Under
Section/clause

Recognition/Approval details
Institution/Department/

Programme


Day, Month
and Year

(dd
-
mm
-
y
yyy)

Validity

Remarks

i.


AICTE



6 UG & 5 P.G.

Programmes


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ENCLOSURE
-

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8.

Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as recognized by the
UGC), on its affiliated colleges?


Yes


No


If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?


Yes




No


9.

Is the college recognized

a.

by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?



Yes


No



If yes,
date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


b.

for its performance by any other governmental agency?





Yes


No




If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and


Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


10.

Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:



Location *


Urban

Campus area in sq. mts.

12.5 Acres

Built up area in sq. mts.

37
2
57 Sq.Mts.


(* Urban, Semi
-
urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)




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11.

Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and provide numbers or
other details at appropriate places) or in case the institute has an agreement with other
agencies in using any of the listed facilities provide information on the facil
ities
covered under the agreement.



Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities

-


Yes



Sports facilities



play ground



Yes



swimming pool

No



gymnasium


Yes



Hostel



Boys’ hostel




Not Applicable



Number of hostels



Number of inmates



Facilities (mention available facilities)



Girls’ hostel



Number of hostels

-

02



Number of inmates

-

700



Facilities (mention available facilities)



Study room , Internet Access
through Wi
-
Fi




Working women’s hostel

-

Not Applicable



Number of inmates



Facilities (mention available facilities)



Residential facilities for teaching and non
-
teaching staff (give numbers available
--

cadre
wise)



Not Available



Cafeteria
--

Available



Health centre


Available

First aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency ca
re facility, Ambulance…….

Health centre staff


First Aid and Emergency care facility available


Qualified doctor Full time


Part
-
time


Qualified Nurse Full time



Part
-
time





Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
-


Available




Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff

-

Available



Animal house

-




Not

Available



Biological waste disposal
-


Available





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Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and voltage






-


Available



Solid waste management facility

-


Not

Available



Waste water management


-


Available



Water harvesting



-


Available


12.

Details of programmes offered by the
college (Give data for current academic year)


Sl.
No.


Programme
Level


Name of the
Programme/
Course


Duration

Entry
Qualifica

tion

Medium
of
instruction

Sanctioned/
approved
Student
strength

No. of
students
admitted

1

Under
-
Graduate

B.Tech

4 Years

Intermedia
te

English

66
0

6
5
0

2

Post
-
Graduate

M.Tech


2 Years

B.Te ch

English

90

89


Integrated
Programmes


P G










Ph.D.









M.Phil.









Ph. D.








Certificate
courses








UG Diploma








PG Diploma








Any Other

(specify and
provide
details)









13.

Does the college offer self
-
financed Programmes?

Yes


No



If yes, how many?

-

UG
-
06 and PG
-
05

14.

New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?


Yes




No



Number


PG
-

04




6




15.

List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like Library, Physical
Education as departments, unless they are also offering academic degree awarding
programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments
offering common compulsory subjects for
all the programmes like English, regional languages etc.)


Particulars

UG

PG

Research

Science

Humanities & Mathematics
,

Basic Sciences

--


Arts




Commerce




Any Other not
covered
above

Engineering
Departments


1. Computer Science Engineering

2.

Electronics

& Communication Engineering

3. Electrical & Electronics Engineering

4. Electronics & Telematics Engineering

5. Information Technology

6. Instrumentation &

Control Engg

1. Digital
Electronics &
Communication
Engg

2. Power
Electronics &
Electric Drives

3. Computer
Science
&
Engineering

4.

Computer
Networks &
Information
Security Systems

5. Wireless &
Mobile
Communication




16.

Number of Programmes offered
under (Programme means a degree course like BA,
BSc,MA,M.Com…)

a.

annual system


b.

semester system

UG
-
06 & PG
-
05

c.

trimester system




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17.

Number of Programmes with

a.

Choice Based Credit System

b.

Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach

c.

Any other ( specify and
provide details)

UG
-
06 & PG
-
05


18.

Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher Education?



Yes


No







If yes,

a.

Year of Introduction of the programme(s)………………. (dd/mm/yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme







NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No.: ……………………………………

Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

Validity:………………………..


b.

Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher Education
Programme separately?



Yes


No





19.

Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?


Yes


No





If yes,


a.

Year of Introduction of the programme(s)………………. (dd/mm/yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme





b.

NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No.: ……………………………………

Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

Validity:……………………


c.

Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical Education
Programme separately?



Yes


No






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20.

Number of teaching and non
-
teaching positions in the Institution

Positions



Teaching faculty


Non
-
teaching
staff


Technical
staff


Professor


Associate
Professor

Assistant
Professor


*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

Sanctioned by the
UGC / University /
State Government

Recruited

13

03

14

12

31

95

15

44

22

22


Yet to recruit











Sanctioned by the
Management/society
or other authorized
bodies


Recruited











Yet to recruit











*M
-
Male *F
-
Female


21.

Qualifications of the teaching staff:

Highest
qualification

Professor

Associate
Professor

Assistant
Professor

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Permanent teachers

D.Sc./D.Litt.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ph.D.

9

2

-

4

2

4

21

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

3

1

14

8

30

90

146

Temporary teachers

Ph.D.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Part
-
time teachers

Ph.D.

1

-

-

-

-

-

1

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

-

-

-

-

-

-

-


22.

Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.




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23.
Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last four academic years.


Categories

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

SC


69


63


63


63

ST


32


29


29


29

OBC


102


92


92


92

General


447


416


416


416

Others


--


--


--


--

Total


650


600


600


600


24.

Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic year:

Type of students

UG

PG

M. Phil.

Ph.D.

Total

Students from the same state where
the college is located

634

85



719

Students from other states of India

16

5



21

NRI students

--

--




Foreign students

--

--




Total

660






25.

Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)




UG PG

26.

Unit Cost of Education

(Unit cost = total annual recu
rring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of


students enrolled )


(a) including the salary component


(b) excluding the salary component


27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?



Yes



No

If yes,


a) is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of


another University


Yes No



b)

Name of the University which has granted such registration.



c)

Number of programmes offered


d)

Programmes carry the recognition of th
e Distance Education Council.

Yes No



0.5%

0.2%


Rs.10,000/
-

Rs.42,000/
-


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28.

Provide Teacher
-
student ratio for each of the programme/
course

offered


B.Tech

(i) Electrical & Electronics Engineering




:

1 : 15

(ii) Electronics & Communication Engineering



:

1

: 14

(iii)
Computer Science & Engineering




:

1

: 16

(iv) Information Technology






:

1 : 15

(v) Electronics & Telematics Engineering




:

1

:

14

(vi) Instrumentation & Control Engineering




:

1

:

15

M.Tech

(i) Power Electronics & Electric


Drives (EEE)



:

1:


15

(ii) Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)




:

1:


15

(iii) Digital Electronics & Communication Systems (ECE)


:

1 : 15

(iv) Wireless & Mobile Communications (ETM)



:

1 : 18

(v) Computer Networks & Information Security (IT)


:

1 : 18


29.

Is the college
applying for


Accreditation :
Cycle 1



Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4




Re
-
Assessment:


(Cycle 1refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4 refers to
re
-
accreditation)



30.

Date of
accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re
-
assessment only)



Not Applicable

Cycle 1: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result…….. Cycle 2:
…………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result……..

Cycle
3: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result……..

* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s) as an annexure.




31.


Number of working days during the last academic year.





216 days


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32.


Number of teaching days during the last academic year


(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the examination days)




186 days




33.

Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)


IQAC

……………………
(dd/mm/yyyy)





Not Applicable



34.

Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) to NAAC.


AQAR

(i) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


AQAR

(ii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


AQAR

(iii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


AQAR

(iv) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)





Not Applicable



35.


Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to include. (Do not
include explanatory/descriptive information)




Wi
-
Fi facility in the campus


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C. Criteria
-
Wise Inputs


Criterion I: Curricular Aspects


1.1

Curriculum Planning and Implementation


1.1.1

S
tate the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe how these are
communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other stakeholders.


The institution has been striving hard to realize

the vision and fulfill the mission as stated
below:

VISION


“The Institute envisions to emerge as a premier center for Engineering Education in the
country by leveraging leading


edge technologies, drawing on outstanding teaching
expertise and cultivating exemplary work ethos”


MISSION


“The Institute signifies c
onscious and committed effort to leverage ‘education’ as a
means of ‘empowerment’ of women. It seeks to fulfill the need for creating special
avenues for women to pursue their academic aspirations and thus enable them
to asse
rt their individuality, intellectual capability, economic independence and
social standing on par with men in the society. It intends to equip women with
aptitude and ability to stand square and strive alongside men in building a progres
sive
nation.”




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A.


The Goals and Objectives of the Institution are :



To strengthen the programmes by revising the curriculum based on the industry
needs
.



To give hands on training to the students to be competent and confident to face
the real world chal
lenges in their endeavors.



To provide an environment conducive to the all round growth of the students
.



To promote
R & D

activities by encouraging staff & students through paper
publications.



To further strengthen the industry
-

institute collaboration.



To improve academic performance of the students to achieve more placements
with higher pay packages.

B.

The Goals and Objectives are made known to the various stakeholders

through:


The alumni of the college are the best ambassadors of its goals and objectives.

The institution hosted a website and disclosed all the information in it.

A brochure furnishing all the information is prepared and the same is
distributed to all the parents

and students who are admitted into the college at the time
of admissions.

Immediately after the admissions and before the commencement of the class
work, an orientation programme is conducted to all the fresh students and their
parents and they are appri
sed of the goals and objectives.

The students are also provided with the college news letter and all the relevant
information has been furnished in it.

Sending information to other institutes of higher learning through our students
and faculty whenever th
ey go to other institutions to participate in academic / co
-
curricular activities.



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1.1.2 How d
oes the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective implementation of the
curriculum? Give details of the process and substantiate through spec
ific example(s).





YES
. The curricula developed addresses the needs of the society and have relevance
to the regional and national developmental needs. The recent curriculum development
program includes the topics on
professional ethics
in the English subj
ect.


1.1.3
What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive (from


the University

and/or institution) for effectively translating the curriculum and improving teaching
practices?




The University and the Institution are conducting various Faculty Development
Programmes to keep the teacher ready to translate the curriculum designed by the
university effectively to the students.



The Institution is deputing the staff members to other u
niversities and institutions
which are offering Faculty Development Programmes for different subjects at
different places.



Exclusive Workshops are being conducted by the institution to give thorough
exposure to the faculty teaching any new subject or most

complicated subject in
which students are failing more in number.



Teachers are encouraged to publish technical papers in the national and international
conferences and to attend such conferences or seminars so that they interact with
some other teachers

to exchange views and to acquire technical knowledge.



Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education has exclusively designed Faculty
Development Programmes for each subject to give thorough exposure to teaching
staff on particular subjects by the seni
or faculty invited from different universities as
resource persons.



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1.1.4

Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for effective
curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum provided by the affiliating Universit
y
or other Statutory agency.




The Institution has conducted exclusively 3 to 6 day workshops to train the staff in
the fields of C & Data Structures and Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence.



The senior faculty of all the departments are selected by

the university to be the
members of Board of Studies to revise and improve the curriculum for UG and PG
programmes.



For the last two years all the departments of the Institution have improved 20% of the
curriculum designed by the University in consultati
on with industry personnel,
subject experts and university nominees.



