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CHAPTER 1


GENERAL INFORMATION



ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (AICTE)


All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was established by an
Act of Parliament in 1987 with a view to promote proper planning and
coordinated development of tech
nical education system throughout the
country. AICTE helps promotion of qualitative improvements in technical
education in relation to the planned quantitative growth.


The Faculty Development activities o
f AICTE are geared to ensure

quality, relevance, e
xcellence and equity in Technical Education through
the technical teachers. The objectives envisaged are to support
programmes aimed at promoting quality of teachers; to promote
programmes that facilitate career and faculty development; to recognize
and su
pport meritorious teachers; to provide opportunities and
upgradation of knowledge and skills of technical teachers and working
professionals; to encourage research and development; and to formulate
schemes for facilitating participation of women in Technic
al Education.


PREAMBLE

:


The quality of technical education largely depends on the quality of
teachers. Adequately qualified, highly co
mpetent and motivated faculty
are

becoming scarce in technical institutions all over the country. The
shortage of fac
ulty has become more acute due to rapid expansion in
technical education. AICTE is giving a high priority to attract bright
young persons to teaching profession.


In order to attract bright engineering graduates to teaching, MHRD
operated the ``Technical
Teachers Training Scheme`` in 1950`s and
60`s. With similar objectives, during 2003 AICTE had taken the initiative
to launch a revised ``Early Faculty Induction Programme (EFIP)`` with
distinct features. The scheme aims at attracting bright young gradua
tes
pursuing PG programme in technical institutions to take Teaching as
their career by providing certain incentives.


OBJECTIVE

:


In the Early Faculty Induction Programme bright young Engineering &
Technology students pursuing PG programme (M.Tech / M
E / MS (by
research) or Ph. D) in identified host institutions will be selected and will
be given an opportunity to take up teaching career.

2

ELIGIBILITY

:


Engineering & Technology Students studying in the Institutes
l
isted as
Host Institution for EFIP wi
th the following qualifications shall be eligible
for EFIP :




All GATE Qualified Engineering & Technology students in the
first
semester

of M.Tech programme or equivalent [ME / MS (by
research)]



B.Tech Engineering & Technology graduates from IITs pursuing
first semester

of M.Tech programme or equivalent [ME / MS (by
research)] in IITs & IISc



Dual Degree students of
9
th

semester

in IITs



Regular Ph.D students (Engineering & Technology) who have
completed 2 years

of their programme


APPLICATION

:


The
requ
est for EFIP application

should be sent
in
the
prescribed
format available in the website. The relevant information / instructions
given therein should be followed strictly.


IMPORTANT DATES :




Issue of
application for
m


:

22
nd

September, 2004



Last
dat
e for i
ssue of application

:

15
th

October, 2004



Last date for receipt of the duly

filled
-
in application form along

:

27
th

October, 2004

with enclosures through proper

channel


WEBSITE :


The following websites

will have information regarding the EFIP
2004 :


AICTE


-

http://www.aicte.ernet.in

IISc Bangalore


-

http://www.cce.iisc.ernet.in

IIT Bombay


-

http://www.iitb.ac
.in

IIT Delhi


-

http://www.iitd.ernet.in

IIT Guwahati


-

http://www.iitg.ernet.in

IIT Kanpur


-

http://www.iitk.ac.in

II
T Kharagpur


-

http://www.iitkgp.ernet.in

IIT Madras


-

http://www.efip.iitm.ac.in

I
IT Roorkee


-

http://www.iitr.
ac
.in

3

CHAPTER 2


LIST OF HOST INSTITUTION
S

WITH RESPECTIVE ZONE & CODE


S
l
.



INSTITUTE






CODE

ZONE

No.

1.

Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, Bangalore
-

560012

101

IISc B

2.

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal


575025

102

IISc B

3.

National Institute of Technology Kozhikode, Ko
zhikode


673601

103

IISc B

4.

PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore


641004

104

IISc B

5.

Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore


570006

105

IISc B

6.

University Visveswaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore


560056

106

IISc B


7.

Indian Institute o
f Technology Bombay, Mumbai


400076

201

IIT B

8.

