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B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering

UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING PROGRAMS (TIER-I) FIRST TIME

ACCREDITATION

(Applicable for all the programs, except those granted full accreditation for 5 years as per Jan 2013 Manual)

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SAR Contents

Serial Code & Item Page No.


Link to the Item

PART A 3-12
Institutional Information

PART B Criteria Summary

Program Level Criteria


13 - 19
1 Vision, Mission and Program Educational Objectives
20 - 83
2 Program Curriculum and Teaching – Learning Processes
84 - 121
3 Course Outcomes and Program Outcomes
122 - 145
4 Students’ Performance
146 -234
5 Faculty Information and Contributions
235 -243
6 Facilities and Technical Support
244 -254
7 Continuous Improvement

Institute Level Criteria


255 - 284
8 First Year Academics
285 - 329
9 Student Support Systems
330 - 454
10 Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources

PART C Declaration by the Institution 455

Program Outcomes (POs) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) 456


Annexure I

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PART A: Institutional Information

1. Name and Address of the Institution: Galgotias University Uttar Pradesh,


Plot No.2, Sector 17-A
Yamuna Expressway,
Greater Noida, Gautam Buddh Nagar,
Uttar Pradesh, India-203201
2. Name and Address of the Affiliating University: NA
3. Year of establishment of the Institution: 2011

4. Type of the Institution:

Institute of National Importance

University √

Deemed University

Autonomous

Any other (Please specify)


Note:
1. In case of Autonomous and Deemed University, mention the year of grant of status by
the authority.
2. In case of University Constituent Institution, please indicate the academic autonomy
status of the Institution as defined in 12th Plan guidelines of UGC. Institute should
apply for Tier 1 only when fully academically autonomous.
5. Ownership Status:

Central Government:

State Government:

Government Aided:

Self-financing: √

Trust:

Society: √

Section 25 Company:

Any Other (Please specify):


Provide Details : NA
6. Other Academic Institutions of the Trust/Society/Company etc., if any:
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Year of
Name of the Institution(s) Programs of Study Location
Establishment
B. Tech.(CSE)
B. Tech.(IT)
B. Tech.(ECE)
B. Tech.(EEE) Plot.No.-1, Knowledge Park-
Galgotias College of
B. Tech.(EE) II,
Engineering & Technology, 2000
B. Tech.(EIE) Greater Noida, U.P., India-
B. Tech.(ME) 201310
B. Tech.(CE)
MCA
MBA
Plot.No.-1, Knowledge Park-
Galgotias Institute of II,
1999 MBA
Management & Technology Greater Noida,U.P., India-
201310
Table A.6
Note: Add rows as needed.

7. Details of all the programs being offered by the institution under consideration:

S. Program Name of the Increase/ Year of


Year of AICTE Accreditation
No. Name Department Decrease in Increase
Start Intake Approval Status*
intake, if any /Decrease
B. Tech. - Computer 2011 960 Intake - 300 2011-12 NA Applying First
Computer Science & Increase to -360 2012-13 Time
Science & Engineering Decrease to -300 2013-14
1 Engineering Increase to - 420 2014-15
Increase to - 900 2015-16
Increase to -1140 2016-17
Decrease to - 960 2018-19
M.Tech. - Computer 2011 24 Intake - 24 2011-12 NA
Computer Science & Increase to - 102 2012-13
2 Science & Engineering Decrease to - 72 2013-14
Engineering Decrease to - 30 2014-15
Decrease to - 24 2015-16
BCA Computer 2012 180 Intake - 30 2012-13 NA
Application Increase to - 60 2013-14
Increase to - 90 2015-16
3
Increase to - 120 2016-17
Increase to - 150 2017-18
Increase to - 180 2018-19
Integrated Computer 2015 30 NA
4
BCA+MCA Application
B. Sc. Computer Computer 2018 30 NA
5
Science Application
MCA Computer 2011 60 Intake - 180 2011-12 NA
Application Increase to - 240 2012-13
6
Decrease to - 90 2013-14
Decrease to - 60 2014-15
B. Tech. - Electronics & 2011 60 Intake - 300 2011-12 NA Applying First
7
Electronics & Communication Decrease to - 180 2012-13 Time
4
Communication Engineering Decrease to - 60 2013-14
Engineering Increase to - 90 2016-17
Decrease to - 60 2017-18
M. Tech.- Electronics & 2011 18 NA
8 Communication Communication
Engineering Engineering
M. Tech.- VLSI Electronics & 2012 18 NA
9 Design Communication
Engineering
B.Tech. - Electrical & 2012 30 - - NA
10 Electrical Electronics
Engineering Engineering
B.Tech.- Electrical & 2011 30 Intake - 60 2011-12 NA
Electrical & Electronics Decrease to - 30 2013-14
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Electronics Engineering
Engineering
M.Tech.- Power Electrical & 2011 18 - - NA
12 System Electronics
Engineering Engineering
B. Tech. – Mechanical 2011 60 Intake - 240 2011-12 NA Applying First
Mechanical Engineering Increase to - 60 2012-13 Time
Engineering Decrease to - 240 2013-14
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Decrease to - 80 2016-17
Decrease to - 20 2017-18
Decrease to - 60 2018-19
B. Tech. – Mechanical 2012 30 - - NA
14 Automobile Engineering
Engineering
M. Tech. – Mechanical 2011 18 - - NA
15
CAD/CAM Engineering
M. Tech. - Mechanical 2012 18 - - NA
16 Automobile Engineering
Engineering
B. Tech. – Chemical 2013 30 - - NA
17 Chemical Engineering
Engineering
B.Tech. – Civil Civil 2011 60 Intake - 90 2011-12 NA
Engineering Engineering Increase to - 150 2012-13
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Decrease to - 90 2017-18
Decrease to - 60 2018-19
M. Tech. - Civil 2013 18 - - NA
Energy & Engineering
19 Environmental
Engineering

M.Tech. – Civil 2011 18 - - NA


20 Structural Engineering
Engineering
B. Arch Architecture 2014 30 Intake - 40 2014-15 NA
21
Decrease to - 30 2018-19
B. Ed. Education 2014 50 - - NA
22
B. Sc. - Nursing Nursing 2013 40 - - NA
23
B.A (H) – Liberal Arts 2012 30 Intake - 10 2012-13 NA
24
Applied Increase to - 20 2015-16

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Psychology Increase to - 30 2016-17

B.A(H)- Liberal Arts 2012 40 Intake - 20 2012-13 NA


25 Economics Increase to - 30 2015-16
Increase to - 40 2018-19
B.A(H) - Liberal Arts 2012 60 Intake - 10 2012-13 NA
English Increase to - 20 2013-14
26
Increase to - 40 2017-18
Increase to - 60 2018-19
B.A(H) – Liberal Arts 2015 50 Intake - 10 2015-16 NA
Political Science Increase to - 20 2016-17
27
Increase to - 30 2017-18
Increase to - 50 2018-19
B.A(H) – Liberal Arts 2018 10 - - NA
28
Sociology
M.A - Applied Liberal Arts 2016 5 - - NA
29
Psychology
M.A - English Liberal Arts 2018 5 - - NA
30
M.A – Political Liberal Arts 2018 5 NA
31
Science
M.A - Liberal Arts 2017 10 Intake - 5 2017-18 NA
32
Economics Increase to - 10 2018-19
MLI Science SLIS 2018 5 - - NA
33
B.Sc(H) – Basic & Applied 2012 130 Intake - 50 2012-13 NA
Forensic Science Sciences Increase to - 90 2014-15
34
Increase to - 100 2016-17
Increase to - 130 2018-19
B.Sc(H) – Micro Basic & Applied 2018 10 - - NA
35 Biology Sciences

B.Sc(H) – Basic & Applied 2018 30 - - NA


36 Chemistry Sciences

B.Sc(H) – Basic & Applied 2018 15 - - NA


37 Physics Sciences

M.Sc. – Forensic Forensic Science 2013 60 Intake - 15 2013-14 NA


Science Increase to - 30 2015-16
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Increase to - 40 2017-18
Increase to - 60 2018-19
M.Sc - Bio- Bio-Chemistry 2017 10 - - NA
39
Chemistry
M.Sc. – Chemistry 2015 10 Intake - 10 2015-16 NA
40 Chemistry Increase to - 20 2017-18
Decrease to - 10 2018-19
M.Sc. - Mathematics 2016 10 - - NA
41
Mathematics
M.Sc. - Physics Physics 2015 5 - - NA
42
B.Com(H) Finance & 2012 100 Intake - 90 2012-13 NA
Commerce Decrease to - 60 2013-14
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Increase to - 90 2015-16
Increase to - 100 2018-19
44 M. Com Finance & 2018 5 - - NA

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Commerce

BBA Financial Finance & 2018 15 - - NA


45 Management & Commerce
ATA
MBA Financial Finance & 2017 30 - - NA
46 Management Commerce

B.Pharma. Pharmacy 2012 100 Intake - 60 2012-13 NA


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Increase to - 100 2017-18
M.Pharma. - Pharmacy 2013 12 Intake - 12 2013-14 NA
48 Pharmaceutics Decrease to - 6 2016-17
Increase to - 12 2017-18
D. Pharm. Pharmacy 2017 60 - NA
49
Bachelor of Physiotherapy 2013 180 Intake - 15 2013-14 NA
Physiotherapy Increase to - 30 2015-16
50 Increase to - 60 2016-17
Increase to - 120 2017-18
Increase to - 180 2018-19
Master of Physiotherapy 2018 5 - - NA
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Physiotherapy
B. Optometry Optometry 2015 40 Intake - 10 2015-16 NA
52 Increase to - 30 2017-18
Increase to - 40 2018-19
B.Sc.- Cardiovascular 2015 40 Intake - 15 2015-16 NA
53 Cardiovascular Technology Increase to - 40 2017-18
Technology
B.Sc. - Medical Medical Lab 2015 50 Intake - 15 2015-16 NA
54 Lab Technology Technology Increase to - 20 2016-17
Increase to - 50 2017-18
B.Sc. – Clinical Clinical 2016 30 Intake - 15 2016-17 NA
55 Research & Research & Increase to - 30 2018-19
Healthcare Healthcare
M.Sc. - Clinical Clinical 2016 20 Intake - 10 2016-17 NA
56 Research & Research & Increase to - 20 2018-19
Healthcare Healthcare
M.Sc. - Public Clinical 2018 5 - - NA
57 Health Research &
Healthcare
MBA – Clinical 2016 15 - - NA
Healthcare & Research &
58 Hospital Healthcare
Management

B.A - Media & 2012 120 Intake - 30 2012-13 NA


Journalism & Communication Increase to - 200 2013-14
59 Mass Studies Increase to - 240 2015-16
Communication Degrease to - 200 2016-17
Degrease to - 120 2018-19
M.A - Media & 2012 15 - - NA
Journalism & Communication
60
Mass Studies
Communication
BBA School of 2012 600 Intake - 210 2012-13 NA
61 Business Increase to - 270 2015-16
Increase to - 300 2016-17
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Increase to - 390 2017-18
Increase to - 600 2018-19
Integrated School of 2014 30 - - NA
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BBA+MBA Business
MBA School of 2011 300 Intake - 270 2011-12 NA
Business Decrease to 210 2013-14
63 Increase to - 240 2015-16
Increase to - 270 2017-18
Increase to - 300 2018-19
B.Sc. – Hotel School of 2013 90 Intake - 30 2013-14 NA
64 Management Hospitality Increase to - 60 2016-17
Increase to - 90 2018-19
BHMCT School of 2018 30 - - NA
65
Hospitality
B.A. LLB(H) Law 2013 120 - - NA
66
BBA. LLB(H) Law 2013 120 - - NA
67
LLB(H) Law 2013 60 - - NA
68
LLM Law 2013 20 - - NA
69
B. Sc. Agriculture 2018 60 - - NA
70
Agriculture
Diploma in University 2015 120 Intake - 30 2015-16 NA
Computer Polytechnic Increase to - 60 2016-17
71
Science & Increase to - 90 2017-18
Engineering Increase to - 120 2018-19
Diploma in University 2015 90 Intake - 60 2015-16 NA
72 Mechanical Polytechnic Increase to - 90 2016-17
Engineering
Diploma in University 2015 30 - - NA
73 Automobile Polytechnic
Engineering
Diploma in Civil University 2015 60 - - NA
74
Engineering Polytechnic
Diploma in ECE University 2015 30 - - NA
75
Polytechnic
Diploma in University 2015 60 Intake - 30 2015-16 NA
76 Electrical Polytechnic Increase to - 60 2016-17
Engineering
Diploma in University 2015 30 - - NA
77 Chemical Polytechnic
Engineering
Table A.7
* Write applicable one:
Applying first time -Yes
 Granted provisional accreditation for two/three years for the period(specify period)
 Granted accreditation for 5/6 years for the period (specify period)
 Not accredited (specify visit dates, year)
 Withdrawn (specify visit dates, year)
 Not eligible for accreditation
 Eligible but not applied √
8. Programs to be considered for Accreditation vide this application

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S. No. Program Name
1 B. Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering
2 B. Tech. - Mechanical Engineering
3 B. Tech.- Electronics & Communication Engineering
Table A.8

9. Total number of employees:


A. Regular Employees (Faculty and Staff):

CA CAYm1 CAYm2
Items Y (2017-18) (2016-17)
(2018-19)
Min Max Min Max Min Max
M 237 263 210 243 130 158
Faculty in Engineering
F 56 65 41 46 34 39
Faculty in Maths, Science M 39 43 50 64 52 61
&Humanities teaching in F 32 39 39 46 20 26
engineering Programs
M 163 179 124 169 93 156
Non-teaching staff F 24 24 19 20 11 14
Table A.9a
Note: Minimum 75% should be Regular/Full Time faculty and the remaining shall be
Contractual Faculty/Adjunct Faculty/Resource Source from industry as per AICTE
norms and standards.
The contractual Faculty will be considered for assessment only if a faculty is drawing
a salary as prescribed by the concerned State Government for the contractual faculty
in the respective cadre and who have taught over consecutive 4 semesters.

CAY – Current Academic Year


CAYm1- Current Academic Year minus1= Current Assessment Year
CAYm2 - Current Academic Year minus2=Current Assessment Year minus 1

B. Contractual Staff Employees (Faculty and Staff): (Not covered in Table A):

CAY (2018-19) CAYm1 (2017-18) CAYm2


Items
(2016-17)
Min Max Min Max Min Max
M 0 0 0 0 0 0
Faculty in Engineering F 0 0 0 0 0 0
Faculty in Maths, Science & M 0 0 0 0 0 0
Humanities teaching in Engineering F
0 0 0 0 0 0
Programs
M 0 0 0 0 0 0
Non-teaching staff F 0 0 0 0 0 0
Table A.9b
10. Total number of Engineering Students:

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Item CAY CAYm CAYm2
1
(2018-19) (2016-17)
(2017-18)
Total no. of boys 986 1227 1436

Total no. of girls 134 195 152

Total no. of students 1120 1422 1588


Table A.10
(Instruction: The data may be categorized in tabular form separately for undergraduate,
postgraduate engineering, other program, if applicable)

Note: In case the institution is running programs other than engineering programs, a separate
table giving similar details is to be included.

11. Vision of the Institution:

To be known globally for value based education, research, creativity and innovation.

12. Mission of the Institution:

 Establish state-of-the-art facilities for world class education and research.


 Collaborate with industry and society to align the curriculum
 Involve in societal outreach programs to identify concerns and provide sustainable ethical
solutions.
 Encourage life-long learning and team-based problem solving through an enabling environment.

13. Contact Information of the Head of the Institution and NBA coordinator, if designated:

i. Name: Dr. Renu Luthra


Designation: Vice Chancellor
Mobile No: 9711110617
Email id: vc@galgotiasuniversity.edu.in
ii. NBA coordinator, if designated

Name: Dr. Avadhesh Kumar


Designation: Professor and Dean Planning
Mobile No: 9810680041
Email id: dean.planning@galgotiasuniversity.edu.in

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PART B: Criteria Summary

Name of the program: B. Tech Mechanical Engineering

Criteria No. Criteria Mark/Weightage

Program Level Criteria

1. Vision, Mission and Program Educational Objectives 50

2. Program Curriculum and Teaching –Learning Processes 100

3. Course Outcomes and Program Outcomes 175

4. Students’ Performance 100

5. Faculty Information and Contributions 200

6. Facilities and Technical Support 80

Continuous Improvement
7. 75

Institute Level Criteria

8. First Year Academics 50

9. Student Support Systems 50

10. Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources 120

Total 1000

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PART B: Program Level Criteria

`CRITERION 1 Vision, Mission and Program Educational Objectives 50

1.1. State the Vision and Mission of the Department and Institute (5)

Vision and Mission of the University

Vision

To be known globally for value based education, research, creativity and innovation

Mission

MU1: Establish state-of-the-art facilities for world class education and research.
MU2: Collaborate with industry and society to align the curriculum
MU3: Involve in social outreach program to identify concerns and provide sustainable ethical solutions.
MU4: Encourage life-long learning and term-based problem solving through an enabling environment.

Vision and Mission of the Department

Vision

To be known as a premier department in mechanical engineering, interdisciplinary research, innovation and application of
knowledge for the benefit of society

Mission

The Mission of the Department (MD) of Mechanical Engineering is

MD1: Create a strong foundation on applied mathematics and fundamentals of Mechanical


Engineering through Outcome Based Teaching Learning (OBTL) Process
MD2: Conduct interdisciplinary research leading to the delivery of innovative technologies
through Problem/Research Based Learnings
MD3: Produce socially responsible, ethical and highly skilled Mechanical Engineering graduates
with the ability to use modern tools
MD4: Provide an eco-system to the students to collaborate and equip them with the necessary
interpersonal skills

The above vision and mission statements of the Department of Mechanical Engineering are defined in consistence
with those of University as illustrated in the table below:

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Consistency of Vision of the department with that of University

Components of Vision Statement of Components of Vision Statement of


University department

To be known globally for value based education To be known as a premier department in


mechanical engineering

To be known globally for research, creativity and To be known for interdisciplinary research,
innovation innovation and application of knowledge for the
benefit of society

Consistency of Mission of the University with that of department 1.2.

Components of Mission Statement of Components of Mission Statement of


University department

Establish state-of-the-art facilities for world Conduct interdisciplinary research leading to the
class education and research delivery of innovative technologies through
Problem/Research Based Learning’s
Collaborate with industry and society to align the Create a strong foundation on applied mathematics
curriculum and fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
through Outcome Based Teaching Learning (OBTL)
Process
Involve in social outreach program to identify Produce socially responsible, ethical and highly
concerns and provide sustainable ethical solutions skilled Mechanical Engineering graduates with the
ability to use modern tools
Encourage life-long learning and term-based Provide an eco-system to the students to collaborate
problem solving through an enabling and equip them with the necessary interpersonal
environment skills

1.2 State the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (5)

PEO1: Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be engineering professionals and innovators in core
engineering, service industries or pursue higher studies.
PEO2: Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be team players who are equipped to provide sustainable solutions for
complex interdisciplinary problems using modern tools.
PEO3: Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be able to engage in professional activities ethically and thereby
enhance the knowledge and contribution towards the society through life long learning.

1.3. Indicate where the Vision, Mission and PEOs are published and disseminated among stakeholders (15)

The Vision and Mission are widely displayed at the following places:

 University website (www.galgotiasuniversity.edu.in)


 Office of Dean/HoD
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 Chambers of Program Chair and Division Chair
 Faculty and students log-in page on learning management system (LMS)
 Department Library
 Laboratories
 Face book page of School of Mechanical Engineering (https://www.facebook.com/SOME)
 Curriculum and Syllabus copies
 Course file
 Lab manual

The PEOs are displayed in:

 University websites (www.galgotiasuniversity.edu.in)


 Curriculum and Syllabus Copies
 Office of Dean/HoD
 Chamber of Program Chair
 Laboratories
 Laboratory Manuals
 Course Handout
 Prominent places in the department

Vision and Mission of the Department are conveyed to stakeholders as follows:

 Special sessions are organized before starting of the academic session, where faculty members and
Lab staffs are explained the Vision and Mission.

 The Vision and Mission statements are explicitly communicated to the newly enrolled students and the
parents during orientation and induction program.

 Alumni are updated about any changes during Alumni interaction.

 The statements are communicated to the industry/employers through presentations during industrial
visits and with other industry-institute interactions.

Additionally, dissemination of PEOs to various stakeholders of the program is done at the meetings of faculty
members, Board of Studies (BOS), Program Assessment Committee (PAC), Student Academic Council (SAC) and
Department Advisory Board (DAB).

1.4. State the process for defining the Vision and Mission of the Department, and PEOs of the program (15)

The Process for defining the Vision and Mission of the Department:

The department establishes the vision and mission through a review process involving the stakeholders, the future
scopes of the department and the societal requirements.

Step 1: Vision and Mission of the institution are taken as the guiding base.
Step 2: The Program Assessment Committee (PAC) collects data on current and future trends related
to the programs being run by the Department, and prepares a draft Vision / Mission statement.
Step 3: The draft statement is circulated among all stakeholders; students, alumni, employees,

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industry, management parents and professional bodies for suggestions
Step 4: The views are analyzed and reviewed to check the consistency with the vision and
mission of the institution as a whole.
Step 5 : Departmental Advisory Board (DAB) finalizes the Vision & Mission statements
Step 6 : PAC endorses the final of vision and mission statements, and submits to the HOD with a
copy to Dean Academics and VC office.

Program Assessment Committee (PAC) comprises the following members:


 Head of the Department - Chairperson
 Program Chair (PC) – Coordinator for PAC
 Professors, Associate Professors & Assistant Professors in the department associated with
the program
Student Advisory Council (SAC) comprises the following members:

 Head of the Department - Chairperson


 Program Chair (PC) – Coordinator for SAC
 Students – Two students from each year

Departmental Advisory Board (DAB) comprises of the following members:


 Head of the Department - Chairperson
 Program Chairs (PC)- coordinators
 Division Chairs (DCs)- members
 External Academicians - 2
 Industry Experts - 2
 Students from each batch - 2
 Alumni - 2

Process for defining Vision and Mission of the Department

University Vision & Mission

External Stake Holders


Internal Stake Holders
 Alumni
 Students Program Assessment  Industry (Recruiters)
 Faculty& Staff Committee (PAC)  Professional Societies
 Management
 External Academicians
 Parents

Department Advisory Board (DAB)

Department Vision and Mission


Statements
Fig 1.1: Establishing Vision and Mission
State the process for defining the PEOs

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The program educational objectives (PEOs) were formally established in a process carried out before the launch of
the program. PEO’s were formulated as a result of a series of meetings, comprising of faculty, Program
Assessment Committee(PAC), and Students, Alumni and Recruiters.

PEO’s are formulated / reviewed through a consultative process involving the stakeholders including students, alumni,
industry, employers, faculty and staff members. The PEOs are reviewed through the following process steps:

Step 1: Program outcomes defined by NBA as well as Vision and Mission of the Department are taken as the basic
guide for consultation with various stakeholders.
Step 2: PAC collects the inputs from all stake holders and prepares draft PEOs, which is circulated among all stake
holders for suggestions
Step 3: PAC collates the views and presents the same to the Departmental Advisory Board (DAB).
Step 4: The HOD presents the PEOs to the Board of Studies (BOS) and submit the final version to the Academic
council for approval.

Process for defining PEOs of the Programme

Vision and Mission Vision and Mission POs prescribed


Statements of the Statements of the by
Department University NBA and PSOs

External Stake Holders


Internal Stake Holders  Alumni
 Employers
PAC
 Students  Industry
(Programme Assessment 
 Faculty& Staff Professional Societies
Committee) 
 Management Academicians
 Parents

DAB

BOS

Academic Council

Fig 1.2: Establishing PEOs

1.5. Establish consistency of PEOs with Mission of the Department (10)

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The department made sure that the program educational objectives serve the mission of the department. To ensure that, the
mapping between mission and Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) was developed with justification.

MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4


Create a strong foundation Conduct Produce socially Provide an eco-
Mission Statements on applied interdisciplinary responsible, system to the
mathematics and research leading to ethical and highly students to
fundamentals of the delivery of skilled Mechanical collaborate and
Mechanical innovative Engineering equip them with
Engineering through technologies through graduates with the the necessary
Outcome based Problem/Research ability to use interpersonal skills
Teaching Learning Based Learnings modern tools
Process
Key Aspects: Key Aspects: Key Aspects: Key Aspects:
Team work Interdisciplinary Socially Communication
PEOs Statements Outcome Based Education approach responsible, skills
Teaching Learning Process Research ethical and highly Leadership skills
New Pedagogy Innovation skilled Mechanical
Engineer
Modern tools
The department has well The department is well Students exhibit The faculty members
Graduates of qualified faculty equipped with problems solving in the department
Mechanical members who impart design and skills through encourage and
Engineering will knowledge aligned simulation tools socially relevant guide students to
be engineering with outcome based which students use project based acquire good
professionals and curriculum through for application of learning communication
PEO1 innovators in core innovative teaching knowledge on skills through
engineering, pedagogies. diverse problems. various activities
service industries organized by soft
or pursue higher skill
studies professionals

Correlation Level: 3 Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 2


Graduates of The department is equippedThe department invites Students gain the Students use their
Mechanical with modern tools and industry experts to knowledge of skills to analyze
Engineering will technologies that conduct on-campus different modern real life problems
be team players students use to have a interdisciplinary tools in the of the society and
who are equipped strong foundation and workshops. laboratories that produce
to provide conduct help them to innovative
PEO2 interdisciplinary transform their solutions.
sustainable
research ideas into reality.
solutions for
complex
interdisciplinary
problems using Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 3 Correlation Level: 3 Correlation Level: 2
modern tools

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Graduates of The department organizesThe department invites Students analyze realStudents exhibit
Mechanical various events to senior industry life problems of professionalism,
Engineering will provide opportunities professionals to the society and ethicality, team-
be able to engage to students to emerge share their propose work and
in professional as technically strong experiences which innovative leadership
activities entrepreneurs, leaders help students to solutions with the qualities and
PEO3 ethically and and socially imbibe leadership help of modern interpersonal
thereby enhance responsible citizens. skills and needs of tools skills.
the knowledge the society.
and contribution
towards the
society through Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 2 Correlation Level: 3
life long learning

Table B.1.5: Mapping between mission and PEOs

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CRITERION 2 Program Curriculum and Teaching Learning Processes 100

2.1 Program Curriculum (30)

2.1.1 State the process for designing the program curriculum (10)

Step-1: Program Assessment Committee (PAC) prepares draft curriculum / curricular changes based on the
following:
 Department Vision and Mission
 Program Educational Objectives
 Inputs obtained from stakeholders
 Conclusions drawn from analysis of attainment of COs, POs, PSOs
 Benchmarking of curriculum against same/ similar program(s) run by leading educational
institutions including IITs, NITs, Best Private and Foreign Universities.
 Guidelines of statutory bodies, such as, AICTE / UGC
Step-2: Conduct pre-Board of Studies (pre-BoS) meeting to discuss the draft curriculum and recommend
necessary changes.
Step-3: Conduct Board of Studies (BoS) meeting to finalize the curriculum and syllabi.
Step-4: Hold post BoS meeting to ensure the incorporation in curriculum and syllabi.
Step-5: Submit the final curriculum for approval to Academic Council.

Figure 2.1: Flow chart for design/ revision of Program Curriculum and Syllabi

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2.1.2 Structure of the Curriculum (5)
B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering Program is spread over eight semesters. The curriculum comprises
of Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Program Core, Program
Electives, Projects, Internships and Management components. The credits associated with the courses are
fixed based on the following norms:
The detailed curriculum for the batch, 2014-18, 2013-17, 2012-16 is shown in Table B.2.1.2.(a),
Table B.2.1.2.(b). Table B.2.1.2.(c)
Course Course Total Number of contact hours Credits
Code Title
Lectu Tutori Pract Total
re al (T) ical Hours
(L) (P)
Semester I
LLL111 Basic English - - 4 4 2
CHY111 General Chemistry 3 - - 3 3
PHY111 Modern Physics 3 - - 3 3
MAT111 Matrices and Multivariable Calculus 3 1 - 4 4
LLL101 Universal Human Values and Ethics 3 - - 3 3
EEE101 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 3 - - 3 3
CHY151 Chemistry Laboratory I - - 2 2 1
PHY151 Physics Laboratory I - - 2 2 1
EEE151 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory - - 2 2 1
CLE151 Engineering Graphics - - 4 4 2
Total 15 1 14 30 23
Semester II
LLL121 English Proficency - - 4 4 2
CHY121/ Biological Chemistry/Nanoscience and 3 - - 3 3
122/123/ Nanotechnology/Organic Chemistry/Physical Chemistry
124
PHY121 Condensed Matter Physics 3 - - 3 3
MAT121 Ordinary Differential Equations and Integral Transforms 3 1 - 4 4
CSE101 Computer Programming and Problem Solving 2 - - 2 2
GER101/ Foreign Language 2 - - 2 2
FRE101/
JAP101
CHY141 Chemistry Laboratory II - - 2 2 1
PHY141 Physics – II Laboratory - - 2 2 1
CSE151 Computer Programming and Problem Solving Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE141 Advanced Engineering Graphics - - 4 4 2

21
MEE142 Manufacturing Practices - - 2 2 1
MEE151 Workshop Practice - - 2 2 1
Total 13 1 18 32 23
Semester III
LLL211 English Proficiency and Aptitude Building -2 - - 4 4 2
MAT211 Partial Differential Equations and Complex Analysis 3 1 - 4 4
HUM201 Psychology and Sociology 2 - - 2 2
MEE211 Engineering Mechanics 3 - - 3 3
MEE212 Materials Engineering and Technology 3 - - 3 3
MEE213 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 - - 3 3
MEE214 Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes 3 - - 3 3
MEE215 Instrumentation and Control Engineering 3 - - 3 3
MEE251 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE252 Instrumentation Laboratory - - 2 2 1
Total 20 1 8 29 25
Semester IV
LLL222 English Proficiency and Aptitude Building -3 - - 4 4 2
MAT221 Numerical methods 3 - - 3 3
EVS102 Energy and Environmental Studies 3 - - 3 3
MEE221 Fluid Mechanics 3 1 - 4 3
MEE222 Strength of Materials 3 - - 3 3
MEE223 Kinematics of Machinery 3 - - 3 3
MEE224 Machining Processes and Metrology 3 - - 3 3
MEE241 Computer Aided Machine Drawing - - 4 4 2
MEE242 Strength of Materials Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE243 Materials and Metrology Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MAT241 Numerical Methods Laboratory - - 2 2 1
Total 18 1 14 33 25
Semester V
LLL312 English Proficiency and Aptitude Building -4 - - 4 4 2
MAT311 Probability and Statistics 3 - - 3 3
MEE311 Dynamics of Machinery 3 - - 3 3
MEE312 Design of Machine Elements 3 1 - 4 3
MEE313 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 - - 3 3
MGT302 Industrial Economics and Management 3 - - 3 3
Elective –I 3 - - 3 3

22
MEE351 Dynamics of Machinery Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE352 Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE355 Technical Proficiency in Mechanical Engineering- I - - 2 2 1
Total 18 1 10 29 23
Semester VI
LLL322 Campus- to- Corporate - - 4 4 2
MEE321 Design of Transmission Systems 3 1 - 4 3
MEE322 Thermal Engineering Systems 3 - - 3 3
MEE323 Turbo-machines 3 - - 3 3
Elective –II 3 - - 3 3
Elective –III 3 - - 3 3
MEE341 Thermal Engineering Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE342 Fluid and Turbo-machinery Laboratory - - 2 2 1
MEE344 Hardware Project - - 4 4 2
ITS318 IT Skills in C and C++ Programming - - 2 2 1
ITS319 IT Skills in Databases - - 2 2 1
Total 15 1 16 32 23
Semester VII
MEE411 Operations Research 3 1 - 4 3
MEE412 Power Plant Engineering 3 - - 3 3
MEE413 CAD/CAM 3 - - 3 3
Elective –IV 3 - - 3 3
Elective –V 3 - - 3 3
MEE451 CAD/CAM Laboratory - - 4 4 2
MEE450 Industrial Internship - - - - 2
MEE498 Project work-1 - - 10 10 5
Total 15 1 14 30 24
Semester VIII
MEE499 Project work-2 - - 30 30 15
Overall total 245 181

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List of Program Electives

Sl. No Course Code Course Title L T P C


Elective I
1 MEE371 Welding Engineering 3 - - 3
2 MEE372 Composite Materials 3 - - 3
3 MEE373 Internal Combustion Engines 3 - - 3
4 MEE374 Fluid Power Systems 3 - - 3
5 MEE375 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion 3 - - 3
Elective II
6 MEE376 Tool Design 3 - - 3
7 MEE377 Advanced Machining Processes 3 - - 3
8 MEE378 Fuels and Combustion 3 - - 3
9 MEE379 Surface Modification Technologies 3 - - 3
10 MEE361 Non-Destructive Evaluation and Testing 3 - - 3
Elective III
11 MEE362 Automobile Engineering 3 - - 3
12 MEE363 Mechanical Vibrations 3 - - 3
13 MEE364 Mechatronics 3 - - 3
14 MEE365 Product Design 3 - - 3
15 MEE366 Metal Forming Theory and Practice 3 - - 3
16 MEE367 Renewable Energy Sources 3 - - 3
Elective IV
17 MEE368 Production Planning and Control 3 - - 3
18 MEE369 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 - - 3
19 MEE471 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3 - - 3
20 MEE472 Nanomaterials /MEMS 3 - - 3
21 MEE473 New Venture Planning and Management 3 - - 3
22 MEE474 Optimization techniques in Engineering 3 - - 3
Elective V
23 MEE475 Rapid Manufacturing Technologies 3 - - 3
24 MEE476 Finite Element Analysis 3 - - 3
25 MEE477 Cryogenic Engineering 3 - - 3
26 MEE478 Lean Enterprises and New Manufacturing Technology 3 - - 3
27 MEE479 Robotics 3 - - 3

# Seminars, project works are considered as practical

Table B.2.1.2.(a): Curriculum for Batch 2014-18

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Course Course Total Number of contact hours Credit
Code Title s
Lectu Tuto Practi Total
re rial cal (P) Hours
(L) (T)
Semester I
ENG103 Communicative English-I 2 - 2 4 3
CHY103 Chemistry – I 3 - 2 5 4
PHY101 Engineering Physics – I 3 - 2 5 4
MAT101 Engineering Mathematics – I 3 1 - 4 4
LLL101 Universal Human Values and 3 - - 3 3
Ethics
EEE101 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 3 - 2 5 4

MEE101 Engineering Graphics-I - - 4 4 2


MEE102 Workshop Practice - - 2 2 1
Total 17 1 14 32 25
Semester II
LLL121 Professional English-II - 1 2 3 2
PHY102 Engineering Physics – II 3 - 2 5 4
MAT102 Engineering Mathematics – II 3 1 - 4 4
MEE141 Advanced Engineering - - 4 4 2
Graphics
MEE142 Manufacturing Practices - - 2 2 1
CSE101 Computer Programming and Problem Solving 2 - 2 4 3
CHY104/ Biological Chemistry/Nanoscience and Nano
3 - 2 5 4
105/106/107 technology/Organic Chemistry/Physical Chemistry
GER101/FRE Foreign Language 2 - - 2 2
101/ JAP101/
ESP101
Total 13 2 14 29 22
Semester III
LLL211 Professional Communication - 1 2 3 2
MAT201 Engineering Mathematics – III 3 1 - 4 4
EVS102 Energy and Environmental Studies 3 - - 3 3
MEE211 Engineering Mechanics 3 - - 3 3
MEE212 Materials Engineering and Technology 3 - - 3 3
MEE213 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 - - 3 3
MEE214 Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes 3 - - 3 3
MEE215 Instrumentation and Control Engineering 3 - - 3 3
MEE251 Manufacturing Process Laboratory - - 2 2 1