Students feed back is being obtained in terms of delivery of the curriculum by the
staff members.



Alumni and MNC’s visiting for campus placements are also given importance in
expressing

their views and proposing topics to add to the curriculum.

1.1.5

How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as industry, research
bodies and the university in effective operationalisation of the curriculum?




The institution is

inviting the subject experts, nominees from concerned universities /
organizations and research bodies to revise the curriculum as frequently as possible.



Every year the feed back from the MNC’s who have selected the students of the
institution is collect
ed and based upon the need, additional topics are added.

1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff members to the development of
the curriculum by the University?

(number of staff members/departments represented on the
Board

of Studies, student feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder feedback provided,
specific suggestions etc
.,
)




A few of the senior faculty from each department are the members of the Board of
Studies of JNT University, Hyderabad in reviewing and improving th
e curriculum of
each programme.

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The staff of the Institution are considering the feed back given by the stake holders
(parents, students and MNC’s) and the same is being reflected for reviewing the
curriculum in the university for necessary improvement.



Some of the specific data collected through the placement officer is discussed in the
Head of the Departments meetings and the short falls that could be rectified are being
informed to the concerned boards of the university for the curriculum review.

1.1.
7

Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered (other than those under
the purview of the affiliating university) by it? If ‘yes’, give details on the process (’Needs
Assessment’, design, development and planning) and the course
s for which the curriculum
has been developed.

N
OT APPLICABLE


1.1.8 How does institution anlayse/ensure that the stated objectives of curriculum are achieved in
the course of implementation?




After completion of every unit in all the subjects, the staff

members are reviewing
various questions that can occur on that unit along with solutions.



For some units, the connectivity between the previous units and the next unit is
explained with practical examples wherever necessary.



The data collected from the in
ternet is given as additional information to give the
depth of the concepts covered in each unit.



For some of the subjects after completing the unit objective / slip tests are conducted
to assess the understanding level of the students. Wherever necess
ary
,

extra classes
are conducted.



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1.2

Academic Flexibility

1.2.1

Specifying the goals and objectives, giving details of the certificate/diploma/ skill
development courses etc., offered by the institution.


Departments Objectives for 2012
-
13 Academic
Year





Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering:

1.

To conduct at least one work shop in an academic year.

2.

To organize at least one guest lecture in each semester.

3.

To motivate the students to go for higher qualification.



Department of

Computer Science & Engineering
:



1. To conduct a national level student meet once in a year.

2. To conduct a workshop / training for faculty (inside or outside) once in a year.



3. To conduct an intra college programming contest

once in a year.


4. To encourage faculty to attend workshops every year.


5. To increase the pass percentage to 90%.


6. To see that more than 70% of students are placed in reputed companies.


7. To see that 15% of the students participate in present
ing papers.

Department of Electronics and Telematics Branch
:

1.

To organize work shops on “VLSI Design”.

2.

To conduct Group Discussions and Aptitude Tests for ETM students.

3.

To conduct Technical Quiz for ETM students.

4.

To Organize Intra College Paper Presentatio
ns under Telestorm.

5.

To conduct Essay Writing, Model
-
Adds, Sudoku for ETM students.

6.

To organize National Level Technical meet
-

IGNIUM
-
2013 in Feb
-
2013.

7.

To arrange Guest Lectures twice in a semester.

Department of Instrumentation and Control
Engineering
:

1.

To organize industrial visits for III & IV year students.

2.

To conduct national level technical meet for students under ISTE students chapter.

3.

To conduct technical & non technical events under department technical association
INSTRUSPARK.

4.

To org
anize mini
-
project exhibition for III year students.

5.

To organize technical seminars for IV year students.


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Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department:

1.

To conduct National Level Workshop in the Academic year 2012
-
13.

2.

One National Leve
l paper presentation contest by students to be conducted in the month
of February 2013.

3.

Two seminars per semester from eminent personalities from outside the institution.

4.

Organize Industrial tour once in a year for III & IV B.Tech.

5.

At least three researc
h papers to be published in conferences / journals by the faculty.

Department of Information Technology
:

1.

To train the students to acquire knowledge beyond syllabus by conducting academic
activities like Technical Paper Presentations, Seminars and Mini pro
jects Exhibition etc.

2.

To improve & update the teaching skills of the faculty by deputing them to various
Quality Improvement Programs like workshops, conferences and short
-
term & long
-
term courses.

3.

To motivate staff and students to go for Higher Qualificat
ion.

4.

To conduct one workshop/refresher course for faculty members every academic year.

Department of Mechanical Engineering & Examination Branch:

1.

Maintaining individual student’s examination records manually from 2002 batch
onwards. This objective is
continual process.


Training & Placement Department:

1. To organize campus recruitment drives for 2013 batch students.

2.

To organize pre
-
placement training program for 2014 batch students.

3.

Improve industry institution interactions.

4.

To organize Alumnae meet

every year.

5.

To bring new companies to the campus for recruitment.



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Department of Humanities and Mathematics:

1.

To conduct 2 Workshops / Guest Lectures for the faculty members during the academic
Year to enhance the professional competency.

2.

To conduct 2 val
ue
-
added programmes for the students as part of Skill Development
Programme to enhance their employability.

3.

To depute a minimum of 5 faculty members to Workshops / Seminars / Conferences /
Orientation Programmes / Refresher programmes as part of Faculty De
velopment
programmes.

Department of Basic Sciences:

1.

To conduct an Interdisciplinary workshop on Physics, Chemistry & Environmental
studies for the academic year 2012
-
13.

2.

To motivate the staff members to improve Higher Qualifications as an ongoing process.

3.

As a part of Faculty Development Programme, minimum of 3 Faculty

members to participate in the Workshops /Conferences /Orientation Programmes/
Seminars/ Refresher Courses.