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal


462007

202

IIT B

9.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai


400087

203

IIT B

10.

Sardar Vallabbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat


3950
07

204

IIT B

11.

Veermata Jijabhai Technological Institute, Mumbai


400019

205

IIT B

12.

Visveswaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur


440011

206

IIT B


13.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi


110016

301

IIT D

14.

Dr.B.R. Ambedkar National Insti
tute
of Technology, Jalandhar
-
144011

302

IIT D

15.

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur


302017

303

IIT D

16.

National Institute of Technology, Kurukshethra


136119

304

IIT D

17.

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar


190006

305


IIT D

18.

Sri GS Institute

of Technology & Science, Indore


452003

306


IIT D


19.

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati


781039

401


IIT G

20.

National Institute of Technology, Silchar


788010

402


IIT G


21.

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur


208016

501


IIT K

22.

Ins
titute of Technology Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi


221005

502


IIT K

23.

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad


211004

503


IIT K

24.

National Institute of Technology, Patna


800005

504


IIT K



25.

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
, Kharagpur


721302

601


II
T Kg

26.

Bengal Engineering College, Howrah


711103

602


IIT Kg

27.

Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad


826004

603


IIT Kg

28.

Jadavpur University, Kolkata


700032

604


IIT Kg

29.

National Institute of Technology, Durgapur
-

713209

605


IIT Kg

30.

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur


831014

606


IIT Kg

31.

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela


769008

607


IIT Kg


32.

Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai
-

600036

701


IIT M

33.

Anna University, Chennai


600025

702


IIT M

34.

Jawaharlal N
ehru Technological University, Hyderabad


500028

703


IIT M

35.

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli


620015

704


IIT M

36.

National Institute of Technology, Warangal


506004

705


IIT M


37.

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee


247667

801


IIT R

38.

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
-
177005

802


IIT R

4

CHAPTER 3


DETAILS OF THE EFIP SCHEME



1.

Applications for the EFIP should be submitted only in the prescribed
format with the
forwarding letter

enclosed
.


2.

Candidates will be selected for

the EFIP from elig
ible students from
the Institutions

listed as
Host Institution
s
.



3.

The Principal EFIP coordinator
will inform the Parent Institution

about the selection / acceptance of the EFIP candidates.


4.

The EFIP candidate signs an undertaking stat
ing that, during the
entire tenure of the EFIP (PG Graduation + Six months after
graduation if required)
he/she
would continue as EFIP candidate
and shall abide by the rules and regulations of the AICTE. Further
the candidate agrees to take
up teaching p
osition as Faculty

(AICTE
Grade) in the AICTE approved Institutions for a minimum period of 3
years.


5.

Each EFIP candidate after selection and submission of acceptance
would be eligible fo
r a contingency grant of Rs.10,
000/
-

per year of
the PG programme, t
owards purchas
ing of books and / or
equipment

or for attending seminars / workshops /conferences

within the country during the

PG programme. The contingency grant
will be released to the candidate only after submitting the prescribed
undertaking.


6.

Within t
he duration of
the
PG programme, the respective EFIP
coordinators would arrange course(s) for the EFIP candidates within
their region, in the area of pedagogy and teaching skill development
for a minimum duration of two weeks.


7.

A Placement Brochure will be

prepared by the Principal EFIP
coordinator giving brief background and the bio
-
data of each
graduating EFIP candidate. The AICTE will communicate to all
Eng
ineering & Technology Institutions

all over the country about the
availability of such a placement
brochure. AICTE would further
request the prospective employer to give more opportunity for EFIP
candidates and the utility of the book will be highlighted.


5

8.

All prospective employers will be requested by the EFIP
Coordinators to send their advertisemen
ts for employment to the
EFIP Centres for publicity to the EFIP Candidates. The employer
may also call the EFIP candidates for recruitment directly under
intimation to the Principal EFIP Coordinator to facilitate assessing
the success of the EFIP program
me.


9.

An agreement will be executed between the EFI
P candidate
selected as Faculty

in the AICTE pay scale and the technical
institution (hiring the candidate) to teach for a period of 3 years.
For this a tripartite agreement has to be signed by the Candi
date


AICTE


Employer and submitted to AICTE.


