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CRITERION -5 FACULTY INFORMATION AND CONTRIBUTION (200)

Academic Year (2016-17)

Distribution of
Qualification Teaching Academic Research
Load (%)
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Ph.D 2016
GR U
JNTU
1 M.Tech 2007 Power
Dr.P.RAMES A Profess 10-8-
- 12 5 - - 15 - - Electro
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nics
JNTU
B.Tech 2000
H

Associa 11-05- - 18 5 - - 7 - - Power


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ANU 2004
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Power
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- 22 5 - - 6 - - Electro
2009
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JNTU
B.Tech 2005
H

JNTU
M.Tech 2012
K
4 K.VENKAT Asst.Pr 26-06-
- 22 5 - - 3 - - PSCA
ESWARLU ofessor 2009
JNTU
B.Tech 2008
H

JNTU
M.Tech 2009
K
Asst.P
K.V.NAR 10-06-
rofess - 22 5 - - 2 - -
5 AYANA JNTU 2016 HVE
B.Tech 2007 or
H

JNTU
M.Tech 2010
K Associ
ate 18-3-
G.KOTI - 24 5 - - 3 - - PI&D
6 Profes 2016
REDDY JNTU
B.Tech 2007 sor
H

JNTU
M.Tech 2013 Power
B.VIJAY K Asst.P
15-06- Electro
CHANDR rofess - 24 - - - 2 - -
7 2015 nics
A or
JNTU
B.Tech 2008
H
JNTU
M.Tech 2013
K
Power
Asst.P
12-12- Electro
B.SURES rofess - 22 - - - 1 - -
2016 nics
8 H or
JNTU
KUMAR B.Tech 2008
K

JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
V.V.RAG Asst.P
02-06-
HAVULU rofess - 24 - - - 3 - -
9 2011
or PS
B.Tech ANU 2009 HVE

JNTU 2013
M.Tech
K Asst.P
10 K.ANUS 12-06-
rofess - 24 - - - 4 - -
HA JNTU 2015
B.Tech 2010 or PE &
K
PS

JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
O.MANO Asst.P
02-06-
11 GNA rofess - 22 - - - 01 - - PE
2016
JNTU or
B.Tech 2009
K

JNTU
M.Tech
K 2015
Asst.P
12 CH.VANI 02-06-
rofess - 24 - - - 1 - -
2016 PS
or
JNTU
B.Tech 2013
K
JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
Asst.P
S.Kavitha 25-01- PS
rofess - - - - - 3 - -
13 2010 HVE
or
B.Tech ANU 2009
JNTU
M.Tech 2013
K
Asst.P
12-06- PE &
A.Sravani rofess - - - - - 2 - -
14 2015 PS
or
JNTU
B.Tech 2010
K
JNTU Assist
M.Tech 2015
15 P.Ranadhe K ant
er JNTU Profes
B.Tech 2012
K sor
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17 Associ
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Academic Year (2015-16):

ACADEMIC YEAR(2014-15)

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GR U
Power
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JNTU 12 5 - - 15 - - Electro
M.Tech 2007 sor 15 sor
A nics
JNTU
B.Tech 2000
H

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Ph.D
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Associ
K.RAMESH Electro
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BABU - 18 5 - - 7 - - nics
Profes 2013
JNTU and
M.Tech 2009 sor
K Drives

NIT
M.Tech Calicu 2008
t Associ
Power
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- 22 5 - - 6 - - Electro
Profes 2009
n
sor
JNTU
B.Tech 2005
H

K.V.NARAYA JNTU 10-06-


M.Tech 2009 - 22 5 - - 2 - -
NA K 2016
Asst.P
JNTU rofess HVE
4 B.Tech 2007
H or

JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
V.V.RAGHAV Asst.P
02-06-
ULU rofess - 24 - - - 3 - -
2011
or PS
5 B.Tech ANU 2009 HVE

JNTU
M.Tech 2014
T.LAKSHMI K Asst.P
02-06-
DURGA rofess - 22 - - - 01 - - PE
2014
JNTU or
6 B.Tech 2009
K