25
MEE252 Instrumentation and Control Engineering Lab - - 2 2 1
Total 21 2 6 29 26
Semester IV
LLL221 Aptitude Building-1 - 1 2 3 2
MAT202 Applied Numerical Methods 3 - 2 5 4
HUM111 Psychology and Sociology 2 - - 2 2
MEE221 Fluid Mechanics 3 - - 3 3
MEE222 Strength of Materials 3 - - 3 3
MEE223 Kinematics of Machinery 3 - - 3 3
MEE224 Machining Processes and Metrology 3 - - 3 3
MEE241 Computer Aided Machine Drawing - - 4 4 2
MEE242 Strength of Materials Lab - - 2 2 1
MEE243 Materials and Metrology Lab - - 2 2 1
Total 17 1 12 30 24
Semester V
LLL311 English Proficiency and Aptitude Building -4 - - 4 4 2
MAT311 Probability and Statistics 3 - - 3 3
MEE311 Dynamics of Machinery 3 - - 3 3
MEE312 Design of Machine Elements 3 - - 3 3
MEE313 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 - - 3 3
MEE355 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engineering-I - - 2 2 1
Elective –I 3 - - 3 3
MEE351 Dynamics of Machinery Lab - - 2 2 1
MEE352 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab - - 2 2 1
Total 15 - 10 25 20
Semester VI
LLL322 Campus- to- Corporate - - 4 4 2
MEE321 Design of Transmission Systems 3 1 - 4 3
MEE322 Thermal Engineering Systems 3 - - 3 3
MEE323 Turbo-machines 3 - - 3 3
Elective –II 3 - - 3 3
Elective –III 3 - - 3 3
MEE345 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engg-II - - 2 2 1
MEE341 Thermal Engineering Lab - - 2 2 1
MEE342 Fluid Mechanics and Turbo-machinery Lab - - 2 2 1
MEE344 Hardware Project - - 4 4 2

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MGT302 Industrial Economics and Management 3 - - 3 3
Total 18 1 14 33 25
Semester VII
MEE411 Operations Research 3 1 - 4 3
MEE412 Power Plant Engineering 3 - - 3 3
MEE413 CAD/CAM 2 - - 2 2
Elective –IV 3 - - 3 3
Elective –V 3 - - 3 3
MEE451 CAD/CAM Lab - - 2 2 1
MEE455 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engg-III - - 2 2 1
MEE450 Industrial Internship - - - - 2
MEE498 Project work-1 - - 10 10 5
Total 14 1 14 29 23
Semester VIII
MEE499 Project Work-2 - - 30 30 15
Overall total 237 180

List of Program Electives

Sl. No Course Code Course Title L T P C


Elective I
1 MEE371 Welding Engineering 3 - - 3
2 MEE372 Composite Materials 3 - - 3
3 MEE373 Internal Combustion Engines 3 - - 3
4 MEE374 Fluid Power Systems 3 - - 3
5 MEE375 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion 3 - - 3
Elective II
6 MEE376 Tool Design 3 - - 3
7 MEE377 Advanced Machining Processes 3 - - 3
8 MEE378 Fuels and Combustion 3 - - 3
9 MEE379 Surface Modification Technologies 3 - - 3
10 MEE361 Non-Destructive Evaluation and Testing 3 - - 3
Elective III
11 MEE362 Automobile Engineering 3 - - 3
12 MEE363 Mechanical Vibrations 3 - - 3
13 MEE364 Mechatronics 3 - - 3
14 MEE365 Product Design 3 - - 3

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15 MEE366 Metal Forming Theory and Practice 3 - - 3
16 MEE367 Renewable Energy Sources 3 - - 3
Elective IV
17 MEE368 Production Planning and Control 3 - - 3
18 MEE369 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 - - 3
19 MEE471 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3 - - 3
20 MEE472 Nanomaterials /MEMS 3 - - 3
21 MEE473 New Venture Planning and Management 3 - - 3
22 MEE474 Optimization techniques in Engineering 3 - - 3
Elective V
23 MEE475 Rapid Manufacturing Technologies 3 - - 3
24 MEE476 Finite Element Analysis 3 - - 3
25 MEE477 Cryogenic Engineering 3 - - 3
26 MEE478 Lean Enterprises and New Manufacturing Technology 3 - - 3
27 MEE479 Robotics 3 - - 3
# Seminars, project works are considered as practical

Table B.2.1.2.(b): Curriculum for Batch 2013-17

Course Course Total Number of contact hours Credits


Code Title
Lectu Tuto Pra Total
re rial ctic Hours
(L) (T) al
(P)
Semester I
ENG103 Communicative English – I 2 0 2 4 3
CHY101 Chemistry – I 3 0 2 5 4
PHY101 Engineering Physics – I 3 0 2 5 4
MAT101 Engineering Mathematics – I 3 1 0 4 4
EVS101 Environmental Studies 3 0 0 3 3
EEE101 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 3 0 2 5 4
MEE101 Engineering Graphics – I 0 0 4 4 2
MEE102 Workshop Practice – I 0 0 2 2 1
Total 17 1 14 32 25
Semester II
ENG104 Communicative English– II 2 0 2 4 3
PHY102 Engineering Physics – II 3 0 2 5 4
MAT102 Engineering Mathematics – II 3 1 0 4 4

28
MEE103 Engineering Graphics – II 0 0 4 4 2
MEE104 Workshop Practice – II 0 0 2 2 1
CSE101 Computer Programming and Problem Solving 2 0 2 4 3
CHY104/ Biological Chemistry/Nanoscience and Nanotechnology/Organic 3 0 2 5 4
105/106/ Chemistry/Physical Chemistry
107
GER101/F Foreign Language 2 0 0 2 2
RE101/
JAP101/
ESP101
Total 15 1 14 30 23
Semester III
MAT201 Engineering Mathematics – III 3 1 0 4 4
MEE201 Engineering Mechanics 4 0 0 4 4
MEE202 Materials Engineering and Technology 3 0 2 5 4
MEE203 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 0 0 3 3
MEE204 Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes 3 0 2 5 4
MEE205 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 0 0 4 4 2
MEE206 Instrumentation and Control Engineering 3 0 2 5 4
Total 19 1 10 30 25
Semester IV
LLL221 Professional English -IV 0 1 4 5 3
MAT202 Applied Numerical Methods 3 0 2 5 4
MEE207 Fluid Mechanics 3 0 2 5 4
MEE208 Strength of Materials 3 0 2 5 4
MEE209 Kinematics of Machinery 3 0 0 3 3
MEE210 Thermal Engineering Systems 3 0 2 5 4
MEE211 Machining Processes and Metrology 3 0 2 5 4
MEE212 Power Plant Engineering 3 0 0 3 3
Total 21 1 14 36 29
Semester V
LLL311 Aptitude Building -II 0 0 4 4 2
MEE301 Dynamics of Machinery 3 0 2 5 4
MEE302 Design of Machine Elements 3 0 0 3 3
MEE303 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 0 2 5 4
MEE304 Turbomachines 3 0 2 5 4
HUM201 Psychology and Sociology 2 0 0 2 2
Elective –I 3 0 0 3 3

29
Elective –II 3 0 0 3 3
Total 20 0 10 30 25
Semester VI
LLL321 Campus to Corporate 0 0 4 4 2
LLL101 Universal Human Values and Ethics 3 0 0 3 3
MEE306 Design of Transmission Systems 4 0 0 4 4
MEE307 CAD/CAM 2 0 2 4 3
MEE308 Industrial Engineering and Management 3 0 0 3 3
Elective –III 3 0 0 3 3
Elective –IV 3 0 0 3 3
MEE355 Hardware Project 0 0 4 4 2
MEE356 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engg-I 0 0 2 2 1
Total 18 0 12 30 24
Semester VII
MEE401 Operations Research 3 0 0 3 3
MEE350 Industrial Internship - - - - 2
Elective –V 3 0 0 3 3
MEE498 Project Work-1 - - 10 10 5
MEE345 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engg-II 0 0 2 2 1
MEE455 Technical Proficiency in Mech. Engg-III 0 0 2 2 1
Total 6 - 14 20 15
Semester VIII
MEE499 Project Work-2 - - 30 30 15
Overall total 238 181

List of Program Electives


Sl. No Course Code Course Title L T P C
Elective I
1 MEE371 Welding Engineering 3 - - 3
2 MEE372 Composite Materials 3 - - 3
3 MEE373 Internal Combustion Engines 3 - - 3
4 MEE374 Fluid Power Systems 3 - - 3

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5 MEE375 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion 3 - - 3
Elective II
6 MEE376 Tool Design 3 - - 3
7 MEE377 Advanced Machining Processes 3 - - 3
8 MEE378 Fuels and Combustion 3 - - 3
9 MEE379 Surface Modification Technologies 3 - - 3
10 MEE361 Non-Destructive Evaluation and Testing 3 - - 3
Elective III
11 MEE362 Automobile Engineering 3 - - 3
12 MEE363 Mechanical Vibrations 3 - - 3
13 MEE364 Mechatronics 3 - - 3
14 MEE365 Product Design 3 - - 3
15 MEE366 Metal Forming Theory and Practice 3 - - 3
16 MEE367 Renewable Energy Sources 3 - - 3
Elective IV
17 MEE368 Production Planning and Control 3 - - 3
18 MEE369 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 - - 3
19 MEE471 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3 - - 3
20 MEE472 Nanomaterials /MEMS 3 - - 3
21 MEE473 New Venture Planning and Management 3 - - 3
22 MEE474 Optimization techniques in Engineering 3 - - 3
Elective V
23 MEE475 Rapid Manufacturing Technologies 3 - - 3
24 MEE476 Finite Element Analysis 3 - - 3
25 MEE477 Cryogenic Engineering 3 - - 3
26 MEE478 Lean Enterprises and New Manufacturing Technology 3 - - 3
27 MEE479 Robotics 3 - - 3
# Seminars, project works are considered as practical

Table B.2.1.2.(c): Curriculum for Batch 2012-16

2.1.3. State the components of the curriculum (5)

The curriculum offered at the Department of Mechanical engineering, is set in line with AICTE
guideline, comprising of the courses from Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Humanities and Social
Sciences, Core Mechanical Papers, Electives from various specializations, Management papers, Projects, Project
Based Learning and mandatory internships. Credit Split-up for various components offered for 2014-18 batches
is shown in Table B.2.1.3
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Course Component Curriculum Content Total number of Total number of
(% of total number of contact hours per week Credits
credits of the program )
Basic Sciences 19.88 41 36
Engineering Sciences 9.94 24 18
Humanities and Social Sciences 9.94 33 18
Program Core 38.12 89 69
Program Electives 8.28 15 15
Project(s) 11.04 40 20
Internships/Seminars 1.10 - 2
Management 1.65 3 3
Total number of Credits 181

Table B.2.1.3.(a): Components of the curriculum (2014-18)

Internships/Seminars Management

Basic Sciences
Program
Electives Project(s) Engineering Sciences
Basic Sciences

Engineering Humanities and Social


Sciences Sciences
Program Core

Program Core Program Electives

Project(s)

Internships/Seminars
Humanities
and Social
Management
Sciences

Figure 2.2.(a): Components of the Curriculum (2014-18)

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Course Component Curriculum Content Total number of Total number of
(% of total number of contact hours per week Credits
credits of the program )
Basic Sciences 19.88 41 36
Engineering Sciences 9.94 24 18
Humanities and Social Sciences 9.94 33 18
Program Core 38.12 89 68
Program Electives 8.28 15 15
Project(s) 11.04 40 20
Internships/Seminars 1.10 - 2
Management 1.65 3 3
Total number of Credits 180

Table B.2.1.3 (b): Components of the curriculum (2013-17)

Internships/Seminars Management Basic Sciences

Engineering Sciences
Program
Electives Project(s)
Basic Sciences Humanities and Social Sciences

Engineering
Program Core
Sciences

Program Electives
Program Core
Project(s)

Internships/Seminars
Humanities and Social
Sciences
Management

Figure 2.2.(b): Components of the Curriculum (2013-17)

Course Component Curriculum Content Total number of Total number of


(% of total number of contact hours per week Credits
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credits of the program )

Basic Sciences 19.88 41 36

Engineering Sciences 9.94 24 18

Humanities and Social Sciences 9.94 33 18

Program Core 38.12 89 69

Program Electives 8.28 15 15

Project(s) 11.04 40 20

Internships/Seminars 1.10 - 2

Management 1.65 3 3

Total number of Credits 181

Table B.2.1.3(c): Components of the curriculum (2012-16)

Management
Internships/Seminars
Basic Sciences
Program Electives
Project(s) Engineering Sciences
Basic Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences


Engineering Sciences
Program Core
Humanities and
Social Sciences Program Electives
Program Core

Project(s)

Internships/Seminars

Management

Figure 2.2.(c): Components of the Curriculum (2012-16)

2.1.4. State the process used to identify extent of compliance of the curriculum for attaining the Program
Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes as mentioned in Annexure I (10)

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The curriculum for B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering maintains a balance among various categories of
courses from Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Humanities and Management, Projects and Internship
components. The syllabus for each course has been designed to meet compliance of the curriculum for attaining
the POs and PSOs defined for the program.

The Program Specific outcomes (PSOs) of Mechanical Engineering are

PSO1: To apply engineering graphics and solid modelling skills to perform tasks in the area of Product development.

PSO2: To perform tasks related to design, model and documentation of manufacturing Industries.

Process used to identify extent of compliance of the curriculum

 Program curriculum and syllabus is approved by Board of Studies and the assessment of the curriculum
and syllabus is done by internal and external members.
 All courses of the program are mapped with the POs and PSOs along with their level of correlation: 1
(low), 2(medium) and 3 (high). (Refer Table B.2.1.4 (b)).
 It is ensured that all POs/PSOs are adequately covered by the courses being taught and each course is
mapped to highly correlation level with at least one PO. It also ensured that all POs/PSOs have high
correlation with adequate number of courses.
 In the final curriculum, each of the POs/PSOs is mapped with the courses with high (3) correlation.
 Feedback from Students, Parents, Recruiters, Industry, and Alumni are taken for indirect assessment.
From the direct and indirect assessment, POs and PSOs are calculated.

The courses that are highly correlated with each of the POs and PSOs are shown in table B.2.1.4 (a)

POs/P Courses Mapped Significantly


SOs
MEE211, MAT211, MEE211, MEE212, MEE213, MEE214, MEE215,MEE251, MEE252, MAT221,MEE221,
MEE222,MEE223, MEE224, MEE241, MEE242, MEE243,MAT311, MEE311, MEE312, MEE313,MGT304,
PO1 MEE314,MEE315,MEE351,MEE352,MEE355,MEE321,MEE322,MEE323,MEE341,MEE342,MEE344,ITS318,
ITS319,MEE411,MEE412,MEE413,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE371,MEE373,MEE374,MEE376,
MEE377,MEE378,MEE361,MEE362,MEE365,MEE366,MEE367,MEE368,MEE369,MEE471,MEE475,
MEE476, MEE479
MAT211, MEE211, MEE213, MEE214, MEE215, MEE251, MEE252, MAT221,MEE221, MEE222,
PO2 MEE223,MEE224,MEE241,MEE243,MAT241,MAT311,MEE311,MEE312,MEE313,MGT304,MEE314MEE31
5,MEE351,MEE352,MEE355,MEE321,MEE322,MEE323,MEE341,MEE342,MEE344,ITS318,ITS319,MEE411,
MEE412,MEE413,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE371,MEE373,MEE374,MEE376,MEE377,Mee378,
MEE361,MEE362,MEE365,MEE366,MEE367,MEE368,MEE369,MEE471,MEE475,MEE476,MEE479
MAT211, MEE211, MEE212, MEE213, MEE215, MAT221,MEE221, MEE222, MEE223, MEE224,
PO3 MEE241,MEE243,MAT241,MAT311,MEE311,MEE312,MEE313,MGT304,MEE315,MEE352,MEE355,MEE32
1,MEE322,MEE341,MEE342,ITS318,ITS319,MEE411,MEE412,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE371,
MEE373,MEE374,MEE376,MEE377,MEE378,MEE361,MEE362,MEE365,MEE367,MEE368,MEE369,MEE47
1,MEE476,MEE479
MAT211, MEE213, MAT221,MAT311, MEE312, MEE313,MGT304, MEE314, MEE315, MEE352, ,

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PO4 MEE322,MEE341,MEE342,ITS318,ITS319,MEE412,MEE373,MEE374,MEE378,MEE362,MEE365,MEE366,M
EE367,MEE369, MEE471
LLL211, MEE212, MEE214, MEE251, LLL222, MEE221, MEE241,LLL312, MEE311, MEE312, MEE313,
PO5 MGT304,MEE314, MEE315,MEE351, MEE352, LLL322,MEE321, MEE322,MEE342,
MEE344,ITS318,ITS319,MEE411,MEE412,MEE413,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE373,MEE374,M
EE376,MEE378,MEE361,MEE362,MEE365,MEE367,MEE369,MEE471,MEE475,MEE476,MEE479
LLL211,MAT211,EVS102,HUM201,LLL222,MAT221,LLL312,MAT311,MGT304,MEE315,LLL322,MEE344,
PO6 MEE412,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE377,MEE361,MEE365,MEE366,MEE368,MEE479
PO7 EVS102,HUM201,MEE224, MEE243, MEE315, MEE3344, MEE412, MEE450, MEE498, MEE499, MEE371,
MEE373,MEE377,MEE378,MEE362,MEE367
PO8 LLL211,EVS102,HUM201,LLL222,LLL312,MEE312,MGT304,LLL322,MEE321,MEE344,MEE450,MEE498,
MEE499
MEE212, MEE251, EVS102,HUM201,MEE224, MEE242, MEE243, MGT304,MEE314, MEE351,
PO9 MEE352,MEE355,MEE342,MEE344,ITS318,ITS319,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE371,MEE376,M
EE377,MEE361,MEE365,MEE366,MEE368
LLL211,MEE212,MEE251,EVS102,HUM201,LLL222,MEE224,MEE242,MAT241,LLL312,MGT304,MEE314,
PO10 MEE351,MEE353,MEE355,LLL322,MEE323,MEE344,MEE411,MEE451,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE371
,MEE376,MEE377,MEE361,MEE366,MEE368,MEE475
PO11 MGT304,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499
PO12 LLL211,MAT211,MEE213,EVS102,HUM201,LLL222,MAT221,MEE221,MEE243,MAT241,LLL312,MAT311,
MEE312,MEE313,MGT304,MEE315,MEE352,LLL322,MEE321,MEE322,MEE342,MEE412,MEE450,MEE498
,MEE499,MEE373,MEE374,MEE378,MEE362,MEE367,MEE369,MEE471
PSO1 MEE211,MEE214,MEE221,MEE222,ME241,MEE344,MEE413,MEE498,MEE499,MEE365,MEE369,MEE476
PSO2 MEE214,MEE251,MEE223,MEE241,MEE312,MEE321,MEE344,MEE413,MEE450,MEE498,MEE499,MEE37
1,MEE376,MEE377,MEE378,MEE365,MEE368,MEE475

Table: B.2.1.4 (a): POs/PSOs Vs Courses Mapped with High Correlation

PSO 2
PSO 1
PO 11

PO 12
PO10
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

Course

EEE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MAT111 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
PHY111 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - - -
CHY111 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - - -
CLE151 3 - 2 - 3 - - - - 3 - - - -
LLL111 - - - - - - - - 2 3 - 3 - -
JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 2 - -
EEE151 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
CHY151 2 2 - - - 1 1 - 2 - - - - -
PHY151 2 - - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
LLL101 - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - -
LLL121 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 3 - -
PHY121 2 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
CHY122 2 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - -
MAT121 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - - -
CSE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
CHY141 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
CSE151 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
MEE141 3 - 2 - 3 - - - - 3 - - - -
MEE151 3 2 - - - 2 - - 2 - - - - -
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LLL 211 - - - - - 2 - - - 3 - 2 - -
MAT211 3 3 2 1 - - - - - - - 1 - -
MEE211 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
MEE212 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE213 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - - - - 1 - -
MEE214 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 3
MEE215 2 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE251 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - 3
MEE252 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
EVS102 2 - - - - 2 3 3 - 3 - 3 - -
HUM201 - - - - - 3 - 3 2 2 - 2 - -
LLL222 - - - - - 2 - - - 3 - 2 - -
MAT221 3 3 2 2 - 2 - - - - - 1 - -
MEE221 3 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - -
MEE222 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE223 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE224 3 2 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3
MEE241 3 2 1 - 3 - - - - - - - 3 3
MEE242 3 3 2 - - - - - 2 1 - - - -
MEE243 2 - - - - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
MAT241 3 3 2 1 - - - - - - - 1 - -
LLL312 - - - - - 2 - - - 3 - 2 - -
MAT311 3 3 2 1 - - - - - - - 1 - -
MEE311 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE312 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2 1
MEE313 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
MGT302 2 3 2 2 - 2 - 1 1 1 1 2 - -
MEE351 2 3 2 2 - - - - 2 1 - - - -
MEE352 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
MEE355 3 3 2 2 2 1 - - - 1 - - - -
LLL322 - - - - - 2 - - - 3 - 2 - -
MEE321 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2 1
MEE322 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
MEE323 3 2 2 1 - - - - - - - - - -
MEE341 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
MEE342 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
MEE344 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 3
ITS318 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
ITS319 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
MEE411 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -
MEE412 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
MEE413 2 3 3 2 3 - - - - 1 - - 3 3
MEE451 2 3 3 - 3 - - - 2 1 - - - -
MEE450 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 - 3
MEE498 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3
MEE499 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3

Table B.2.1.4 (b): Mapping between courses and POs/PSOs

2.2. Teaching-Learning Processes (70)

2.2.1. Describe Processes followed to improve quality of Teaching & Learning (15)

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To strengthen the teaching-learning process, following initiatives have been taken:

1. Adherence to Academic Calendar


(i) Preparation of academic action plans
2. Pedagogical Initiatives - Content Delivery (method of instruction)
(i) Moodle based LMS
(ii) On-line digital books for self learning (Mc Graw Hill)
(iii) QBMS – Inpods
(iv) Course Handouts
(v) Project Based Learning
(vi) Flipped Class
(vii) Continuous Assessment Test
3. Methodologies to support weak students and encourage bright Students
(i) Mentoring System
(ii) Identification of Week Students / Fast Learners
(iii) Action Taken
4. Quality of Class Room Teaching
5. Conduct of Experiments
6. Student Feedback and action taken
7. Department Quality Assurance Cell

1. Adherence to Academic calendar

Academic Calendar: Department prepares its own action plan in alignment with to University academic
calendar University prior to the commencement of the semester. Action plan includes major routine tasks for
timely execution of the teaching/learning and other academic activities such as, Periodical Project presentation,
conducting Quality Circle Meeting (QCM), Periodical student feedback, etc. for smooth execution of Teaching &
Learning process. A sample of departmental action plan in adherence to the University academic calendar is
presented in Table B.2.2.1 (a).

Departmental Period Remarks


Action Plans
Course choices 2-3 weeks prior to the Course choices are requested from faculty members for the
from faculty
commencement of forthcoming semester
members semester
Load Distribution
2-3 weeks prior to the Allotment of courses are done by the HoD based on the faculty
commencement of members specialization or based on the expertise on a
semester particular Course
Time Table 2 weeks prior to the Time table is prepared by the Time-table committee and the
Uploading commencement of same is uploaded in the University ERP.
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semester
Course Plan 2 weeks prior to the Course plans are collected from the faculty members for their
commencement of respective courses
semester
Summer/ Winter As per University calendar 2 vacation slots have been prepared at the department level
Vacation aligned with University calendar.
CAT and ETE 2 weeks for CAT and 3 Question papers have been collected from the faculty members
question papers weeks for ETE prior to the and reviewed at the department level
commencement of
examination
QCM meeting As per University calendar Quality Circle Meeting (QCM meeting) is done with students
at the Program level regarding Course coverage, Teaching
methodologies and Improvement (if any).
Project Based Within 1 week after Students are allowed to form their group and choose the guide,
Learning (PBL) commencement of identifies the Project and same is submitted to PBL coordinator
(II and III year) semester for record.
Project (IV Year) One month prior to the Students are allowed to form their group and choose the guide
commencement of the VII based on the area of interest, identifies the Project and same is
semester. submitted to Project coordinator for record.
Project coordinator prepares the schedules for Review and
Presentation.

Table B.2.2.1 (a): Guidelines for Preparing Department Action Plan

Proposed Dates Tasks


22 to 28Dec-2018 Online registration for winter Semester (2018-19)
2-4 Jan-19 Physical Registration by students
5-Jan-19 Commencement of classes
10-Jan-19 Seminar on Electric Vehicle Design & Development by ISIEINDIA
15 to 17-Jan19 Add/ Drop of elective Courses
20-Jan-19 Declaration of End Term Results
27 to 31 Jan 19 Quality Circle Meeting (QCM 1)
06 to 10 Feb 2019 Organized the Final Round of 5th ISIE-FORMULA IMPERIAL at Galgotias
University and Buddh International Circuit (BIC) Greater Noida in association with
In association with Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers-ISIEINDIA (An ISO
9001:2008)
10 Feb 2019 Galgotias University’s Mechanical Student Win 1st Prize in 5 th ISIE-FORMULA
IMPERIAL
10 to 14 Feb 19 First round of Quiz, Assignment, students seminar
14 Feb 19 Resolution of attendance issues by students
16 Feb 19 Hall Ticket Distribution for CAT1
18 to 22 Feb 19 Conduction on CAT –I
22 Feb-27 Feb-19 Organized the Final Round of 4th Formula Green Event and 6th GKDC at Galgotias
University and Buddh International Circuit (BIC) Greater Noida in association with
Indian Society of New Era Engineers.
24Feb to 26Feb 19 Four Faculty Participation in Three-day Workshop on IUCEE International Engineering
Educators' Certification Program of PHASE I
25 to 28 Feb 19 Showing the CAT1 answer sheets to students

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26 to 02 March 19 Familiarization about the process of OBE to students
01 to 02 March 19 Faculty to submit the marks analysis report to PCs and marks to COE
03 March19 Compilation of Marks Analysis report of CAT-1 by school and submit PVCs/VC
06 March19 Marks uploading in Master soft and CO attainment calculation in INPOD of CAT1
02 to 08March 19 Student Feedback (Online-1)
02 to 08March 19 Second round of Quiz, Assignment, students seminar
23 to 27 March 19 Quality Circle Meeting (QCM-II)
29 to 30 March 19 Report of QCM to presented to VC
30 March19 G Qusar (GU student Fest)
06 April19 Resolution of attendance issues by students
08 April19 Hall Ticket Distribution for CAT-II
11 to 18 April19 Continuous Assessment Test-II (CAT –II)
22 to 24 April19 Showing the CAT-2 answer sheets to students
23 to 27 April19 Faculty to submit the marks analysis report to PCs and marks to COE
23 to 27 April19 Third round of Quiz, Assignment, students seminar
24 to 29 April19 Quality Circle Meeting (QCM-III)
25 to 30 April19 Marks uploading in Master soft and CO attainment calculation in INPOD of CAT2
30 April19 Report of QCM to presented to VC
26April Student Feedback (Online-III)
to 02 May19
28 to 30 April19 Compilation of Marks Analysis report of CAT-2 by school and submit PVCs/VC
01 May19 Resolution of attendance issues by students and last Instruction days
04 May19 Hall Ticket Distribution (Laboratory and Theory Courses)
05 May19 Farewell to passing out students
06 to10 May19 ETE for LAB Courses
13 to 24 May19 ETE for Theory Courses
03 June 2019 Commencement of classes for Summer Semester
05 June 19 Board of Studies (BOS) Meeting
12 June 19 Annual Academic Audit

Table B.2.2.1 (a) Sample Mechanical Department Action Plan - winter 2018-19

Proposed Dates Tasks


03 to 07-Jul-2017 Mandatory Online Registration for Odd Semester
08 to 15-Jul-2017 Summer End Term Examination
By 17-Jul-2017 Physical Registration
24 to 26-Jul-2017 Add/ Drop Courses
08 to 14-Aug-2017 Quiz 1 on Moodle
23-Aug-17 Publication of debar status and hall ticket generation for CAT-I
04 to 06-Sep 2017 QCM(Quality Circle Meeting)
14 to 18-Sep-2017 Mid Term student feedback
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22 to 28-Sep-2017 Quiz 2 on Moodle
13-Oct-17 Debar status along with hall ticket generation for CAT-II
16 to 18-Oct-2017 Conduction on CAT –II
13 to 17-Nov-2017 ETE (End Term Examination) labs
20 to 30-Nov-2017 ETE (End Term Examination) Theory
18 to 22-Dec-2017 Online registration for winter Semester
2-Jan-18 Physical Registration
3-Jan-18 Commencement of classes
10-Jan-18 Declaration of End Term Results
14 to 16-Jan-2018 Add/ Drop Courses
27-Jan-18 Quiz 1 on Moodle
18-Feb-18 Publication of debar status and hall ticket generation for CAT-I
25-Feb-18 QCM(Quality Circle Meeting) I
30-Feb-2018 Mid Term student feedback
2-Mar-18 Quiz 2 on Moodle
9-Apr-18 Debar status along with Hall Ticket generation for CAT-II
10 to 13-Apr-2018 Conduction on CAT –II
20 to 25-Apr-2018 QCM(Quality Circle Meeting) II
27-Apr-18 Student Feedback Online
28-Apr-18 ETE (End Term Examination) Labs
07 to 18-May-2018 ETE (End Term Examination) Theory

Table B.2.2.1 (b) Sample Mechanical Department Action Plan - winter 2017-18

Proposed Dates Tasks


21-25 Nov 2016
Internal Lab Assessment, Odd (Fall) Term, 2016-17
(Monday-Friday)
15-23 Nov 2016 Students, Feedback (Online)
25 Nov 2016 (Friday) Last Instructional day
Declaration of students' debarred list for
25 Nov 2016 (Friday)
end term examination of laboratory and theory courses
28 Nov-03 Dec 2016
Display of internal Marks
(Mon-Thu)
26 Nov to 02 Dec
End Term Examination for Laboratory courses
2016 (Sat-Friday)
05-16 Dec. 2016
End Term Examination for Theory courses
(Monday-Friday)
13 Dec 2016
(Id-E-Milad)
(Tuesday)
19 Dec - 23 Dec 2016
Online course registration for Even (Winter) Term 2016-17
(Mon-Friday)
19 Dec.2016-01
Winter vacation
Jan.17
25-Dec-16 Christmas day
01 Jan 2017 (Sun) New year day
02 Jan 2017 Declaration of results of End Term Examination
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(Monday)
02-04 January 2017
Confirmation of Registration (Manual) for Even Term, 2016-17
(Monday-Wednesday)
03-01--2017
Commencement of Classes
(Tuesday)
09-11 January 2017
Add/ Drop of elective Courses
(Monday-Wednesday)
26 Jan (Thu) Republic Day
30 Jan-03 Feb (Mon-
Quiz - I
Fri)
13 Feb (Mon) Hall ticket distribution
15 Feb-17 Feb (Wed-
Continuous Assessment Test-I (CAT-I)
Fri)
16 Feb- 23 Feb (Thu-
Showing CAT-I Answer sheet to students & upload marks in WEB-SIM
Thu)
27-28 Feb (Mon-Tue) Generation of marks analysis report by schools
24 Feb (Fri) Maha Shivaratri
27 Feb -03 Mar (Mon- Quality Circle Meeting -I (QCM-I)
Fri)
13 Mar (Mon) Holi
27-31 Mar (Mon-Fri) Quiz - II
03 Apr (Mon) Hall ticket distribution
10-13Apr (Mon-Thu) Continuous Assessment Test-II (CAT-II)
04 Apr (Tue) Rama Navami
9 Apr (MON) Mahavir Jayanti
14 Apr (Fri) Good Friday
17-20 Apr (Mon-Thu) Showing CAT-II Answer sheet to students & Submission of Marks by Faculty
24-25 Apr (Mon-Tue) Generation of marks analysis report by schools
17-21 Apr (Mon-Fri) Quality Circle Meeting -II
24-27 Apr (Mon-Thu) Student Feedback (Online)
24-28 Apr (Mon-Fri) Internal Lab Assessment
28 Apr (Fri) Hall Ticket Distribution (Laboratory and Theory Courses)
28 Apr (Fri) Farewell to passing out students
29 Apr-05 May (Sat-
End Term Examination for Laboratory courses
Fri)
01-05 May (Mon-Fri) Display of internal Marks
01-05 May (Mon-Fri) Registration for Summer Term Courses, 2016-17
08-19 May (Mon-Fri) End Term Examination for Theory courses
10 May (Wed) Budh Poornima
22May - 17 Jul, 2016 Industrial Training/ Summer-Break for Students
26 June (Mon) Id-ul-fitr

Table B.2.2.1 (c) Sample Mechanical Department Action Plan - winter 2016-17

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2. Pedagogical Initiatives

Pedagogies play an important role in delivering of content and it varies with the
audience. Course allocation is made based on the choice/ expertise of the faculty members one
month before the commencement of semester. Once the courses are allocated, the faculty
members prepare a detailed course plan, assignments questions, quiz questions etc. for a
particular course. Course handout and materials are prepared keeping in mind the lesson plan
and course outcomes. Course handout and any other related material uploaded on the Learning
Management Systems (LMS) intranet. Faculty members use various pedagogical methods for
effective teaching learning process. A well-defined process for course allotment and load
distribution is adopted at the department level. Three to four choices are solicited from the
faculty members.

Various pedagogical initiatives to achieve the outcomes of teaching are:

 Citing real world examples for application based courses.


 Power Point Presentation PPTs
 Animated videos
 Access to study material in ERP
 Digital texts enable real time learning, monitoring, comprehension and online
assessment
 LMS (Moodle) for Quiz, VPL, Assignment, Notes, etc.
 ERP (Mastersoft: Rfcampus) for attendance, feedback, etc.
 Case studies
 Flipped Class Rooms
 Project based Learning
 Research based learning
 Workshops
 Expert talk
 Group discussions/tasks
 Use of Open Source Software.
 ICT based learning: Use of LCD projectors and provision for interactive teaching
learning

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 Collaborative / Cooperative teaching/ learning: Students share knowledge or discuss
topics in small group or in peer mode

 NPTEL and SWAYAM: The faculty members are using E-sources such as NPTEL
and SWAYAM courses for effective teaching. The same also provided to the students in
order to develop self-learning and life-long learning skills.

 Assignments based problem solving: Assignments are given to students on problems


and they solved by themselves. Assignments are based on COs which helps to achieve
Program Outcomes.

 Laboratory/ video based demonstration: Demonstration of system or parts of a real


world system using modern tools.

 Group discussion/ presentation: Students learn through group discussion or asked to


deliver short presentation on a topic.

Content Delivery (method of instruction)

(i) Moodle based LMS

Moodle is used as a Learning Management System since 2016. Each Department has a
Moodle coordinator, who maps the students and courses at the beginning of the semester in Moodle.
Course Handouts / Teaching materials are shared with the students through LMS. Assignments and
Quizzes are accessed through Moodle A screen Shot for the course on Operation research.

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Figure 2.3: Snap Shot of Sample Moodle Course (Operation research)

(ii) On-line digital books for self learning (Mc Graw Hill)

Smart Book is a digital version of the course textbook. Smart Book actively tailors
that content to an individual needs and can be accessed online through laptop, tablet or smart
phone. In Mechanical Engineering Department, Currently Smart book is provided to the
following Courses
 Design of Machine Elements
 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion
 Finite Element Analysis
Through Smart book, the following activities are carried out
 Reading Assignment
 Practice Assignment
 Quiz
 Homework assignment

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Figure 2.4: Snap Shot of Smart Book

(iii) QBMS – Inpods

QBMS is used as a unique tool for Question Bank sharing with the students and also
generation of Internal / ETE Question Papers. The Course coordinator prepares a question
bank, considering, COs, BTLs, Difficulty Level, Area, Topic etc, with model answer which
will be Reviewed by One Internal and One External Reviewer and then shared with the
students. The Internal and ETE papers are generated in such a way that 60% of the questions
will be taken from QBMS and 40% will be taken as input from an External Subject Expert
(From NITS / IITS). The question paper generated through INPODS is moderated by Senior
Professors and utilized to evaluate the students learning.

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Figure: 2.5 Snap Shot for Sample Advanced machining process
(iv) Course Handout
Each faculty must prepare course handout for each course that he/she is allotted to teach 15 days before
the start of the semester. Course handout is submitted to programme chair and it is uploaded in LMS as
well as ERP, 10 days before the begining of the semester. Course Handout contains Course details,
Vision, Mission of Department, Programme Educational Objectives, Programme Outcomes, Programme
Specific Outcomes, Course Outcomes, Evaluation Scheme, Teaching-Learning Pedagogy which is to be
applied such as chalk/talk, Flipped classes, Link address for course materials and additional relevant
information, Detail academic calender of lecture topics (date, topic, learing outcomes of each topic,
related unit of topic, total number of lectre in a unit and book/chapter to be read for the topic) (format is
provided with example data), Entire syllabus, List of e-books, List of NPTEL, MOOC, SWAYAM
Courses/Videos, List of topics beyond the syllabus, List of mini-projects/projects, List of technical
trainings and additional information.