10.

After entering into tripartite agreement and joining the technical
institute these teachers are
eligible for an amount of Rs.5,
000/
-

per
month by AICTE in addition to their salary for a period of three
year
s.


11.

In the event of the EFIP candidate not getting selected by any
technical institution inspite of the above mentioned efforts, then the
candidate would be paid a consolidated amount of Rs.10,000/
-

per
month by AICTE for a maximum period of 6 months, wh
ile the
candidate continues to remain in the institute where the candidate
acquired the PG degree, helping the institution / department in
teaching activities, as per parent Institute norms.


The continuation of M.Tech


EFIP candidate in the parent
ins
titution, if required, will arise only after the completion of their
Graduation. Regarding the Ph.D


EFIP candidates, there may be
candidates who have completed the 4 year period of Ph.D and
hence may not be getting the scholarship. In the event the
can
didate has submitted the thesis and the viva
-
voce examination
has
not be
en completed,

the above mentioned AICTE support of a
consolidated amount of Rs.10,000
/
-

per month for a maximum
period of six m
onths may be paid, provided

there is no Institute
scholar
ship available to the candidate.


12.

If the EFIP candidate does not get any teaching position in any
technical institution within this period of 6 months after graduation,
then the candidate would be freed from the EFIP scheme.

6

CHAPTER 4


HOW TO APPLY
FOR E
FIP


2004



For the EFIP


2004 scheme, candidates from the
list of

Host
Institutions

only

are

eligible to apply.


The
format of request
for obtaining the EFIP application is given in the

website

http://www.efi
p.iitm.ac.in


The duly filled
-
in and signed request has to be sent along with a DD for
Rs.100/
-

drawn in favour of IIT Madras to the following address :


The Principal EFIP Coordinator

Centre for Continuing Education

III Floor, IC & SR Building, IIT Mad
ras

Chennai 600 036
,

Tamil Nadu


Photo
copy of the application or
a
handwritten application will not be
accepted. ONLY the printed application obtained from our office and
duly filled
-
in along with relevant enclosures will be accepted. The
application
should be forwarded throug
h proper channel in the format

provided with the application form
. The format
is
also
available in the
web. There is no fee to be sent with the completed application.


While filling

in
the application, the instructions given
in

this brochure

(Chapter 5)

must

be

followed strictly, otherwise the application

is liable to
be rejected.


The duly filled
-
in application along with the forwarding letter and relevant
enclosures should be sent to the above mentioned address.




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Email

Phone

Fax

Web

: chaircce@iitm.ac.in

: 044
-
22578701

: 044
-

22578700

: http://www.efip.iitm.ac.in


7

CHAPTER 5


INS
TRUCTIONS
FOR FILLING
UP
EFIP 2004

APPLICATION FORM


(5.1)

GENERAL INFORMATION :

1.

Completed application along with enclosures should reach :



The Principal EFIP Coordinator



Centre for Continuing Education



III Floor, IC & SR Building, IIT Madras



Chenna
i 600 036
,
Tamil Nadu

2.

Separate Instructions have been provided below (Section 5.2) for
filling the Basic Data Sheet
(BDS) cum application f
orm. These
should be meticulously


followed.


Mail the completed application

using the envelope provided

by regi
stered / speed post (P&T)
,
comprising of duly filled in
BDS
, forwarding letter and o
ther
enclosures.


Before Start :

3.

Before you start filling the application f
orm,
ENSURE

that the
num
bers printed on the APPLICATION & ENVELOPE
are
IDENTICAL
. This appli
cation number is important and has to be
quoted in all future correspondence.

4.

Discrepancy, if any, should be brought to the notice of the office of
the Principal EFIP Coordinator or the concerned Zonal EFIP
Coordinator

IMMEDIATELY

for further necessary
action. EFIP
Committee
will NOT be responsible for
defective applications
submitted by the candidates.

5.

BDS will be processed by an Optical Mark Reader (OMR) machine,
and therefore it is important to follow all instructions very carefully.

6.