4.

To Encourage the I B.Tech students to participate in Technical Symposiums / Paper

Presentation or any other engineering application oriented programmes/subjects related to
Basic Sciences.

Department of Library & Information Sciences:

1.

To enhance the no. of volumes in the main library to 35000 volumes by March 2013.

2.

To increase the number of titles in the main library to 8,000 by March 2013

3.

To install Surveillance Cameras.


Department of Physical Education
:

1. To organize of Intra mural competitions for the students for Annual Sport
s Day


Celebrations.

2. To add new equipment to the existing Fitness wing.

1.2.2

Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning /dual degree? If


‘yes', give details.





NO



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1.2.3
Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to academic flexibility and
how it has been helpful to students in terms of skills development, academic mobility,
progression to higher studies and improved potential for employability




Range of Core /Elective options offered by the University and those opted by the
college



Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options



Courses offered in modular form



Credit transfer and accumulation facility



Lateral mobility within and acro
ss programmes and courses



Enrichment courses



In every programme a certain number of subjects are floated as electives
and the rest would be core subjects. Those subjects which are considered
essential and basic requirement of that branch of study are offe
red as core
subjects.



Subjects that are specialized and application type are offered as electives.
Supportive/ancillary subjects are scattered into the curriculum to
maintain a perfect balance ensuring the comfort and connectivity in
learning new process.



Allied courses in th
e form of inter disciplinary subjects are offered in
each of the programmes depending on the requirement.



Suitable laboratory practical subjects are also incorporated.



Project Work, Mini Project , Seminar & Comprehensive Viva
-
Voce is
made compulsory in th
e final semester of the programme so that the
students would acquire skills to solve problems independently.


1.2.4

Does the institution offer self
-
financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list them and indicate how they
differ from other programmes, with reference
to admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher
qualification, salary etc.



G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology & Science, for women is established as a self
financed institution.


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1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes,
relevant to regional and global
employment markets? If ‘yes’ provide details of such programme and the beneficiaries.




Soft skills are introduced in the curriculum.



Ethics for professional career is introduced in curriculum.



Multi
-
media enabled Language
laboratories are introduced in the regular curriculum
to hone the communication skills of the students.

1.2.6
Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the conventional face
-
to
-
face
and Distance Mode of Education for students to choose

the courses/combination of their
choice” If ‘yes’, how does the institution take advantage of such provision for the benefit of
students?

NOT APPLICABLE


1
.3

Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1

Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
University’s Curriculum to
ensure that the academic programmes and Institution’s goals and objectives are integrated?




Tutorial classes for a batch of 20 students are offered in the identified subjects in
addition to the assignments.



The students counseli
ng by the faculty is introduced to identify the level of students
and the academic support required.



The students are encouraged to take active part in paper presentations, attending
seminars / workshops to improve their academic knowledge.



Co
-
curricular a
ctivities are also equally encouraged to expose the students to various
other institutions


students contest
s

in competitions and learn to move together.



The slip tests / objective tests are conducted more frequently to upgrade the subject
knowledge.



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1.3.2

What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and organize the curriculum to
explicitly reflect the experiences of the students and cater to needs of the dynamic
employment market?




The staff are preparing teaching notes / lesson pl
ans to meet the requirement of the
syllabus and to give additional information collected from the internet and
from
various national and international journals.



The assignments are given in such a way that the students are forced to visit the
library and
refer more number of text books / journals.



Paper presentation and Poster presentation contests are being conducted for the active
involvement of students in improving the subj
ects which is the criteria for
placements
.



The students are encouraged to condu
ct quiz programmes on typical subjects which
require more current knowledge in addition to the syllabus prescribed by the
university.



The students are also encouraged to take up mini projects and projects concerned to
the real time problems. If necessary
students are sent to industries or research
organizations to collect the data, do the analysis and suggest probable solutions.

1.3.3
Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross cutting issues such as
Gender, Climate Change,
Environmental Education, Human Rights, ICT etc., into the
curriculum?




The students and staff are given exposure on the following items



Human Rights



Women Empowerment



Ecological balance


1.3.4 What are the various value
-
added courses/enrichment programm
es offered to

ensure holistic


development of students?



moral and ethical values



employable and life skills



better career options



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community orientation




Soft skills are more emphasized in the curriculum.



Ethics for professional career is
introduced in curriculum.



Multi
-
media enabled Language laboratories are introduced in the regular
curriculum to hone the communication skills of the students.

1.3.5
Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback from stakeholders in
e
nriching the curriculum?




Feed Back is collected on ambience and other non academic activities of the campus through
complaint boxes provided at nine different places. Complaints received on various aspects at
different places are responded once in 3
0 to 45 days to address the problems and solve as
immediately or as early as possible depending upon the type of the problem.


1.3.6
How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its enrichment programmes?




Feed back from the participants



Slip tests and objective tests



Tutorials



Personal counseling.

1.4

Feedback System


1.4.1 What

are the contributions of the institution in the design and development of the curriculum
prepared by the University?




A few of the senior faculty from each department are the members of the Board of
Studies of JNT University, Hyderabad in reviewing and improving the curriculum of
each programme.



The staff of the Institution are considering the feed back given by the stak
e holders
(parents, students and MNC’s) and the same is being reflected for reviewing the
curriculum in the university for necessary improvement.



Some of the specific data collected through the placement officer is discussed in the
Head of the Departments meetings and the short falls that could be rectified are being
informed to the concerned boards of the university for the curriculum review.

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1.4.
2

Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and stakeholders on
Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to the University and made use internally for
curriculum enrichment and introducing changes/new programmes?



On
-
line feedback

is collected from the students at the end of every semester.



For more details feed back on interactive basis is collected from three high merit
three m
edium
merit and three lower merit students.



First and Second Best Teachers from each class are selected
.