Format for Course Handouts


Course Handout
1 Course details
Faculty name
Programme
Semester
Section
Course code
Course title
2 Vision of the Department of Mechanical Engineering
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3 Mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering

4 Programme educational objectives (PEOs)


PEO1
PEO2
PEO3
PEO4
5 Programme outcomes
PO1
PO2
PO3
PO4
PO5
PO6
PO7
PO8
PO9
PO10
PO11
PO12
6 Programme specifics outcome (PSO) (if any)
PSO1
PSO2
PSO3
7 Course outcomes (COs)
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
CO6
8 Evaluation Duration Marks Date &Time Nature of Evaluation Component
Component (50) Component
CAT-I 90 mins 50 (15) 26 Sep to 03 Closed Book CAT-1
Oct 2018
CAT-II 90 mins 50 (15) 16-18 Oct Closed Book CAT-2
2018
Quiz-I/II/III 15 mins 5 08-11 Aug Closed Book Quiz-1
each 2018
Online Learning 45 mins 5 22-28 Sep Closed Book Quiz-2
using 2018
Swayam/NPTEL
/Courses
Assignment(s) Within two 5 Any time Open Book Assignment(s)
days throughout
the semester
Presentation 15 minutes 5 On a - -
(Seminar/mini- scheduled
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project/poster) date
9 List of teaching –learning pedagogy
10 Open hour for students
11 Link address for course materials
12 List of Recommended e-books.
13 Recommended list of online courses like SWAYYAM/NPTEL/MOOCS etc
14 Recommended list of mini projects / projects/ technical training etc.

15 Students’ Presentation
16 List of e-books

17 List of NPTEL/MOOCS/SWAYAM/Courses/Video
18 Content beyond Syllabus
19 List of mini projects/projects

(v) Project Based Learning (PBL)


Project Based Learning (PBL) is significantly more effective than traditional instruction to train
competent and skilled practitioners and it promotes long-term retention of knowledge and skills. It is
an innovative practice that is used to implement Outcome Based Education in Galgotias University.

Students are encouraged to carry out multidisciplinary projects to apply their engineering knowledge
from third semester onwards. 2-4 students in a group are allowed to choose their guide and in
consultation with guide identify the project. The faculty mentor and the students collectively identify
the Projects based on societal need and issues. At the end of the semester, projects are evaluated by the
external faculty members. PBL steps and a sample list of projects are mentioned below.

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Notice by the PBL coordinator to the students to form the group and
choose the Guide

Topic is identified by the students in consultation with guide and


submited to the coordinator

Coordinator approves based on the feasibility and social utility of the


projects

Laboratory and slots are alloted

Review panel of experts is constituted and the time frame for evaluaton

Figure 2.6: Flowchart – PBL Activities

Mapped
Review Agenda Description Assessment PSOs Marks
PO
Identification of Problem Domain
Project PO2 PSO1 10
First and detailed Analysis
scopes and Rubric Based PSO2
review Study of the Existing systems and
Proposal PO4 10
feasibility of PBL proposal
Review based comparison of PO3
PSO1 15
Second Technical existing system PO12
Rubric Based PSO2
review achievement Identify and acquire information
PO5 15
needed for design
Methodology Originality of the project Idea PO3 10
and expected Methodology and design process PO5 10
outcome of Rubric Based
the proposed Outcomes and deliverables PO 12 PSO1 10
Final
work PSO 2
review
Quality of PBL Report PO11 10
PBL Report
Description of concepts and Rubric Based
Evaluation PO12 10
Knowledge of contemporary issues
Total 100

Table B.2.2.1 (c): Rubrics for Project Based Learning

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Description of concepts Identification of
and Knowledge of Problem Domain and
contemporary issues detailed Analysis
10% 10% Study of the Existing
systems and feasibility
of PBL proposal
10%
Quality of PBL Report
10%
Outcomes and
Review based
deliverables
comparison of existing
10%
system
15%
Methodology and
design process
Identify and acquire
10%
Originality of the information needed for
project Idea design
10% 15%

Figure 2.7: PBL Mark Distribution

Sem/
S.N Enrollment Group
Name Year/ Project Title
o No. No.
Batch
1. 1714101061 Nafees Ahmed Mechanical Properties of Stainless
2. 1714105011 Shreyansh Pandey steel due to MIG welding and arc
3. 1714106003 Mayank Kumar 15 IV/II/I welding and plot microstructure
4. 1714105012 Sifat Wadhwa between the properties.
5. 1714101083 RajanDevkota Microstructure analysis of TIG and
6. 1714101026 Atal Babu gas welded Butt joint of mild steel.
7. 1714105002 Aditya Singh 18 IV/II/III
8. 1714101111 Tariq Zafar
9. 1714101075 Pranav Rathore Analysis of chips produced by
10. 1714101070 Piyush Bhadani turning of Aluminium and steel
11. 1714101077 Prashant Gupta 19 IV/II/I under dry and wet conditions.
12. 1714101091 Sandeep Kumar
13. 1714101097 Shivam Raj Characterisation of polymeric
14. 1714101096 Shivam materials (PMMA) using

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15. 1714101005 Abhisek Singh 20 IV/II/I indentation technique.
16. 1714101059 Md. Adil
17. 1714101088 Rohit Gupta Improved pyroelectric and
18. 1714101114 Umesh Mishra electrical storage density in rare
19. 1714101116 Vedhanshu 21 IV/II/III earth doped BCZTO lead-free
Shankar ceramics.
20. 1714101085 Rakshit Varshney

Table B.2.2.1.(d): Few sample of Project Based Learning Topics and details

(vi) Flipped Class


The Department always believes in innovating the teaching pedagogy & thus from 2017
onwards introduced flipped classroom for the students. Flipped Learning is a pedagogical
approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual
learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning
environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in
the subject matter.It ensures that a blended learning approach is used as against the traditional
teacher centric approach. Here in a flip class students watch online lectures, collaborate in online
discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in discussion on concepts in the classroom
with the guidance of a faculty.

(vii) Continuous Assessment Test

Continuous assessment is conducted for theory as well as laboratory courses. In theory courses,
questions are asked based on the Course Outcomes. Whereas in lab courses, continuous assessment is
conducted on the basis of predefined rubrics.
Theory Courses Evaluation: Assignments, assessment tutorials, continuous assessment test, end term
semester examinations are conducted and evaluated. The Distribution of marks for theory courses is as
follows in table.

Assessment Tool Marks Weightage

Assignments / Quizzes 20

Continuous Assessment Tests (CAT I) 50 50%

Continuous Assessment Tests (CAT II) 50

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End Term Examination (ETE) 100 50%

Table B.2.2.1 (e) Marks distribution for theory courses

3. Methodologies to support weak students and encourage bright Students

Faculty members identify the list of slow and fast learners of their respective courses.
Broadly the identification based on student’s assessment through Quizzes conducted after
completion of 50% of each unit. Students are also accessed through lectures and lab classes,
assignments, CAT-I and CAT-II results. Student identification of slow learners, fast learners and
extra care taken for them are presented below.

Category of Method of
Extra care taken for students
learners categorization

 Identify the courses in which student is week


 Additional time is provided by the faculty member for better
understanding
Slow
Current CGPA <6  Extra counselling to motivate students and guide students for
learners better preparation
 More test and assignment are given
 Mentors are facilitated to understand personal and professional
difficulties of students.
 Supplementary assignment are provided to develop skills on
complex problems solving
 Fast learners are given practical applications scenario to
Current implement in the laboratory
Fast learners  Extra classes for advance topics
CGPA>7.5
 Special guidance to publish papers and carried out innovative
projects
 Allowed to take up fast tract programme (FTP) to complete the B.
Tech. Program in three years except project works

Table B.2.2.1 (f) Category of learners

(a) Outcomes of action taken for slow learner students:

Based on the extra care/ initiatives taken for slow learner students the academic performance
gets improved. A sample of slow learner students has been presented below. Based on the action taken, not only
the academic performance is improved but also they are employed by the recruiters. The format for finding the
slow and fast learner is shown in Table B.2.2.1 (g1). A sample of slow and fast learner students are
presented in Table B.2.2.1 (g2).

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S.No Percentage of marks for each topic Areas of Fast Learner
Name of Student Yes/No
Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic N Weakness

1 40% 60% 80%


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Table 2.2.1 (g1): Format for finding the Slow and Fast Learner students

SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


SLOW Learners List
Program: B.Tech. (MECH) Batch No.: 3
Year: 2017-2018 Semester: III
Course Code: MEE-212 Course Name: Materials Engineering & Technology

Admission No Name of the Student Outcome


16SCME101115 Piyush Bansal Critical topics are re-explained for better understanding. Attendance
and marks are monitored.

16SCSE101873 Saharsh Srivastava Special classes and tutorials are conducted. Appropriate counseling
with additional teaching. Attendance and marks are monitored

16SCME101070 Shubham Kumar Critical topics are re-explained for better understanding. Attendance
Gupta and marks are monitored.

16SCME101059 Sumeet Kumar Special classes and tutorials are conducted. Appropriate counseling
with additional teaching. Attendance and marks are monitored

15SCME101185 Swapnil Kishore Critical topics are re-explained for better understanding. Attendance
and marks are monitored.

16SCME101073 Tariq Anwer Khan Special classes and tutorials are conducted. Appropriate counseling
with additional teaching. Attendance and marks are monitored

16SCME101005 TarunSaatyaki Critical topics are re-explained for better understanding. Attendance
and marks are monitored.

16SCME101093 Puneet Priyangue Special classes and tutorials are conducted.Appropriate counseling
with additional teaching. Attendance and marks are monitored

16SCME101038 Shivesh Ranjan Critical topics are re-explained for better understanding. Attendance
and marks are monitored.

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Table B.2.2.1 (g2) List of Slow Learners details

(b) Support to Bright Students

Bright studentsare found on the basis of their class performances, involvement in classroom,
internal assesments and grades. The following facilities are there for bright students to apply their learning
on various platforms:
 Extra assignment to enhance complex problems solving skills.

 Extra counseling to motivate students to take up advanced study or take-up projects


 Involve fast learners for peer tutoring the slow learners or junior students
 Students motivated to take up one additional advanced level MOOC/SWAYAM in that
course.

 They are encouraged to finding the solution of complex probelm/innovative projects.


 Give open ended/challenging lab based problem (to be approved by HoD/IQAC).

 Students are encouraged to take up competitive exams like GATE, GRE, TOEFL,
IELTS, CAT, PGCET etc.

 Students are encouraged to be members of professional bodies like IE (India) and


organize technical events.

 Bright and diligent students are motivated and inspired to get university ranks.

4. Quality of Class Room Teaching

Quality of content delivery in live lectures is evaluated randomly by visiting ongoing lecture classes.
The senior faculty members are selected to visit the live classes for evaluation of quality content delivery in
prescribed format. The evaluation parameters broadly include the plan of presentation, communication skill,
delivery methods and awareness of students. On the basis evaluation report, necessary feedback is given to
the faculty members to improve the quality of lectures. The format for evaluation of class room teaching is
given below.

Format for assessment of class room teaching

Evaluation sheet for class room teaching

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Name of the faculty being Course Semester /
assessed Year
Sl Teaching Pedagogy Assessment Grade Date &
No Time
Excellent Good Satisfactory Concern Weak Remarks/
5 4 3 2 1 Comments

Organization of Lecture
1 Recap of previous lecture
2 Outlines of current
session.
3 Learning goals and
focusing on related course
outcomes of session
4 Revision of lecture
Presentation
5 Legibility in writing on
the board (letter size and
thickness)
6 Delivery pace and its
balance with clarity
7 Board Planning &
Management - with static
part holding important
concepts.
8 Use of ICT tools in the
classroom (% of ICT
tools/% of board usage <
0.5 for theory/analysis
based course )
9 Clarity in used terms and
abbreviations
10 Use of English for
instruction
11 Diagrams on the board
(non-clutter)
Content
12 Illustration and use of
relevant examples
13 linking lecture with
previous and next lectures
14 Real life example or
connect to topics to life
problems (inter lecture
linking)
15 Apply theory to problem
solving
16 Proper explanation of
terms and abbreviation
17 Explain back ground ideas
and concepts
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18 Remain focused on lecture
topic with enthusiasm
18 Carrying short notes on
lecture materials
in the class and encourage
notes taking but not
dictating.
19 Quiz for checking
understanding, and
assignments
20 Summary and conclusion
at the end of the lecture
Delivery and Interaction
22 Habit of using
unnecessary
Words/Mannerisms
repetitively
23 Enthusiasm in speech and
Energetic appearance
25 Voice modulation &
Pronunciation
28 Maintain continuity of
lecture content/Clarity
linking between content
(intra lecure content)
29 Interaction with students
in the class, students
questions are encouraged
and appreciating students
with novel ideas(helps
them to pursue further)
31 Showing the concern
towards the students with
equality and no criticisms
for students
misunderstanding during
interaction.
32 Presentation of involved
contents with many
concepts is being
explained differently for
different learners.
33 Avoid too much repetition
of contents
33a Gives online links for
additional examples of
own (Moodle) and others.
34 Broadcasting student’s
questions/opinion when
not audible.
35 Starts on time and ends on
time
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Overall grade
Excellent Faculty adopts the teaching pedagogy which is unique or can be adopted by
others
Good Faculty adopts teaching pedagogy among the better/best used by others
Satisfactory Faculty uses teaching pedagogy however better pedagogy is still expected
to be adopted
Concern Faculty uses teaching pedagogy but needs much improvement in its use
Weak Faculty hardly uses teaching pedagogy and needs to learn how improve
teaching pedagogy
Name and signature of member

5. Conduct of Experiments

To ensure the quality of conduct of laboratory classes in the Department, a Lab monitoring
Committee monitors the readiness of laboratory, quality of student’s laboratory experiments and practice of
outcome based education. The Lab monitoring Committee takes runtime corrective measures to ensure
quality of experiments. Continuous evaluation of each laboratory experiment is done based on the
following parameters. A faculty member must give marks to each student for the performance on each day
and maintain records.

Format for Continuous Evaluation in Labs


Galgotias University
School of Mechanical Engineering
Continuous Evaluation (Based on Rubrics - R0)
Subject Code, Subject Name
Class Term Fall / Winter 20__
Semester / Year Academic Year
Experiment No. Title
Experimental Results

Result Interpretation
Familiarization with

Designing Circuits /
Writing Programs
the Components /

Total Marks
Equipments

Viva - Voce

Name of
Sl.
Enrollment Number the
No.
Student

2 6 4 4 4 20

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Sl Metric of quality of laboratory Monitoring and evaluation
No
Identify appropriate tests, procedures for Students conduct experiments after identifying appropriate values of
1
conducting experiments components and specify the process for conducting the experiments
Fast learners are given practical application scenarios to design and
2 Challenging experiments
implement in the laboratory
3 Recording observation The output of the experiments is recorded and tabulated
4 Result Analysis and Data Interpretation Student analyze the data input and interpret the results
5 Report preparation Students shall prepare reports for each experiment

Table B.2.2.1 (h) Quality metrics for laboratory

Laboratory Courses Evaluation: Observation, individual report, laboratory examination and viva, are
conducted and evaluated. The distribution of marks for laboratory courses is shown in Table B.2.2.1 (i)

Component of evaluation Internal/external Marks Weightage


Internal lab test 30
Internal 50%
Internal viva 20
Lab experiment 20
Viva by external expert External 10 50%
Lab Report 20
Total 100

Table B.2.2.1 (i) Marks distribution for Laboratory courses

Level of Achievement
Assessment Mapped
Parameter Excellent (10) Very Good (8) Fair (5) Poor (2)
PO
Identify Adequate Superficial Lack of
Demonstrates deep
appropriate Knowledge of Knowledge of information
Knowledge of tools
tests, most tools and tools and about most of the PO1,
and Procedure;
procedures and procedures procedures; able tools and PO2,
a answer the related
component / answer the to answer only procedures; PO5
questions with
equipment / related questions, some of the cannot even
explanations and
apparatus / but fails to related basic answer basic
elaboration
tools elaborate Questions related questions
Design the
Design the Design the experiments with
Design the
experiments with experiments with insufficient
experiments with
Design and full justification full justification systems
full justification and
b implementation and implement and implement knowledge and PO3
implement the
of experiments the system that the system that and implement
systems that works
does not give does not give the system that
perfectly alright
100% results results does not give
results

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Adequate insight
but missed some
Excellent insight Little insight and No insight and
important points
and well focused analyzed only the entirely missed
in results and
result and most basic points; the point of the
Result Analysis discussion;
discussion; Data Interpreted some experiment; little
c and Data interpreted most PO4
completely and data correctly but or no attempt to
Interpretation data correctly but
appropriately significant errors, interpret data
some conclusions
interpreted and no omissions still orover-
may be suspect
over- interpretation present interpreted data.
or over-
interpreted

Table B.2.2.1 (j) Internal Test Assessment parameters (Laboratory Courses)

Level of Achievement
Assessment Mapped
Parameter Excellent (10) Very Good (8) Fair (5) Poor (2)
PO
Demonstrates
Identify Superficial
deep Knowledge Adequate Lack of
appropriate Knowledge of
of tools and Knowledge of information about
tests, tools and
Procedure; most tools and most of the tools
procedures and procedures; PO1,
a answer the procedures answer and procedures;
component / able to answer PO2,
related questions the related cannot even
equipment / only some of PO5
with questions, but answer basic
apparatus / the related
explanations and fails to elaborate related questions
tools basic Questions
elaboration
Design the Design the
Design the Design the
Design and experiments experiments with
experiments with experiments with
implementation with full insufficient
full justification full justification
of experiments justification and systems
b and implement and implement the PO3
and implement the knowledge and
the systems that system that does
interpretation system that implement the
works perfectly not give 100%
of results does not give system that does
alright results
results not give results

Table B.2.2.1 (k) End Term Examination Assessment Parameters (Laboratory Courses)

Level of Achievement
Assessment Mapped
Excellent (10) Very Good (8) Fair (5) Poor (2)
Parameter PO

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Data is complete and Data is brief
Tables and
relevant; Tables and missing
graphs
(wherever significant
(wherever
applicable) are easy pieces of
Result applicable) are
to read and units are information; No data
a Representation drawn but few PO10
provided. Tables and reported
and Discussion readings
Graphs (wherever graphs
missing or not
applicable are (wherever
clearly
labeled and show applicable),
specified
trends are incomplete
Organization of
Report and Lab report is Report
Lab report is well Poor
Timely well organized contains few
organized as directed organization
b Submission but not errors and not PO11
and submitted on and late
Result submitted on submitted on
time submission
Representation time time
and Discussion

Table B.2.2.1 (l): Report Evaluation assessment parameters (Laboratory Courses)

6. Student Feedback and action taken

Student Feedback:

Student feedback is a mandatory procedure in Galgotias University. Every student is expected to give
the feedback two times in a semester on various parameters. Quality Circle Meeting (QCM) is
conducted by the Program Chair regarding course coverage, and other parameters to improve the course
delivery methodologies etc.

 QCM-I and QCM-II


 Midterm on-line feedback
 End term on-line feedback (Before End Term Exam)

Format for Quality Circle Meeting (QCM)

Name of the School:

Program, Semester & Section:

Course Name & Course code:

QCM I/II/III:
HoD’s
Assessment Parameters
Students Feedback Remarks/Action

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Feed back on course coverage (Course Fully Covered / Partially
1. coverage as per plan) Covered (in %)
Excellent / Very Good /
Clarity and quality of presentation by the
Good /
Faculty
2. Satisfactory / Unsatisfactory

Interaction with the faculty inside the Excellent / Very Good /


classroom / lab Good /
3. Satisfactory / Unsatisfactory /
Lecture material / E-self learning links
4. provided to students Sufficient / Not sufficient

Uploading of course materials in RF Regularly and timely


Campus/Moodle uploaded/Irregular/Delayed
5. uploading/Not Uploaded
Any suggestion for improvement in
teaching / learning
6.
Signature of - S.No Name of the students Signature
Faculty:
CC:
PC:
Dean:

7. Department Quality Assurance Cell (DQAC)

DQAC recommends, adopts and monitors implementation of quality teaching and learning
processes. The cell comprises senior professors, program chairs, division chairs and class
coordinators. The DQAC also interacts with professionals from industry and academia including
adjunct faculty to ensure that the latest technological requirements are included in the teaching
learning process.

Sl No Name of the Team Member Designation


1 Dr. Satya Narayan Satapathy Professor, HoD
2 Dr. Pawan Kumar Singh Nain Professor
3 Dr. Bansi Prasad Agrawal Professor
4 Dr.P.Mathiyalagan Professor
5 Dr. Harshdeep Sharma Professor
6 Dr. J. Ronald Aseer Professor

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Table B.2.2.1 (m): DQAC members (2018-19)

2.2.2. Quality of end semester examination, internal semester question papers, assignments and evaluation (15)

a) Process for internal semester question paper setting, evaluation and effective process
implementation

Various initiatives have been taken at the University and at the department level in order to improve
the quality of the question paper. Questions are set in alignment with Blooms’ Taxonomy Levels (BTL),
Course Outcomes and difficulty levels as per GATE/IES. Outcome based assignments are given to all
students and these are mapped with Course Outcomes. A panel of external experts from reputed
institutions/Universities are recommended by the Board of Studies (BOS) and approved by the IQAC.
Members of the panel of external experts review the ETE question papers to ensure that BTLs, COs,
difficulty levels and marks are complied with.
Internal Semester question papers: Two Continuous Assessment Tests (CAT I & II) are
conducted in each semester after six weeks of teaching.

The process is as under:


 The question papers are set by the internal faculty in line with Blooms Taxonomy Level
(BTL), Difficulty level, and are designed to measure the relevant course outcomes.
 The internal faculty members (two or more faculty teaching the same course) submit the
question paper to the course coordinator.
 The course coordinator finalizes two sets of question papers and submits the same to the
program chair for moderation.
 The moderated question paper is given to the controller of examination (COE) through HOD.

ETE question paper format

Name. …………………………………………. Printed


Pages:01
Student Admn. No.: …………..…………….…
School of Mechanical Engineering

End Term Examination-May 2019, Semester: Winter, 2018-19


[Programme: B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering)] [Semester: IV] [Batch:2017-21]

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Course Title: …………………… Max Marks: 100

Course Code: ……………………… Time: 3ℎ𝑟𝑠

Instructions: 1. All questions are compulsory


2. Assume missing data suitably, if any

Group A (10X2=20 Marks)

1. x𝝐(𝟏, 𝟐, 𝟑, … 𝒏); 𝒏 𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒎𝒂𝒙𝒊𝒎𝒖𝒎 𝒏𝒖𝒎𝒃𝒆𝒓 𝒐𝒇 𝑪𝑶𝒔 𝒅𝒆𝒇𝒊𝒏𝒆𝒅 𝒇𝒐𝒓 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒄𝒐𝒖𝒓𝒔𝒆 CO1 2

2. How Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels should be covered? CO1 2

During definition, COs and knowledge levels are already mapped, hence while making
3. question for a particular CO, kindly refer what knowledge level it maps to the CO, then CO2 2
frame the question accordingly.

4. Usually in 02 marks question up to Bloom’s level 3 (apply) will be appropriate CO2 2

5. However, higher order BTL question if framed, that is to be done carefully CO3 2

6 CO3 2

7 CO4 2

8 CO4 2

9 CO5 2

10 CO5 2

Group B (10X4=40 Marks)

Group B must have two questions with 10 marks each.


11 CO1 6
x𝝐(𝟏, 𝟐, 𝟑, … 𝒏); 𝒏 𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒎𝒂𝒙𝒊𝒎𝒖𝒎 𝒏𝒖𝒎𝒃𝒆𝒓 𝒐𝒇 𝑪𝑶𝒔 𝒅𝒆𝒇𝒊𝒏𝒆𝒅 𝒇𝒐𝒓 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒄𝒐𝒖𝒓𝒔𝒆

12 Balance the marks between the COs as far as possible in entire question paper CO2 6

13 CO3 6

14 CO4 6

15 CO5 6

Group C (4X10=40 Marks)

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16. CO1 10

17 CO2 10

18 CO3 10

19 CO4 10

20 CO5 10

Instructions:
i. Only 20 questionsare to be asked in ETE.
ii. The two tables (given below) must be filled by the paper setter.
iii. Paper setter must see the COs of the courses described in syllabus to frame the questions in
alignment with expected COs and Blooms taxonomy

Unit Questions Numbers Total Marks

1 1,2,11,16 20

2 3,4,12,17 20

3 5,6,13,18 20

4 7,8,14,19 20

5 9,10,15,20 20

Table1: Distribution of question & marks among the Units of syllabus

(Number of COs may vary from course to course)


Knowledge level
COs (Blooms taxonomy, K1, Questions Numbers Total Marks
K2...)

CO1 1,2,11,16 20

CO2 3,4,12,17 20

CO3 5,6,13,18 20

CO4 7,8,14,19 20

CO5 9,10,15,20 20

(Name of Question paper setter)

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Contact No:

Table 2: Mapping between COs and questions

Fig: 2.8 Sample Question Bank – Mapping with BTL Levels, Outcomes

Evaluation of CAT I, CAT II and ETE

The internal faculty evaluates the answer sheets of both ETE and CAT. The evaluated CAT answer
sheets are shown to the students to ensure transparency and give feedback.

 The CAT I & II and internal continuous assessment marks are uploaded on the University ERP
one week prior to the commencement of the ETE. Thus the student is apprised of his/her total
internal marks prior to ETE.
 The final results are a summation of CAT I & II, continuous internal assessment and ETE
marks.
 Relative grading is done and grades are awarded as per UGC guidelines.
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 Within 15 days of declaration of results the student can apply for the revaluation/rechecking.

Assignments:
Assignments are an integral part of the continuous assessment process to ensure that students apply and
analyses the knowledge to raise the level of learning and application. Similar to CAT and ETE, the
assignments too are in line with BTL, CO and difficulty levels that have been predefined. All
assignments are framed and mapped with COs and Bloom’s taxonomy as per the format shown below.

School of Mechanical Engineering


Assignment no #, October 2018, Semester: Fall, 2018-19
[Programme] [Semester: ] [Batch:]
Course Title: …………………………………Course Code: ………………………………………

Max Marks: 10 Deadline for submission of solutions by students: xx/xx/xxxx

Sl Allotted Mapped Bloom’s Difficulty


Assignment statement
No students COs Level Level

1.

2.

3.

Signature of faculty: Signature of HoD:

2.2.3. Quality of student projects (20)

Project Identification and Faculty Members allocation

 The Head of Department /PC provides the list of faculty members and their area of specialization to the
students at least one month before the end of the 6th semester. The Head of Department/PC also identifies
the industry professionals/alumni for guiding the students.

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 The project coordinator advises the students to form a group of 4-5 members and identify the project
area/title, obtain the consent of faculty/industry professionals to guide them. The Project coordinator
collects these details from the students at least two weeks before the end of the 6 th semester. The group
of students includes students from weak, average and bright student categories.
 The Head of Department/PC/project coordinator finalizes project titles, project guide, group of students
and displays the allocation at least one week before the end of the 6th semester.
 The Head of Department/PC/project coordinator allocates laboratory resources for in-house projects and
allocates the number of days per week for working on the projects in the industry (if the project is being
carried out in industry).
 The Head of Department/PC/project coordinator lists the types of projects on the basis of Environment,
Safety, Ethics, Cost and category of project i.e. whether it is application based, Product Development
based or Research based projects.

Sl.No. Faculty Name Area of Specialization


Hydro forming, Hydro mechanical Deep Drawing, Metal
1. Dr. Satya Narayan Satapathy
Forming and Sheet Metal.
2. Dr. Pawan Kumar Singh Nain Optimization, Evolutionary Algorithms, Design.
Welding Technology, Unconventional Machining Process,
3. Dr. Bansi Prasad Agrawal
Production Engineering.
4. Dr.P.Mathiyalagan Production and Industrial Engineering
Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, Heat Transfer, Waste Heat
5. Dr. Harshdeep Sharma
Recovery, Heat Exchangers etc.
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Heat Transfer, Immersed
Boundary Method, Grid generation for Complex Boundaries,
6. Dr. Sudipto Sarkar
Transition and Turbulence, Large Eddy Simulations (LES),
Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS),Turbomachinery.
7. Dr.P.Tamilchelvan Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering
8. Dr. P. K. Chaudhary Supply Chain Management
Composite Materials, Metal Matrix Composites, Machining of
9. Dr. P Suresh
Composites, Optimization
Nanocomposites, Natural fiber Polymer composites,
10. Dr. J. Ronald Aseer
Optimization, Finite element analysis.
11. Dr. Sudhir Kumar Singh Optimization in coal
Manufacturing systems, Process planning, Capacity
12. Dr. M. Maniraj
management etc.
Advanced Materials Processing, Spark Plasma Sintering,
13. Dr. S.Kennedy
Microwave Sintering, Manufacturing Process.
14. Dr. Krishna Vijay Ojha Spray Casting, Modelling &Simulation
15. Dr. Vikas Kumar Choubey supply chain management
16. Dr. Sayiram G. Welding Engineering
17. Dr. Ashok Kumar Dewangan Cryogenic Engineering, and Refrigeration
Computational Solid Mechanics, Optimization Technique and
18. Dr. Swet Chandan
Sustainable Engineering
19. Mr. Trinath Mahala Vapour absorption system
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20. Mr. Anivel Performance Management, Optimization Technique
Mechatronics System, Advanced Manufacturing Process ,
21. Mr. Lalit Kumar
Artificial Neural Networking
Supply Chain Management, Operations Research, Statistical
22. Mr. Jiyaul Mustafa
Process Control.
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, Electronic Packaging and
23. Mr. Kuldeep Narwat
Design, Finite Element Analysis
Supply Chain Management, Operations Research, Statistical
24. Mr. Arjun Kumar
Process Control.
25. Mr. Altaf Hasan Tarique Non-Conventional Machining, EDM.
26. Mr. Manoj Kumar Thermal Engineering
Supply Chain Management, Operations Research, Statistical
27. Mr. Mohammad Raza
Process Control.
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Scheme, Fluid
28. Mr. Faizal Shameem
Mechanics
29. Mr. Shrikant Vidya Non-Conventional Machining, Micro-machining, Micro-EDM
30. Mr. Samrat sagar Welding Engineering, Friction Stir Processing
31. Mr. Manoj Kumar Shukla Optimization, Project Management, Service Quality
32. Mr. Swapnil Anand IC engine performance and testing
Thermal System Design. Solar Thermal Equipments, Solar
33. Mr. Amit Dixit
Architecture
34. Mr. Tarun Solid Mechanics, Sandwich structure
35. Mr. Ankur Sinha Material Science, Microwave absorbing materials
Thermodynamics, Physical metallurgy, Nonmaterial, Nano
36. Mr. P. Shankar Subbaiah
composites.
37. Mr. Kapil Rajput Solar Photovoltaic, Hydro Energy.
38. Mr. Kaushalendra Kumar Dubey Thermal and Energy, Heat Recovery, Solar Energy
Welding distortion control, Reverse Engineering and Rapid
39. Mr. Lavepreet Singh
Prototyping
Advanced Manufacturing Process, Non-conventional
40. Mr. Anurag Shanu
Machining Process
41. Mr. Dheeraj Tripathi Tribology, Stress analysis, Vibrations and Nonlinear dynamics
Smart materials for Sensor and Actuation. Piezoelectric,
42. Mr. K. S. Srikanth
Pyroelectric, Ferroelectric materials for energy harvesting
43. Mr. Abhipraya Tiwari Photo-electrochemical reactors, Flow visualization ( PIV)
44. Dr. T R Vijayaram Industrial Metallurgy and Manufacturing Engineering
Computer Aided Design of Cutting Tools, Geometric
45. Dr. Kumar Sambhav Modeling for Design, Engineering & Manufacturing, Metal
Cutting & Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping
46. Mr. Shammy Kumar Sah Thermal Engineering
47. Dr. Apurva Anand Industrial Engineering
48. Dr. Himanshu Panjiar Thermal Engineering
49. Mr. Prashant Varshney Industrial Metallurgy

Table B.2.2.3 (a): Faculty competence mapping for project allotment

Steps Tasks Related process description


Project  Projects are identified by faculty members and/or students in their respective area of
Step-1
Identification interest

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 Projects are assigned to students and guides allotted to them.
 Guides are allotted based on the faculty member expertise/ area of interest.
Step-2 Allotment
 The laboratory is assigned and the resources are provided to students for project
development.
 The progress of a project is monitored by the guide on day to day basis
Continuous
Step-3
Monitoring  The continuous progress is also assessed through periodic review by panel (first review
and second review before final review)
 Students have to give demonstration of the project works
 Students have to present the working principle of the project works.
Step-4 Evaluation
 Students have to explain implementation methodology, design process of components,
performance of the system, application of projects and future scopes

Table B.2.2.3 (b): Processes of project identification, allotment, monitoring and evaluation

(a) Types and relevance of the projects and their contribution towards attainment of POS and
PSOs

Name Of the Supported Supported


S.No Project Guide Project Title
Student POs PSOs
1 ShivangJauhari PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
PO4, PO5,
Effect of Mg on Mechanical Properties
Mr Ankur PO6, PO7,
2 Vishal Singh of Pre Heat Treated and Heat Treated
Sinha PO8, PO9,
7XXX series of Al alloys
PO10,
3 Shailendra Verma PO11, PO12
PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
PO4, PO5,
Abhijeet Kumar Mr Ankur PO6, PO7,
4 Fabrication of multipurpose machine
Singh Sinha PO8, PO9,
PO10,
PO11, PO12
5 Satish Kumar PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
6 Susheel Kumar PO4, PO5,
Mr. Manoj Design and fabrication of Exoskelton PO6, PO7,
7 Shubham Sharma
Kumar Shukla Suit PO8, PO9,
8 Rahul Kumar PO10,
PO11, PO12
9 Adil Hassan PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
10 Avinash Singh PO4, PO5,
Fabrication of Waste Heat power PO6, PO7,
11 Md Danish Akhtar Mr. Manoj
Generation sysytem using PO8, PO9,
Kumar Shukla
Thermoelectrical Generator PO10,
12 Md RahmatRahmani PO11, PO12

13 Jitendra Raj Panday Dr Kumar PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2


Automotive Line Marking Machine
14 Ravi Sankar Jha Sambhav PO4, PO5,

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Pawanesh Kumar PO6, PO7,
15 Chaudhary PO8, PO9,
Ahmad Hussain PO10,
16
Abdi PO11, PO12
17 Aditya Prakhar PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
Singh PO4, PO5,
18 Sudhanshu Gaurav Dr Kumar Water pump for irrigation through PO6, PO7,
19 Shikhar Pal Sambhav Wind Power mill PO8, PO9,
PO10,
20 Kumar Gaurav PO11, PO12
21 Chandan Kumar PO2, PO3, PSO1,PSO2
22 Prem Kumar PO4, PO5,
Mr Dheeraj PO6, PO7,
23 Gourav Raj Hybrid Electric Vehicle(HEV)
Tripathi PO8, PO9,
Mohammad Quaisar PO10,
24
Farooque PO11, PO12

Table B.2.2.3(c): List of few samples of student projects Batch 2014-18


Category Analysis of Projects
All projects carried out by the students are catergorized on the basis of types of projects such as
application based projects, products based, research based and review based. The summary of analysis report of
the projects is given in the following table.