In t
he BD
S, only the b
ubbles must be filled up by
using DARK / HB
Pencil, except signatures, address and r
unning matter for which
BLACK INK must be used.

7.

Use
CAPITAL LETTERS

wherever you have to write in WORDS /
SENTENCES

8.

DARKEN the BUBBLE FULLY l
ike

this: [A] B

[
C] [D] [E] NOT LIKE
THIS A




C


D
[E]

B

[
B
]






8

9.

Wherever
ZERO

comes, that
SHOUD ALSO BE MARKED

and must
not be left blank.

10.

The application
SHOULD NOT
be stap
led especially o
n the black
marks running on

both

sides of the pa
per
;

otherwise the data cannot
be read.

The application
SHOULD NOT BE FOLDED
.


( 5. 2)

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING UP THE EFIP


2004
APPLICATION FORM


1.
NAME OF THE CANDIDATE:



Write the name in capital letters as given in your original certificate of t
he
High School or your first Board /Pre
-
University Examination. Write a
single letter in a box. Do not leave any blank box within any word of your
name. Leave one and only one blank box between consecutive words of
the name. If your name has several initia
ls, leave one blank after each of
them. Any change in the name/surname at any stage has to be duly
supported by a proper affidavit. If your name has more than 30
characters, abbreviate it suitably to accommodate within the space
p
rovided. Darken the appro
priate

bubbles also.


EXAMPLE
: If name is


KALLURI VEERA LAKSHMI NARASIMHA MURTHY, you may, for
example, fill


K


V


L


N

A

R

A

S

I

M

H

A


M

U

R

T

H

Y



and darken the appropriate bubbles.



2.

NATIONALITY:
Darken the appropriate bubble.


3.

GENDER:
D
arken the appropriate bubble.


4.

CATEGORY:


Indicate your category GN, SC or ST, PH by darkening the appropriate
bubble. Category once declared cannot be changed at a later date. The
codes for different categories are as follows. If the candidate belong
s to
SC or

S
T, Caste Certificate and

for PH M
edical
C
ertificate should be
provided.


9


Category

Code


Scheduled Caste

SC


Scheduled Tribe

ST


General

GN


Physically Handicapped

PH



5.
MARITAL STATUS :
Darken the appropriate bubble



6.
DATE OF BIRT
H:
Enter your date of birth as given in your high
School (Class X) Certificate in the space provided. Example: If the date
of birth is 1
st

JAN, 1980, fill in as,



DATE


MONTH

YEAR




0

1



JAN


8



0




7.

NATIVITY:
Use

the
relevant code as given below

:



CODES FOR INDIAN STATES :

Shade the relevant Code from the following:


STATE

CODE

STATE

CODE


Andhra Pradesh

01

Maharashtra

17


Arunachal Pradesh

02

Manipur

18


Assam

03

Meghalaya

19


Bihar

04

Mizoram

20


Cha
ndigarh

05

Nagaland

21


Chattisgarh

06

Orissa

22


Delhi

07

Pondicherry

23


Goa

08

Punjab

24


Gujarat

09

Rajas
than

25


Haryana

10

Sikkim

26


Himachal Pradesh

11

Tamilnadu

27


Jammu & Kashmir

12

Tripura

28


Jharkhand

13

Uttaranchal

29


Karnataka

14

Uttar Pradesh

30


Kerala

15

West Bengal

31


Madhya Pradesh

16

Others.

32


10

8.

FATHER’S NAME:
Write legibly in CAPITAL LETTERS.


9.

MOTHER’S NAME:
Write legibly in CAPITAL LETTERS.


10.
SUBJECTS WILLING TO TEACH:
Please write the subject, which

you are willing to teach, in CAPITAL LETTERS
. It should

not touch the
border
.


11.
MOTHER TONGUE:



Use the language codes as given below to darken the appropriate
bubbles.



LANGUAGE

CODE

LANGUAGE

CODE


Assamese

01

Oriya

10

Bengali

02

Punjabi

11

E
nglish

03

Sanskrit

12

Gujarati

04

Sindhi

13

Hindi

05

Tamil

14

Kannada

06

Telugu

15

Kashmiri

07

Urdu

16

Malayalam

08

Others

17

Marathi

09




12.
PAPER PUBLICATION :


Int.JL


International Journal


Nat. JL



National Journal

Int. Conf.