JNTU
M.Tech 2015
P.RANADHEE K
Asst.P
R 02-06-
rofess - 24 - - - 1 - -
2014
or
7 PS
JNTU
B.Tech 2013
K
JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
Asst.P
S.Kavitha 26-10- PS
rofess - 24 - - - 3 - -
2010 HVE
8 or
B.Tech ANU 2009
JNTU
M.Tech 2013
K
Asst.P
B.HIMA 23-09- PS
rofess - 24 - - - 3 - -
BINDU 2013 HVE
or
9 JNTU
B.Tech 2010
K
JNTU
MUZEEB M.Tech 2014 Asst.P
K 19-12- PS
KHAN PATAN rofess - 24 - - - 3 - -
2013 HVE
or
10
B.Tech ANU 2009
M.Tech JNTUH 2013
Asst.P
M.SUNEEL 26-03- PE &
rofess - 24 - - - 2 - -
KUMAR 2013 PS
11 JNTU or
B.Tech 2007
H
JNTU
M.Tech 2013
K
Asst.P
1-5- PE &
J.SWETHA rofess - 20 - - - 2 - -
2015 PS
or
12 JNTU
B.Tech 2010
K
JNTU
M.Tech 2014
K
V.MAHESH ASST. 20-05- PS
- 20 - - - 2 - -
BABU PROF 2013 HVE
13 JNTU
B.Tech 2010
K
JNTU Associ
M.Tech 2013
K ate
xxxxxxxxx Profes
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14 JNTU
B.Tech 2010
K
JNTU Associ
M.Tech 2013
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15 JNTU
B.Tech 2010
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5.1 Student- Faculty Ratio (SFR) (20)

S:F ratio = N/F; N=No. of students= 3x where x is (approved intake + 20% lateral entry intake +separate division, if any)

F=No. of faculty=(a +bc)for every assessment year

a: Total number of full-time regular Faculty serving fully to 2nd ,3rd and 4th year of the this program

b: Total number of full-time equivalent regular Faculty(considering fractional load)serving this program from other Program(s)

c: Total number of full time equivalent regular Faculty(considering fractional load) of this program serving other program(s)

Regular Faculty means:

Fulltime on roll with prescribed pay scale. An employee on contract for a period of not less than two years AND drawing consolidated
salary not less than applicable gross salary shall only be counted as a regular employee.
Prescribed pay scales means pay scales notified by the AICTE/Central Government and implementation as prescribed by the State
Government. In case State Government prescribes lesser consolidated salary for a particular cadre then same will be considered as
reference while counting faculty as a regular faculty

Year X N F SFR=N/F

CAY
3x72 216 15 14.4
(2016-17)
CAYm1
3x72 216 15 14.4
(2015-16)

CAYm2
3x72 216 15 14.4
(2014-15)

Average Assessment for three


14.4
assessment years

5.2 Faculty Cadre Proportion(25)

The reference Faculty cadre proportion is 1(F1):2(F2):6(F3)

F1: Number of Professors required =1/9xNumber of Faculty required to comply with15:1Student-Facultyratio based on no. of students
(N)as per 5.1

F2: Number of Associate Professors required=2/9xNumber of Faculty required to comply with 15:1 Student-Faculty ratio based on no.
of students (N) as per 5.1

F3: Number of Assistant Professors required=6/9xNumber of Faculty required to comply with 15:1 Student-Faculty ratio based on no. of
students (N) as per 5.1

Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors

Year Required Required Required


Available Available Available
UG PG UG PG UG PG

CAY-
1 1 2 3 1 4 9 1 10
2016-17

CAYm1-
1 1 2 3 1 4 9 1 10
2015-16
CAYm2-
1 1 2 3 1 4 9 1 10
2014-15

Average
RF1=2 AF1=2 RF2=4 AF2=4 RF3=10 AF3=10
Numbers

Cadre Ratio Mark=((AF1/RF1)+((AF2/RF2)*0.6)+((AF3/RF3)*0.4)*12.5


=2/2+4/4*0.6+10/10*0.4*12.5
= (1+0.6+0.4)*12.5
=25
Maximum marks to be limit if it exceeds 25

5.3 Faculty Qualification:

FQ =2.5 x [(10X +6Y)/F)] where x is no. of regular faculty with Ph.D., Y is no. of regular faculty with M.Tech., F is no. of regular faculty
required to comply 1:15 Faculty Student ratio (no. of faculty and no. of studentsrequiredaretobecalculatedasper5.1)

Year X Y F FQ=2.5 x [(10x + 6Y)/F]

CAY(2016-17) 2 14 16 16.25

CAYm1(2015-16) 2 14 16 16.25

CAYm2(2014-15) 2 14 16 16.25

Average Assessment 16.25


5.4 Faculty Retention

No. of regular faculty members in CAY m2 (2014-15)=15 CAYm1(2015-16)=15 CAY(2016-17)=15