The staff who needs to improve is counseled by the Head of the Department /
Director.



The Feed Back collected from the Alumni is discussed in the Heads of the
Departments meetings and suggestions are implemented to the extent feasible.



Feed Back collect
ed from the employers (Industries attended for placements) based
on the feed back the emphasis on certain subjects is enclosed.



External experts are invited to conduct seminars and workshops.



Feed back from general public: During the orientation day the s
trengths and
weaknesses of the institution are discussed with the parents and the feasible solutions
are being implemented.



The visitors and resource persons opinions are also collected to improve the general
academic environment.



Feed back from Academic p
eople: The suggestions made by external examiners
or

nominees of the inspection committee are considered for necessary implementation.



Feed back received from Training & Placement Officer during placements at the
institution on phone or on paper are being
discussed and addressed to solve them
within the purview of the institution.



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The format for the student feed back is as follows:
-


Such feed backs are collected once in a semester for different sections.



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1.4.3


How many new
programmes/courses were introduced by the institution during the last four
years? What was the rationale for introducing new courses/programmes?)

Any other relevant
information regarding curricular aspects which the college would like to include.




Introduc
tion of additional section in Electrical & Electronics Engineering
:

Started in the
year 2009
-
10. As the renewable energy sources have gained importance and many public
sector units started power generation through using the Thermal power, Hydel power,
Solar
power and wind energy etc., Similarly GENCO and TRANSCO stated creating more opening
at higher pay scales. Hence, there was a lot of public demand from the parents to avail
Electrical Engineering knowledge for their wards. Hence, one more section i
s added.




Introduction of additional section in Electronics & Communication Engineering
:

In
view of the demand for core Electronics subject and being a women’s engineering college
the circuit branches have gained more importance, hence an additional secti
on is introduced.




Introduction of Post Graduate Programme in Computer Networks & Information
Security
: A good number of Computer Science and Information Technology graduates have
shown interest in doing Post Graduation courses to have better career in
teaching, research
and better employability. It is also observed that a good number of waiting lists were
available for the existing Post Graduation course. In view of the demand, a new Post
Graduation course in Information Technology department is intro
duced with latest subjects
where there is a demand from the public sector.




Introduction of Post Graduate Programme in Wireless & Mobile Communications
: A
good number of Electronics & Communication Engineering graduates have shown interest in
doing Post G
raduation course to have better career in teaching, research and better
employability. It is also observed that a good number of waiting lists were available for the
existing Post Graduation course and also, the technology has started developing more
numb
er of mobile connections. In view of the demand, a new Post Graduation course in
Electronics is introduced with latest subjects where there is a demand from the public sector



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C
RITERION
II:

T
EACHING
-
L
EARNING AND
E
VALUATION


2.1

Student Enrolment and Profile

2.1.1

How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission process?




Publishes the Brochure
-

Annual Prospectus?


YES
, the college publishes its annual prospectus highlighting courses offered, the
quality and quantity of teaching staff available, library, sports, lab facilities available
along with other infrastructural facilities so that general public can assess the
4
c
apability and level of academics maintained at this institution.




Has active Website?


YES
, the college maintains a website
www.gnits.ac.in

. All the information given in
the brochure is given in detail in the website such as department wise faculty
hierarchy, faculty names, qualifications, experience of each staff member along with
photo, number of laboratories in each department, resources

such as teaching notes,
question bank, tips for general preparation etc., Students wise monthly attendance
along with subject wise internal marks, details of infrastructural facilities, approvals
of AICTE and JNT University, Mandatory disclosures of AIC
TE, advertisements
related to staff selection, student admissions under Management Quota, Spot
admissions, details of future activities such as conduction of workshops and
seminars
to be
conducted, University examination time tables, Schedule of ca
mpus
placements etc.,



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Advertises in regional / national dailies?

YES
, the recruitment of staff, student
s’

admissions for B
-
Category seats for B.Tech
and M.Tech, Spot Admission notifications for B.Tech and M.Tech are advertised in
regional news papers..


2.1.2

Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission (Ex. (i) merit (ii) common
admission test conducted by state agencies and national agencies (iii) combination of merit
and entrance test or merit, entrance test and interview (iv) any

other) to various
programmes of the Institution.




General
: The College does not offer any general courses.



Professional:
This institute is offering 6 UG and 5 PG professional courses. As per
AICTE, AP State Council of Higher Education and JNT
University norms 70% students
of UG and PG programmes are admitted through centralized admissions from the CTE.
The remaining 30% of students are filled by the institution based on the responded
students


to the notification given by the institution in
popular regional news papers.



Vocational
:

The college does not offer any vocational courses.

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2.1.3
Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission at entry level for each


of the programmes offered by the college and provid
e a comparison with other colleges of


the affiliating university within the city/district.


The admissions are not made based on percentage of marks but based on EAMCET ranks
for UG courses and PGECET ranks for PG courses. Branch wise
UG
entry ranks in
comparison with other institutions are given below. The Post Graduate courses are not
offered at other institutions.

offered at other institutions



Name of
the
College

ECE

Lowest

Highest

CBIT

623

2023

GNITS

1309

5992

SNIS

1775

4569

VASV

1829

2701

VJEC

2227

4822

GRRR

3212

7762

MGIT

4885

7568

BREW

6432

15974

Name of the
College

CSE

Lowest

Highest

CBIT

935

2490

VASV

1002

3402

GNITS

1424

7387

VJEC

2289

7340

SNIS

2817

6588

MGIT

3702

9896

GRRR

4905

11062

BREW

6432

19554












Name of
the
College


EEE

Lowest

Highest

CBIT

510

2570

VASV

1690

3809

GNITS

3099

11911

SNIS

3920

6849

GRRR

4769

8733

MGIT

5122

10216

VJEC

5777

9454

BREW

10523

18017

Name of the
College

IT

Lowest

Highest

CBIT

2748

4564

VASV

3089

7124

VJEC

5003

13467

SNIS

5251

12238

GNITS

8489

22025

MGIT

8669

17560

GRRR

9775

22311

BREW

15929

37310


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2.1.4
Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process and student profiles
annually? If ‘yes’ what is

the outcome of such an effort and how has it contributed to the
improvement of the process?