Inte
rnational Conference
Nat. Conf
.


National Conference


The relevant number of publication should be shaded and a
list of
publication
s

(*) should be
enclosed
. If it is zero also
,

it should be
mentioned and shaded.


(*)

List the Research Publications whi
ch have been published
chronologically, with (i) the names of all authors (ii) year (
iii) the
title of the paper (iv
)
name of journal / conference (
v) volume
(v
i
) pages (from


to)



13.
COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS:



Write the address for communication
(within the box only) in
CAPITAL letters using
black ink.

Your address should include your
NAME and PIN CODE.



NOTE: Scanned copy of this address will be used directly in all
correspondence including mailing of letter of selection. Hence, it
should be cle
ar and legible.

11

PHOTOGRAPH:


Paste (
do not staple
) a recent good quality colour photograph with light
background of approximate size 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm (taken not more than
two months earlier). Do not sign on the photograph and do not get it
attested.


NOTE:
Photograph must not be larger than the space provided in
the box for pasting it.




SIGNATURE:


Put your signature in
black ink,

your signature must not overflow or touch
the border of the box provided. Your signature establishes your identity.
Hence, do n
ot merely write your name in capital letters. This may
lead to rejection of your application.



14.
PHONE NO. :



Give your contact phone number (if any) in the box prov
ided along with
STD code.



15.
MOBILE NO.:



Give your mobile number (if any) in
the box provided.



16.
E
-
MAIL:



Write the email id (that is in regular / frequent usage) legibly each letter
in the box allotted, since most of the correspondence will be through
email.

If there is any underscore or hyphen mention it clearly.



17.
DE
TAILS OF UG DEGREE COMPLETED:





Refer to College
C
ode for entering the UG College Code (Given in
our Website


http://www.efip.iitm.ac.in
)

. Apart from that write in
CAPITAL LETTER the name of College / State &
mention
PIN



Shade the relevant degree (BE / B.Tech), Class obtained & Year of
Passing.



Enter the aggregate % of marks of all semesters (rounded off). If
CGPA is awarded, indicate equivalent percentage.



Use correct Code for qualifying Discipline (Refer
below)

12

Discipline Code :

For 17, 18 & 19

-
Use the appropriate code from the

following:



Engineering / Technology Discipline




Code


Aeronautical

/

Aerospace Engg.

01

Agricultural Engg.

02

Applied Mechanics

03

Architecture

04

Automobile Engg.

05

Biochemical Engg.

06

Biomedical Engg.

07

Biotechnology

08

Ceramic & Glass Tech.

09

Chemical Engg.

10

Chemical Technology

11

Civil/Civil & Environment/Structural Engg.

12

Computer Science & Engg. /

Tech

13

Control a
nd Instrumentation

14

Electrical Engg.

15

Electro Chemical

16

Electronics

& Comm./Electronics Engg./Comm. Engg.
/Telecom

17

Energy Engg.

18

Environmental Engg.

19

Food Tech.

/

Food Processing Engg.

20

Industrial Engg.

21

Industrial Management

22

Information Technology

23

Instrumentation / Electron
ics Control

24

Instrumentation & Process Control

25

Manufacturing Engg.

26

Mechanical Engg.

27

Mechatronics

28

Medical Instrumentation

29

Metallurgical Engg.

30

Mineral Eng
g. /

Mineral Dressing

31

Mineral
Tech.
/
Mining & Machinery

32

Naval Arch
itecture
/

Marine Engg.

33

Oil Technology

34

Paint Technology

35

Petro Chemical

36

Petroleum Engg. /

Tech.

37

Planning

38

Plastic Technology

39

Polymer Tech. / Science

40

Production Engineering /. Production & Management

41

Production & Industrial Engineering

42

Ru
bber Technology

43

Textile Engg. & Fibre Science

44

All other disciplines in Engg. / Tech.

45

13

18.