Item Marks

>=90% of required Faculty members retained during the period of 25


assessment keeping CAYm2 as base year

>=75% of required Faculty members retained during the period of 20


assessment keeping CAYm2 as base year

15
>=60% of required Faculty members retained during the period of
assessment keeping CAYm2 as base year

>=50% of required Faculty members retained during the period of 10


assessment keeping CAYm2 as base year

<50% of required Faculty members retained during the period of 0


assessment keeping CAYm2 as base year

Description 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017


No of faculty retained 4 4 6

Total no of faculty 18 18 18

% of faculty retained 22 22 33

5.5 Innovations by Faculty:

Introduction:

The key role of a teacher is to teach, which can be understood as meaning to facilitate learning of some target curriculum. Teaching is therefore
intimately tied to notions of learning and there is a sense that if students do not learn then whatever the teacher is doing does not deserve the label
of teaching. The use of innovative methods in educational institutions has the potential not only to improve education, but also to empower
people, strengthen governance and galvanize the effort to achieve the human development goals for the country.

Traditional Teaching Method:

In the pre-technology education context the teacher is the sender, the educational material is the information and the student is the receiver of the
information. In terms of the delivery medium, the educator can deliver the message via the chalk-and- talk method and LCD projector
transparencies. This learning perspective is a popular technique, which has been used for decades as an educational strategy in all institutions of
learning. Basically teacher controls the instructional process, the content is delivered to the entire class and the teacher tends to emphasize factual
knowledge.

INNOVATIVE METHODS OF LEARNING

Following innovative learning methods are initiated and implemented by the faculty for students to learn in a better manner.

1. Computer-assisted learning

2. Advance Technology Laboratory (ATL)

3. Lab Improvement for Future Trends (LIFT)

4. Learn Emerging Advances in Domain Experimentation

5. Group Learning
6. Innovations in Assessment

7. Innovations in Evaluation

1. Computer-assisted learning:

ICT usages are abundantly practiced for the teaching-learning processes.

Objectives:

To provide direct access to quality instructional resources through computers connected in LAN and Internet

Motivate the students do electronic presentations (PPT)

Assess the students through online quiz tests for better learning

Facilities Created:

LCDs, interactive boards are consistently used in the class-room lecture delivery.

Internet facility is provided to students for deeper inquiry into their subjects.

The technologies are used even in the co-curricular activities during seminars, workshops every classroom is provided with computer with
LAN and internet connection.

Outcomes:

The students and faculty are engaged in effective teaching and learning process

2. Advance Technology Laboratory (ATL) / Advanced Science Laboratory (ASL)

Engineering students of different branches learn many theory subjects and perform labs as per JNTUK curriculum. PACEITS is introducing ATL &
ASL, a modern teaching learning process for the second year and first year B.Tech students. Advanced Technology Laboratories are established to
increase the awareness in engineering students about the latest methods in practical oriented teaching methodology.

Objectives:
Understand the applications of mathematics and science in engineering at a deeper level

Get certifications in Industry demand courses

Simulate the theoretical processes in computer for better understanding.

Facilities Created:

Through ASL the students will get an idea of application and implementation of principles of Physics in their core subjects.

Outcomes:

Through this program students enhance their knowledge and develop their skills which may create interest in Research and Development. Get
certifications in popular courses

3. Laboratory Improvement Future Trends (LIFT)

The laboratory learning is made very effective through the implementation of an innovative program namely Laboratory Improvement for Future
Trends (LIFT).Under this program the faculty member handling the laboratory sessions shall prepare a manual with different activities.

Objectives:

Conduction of advanced experiments.

Collect research literature related to the lab Participate in the maintenance of the lab.

Execute hobby projects. Modify the existing facilities in labs

To create awareness among the students and develop Industry Institution interactions

and reach the standards in laboratories.

Facilities Created:

Modification of existing experimental set-up

Creation of additional facilities for advanced experiments

Outcomes:

Experience in collecting literature


Preparation of maintenance manual

Prepare working model/execute hobby project

4. Learn Emerging Advances in the Domain (LEAD):

Objectives:

The Objective of LEAD Concept is introduction of new experiments beyond course curriculum in day to day regular lab sessions.

Methodology:

These Experiments are designed based upon the theory syllabus and student skills. At least One Experiment is introduced in each lab to train all the
students in latest trends for laboratory improvement program which will be useful for the students to get awareness about the skills in conducting
experiments.

Outcomes:

Technical knowledge in labs is improved. Design hobby projects.