Analysis support of projects


Table B.2.2.3 (d) is describing the number of projects completed by students of batch 2014-18, 2013-17
and 2012-16 categorized as application based, product based and research based.
Type of projects
Academic Year
Application Product Research
2017-2018 55 9 18
2016-2017 53 5 15
2015-2016 41 7 12

Table B.2.2.3 (d): Types of Projects carried out in three academic Years
Continuous monitoring and evaluation of Project
 The progress of a project is monitored by the guide on day to day basis
 All Students will maintain a Project Diary, which will be monitored by the Project Guide
 The continuous progress is assessed through periodic review by panel (first review and
second review before final review) based on Rubrics, given below
 Projects will be evaluated on the basis of
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o Working principle, implementation methodology, design process of components,
performance of the system, application of projects and future scopes
o Demonstration of the project work
o Viva-Voce by panel of Experts

Review Agenda Description Assessment PO PSOs Marks

First Project scopes Identification of Problem PO2 PSO1 10


review and Proposal Domain and detailed Analysis Rubric Based PSO2

Study of the existing systems and PO4 10


feasibility of project proposal
Second Technical Review based comparison of PO3 PSO1 15
review achievement existing system Rubric Based PO12 PSO2
Identify and acquire information PO5 15
needed for design
Final Methodology Originality of the project Idea PO3 PSO1 10
review and expected PSO 2
outcome of Methodology and design process Rubric Based PO5 10
the proposed
work
Outcomes and deliverables PO 12 10

Project Report Quality of Project Report PO11 10


Evaluation
Rubric Based
Description of concepts and PO12 10
Knowledge of contemporary
issues
Total 100
Table B.2.2.3 (e): Rubrics for Project I (Capstone design project Evaluation)

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Conclusion and future
Description of concepts scopes
and Knowledge of 5% Proposed tools and
contemporary issues their relevance to
10% implement the project
Design process
10%
10%
Quality of Project
Report
5%
Team work and
leadership
Innovative contribution
10%
15%
Quality of sketch,
drawing and graphs
10%
Use of proper tools
Discussion of results
15%
10%

Figure 2.9: Mark Distribution Project -I (Capstone design project Evaluation)

Mapped Mapped
Review # Agenda Description Marks
PO PSOs

Design process PO(3)


PSO1
First review Project Design Proposed tools and their relevance to 20
PO(5) PSO 2
implement the project
Second Technical Innovative contribution PO(4) PSO1
30
review Achievement Use of proper tools PO(5) PSO2
Discussion of results PO(8)
Overall Quality of sketch, drawing and PSO1
PO(9) 30
achievement graphs PSO 2
Final review
Team work and leadership PO(11)
(External
Quality of Project Report PO(2)
evaluation)
Project Report Description of concepts and PSO1
PO(10) 20
Evaluation Knowledge of contemporary issues PSO 2
Conclusion and future scopes PO(12)
Total 100

Table B.2.2.3 (f): Rubrics for project II (Capstone design project Evaluation)

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Description of concepts
and Knowledge of Proposed tools and
contemporary issues their relevance to
9% implement the project
Design process 9%
Conclusion and future
9%
scopes
Quality of 14%
Project Report
4%
Innovative contribution
14%
Team work and
leadership
9%
Quality of sketch, Use of proper tools
drawing and graphs 14%
9% Discussion of results
9%

Figure 2.10: Mark Distribution Project -II (Capstone design project Evaluation)

Outcome of student’s project:


List of publications out of project works
S.N Name of Conference/ Journal Title of Paper Name of Author(s) Year of
o Publication
( International/National)
Low Reynolds number
Journal of Material Science and flow over a square Shubham Jain & December
1
Mechanical Engineering cylinder in vicinity of a Shubham Sharma 2015
downstream splitter plate

Journal of Material Science and ‘Drag reduction of circular Shubham Jain & September2
2 Mechanical Engineering cylinder by an upstream Shubham Sharma 016
splitter plate

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International journal of Gasification- contributing Adil wazeer, Bhaskar December
engineering and computer to the energy production Chaturvedi,
3 2016
science demands ShriyashMohril

International Journal of Structural analysis of


Research in Engineering and sugarcane bagasse as a
4 Innovation Adil Wazeer 2017
feedstock in downdraft
gasifier system-A review

The International Journal of Numerical analysis and October


5 Research in Mechanical performance of friction stir Adil Wazeer
Engineering and Technology welding 2017

International Journal for Reverse engineering based November


6 research in Applied Science methodology for Adil Wazeer
and engineering technology modelling of cutting tool 2017

Genetic Algorithm and


Response surface
The International Journal of methodology based January
Adil Wazeer, Ahtisham
7 Research in Mechanical optimization of electrical Hashmi 2018
Engineering and Technology discharge machining

Table B.2.2.3 (g): List of publications out of Student projects

2.2.4. Initiatives related to industry interaction (10)


Program curriculum provides various methods for industry interaction in addition to the initiatives taken
by the management.
 Department of Mechanical Engineering made MoU with the following industries:

Table: B.2.2.4. (a). MoU with Industries details

S.No Name of the Company MoU date and Period Role


1 M/s JBM Cadmium Private Limited, Delhi 30/07/2016 Internship and
Placements
2 TickooInsititute of technologies, Gurgaon 17/01/2017 Training for Students

3 Bit and Byte, Noida 18/01/2018 Training for Students

4 Total Nurture 19/10/2015 Industril Visit for


Students

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5 Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers 08/11/2017 Trainning for students

Sample of MoU Document

 MOU’s was done with industries to emphasize on


o (a) Internship
o (b) Project Workshop for Students
o (c) Industrial Visits
o (d) Faculty Development Program

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 Industrial visits organized for the students of 2nd and 3rd year.

 Industry supported Laboratory and activities

 Industry professionals handling classes for courses

 In addition to the above, the department organize training program related to current industry trends and
demands, and the trainers are outsourced from industry. The alumni coordinator constantly interacts with
alumni and requests them to provide necessary guidelines and supports for their junior’s industrial
visit/internship.

Sl. No. Event Type Event Name/ Title Name & Industry of the
No. of Participants Duration Date
Resource Person

Process Equipment Design and 22-10-2016, 12-11-


1 Workshop Economics Technip 25 4 days 16,19-11-16
and 26-11-16

National Power Training


Conventional Power
Institute
Generation &
29-10-17, 30-10-17
2 Workshop Management 250 3 days
(Ministry of Power, & 31-10-17
Government of India),
Badarpur, New Delhi

Arduino & Embedded System


Bit N Byte Laboratories Pvt Ltd
3 Workshop 120 2 days 5-11-17 & 6-11-17
Delhi

Bit N Byte Laboratories Pvt Ltd


4 Workshop C programming 120 1 day 23-1-18 &24-1-18
Delhi

Bit N Byte Laboratories Pvt Ltd 29-01-18 & 30-01-


5 Workshop Robotics 100 2 days
Delhi 18

Mr. Baskaran
6 Talk Industrial saftey 50 1 day 28-2-18
BHEL, Trichy

Table B.2.2.4.(b) List of Seminars, Workshops, FDPs & Talks

2.2.5. Initiatives related to industry internship/summer training (10)

Students had undergone industry internship/summer training of their areas of interest / specialization at
the end of 4th and 6th semester for duration of 4 to 6 weeks. In addition to this, the department organizes training
programs related to emerging industry trends and job functions. External trainers from reputed industrial
organizations bring the latest technological evolutions to the students.

Initiatives / Implementation and Impact Analysis of industry Internship/ Summer Training are as under

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 The internships are arranged collaboratively by the industrial internship coordinator of the department
with the industry associates and student volunteers.
 A copy of the confirmation letter for training is submitted with the industrial internship coordinator /
HoD
 The Joining Report, providing the following information sent to the industrial internship coordinator /
HoD by the student immediately after joining the organization:
- Organization: Address, Tel. No.,
- Deptt. & Reporting Officer Date of start of Training:

- Project assigned: Title of the Project: ________________________________________


 During training, the student keeps a daily record of his/her activities, which is countersigned by the
industry supervisor.
 The faculty mentor visits / remains in touch with the industry supervisor to monitor the progress of the
intern
 On completion of training a project report / completion certificate and student feedback are submitted
to the industrial internship coordinator / HoD
 A Presentation is made by every student on his/her internship report before a panel constituted by the
HoD. This is followed by a viva to guage the course outcome / programme outcome achieved.

Industry Visit / tours for Students

Industry visits organized by the department is given below:

Sl. No. Academic Year


Date Batch No. of
Name & Address of Industry Faculty In-charge
students
visited

1 2015-16 19-10-15 1 Metro, Jaipur, Rajasthan Arjun Singh 30


2 2015-16 20-10-15 1 Metro, Jaipur, Rajasthan Akhansha Gupta 28

3 2017-18 10-11-17 & 1-4 Dilli Electric, Kundli Srikanth 19

13-11-17
4 2017-18 10-11-17 & 13-11-172 Nandi Polytubes, Kundli Dr.Vikas Choubey
12

5 2017-18 10- 11-17 & 13-11-17


1 Chanda Steels, Kundli Dr.Sayiram 16

6 2017-18 13-11-17 to 17-11-172 Ankur Exports, Kundli Dr. K.V. Ojha 12

7 2017-18 13-11-17 to 3 BarsaatEngineering, Faridabad Dr. Ashok kumar34


17-11-17
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8 2017-18 13-11-17 to 1 OpticksKarkhana, G.Noida Dr. swetchandan 15

17-11-17
9 2017-18 13-11-17 to 17-11-172 Cellcom Teleservices, Mr. Trinath Mahela
12
Unit 1 Sikandrabad
10 2017-18 13-11-17 to 17-11-173 Cellcom Teleservices, Mr. Trinath Mahela
8

Unit 2 Sikandrabad

Table.2.2.5. (a) Industry visits organized by the department

Schedule of Internship Training Presentation for Fall 2017-18 Students

Programme: B. Tech (Mechanical) Name of Faculty: Trinath Mahala


Course Code: MEE 450
Course Name: Industrial Internship
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Batch No
Organisa

Training
where

done
S.No

tion
Name of the Student Admission No Topic

1 Akhilesh Srivastava 14SCME101417 B-1 NTPC COAL HANDLING PLANT


2 AMAN SINGH 14SCME101285 B-1 IFFCO PRODUCTION OF UREA
3 AMIT KUMAR SHARMA 14SCME101500 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
INDAIN
4 AMRITANSH VISHEN 14SCME101450 B-1 MAINTAINACE SYSTEM
RAILWAYS
5 ANAND SINGH 14SCME101433 B-1 DLW LAS,SAS,HMS,CTS
6 Anshul Sachan 14SCME101478 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
INDAIN MECHANICAL WORKSHOP,
7 ANURAG GANGWAR 14SCME101446 B-1
RAILWAYS BASIC TRAINING
8 APOORV MAHESHWARI 14SCME101461 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
9 ASHUTOSH KUMAR SINGH 14SCME101431 B-1 SAIL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ANALYSIS
10 Atul Kumar 14SCME101381 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
11 AVDHESH 14SCME101470 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
ONCE THROUGH AIR
12 AYUSH KUMAR 14SCME101302 B-1 VECC
CONDITIONING SYSTEM
13 Ayush Kumar Verma 14SCME101479 B-1 DLW LPS,HWS,ETS
14 Chandan Kumar 14SCME101482 B-1 DLW SMS,HTS,HWS,ETS
15 Danish Ilahi 14SCME101292 B-1 IFFCO PRODUCTION OF UREA
16 Deepak Tomar 14SCME101504 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
17 Deepak Yadav 14SCME101335 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
TURBINE SHOP
18 Deepak Kumar 15SCME101281 B-1 BHEL
MANUFACTURING
MARUTI
19 Digvijay Singh 14SCME101525 B-1 FLOW CHANNEL
SUZUKI
20 FRAZ KHAN 14SCME101282 B-1 HAL AIRCRAFT DESIGN
21 GAUTAM KUMAR 14SCME101343 B-1 DLW TMS,SAS,HTS,ROTOR
22 Harshit Manglik 14SCME101519 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
NORTH
TYPES OF WAGONS USES IN
23 Ishan Rai 14SCME101354 B-1 INDIAN
ELECRIC LOCOMOTIVES
RAILWAYS
24 Komal Singh 14SCME101408 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
ENGINE SHOP,AUTOELECTIC
25 Manu Sharma 14SCME101356 B-1 BOSCH SHOP,IR SYSTEM,
AC,TRANSMISSION
MANVENDRA PRATAP
26 14SCME101462 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
SINGH
27 Md Tabish Haider 14SCME101505 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
28 Mohammad Imam Hussain 14SCME101402 B-1 DLW LPS,LTS,HMS,LAS
TURBINE SHOP
29 MOHD DANISH KHAN 15SCME101245 B-1 BHEL
MANUFACTURING
30 Monendra Singh 14SCME101351 B-1 DLW EES,LAS,HWS,CTS
31 Pappu Kumar 14SCME101394 B-1 DLW TMS,ETS,EES,HMS
INDIAN
32 Pawar Shubham Dilip 14SCME101267 B-1 MAINTAINACE SYSTEM
RAILWAYS
33 PRANSHOO JAISWAL 14SCME101345 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
INSEPTRA
34 PRASHANT KUMAR 15SCME101145 B-1 INDIA PVT CNC WORKSHOP,MACHINE SHOP
LTD.
35 Prem Kumar 14SCME101494 B-1 DLW LPS,LMS,ROTOR,MAIII
36 Rahul Kumar 14SCME101401 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
37 Raj Gaur 14SCME101353 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
38 Raj Kumar Singh 14SCME101422 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
39 Rajat Kaushik 14SCME101477 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
40 Rajat Kumar Singh 14SCME101272 B-1 BHEL TURINE SHOP
RAMESH KUMAR
41 14SCME101455 B-1 DLW LPS,ETS,HMS,TMS
PRAJAPATI

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42 Ravindra Chagetha 14SCME101434 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
43 RISHAP KUMAR 14SCME101489 B-1 BHEL TURINE SHOP
RELAINCE CHILLER PLANT,RAC,DG
44 RITESH KUMAR MEHTA 14SCME101320 B-1
RETIAL SET,HVAC
45 Sachin Kumar 14SCME101392 B-1 BOSCH AUTOMOBILE DESIGN
46 Sanjay Singh 14scme101365 B-1 DLW LPS,EES,HMS,TMS
47 Santan Suman 14SCME101277 B-1 DLW EES,ETS,SAS,LMS
48 Saurabh 14SCME101490 B-1 DLW LPS,EES,HTS,HWS
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND
49 Saurabh Kumar 14SCME101287 B-1 BHEL
PRODUCTION
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND
50 SHAHBAZ KHAN 14SCME101315 B-1 BHEL
PRODUCTION
51 Shailendra Verma 14SCME101399 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
52 SHAN E AQIB 14SCME101484 B-1 DLW TMS,EES,HMS,LAS
INTRODUCTION TO THERMAL
53 Shashank Shekhar 14SCME101416 B-1 BHEL
POWERPLANT
ENGINE BASIC,AUTO ELECTICAL
54 Shubham Soni 14SCME101323 B-1 BOSCH SYSTEM,INJECTION
SYSTEM,TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
55 Shubham Tyagi 14SCME101340 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
AIR BRAKES,BRAKE
56 Somesh Srivastava 14SCME101260 B-1 RDSO
BINDING,MAGNETIC BRAKE
57 Sumit Kumar Mishra 14SCME101278 B-1 DLW EES,ETS,SAS,LMS
HIGH PRESSURE
58 Talwinder Singh 14SCME101324 B-1 BOSCH
PUMP(V,INLINE,ROTARY)
59 Tarun Kumar 14SCME101496 B-1 GU AUTOCAD+SOLIDWORK
60 Vijay Singh 14SCME101290 B-1 IFFCO PRODUCTION OF UREA
61 Wazir Alam 14SCME101372 B-1 DLW HMS,HWS,HTS,ROTOR

Table 2.2.5. (b). Industrial internship students List Acadmic Year 2014-18 Batch 1

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Sample of Internship Certificate

Analysis ofImpact ofindustry internship/summer training:

 Internship/ summer internship expose the students to work place realities, challenges,
and culture, thereby ensuring that on completion of their programme, the students are
industry / corporate world ready

 Students understand the importance of ethical practices at the work place

 It enables the students and faculty to analyze gaps in the knowledge / skill sets being
imparted at the university which then are supplemented by additional courses / trainings
during the remaining duration of the programme.

 Students can select projects to find solutions to the problems faced by the industries
where they intern

 The student understands the applications of the theoretical concepts given in the class
room

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 The student is able to identify emerging job opportunities and the corresponding skill
sets required

 Students also develop a network of associations / relationships in the organizations they


intern with, which translates into industry mentor-mentee relationships

 The good performance of interns motivates companies to participate in campus


placement process of GU

 Students learn to appreciate the inter-disciplinary nature of work environment

 Students gain an insight into managerial approaches and importance of team work

 Students who wish to pursue higher education are able to choose their future area of
specialization in a more focused manner

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Criterion 3 Course Outcomes and Program Outcomes 175

Establish the correlation between the courses and the Program Outcomes (POs) & Program
Specific Outcomes (25)

NBA defined Program Outcomes as mentioned in Annexure I and Program Specific Outcomes as
defined by the Program. Six to ten matrices of core courses are to be mentioned with at least one per
semester.

Select core courses to demonstrate the mapping/correlation with all POs and PSOs.

Number of Outcomes for a Course is expected to be around 6.

3.1.1 Program Articulation Matrix


The Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of B.Tech Mechanical Engineering are
PSO1: To apply engineering graphics and solid modelling skills to perform tasks in the area of Product development.

PSO2: To perform tasks related to design, model and documentation of manufacturing Industries.

Batch 2014 – 2018


Course Codes
Course

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

C101 EEE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C102 MAT111 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -

C103 PHY111 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - - -

C104 CHY111 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - - -
C105 CLE151 3 - 2 - 3 - - - - 3 - - - -
C106 LLL111 - - - - - - - - 2 3 - 3 - -
C107 JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 2 - -

C108 EEE151 - 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C109 CHY151 2 2 - - - 1 1 - 2 - - - - -
C110 PHY151 2 - - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
C111 LLL101 - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - -

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C112 LLL121 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 3 - -

C113 PHY121 2 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C114 CHY122 2 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - -

C115 MAT121 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - - -

C116 CSE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C117 PHY141 2 - 2
C118 CHY141 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C119 CSE151 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -

C120 MEE141 3 - 2 - 3 - - - - 3 - - - -

C121 MEE151 3 2 - - - 2 - - 2 - - - - -
C201 LLL 211 2 - - - - - - - 1 3 - 2 - -
C202 MAT211 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -
C203 MEE211 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
C204 MEE212 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
C205 MEE213 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - - - - 1 - -
C206 MEE214 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 3
C207 MEE215 2 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C208 MEE251 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - 3
C209 MEE252 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
C210 EVS102 2 - - - - 2 3 2 - - - - - -
C211 HUM201 - - - - - 3 - 1 2 - - - - -
C212 LLL222 2 1 - - - - - - - 3 - 1 - -
C213 MAT221 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -
C214 MEE221 3 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - -
C215 MEE222 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C216 MEE223 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C217 MEE224 3 2 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3
C218 MEE241 3 2 1 - 3 - - - - - - - 3 3
C219 MEE242 3 3 2 - - - - - 2 1 p - - -
C220 MEE243 2 - - - - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
C221 MAT241 2 3 2 - 3 - - - - - - - - -
C301 LLL312 2 2 - - - - - - 2 3 - 2 - -

C302 MAT311 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 -
-

C303 MEE311 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - -
-
C304 MEE312 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2

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1
C305 MEE313 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
C306 MGT302 2 - 2 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - -
C307 MEE351 2 3 2 2 - - - - 2 1 - - - -
C308 MEE352 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
C309 MEE355 3 3 2 2 2 1 - - - 1 - - - -
C310 LLL322 2 1 - - - - - - - 3 - 1 - -
C311 MEE321 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2 1
C312 MEE322 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
C313 MEE323 3 2 2 1 - - - - - - - - - -
C314 MEE341 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
C315 MEE342 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
C316 MEE344 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 3
C317 ITS318 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
C318 ITS319 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
C401 MEE411 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -

C402 MEE412 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - -
-
C403 MEE413 2 3 3 2 3 - - - - 1 - - 3 3
C404 MEE451 2 3 3 - 3 - - - 2 1 - - - -

C405 MEE450 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 -
3
C406 MEE498 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3
C407 MEE499 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3

Table B.3.1a1 Program Articulation matrix 2014-18

Batch 2013 – 2017


Course Codes
Course

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

C101 EEE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C102 MAT111 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -

C103 PHY111 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - - -

C104 CHY111 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - - -

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C105 CLE151 3 - 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - - -
C106 LLL111 - - - - - - - - 2 3 - 3 - -
C107 JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 2 - -

C108 EEE151 - 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C109 CHY151 2 2 - - - 1 1 - 2 - - - - -
C110 PHY151 2 - - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
C111 LLL101 - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - -
C112 LLL121 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 3 - -

C113 PHY121 2 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C114 CHY122 2 2 - - - - 2 - - - - - - -

C115 MAT121 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - - -

C116 CSE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C117 PHY141 2 - 2
C118 CHY141 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C119 CSE151 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -

C120 MEE141 3 - 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - - -

C121 MEE151 3 2 - - - 2 - - 2 - - - - -
C201 LLL 211 2 - - - - - - - 1 3 - 2 - -
C202 MAT211 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -
C203 MEE211 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
C204 MEE212 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
C205 MEE213 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - - - - 1 - -
C206 MEE214 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 3
C207 MEE215 2 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C208 MEE251 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - 3
C209 MEE252 3 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
C210 EVS102 2 - - - - 2 3 2 - - - - - -
C211 HUM201 - - - - - 3 - 1 2 - - - - -
C212 LLL222 2 1 - - - - - - - 3 - 1 - -
C213 MAT221 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -
C214 MEE221 3 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - -
C215 MEE222 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C216 MEE223 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
C217 MEE224 3 2 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3
C218 MEE241 3 2 1 - 3 - - - - - - - 3 3
C219 MEE242 3 3 2 - - - - - 2 1 - - - -
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C220 MEE243 2 - - - - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
C221 MAT241 2 3 2 - 3 - - - - - - - - -
C301 LLL312 2 2 - - - - - - 2 3 - 2 - -

C302 MAT311 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 -
-

C303 MEE311 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - -
-

C304 MEE312 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2
1
C305 MEE313 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
C306 MGT302 2 - 2 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - -
C307 MEE351 2 3 2 2 - - - - 2 1 - - - -
C308 MEE352 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - 2 1 - - - -
C309 MEE355 3 3 2 2 2 1 - - - 1 - - - -
C310 LLL322 2 1 - - - - - - - 3 - 1 - -
C311 MEE321 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2 1
C312 MEE322 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -
C313 MEE323 3 2 2 1 - - - - - - - - - -
C314 MEE341 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
C315 MEE342 3 2 2 1 - - 1 - 2 - - - - -
C316 MEE344 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 3
C317 ITS318 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
C318 ITS319 3 2 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - - - -
C401 MEE411 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -

C402 MEE412 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - -
-
C403 MEE413 2 3 3 2 3 - - - - 1 - - 3 3
C404 MEE451 2 3 3 - 3 - - - 2 1 - - - -
C405 MEE455 3 3 2 2 2 - 2 - 1 2 - - 3 3

C406 MEE450 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 -
3
C407 MEE498 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3
3
C40 MEE499 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3

Average 2.63 2.31 1.98 1.69 2.26 1.82 1.63 1.45 2 2.1 3 1.64 2.63 2.6

Table B.3.1a2 Program Articulation matrix 2014-18

Academic Year 2012-2016

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Course
Course code PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2
C101 ENG103 - - - - - - - - 2 3 - 3 - -

C102 CHY103 2 - - - - 2 - - 1 - - - - -

C103 PHY101 2 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C104 MAT101 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -

C105 GER101 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 2 - -

C106 CLE141 3 - 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - - -

C107 MEE102 3 2 - - - 2 - - 2 - - - - -

C108 EEE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C109 EVS102 2 - - - - 2 3 2 - - - -

C110 CHY105 2 2 - - - - 2 - 1 - - - - -

C111 CHY107 2 2 - - - - 2 - 1 - - - - -

C112 ENG104 - - - - - - - - 1 3 - 2 - -

C113 PHY102 2 2 - - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C114 MAT102 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -

C115 MEE103 3 - 2 - 2 - - - - 3 - - - -

C116 MEE104 3 2 - - - 2 - - 2 - - - - -

C117 CSE101 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C118 JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 3 - 2 - -

C201 MAT201 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - -

C202 MEE201 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -

C203 MEE202 3 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - -

C204 MEE203 3 2 2 2 - - 2 - - - - 1 - -

C205 MEE204 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 3

C206 MEE205 3 2 1 - 3 - - - - - - - 3 3

C207 MEE206 2 3 2 - - - - - 2 - - - - -

C208 MEE207 3 2 2 - - - 1 - - - - - - -

C209 MEE208 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C210 MAT202 3 3 2 - - - - - - 1 - -

C211 MEE209 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

C212 MEE210 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -

C213 MEE211 3 2 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3

MEE212 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - -
C214 -

C215 MEE217 3 2 1 1 - - 2 - - - - 1 - -

LLL221 2 2 - - - - - 2 3 - 2 -
C216 -

C301 LLL311 2 2 - - - - - 2 3 - 2 - -

MEE301 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - -
C302 -

C303 MEE302 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 1

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2

C304 MEE303 3 2 2 1 2 - 1 - - - - - - -

MEE304 3 2 2 1 - - - - - - - - -
C305 -

LLL321 2 2 - - - - - 2 3 - 2 -
C306 -

MEE306 3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2
C307 1

C308 MEE307 2 3 3 2 3 - - - - 1 - - 3 3

MEE308 3 3 2 2 - 2 - 1 1 1 1 2 -
C309 -

C310 MEE356 3 3 2 2 2 1 - - - 1 - - - -

C401 MEE401 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -

C402 MEE345 3 3 - - 2 2 2 2 2 3 - - 3 3

C403 MEE455 3 3 2 2 2 - 2 - 1 2 - - 3 3

C404 MEE350 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 - 3

C405 MEE498 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3
C406 MEE499 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3
Average 2.72 2.40 2.03 1.79 2.25 1.90 1.80 1.63 1.68 2.42 2.50 1.75 2.80 2.64

Table B.3.1a3 Program Articulation matrix 2014-18

Course Articulation Matrix


Course Code MEE211 Course Engineering Mechanics
Name

Course

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

CO Statements

C203.1 Solve the engineering


problems involving
MEE211.1 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 -
equilibrium of paritcles and
rigid bodies

C203.2 Solve the problems involving


MEE211.2 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - 3 -
dry friction and virtual work.

C203.3 Determine the centroid,


centre of gravity and moment
MEE211.3 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
of inertia of various surfaces
and solids

C203.4 Solve problems related to


MEE211.4 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
kinematics and kinetics

C203.5 MEE211.5 3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
Solve problem using energy-

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momentum priniciple

3 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 3 -
MEE211

Table 3.1.2.b1 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 211

Course Code MEE222 Course Strength of Materials


Name

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
CO Statements

C215.1 Calculate the stress and strain induced in


MEE222.1 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -
simple loadings

C215.2 Solve problems based on theory on simple


MEE222.2 3 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -
bending.

C215.3 Calculate deflection of beams subjected to


MEE222.3 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
all types of loads

C215.4 Solve problems based on torsion of shafts,


MEE222.4 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
helical spring and buckling of column.

C215.5 Solve problems involving biaxial state of


MEE222.5 stress including stresses induced in 3 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
cylinders.

C215
3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
MEE214

Table 3.1.2.b2 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 214

Course Code MEE224 Course Machining Processes and Metrology


Name

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PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
CO Statements

C217. Apply the


1 principles of
MEE224. foundry and
3 3 - - - - 2 - - - - - - 3
1 casting in
initial shaping
of product.
C217. Distinguish
2 and illustrate
proper joining
process for
MEE224.
assembling 3 3 - - - - 2 - - - - - - 3
2
two pieces for
particular
engineering
application.
C217. Illustrate a
3 correct
MEE224. forming
3 3 2 - - - - - - -1 - - - 3
3 technique in
making of a
product.
C217. Demonstrate
4 an ability to
solve
MEE224. engineering
3 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
4 problems of
powder
metallurgy
processes.
C217. Compare the
5 manufacturin
g a product
MEE224. using
3 3 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3
5 different
processes out
of plastic or
composite.

C217 3 2 2 - - - 2 - - 1 - - - 3
MEE224
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Table 3.1.2.b3 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 224

Course Code MEE 311 Course Dynamics of Machinery


Name

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
CO Statements

C303. conduct
1 dynamic
MEE311. force
2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
1 analysis of
various
systems

C303. Evaluate and


2 perform
static and
dynamic
MEE311.
balancing of 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
2
high speed
rotary and
reciprocatin
g machines.

C303. analyse free


3 and forced
MEE311. vibrations of
2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
3 machines,
engines and
structures.

C303. Analyze
4 transverse
MEE311.
and torsional 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
4
vibration
systems.

C303. calculate
5 MEE311. gyroscopic 2 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
5 couple find
its effect on

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various
vehicles and
apply
concept of
governors
for speed
control.

C303
- - - - - - - - - - -
MEE311 2 2 2

Table 3.1.2.b 4 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 311

Course MEE321 Course Design of Transmission Systems


Code Name

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
CO Statements

C311.1 Design
pulleys, chain
MEE321.1 drives, rope 3 3 - - 2 - - 1 - - - 2 1
drives and
belt drives
C311.2 Design and
MEE321.2 analyze spur 3 3 - 2 - - - 1 - - - - 1
gears
C311.3 Design and
analyze of
MEE321.3 helical bevel 3 3 - - 2 - - 1 - - - 2 1
and worm
gears
C311.4 Design and
MEE321.4 analyze gear 3 3 3 - - - - 1 - - - - 1
boxes
C311.5 Design and
analyze
MEE321.5 3 3 - 2 2 - - 1 - - - 2 1
brakes and
clutches

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C311
3 3 3 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 2 1
MEE321

Table 3.1.2.b5 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 321

Course Code MEE411 Course Operations Research


Name

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
CO Statements

C401.1 Apply
operations
research
MEE411.1 techniques in 2 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - -
industrial
optimization
problems.
C401.2 Calculate
transportation
problems
MEE411.2 using various 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - - - - - -
operation
research
methods
C401.3 Evaluate
project using
MEE411.3 PERT and 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - - - - - -
CPM
techniques
C401.4 Demonstrate
various
MEE411.4 inventory 2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -
models used
in industries.
C401.5 Illustrate the
MEE411.5 use of 2 3 2 - - - - - - 1 - - - -
queuing
models in

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practical
applications
and develop
the basic
knowledge
game theory

C401
2 3 2 - 2 - - - - 1 - - - -
MEE411

Table 3.1.2.b6 Course Articulation Matrix of MEE 411

3.2. Attainment of Course Outcomes (75)

3.2.1. Describe the assessment tools and processes used to gather the data upon which the
evaluation of Course Outcome is based (10)

Describe different assessment tools (semester end examinations, mid-semester tests, laboratory
examinations, student portfolios etc) to measure the student learning and hence attainment of
course outcomes. (Student portfolio is a collection of artifacts that demonstrateskills, personal
characteristics and accomplishments created by the student during study period.)

The process adopted to map the assessment questions, parameters of assessment rubrics etc. to
the course outcomes to be explained with examples. The process of data collection from different
assessment tools and the analysis of collected data to arrive at CO attainment levels need to be
explained with examples.

Assessment Assessment
Tool Description
Tool Type Tool Title
Attainment of Course Outcomes (COs)is measured through questions prepared by
faculty to critically test strength of. This tool is useful to test the responsiveness of
Assignments
the student in identifying, formulating and solving problems given by the faculty.
It also helps to gauge written presentation skills of the students.
This performance assessment tool is used to evaluate attainment of COs through
Continuous
direct questions related to the specific topics covered during a designated period.
Assessment
Direct CAT is conducted for all the courses which are delivered through lectures and/or
Tests (CAT)
Assessment tutorials.
Tools The performance in laboratory is evaluated through appropriate rubrics. The
students are tested for their confidence in terms of design of a system and
Laboratory experimentation. Ability of the students to analyze and interpret the results of
Examinations experiments is continuously evaluated by the faculty during laboratory classes.
The strength of the students in using their skills and tools in the laboratory is also
evaluated in external laboratory examinations.
End Term This tool examines at all cognitive levels the ability and understanding of the
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Examinations students with respect to the concepts taught and their applicability in solving
complex engineering problems. The ability of the students to understand and
apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts in solving
engineering problems is keenly evaluated.
Towards the end of the course, course-end survey on a 5-point scale is conducted
by the faculty member offering the course to obtain student feedback about
Indirect
Course End attainment of Course outcome. Students are required to provide their views on
Assessment
Survey the methods adopted by faculty member for delivering the course content and
Tools
the assessment tools used for evaluating performance. Sample format for Course-
End Survey is presented in Annexure.

Table 3.2.1.1 Tools used in measuring CO

CO Attainment Weightage Assessment Tools

 Continuous Assessment Tests [I & II],


Direct CO Assignment / Quiz (50%)
80 %
attainment

 End Term Examination [ETE](50%)

Indirect CO
20 %  Course End Survey
Attainment

Overall CO
[Direct Attainment*0.8 +Indirect Attainment*0.2]
Attainment

Table 3.2.1.2 Calculation of CO attainment

The individual COs of the courses are mapped with Correlation level and are being evaluated by prescribed
assessment tools. The attainment of individual CO is calculated by assigning separate weightage to the
continuous assessment tests, end term examination, assignments and quizzes. The attainment of COs is
compared with the target level. The CO is said to be attained if its attainment value is greater than or equal to
target attainment level.

3.2.1.1. Theory Course Evaluation

Assignments, assessment tutorials, continuous assessment test, end term semester examinations are
conducted and evaluated. The distribution of marks for theory courses is as given in table below.

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Maximum Marks Weightage
Assessment Tool
Marks Scaled to
Assignments / Quizzes 20 20
Continuous Assessment Test – I (CAT I) 50 15 50%
Continuous Assessment Test-II (CAT II) 50 15

End Term Examination (ETE) 100 50 50%


Table 3.2.1.1a Distribution of marks for theory courses evaluation.

3.2.1.2 Laboratory Course Evaluation

Observation, individual report, laboratory examination is conducted and evaluated.

The distribution of marks for laboratory courses is shown in the following table.

Weightage
Component of evaluation Internal/End term Marks

Mid-term lab examination 20


50%
Internal lab test Internal 20

Internal viva 10

Lab experiment 20 50%

Lab Report End term Examination 20

Viva by external expert 10

Total 100

Table 3.2.1.2.a Distribution of marks for theory courses evaluation.

3.2.1.3 Internship Evaluation

COs Mapped
Assessment Marks PSOs
Rubrics Mapped POs
Components Allotted

Identification & CO1, PSO2


Complexity of the CO2 IR-1 25 PO2, PO6, PO12
Problem
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Feedback by trainer CO2, PSO2
on the analysis, CO3, PO3, PO4,PO5,
proposed solution, CO4 IR-2 55 PO7,PO8,PO9,
implementation and PO12, PO11
results.
Presentation and CO5
IR-3 10 PO9,PO10
Viva
CO5
Report IR-4 10 PO9,PO10

The Process for Assessment and Attainment of COs is described in the flowchart as shown in Flow Chart

Fig 3.1.3.a Process of assessment and attainment of CO

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3.2.2. Record the attainment of Course Outcomes of all courses with respect to set attainment
levels (65)

Program shall set Course Outcome attainment levels for all courses.

Measuring Course Outcomes attained through Semester End Examinations (SEE)

Target may be stated in terms of percentage of students getting equal or more than the target
set by the Program in SEE for each CO.

Measuring CO attainment through Cumulative Internal Examinations (CIE)Target may be


stated in terms of percentage of students getting more than class average marks or set by the
program in each of the associated COs in the assessment instruments (midterm tests,
assignments, mini projects, reports and presentations etc. as mapped with the COs)

Attainment 2012-16 2013-17 2014-2018


Level
1 Less than 50% students Less than 50% students Less than 50% students
scoring more than 55% scoring more than 55% scoring more than 55%
marks. marks marks.
Internal Assessment- Lab Internal Assessment-

2 50% to 60% students 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60%
Theory Courses

scoring more than 55% students scoring more students scoring more
marks.. than 55% marks. than 55% marks.
3 Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to
60% students scoring 60% students scoring 60% students scoring
more than 55% marks more than 55% marks more than 65% marks.
1 Less than 50% students Less than 50% students Less than 50% students
scoring more than 70% scoring more than 70% scoring more than 70%
marks. marks. marks.
2 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60%
students scoring more students scoring more students scoring more
than 70% marks. than 70% marks. than 70% marks.
Courses

3 Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to


60% students scoring 60% students scoring 60% students scoring
more than 70% marks. more than 70% marks. more than 70% marks.
1 Less than 50% students Less than 50% students Less than 50% students
scoring more than 55% scoring more than 55% scoring more than 55%
End Term Examination

marks. marks marks.