DETAILS OF PG DEGREE COMPLETED

:



Refer to College C
ode for entering the PG College Code (Given in
our Website


ht
tp://www.efip.iitm.ac.in
)
. Apart from that write in
CAPITAL LETTER the name of College / State &
mention
PIN.



Shade the relevant degree ( ME/ M.Tech. /M.S / Others ), Class
obtained & Year of Passing



Enter the aggregate % of marks of all semesters (round
ed off). If
CGPA is awarded, indicate equivalent percentage.



Discipline code


Qualifying Discipline
-

(refer to point 17 for
Discipline code)


19.

DETAILS OF PURSUING DEGREE:




Zone / Present Institute code refer below



Discipline: Refer to point 17
:

Discipline c
ode.



Programme: Shade relevant degree



Semester: Shade the relevant.


ZONE:
Use the correct Present Institute Code






INSTITUTE



CODE

ZONE

1.

I
ndian Institute of Science Bangalore, Bangalore
-

560012

101

IISc B

2.

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal


575025

102

IISc B

3.

National Institute of Technology Kozhikode, Kozhikode


673601

103

IISc B

4.

PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore


641004

104

IISc B

5.

Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore


570006

105

IISc B

6.

University Visveswaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore


560056

106

IISc B


7.

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai


400076

201

IIT B

8.

Maulana Azad Nationa
l Institute of Technology, Bhopal


462007

202

IIT B

9.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai


400087

203

IIT B

10.

Sardar Vallabbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat


395007

204

IIT B

11.

Veermata Jijabhai Technological Institute, Mumbai


4
00019

205

IIT B

12.

Visveswaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur


440011

206

IIT B


13.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi


110016

301

IIT D

14.

Dr.B.R. Ambedkar National Insti
tute of Technology, Jalandhar
-
144011

302

IIT D

15.

Malaviya National Institu
te of Technology, Jaipur


302017

303

IIT D

16.

National Institute of Technology, Kurukshethra


136119

304

IIT D

17.

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar


190006

305


IIT D

18.

Sri GS Institute of Technology & Science, Indore


452003

306


IIT D


19.

Indian Instit
ute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati


781039

401


IIT G

20.

National Institute of Technology, Silchar


788010

402


IIT G

14


INSTITUTE CODE ZONE

21.

Indian Inst
itute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur


208016

501


IIT K

22.

Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi


221005

502


IIT K

23.

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad


211004

503


IIT K

24.

National Institute of Technology, Patna


80
0005

504


IIT K


25.

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur


721302

601


I
I
T Kg

26.

Bengal Engineering College, Howrah


711103

602


IIT Kg

27.

Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad


826004

603


IIT Kg

28.

Jadavpur University, Kolkata


700032

604


IIT Kg

29.

Nation
al Institute of Technology, Durgapur
-

713209

605


IIT Kg

30.

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur


831014

606


IIT Kg

31.

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela


769008

607


IIT Kg


32.

Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai
-

600036

701


IIT M

33.

Anna University, Chennai


600025

702


IIT M

34.

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad


500028

703


IIT M

35.

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli


620015

704


IIT M

36.

National Institute of Technology, Warangal


506004

705


IIT M


37.

Indi
an Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee


247667

801


IIT R

38.

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
-
177005

802


IIT R









20.

GATE SCORE

:
Enter the Score and also shade
.



21
.
VALIDITY

:
Enter the year and also shade.



22.

LIST OF ENCLOSUR
ES

:


Candidates are required to enclose the following document(s) with the
duly filled in application. Enclose Xerox copy of
(1)
relevant
Mark S
heets
(2) GATE Score Card (3) Duly filled Forwarding
Letter
-

The application
should come through proper chann
el (4) List of Paper
s Published

(5)
Community Certificate if SC / ST (6) Medical Certificate if PH (7)
Experience Certificate (if any) (8)
A small write up not exceeding ten
lines on what motivated you to become a teacher.




23.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

:


Mention the professional experience with the details asked, only if it is
more than 5 months. Write the total year & months of experience.



DECLARATION BY THE CANDIDATE: Write
the

Name of the
applicant, Place & Date,
Sign for having agreed with the co
nditions
indicated.