5. Group Learning OR Collaborative Learning:

A collection of students who are intellectually, and aesthetically engaged in solving problems, creating products, and an assemblage in which
each student learns autonomously and through the ways of learning of others. By group, we refer both to the learning of individuals that is fostered
by being in a group and to a more distributed kind of learning that does not reside inside the head of any one individual. Rather than focusing only
on what the individual knows, the goal is to build a collective body of knowledge; learning groups strive to create publicly shared.

6. Innovations in Assessment:

Objectives:

Simplify the assessment of course outcomes and program outcomes

Take corrective actions during the middle of the semester for better attainment levels of course outcomes and program outcomes
Methodology:

Special Assessment software is designed and implemented to collect the attainment levels of course outcomes and program outcomes on frequent
basis.

An assessment web link is provided to the students and faculty for giving feedback on the ongoing lecture sessions.

The student gives feedback on day to day basis about the ongoing subject-wise lecture sessions.

This feedback will enable the faculty to know the effectiveness of his teaching on day to day lecture basis and helps to improve his performance.
Alumni survey, Employer survey etc are conducted through online.

Outcomes:

Effective teaching and learning process

Better attainment levels of course outcomes and program outcomes

7. Innovations in Evaluation:

Generally evaluation of students is done by the faculty. However an innovative assignment evaluation method is proposed and implemented with
the following objectives:

Objectives:

To enhance the understanding levels of the subject

To improve the presentation skills

Methodology:

Self Evaluation by the students is carried out under the faculty supervision. The students are divided into groups. Different home assignments are
given to different student groups. One of the group members shall evaluate the remaining members assignments and including himself. The
evaluation within the group is carried out on rotation basis. The evaluated assignments are submitted to the faculty for scrutiny and feedback.

The above method of evaluation helps the students in improving their learning and presentation skills.

5.6 Faculty as Participants in Faculty Development/training activities/STTPs

A Faculty scores maximum five points for participation


Participationin2to5daysFacultydevelopmentprogram: 3Points
Participation>5daysFacultydevelopmentprogram: 5points

Max 5 Per Faculty


Name of the Faculty
CAY(2016-2017) CAYm1(2015-2016) CAYm2(2015-2014)

Dr. P RAMESH 2 1 ----------

KOMMANABOYINA
1 1 1
RAMESH BABU

DASARI PRASAD 1

KALLURI
1
VENKATESWARLU

KATRAGADDA
1
VENKATA NARAYANA

VEMULA VEERA
RAGHAVULU

BANDARV VIJAY
CHANDRA

B.SURESH

G.KOTIREDDY

K.ANUSHA 1

AMARA SRAVANI

CH.VANI
O.MANOGNA

P.RANADHEER 1

5.7 Research and Development

5.7.1 Academic Research

Academic research includes research paper publications, Ph.D. guidance, and faculty receiving Ph.D. during the assessment period

Number of quality publications in referred /SCI Journals ,Citations, Books/Book Chapters etc. (6)

Sno Academic year No of Publications

1 2016-2017 13

2 2015-2016 18

3 2014-2015 6

2016-2017

SNo Name of The Author Paper/Book Title Events/Journals/Publisher

1. Dr P.Ramesh Implementation of CE and VVD for High speed wireless commutation Elsevier conference
applications

2 Dr P.Ramesh An Assessment of potential wind miles using improve processing and AI based Elsevier conference
wind speed estimation

3 Dr P.Ramesh Design of portable raspberry PI camera for blind people Science direct conference
4 Mr K.Ramesh Babu Design and simulation of grid connected PV system for multilevel inverter IJSETR
with less no of components
ISSN:2319-8885

5 Dr P.Ramesh Enhancement of power quality in a grid by using PV /IUPQC IJRSSET

K.Anusha ISSN:2349-4751

6 K.Anusha Determination of transmission of cost in Deregulated power system by the IJASTEMS


implementation of FACTS controllers
C h.Vani ISSN:2454-356X

7 G.Kotireddy Fuzzy logic based control of Hybrid power system distribution generation IJASTEMS

ISSN:2454-356X

8 K.V.Narayana Active and Reactive power control of large scale grid connected PV system by IJMTER
Cascaded multilevel inverter with Fuzzy logic control approach
ISSN:2393-8161

9 B.Vijaya chandra A PWM based multi level renewable energy system IJASTEMS

ISSN:2454-356X

10 K.Venkateswarlu Improvement of power quality in grid connected bars using main and IJSETR
auxiliary voltage source inverter
ISSN:2319-8885