The system is totally under the control of the State Government.



2.1.5

Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for following categories of
students, enumerate on how the
admission policy of the institution and its student profiles
demonstrate/reflect the National commitment to diversity and inclusion



SC/ST



OBC



Women



Differently abled



Economically weaker sections



Minority community



Any other




The system is totally under the control of the State Government.


2.1.6


Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the institution duri
ng the
last four years and comment on the trends. i.e. reasons for
increase / decrease and actions
initiated for improvement.

Programmes

Number of
applications

Number of students
admitted

Demand
Ratio

UG

1

2

3

880

193


1 : 4

PG

1

2

3

65

30

1 : 2

M.Phil.




Ph.D.




Integrated

PG

Ph.D.




Value added

1




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Programmes

Number of
applications

Number of students
admitted

Demand
Ratio

2

3

Certificate

1

2

3




Diploma

1

2




PG Diploma

1

2

3




Any other

1

2

3





2.2

Catering to Diverse Needs of Students

2.2.1

How does the institution cater to the needs of differently
-

abled students and ensure
adherence to
government policies in this regard?




The system is totally under the control of the State Government.

2.2.2

Does the institution assess the students’ needs in t
erms of knowledge and skills before the
commencement of the programme? If ‘yes’, give details on the process.


Y
ES




The bridge courses are conducted to the students who joined late in the institution as
Government has programmed to admit the students a
t I, II, III years for different
category of merits.



Regular tutorials and assignments are conducted to improve the slow learners and
increase the problem solving ability of higher end students.



To assess the impact of laboratory sessions among the
students the slip tests and
objective tests are conducted.



For complicated subjects additional theory classes are provided



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2.2.3

What are the strategies drawn and deployed by the institution to bridge the knowledge gap of
the enrolled students to enable th
em to cope with the programme of their choice?
(Bridge/Remedial/Add
-
on/Enrichment Courses, etc.




Students from the disadvantaged communities are not segregated as it may adversely
affect their morale. However, their needs are taken care by conducting some
bridge
courses (or) special classes rest of low performing students.



For slow learners remedial classes are conducted and for advanced learners special
tasks are given to keep up their enthusiasm.



Tutorial classes are made part of the regular time
-
table fo
r the analytical subjects in
UG programmes wherever there is scope.



The main thrust of the tutorial classes is close interaction of students with faculty,
where the students get their individuals doubts are clarified. Exclusive guest lectures
by eminent
people of that subject are also arranged. Besides this special assignments
like seminars and presentations are taken up in the tutorial classes.



Special classes after regular college hours are conducted in those subjects where
some students are not able
to cope with.

2.2.4

How does the college sensitize its staff and students


on issues such as gender, inclusion,
environment etc.?




Exclusive guest lectures are organized to address different problems faced by Gender
/ environment / society.


2.2.5

How does the instit
ution identify and respond to special educational/learning needs of
advanced learners?




Laboratory, internet facilities are provided even after the institution hours



Competitive online tests are conducted to improve the aptitude and analytical skills.

2.2.6

How
does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and information on the academic
performance (through the programme duration) of the students at risk of drop out (students
from the disadvantaged sections of society, physically challenged, slow learners
,
economically weaker sections etc.)?


No such situation arised in this institution

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2.3

Teaching
-
Learning Process

2.3.1

How does the college plan and organise the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules?
(Academic calendar, teaching plan, evaluation blue print, etc.)




The academic calendar is furnished by the affiliating university.



Teaching / lesson plans are prepa
red to cover all the topics to complete the syllabus
within the scheduled period of working days.



The coverage of the syllabus and the academic achievements of the students are
assessed through mid examinations, slip tests, assignments, feed back etc.,



Whe
rever required the Director or Head of the Department counsel the concerned
teachers.

2.3.2

How does

IQAC contribute to improve the teaching

learning process?




The subjects in which more than 10 students have failed are identified and the teacher
conce
rned with those subjects are counseled by the Head of the Department / Director
to assess the situation and remedial solutions are suggested.


2.3.3 How is learning made more student
-
centric?
Give details on the support structures and systems
available for

teachers to develop skills like interactive learning, collaborative learning and
independent learning among the students?



All the students are
permitted

to go through different websites required for different
branches in the internet lab.



The list of w
ebsites that
provide

more knowledge for each branch are displayed in the
internet lab so that the students can go through them to absorb additional knowledge.
Tutorials are organized for interactive and collaborative learning.

2.3.4 How does the instituti
on nurture critical thinking, creativity and scientific temper among the
students to transform them into life
-
long learners and innovators?



An exclusive counseling officer is appointed to address the students under different
situations.



The expert lectur
es are given to address the students on specific situations /
problems.



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2.3.5 What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the faculty for effective
teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories, e
-
learning
-

resources from National Programme on
T
echnology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) and
National Mission on Education through
Information and Communication Technology (
NME
-
ICT
)
, open educational resources,
mobile education, etc.



E
-
Learning resources are provided by NPTEL.



Special courses are conducted

to give exposure and awareness to the students in using
resources available under NPTEL.

2.3.6

How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of knowledge and skills (blended
learning, expert lectures, seminars, workshops etc.)?




Guest
Lectures are organized by calling experts / resource persons on different topics.