15

CHAPTER 6


SPECIMEN EFIP APPLICATION FORM




16





































17

CHAPTER 7


PROFORMA


REQUEST TO OBTAIN EFIP APPLICATION
-

2004

18

FORWARDING LETTER

FORMAT FOR

EARLY FACULTY INDUCTION PROGRAMME
-

2004


19

UNDERTAKING

F
ORMAT FOR

EARLY FACULTY INDUCTION PROGRAMME
-

2004


20

TRIPARTITE AGREEMENT

21

CHAPTER 8


ZONAL COORDINATORS


EFIP 2004




Prof. P. Venkataram

Chairman, CCE & QIP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Science Bangalore

Bangalore
-

560 012


Tel

: 080
-

236009
11 / 23608150





22932747

Fax

: 080
-

23600911 / 23608150

Email

: chairman@cce.iisc.ernet.in



office@cce.iisc.ernet.in

Prof. M.C. Deo

QIP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Mumbai
-

400 076


Tel


:

022
-

25767047 / 25767048

Fax

: 022
-

25767047

Email

:
qip@iitb.ac.in



mcdeo@civil.iitb.ac.in



Prof. S.G. Deshmukh

QIP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Hauz Khas, New Delhi
-

110 016


Tel

:

011
-

2659
1056 / 26591608



26581206

Fax

: 011
-

26591386 / 26581069

Email

:
deshmukh
@
mech.iitd.ernet.in



iitd_qip@hotmail.com


Dr. Rajiv Tiwari

QIP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

North Guwahati, Guwa
hati
-

781 039


Tel

:

0361
-

2691174 / 2582667/ 2582198

Fax

:

0361
-

2690762

Email

:
rtiwari@iitg.ernet.in


qip@iitg.ernet.in


Prof. Satish Chandra Koria

QIP Coordinator, Dept. of MME

Indian Institute of Tec
hnology Kanpur

Kalyanpur, Kanpur
-

208 016


Tel

: 0512
-

2597795 / 2597893




2597940(Lab)

Fax

: 0512
-

2597795

Email

: satishch@iitk.ac.in





vijayk@iitk.ac.in


Prof. Bani Chatterjee

Dean, CE & Principal Q
IP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Kharagpur
-

721 302


Tel

:

03222

-

282033 / 220508 / 283606

Fax

: 03222
-

255303 / 282033 / 220508

Email

:

deance@hijli.iitkgp.ernet.in


Prof. S.C. Handa

QIP Coordinator

Indian Instit
ute of Technology Roorkee

Roorkee
-

247 667


Tel

: 01332
-

285241 / 285490





272535

Fax

: 01332
-

273560

Email

: handasc@yahoo.com





qip@iitr.ernet.in



Prof. M. Singaperumal

Chairman, CCE & QIP Coordi
nator

Principal EFIP Coordinator

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Chennai
-

600 036


Tel

:
044
-

22578700 / 22578701

Fax

: 044
-

22578700 / 22570509

Email

: chaircce@iitm.ac.in

22

EARLY FACULTY INDUCTION PROGRAMME




EFIP 2004



Ear
ly Faculty Induction Programme (EFIP) is coordinated by the
seven Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institute of
Science, Bangalore on behalf of AICTE, New Delhi.




OBJECTIVE





To identify meritorious and motivated
candidates pursuing PG P
rogramme in
Engineering & Technology to take up
teaching career.









Organising Institute


Centre for Continuing Education

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Chennai 600 036

23

CONTENTS


Chapter


Title

Page



1.


Genera
l Information



AICTE


1




Preamble


1




Objective


1



Eligibility


2



Application


2



Important Dates


2



Website


2




2.


List of Host Institution
s

with Respective Zone & Code


3


3.

Details of the Scheme



4



4.

How to apply for EFIP


20
04 ?



6



5.

Instructions to fill
in
the Application form




7



6.

Specimen Application



15



7.

Proforma



Request to obtain EFIP application
-

2004


17



Forwarding letter


18



Undertaking


19



Tripartite Agreement


20


8.


Zonal coordinat
ors



21