11 V.Veera Raghavulu Power quality improvement in electric field transportation using hybrid active IJSETR
and passive filter
ISSN:2393-8161

12 V.Veera Raghavulu A novel controlling technique improve power quality in distribution IJSETR
generation system
ISSN:2393-8161

13 Dr P.Ramesh Designing and control of SR drive system using ANFIS IEEE(38006)

2015-2016

SNo Name of The Author Paper/Book Title Events/Journals/Publisher


1 D.Prasad STATCOM based on deduction of PQ issues in micro grid IJATES
applications system
P.Ranadheer ISSN:2348-7550

T.V.S Lakshmi Durga

2 P.Ranadheer Enhancement of fault current and over voltage by active IJERGS


type SFCL in renewable distribution generation
ISSN:2091-2730

3. P.Ranadheer Micro grid control in distribution system using fuzzy logic IJIREEICE
technique
ISSN:2321-5526

4 Dr P.Rmaesh Transmission congestion and voltage profile management in IJRJET


long transmission line using UPFC with Fuzzy logic
controller ISSN:2395-0072

5 Dr P.Rmaesh Speed vector controller of motor using artificial neural IDJDA


networks (ANN)
ISSN:2249-9954

6 Dr P.Rmaesh Speed control of SR drive using FLC IJGDC

ISSN:2005-4262

7 Dr P.Rmaesh Power quality improvement in grid connected renewable IJESTR


energy source for different loading conditions
D.Prasad ISSN:2319-8885

8 K.Venkateswarlu Design and simulation of advanced DVR for multi functional IJMETMR
purpose
ISSN:2348-4845

9 Dr P.Rmaesh Implementation of intelligent controller based current IJHIT


control strategy for SRM drive
K.Ramesh Babu ISSN:1738-9968

10 Dr P.Rmaesh Regenerative mode of charging capability with power factor IJHIT


correction and speed control using current source converter
K.Ramesh Babu for SRM drive ISSN:1738-9968

11 Dr P.Rmaesh Synchronous generator based off shoe wind energy system IJAEGT
with high voltage Z-source converter for industrial drive
V.Veera raghavulu applications ISSN:2309-4893

12 Dr P.Rmaesh 3-Phase 4-wiRE UPQC topology with reduced DC link IJSIP


voltage rating for power quality improvement using FC
D.Prasad ISSN:2005-4254

13 Dr P.Rmaesh Active power filter performance in grid integration of wind IJAT&IR


generating station and PQ improvement of distribution
K.Ramesh Babu system ISSN:2348-2370

14 K.Ramesh Babu Simulation of 3-Phase interleaved PFC ACto DC converter IJSETR


with closed loop operation
ISSN:2319-8885

15 D.Prasad A Novel improved performance of direct power control of IJR


unbalanced AC source
ISSN:2348-6848

16 D.Prasad Reactive power compensation by using STATCOM Based ITSI


ELEVEN level cascaded H bridge converter
P.Ranadheer ISSN:2320-8945

T.V.S Lakshmi Durga

17 K.V.Narayana ANN based unified power quality conditioner for power IJR
quality improvement
ISSN:2348-6848

18 Dr P.Rmaesh Implementation of IRP technique with PIR fuzzy controlled IJATIR


shunt active power filter for reduction harmonics
ISSN:2348-2370
2014-2015

Events/Journals/P
S. No. Faculty Name Paper/Book Title
ublisher

IJSER
1 T L Durga Enhancement of Power Quality by Shunt Active Filter Using Intelligence Technique
20141202
IJET
2 M K Patan A Modular converter topology fed BLDC Drive for EV applications
R031413
IJSETR
High Voltage Gain Closed Loop Control Of DC-DC Converter Fed SRM Drive With
3 K Rameshbabu 625143M
PV Source

IJATES
Modelling and Simulation of Micro Grid System Based on Renewable Power
4 P Ranadheer 1416929847
generation Units by using Five Level Cascaded H-Bridge Converter

Motor Current Signature Analysis For Rotor Cage Fault Detection In Induction IJRET
5 S.Kavitha
Motor 29055144
5.7.2 Sponsored Research:

Funded Research:

(Provide a list with Project Title , Funding Agency, Amount and Duration)
Funding amount (Cumulative during assessment years):Amount>20Lacs5Marks
Amount>=16Lacsand<=20lacs4MarksAmount>=12Lacsand16lacs3MarksAmount>=8Lacsand<12lacs2
Marks Amount>=4Lacsand<8lacs1MarkAmount<4Lacs0Mark