Assessment- Theory

2 50% to 60% students 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60%
scoring more than 55% students scoring more students scoring more
marks.. than 55% marks. than 55% marks.
3 Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to
courses

60% students scoring 60% students scoring 60% students scoring


more than 55% marks more than 55% marks more than 55% marks.

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1 Less than 50% students Less than 50% students Less than 50% students
Assessment- Lab Courses scoring more than 70% scoring more than 70% scoring more than 70%
End Term Examination

marks. marks. marks.


2 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60% 50% to less than 60%
students scoring more students scoring more students scoring more
than 70% marks. than 70% marks. than 70% marks.
3 Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to Greater than or equal to
60% students scoring 60% students scoring 60% students scoring
more than 70% marks. more than 70% marks. more than 70% marks.
Target 2.1 2.25 2.4
Level

3.2.1.8. Calculations
Direct Attainment (DA) = Semester End Examination * 0.5 + Internal Assessment * 0.5
Indirect Attainment (IA) = Course Exit Survey
Total Attainment = DA * 0.8 + IA * 0.2
Target Attainment Level = 2.4

CO Attainment 2014-18

Direct
Attainment Overall Indirect Overall
Course
Course Course Name direct attainm CO
Code End
Internal attain ent attainment
term
ment
C101 EEE101 Basic Electrical & Electronics 3 1 2 3 2.2
Engineering
C102 MAT111 Matrices and Multivariable Calculus 3 1 2 3 2.2

C103 PHY111 Modern Physics 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C104 CHY111 General Chemistry 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C105 CLE151 Engineering Graphics 3 1 2 3 2.2

C106 LLL111 Basic English 1 1 1 3 1.4

C107 JAP101 Foreign Language 3 3 3 3 3

C108 EEE151 Basic Electrical & Electronics 3 1 2 3 2.2


Engineering Laboratory
C109 CHY151 Chemistry Laboratory I 3 2 2.5 2 2.4

C110 PHY151 Physics – I Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

101
C111 LLL101 Universal Human Values and Ethics 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C112 LLL121 English Proficiency 1 1 1 3 1.4

C113 PHY121 Condensed Matter Physics 3 2 2.5 2 2.4

C114 CHY122 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 3 2 2.5 2 2.4

Ordinary Differential Equations and


MAT121 1 1 1
C115 Integral Transforms 3 1.4

Computer Programming and Problem


CSE101 2 1 1.5
C116 Solving 3 1.8

C117 CHY141 Chemistry Laboratory II 3 3 3 2 2.8

C118 PHY141 Physics – II Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

Computer Programming and Problem


CSE151 1 2 1.5
C119 Solving Laboratory 3 1.8

C120 MEE141 Advanced Engineering Graphics 3 2 2.5 3 2.6

C121 MEE151 Manufacturing Practices 3 1 2 3 2.2

English Proficiency and Apptitude


LLL 211 3 2 2.5
C201 Building -2 3 2.6

Partial Differential Equations and


MAT211 1 1 1
C202 Complex Analysis 2 1.2

C203 MEE211 Engineering Mechanics 1 1 1 3 1.4

Materials Engineering and


MEE212 2
C204 Technology 3 1 2 2

C205 MEE213 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 1 2 3 2.2

Fundamentals of Manufacturing
MEE214 3 3 3 3
C206 Processes 3

Instrumentation and Control


MEE215 3 1 2
C207 Engineering 3 2.2

C208 MEE251 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

C209 MEE252 Instrumentation Laboratory 3 3 3 2 2.8

C210 EVS102 Energy and Environmental Studies 3 3 3 2 2.8

C211 HUM201 Psychology and Sociology 3 3 3 3 3

English Proficiency and Aptitude


LLL222 3
C212 Building -3 3 3 3 3

C213 MAT222 Numerical methods 1 1 1 2 1.2

C214 MEE221 Fluid Mechanics 3 1 2 3 2.2

C215 MEE222 Strength of Materials 1 1 1 3 1.4

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C216 MEE223 Kinematics of Machinery 1 1 1 3 1.4

C217 MEE224 Machining Processes and Metrology 3 1 2 3 2.2

C218 MEE241 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 3 3 3 2 2.8

C219 MEE242 Strength of Materials Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

C220 MEE243 Materials and Metrology Laboratory 3 1 2 2 2

C221 MAT241 Numerical Methods Laboratory 2 3 2.5 3 2.6

English Proficiency and Apptitude


LLL312 3 3 3
C301 Building -4 3 3

C302 MAT311 Probability and Statistics 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C303 MEE311 Dynamics of Machinery 3 1 2 2 2

C304 MEE312 Design of Machine Elements 3 2 2.5 3 2.6

C305 MEE313 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 1 2 3 2.2

Industrial Economics and


MGT302 2
C306 Management 1 3 3 2.2

C307 MEE351 Dynamics of Machinery Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

C308 MEE352 Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

Technical Proficiency in Mechanical


MEE355 3 3 3
C309 Engineering- I 2 2.8

C310 LLL322 Campus- to- Corporate 3 3 3 3 3

C311 MEE321 Design of Transmission Systems 3 3 3 3 3

C312 MEE322 Thermal Engineering Systems 3 3 3 3 3

C313 MEE323 Turbo-machines 3 3 3 2 2.8

C314 MEE341 Thermal Engineering Laboratory 3 3 3 3 3

Fluid and Turbo-machinery


MEE342 3 3 3
C315 Laboratory 3 3

C316 MEE344 Hardware Project 3 3 3 3 3

C317 ITS318 IT Skills in C and C++ Programming 1 3 2 2 2

C318 ITS319 IT Skills in Databases 1 1 1 2 1.2

C401 MEE411 Operations Research 3 3 3 3 3

C402 MEE412 Power Plant Engineering 3 3 3 3 3

C403 MEE413 CAD/CAM 3 3 3 3 3

C404 MEE451 CAD/CAM Laboratory 3 1 2 3 2.2

C405 MEE450 Industrial Internship 3 3 3 3 3

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C406 MEE498 Project-1 3 3 3 3 3

C407 MEE499 Project-2 3 3 3 3 3

Table 3.2.2.1.a CO attainment of 2014-18

CO Attainment 2013-17
Direct Indirect
Overall
Course Attainment Overall CO
Course Course Name CO
Code End Direct through
Internal attainment
term survey
C101 ENG103 Communicative English-I 3 2 2.5 3 2.6

C102 CHY103 Chemistry – I 3 1 2 2 2

C103 PHY101 Engineering Physics – I 3 1 2 2 2

C104 MAT101 Engineering Mathematics – I 1 1 1 3 1.4

C105 MEE101 Engineering Graphics-I 3 2 2.5 2 2.4

C106 MEE102 Workshop Practice 3 1 2 3 2.2


Basic Electrical & Electronics
EEE101 2 1
C107 Engineering 1.5 2 1.6

C108 LLL101 Universal Human Values and Ethics 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C109 LLL121 Professional English-II 3 3 3 2 2.8

C110 CHY105 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 1 1 1 2 1.2

C111 CHY107 Physical Chemistry 3 1 2 3 2.2

C112 PHY102 Engineering Physics – II 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C113 MAT102 Engineering Mathematics – II 1 1 1 3 1.4

C114 MEE241 Advanced Engineering Graphics 1 1 1 2 1.2

C115 MEE242 Manufacturing Practices 2 1 1.5 3 1.8


Computer Programming and Problem
CSE101 1 1
C116 Solving 1 3 1.4

C117 GER101 Foreign Language 3 3 3 3 3

C201 LLL 211 Professional Communication 2 3 2.5 2 2.4

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C202 MAT201 Engineering Mathematics – III 1 1 1 3 1.4

C203 MEE211 Engineering Mechanics 1 2 1.5 3 1.8


Materials Engineering and
MEE212 3 2
C204 Technology 2.5 2 2.4

C205 MEE213 Engineering Thermodynamics 1 1 1 3 1.4


Fundamentals of Manufacturing
MEE214 2 2 3
C206 Processes 2 2.2
Instrumentation and Control
MEE215 2 1
C207 Engineering 1.5 3 1.8

C208 MEE251 Manufacturing Process Laboratory 3 1 2 2 2


Instrumentation and Control
MEE252 3 3
C209 Engineering Lab 3 3 3

C210 EVS102 Energy and Environmental Studies 3 3 3 3 3

C211 HUM201 Psychology and Sociology 1 3 2 3 2.2

C212 LLL221 Aptitude Building-1 3 1 2 3 2.2

C213 MAT202 Applied Numerical Methods 1 1 1 3 1.4

C214 MEE221 Fluid Mechanics 3 1 2 3 2.2

C215 MEE222 Strength of Materials 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C216 MEE223 Kinematics of Machinery 1 1 1 3 1.4

C217 MEE224 Machining Processes and Metrology 3 1 2 3 2.2

C218 MEE241 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 3 3 3 3 3

C219 MEE242 Strength of Materials Lab 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C220 MEE243 Materials and Metrology Lab 3 1 2 2 2


English Proficiency and Aptitude
LLL311 3 1
C301 Building -4 2 3 2.2

C302 MAT311 Probability and Statistics 1 1 1 3 1.4

C303 MEE311 Dynamics of Machinery 3 1 2 3 2.2

C304 MEE312 Design of Machine Elements 3 1 2 2 2

C305 MEE313 Heat and Mass Transfer 1 1 1 3 1.4


Industrial Economics and
MGT302 1 2
C306 Management 1.5 2 1.6

C307 MEE351 Dynamics of Machinery Lab 3 3 3 2 2.8

C308 MEE352 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab 3 2 2.5 3 2.6

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C309 MEE355 Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-I 2 3 2.5 3 2.6

C310 LLL322 Campus- to- Corporate 3 3 3 3 3

C311 MEE321 Design of Transmission Systems 3 3 3 3 3

C312 MEE322 Thermal Engineering Systems 3 1 2 3 2.2

C313 MEE323 Turbo-machines 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C314 MEE341 Thermal Engineering Lab 3 3 3 3 3


Fluid Mechanics and Turbo-
MEE342 3 1
C315 machinery Lab 2 3 2.2
Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-
MEE345 1 3
C316 II 2 3 2.2

C401 MEE411 Operations Research 3 3 3 2 2.8

C402 MEE412 Power Plant Engineering 3 3 3 2 2.8

C403 MEE413 CAD/CAM 2 2 2 2 2

C404 MEE451 CAD/CAM Lab 3 3 3 2 2.8


Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-
MEE455 3 3 3
C405 III 3 3

C406 MEE450 Industrial Internship 3 3 3 3 3

C407 MEE498 Project-1 3 3 3 3 3

C408 MEE499 Project-2 3 3 3 3 3

Table 3.2.2.1b CO attainment of 2013-17

CO Attainment 2012-16
Direct Indirect
Overall
Course Attainment Overall CO
Course Course Name CO
Code End Direct through
Internal attainment
term survey
C101 ENG103 Communicative English – I 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C102 CHY103 Chemistry – I 1 1 1 3 1.4

C103 PHY101 Engineering Physics – I 3 1 2 2 2

C104 MAT101 Engineering Mathematics – I 1 1 1 3 1.4

C105 GER101 Foreign Language 3 3 3 2 2.8

C106 CLE141 Engineering Graphics – I 1 1 1 3 1.4

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C107 MEE102 Workshop Practice – I 2 1 1.5 2 1.6
Basic Electrical & Electronics
EEE101 1
C108 Engineering 1 1 2 1.2

C109 EVS102 Environmental Studies 3 1 2 2 2

C110 CHY105 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 1 1 1 2 1.2

C111 CHY107 Physical Chemistry 3 1 2 2 2

C112 ENG104 Communicative English– II 3 1 2 2 2

C113 PHY102 Engineering Physics – II 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C114 MAT102 Engineering Mathematics – II 1 1 1 3 1.4

C115 MEE103 Engineering Graphics – II 1 1 1 2 1.2

C116 MEE104 Workshop Practice – II 3 1 2 3 2.2


Computer Programming and Problem
CSE101
1 1 1 2 1.2
C117 Solving

C118 JAP101 Foreign Language 1 1 1 3 1.4

C201 MAT201 Engineering Mathematics – III 1 1 1 2 1.2

C202 MEE201 Engineering Mechanics 1 1 1 2 1.2


Materials Engineering and
MEE202 1 1 1 2
C203 Technology 1.2

C204 MEE203 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 3 3 3 3


Fundamentals of Manufacturing
MEE204 1 1 1 2
C205 Processes 1.2

C206 MEE205 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 1 1 1 3 1.4


Instrumentation and Control
MEE206 1 1 1 2
C207 Engineering 1.2

C208 MEE207 Fluid Mechanics 1 1 1 3 1.4

C209 MEE208 Strength of Materials 1 1 1 2 1.2

C210 MAT202 Applied Numerical Methods 1 1 1 3 1.4

C211 MEE209 Kinematics of Machinery 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C212 MEE210 Thermal Engineering Systems 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C213 MEE211 Machining Processes and Metrology 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C214 MEE212 Power Plant Engineering 1 1 1 3 1.4

C215 MEE217 Internal Combustion Engines 3 1 2 2 2

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C216 LLL221 Professional English -IV 3 3 3 3 3

C301 LLL311 Aptitude Building -II 1 3 2 2 2

C302 MEE301 Dynamics of Machinery 2 1 1.5 2 1.6

C303 MEE302 Design of Machine Elements 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C304 MEE303 Heat and Mass Transfer 2 1 1.5 3 1.8

C305 MEE304 Turbomachines 3 1 2 3 2.2

C306 LLL321 Campus to Corporate 1 3 2 3 2.2

C307 MEE306 Design of Transmission Systems 3 3 3 2 2.8

C308 MEE307 CAD/CAM 3 2 2.5 2 2.4


Industrial Engineering and
MEE308
3 2 2.5 2 2.4
C309 Management

C310 MEE356 Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-I 2 3 2.5 3 2.6

C401 MEE401 Operations Research 3 3 3 3 3


Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-
MEE345 3 3 3 3
C402 II 3
Technical Proficiency in Mech Engg-
MEE455 3 3 3 3
C403 III 3

C404 MEE350 Industrial Internship 3 3 3 3 3


C405 MEE498 Project-1 3 3 3 3 3

C406 MEE499 Project-2 3 3 3 3 3

Table 3.2.2.1c CO attainment of 2012-16


3.3. Attainment of Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes (75)

3.3.1. Describe assessment tools and processes used for measuring the attainment of each Program

Outcome and Program Specific Outcomes (10)

(Describe the assessment tools and processes used to gather the data upon which the evaluation
of each of the Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes is based indicating the
frequency with which these processes are carried out. Describe the assessment processes that
demonstrate the degree to which the Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes are
attained and document the attainment levels)

The list of assessment tools for both direct and indirect methods is given below.

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Table 3.3. 1a Assessment tools used for calculation of PO attainment
Assessment Assessment
Tool Description
Tool Type Tool Title
The CO values of both theory and laboratory courses with appropriate
CO attained weightage as per CO PO mapping are taken into account for calculation of
direct attainment of PO’s and PSO’s.
This assessment tool is explicitly used for courses on Project Work. The tool
evaluates the students in relation to their technical, oratory and presentation
Direct skills. Appropriate rubrics are used for assessing the attainment of related
Attainment Project PO’s. This assessment tool plays a vital role in meticulously evaluating
Tools student’s attainment level of all the programme outcomes defined for
Mechanical Engineering Programme towards the completion of programme.
Appropriate rubrics are used for assessing attainment of PO’s and PSO’s.
The industrial internship offered at the end of the sixth semester is used to
Industrial
measure the PO. Appropriate rubrics are used for assessing the attainment of
Internship
related PO’s and PSO’s.
Indirect An exit Survey on 5-point rating scale is conducted by the Programme
Attainment Graduate Exit Assessment Committee (PAC) towards the closure of the programme to
Tools Survey measure the self- assessment of students in terms of attainment of POs.
Sample format for Exit Survey is presented in Annexure.

The assessment process includes both the direct and indirect measurement.

Direct Assessment CO attainment of courses 80%

Graduate Exit Survey


PO
Employer survey
Attainment Indirect Assessment 20%
Feedback on co-curricular and

extra- curricular activities

Table 3.3. 1a Calculation of PO attainment


The attainment of POs is being calculated based on the COs attainment. The POs attainment is calculated by
multiplying the COs attainment value and the COs contribution factor, where COs contribution factor is 3, 2 and
1 for High, Medium and low contribution respectively, towards POs. The POs attainment is calculated and
observations are recorded. The PSOs attainment is calculated by the process similar to that used for POs
attainment. If the POs and PSOs attainment value is 1 (low), an essential remedial action has been taken. The
process for POs attainment is described in the flowchart shown in Figure 3.3.1.a Indirect assessment is made
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based on graduate exit survey. Overall attainment of POs are calculated by taking 80% of direct attainment and
20% of indirect attainment.

Fig 3.3. 1a Process of assessment and attainment of PO


Calculations:
Total Attainment = Direct Attainment * 0.8 + Indirect Attainment * 0.2
Target Attainment Level
2012-2016 2013-2017 2014-2018
Target Attainment 2.4 2.4 2.5
Level

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3.3.2.1 Evaluation scheme for project I

Project I evaluation scheme

Course Marks Rubric


Mapped POs
Review # Agenda Description Outco weight
and PSOs
mes age

 Study of the Existing


systems (literature survey)
and feasibility of project
Project PO4, PO12,
Zeroth proposal (PO 4 & PO 12)
scopes and 10 R1 PO2, PSO1,
Review  Identification of Problem and
Proposal P1- PSO2
project proposal (PO 2) CO1,
P1-
CO2

 Review based comparison


of existing Methods of
Methods of implementation (PO 4 & PO5, PO4
project PO 12)
Review I 10 R2 PO12, PSO1,
Implementat
 Identify and propose PSO2
ion
methods of implementation
(PO 5)
P1-CO3

 Progress since Review I PO(3)


Technical  Project development
Review II 25 R3 PO(5)
Achievement  Presentation quality
P1-CO4 PSO1, PSO2

 Performance comparison on
Innovation
existing systems PO(4) & PO(5),
Review III and 20 R4
 Use of proper tools PSO1, PSO2
contribution
P1-CO4

 Result interpretation
PO(8), PO(9)
Overall  Quality of sketch, drawing and
20 R5 &PO(11),
achievement graphs
Final PSO1,
Evaluation  Team work and leadership P1-CO4

(External  Quality of Project Report


evaluation) Project Report  Description of concepts and PO(10) &
Knowledge of contemporary 15 R6
Evaluation PO(12)
issues P1-CO5
 Conclusion and future scopes

Table 3.3.1b1 Evaluation scheme for project 1


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Project - II evaluation scheme

Course Marks Rubric


Mapped POs
Review # Agenda Description Outco weight
and PSOs
mes age

 Extensive Study of the


Existing systems (literature
Project survey) and feasibility of
Zeroth PO4, PO12,
scopes and project proposal (PO 4 & 10 R1
Review PO2 PSO1
Proposal PO 12) P2-
 Refined Identification of CO1
Problem and project proposal
(PO 2)
 Review based comparison
of existing Methods of
Methods of implementation and
project PO5, PO4
Review I tools(PO 4 & PO 12) 10 R2
Implementat
 Re-Identify and propose PO12, PSO2
ion
refined methods of
implementation (PO 5)
P2-CO1

 Progress since Review I PO(3)


Technical  Project development
Review II 25 R3 PO(5)
Achievement  Presentation quality
P2-CO1,
P2-CO2 PSO1, PSO2

Innovation  Performance comparison on


existing systems PO(4) & PO(5),
Review III and P2-CO1, 20 R4
 Use of proper tools PSO1, PSO2
contribution P2-CO4

 Result interpretation P2-CO1, PO(8), PO(9)


Overall  Quality of sketch, drawing and P2-CO3 20 R5 &PO(11)
achievement graphs
Final PSO1, PSO2
Evaluation  Team work and leadership
 Quality of Project Report
(External
evaluation) Project Report  Description of concepts and PO(10) &
Knowledge of contemporary 15 R6
Evaluation PO(12)
issues P2-CO5
 Conclusion and future scopes

Table 3.3.1b2 Evaluation scheme for project 1

3.3.2. Provide results of evaluation of each PO & PSO (65)

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(The attainment levels by direct (student performance) and indirect (surveys) are to be

presented through Program level Course-PO&PSO matrices as indicated).

POs/PSOs Attainment of academic year 2014-18


Course Codes
Course

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
EEE101 2.20 1.47 1.47 - - - - - - - - - - -
C101
C102 MAT111 2.20 1.47 0.73 - - - - - - - - - - -

PHY111 1.20 1.20 - - - 0.60 - - - - - - - -


C103
C104 CHY111 1.20 - - - - 2.00 - - - - - - - -

C105 CLE151 2.20 - 1.47 - 1.47 - - - - 2.20 - - - -

C106 LLL111 - - - - - - - - 0.93 1.40 - 1.40 - -

C107 JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 3.00 - 2.00 - -

EEE151 2.20 1.47 - - - - - - 1.47 - - - - -


C108
C109 CHY151 1.60 1.60 - - - 0.80 0.80 - 1.60 - - - - -

C110 PHY151 2.00 - - - - - - - 2.00 - - - - -

C111 LLL101 - - - - - - - 1.20 0.60 - - - - -

C112 LLL121 - - - - - - - - - 1.40 - 1.40 - -

PHY121 1.60 1.60 - - - - - - 1.60 - - - - -


C113

CHY122 1.60 0.80 - - - - 1.60 - - - - - - -


C114
C115 MAT121 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - - -

CSE101 1.80 1.20 1.20 - - - - - - - - - - -


C116
C117 PHY141 2.00 - - - - - - - 2.00 - - - - -

C118 CHY141 2.80 1.87 - - - - - - 1.87 - - - - -

CSE151 1.80 1.20 0.60 - 0.60 - - 0.60 - - - - - -


C119

MEE141 2.60 - 1.73 - 1.73 - - - - 2.60 - - - -


C120
C121 MEE151 2.20 1.47 - - - 1.47 - - 1.47 - - - - -

C201 LLL 211 - - - - - 1.73 - - - 2.60 - 1.73 - -

C202 MAT211 1.20 1.20 0.80 - - - - - - - 0.40 - -

C203 MEE211 1.40 1.40 0.67 - - - - - - - - - 3.00 -

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C204 MEE212 2.00 1.33 0.67 - - - - - - - - - - -

C205 MEE213 2.20 1.47 1.47 1.47 - - - - - - - 0.73 - -

C206 MEE214 3.00 3.00 - - - - - - - - - - 3.00 3.00

C207 MEE215 1.47 2.20 1.47 - - - - - - - - - - -

C208 MEE251 3.00 2.00 - - - - - - 2.00 - - - - 3.00

C209 MEE252 2.80 1.87 - - - - - - 1.87 - - - - -

C210 EVS102 1.87 - - - - 1.87 2.80 1.87 - - 2.80 - -

C211 HUM201 - - - - - 3.00 1.00 2.00 - - -

C212 LLL 211 2.00 1.00 - - - - - - 3.00 - 1.00 - -

C213 MAT221 1.20 1.20 0.80 - - - - - - - 0.40 - -

C214 MEE221 2.20 1.47 1.47 - - - 0.73 - - - - - - -

C215 MEE222 1.40 0.93 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - -

C216 MEE223 1.40 0.93 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - -

C217 MEE224 2.20 1.47 1.47 - - - 1.47 - - 0.73 - - - 2.20

C218 MEE241 2.80 1.87 0.93 - 2.80 - - - - - - - 2.80 2.80

C219 MEE242 3.00 3.00 2.00 - - - - - 2.00 1.00 - - - -

C220 MEE243 1.33 - - - - - 1.33 - 1.33 0.67 - - - -


C221 MAT241 1.73 2.60 1.73 2.60 - - - - - - 0.87 - -
C301 LLL312 2.00 2.00 - - - - 2.00 3.00 2.00 - -

C302 MAT311 1.80 1.80 1.20 - - - - - - - 0.60 -


-

MEE311 1.33 1.33 1.33 - - - - - - - - - -


C303 -

MEE312 2.60 2.60 2.60 1.73 1.73 - - 0.87 - - - - 1.73


C304 0.87

C305 MEE313 2.20 1.47 1.47 0.73 1.47 - 0.73 - - - - - - -

C306 MGT302 1.47 1.47 1.47 - 1.47 - 2.20 - -

C307 MEE351 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 - - - - 2.00 1.00 - - - -

C308 MEE352 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 - - 2.00 - 2.00 1.00 - - - -

C309 MEE355 2.80 2.80 1.87 1.87 1.87 0.93 - - - 0.93 - - - -

C310 LLL 322 2.00 1.00 - - - - - - 3.00 - 1.00 - -

C311 MEE321 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 - - 1.00 - - - - 2.00 1.00

C312 MEE322 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 - 1.00 - - - - - - -

C313 MEE323 2.80 1.87 1.87 0.93 - - - - - - - - - -

C314 MEE341 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 - - 1.00 - 2.00 - - - - -

C315 MEE342 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 - - 1.00 - 2.00 - - - - -

C316 MEE344 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 3.00

C317 ITS318 2.00 1.33 0.67 - 0.67 - - 0.67 - - - - - -

C318 ITS319 1.20 0.80 0.40 - 0.40 - - 0.40 - - - - - -

C401 MEE411 2.00 3.00 2.00 - 2.00 - - - - 1.00 - - - -

MEE412 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 - 1.00 - - - - - -


C402 -

C403 MEE413 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 - - - - 1.00 - - 3.00 3.00

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C404 MEE451 1.47 2.20 2.20 - 2.20 - - - 1.47 0.73 - - - -

MEE450 3.00 3.00 3.00 - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 -
C406 3.00

C408 MEE498 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00

C407 MEE499 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00
Average 2.12 1.86 1.63 1.66 2.06 1.57 1.56 1.33 1.84 1.88 2.84 1.37 2.61 2.53

Table 3.3.2.a1 Pos/PSOs attainment for 2014-18


Indirect POs/PSOs attainment for 2014-18

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
Survey

Student exit
1 0.9 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 0.9 0.9 1 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.9
Survey
Employer
1 0.9 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 0.8 0.9 1 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.9
Survey
Co-
curricular
and Extra 1 0.9 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 0.8 0.9 1 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.9
Curricula
activities

Total 3 2.7 2.7 2.7 3 2.7 2.5 2.7 3 2.4 2.4 2.5 2.7 2.7

Indirect
attainment 0.6 0.54 0.54 0.54 0.6 0.54 0.5 0.54 0.6 0.48 0.48 0.5 0.54 0.54

Table 3.3.2.b1 Indirect Pos/PSOs attainment for 2014-18


Final POs /PSOs Attainment PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

Direct 2.12 1.86 1.63 1.66 2.06 1.57 1.56 1.33 1.84 1.88 2.84 1.37 2.61 2.53

Indirect 0.60 0.54 0.54 0.54 0.60 0.54 0.50 0.54 0.60 0.48 0.48 0.50 0.54 0.54
Final Attainment
(x) 2.3 2.03 1.84 1.87 2.25 1.8 1.75 1.6 2.07 1.98 2.75 1.6 2.63 2.56
Maximum
attainable PO (y) 2.70 2.45 2.18 1.95 2.41 2.06 1.90 1.76 2.20 2.28 3.00 1.91 2.70 2.68
Normalized PO
(x/y) 2.55 2.49 2.53 2.87 2.8 2.62 2.75 2.73 2.83 2.61 2.75 2.5 2.92 2.87

Table 3.3.2.c1 POs/PSOs attainment for 2014-18


Conclusion: Comparing achieved values of POs/PSOs attainment with Target Values

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PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
Target 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

Final 2.55 2.49 2.53 2.87 2.8 2.62 2.75 2.73 2.83 2.61 2.75 2.5 2.92 2.87
Attainment

Academic Year 2013-17

Course PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2
Course
code
C101 ENG103 - - - - - - - - 1.73 2.60 - 2.60 - -

C102 CHY103 1.33 - - - - 1.33 - - 0.67 - - - - -

C103 PHY101 1.33 1.33 - - - - - - 1.33 - - - - -

C104 MAT101 1.40 0.93 0.47 - - - - - - - - - - -

C105 MEE101 2.40 - 1.60 - 1.6 - - - - 2.40 - - - -

C106 MEE102 2.20 1.47 - - - 1.47 - - 1.47 - - - - -

C107 EEE101 1.60 1.67 1.67 - - - - - - - - - - -

C108 LLL101 - - - - - - - 1.67 0.53 - - - - -

C109 LLL121 - - - - - - - - - 2.80 - 2.80 - -

C110 CHY105 0.80 0.80 - - - - 0.80 - 0.40 - - - - -

C111 CHY107 1.47 1.47 - - - - 1.47 - 0.73 - - - - -

C112 PHY102 1.20 1.20 - - - - - - 1.20 - - - - -

C113 MAT102 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - - -

C114 MEE241 1.20 - 0.80 - 0.80 - - - - 1.20 - - - -

C115 MEE242 1.80 1.20 - - - 1.20 - - 1.20 - - - - -

C116 CSE101 1.40 0.93 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - -

C117 GER101 - - - - - - - - - 3.00 - 2.00 - -

C201 LLL 211 1.60 - - - - - 0.80 2.60 1.60

C202 MAT201 1.40 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - - 0.47 - -

C203 MEE211 1.80 1.80 0.60 - - - - - - - - - 1.80 -

C204 MEE212 2.40 1.60 0.80 - - - - - - - - - - -

C205 MEE213 1.40 0.93 0.93 0.93 - - 0.93 - - - - 0.47 - -

C206 MEE214 2.20 2.20 - - - - - - - - - - 2.20 2.20

C207 MEE215 1.20 1.80 1.20 - - - - - - - - - - -

C208 MEE251 2.00 1.33 - - - - - - 1.33 - - - - 2.00

C209 MEE252 3.00 2.00 - - - - - - 2.00 - - - - -

C210 EVS102 2.00 - - - - 2.00 3.00 2.00 - - - -

C211 HUM201 - - - - - 2.20 - 0.73 1.47 - - -

C212 LLL221 1.47 0.73 - - - - - - 2.20 - 1.47 - -

C213 MAT202 1.40 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - 0.47 - -

C214 MEE221 2.20 1.47 1.47 - - - 0.73 - - - - - - -

C215 MEE222 1.60 1.07 1.07 - - - - - - - - - - -

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C216 MEE223 1.40 0.93 0.93 - - - - - - - - - - -

C217 MEE224 2.20 1.47 1.47 - - - 1.47 - - 0.73 - - - 2.20

C218 MEE241 3.00 2.00 1.00 - 3.00 - - - - - - - 3.00 3.00

C219 MEE242 1.80 1.80 1.20 - - - - - 1.20 0.60 - - - -

C220 MEE243 1.33 - - - - - 1.33 - 1.33 0.67 - - - -

C301 LLL311 1.47 1.47 - - - - - 1.47 2.20 - 1.47 - -

C302 MAT311 1.40 1.40 0.93 0.47 - - - - - - - 0.47 - -

C303 MEE311 1.47 1.47 1.47 - - - - - - - - - - -

C304 MEE312 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.33 1.33 - - 0.67 - - - - 1.33 0.67

C305 MEE313 1.40 0.93 0.93 0.47 0.93 - 0.47 - - - - - - -

C306 MGT302 1.07 1.07 1.07 - 1.07 - 1.07 - -

C307 MEE351 1.87 2.80 1.87 1.87 - - - - 1.87 0.93 - - - -

C308 MEE352 2.60 1.73 1.73 1.73 - - 1.73 - 1.73 0.87 - - - -

C309 MEE355 2.60 2.60 1.73 1.73 1.73 0.87 - - - 0.87 - - - -

C310 LLL322 2.00 1.00 3.00 1.00

C311 MEE321 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 - - 1.00 - - - - 2.00 1.00

C312 MEE322 2.20 1.47 1.47 0.73 1.47 - 0.73 - - - - - - -

C313 MEE323 1.80 1.20 1.20 0.60 - - - - - - - - - -

C314 MEE341 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 - - 1.00 - 2.00 - - - - -

C315 MEE342 2.20 1.47 1.47 0.73 - - 0.73 - 1.47 - - - - -

C316 MEE345 2.20 2.20 - - 1.47 1.47 1.47 1.47 1.47 2.20 - - 2.20 2.20

C401 MEE411 1.87 2.80 1.87 - 1.87 - - - - 0.93 - - - -

C402 MEE412 2.80 1.87 1.87 0.93 1.87 - 0.93 - - - - - - -

C403 MEE413 1.33 2.00 2.00 1.33 2.00 - - - - 0.67 - - 2.00 2.00

C404 MEE451 1.87 2.80 2.80 - 2.80 - - - 1.87 0.93 - - - -

C405 MEE450 3.00 3.00 3.00 - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 - 3.00

C406 MEE455 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 - 1.00 2.00 - - 3.00 3.00

C407 MEE498 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00

C408 MEE499 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00
Average 1.91 1.72 1.54 1.39 1.89 1.60 1.38 1.50 1.40 1.84 2.52 1.49 2.35 2.27

Table 3.3.2.a2 POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17


Indirect POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17
PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

Survey

Graduate
1 1 0.9 1 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 1 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.9
Survey
Employer
1 1 0.85 1 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 1 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.8
Survey

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Feedback
on Co-
curricular
1 1 1 1 0.9 0.9 1 0.9 1 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.9
and Extra
Curricula
activities

3 3 2.75 3 2.7 2.7 3 2.7 3 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.6


Average
0.6 0.6 0.55 0.6 0.54 0.54 0.6 0.54 0.6 0.54 0.5 0.5 0.54 0.52

Table 3.3.2.b2 Indirect POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17

Final POs /PSOs Attainment:

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
Average Direct
1.91 1.72 1.54 1.39 1.89 1.60 1.38 1.50 1.40 1.84 2.52 1.49 2.35 2.27
attainment
Indirect 0.60 0.60 0.55 0.60 0.54 0.54 0.60 0.54 0.60 0.54 0.50 0.50 0.54 0.50
Attainment
Final Attainment
(x) 2.13 1.97 1.78 1.71 2.05 1.82 1.7 1.74 1.72 2.01 2.51 1.69 2.42 2.32
Maximum
attainable PO (y) 2.74 2.48 2.26 1.98 2.44 2.2 1.98 1.93 2.02 2.34 3 1.97 2.84 2.73
Normalized PO
(x/y) 2.33 2.39 2.36 2.59 2.52 2.48 2.58 2.7 2.55 2.58 2.51 2.57 2.56 2.54

Table 3.3.2.c2 POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17


Conclusion: Comparing achieved values of POs/PSOs attainment with Target Values
PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

Target 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4

Final 2.33 2.39 2.36 2.59 2.52 2.48 2.58 2.7 2.55 2.58 2.51 2.57 2.56 2.54
Attainment

Academic Year 2012-16

Course Course code PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2
C101 ENG103 - - - - - - - - 1.67 1.60 - 1.60 - -
C102 CHY103 0.93 - - - - 0.93 - - 0.47 - - - - -
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C103 PHY101 1.33 1.33 - - - - - - 1.33 - - - - -
C104 MAT101 1.40 0.93 0.47 - - - - - - - - - - -
C105 GER101 - - - - - - - - - 2.80 - 1.87 - -
C106 CLE141 1.40 - 0.93 - 0.93 - - - - 1.40 - - - -
C107 MEE102 1.60 1.67 - - - 1.67 - - 1.67 - - - - -
C108 EEE101 1.20 0.80 0.80 - - - - - - - - - - -
C109 EVS102 1.33 - - - - 1.33 2.00 1.33 - - - - - -
C110 CHY105 0.80 0.80 - - - - 0.80 - 0.40 - - - - -
C111 CHY107 1.33 1.33 - - - - 1.33 - 0.67 - - - - -
C112 ENG104 - - - - - - - - 0.67 2.00 - 1.33 - -
C113 PHY102 1.67 1.67 - - - - - - 1.67 - - - - -
C114 MAT102 1.40 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - - - 0.47 - -
C115 MEE103 1.20 - 0.80 - 0.80 - - - - 1.20 - - - -
C116 MEE104 2.20 1.47 - - - 1.47 - - 1.47 - - - - -
C117 CSE101 1.20 0.80 0.80 - - - - - - - - - - -
C118 JAP101 - - - - - - - - - 1.40 - 0.93 - -
C201 MAT201 1.20 1.20 0.80 - - - - - - - - 0.40 - -
C202 MEE201 1.20 1.20 0.40 - - - - - - - - - 1.20 -
C203 MEE202 1.20 0.80 0.40 - - - - - - - - - - -
C204 MEE203 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 - - 2.00 - - - - 1.00 - -