2.3.7

Detail (process and the number of students
\
benefitted) on the academic, personal and
psycho
-
social support and guidance services (professional counseling/mentoring/a
cademic
advise) provided to students?




Professional counseling is organized by eminent persons for the groups of students.



Smaller group of 20 students each are being counseled by individual teacher at
different levels (year wise).



Group of students who a
re specially identified as slow learners are counseled by the
Heads of the Departments in person.


2.3.8


Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted by the faculty during
the last four years? What are the efforts made by the institut
ion to encourage the faculty to
adopt new and innovative approaches and the impact of such innovative practices on
student learning?



Most of the staff are giving the assignments motivating the students to collect required data
/ information from the inte
rnational journals / internet. So that, the students are encouraged
to have fascinative practices to use internet.



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2.3.9

How are library resources used to augment the teaching
-
learning process?



The library
&
Internet facilities are provided beyond
the institutions working hours.
Students are permitted to download the required technical material to carry through CD’s or
print outs.

2.3.10


Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum within the planned


time frame and calendar? If ‘yes’, elaborate on the challenges encountered and the


institutional approaches to overcome these.


-
N
OT APPLICABLE
-


2.3.11

How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching learning?





The In
dividual staff members will update the graphs that show internal marks Vs. end
examination Marks.



The staff who achieve 100% pass percentage in their subjects are appreciated by the
Management.



The staff in whose subjects more than 10 students fail are cou
nseled by the Head of
the Department / Director



Any short comings identified in theory class or practicals are being addressed
through guest lectures / conducting tutorials / printing reference materials (literature
or teaching).



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2.4

Teacher Quality

2.4.1


Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies adopted by the college in
planning and management (recruitment and retention) of its human resource (qualified and
competent teachers) to meet the changing requirements of the curriculum

Highest
qualification

Professor

Associate
Professor

Assistant
Professor

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Permanent teachers

D.Sc./D.Litt.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ph.D.

9

2

-

4

2

4

21

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

3

1

14

8

30

90

146

Temporary teachers

Ph.D.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Part
-
time teachers

Ph.D.

1

-

-

-

-

-

1

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PG

-

-

-

-

-

-

-


2.4.2

How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity of qualified
senior faculty
to teach new programmes/ modern areas (emerging areas) of study being introduced
(Biotechnology, IT, Bioinformatics etc.)? Provide details on the efforts made by the
institution in this direction and the outcome during the last three years.





The institution is paying higher scales to more qualified teachers or resource persons
to meet the demand of scarcity.



More guest lectures are arranged in the identified and specific fields.


2.4.3

Providing details on staff development programmes during the last four years elaborate on
the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing the teacher quality.


a) Nomination to staff development programmes

Academic Staff Development Programmes

Number of faculty

nominated

Refresher courses

16

HRD programmes

--

Orientation programmes

--

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Academic Staff Development Programmes

Number of faculty

nominated

Staff training conducted by the university

--

Staff training conducted by other institutions

6

Summer / winter schools, workshops, etc.

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b) Faculty Training programmes organized by the institution to empower and enable the
use of various tools and technology for improved teaching
-
learning




Teaching learning methods/approaches



Handling new curriculum



Content/knowledge management



Selection, development and use of enriching materials



Assessment



Cross cutting issues



Audio Visual Aids/multimedia



OER’s



Teaching learning material development, selection and use



c)

P
ercentage of faculty



invited as resource persons in

Workshops / Seminars / Conferences organized by
external professional agencies


-

25%



participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by
national/ international professional bodies
-


50%



presented papers in Workshops / Seminars
/ Conferences conducted or recognized
by professional agencies



-


50%


2.4.4

What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing research grants, study
leave, support for research and academic publications teaching experience in other nati
onal
institutions and specialized programmes industrial engagement etc.)




This institution’s policy is to send minimum 20% to 30% of the staff every year to
Faculty Development Programmes, workshops, seminars, research activities etc., to the
extent
possible not more than one opportunity for staff per semester.



Reimbursement of registration fee up to Rs. 3,000/
-

per paper publication / presentation



For Paper publication in International Journals, compensation is given in travel grant in
addition to t
he AICTE, DST, UGC aids.

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Staff acquiring higher qualifications in the same position and not eligible for higher
promotion are provided with monthly incentives till promotion, based on the qualification
acquired.


2.4.5

Give the number of faculty who received
awards / recognition at the state, national and
international level for excellence in teaching during the last four years. Enunciate how the
institutional culture and environment contributed to such performance/achievement of the
faculty.



Dr. I.Ramachandr
a Reddy



Best Principal of AP State
-

ISTE (2012)

Jewel of India Award & National Udyog Excellence Award
-

2001



G
.
N
arayanamma
I
nstitute of
T
echnology &
S
cience, for women

-


Best Engineering college of AP

-



ISTE (2007)



Dr.K.Ramesh Reddy (EEE)

-



B
est Teacher

-



ISTE(2007)



Dr.K.V.N. Sunitha (CSE)
-


Best Teacher

-


ISTE(2007)



Dr.M.Seetha (CSE)



Young Engineer award
by AICTE (
2009
)
.



Dr.Siddhrath G
h
osh
(
CSE
)
-

award from IBM.

2.4.6

Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students
and external Peers? If
yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the quality of the teaching
-
learning process?

The teachers are evaluated on the following lines:
-



Based on students feed back



Self evaluation



Remarks of Heads of the departments



Paper pub
lications



Marks profile and results analysis



Faculty Development Programmes / workshops / seminars participated as resource
persons

If there is any short fall the teacher will be counseled by the Head of the Department
/ Director in person


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2.5
Evaluation Process and Reforms


2.5.1
How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution especially students
and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?




Teachers’ evaluation processes are briefed by the Head of the Department in their
departmental meeting.