Name of the Principle DST ORDER Funding


Project title Total Amount
S.No Teacher/Investigator reference Agency

Analysis Design and


Implementation of DST- Ministry
File No: SR/WOS-
Switched Reluctance of Science &
1 K.ANUSHA A/ET-57/2016 dated 19,90,000
Motor for Industrial Technology,
16/02/2016
and Non Linear Govt. of India
Applications

5.7.3. Development activities(10)

Product Development:
Research Laboratories:
Instruction Materials:
Working Models/charts/Monograms:

Product Development:

Productivity is one of the key ingredients for the successful product development in Engineering. .The Department of EEE maintains
continuous practices and strategies to better satisfy the customer requirements and increase their market share by a regular development of
new products. The development involves either improving an existing product or its presentation, or developing a new product to target a
particular market segment or segments

Steps in New Product Development

1. Idea or concept
2. Market research and analysis
3. Product design
4. Engineering and development
5. Testing and launch

List of Product Developments in three Assessment Years

S.No. Assessment Year No. of Products developed


1 2016-2017 1
2 2015-2016 1
3 2014-2015 1

Working Models:

The Department of EEE accustoms continuous practices and strategies to better satisfy the customer requirements and increase their market
share by a regular development of new products. The development involves either improving an existing product or its presentation, or
developing a new product to target a particular market segment or segments.
The proposals are submitted to product development committee and get authorized by R & D and principal. The authorized document will be submitted to
management for further approval.

Table: list of Working Models for the assessment years


S.No. Assessment Year Working Models
1 2016-2017 2
2 2015-2016 2
3 2014-2015 2

Instructional Materials:

Instructional Materials are very much useful for a student to understand the content in lectures delivered by lecturers.
The Department of EEE prepared the following materials which are generally being supplied to students during the middle of the semester.
List of Instructional Materials in EEE Department:
1. STEP Material (Part A- Short Answer Questions: Part B: Long Answer Questions).
2. Lab Manuals.
3. Power Point Presentations in Soft Form.

Charts:

Charts are the graphical representation of topics which gives student to know in depth conceptual understanding of each curve or the curves
drawn between parameters which are drawn to show their relationship.

The Department of EEE appointed a separate coordinator to mobilize different charts which helps staff for better explanation of the topics in a
subject

S.no Name of the Laboratory No. of Charts


1 Electrical Simulation lab
2 Control Systems 8
3 Power Electronics 10
4 Electrical Circuits lab 8
5 Electrical Measurements lab 8
6 Electrical Machines-I Lab 10
7 Electrical Machines-II Lab 10
8 Power Systems Lab 7
5.7.4. Consultancy (from Industry) (5)

FACULTY PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL

1. Name :
2. Designation :
3. Department :

ACADEMIC WORKS

4. Progress Report for the Semester: Academic Year:

Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3


% of Syllabus Covered
No. of Units Completed
No. of Periods Conducted
University Prescribed-Periods
Percentage of Pass
Percentage of Fail
No. of students scored above 75%
No. of students scored above 60 %
Highest Marks

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION:

5. (a) Innovative methods (Class Room & Lab) [1] :

(b) Extra Coaching Arranged [1] :

6. Laboratory [1] :
No. of Session Conducted :

No. of Experiments prescribed in the syllabus :

No. of Experiments Completed :

7. List of Seminars / Workshops Attended During this Academic Year [1]:

8. List of Papers / Articles Published / Presented during the Year [1]:

9. List of Sponsorship / Consultancy / Project Work [1]:


10. Any other Assignments (Non Academic Works) pertaining to [1]:

(a) College
(b) University
(c) Any other Organization
11. a) Appreciation / Awards / Recognition earned [1] :
11. b) Disciplinary Actions faced :

12. Other activities Inside/Outside the campus towards development of self & students [1]:

13. Any other Information

14. Whether proficient with Rules, Regulations & Management system [1] :

15. Leave Details:


Period No. of CLs Loss of Pay Number of 1.30 hr
From: to: (Days) (Days) permitions

Date Signature of the Faculty

a) REMARKS OF THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT AND POINTS AWARDED:


(based on inter personal relationship with faculties and students, specific contribution to the department etc)
Head of the Department
b) REMARKS OF THE PRINCIPAL AND POINTS AWARDED:
(Based on specific contribution to the institutional and departmental activities, on-time completion etc)

PRINCIPAL

STAFF APPRAISAL POINTS EARNED:

Students University Self Appraisal HOD Principal


Total
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PRINCIPAL