C205 MEE204 1.20 1.20 - - - - - - - - - - 1.20 1.20

C206 MEE205 1.40 0.93 0.47 - 1.40 - - - - - - - 1.40 1.40

C207 MEE206 0.80 1.20 0.80 - - - - - 0.80 - - - - -

C208 MEE207 1.40 0.93 0.93 - - - 0.47 - - - - - - -

C209 MEE208 1.20 0.80 0.80 - - - - - - - - - - -

C210 MAT202 1.40 1.40 0.93 - - - - - - - - 0.47 - -

C211 MEE209 1.60 1.67 1.67 - - - - - - - - - - -

C212 MEE210 1.80 1.20 1.20 0.60 1.20 - 0.60 - - - - - - -

C213 MEE211 1.60 1.67 1.67 - - - 1.67 - - 0.53 - - - 1.60

C214 MEE212 1.40 0.93 0.93 0.47 0.93 - 0.47 - - - - - - -

C215 MEE217 2.00 1.33 0.67 0.67 - - 1.33 - - - - 0.67 - -

C216 LLL221 2.00 2.00 - - - - - - 2.00 3.00 - 2.00 - -

C301 LLL311 1.33 1.33 - - - - - - 1.33 2.00 - 1.33 - -

C302 MEE301 1.67 1.67 1.67 - - - - - - - - - - -

C303 MEE302 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.20 1.20 - - 0.60 - - - - 1.20 0.60

C304 MEE303 1.80 1.20 1.20 0.60 1.20 - 0.60 - - - - - - -

C305 MEE304 2.20 1.47 1.47 0.73 - - - - - - - - - -

C306 LLL321 1.47 1.47 - - - - - - 1.47 2.20 - 1.47 - -

C307 MEE306 2.80 2.80 2.80 1.87 1.87 - - 0.93 - - - - 1.87 0.93

C308 MEE307 1.60 2.40 2.40 1.60 2.40 - - - - 0.80 - - 2.40 2.40

C309 MEE308 2.40 2.40 1.60 1.60 - 1.60 - 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 1.60 - -

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C310 MEE356 2.60 2.60 1.73 1.73 1.73 0.87 - - - 0.87 - - - -

C401 MEE401 2.00 3.00 2.00 - 2.00 - - - - 1.00 - - - -

C402 MEE345 3.00 3.00 - - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 - - 3.00 3.00

C403 MEE455 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 - 1.00 2.00 - - 3.00 3.00

C404 MEE350 3.00 3.00 3.00 - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 - 3.00

C405 MEE498 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00

C406 MEE499 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00
Average 1.74 1.66 1.40 1.50 1.66 1.59 1.42 1.46 1.34 1.87 2.45 1.32 2.13 2.10

Table 3.3.2.a3 POs/PSOs attainment for 2012-16


Indirect POs/PSOs attainment for 2012-16

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
Survey

Graduate
1 1 1 1 0.9 0.9 0.9 1 1 1 0.9 1 1 1
Survey
Employer
1 1 1 1 0.9 1 0.9 1 1 1 0.9 1 1 1
Survey
Feedback
on Co-
curricular
1 1 1 1 0.9 1 0.9 1 1 1 0.9 1 1 1
and Extra
Curricula
activities

3 3 3 3 2.7 2.9 2.7 3 3 3 2.7 3 3 3


Average
0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.54 0.58 0.54 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.54 0.6 0.6 0.6

Table 3.3.2.b2 Indirect POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17


Final POs /PSOs Attainment:
PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

Average Direct
attainment 1.74 1.66 1.40 1.50 1.66 1.59 1.42 1.46 1.34 1.87 2.45 1.32 2.13 2.10
Indirect
0.60 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.54 0.58 0.54 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.54 0.60 0.60 0.60
Attainment
Final Attainment
(x) 1.99 1.93 1.72 1.8 1.87 1.85 1.67 1.77 1.67 2.1 2.5 1.66 2.3 2.28
Maximum
attainable PO (y) 2.77 2.52 2.22 2.03 2.4 2.12 2.04 1.9 1.95 2.54 2.6 2 2.84 2.71
Normalized PO
(x/y) 2.15 2.29 2.32 2.67 2.33 2.62 2.46 2.79 2.57 2.48 2.88 2.49 2.43 2.53

Table 3.3.2.c3 POs/PSOs attainment for 2013-17

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Conclusion: Comparing achieved values of POs/PSOs attainment with Target Values

PSO1

PSO2
PO10

PO11

PO12
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9
Target 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25

Final 2.15 2.29 2.32 2.67 2.33 2.62 2.46 2.79 2.57 2.48 2.88 2.49 2.43 2.53
Attainment

Overall PO & PSO Attainment 2.5 2.92 2.87


2.49
3.5 2.53 2.75 2.55 2.54
2.55 2.39 2.62 2.73 2.61 2.57 2.56
2.87 2.8 2.79 2.832.58 2.882.75
3 2.33 2.36 2.67
2.59 2.52 2.62 2.58 2.7 2.43
2.48 2.46 2.57 2.48 2.51 2.49 2.53
2.5 2.15 2.29 2.32 2.33

2
1.5
1
0.5
0
PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2
2012-16 2.15 2.29 2.32 2.67 2.33 2.62 2.46 2.79 2.57 2.48 2.88 2.49 2.43 2.53
2013-17 2.33 2.39 2.36 2.59 2.52 2.48 2.58 2.7 2.55 2.58 2.51 2.57 2.56 2.54
2014-18 2.55 2.49 2.53 2.87 2.8 2.62 2.75 2.73 2.83 2.61 2.75 2.5 2.92 2.87

2012-16 2013-17 2014-18

Fig 3.3.3.1 Overall POs and PSOs attainment for the student batch of 2014-18, 2013-17, 2012-16

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CRITERION 4 Students’ Performance 100

CAY CAYm1 CAYm2


Item (2018- (2017- (2016-
19) 18) 17)
(Information to be provided cumulatively for all the shifts with
explicit headings, wherever applicable)

Sanctioned intake of the program (N) 60 120 180

Total number of students admitted in first year minus number of students


46 118 178
migrated to other programs/institutions, plus no. of students migrated to
this program (N1)

Number of students admitted in 2nd year in the same batch via lateral Nil 09 14
entry (N2)

Separate division students, if applicable (N3) Nil Nil Nil

Total number of students admitted in the Program (N1 + N2 + N3) 46 127 192

Table B.4a

CAY – Current Academic Year


CAYm1- Current Academic Year minus1= Current Assessment Year
CAYm2 - Current Academic Year minus2=Current Assessment Year minus 1
LYG – Last Year Graduate minus 1
LYGm1 – Last Year Graduate minus 1
LYGm2 – Last Year Graduate minus 2

Year of entry N1 + N2 + N3 (As


defined above)
Number of students who have successfully
graduated without backlogs in any
semester/year of study
(Without Backlog means no compartment or
failures in any semester/year of study)

I Year II Year III Year IV Year

CAY (2018-19) 46(46*+00+00)

CAYm1 (2017-18) 130(121*+09+00) 89

CAYm2(2016-17) 206(192*+14+00) 138 104+9

CAYm3(2015-16) 252(242*+10+00) 225 192+08 164+04


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CAYm4 (LYG)
235(222*+13+00) 219 196+13 166+12 157+12
(2014-15)

CAYm5 (LYGm1)
209(200*+09+00) 176 153+05 141+05 139+05
(2013-14)

CAYm6 (LYGm2)
322(313*+09+00) 285 250+00 218+0 216+0
(2012-13)

Table B.4b

Year of entry N1 + N2 + N3 (As Number of students who have successfully


defined above) graduated
(Students with backlog in stipulated period
of study)

I Year II Year III Year IV Year

CAY (2018-19) 46(46*+00+00)

CAYm1 (2017-18) 130(121*+09+00) 15

CAYm2(2016-17) 209(195*+14+00) 14 39+2

CAYm3(2015-16) 258(248*+10+00) 20 44+02 77+06


CAYm4 (LYG)
254(240*+14+00) 21 44+1 71+02 73+02
(2014-15)
CAYm5 (LYGm1)
224(215*+09+00) 15 34+01 54+04 67+04
(2013-14)
CAYm6 (LYGm2)
331(322*+09+00) 31 67+07 99+07 102+07
(2012-13)

Table B.4c

* including year back students.

4.1. Enrolment Ratio (20)

Enrolment Ratio= N1/N=91.30

Item

(Students enrolled at the First Year Level on average basis during the previous Marks

three academic years starting from current academic year)

>=90% students enrolled 20

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>=80% students enrolled 18

>=70% students enrolled 16

>=60% students enrolled 14

Otherwise 0

Table B.4.1

4.2. Success Rate in the stipulated period of the program (20)


4.2.1. Success rate without backlogs in any semester/year of study (15)

SI= (Number of students who have graduated from the program without backlog)/(Number of
students admitted in the first year of that batch and actually admitted in 2nd year via lateral entry
and separate division, if applicable)

Average SI = Mean of Success Index (SI) for past three batches


Success rate without backlogs in any semester/year of study = 15 × Average SI =15x0.65=9.75

Last Year of
Last Year of
Last Year of Graduate
Graduate minus 2,
Item Graduate , LYG minus 1,
LYGm2
(2014-15) LYGm1
(2012-13)
(2013-14)

Number of students admitted in the corresponding 235 209 322


First Year + admitted in 2nd year via lateral entry
and separate division, if applicable

Number of students who have graduated without 154 133 210


backlogs in the stipulated period

Success Index (SI) 0.66 0.64 0.65


Average Success Index 0.65
Table B.4.2.1

4.2.2. Success rate with backlog in stipulated period of study (5)

SI= (Number of students who graduated from the program in the stipulated period of course
duration)/ (Number of students admitted in the first year of that batch and actually admitted in 2nd
year via lateral entry and separate division, if applicable)

Average SI = mean of Success Index (SI) for past three batches

Success rate = 5 × Average SI =5x0.97=4.85

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Last Year of
Last Year of
Last Year of Graduate
Graduate minus
Item Graduate , LYG minus 1,
2, LYGm2
(2014-15) LYGm1
(2012-13)
(2013-14)
Number of students admitted in the corresponding
First Year + admitted in 2nd year via lateral entry
and separate division, if applicable 235 209 322

Number of students who have graduated with


backlogs in the stipulated period 229 202 317

Success Index (SI) 0.97 0.97 0.98

Average Success Index 0.97

Table B.4.2.2
Note: If 100% students clear without any backlog then also total marks scored will be 20 as both 4.2.1 &
4.2.2 will be applicable simultaneously

4.3. Academic Performance in Second Year (10)

Academic Performance = Average API (Academic Performance Index), where

API = ((Mean of 2nd Year Grade Point Average of all successful Students on a 10 point scale) or
(Mean of the percentage of marks of all successful students in Second Year/10)) x (number of
successful students/number of students appeared in the examination)

Successful students are those who are permitted to proceed to the Third year.
CAYm2 CAYm3 CAYm4
Academic Performance (2016- (2015- (2014-
17) 16) 15)

Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful 7.14 7.42 7.28


students (X)

Total no. of successful students (Y) 152 246 235

Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 161 250 235

API = X* (Y/Z) AP1=6.74 AP2=7.30 AP3=7.28

Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 7.107

Table B.4.3

4.4. Placement, Higher Studies and Entrepreneurship (30)

125
Assessment Points = 30 × average placement

CAYm1 CAYm2 CAYm3


Item
(2017-18) (2016-17) (2015-16)

Total No. of Final Year Students (N) 235 209 319

No. of students placed in companies or


Government Sector (x)
108 90 132
No. of students admitted to higher studies with
valid qualifying scores
(GATE or equivalent State or National Level
4 5 3
Tests, GRE, GMAT etc.) (y)
No. of students turned entrepreneur in
engineering/technology (z)
0 0 0

x+y+z= 112 95 135

Placement Index : (x + y + z )/N P1=0.4828 P2=0.4545 P3=0.4232

Average placement= (P1 + P2 + P3)/3 0.4535

13.605
Assessment Points = 30 × average placement

Table B.4.4
4.4a. Provide the placement data in the below mentioned format with the name of the program
and the assessment year:

Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2017-18


Appointm
ent
S.No Enrollment Name of the letter
Name of the Employer
. no. student placed reference
no. with
date
Offer Letter
Indu Kumar
1 1414101097 *AlFuttaimCarillion(Emrill) Dated
Pandey
01/04/18
Offer Letter
Jay Kishan *AlFuttaimCarillion(Emrill)/OptraAutomationPvt.Lt
2 1414101100 Dated
Pathak d.(Double placement)
01/04/18
Offer Letter
3 1414101160 Raj Gaur AlFuttaimCarillion(Emrill) Dated
01/04/18
Offer Letter
4 1414101112 Manish Ranjan Amazon
18/01/18
Offer Letter
18/01/18
5 1414101136 Nawazish Kamal Amazon/Cube Highways, New Delhi
and
25/07/18
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Email dated
6 1414101169 Rishab Jain Classplus
14/02/18
Email dated
7 1414101144 Prabhat Kumar CNHIndustrial(I)Pvt.Ltd.
17/05/18
Offer Letter
8 1414101109 Kunal Pratap Rao EastmanMettcastLtd. Dated
05/01/18
Email dated
9 1414101018 Akash Kunwar edWisor
31/01/18
Abhinav Kumar Email dated
10 1414101006 Infosys
Rai 22/09/17
Email dated
11 1414101069 Danish Ilahi Infosys
01/06/18
Email dated
12 1414101082 Fraz Khan Infosys
22/09/17
Offer Letter
13 1414101147 Pranshoo Jaiswal JaipurMahuaTollwayPvt.Ltd. Dated
29/01/18
Offer Letter
Aditya Prakhar
14 1414101012 R. P. S engineering Works Dated
Singh
23/11/18
Email dated
28/03/18
15 1414101095 Himanshu Pant JindalBuildsysLtd./*ZepInfratechLtd &Email
dated
05/04/18
Email dated
28/03/18
16 1414101096 Himanshu Thapa JindalBuildsysLtd./*ZepInfratechLtd &Email
dated
05/04/18
Prabhat Kumar
17 1414101145 OptraAutomationPvt.Ltd. Offer letter
Mishra
Email dated
18 1414101218 Shubham Singh RadicalMindsTechnologies
01/06/18
Email dated
19 1414101149 Prashant Vats TPSInfrastructureLtd.
02/05/18
Email dated
20 1414101075 Dhruv Goel ZepInfratechLtd.
05/04/18
Lakshya Email dated
21 1414101111 ZepInfratechLtd.
Varshney 05/04/18
Ritesh Kumar Email dated
22 1414101174 Super seal flexible Hose limited
Mehta 05/04/18
Email dated
23 1414101206 Shivam Bisht ZepInfratechLtd.
05/04/18
Email dated
24 1414101242 Vaibhav Shukla ZepInfratechLtd.
05/04/18
Offer letter
25 1414101117 Mayur Kumar DAPNIS LABS pvtltd,Ghaziabad
04/04/2018
Offer letter
26 1414101062 Ayush Dubey NTH Hitech India Pvt LTD, Gurugram
27/09/2018
Offer letter
27 1414101280 Deepender Singh Radiacl Minds Technologies Pvt Ltd
24/04/2018
Mohd Danish PCPS college of Technology& management, Offer letter
28 1414101273
Khan Mathura 19/04/2018
Offer letter
29 1414101151 Prem Kumar SD polytechnic college, Faridabad
11/11/2018
PCPS college of Technology& management, Offer letter
30 1414101171 RISHAP KUMAR
Mathura 19/11/2018

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Rayan Iqbal PCPS college of Technology& management, Offer letter
31 1414101168
Sheikh Mathura 19/11/2018
Offer letter
32 1414101221 SHUBHAM VERMA Master tools & gauges, Faridabad
23/11/2018
ANURAG Offer letter
33 1414101043 R. P. S Engineering Works, Faridabad
GANGWAR 23/11/2018
Offer letter
34 1414101064 Bhavnish Kumar R. P. S Engineering Works, Faridabad
23/11/2018
Offer letter
35 1414101035 Ankit Kumar R. P. S Engineering Works, Faridabad
23/11/2018
RAVI SANKAR Offer letter
36 1414101166 SD polytechnic college, Faridabad
JHA 11/11/2018
37 1414101049 Ashish Agrahari Tata Motors, Pune
Offer letter
38 1414101248 Vivek Rawat Ienergizer, sec 60 noida
2/12/2017
MD DANISH Email dated
39 1414101118 Vortex spring components Pvt. Ltd, gurugram
AKHTAR 09/08/18
ASHUTOSH Offer letter
40 1414101052 Ujjala exports, sec 11 noida
KUMAR SINGH 20/08/2018
Offer letter
41 1414101247 Vishal Singh Radical minds Technologies Pvt Ltd
24/04/2018
Offer letter
Saurabh kr
42 1414101194 Radical minds Technologies Pvt Ltd 24/04/2018
Dubey
Offer letter
43 1414101128 Md. Tariq Integrated Personnel Services Limited, Mumbai 21/11/2018

Shashank Offer letter


44 1414101202 Radical minds Technologies Pvt Ltd
Shekhar 24/04/2018
Offer letter
45 1414101252 Wazir Alam ANJANI TECHNOPLAST LTD,Bahadurpur, Bihar
5/8/2018
Mohd Yasar Offer letter
46 1414101270 Ienergizer, sec 60 noida
Saleem 2/12/2017
Kuldeep Kumar Offer letter
47 1414101269 Ienergizer, sec 60 noida
Prajapati 2/12/2017
Offer letter
48 1414101098 Ishan Rai Genius Consultants Ltd, Pune
25/04/2018
Sarvendra Offer letter
49 1414101189 Global Auto Land Pvt. Ltd,Pokhara, Nepal
Tripathi 14/11/2018
Ravindra Offer letter
50 1414101167 Spark Minda Technical Centre, Noida
Chagetha 13/01/2018
Offer letter
51 1414101009 Abu Raffy Integrated Personnel Services Limited, Mumbai
05/10/2018
Continental Automotive Brake Systems (I) Private Offer letter
52 1414101038 Ankur Yadav
Limited, Gurugram 13/04/2018
Email dated
53 1414101045 ApoorvMaheswari Mogli Labs, Noida
13.01.19
Offer letter
54 1414101054 Ashwini Kumar Global Edge Technologies Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad Employee
ID:GETV201
Offer letter
55 1414101123 MITRA GUPTA Waves Aircon Pvt. Ltd, Haryana
20/10/2018
AKHIL Offer letter
56 1414101021 Waves Aircon Pvt. Ltd, Haryana
VISHWAKARMA 20/10/2018
Offer letter
57 1414101110 KUSHAL VERMA Waves Aircon Pvt. Ltd, Haryana
20/10/2018
Offer letter
58 1414101217 SHUBHAM SINGH Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
15/10/2018

128
Offer letter
59 1414101255 AKASH SINGH Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
15/10/2018
Offer letter
60 1414101010 Adil Hassan Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
15/10/2018
Offer letter
61 1414101048 Aryan Mehrotra VALUE AIRCON SERVICES, New Delhi
22/10/2018
Offer letter
62 1414101139 Nitin Sangwan VALUE AIRCON SERVICES, New Delhi
22/10/2018
Offer letter
63 1414101169 Rishab Jain TechnipFMC, Delhi
12/09/2018
Offer letter
64 1414101007 Abhishek kumar Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Sanni Kumar Offer letter
65 1414101186 Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
Singh 27.10.18
Offer letter
66 1414101240 Tushar Tyagi Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
HCL Training and staffing Services Private Offer letter
67 1414101039 Anmol Sharma
Limited, New Delhi 27.09.18
Offer letter
68 1414101131 Monark Sharma Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Offer letter
69 1414101157 Rahul Kumar Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Offer letter
70 1414101024 Alok Pandey Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Offer letter
71 1414101119 Md FaizanKamaal Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Offer letter
72 1414101108 Kumar Gaurav Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Vineet Kumar Offer letter
73 1414101246 Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
Singh 27.10.18
Raghavendra Offer letter
74 1414101153 Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd, Mumbai
Srivastava 25.04.19
Offer letter
75 1414101204 Shikhar Pal Krishna Pouch Packaging Machine, Faridabad
27.10.18
Sudhanshu Offer letter
76 1414101275 Fiat India Automobiles Pvt Ltd, Pune
Gaurav 27.10.18
1414101165 Offer letter
77 Rashid Khan Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
26/11/2018
Offer letter
78 1414101047 Aryan Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
26/11/2018
1414101040 Offer letter
79 AnshulSachan Wolter Ventilators India Pvt. Ltd
26/11/2018
1414101116 Offer letter
80 Mayank Singh R. P. S Engineering Works, Faridabad
30/10/2018
Offer letter
81 1414101103 Komal Singh AJNI Industries Pvt. Ltd,Vadodra,Gujrat
04.10.18
Offer letter
82 1414101106 Kshtij Goyal AJNI Industries Pvt. Ltd,Vadodra,Gujrat
04.10.18
Offer letter
83 1414101094 Himanshu Joshi AJNI Industries Pvt. Ltd,Vadodra,Gujrat
04.10.18
Beekay Engineering Corporation Ltd, Bhilai, Offer letter
84 1414101028 Amit Singh Rawat
Chhattisgarh 02.08.18
Beekay Engineering Corporation Ltd, Bhilai, Offer letter
85 1414101030 Anand Singh
Chhattisgarh 02.08.18
Beekay Engineering Corporation Ltd, Bhilai, Offer letter
86 1414101025 Aman Singh
Chhattisgarh 02.08.18
Amit Kumar Beekay Engineering Corporation Ltd, Bhilai, Offer letter
87 1414101026
Sharma Chhattisgarh 02.08.18

129
Offer letter
88 1414101050 Ashish Verma Simplex Castings Ltd., Bhilai
21.08.18
Offer letter
89 1414101058 Avikant Gupta Simplex Castings Ltd., Bhilai
21.08.18
Offer letter
90 1414101060 Avinash Singh Simplex Castings Ltd., Bhilai
21.08.18
Offer letter
91 1414101032 Ankit Simplex Castings Ltd., Bhilai
21.08.18
Offer letter
92 1414101015 Aiyaz Ahmed ASL Industries Limited, Jamshedpur
18.07.18
Offer letter
93 1414101001 Aalekh Kumar ASL Industries Limited, Jamshedpur
18.07.18
Akhilesh Offer letter
94 1414101022 ASL Industries Limited, Jamshedpur
Srivastava 18.07.18
Offer letter
95 1414101157 Rahul Kumar Elentech India Private Limited, Greater Noida
19.10.18
Offer letter
96 1414101002 AhijeetChaubey Hitec Engineering Co.
23.07.18
Abhijeet Kumar Offer letter
97 1414101003 HINDUSTAN TURBOMACHINERY LIMITED
Singh 12.11.18
Omkamal Steel Pvt. Ltd., Durg, Chhattisgarh Offer letter
98 1414101004 ABHINAV RAJ
490024 16.07.18
Offer letter
99 1414101005 Abhinav Gupta Dwarka Industries
15.11.18
ABHISHEK Offer letter
100 1414101007 Hitec Engineering Co.
KUMAR 23.07.18
14SCME1014 ABHISHEK Offer letter
101 EvoTech Pvt. Ltd , Bhilai- 490020 (CG)
71 MANDAL 09.07.18
Omkamal Steel Pvt. Ltd., Durg, Chhattisgarh Offer letter
102 1414101008 Abhishek Pandey
490024 16.07.18
14SCME1013 Offer letter
103 Abhishek Tiwari Dwarka Industries
50 15.11.18
Offer letter
104 1414101009 Abu Raffy EvoTech Pvt. Ltd , Bhilai- 490020 (CG)
09.07.18
Offer letter
105 1414101010 Adil Hassan Hitec Engineering Co.
23.07.18
Offer letter
106 1414101271 Aditi Priya Dwarka Industries
15.11.18
Saurabh Kumar Omkamal Steel Pvt. Ltd., Durg, Chhattisgarh Offer letter
107 1414101139
490024 16.07.18
108 1414101230 Saurabh Kumar EvoTech Pvt. Ltd , Bhilai- 490020 (CG) Offer letter
Dubey 09.07.18

Table B.4.4a

Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2017-18 Higher studies


Appointment
Enrollment Name of the
S.No. Name of the Employer letter reference no.
no. student placed
with date
Selection letter dated
1 1414101207 Shivam Seth M.Tech, Lucknow (Higher studies)
25.07.18
MBA, CHRIST university, Bangalore
2 1414101017 Akash Kumar Identity card
(Higher studies)
MBA, Amity university, Noida(Higher
3 1414101081 Faraz Ali Khan Identity card
studies)
PGDBA, Symbiosis centre for
4 1414101278 DivyanshMatoria Identity Card
distance learning, Pune

130
Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2016-17
Appointment
Enrollment Name of the
S.No. Name of the Employer letter reference no.
no. student placed
with date
1 1313101043 Arpit Singh 3Dexter Education Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 26/02/17
Ishwar Chandra
2 1313101079 3Dexter Education Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 26/02/17
Jha
3 1313101041 Archit Kotwal Accenture Email dated 13/04/18
4 1313101177 Shubham Kaushik Arabol Lubricants Email dated 28/01/17
5 1313101121 Parimal Vikrant Champ Info Software Offer Letter 22/12/16
6 1313101209 Vinit Kumar Champ Info Software Offer Letter 22/12/16
Anand Mohan Email dated 04/10/16/
7 1313101026 Cognizant/ Infosys
Singh Email dated 23/09/16
Namit Kumar
8 1313101111 Cognizant Email dated 04/10/16
Yadav
9 1313101118 Pankaj Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/16
10 1313101197 Swapnil Khastagir Cognizant Email dated 04/10/16
Offer Letter 18/08/17/
11 1313101019 Akash Dhawan Ecosense/ Wipro Tech
Email dated 04/10/16
Achal Kumar
12 1313101011 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Singh
1313101175 Shourav Mohan Selection letter
13 Union Bank of India
Sinha Reg No:16806066887
14 1313101047 Ashish Negi Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Bijoy Krishna
15 1313101056 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Banik
16 1313101084 Junaid Zia Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
17 1313101087 Kovid Asthana Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Namit Kumar
18 1313101111 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Yadav
Nikhil Kumar
19 1313101113 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Bansal
20 1313101114 Nikhil Mishra Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
PranshulKulshrest
21 1313101127 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
ha
22 1313101154 SafiulSk Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Sarvesh Kumar
23 1313101163 Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
Sharma
24 1313101170 Shashank Singh Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
25 1313101177 Shubham Kaushik Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
26 1313101197 Swapnil Khastagir Infosys Email dated 23/09/16
27 1313101112 Naveen Gill Koncept Automobile Offer Letter 16/02/17
28 1313102007 Shubham Sharma Libra Automobiles Ltd. Offer Letter
29 1414101263 Animesh Kashyap M.R. Hyundai Email dated 13/01/17
30 1414101261 Mrinal Yadav M.R. Hyundai Email dated 13/01/17
Santosh Kumar
31 1313101162 M.R. Hyundai Email dated 13/01/17
Panigrahy
131
33 1313102007 Shubham Sharma Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Offer Letter 25/01/17
Sandeep Kr.
34 1313101157 Nigania Steels (P) Ltd. Email dated 02/01/17
Kaushik
35 1313101066 Diwanshu Yadav Perfect Generators Email dated 15/04/17
36 1313101077 Imran Khan Perfect Generators Email dated 15/04/17
37 1313101181 Shubham Tiwari Pioneer e-solution Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 23/03/17
38 1313101198 Tanuj Yadav Pioneer e-solution Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 23/03/17
39 1313101132 Pulkit Trivedi R.K. Associates Offer Letter
Offer letter
Kay Dee Market Insights Private CIN:U74999UP2018PTC
40 1313101032 Ankur Verma
Limited, Noida 101
980
Email dated
41 1414101262 Bhavesh Gawde Research Nester
05/08/17
Email dated
42 1313101077 Imran Khan Research Nester
05/08/17
Ref No.
43 1414101264 Gaurav Kumar SKH Metals Ltd.
SKHML:HR:7/17
44 1313101095 Maaz Ali Khan Super Auto Offer Letter 07/02/17
45 1313101039 Apoorav Singh Tech Mahindra Email dated 11/10/16
46 1313101125 Prakhar Kumar Tech Mahindra Email dated 11/10/16
Vivek Kumar
47 1313105009 Tech Mahindra Email dated 11/10/16
Yadav
48 1313101019 Akash Singh Vinayak Packaging Offer Letter 10/01/17
49 1313101118 Pankaj Singh VIVO Mobile Pvt.Ltd. Email dated 11/03/17
Surya Pratap
50 1313101196 VIVO Mobile Pvt.Ltd. Email dated 11/03/17
Singh
51 1313101019 Akash Dhawan
51 1313101078 Ishan Sharma Wipro Tech Email dated 04/10/16
Krishna Kumar
52 1313101090 Wipro Tech Email dated 04/10/16
Singh
53 1313101216 Yash Baliyan Wipro Tech Email dated 04/10/16
Offer letter
54 1313101087 Kovid Asthana Honda Power Products
16/06/2017
Shivam Kumar Offer letter
55 1313101227 Suryoday Infratech india Pvt ltd
Mishra 10/04/2018
Offer letter
56 1313101217 Yashasvi Parashar TeamLease
01/02/2018
UN.269/2561(Work
57 1313101064 Devendra Pandey SIAM NEJI CO Ltd
permit No.)
Offer letter
Nilkamal BITO Storage System Pvt
58 1313101027 Anil Sharma 01/9/2018
Ltd.
Vishwa
59 1313101211 A.A. Industries, Alwar 1313101001
pratapsingh
AB grain spirit Pvt Ltd, Gurugram Offer letter
60 1313101107 Mukeshkumar
Haryana 08/10/2018
61 1313101117 Pankaj Kumar GAIL india limited Offer letter
Offer letter
62 1313101031 Ankur Aman Oppo
Dated 08.09.18
Atmastco Pvt Ltd, Bhilai -490 026 Offer letter
63 1313101001 Aamir Perwez
Chhattisgarh 17/7/2017
64 1313101002 Abhay Kumar Avasarala Technologies ltd Offer letter

132
Pandey 13-11-2017
Offer letter
65 1313101003 Abhilendu Kumar Hydro- Serve Technologies, Mumbai 16-11-17

Abhimanyu Offer letter


66 1313101237 Powertek Equipment Co.
Bhandari 16-08-17
Atmastco Pvt Ltd, Bhilai -490 026 Offer letter
67 1313101004
Abhinav Rawat Chhattisgarh 17-7-2017
ABHISEK KUMAR Hariom Ingots & Power Pvt Ltd, Offer letter
68 1313101224
MAHATO Bhilai, Chhattisgarh 490026 14-08-2017
Offer letter
69 1313101005 Avasarala Technologies ltd
Abhishek 13-11-2017
Offer letter
70 1313101006 Powertek Equipment Co.
Abhishek Kumar 16-08-17
ABHISHEK KUMAR Offer letter
71 1313101007 NISHI TECHNO-SYS
SUDHANSHU 9/10/2017
Abhishek Kumar Atmastco Pvt Ltd, Bhilai -490 026 Offer letter
72 1313101008
Tripathi Chhattisgarh 17-7-2017
Offer letter
73
1313101009 Abhishek Sharma Avasarala Technologies ltd 13-11-2017
Offer letter
74
1414101260 Abhishek Shukla Powertek Equipment Co. 16-08-17
Offer letter
75
1313101010 Abhishek Singh NISHI TECHNO-SYS 9/10/2017
Offer letter
76
1313101012 ADIL ASLAM Hydro- Serve Technologies, Mumbai 16-11-17
Offer letter
77
1313101013 Aditya Banibal Sidvin Core-Tech (I) Pvt. Ltd. 11/12/2017
Offer letter
78
1313101014 Aditya Deb Roy NISHI TECHNO-SYS 9/10/2017
Innovate Minds Software Solutions Offer letter
79 1313101015
Aditya Raj Pvt. Ltd. 18-12-2017
80 1313101016 ADITYA SOLANKI Sidvin Core-Tech (I) Pvt. Ltd. 11/12/2017
Offer letter
81 1313101219
AFSAR IMAM Hydro- Serve Technologies, Mumbai 16-11-17
Bharat Automotive Pressings India Offer letter
82 1313101017
Ahmad Salman Pvt.Ltd. 20-11-2017
Offer letter
83 1313101018
AJMAL MAJEED Sidvin Core-Tech (I) Pvt. Ltd. 11/12/2017
Bharat Automotive Pressings India Offer letter
84 1313101021
AKASH TOMAR Pvt.Ltd. 20-11-2017
Offer letter
85
1313101022 Akhil Paliwal Automag India Pvt. Ltd. 16-10-2017
Offer letter
86
1313101023 Alok Kumar Automag India Pvt. Ltd. 16-10-2017
Offer letter
87
1313101024 Amar Chaudhary Sidvin Core-Tech (I) Pvt. Ltd. 11/12/2017
Ambarish Kumar Bharat Automotive Pressings India Offer letter
88 1313101025
Pandey Pvt.Ltd. 20-11-2017
ANKIT KUMAR Offer letter
89 1313101029 Automag India Pvt. Ltd.
SRIVASTAVA 16-10-2017
Innovate Minds Software Solutions Offer letter
90 1313101030 Ankit Pandey
Pvt. Ltd. 18-12-2017
Table B.4.4b

Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2016-17 Higher studies


Enrollment Name of the Appointment
S.No. Name of the Employer
no. student placed letter reference no.
133
with date
Higher studies MBA, North eastern
1 1313101085 Kirti Agarwal ADMISSION DETAILS
university, Boston (Higher Studies)
Amity University, MBA, Noida (Higher
2 1313101060 Deepanshu goel ADMISSION DETAILS
Studies)
3 1313102006 Shubham Jain MBA, BITS Pilani (Higher Studies) IDENTITY CARD
Higher studies IIE Science & tech
4 1313101208 Vinayak Dev ADMISSION DETAILS
(Higher Studies)
MBA CHRIST
5 1313101095 Maaz Ali Khan UNIVERSITY,BANGALORE (Higher IDENTITY CARD
Studies)

Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2015-16


Appointment
Enrollment Name of the
S.No. Name of the Employer letter reference no.
no. student placed
with date
Offer letter dated
1 1201201255 Rahul Singh Gaur Al Tair Inspection Services
27/12/16
2 1201201004 Pawan Yadav Bluejack Email dated 02/02/16
3 1201201033 Aishwarya Jindal Bluejack Email dated 02/02/16
5 1201201273 Vikrant Gupta Bygging India Ltd. Email dated 12/09/16
6 1201201308 Amit Kumar Jha Bygging India Ltd. Email dated 12/09/16
7 1201201004 Pawan Yadav Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
8 1201201007 Ankit Pushkar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
9 1201201008 Saurav Chauhan Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
10 1201201009 Nikhil Gupta Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
11 1201201015 Tushar Joshi Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Ankush Kumar
12 1201201040 Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Singhal
Gaurav Kumar
13 1201201042 Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Sinha
14 1201201043 Samarth Mishra Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
15 1201201048 Shalabh Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
16 1201201065 Bhavya Sharma Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
17 1201201068 Pankaj Kumar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
18 1201201069 Bhupinder Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
19 1201201078 Rishabh Sharma Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
20 1201201106 Abhinav Sahay Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Gagandeep Singh
21 1201201107 Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Saini
22 1201201127 Utkarsh Tiwari Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
23 1201201138 Kapil Gangwar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
24 1201201144 Prashant Kumar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
25 1201201153 Chirag Ahluwalia Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
26 1201201161 Ritanshu Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
27 1201201166 Imbesat Hassan Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
28 1201201177 Gaurav Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15