For internal / mid examinations valued answer scripts are given in person to each student
for verification and transparency in allotting marks. For un
iversity examinations student
can indent for recalculation of marks or revaluation.


2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the institution has adopted and
w
hat are the reforms initiated by the institution on its own?



Rece
ntly the institution has initiated paper revaluation in the presence of concerned student
which is not available as a facility in the university.


2.5.3 How

does the institution ensure effective implementation of the evaluation reforms of the
university
and those initiated by the institution on its own?




The students can give the feed back if there is any dissatisfaction or discrepancy so far
not received.



Feed back facility is available for the students to show their dissatisfaction if there are
such in

effective implementation in the process of evaluation.

2.5.4

Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches adopted to measure
student achievement.

Cite a few examples which have positively impacted the system.



In the recent
years, end examination paper valuation process is conducted under the
supervision of chief controller of examinations. It is observed that the representations for
the revaluation / re counting are considerably minimal when compared to the earlier years.



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2.5.5

Enumerate on how
the institution monitors and communicates the progress and performance


of students through the duration of the course/programme?

Provide an analysis of the


students results/achievements (Programme
/course wise for last four years) and explain the


differences if any and patterns of achievement across the programmes/courses offered.



2.5.6


Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and transparency in the
internal

assessment during the last four years and weightages assigned for the overall
development of students (weightage for behavioral aspects, independent learning,
communication skills etc.

It is not feasible in view of the University guidelines.


2.5.7

Does the
institution and individual teachers use assessment/evaluation as an indicator for
evaluating student performance, achievement of learning objectives and planning? If ‘yes’
provide details on the process and cite a few examples
.


Yes, the institution teache
rs assess the performance level of students through assignments,
tutorials, slip tests, objective tests, quiz programmes etc.,



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2.5.8

What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to evaluation both at the
college and University level?


Th
e students have the facility of indenting for the re
-
valuation of answer scripts.


2.6

Student performance and Learning Outcomes


2.6.1

Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If ‘yes’ give details on how the
students and staff are made aware of
these?


Not applicable as the syllabi is totally provided by the university.


2.6.2

How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution structured to
facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes?




Teachers review the prev
ious year question papers after completing every unit.



Numerical problems from the previous years are worked out in the class.



Assignments are given in such a way the students can enhance their learning capacity and
the outcome of it are being tested in th
e tutorials.

2.6.3

What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to enhance the social and
economic relevance (quality Jobs, entrepreneurship, innovation and research aptitude) of the
courses offered?




Assignments are oriented in such a way that

the students have to refer the journals or
the reference books while answering questions.



Some project works are selected in such a way that the students are motivated to have
research activity.

2.6.4

How does the institution collect and analyse data on stude
nt learning outcomes and use it for
planning and overcoming barriers of learning?


Every teacher compares his subject internal marks with reference to end examinations in the
form of graphs. It indicates the gap between university assessment and intern
al assessment.
If the gap is more, then the teacher will plan in such a way that the gap between the end and
internal marks coincides closely with 10 to 15% variation.

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2.6.5

How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning outcomes?


The

institution evaluates semester wise / year wise results for each subject. Heads of the
Departments and the Director will go through the results analysis based on which academic
events are planned.


2.6.6

What are the graduate attributes specified by the colleg
e/affiliating university? How does the
college ensure the attainment of these by the students?




The institute aims at academic acquaintance of all the subjects at graduate level.



Latest technical knowledge on a few subjects through electives / projects
works.



To provide above average employable skills.



To train the students to be matured in thinking and imparting ability to have and work
in a group

Any other relevant information regarding Teaching
-
Learning and Evaluation which the college
would like to i
nclude
.




NIL
-




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C
RITERION
III:

R
ESEARCH
,

C
ONSULTANCY AND
E
XTENSION


3.1

Promotion of Research


3.1.1

Does the institution have recognized research center/s of the affiliating University or any
other agency/organization?


NO


3.1.2 Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and address the issues of research?
If so, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations made by the committee for
implementation and their impact.


Yes,



T
he following are the
members nominated as the Research Committee members of
the Instition.



Dr.K.Ramesh Reddy, HOD
-
EEE


Secretary & Convenor



Dr.K.Venugopala Rao, HOD
-
CSE



Dr.I.Ravi Prakash Reddy, HOD
-
IT



Dr.K.Ramalinga Reddy, HOD
-
ETM



Dr.P.Aparna, HOD
-
H&M



Dr.T.Charan Singh, HOD
-
B
S



Dr.Balasubramaniam, Professor, EEE



Dr.M.Seetha, Professor, CSE



Dr.B.L.Malleswari, Professor, ECE



Dr.Murthy Muthukrishna, Professor, ETM



Dr.MVL Surya Kumari, Physical Directress




Creation of Centre for Excellency is to facilitate all the M.Tech and resear
ch scholars



To conduct Faculty Development Programmes on critical subjects.



To encourage the staff to attend to workshops / seminars concerned to methodology
and research.



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3.1.3

What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and
implementation of research schemes/projects?




autonomy to the principal investigator



timely availability or release of resources



adequate infrastructure and human resources



time
-
off, reduced teaching load, special leave etc. to teachers



suppor
t in terms of technology and information needs



facilitate timely auditing and submission of utilization certificate to the
funding authorities



any other




The staff are encouraged with cash incentives to publish more research papers.



Academic leaves are

sanctioned to attend to research concerned activities outside the
institution.



Subscribing to research oriented national and international journals etc.,



The print outs of contents given in 256 online journals are furnished to the Heads of
the Departments

and based on the intent the full content of the required paper
publications is provided to the concerned individual or department.


3.1.4

What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific temper and research
culture and aptitude
among students?



All the staff are advised to give the assignments and tutorials in such a way that students
are motivated to refer to the latest journals while answering.