134
29 1201201196 Sumit Kumar Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
30 1201201225 Rajat Durgapal Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
31 1201201239 Ankit Pal Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
32 1201201246 Bilal Hasan Khan Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
33 1201201260 Amit Sharma Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
34 1201201275 Parth Rohan Singh Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
35 1201201284 Ajay Kumar Tripathi Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
36 1201201291 Jhalkeet Sharma Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
37 1201201296 Kamran Mazhar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
38 1201201311 Yogesh Kumar Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
39 1201201331 Vishal Singh Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
40 1201201334 Jiwitesh Prasad Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
41 1201201350 Manish Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
42 1201201359 NamanHura Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Shivam Kumar
43 1201801002 Cognizant Email dated 04/10/15
Singh
44 1201201079 Saurabh Goswami FlexiEle Consulting services Offer Letter 27/06/16
45 1201201009 Nikhil Gupta Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
46 1201201016 Utkarsh Darbari Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
47 1201201043 Samarth Mishra Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
48 1201201064 Shivanshu Garg Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
49 1201201087 Shubham Pandey Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
50 1201201106 Abhinav Sahay Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
51 1201201113 Binay Kumar Singh Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
52 1201201196 Sumit Kumar Singh Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
53 1201201215 Aman Agrawal Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
54 1201201261 RiturajSengar Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
Abhishek Kumar
55 1201201285 Infosys Email dated 27/09/15
Tiwary
56 1201201105 Deepanshu Sharma Price Ponder Email dated 08/02/16
Offer letter dated
57 1201201104 Aditya Bisht Printers Tech
04/05/16
58 1201201077 ArunabhShanker Schenker India Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 01/06/16
59 1201201144 Prashant Kumar Schenker India Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 01/06/16
60 1201201173 Siddharth Singh Softenger India Pvt. Ltd. Email dated 26/02/16
61 1201201268 Ravindra S. Mawari Space Group Email dated 29/01/16
62 1201201039 Akshay Rawat Tech Mahindra Email dated 30/10/15
63 1201201072 Vipul Kumar Tech Mahindra Email dated 30/10/15
64 1201201120 Mohammad Zaid Tech Mahindra Email dated 30/10/15
65 1201201121 Agnivesh Garg Tech Mahindra Email dated 30/10/15
66 1201201209 Prateek Srivastava Tech Mahindra Email dated 30/10/15
67 1201201011 Divyanshu Singh Tega Industries Email dated 30/11/15
68 1201201196 Sumit Kumar Singh Think & Learn Email dated 16/03/16
69 1201201001 MainakMoulick Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15

135
70 1201201004 Pawan Yadav Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
71 1201201008 Saurav Chauhan Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
72 1201201016 Utkarsh Darbari Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
73 1201201029 Ashish Shukla Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Ankush Kumar
74 1201201040 Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Singhal
75 1201201065 Bhavya Sharma Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
76 1201201069 Bhupinder Singh Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
77 1201201080 SulekhTokas Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
78 1201201091 Sonu Kumar Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
79 1201201144 Prashant Kumar Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
80 1201201153 Chirag Ahluwalia Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
81 1201201161 Ritanshu Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
82 1201201196 Sumit Kumar Singh Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
83 1201201242 Lakshay Nagpal Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
84 1201201256 AvijitLangeh Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
85 1201201274 Roshan Gurung Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Abhishek Kumar
86 1201201285 Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Tiwary
87 1201201296 Kamran Mazhar Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
88 1201201311 Yogesh Kumar Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Mohd. Rameez
89 1201201337 Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Javed Siddiqui
Shivam Kumar
90 1201801002 Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Singh
91 1201801003 Vineet Rupani Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
92 1201801004 Vibhu Bajpai Wipro Tech Email dated 02/10/15
Offer letter
93 1201201052 Ashish Sinha MANKIFT india
27 Jan 2018
ORIX Auto Infrastructure Services Offer letter
94 1201201044 SHASHWAT TIWARI
Limited 28 Nov 2016
Offer letter
95 1201201046 Shubhakar Mishra Zee Media corp. noida
27 Oct 2017
Offer letter
96 1201201100 Rajan Kumar Soni Team Lease
03 May 2018
Offer letter
97 1201201195 Prince Gupta Ambica Steels Limited, Delhi
06 Aug 2018
Offer letter
98 1201201003 Deepak Shukla Vimson Electricals (P) Ltd,Noida
07 Nov 2017
1201201003 Shanti Swaroop Multimax Engineering Works Pvt. Ltd, Offer letter
99
Shukla Meerut 15/09/2016
Automat Industries Pvt. Ltd, New Offer letter
100 1201201175 AKSHAY KHOKHER
Delhi 01/08/2017
Offer letter
101 1201201307 VISHAL SRIVASTAV Radical Minds,
24/04/2018
Emdet Jamshedpur Pvt Offer letter
102 12SET201347 Aakash Chandra
Jamshedpur – 832 109 (INDIA) 16-Aug-16
Hardrock Fabrication Pvt Ltd, Offer letter
103 1201201333 Aaqil Pathan
Jamshedpur - 832108 22-Aug-16
Aashish Kumar Advanced Sys-tek Pvt. Ltd., Offer letter
104 1313101238
Sahu Vadodara, Gujarat 11/7/2016

136
ABDUL AZEEM Aditya Forge Ltd., Vadodara, Gujarat Offer letter
105 1201201101
KHAN - India. 18/7/2016
Akshar Precision Tubes Pvt. Ltd,
Offer letter
106 1201201269 ABHILASH SHARMA Vadodara-390002,
12/9/2016
Gujarat
1201201014 ABHIMANYU Emdet Jamshedpur Pvt Offer letter
107
SIKARWAR Jamshedpur – 832 109 (INDIA) 16-Aug-16
1201201335 Hardrock Fabrication Pvt Ltd, Offer letter
108 ABHINAV JOHRI
Jamshedpur - 832108 22-Aug-16
1201201179 ABHISHEK Advanced Sys-tek Pvt. Ltd., Offer letter
109
MURARKA Vadodara, Gujarat 11/7/2016
1201201047 ADITYA DEV Emdet Jamshedpur Pvt Offer letter
110
AGRAWAL Jamshedpur – 832 109 (INDIA) 16-Aug-16
12SET201220 Hardrock Fabrication Pvt Ltd, Offer letter
111 ADITYA SINGH
Jamshedpur - 832108 22-Aug-16
1201201170 Advanced Sys-tek Pvt. Ltd., Offer letter
112 Ahmad Hussain
Vadodara, Gujarat 11/7/2016
1201201226 Aditya Forge Ltd., Vadodara, Gujarat Offer letter
113 Ajay Gangwar
- India. 18/7/2016
Akshar Precision Tubes Pvt. Ltd,
Ajay Kumar Offer letter
114 1201201109 Vadodara-390002,
Chauhan 12/9/2016
Gujarat
1201201142 AJEET KUMAR Offer letter
115 Nauvata Engineering Pvt. Ltd
SINGH 19-09-2016
1201201277 GERB Vibration Control Systems Pvt. Offer letter
116 AKASH BHARDWAJ
Ltd. 3/10/2016
1201201002 HINDUSTAN TURBOMACHINERY Offer letter
117 AKHIL YADAV
LIMITED 10/10/2016
1201201175 Offer letter
118 AKSHAY KHOKHER Nauvata Engineering Pvt. Ltd
19-09-2016
1201201316 ALOK KUMAR GERB Vibration Control Systems Pvt. Offer letter
119
SINGH Ltd. 3/10/2016
1201201086 GERB Vibration Control Systems Pvt. Offer letter
120 AMAN CHOUDHARY
Ltd. 3/10/2016
1201201314 Offer letter
121 AMBER DUBEY Nauvata Engineering Pvt. Ltd
19-09-2016
1201201345 GERB Vibration Control Systems Pvt. Offer letter
122 AMIT BHADANA
Ltd. 3/10/2016
Offer letter
123
Anmol Singh Konar Engineering Service 7/11/2016
1201201205

1201201178 HINDUSTAN TURBOMACHINERY Offer letter


124 ANSHU RAJ
LIMITED 10/10/2016
12SET201025 ANSHUMAN SINGH Turbomachinery Engineering Offer letter
125
CHAUHAN Industries Ltd., 17-10-2016
1201201223 Offer letter
126 ANUJ KUMAR Konar Engineering Service
7/11/2016
1201201090 Offer letter
127 ARCHIT SINGH Avasarala Technologies ltd
14-11-2016
1201201084 Turbomachinery Engineering Offer letter
128 AREEB ALAM
Industries Ltd., 17-10-2016
1201201165 Offer letter
129 ARPIT MISHRA Konar Engineering Service
7/11/2016
1313101226 Offer letter
130 ARUN NAG Avasarala Technologies ltd
14-11-2016
1201201356 HINDUSTAN TURBOMACHINERY Offer letter
131 ANIL
LIMITED 10/10/2016
1201201009 Akshar Precision Tubes Pvt. Ltd, Offer letter
132 Nikhil Gupta
Vadodara-390002, Gujarat 12/9/2016

137
Table B.4.4c

Programs Name and Assessment Year : B.Tech ME 2015-16 Higher studies


Appointment
Name of the
S.No. Enrollment no. Name of the Employer letter reference no.
student placed
with date
Parth Rohan Admission details
1 1201201275 MBA, Amity university
Singh 10 Mar 2017
M.Tech, Dr B R Ambedkar NIT, Admission details 28
2 1201201029 Ashish Shukla
Jalandar June 2018
Sumit Kumar
3 1201201196 PGDM, IIM Ranchi Identity card
Singh

4.5. Professional Activities (20)

4.5.1. Professional societies/chapters and organizing engineering events (5)

Galgotias Mechanical Engineering Society (GMES) is a Techno-Cultural society in the School


ofMechanical Engineering was set-up in Academic Year 2015-16. The Dean is the president and one faculty
is the secretary of the society. All the remaining position are held by the elected students of Third year and
Second year. The various student clubs are formed under GMES. This forum has the following broad
objectives:

 Plan & organize technical programmes and activities, such as special lectures, workshops, seminars,
symposia, and exhibitions etc. for benefit of students on regular basis.
 Provide a platform to students to exchange ideas and information on the topics of their interest like
curriculum, job market, higher studies, emerging technologies, contemporary issues related to
mechanical engineering discipline etc.
 Encourage team work and self reliance among students
 Augment various aspects relating to professional development of students.

In academic year 2018-19, a student chapter under the Institution of Engineers has been established in the
School of Mechanical Engineering to undertake various activities.

Events organized under Galgotias Mechanical Engineering Society (GMES) during the last 3 years are
presented below:

Sl Name of No. of
Event Student
. Event Organized Coordinato Student Resource Duration/
Name/ Achievem
N Type By rs/ Participa person Date
Title ents
o. Organizers nts

Academic Year 2017-18


Workshop
Mr A K Student
on
Goel and gained
Conventio Galgotias 3 days (29
Mr A Jain, knowledge
Worksh nal Power Mechanical Dr. P. K. – 31
1 250 National in various
op Generatio Engineering Chaudhary October,
Power sources of
n& Society 2017)
Training Power
Manageme
Institute generation
nt In

138
associatio
n with
National
Power
Training
Institute
(Ministry
of Power,
Governme
nt of
India),
Badarpur,
New Delhi,
HANDS
ON
TRAINING
(Undertaki
ng Of Skill
Developm
ent
Program
From
Governme
Student used
nt Of
Galgotias 2 days the
India) On Dr.P.Mathiy MrRitikSingh,C
Worksh Mechanical (5-11-17 knowledge
2 “ARDIUNO alagan 120 EO,
op Engineering & in doing
& BIT N BYTE
Society 6-11-17) Project
EMBEDDE
Work
D
SYSTEM”
In
Associatio
n With BIT
N BYTE
LABORATO
RIES
PVT.LTD

Workshop
Student
on “C
learned to
Programmi
effectively
ng
solve
Language”
Galgotias 2 days complex
In Dr.P.Mathiy MrRitikSingh,C
Worksh Mechanical (23.01.18 problems
3 Associatio alagan 120 EO,
op Engineering & related to
n With BIT BIT N BYTE
Society 24.01.18) Mechanica
N BYTE
l
LABORATO
Engineerin
RIES
g using C
PVT.LTD
language
Workshop
on
Student used
“Robotics”
Galgotias
the
In Mechanical Dr.P.Mathiy MrRitikSingh,C
2 days (29-01-
Worksh knowledge
4 Associatio Engineering alagan 120 EO, 18 & 30-
op in doing
n With BIT Society/MEC BIT N BYTE 01-18)
Project
N BYTE HINVESTRO
Work
LABORATO
RIES

139
PVT.LTD

Student got
idea
Seminar Dr M
Galgotias 2 days regarding
on Recent Dr.P.Mathiy Rajmohan,
Mechanical (17.10.17 the latest
5 Seminar trends in alagan 50 Professor,
Engineering and trends in
manufactu Anna
Society 18.10.17) manufactu
ring University
ring

Academic Year 2016-17


Workshop
on
“Process
Equipment Student
Design learned
and 5 days the cost
Mr Neeraj
Economics (22.10.16, effective
Galgotias Rupauliha,
”, 5.11.16, method of
Worksh Mechanical Mr Anuj
1 National Dr.Anamika Paul
20 12.11.16, designing
op Engineering Jain and
Automotiv 19.11.16 various
Society MrUgrasen
e Testing and process
Yadav
and R&D 26.11.16) equipment
Infrastruct s
ure Project
(NATRIP),
New Delhi

Student got
idea of
manufactu
3-D Galgotias ring
MrRanu
Worksh Printing & Mechanical Dr. Kumar 1 day complex
2 50 Mishra,
op CNC Engineering Sambhav (23.03.17) shapes
CETPA
Machine Society using 3-D
printers

Recent Student
trends in learned to
CFD Galgotias 2 days analyze
Symposi Mechanical Dr Sudipto (28.03.17 problems
3 50
um Engineering Sarkar and involving
Society 29.03.17) fluid flows

4 Worksh Research Galgotias Dr Sudipto 50 2 days Student gained


op methodolo Mechanical Sarkar (11.04.17 knowledge
gy Engineering and of IC
adopted in Society 12.04.17) Engines
IC Engine and its
application
s in
Automobil
e
industries

Academic Year 2015-16

140
Student
learned to
effectively
use
Workshop- Galgotias commands
Dr.Satya MrLinkan
Worksh Auto CAD Mechanical 1 day for
1 Narayan 50 Sagar,
op & CATIA, Engineering (18-03-16) designing
Satapathy ORMAT
ORMAT Society various
componen
ts in 2-D
as well as
3-D

Student
Galgotias learned
Seminar- School of MrLinkan
Semina Mechanical 1day for
2 CATIA,ORM Mechanical 50 Sagar,
r Engineering (20-11-15) designing
AT Engineering ORMAT
Society componen
ts in 3-D
MrNivitBh 2 days 1st
Auto
Inventors asin, (31.10.15 automobil
mantra
innovators MrDheersing 20 Founder, and e
Worksh 2`.0
3 and h Hiperform 01.11.15) overhaulin
op (Automobil
entrepreneur ance g
e
ship club Motorspor workshop
workshops)
ts in GU
Student
gained
Table B.4.5.1 knowledge
of
overhaulin
4.5.2. Publication of technical magazines, newsletters, etc. (5) g
Automobil
es
Faculty encourages the students to actively participate in writing articles for University’s technical magazines and
newsletters. Summary of student participation in contributing articles for in-house magazines/ newsletters
during last 3 academic years is presented below:

S. Name of the Volume No. / Student editors


Name of the Name of the
No. Magazine/ News Month
Chief editor Associate editor
Letter
Academic Year 2017-18
1 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-5/December, Dr P Mathiyalagan Mr Ankur Sinha Aman Kant
2017
2 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-6/April, 2018 Dr P Mathiyalagan Mr Ankur Sinha Aman Kant
Academic Year 2016-17
3 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-3/December, Dr P Mathiyalagan Dr. Sudipto Akhilesh
2016 Sarkar Srivastava
4 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-4/April, 2017 Dr P Mathiyalagan Dr. Sudipto Akhilesh
Sarkar Srivastava
Academic Year 2015-16
5 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-1/December, Dr S N Satapathy Dr. Sudipto Vinayak Dev
2015 Sarkar
6 “MECH-Newsletter” Vol-2/April, 2016 Dr S N Satapathy Dr. Sudipto Vinayak Dev
Sarkar

Table B.4.5.2
141
4.5.3 Participation in inter-institute events by students of the program of study (10)

(The Department shall provide a table indicating those publications, which received
awards in the events/conferences organized by other institutes)
Participation of students in events/ conferences organized by other institutes during last 3 academic years
and their achievements in the same is presented below:

Within State

Date / Event Organized By Team/ Remarks


Session Participants
Academic Year 2017-18
06.06.17 Workshop on IIT Kanpur Adil Wazeer
to Human Values (1514101020)
13.06.17 and
Professional
Ethics
26.06.17 Supra Buddh international Brijmohan Rana
to SAEINDIA circuit, Greater Noida (1514101080),
01.07.07 Vibhaw
Srivastava
(1514101278)
08.07.17 National Kart Galgotias university, Brij Mohan rana
and racing Greater Noida (1514101080),
09.08.17 Vibhaw
Srivastava
(1514101278),
MohdFaiz Ansari
(1514101150),
Vishal
(1514101284)
08.12.17ICCEMME-2017 G.L. Bajaj Institute of Abhinav Raj Presented an article on
and (International Technology and (1414101004),
09.12.17 conference) Management, Greater Ashish verma
“Generation of Electricity by
Noida (1414101050), crank mechanism method in
Himanshu Joshi Railway track”
(1414101094)
and Mitra Gupta
(1414101123)
01.04.18SYNCRETECH3.0 Galgotias university, Abhijeet Tiwari
to02.04.18 Greater Noida.
12.04.18ICT GA-2018 IIMT college of Adil Wazeer Presented an article on
and (International Engineering, Greater (1514101020)
13.04.18 conference) Noida
”Smart Grid”
17.01.2018
Indian karting race Galgotias university, Brijmohan rana Participation in race
to (ISIE India) MNRE BuddhInternationl (1514101080),
21.01.2018 circuit, Greater Noida. VibhawSrivastava
(1514101278),
Naman Rana

Academic Year 2016-17


Golympia 2016 Galgotias University, Vishal Kumar
19.04.16
Greater Noida. (1514101290)
Brijmohan rana
(1514101080),
08.10.16 Galgotias university,
Autokriti 8.0 MohdFaiz Ansari Attended the workshop
to10.10.16 Greater Noida.
(1514101150)

142
Internshala, Adil Wazeer Attended a one day online
27.08.16Online Workshop
http://internshala.com/ (1514101020) Workshop
Galgotias University, Vishal Yadav Participated
18.08.2016
Automantra3.0
Greater Noida. (1514101289)
National conference
School of Basic and
23.09.16 on Emerging
Applied sciences, Adil Wazeer
and trends in Presented an article
Galgotias university, (1514101020)
24.09.16 Applied
Greater Noida
Sciences
International
conference on
Vibhaw
10.02.17 Human values
IIT Kanpur Srivastava Volunteer
to12.02.17 in Higher
(1514101278)
education

International
conference on Participated in the
Adil Wazeer
12.02.17 Human in IIT Kanpur International conference
(1514101020)
Higher
Education
Participated in Seminar
titled“Recent Innovation and
IEEE National Galgotias university, Adil Wazeer
24.03.17 Development in Electrical and
seminar Greater Noida (1514101020)
Electronics Engineering”

Table B.4.5.3 a

Outside State

Date / Event Organized By Team/ Remarks


Session Participants
Academic Year 2017-18
14.07.17 BAJA Sae India Chitkara university, Vibhaw
to15.07.17 Punjab Srivastava
(1514101278),
MohdFaizAnsari
(1514101150),
Vishal
(1514101284)
13.10.17ICETMIE-2017 North Cap University, Maaz Ali Khan Presented an article on “Biofuel
and (International Gurugram, Haryana. (1313101095)
14.10.17 conference) and
applications on the performance
RajatJastrodia analysis of I C Engine using
(1313101140) Simulation”
28.01.18ICARI-2018 Delhi State Centre, Adil Wazeer Presented an article on
(International Institution of Engineers (1514101020),
conference) (India), New Delhi- Md. Waquar
“Experimental Analysis of
110002, India. (1514101136) Isentropic fluid based vapour
compression refrigeration
system using Second Law of
Thermodynamics”
10.03.18ISIE India Symbiosis University MohdFaiz
to Indian karting race Ansari
11.03.18 (1514101150)
15.03.18Power plant National Power Adil Wazeer Participated in training
Simulator Training Institute, (1514101020)
143
Training Badarpur, New Delhi.
08.04.18ICRIESM-2018 Maharastra State Anand Singh Presented an article on “A
(International Centre, Institution of (1414101030),
conference) Engineers (India), Ankit Kumar
Review on Research Aspects
Mumbai. (1414101036), and Trends in Electrical
Sachin Kumar Discharge Machining”
(1414101180)
and Akshay
Kumar
(1414101023)
15.03.18National power Badarpur, New Delhi Brijmohan rana
training (1514101080),
institute Vibhaw
Srivastava
(1514101278)

Academic Year 2016-17


12.02.16
Naman Rana
to NRC India Robokart IIT Madras
(1514101164)
13.02.16
ECIM-2016 Presented an article on “Static
Jawaharlal Nehru Harshit Mishra
03.07.16 (International and modal analysis of
University, New Delhi. (1313102001)
conference) connecting rod”
Vibhaw
21-
Robosapiens IIT Delhi Srivastava Participation
24.10.18
(1514101278)

Table B.4.5.3 b

Journal articles Published by students during the last 3 academic years and their achievements in the
same is presented below:

Academic Year 2017-18

Structural
analysis of
International
sugarcane
Journal of
Journal Vol.1 bagasse as a
Research in Adil Wazeer International
1 Publicatio Issu 2017 feedstock in
Engineering and (1514101020) Journal
n e6 downdraft
Innovation
gasifier
system-A
review
The Internationa
l Journal of Numerical
Journal Research in Vol 7 analysis and
Adil Wazeer International
2 Publicatio Mechanical Issu October2017 performance
(1514101020) Journal
n Engineering and e2 of friction
Technology stir welding

International Reverse
Journal for engineering
Journal Vol 5
research in November Adil Wazeer based International
3 Publicatio Issu
Applied Science 2017 (1514101020) methodolog Journal
n e 11
and engineering y for
technology modelling of
144
cutting tool

Genetic
Algorithm
and
The Internationa Response
l Journal of Adil Wazeer surface
Journal Vol 7
Research in January (1514101020), methodolog International
4 Publicatio Issu
Mechanical 2018 Ahtisham y based Journal
n e1
Engineering and Hashmi optimization
Technology of electrical
discharge
machining

International
Journal of
Journal Vol.7
Advance Adil Wazeer International
5 Publicatio Issu April 2018 Smart Grid
Research in (1514101020) Journal
n e5
Science and
Engineering

Academic Year 2016-17

1 Journal Journal of Vol.3 September201 Shubham Jain ‘Drag International


Publicatio Material Science Issu 6 (1313102006) reduction of Journal
n and Mechanical e6 & Shubham circular
Engineering Sharma cylinder by
(1313102007) an upstream
splitter plate

2 Journal International Vol 5 December Adil Wazeer Gasification- International


Publicatio journal of Issu 2016 (1514101020), contributing Journal
n engineering and e6 Bhaskar to the
computer Chaturvedi energy
science (1514101076), production
ShriyashMohril demands

Academic Year 2015-16

1 Journal Journal of Vol.2 December Shubham Jain Low Internationa


Publicatio Material Science Issu 2015 (1313102006) Reynolds l Journal
n and Mechanical e 13 & Shubham number flow
Engineering Sharma over a
(1313102007) square
cylinder in
vicinity of a
downstream
splitter plate
Table B.4.5.3 c

145
CRITERION 5 Faculty Information and Contributions 200

Table B.5
Note: Please provide details for the faculty of the department, cumulative information for all the shifts
for all academic years starting from current year in above format in Annexure - II.

Academic Year 2015-2016


Qualification Academ
ic
Researc
Association with the Institution

Associated is
h

Professor
of Joining the Institution
Date on which Designated as
Name of the Faculty Member

(Y/N)
Degree (highest degree)

Year of Attaining Higher

Faculty Receiving Ph.D.


Assessment

of Association
theAssociated
Professor/Associate

Regular/Contract
In case Currently
Research Paper

Date of Leaving
Ph.D. Guidance
Specialization
Qualification

Department

Publications
Designation
University

Currently

Nature
during
Years
Date

Pawan Ph.D IIT Kanpur 200 Fu HOD& 15/ Mechan Design and 2 1 Ye Re
Kumar . 6 ll Profes 06/ ical optimizatio 1 s gu
Singh Ti sor 201 Enginee n lar
Nain me 1 ring
Satya Ph.D IIT DELHI 201 Ful Profes 05/ Mechan Mechanical 2 0 N Ye Re
Narayan . 2 l sor 09/ ical Engineering O s gu
Satapath Ti 201 Enginee lar
y me 1 ring
Harshdee Ph.D NIT 201 Fu Profes 03/ Mechan Thermal 5 0 N Ye Re
p . Hamirpur 4 ll sor 08/ ical O s gu
Sharma Ti 201 Enginee lar
me 2 ring
Banshi Ph.D IIT Roorkee 201 Ful Profes 03/ Mechan WELDING 1 2 N Ye Re
Prasad . 0 l sor 09/ ical ENGINEERI 5 O s gu
Agrawal Ti 201 Enginee NG lar
me 2 ring
Sudipto Ph.D IIT Kanpur 201 Fu Profes 01/ Mechan Thermal 2 5 N No Re
Sarkar . 0 ll sor 04/ ical and Fluid 2 o gu
Ti 201 Enginee lar
me 4 ring
Pitamber Ph.D IIT Varanasi 201 Ful Profes 05/ Mechan Industrial 1 0 n No Re
Kumar . 4 l sor 03/ ical Engg. And 4 o gu
Chaudhar Ti 201 Enginee Manageme lar
146
y me 4 ring nt
P Ph.D NIT(Trichy) 200 Fu Profes 07- Mechan Production 7 0 N Ye Re
Mathiyal . 9 ll sor 06- ical 8 o s gu
agan Ti 201 Enginee lar
me 5 ring
P Ph.D Annamalai 201 Ful Profes 07- Mechan Manufactur 6 0 Y Ye Re
Tamilchel . University 5 l sor 06- ical ing e s gu
van Ti 201 Enginee Engineering s lar
me 5 ring
J Ronald Ph.D NIT Trichy 201 Fu Profes 15/ Mechan Mechanical 2 0 n Ye Re
Aseer . 4 ll sor 05/ ical Engineering 5 o s gu
Ti 201 Enginee lar
me 4 ring
P Suresh Ph.D Anna 201 Ful Profes 15/ Mechan Composite 1 0 0 Ye Re
. University, 4 l sor 05/ ical Materials 0 s gu
Chennai Ti 201 Enginee lar
me 4 ring
Iqbal Ph.D Jamia Millia 25/ Fu Profes 01/ Mechan Industrial N R
Ahmed . Islamia Delhi 05/ ll sor 03/ ical Engg. & 1 0 0 o eg
Khan 200 Ti 201 Enginee Economics 7 ul
7 me 2 ring ar
Rasheed Ph.D Kurukshetra 198 Ful Profes 03/ Mechan Design No R
Ahmed . Univirsity 1 l sor 09/ ical Engg. 1 1 N eg
Khan Ti 201 Enginee 3 2 o ul
me 2 ring 6 ar
Kumar Ph.D IIT Kanpur 201 Fu Associ 06/ Mechan CAD CAM 1 0 N No Re
Sambhav . 3 ll ate 11/ ical 4 O gu
Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
me sor 2 ring
Maniraj Ph.D NIT Trichy 201 Ful Associ 15/ Mechan Manufactur 5 0 n Ye Re
M . 4 l ate 05/ ical ing o s gu
Ti Profes 201 Enginee Engineering lar
me sor 4 ring
S Ph.D NIT Trichy 201 Fu Associ 15/ Mechan Nano 5 0 n Ye Re
Kennedy . 4 ll ate 05/ ical Matterial o s gu
Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
me sor 4 ring
Krishna Ph.D IIT Roorkee 201 Ful Associ 21/ Mechan Spray 5 0 0 No Re
Vijay . 0 l ate 08/ ical casting gu
Ojha Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
me sor 2 ring
Akanksha M.T IIT (BHU) 11/0 Full Assista 17/ Mechan Thermal & No R
6/20 Tim
Gupta ech. 13 e nt 07/ ical Fluid Engg. eg
/M. Profes 201 Enginee ul
E. sor 3 ring ar
Trinath M.T Bit, Mesra 199 Ful Assista 03/ Mechan Thermal 4 0 0 Ye Re
Mahala ech. 7 l nt 08/ ical s gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 2 ring
147
Lalit M.T YMCAIE 201 Fu Assista 03/ Mechan Mfg & 2 0 0 Ye Re
Kumar ech. Faridabad 0 ll nt 09/ ical Automation s gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 2 ring
Manish M.T NIT 201 Ful Assista 06/ Mechan Manufactur 6 0 0 Ye Re
Pant ech. Jalandhar 2 l nt 07/ ical ing s gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee Engineering lar
E. me sor 2 ring
Kuldeep M.S. Sanjose 201 Fu Assista 01/ Mechan Design 2 0 0 Ye Re
Narwat Satate 0 ll nt 04/ ical s gu
University Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
me sor 4 ring
Swet M.T IISc, 200 Ful Assista 04- Finite 0 0 0 Ye Re
Chandan ech. Bangalore 5 l nt 01- Element s gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Methods lar
E. me sor 4
Arjun M.T IIT 201 Fu Assista 11/ Mechan Industrial 0 0 0 Ye Re
Kumar ech. Kharagpur 3 ll nt 03/ ical Engg. And s gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee Manageme lar
E. me sor 4 ring nt
Altaf M.T SLIET,Sangru 201 Ful Assista 11/ Mechan Manufactur 0 0 0 Ye Re
Hasan ech. r, Punjab 3 l nt 04/ ical ing s gu
Tarique /M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee Engineering lar
E. me sor 4 ring
Manoj M.E Indian 201 Fu Assista 15/ Mechan Mechanical 0 0 0 Ye Re
Kumar Institute of 3 ll nt 07/ ical Engineering s gu
RCP Science , Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
Bangalore me sor 5 ring
Bijender M.T IIT BHU 17/ Ful Assista 16/ Mechan Thermal & N R
Kumar ech. 10/ l nt 07/ ical Fluid Engg. o eg
Singh /M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee ul
E. 5 me sor 5 ring ar
Jayant M.T GBTU 201 Fu Assista 22/ Mechan Mechanical N R
Singh ech. LUCKNOW 2 ll nt 02/ ical engineering o eg
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee ul
E. me sor 3 ring ar
Arun M.T MDU Rohtak 201 Ful Assista 28/ Mechan Mechanical 1 0 0 No Re
Kumar RK ech. 5 l nt 07/ ical Engg. gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 5 ring
Ravi Kant M.T Delhi 14/ Fu Assista 26/ Mechan CAD-CAM No Re
ech. University 03/ ll nt 08/ ical & Robotics gu
/M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. 4 me sor 4 ring
Ganesh M.T IIT Kanpur 201 Ful Assista 01/ Mechan Design No Re
Ranakoti ech. 3 l nt 04/ ical Engg. gu
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 4 ring

148
Uttam M.T IIT 18/ Fu Assista 01/ Mechan Fuel Engg. No Ye
Singh ech. (Dhanbad) 06/ ll nt 04/ ical s
Rajput /M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee
E. 3 me sor 4 ring
Nibha M.T IIT DELHI 201 Ful Assista 16/ Mechan Mechanical No Ye
Kumari ech. 3 l nt 07/ ical engineering s
/M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee
E. me sor 3 ring
Neeraj M.T AKTU 04/ Fu Assista 05/ Mechan CAD No Ye
Kumar ech. Lucknow 02/ ll nt 06/ ical 0 s
Sharma /M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee 3
E. 3 me sor 4 ring
Etkaf M.T JAMIA MILIA 201 Ful Assista 24/ Mechan Mechanical No Re
Hasan ech. ISLAMIA 3 l nt 04/ ical engineering gu
Khan /M. Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 4 ring
Anand M.T IIT Delhi 15/ Fu Assista 16/ Mechan Thermal No Re
Kumar ech. 07/ ll nt 07/ ical Engg. gu
/M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. 3 me sor 3 ring
Amit M.T NIT 02/ Ful Assista 29/ Mechan Thermal No Re
Kumar RS ech. kurukshetra 07/ l nt 07/ ical Engg. 0 gu
/M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee 1 lar
E. 3 me sor 3 ring
P Sankar M.T PSG College 201 Fu Assista 24/ Mechan Thermal 2 0 0 Ye Re
Subbaiah ech. of 3 ll nt 04/ ical Engineering s gu
/M. Technology Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. me sor 4 ring
Onkar C M.T IIT Roorkee 09/ Ful Assista 25/ Mechan Welding No Re
hawla ech. 07/ l nt 08/ ical Engg. gu
/M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. 4 me sor 4 ring
Shikhar M.T IIT Delhi 26/ Fu Assista 26/ Mechan Thermal No Re
Upadhya ech. 08/ ll nt 08/ ical Engg. gu
y /M. 201 Ti Profes 201 Enginee lar
E. 3 me sor 3 ring
Divyansh M.T BITS Pillani 25/ Ful Assista 14/ Mechan Manufactu No Re
u Mittal ech. 08/ l nt 02/ ical ring gu
/M. 200 Ti Profes 201 Enginee Process lar
E. 6 me sor 3 ring

Table B.5 (2015-2016)

149
Academic Year 2016-2017
Qualification Academi
c

Association with the Institution


Researc

Associated is
Professor
Date of Joining the Institution
Date on which Designated as
Name of the Faculty Member

(Y/N)
Degree (highest degree)

Year of Attaining Higher

Faculty Receiving Ph.D.


Assessment

of Association
theAssociated
Professor/Associate

Regular/Contract
In case Currently
Research Paper

Date of Leaving
Ph.D. Guidance
Specialization
Qualification

Department

Publications
Designation
University

Currently

Nature
during
Years
Satya Ph.D. IIT 2012 Full HOD&P 05/0 Mechanic Mechanical 2 0 N Yes Re
Nara DELH Tim rofesso 9/20 al Engineering O gul
yan I e r 11 Engineeri ar
Satap ng
athy
Pawa Ph.D. IIT 2006 Ful Profess 15/0 Mechanic Design and 1 1 n Yes Re
n Kanp l or 6/20 al optimization 8 o gul
Kum ur Tim 11 Engineeri ar
ar e ng
Singh
Nain
Hars Ph.D. NIT 2014 Full Profess 03/0 Mechanic Thermal 6 0 N Yes Re
hdee Hami Tim or 8/20 al O gul
p rpur e 12 Engineeri ar
Shar ng
ma
Bans Ph.D. IIT 2010 Ful Profess 03/0 Mechanic WELDING 1 2 N Yes Re
hi Roor l or 9/20 al ENGINEERING 5 O gul
Prasa kee Tim 12 Engineeri ar
d e ng
Agra
wal
Sudip Ph.D. IIT 2010 Full Profess 01/0 Mechanic Thermal and 2 5 N No Re
to Kanp Tim or 4/20 al Fluid 5 o gul
Sarka ur e 14 Engineeri ar
r ng
Pita Ph.D. IIT 2014 Ful Profess 05/0 Mechanic Industrial Engg. 1 0 n No Re
mber Vara l or 3/20 al And 4 o gul
Kum nasi Tim 14 Engineeri Management ar
ar e ng
Chau
dhar
y
J Ph.D. NIT 2014 Full Profess 15/0 Mechanic Mechanical 3 0 n Yes Re
Rona Trich Tim or 5/20 al Engineering 9 o gul
150
ld y e 14 Engineeri ar
Asee ng
r
P Ph.D. Anna 2014 Ful Profess 15/0 Mechanic Composite 1 0 0 Yes Re
Sures Unive l or 5/20 al Materials 2 gul
h rsity, Tim 14 Engineeri ar
Chen e ng
nai
P Ph.D. NIT(T 2009 Full Profess 07- Mechanic Production 7 0 N Yes Re
Math richy) Tim or 06- al 0 o gul
iyala e 201 Engineeri ar
gan 5 ng
P Ph.D. Anna 2015 Ful Profess 07- Mechanic Manufacturing 6 0 Y Yes Re
Tamil malai l or 06- al Engineering e gul
chelv Unive Tim 201 Engineeri s ar
an rsity e 5 ng
TR Ph.D. UPM 2006 Full Profess 15/0 Mechanic Mechanical 2 5 n No Re
Vijay , Tim or 7/20 al Engineering 4 o gul
aram Selan e 16 Engineeri 0 ar
gor, ng
Mala
ysia
Kum Ph.D. IIT 2013 Ful Associa 06/1 Mechanic CAD CAM 1 0 N No Re
ar Kanp l te 1/20 al 5 O gul
Samb ur Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
hav e or ng
Krish Ph.D. IIT 2010 Full Associa 21/0 Mechanic Spray casting 5 0 0 No Re
na Roor Tim te 8/20 al gul
Vijay kee e Profess 12 Engineeri ar
Ojha or ng
Mani Ph.D. NIT 2014 Ful Associa 15/0 Mechanic Manufacturing 5 0 n Yes Re
raj Trich l te 5/20 al Engineering o gul
M y Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
e or ng
S Ph.D. NIT 2014 Full Associa 15/0 Mechanic Nano Matterial 6 0 n Yes Re
Kenn Trich Tim te 5/20 al o gul
edy y e Profess 14 Engineeri ar
or ng
Vikas Ph.D. MNN 2014 Ful Associa 19/0 Mechanic Industrial 1 1 0 No Re
Kum IT l te 7/20 al Engineering 8 gul
ar Allah Tim Profess 16 Engineeri and ar
Chou abad e or ng Managemnt
bey
Asho Ph.D. IIT 2017 Full Associa 25/0 Mechanic Thermal 7 0 0 No Re
k ROO Tim te 7/20 al gul
Kum RKEE e Profess 16 Engineeri ar
ar or ng
Dew
anga
151
n
Trina M.Te Bit, 1997 Ful Assista 03/0 Mechanic Thermal 5 0 0 Yes Re
th ch./ Mesr l nt 8/20 al gul
Mah M.E. a Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
ala e or ng
Lalit M.Te YMC 2010 Full Assista 03/0 Mechanic Mfg & 3 0 0 Yes Re
Kum ch./ AIE Tim nt 9/20 al Automation gul
ar M.E. Farid e Profess 12 Engineeri ar
abad or ng
Mani M.Te NIT 2012 Ful Assista 06/0 Mechanic Manufacturing 7 0 0 Yes Re
sh ch./ Jalan l nt 7/20 al Engineering gul
Pant M.E. dhar Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Akan M.Te IIT 11/ Full Assista 17/0 Mechanic Thermal & No Re
ksha ch./ BHU 06/2 Tim nt 7/20 al Fluid Engg gul
Gupt M.E. 013 e Profess 13 Engineeri ar
a or ng
Jayan M.Te GBTU 2012 Ful Assista 22/0 Mechanic Mechanical No Re
t ch./ LUCK l nt 2/20 al engineering gul
Singh M.E. NOW Tim Profess 13 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Nibh M.Te IIT 2013 Full Assista 16/0 Mechanic Mechanical No Re
a ch./ DELH Tim nt 7/20 al engineering gul
Kum M.E. I e Profess 13 Engineeri ar
ari or ng
Amit M.Te NIT 2013 Ful Assista 29/0 Mechanic Mechanical 1 0 0 No Re
Kum ch./ Trich l nt 7/20 al Engg. gul
ar RS M.E. y Tim Profess 13 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Kulde M.S. Sanjo 2010 Full Assista 01/0 Mechanic Design 2 0 0 No Re
ep se Tim nt 4/20 al gul
Narw Satat e Profess 14 Engineeri ar
at e or ng
Unive
rsity
Swet Ph.D. SUNY 2017 Ful Assista 01/0 Mechanic Finite Element 6 0 Y Yes Re
Chan , USA l nt 4/20 al Methods e gul
dan Tim Profess 14 Engineeri s ar
e or ng
Arjun M.Te IIT 2013 Full Assista 11/0 Mechanic Industrial Engg. 0 0 0 Yes Re
Kum ch./ Khara Tim nt 3/20 al And gul
ar M.E. gpur e Profess 14 Engineeri Management ar
or ng
Altaf M.Te SLIET, 2013 Ful Assista 11/0 Mechanic Manufacturing 0 0 0 Yes Re
Hasa ch./ Sangr l nt 4/20 al Engineering gul
n M.E. ur, Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
Tariq Punja e or ng
ue b

152
Etkaf M.Te JAMI 2013 Full Assista 24/0 Mechanic Mechanical No Re
Hasa ch./ A Tim nt 4/20 al engineering gul
n M.E. MILIA e Profess 14 Engineeri ar
Khan ISLA or ng
MIA
Man M.E IISc , 2013 Ful Assista 15/0 Mechanic Mechanical 0 0 0 Yes Re
oj Bang l nt 7/20 al Engineering gul
Kum alore Tim Profess 15 Engineeri ar
ar e or ng
RCP
K M.Te IIT 2004 Full Assista 30- Mechanic Materials 5 0 0 0 0
Sakth ch./ madr Tim nt 06- al Engineering
ival M.E. as e Profess 201 Engineeri
or 6 ng
Pava M.Te ISM 2016 Ful Assista 07- Mechanic Materials 2 0 0 No Re
n ch./ Dhan l nt 11- al Engineering gul
Kum M.E. bad Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
ar e or 6 ng
Yada
v
Shas M.Te IIT 2015 Full Assista 25/0 Mechanic Mechanical 3 0 0 No Re
hikan ch./ Khara Tim nt 7/20 al gul
t Das M.E. gpur e Profess 16 Engineeri ar
or ng
Anive M.Te VIT, 2012 Ful Assista 07- Mechanic machtronic 0 0 0 Yes Re
lS ch./ VELL l nt 04- al gul
M.E. ORE Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
e or 6 ng
Sham M.Te IIT 2014 Full Assista 07- Mechanic Mechanical No Re
my ch./ Vara Tim nt 04- al Engineering gul
Kum M.E. nasi e Profess 201 Engineeri ar
ar or 6 ng
Sah
Man M.Te IIT 2015 Ful Assista 07- Mechanic Infrastructure 0 0 0 Yes Re
oj ch./ Khara l nt 05- al Design& Mgt. gul
Kum M.E. gpur Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
ar e or 6 ng
Shukl
a
Samr M.Te IIT 2016 Assista 07- Mechanic Production 0 0 0 No Re
at ch./ Roor nt 05- al gul
Sagar M.E. kee Profess 201 Engineeri ar
or 6 ng
Bijen M.Te Full Assista 16/0 Mechanic No Re
der ch./ Tim nt 7/20 al gul
Kum M.E. e Profess 15 Engineeri ar
ar or ng
Singh
Muk M.Te MNN 2015 Ful Assista 25/0 Mechanic Mechanical No Re
153
esh ch./ IT l nt 7/20 al engineering gul
Chaw M.E. Allah Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
la abad e or ng
Shrik M.Te IIT 2014 Full Assista 25/0 Mechanic Manufacturing 3 0 0 Yes Re
ant ch./ (ISM) Tim nt 7/20 al Engineering gul
Vidya M.E. DHA e Profess 16 Engineeri ar
NBAD or ng
Jiyaul M.Te AMU 2011 Ful Assista 26/0 Mechanic Machine Design 9 0 0 Yes Re
Must ch./ l nt 7/20 al gul
afa M.E. Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Arun M.Te MDU 2015 Full Assista 28/0 Mechanic Mechanical 1 0 0 No Re
Kum ch./ Roht Tim nt 7/20 al Engg. gul
ar RK M.E. ak e Profess 15 Engineeri ar
or ng
Danis M.Te JAMI 2011 Ful Assista 29/0 Mechanic Mechanical No Re
h ch./ A l nt 7/20 al engineering gul
Aiza M.E. MILIA Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
m ISLA e or ng
Ahm MIA
ad
Moh M.Te AMU 2013 Full Assista 29/0 Mechanic Mechanical 1 0 0 Yes Re
amm ch./ Aligar Tim nt 7/20 al engineering gul
ad M.E. h e Profess 16 Engineeri ar
Raza or ng
Faisal M.Te AMU 2011 Ful Assista 30/0 Mechanic Thermal 2 0 0 Yes Re
Sham ch./ Aligar l nt 7/20 al gul
eem M.E. h Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Sunil M.Te IIT 2013 Full Assista 07- Mechanic Machine Design 3 0 0 No Re
RK ch./ DELH Tim nt 08- al gul
M.E. I e Profess 201 Engineeri ar
or 6 ng
Bijen M.Te DTU 2016 Ful Assista 22/0 Mechanic Mechanical 1 0 0 No Re
dra ch./ l nt 7/20 al Engg. gul
Prasa M.E. Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
d e or ng
Hima M.Te Anna 2008 Full Assista Mechanic Mechanical No Re
nshu ch./ Unive Tim nt al engineering gul
Panja M.E. rsity e Profess Engineeri ar
r or ng
Table B.5 (2016-2017)

Academic Year 2017-2018

154
Qualification Academi
c
Researc

Association with the Institution

Associated is
Professor
of Joining the Institution
Date on which Designated as
Name of the Faculty Member

(Y/N)
Degree (highest degree)

Year of Attaining Higher

Faculty Receiving Ph.D.


Assessment

of Association
during theAssociated
Professor/Associate

Regular/Contract
case Currently
Research Paper

Date of Leaving
Ph.D. Guidance
Specialization
Qualification

Department

Publications
Designation
University

Currently

Nature
Years
Date

In
Satya Ph.D. IIT 2 Ful HOD 05/0 Mechani Mechanical 2 0 N Yes Re
Narayan DELH 0 l &Profe 9/20 cal Engineering O gul
Satapathy I 1 Tim ssor 11 Engineeri ar
2 e ng
Harshdeep Ph.D. NIT 2 Fu Profess 03/0 Mechani Thermal 6 0 N Yes Re
Sharma Hami 0 ll or 8/20 cal O gul
rpur 1 Tim 12 Engineeri ar
4 e ng
Banshi Ph.D. IIT 2 Ful Profess 03/0 Mechani WELDING 1 2 N Yes Re
Prasad Roor 0 l or 9/20 cal ENGINEERING 8 O gul
Agrawal kee 1 Tim 12 Engineeri ar
0 e ng
Sudipto Ph.D. IIT 2 Fu Profess 01/0 Mechani Thermal and 2 5 N No Re
Sarkar Kanp 0 ll or 4/20 cal Fluid 8 o gul
ur 1 Tim 14 Engineeri ar
0 e ng
Pitamber Ph.D. IIT 2 Ful Profess 05/0 Mechani Industrial Engg. 1 0 n No Re
Kumar Vara 0 l or 3/20 cal And 4 o gul
Chaudhary nasi 1 Tim 14 Engineeri Management ar
4 e ng
P Ph.D. NIT(T 2 Fu Profess 07- Mechani Production 7 0 N Yes Re
Mathiyala richy) 0 ll or 06- cal 8 o gul
gan 0 Tim 201 Engineeri ar
9 e 5 ng
P Ph.D. Anna 2 Ful Profess 07- Mechani Manufacturing 6 0 Y Yes Re
Tamilchelv malai 0 l or 06- cal Engineering e gul
an Univ 1 Tim 201 Engineeri s ar
ersity 5 e 5 ng
Apurva Ph.D. NIT 2 Fu Profess 07- Mechani indurstrial 2 0 N No Re
Anand Allah 0 ll or 04- cal Engineering 1 O gul
abad 1 Tim 201 Engineeri ar
2 e 7 ng
J Ronald Ph.D. NIT 2 Ful Profess 15/0 Mechani Mechanical 3 0 n No Re
Aseer Trich 0 l or 5/20 cal Engineering 9 o gul
y 1 Tim 14 Engineeri ar
4 e ng
155
P Suresh Ph.D. Anna 2 Fu Profess 15/0 Mechani Composite 1 0 0 Yes Re
Univ 0 ll or 5/20 cal Materials 5 gul
ersity 1 Tim 14 Engineeri ar
, 4 e ng
Chen
nai
Pawan Ph.D. IIT 2 Ful Profess 15/0 Mechani Design and 2 1 n Yes Re
Kumar Kanp 0 l or 6/20 cal optimization 1 o gul
Singh Nain ur 0 Tim 11 Engineeri ar
6 e ng
TR Ph.D. UPM 2 Fu Profess 15/0 Mechani Mechanical 2 5 n No Re
Vijayaram , 0 ll or 7/20 cal Engineering 4 o gul
Selan 0 Tim 16 Engineeri 0 ar
gor, 6 e ng
Mala
ysia
Kumar Ph.D. IIT 2 Ful Associa 06/1 Mechani CAD CAM 1 0 N No Re
Sambhav Kanp 0 l te 1/20 cal 8 O gul
ur 1 Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
3 e or ng
Sudhir Ph.D. NIT 2 Fu Associa 01/0 Mechani Thermal 1 1 n Yes Re
Kumar Kuru 0 ll te 7/20 cal 1 o gul
Singh chetr 1 Tim Profess 17 Engineeri ar
a 6 e or ng
Maniraj M Ph.D. NIT 2 Ful Associa 15/0 Mechani Manufacturing 8 0 n Yes Re
Trich 0 l te 5/20 cal Engineering o gul
y 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
4 e or ng
S Kennedy Ph.D. NIT 2 Fu Associa 15/0 Mechani Nano Matterial 8 0 n Yes Re
Trich 0 ll te 5/20 cal o gul
y 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
4 e or ng
Vikas Ph.D. MNN 2 Ful Associa 19/0 Mechani Industrial 1 1 0 No Re
Kumar IT 0 l te 7/20 cal Engineering 8 gul
Choubey Allah 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri and ar
abad 4 e or ng Managemnt
Krishna Ph.D. IIT 2 Fu Associa 21/0 Mechani Spray casting 7 0 0 No Re
Vijay Ojha Roor 0 ll te 8/20 cal gul
kee 1 Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
0 e or ng
Sayiram G Ph.D. VIT 2 Ful Associa 24/0 Mechani Welding 3 0 n Yes Re
Univ 0 l te 6/20 cal Engineering o gul
ersity 1 Tim Profess 17 Engineeri ar
5 e or ng
Ashok Ph.D. IIT 2 Fu Associa 25/0 Mechani Thermal 7 0 0 No Re
Kumar ROO 0 ll te 7/20 cal gul
Dewangan RKEE 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
7 e or ng
Trinath M.Te Bit, 1 Ful Assista 03/0 Mechani Thermal 5 0 0 Yes No
156
Mahala ch./ Mesr 9 l nt 8/20 cal
M.E. a 9 Tim Profess 12 Engineeri
7 e or ng
Lalit M.Te YMC 2 Fu Assista 03/0 Mechani Mfg & 3 0 0 Yes No
Kumar ch./ AIE 0 ll nt 9/20 cal Automation
M.E. Farid 1 Tim Profess 12 Engineeri
abad 0 e or ng
Manish M.Te NIT 2 Ful Assista 06/0 Mechani Manufacturing 7 0 0 Yes Re
Pant ch./ Jalan 0 l nt 7/20 cal Engineering gul
M.E. dhar 1 Tim Profess 12 Engineeri ar
2 e or ng
Kuldeep M.S. Sanjo 2 Fu Assista 01/0 Mechani Design 2 0 0 Yes Re
Narwat se 0 ll nt 4/20 cal gul
Satat 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
e 0 e or ng
Univ
ersity
Swet Ph.D. SUNY 2 Ful Assista 01/0 Mechani Finite Element 6 0 Y Yes Re
Chandan , USA 0 l nt 4/20 cal Methods e gul
1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri s ar
7 e or ng
Arjun M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 11/0 Mechani Industrial Engg. 0 0 0 Yes Re
Kumar ch./ Khar 0 ll nt 3/20 cal And gul
M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri Management ar
r 3 e or ng
Altaf M.Te SLIET 2 Ful Assista 11/0 Mechani Manufacturing 0 0 0 Yes Re
Hasan ch./ ,Sang 0 l nt 4/20 cal Engineering gul
Tarique M.E. rur, 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
Punja 3 e or ng
b
Anivel S M.Te VIT, 2 Fu Assista 07- Mechani machtronic 0 0 0 Yes Re
ch./ VELL 0 ll nt 04- cal gul
M.E. ORE 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
2 e or 6 ng
Shammy M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani Mechanical No Re
Kumar Sah ch./ Vara 0 l nt 04- cal Engineering gul
M.E. nasi 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
4 e or 6 ng
Manoj M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 07- Mechani Infrastructure 0 0 0 Yes Re
Kumar ch./ Khar 0 ll nt 05- cal Design& Mgt. gul
Shukla M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
r 5 e or 6 ng
Samrat M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani Production 0 0 0 No Re
Sagar ch./ Roor 0 l nt 05- cal gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
6 e or 6 ng
Amit Dixit M.Te MNN 2 Fu Assista 24- Mechani Thermal 0 0 0 No Re
ch./ IT 0 ll nt 06- cal gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
157
abad 7 e or 7 ng
Ankur M.Te MNN 2 Ful Assista 24- Mechani Materials 0 0 0 Yes Re
Sinha ch./ IT 0 l nt 06- cal Science and gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri Engineering ar
abad 7 e or 7 ng
Swapnil M.Te DTU, 2 Fu Assista 24- Mechani Renewable 0 0 0 No Re
Anand ch./ DELH 0 ll nt 06- cal Energy gul
M.E. I 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri Technology ar
7 e or 7 ng
Abhipraya M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Fluid and 1 0 0 No Re
Tiwari ch./ Kanp 0 l nt 06- cal Thermal gul
M.E. ur 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri Science ar
6 e or 7 ng
DHEERAJ M.Te NIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani Machine 1 0 0 Yes Re
TRIPATHI ch./ Calic 0 ll nt 06- cal Design gul
M.E. ut 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
7 e or 7 ng
KS M.S. IIT 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Materials 2 0 0 Yes Re
Srikanth Man 0 l nt 06- cal Science and 4 gul
di 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri Engineering ar
7 e or 7 ng
Kapil M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani Hydro Energy 0 0 0 Yes Re
Rajput ch./ Roor 0 ll nt 06- cal gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
7 e or 7 ng
Kaushalen M.Te JAMI 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Thermal 2 0 0 Yes Re
dra Kumar ch./ A 0 l nt 06- cal Engineering 5 gul
Dubey M.E. MILLI 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
A 0 e or 7 ng
ISLA
MIA
LAVEPREE M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani WELDING 1 0 0 Yes Re
T SINGH ch./ Khar 0 ll nt 06- cal ENGINEERING gul
M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
r 5 e or 7 ng
P SANKAR M.Te ANN 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Industrial 0 0 0 Yes Re
SUBBAIAH ch./ A 0 l nt 06- cal Metallurgy gul
M.E. UNIV 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
ERSIT 3 e or 7 ng
Y
PRASHANT M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani Industrial No Re
VARSHNEY ch./ Roor 0 ll nt 06- cal Metallurgy gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
4 e or 7 ng
Rohit M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Mechanical No Re
Kumar ch./ Roor 0 l nt 06- cal engineering gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
7 e or 7 ng

158
Anurag M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 07- Mechani Production & 0 0 0 No Re
Shanu ch./ Roor 0 ll nt 07- cal Systems gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri Engineering ar
7 e or 7 ng
Mukesh M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani Mechanical No Re
Kumar ch./ Roor 0 l nt 10- cal engineering gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
5 e or 7 ng
Tarun M.Te MNN 2 Fu Assista 10/0 Mechani Applied 1 0 0 No Re
ch./ IT 0 ll nt 7/20 cal mechanics gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 17 Engineeri ar
abad 7 e or ng
Abhishek M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani Mechanical No Re
Kumar ch./ DELH 0 l nt 12- cal Engineering gul
M.E. I 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineeri ar
6 e or 7 ng
Manoj M.Te India 2 Fu Assista 15/0 Mechani Mechanical 0 0 0 Yes Re
Kumar RCP ch./ n 0 ll nt 7/20 cal Engineering gul
M.E. Instit 1 Tim Profess 15 Engineeri ar
ute 3 e or ng
of
Scien
ce ,
Bang
alore
Bijender M.Te Ful Assista 16/0 Mechani No Re
Kumar ch./ l nt 7/20 cal gul
Singh M.E. Tim Profess 15 Engineeri ar
e or ng
Jayant M.Te GBTU 2 Fu Assista 22/0 Mechani Mechanical No Re
Singh ch./ LUCK 0 ll nt 2/20 cal engineering gul
M.E. NOW 1 Tim Profess 13 Engineeri ar
2 e or ng
Mukesh M.Te MNN 2 Ful Assista 25/0 Mechani Mechanical No Re
Chawla ch./ IT 0 l nt 7/20 cal engineering gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
abad 5 e or ng
Shrikant M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 25/0 Mechani Manufacturing 3 0 0 Yes Re
Vidya ch./ (ISM) 0 ll nt 7/20 cal Engineering gul
M.E. DHA 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
NBA 4 e or ng
D
Jiyaul M.Te AMU 2 Ful Assista 26/0 Mechani Machine 9 0 0 Yes Re
Mustafa ch./ 0 l nt 7/20 cal Design gul
M.E. 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
1 e or ng
Arun M.Te MDU 2 Fu Assista 28/0 Mechani Mechanical 1 0 0 No Re
Kumar RK ch./ Roht 0 ll nt 7/20 cal Engg. gul
M.E. ak 1 Tim Profess 15 Engineeri ar
159
5 e or ng
Danish M.Te JAMI 2 Ful Assista 29/0 Mechani Mechanical No Re
Aizam ch./ A 0 l nt 7/20 cal engineering gul
Ahmad M.E. MILI 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
A 1 e or ng
ISLA
MIA
Mohamma M.Te AMU 2 Fu Assista 29/0 Mechani Mechanical 1 0 0 Yes Re
d Raza ch./ Aliga 0 ll nt 7/20 cal engineering gul
M.E. rh 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
3 e or ng
Faisal M.Te AMU 2 Ful Assista 30/0 Mechani Thermal 2 0 0 Yes Re
Shameem ch./ Aliga 0 l nt 7/20 cal gul
M.E. rh 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
1 e or ng
Nibha M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 16/0 Mechani Mechanical No Re
Kumari ch./ DELH 0 ll nt 7/20 cal engineering gul
M.E. I 1 Tim Profess 13 Engineeri ar
3 e or ng
Etkaf M.Te JAMI 2 Ful Assista 24/0 Mechani Mechanical No Re
Hasan ch./ A 0 l nt 4/20 cal engineering gul
Khan M.E. MILI 1 Tim Profess 14 Engineeri ar
A 3 e or ng
ISLA
MIA
Himanshu Ph.D. IIT 2 Fu Assista 24/0 Mechani Thermal No Re
Panjiar Roor 0 ll nt 7/20 cal gul
kee 1 Tim Profess 16 Engineeri ar
6 e or ng

Table B.5 (2017-2018)

Academic Year 2018-2019


Date of Leaving
Regular/Contra
Professor/Asso

Qualification Academic
ciate Professor
Date of Joining
Date on which

the Institution
as

Specialization
Name of the

Department
Designation

Research
Association

Association
Designated

Associated
Institution

(Y/N) of
Currently

gCurrently
Member

with the
Faculty

Nature

In case
ersity

Asses
Recei
Ph.D.

Ph.D.
durin
Quali

Facul

the
(high

Publi
Pape
ficati

catio
Attai
Degr

Rese

rance
Guid
Univ

High
degr
Year

arch
ning

ving
ee)
est

on
ee

ns
er
of

ty

ct

160
Satya Ph.D IIT 2 Ful HOD& 05/ Mechani Mechanical 2 0 N Yes Re
Narayan . DELH 0 l 09/ cal Engineering O gul
Profes
Satapathy I 1 Tim 201 Engineer ar
sor
2 e 1 ing

Harshdee Ph.D NIT 2 Fu Profess 03/ Mechani Thermal 6 0 N Yes Re


p Sharma . Hami 0 ll or 08/ cal O gul
rpur 1 Tim 201 Engineer ar
4 e 2 ing

Banshi Ph.D IIT 2 Ful Profess 03/ Mechani WELDING 1 2 N Yes Re


Prasad . Roor 0 l or 09/ cal ENGINEERING 8 O gul
Agrawal kee 1 Tim 201 Engineer ar
0 e 2 ing

Pitamber Ph.D IIT 2 Fu Profess 05/ Mechani Industrial 1 0 n No Re


Kumar . Vara 0 ll or 03/ cal Engg. And 4 o gul
Chaudhar nasi 1 Tim 201 Engineer Management ar
y 4 e 4 ing

P Ph.D NIT(T 2 Ful Profess 07- Mechani Production 7 0 N Yes Re


Mathiyala . richy 0 l or 06- cal 8 o gul
gan ) 0 Tim 201 Engineer ar
9 e 5 ing

P Ph.D Anna 2 Fu Profess 07- Mechani Manufacturin 6 0 Y Yes Re


Tamilchel . mala 0 ll or 06- cal g Engineering e gul
van i 1 Tim 201 Engineer s ar
Univ 5 e 5 ing
ersit
y

J Ronald Ph.D NIT 2 Ful Profess 15/ Mechani Mechanical 3 0 n Yes Re


Aseer . Trich 0 l or 05/ cal Engineering 9 o gul
y 1 Tim 201 Engineer ar
4 e 4 ing

P Suresh Ph.D Anna 2 Fu Profess 15/ Mechani Composite 1 0 0 Yes Re


. Univ 0 ll or 05/ cal Materials 5 gul
ersit 1 Tim 201 Engineer ar
y, 4 e 4 ing
Chen
161
nai

Pawan Ph.D IIT 2 Ful Profess 15/ Mechani Design and 2 1 n Yes Re
Kumar . Kanp 0 l or 06/ cal optimization 1 o gul
Singh ur 0 Tim 201 Engineer ar
Nain 6 e 1 ing

Kumar Ph.D IIT 2 Fu Associ 06/ Mechani CAD CAM 1 0 N No Re


Sambhav . Kanp 0 ll ate 11/ cal 8 O gul
ur 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
3 e or 2 ing

Sudhir Ph.D NIT 2 Ful Associ 01/ Mechani Thermal 1 1 n Yes Re


Kumar . Kuru 0 l ate 07/ cal 1 o gul
Singh chetr 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
a 6 e or 7 ing

Maniraj Ph.D NIT 2 Fu Associ 15/ Mechani Manufacturin 8 0 n Yes Re


M . Trich 0 ll ate 05/ cal g Engineering o gul
y 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
4 e or 4 ing

S Kennedy Ph.D NIT 2 Ful Associ 15/ Mechani Nano 8 0 n Yes Re


. Trich 0 l ate 05/ cal Matterial o gla
y 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer r
4 e or 4 ing

Vikas Ph.D MNN 2 Fu Associ 19/ Mechani Industrial 1 1 0 No Re


Kumar . IT 0 ll ate 07/ cal Engineering 8 gul
Choubey Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer and ar
abad 4 e or 6 ing Managemnt

Krishna Ph.D IIT 2 Ful Associ 21/ Mechani Spray casting 7 0 0 No Re


Vijay Ojha . Roor 0 l ate 08/ cal gul
kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
0 e or 2 ing

Sayiram G Ph.D VIT 2 Fu Associ 24/ Mechani Welding 3 0 n Yes Re


. Univ 0 ll ate 06/ cal Engineering o gul
ersit 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
y 5 e or 7 ing

Ashok Ph.D IIT 2 Ful Associ 25/ Mechani Thermal 7 0 0 No Re


Kumar . ROO 0 l ate 07/ cal gul
Dewanga RKEE 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
n 7 e or 6 ing

Trinath M.Te Bit, 1 Fu Assista 03/ Mechani Thermal 5 0 0 Yes Re


Mahala ch./ Mesr 9 ll nt 08/ cal gul
9 Tim Profess 201 Engineer
162
M.E. a 7 e or 2 ing ar

Lalit M.Te YMC 2 Ful Assista 03/ Mechani Mfg & 3 0 0 Yes Re
Kumar ch./ AIE 0 l nt 09/ cal Automation gul
M.E. Farid 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
abad 0 e or 2 ing

Manish M.Te NIT 2 Fu Assista 06/ Mechani Manufacturin 7 0 0 Yes Re


Pant ch./ Jalan 0 ll nt 07/ cal g Engineering gul
M.E. dhar 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
2 e or 2 ing

Kuldeep M.S. Sanj 2 Ful Assista 01/ Mechani Design 2 0 0 Yes Re


Narwat ose 0 l nt 04/ cal gul
Satat 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
e 0 e or 4 ing
Univ
ersit
y

Swet Ph.D SUN 2 Fu Assista 01/ Mechani Finite Element 6 0 Y Yes Re


Chandan . Y, 0 ll nt 04/ cal Methods e gul
USA 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer s ar
7 e or 4 ing

Arjun M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 11/ Mechani Industrial 0 0 0 Yes Re


Kumar ch./ Khar 0 l nt 03/ cal Engg. And gul
M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Management ar
r 3 e or 4 ing

Altaf M.Te SLIET 2 Fu Assista 11/ Mechani Manufacturin 0 0 0 Yes Re


Hasan ch./ ,Sang 0 ll nt 04/ cal g Engineering gul
Tarique M.E. rur, 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
Punj 3 e or 4 ing
ab

Anivel S M.Te VIT, 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani machtronic 0 0 0 Yes Re


ch./ VELL 0 l nt 04- cal gul
M.E. ORE 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
2 e or 6 ing

Manoj M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 07- Mechani Infrastructure 0 0 0 Yes Re


Kumar ch./ Khar 0 ll nt 05- cal Design& Mgt. gul
Shukla M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
r 5 e or 6 ing

Samrat M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 07- Mechani Production 0 0 0 No Re


Sagar ch./ Roor 0 l nt 05- cal gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar

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6 e or 6 ing

Amit Dixit M.Te MNN 2 Fu Assista 24- Mechani Thermal 0 0 0 No Re


ch./ IT 0 ll nt 06- cal gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
abad 7 e or 7 ing

Ankur M.Te MNN 2 Ful Assista 24- Mechani Materials 0 0 0 Yes Re


Sinha ch./ IT 0 l nt 06- cal Science and gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Engineering ar
abad 7 e or 7 ing

Swapnil M.Te DTU, 2 Fu Assista 24- Mechani Renewable 0 0 0 No Re


Anand ch./ DELH 0 ll nt 06- cal Energy gul
M.E. I 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Technology ar
7 e or 7 ing

Abhipraya M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Fluid and 1 0 0 No Re


Tiwari ch./ Kanp 0 l nt 06- cal Thermal gul
M.E. ur 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Science ar
6 e or 7 ing

DHEERAJ M.Te NIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani Machine 1 0 0 Yes Re


TRIPATHI ch./ Calic 0 ll nt 06- cal Design gul
M.E. ut 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
7 e or 7 ing

KS M.S. IIT 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Materials 2 0 0 Yes Re


Srikanth Man 0 l nt 06- cal Science and 4 gul
di 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Engineering ar
7 e or 7 ing

Kapil M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani Hydro Energy 0 0 0 Yes Re


Rajput ch./ Roor 0 ll nt 06- cal gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
7 e or 7 ing

Kaushalen M.Te JAMI 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Thermal 2 0 0 Yes Re


dra Kumar ch./ A 0 l nt 06- cal Engineering 5 gul
Dubey M.E. MILL 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
IA 0 e or 7 ing
ISLA
MIA

LAVEPREE M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 30- Mechani WELDING 1 0 0 Yes Re


T SINGH ch./ Khar 0 ll nt 06- cal ENGINEERING gul
M.E. agpu 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
r 5 e or 7 ing

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P SANKAR M.Te ANN 2 Ful Assista 30- Mechani Industrial 0 0 0 Yes Re
SUBBAIAH ch./ A 0 l nt 06- cal Metallurgy gul
M.E. UNIV 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
ERSI 3 e or 7 ing
TY

Anurag M.Te IIT 2 Fu Assista 07- Mechani Production & 0 0 0 No Re


Shanu ch./ Roor 0 ll nt 07- cal Systems gul
M.E. kee 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer Engineering ar
7 e or 7 ing

Tarun M.Te MNN 2 Ful Assista 10/ Mechani Applied 1 0 0 No Re


ch./ IT 0 l nt 07/ cal mechanics gul
M.E. Allah 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
abad 7 e or 7 ing

Manoj M.Te India 2 Fu Assista 15/ Mechani Mechanical 0 0 0 Yes Re


Kumar ch./ n 0 ll nt 07/ cal Engineering gul
RCP M.E. Instit 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
ute 3 e or 5 ing
of
Scien
ce ,
Bang
alore

Shrikant M.Te IIT 2 Ful Assista 25/ Mechani Manufacturin 3 0 0 Yes Re


Vidya ch./ (ISM) 0 l nt 07/ cal g Engineering gul
M.E. DHA 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
NBA 4 e or 6 ing
D

Jiyaul M.Te AMU 2 Fu Assista 26/ Mechani Machine 9 0 0 Yes Re


Mustafa ch./ 0 ll nt 07/ cal Design gul
M.E. 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
1 e or 6 ing

Mohamm M.Te AMU 2 Ful Assista 29/ Mechani Mechanical 1 0 0 Yes Re


ad Raza ch./ Aliga 0 l nt 07/ cal engineering gul
M.E. rh 1 Tim Profess 201 Engineer ar
3 e or 6 ing

Fu
ll
Tim
e

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Table B.5 (2018-2019)

5.1. Student-Faculty Ratio (SFR) (20)

(To be calculated at Department Level)


No. of UG Programs in the Department (n): 02
No. of PG Programs in the Department (m):02
No. of Students in UG 2nd Year= u1
No. of Students in UG 3rd Year= u2
No. of Students in UG 4th Year= u3
No. of Students in PG 1st Year= p1
No. of Students in PG 2nd Year= p2

No. of Students = Sanctioned Intake + Actual admitted lateral entry students

(The above data to be provided considering all the UG and PG programs of the department)

S=Number of Students in the Department = UG1+UG2+UG3+PG1+PG2

F = Total Number of Faculty Members in the Department (excluding first year faculty)

Student Faculty Ratio (SFR) = S / F

CAY CAYm1 CAYm2


Year
(2018-19) (2017-18) (2016-17)
u1.1 129 194 251
u1.2 194 251 254
u1.3 251 254 249
UG1 (B. Tech. ME) 574 699 754
u2.1 32 30 30
u2.2 30 30 30
u2.3 30 30 30
UG2 (B. Tech. AE) 92 90 90
p1.1 18 18 18
p1.2 18 18 18
PG1 (M. Tech. CAD/CAM) 36 36 36
P2.1 18 18 18
P2.2 18 18 18
PG2 (M. Tech. AE) 36 36 36
Total No. of Students in
the Department (S)
738 861 916

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No. of Faculty in the
Department (F)
37 49 42

Student Faculty Ration (SFR) SFR1=19 SFR2= 17 SFR3= 21

Average SFR SFR= 19

Table B.5.1
Marks to be given proportionally from a maximum of 20 to a minimum of 10 for average SFR
between 15:1 to 25:1, and zero for average SFR higher than 25:1. Marks distribution is given as
below:
< = 15 - 20 Marks
< = 17 - 18 Marks
< = 19 - 16 Marks
< = 21 - 14 Marks
< = 23 - 12 Marks
< = 25 - 10 Marks
> 25.0 - 0 Marks
Note:
Minimum 75% should be Regular/ full time faculty and the remaining shall be Contractual
Facultyas per AICTE norms and standards.

The contractual faculty (doing away with the terminology of visiting/adjunct faculty, whatsoever)
who have taught for 2 consecutive semesters in the corresponding academic year on full time
basis shall be considered for the purpose of calculation in the Student Faculty Ratio.

5.1.1. Provide the information about the regular and contractual faculty as per the format
mentioned below:

Total number of regular Total number of contractual


faculty in the department faculty in the department
CAY 43 0
(2018-19)
CAYm1 55 0
(2017-18)
CAYm2 48 0
(2016-17)
Table 5.1.1

5.2. Faculty Cadre Proportion (20)


The reference Faculty cadre proportion is 1(F1):2(F2):6(F3)
F1: Number of Professors required = 1/9 x Number of Faculty required to comply with 20:1 Student-
Faculty ratio based on no. of students (N) as per 5.1.
F2: Number of Associate Professors required = 2/9 x Number of Faculty required to comply with 20:1
Student-Faculty ratio based on no. of students (N) as per 5.1.
F3: Number of Assistant Professors required = 6/9 x Number of Faculty required to comply with 20:1
Student-Faculty ratio based on no. of students (N) as per 5.1

Year Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors

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Required Required Required
Available Available Available
F1 F2 F3

CAY
4.10 9.00 8.20 6.00 24.60 28.00
(2018-19)

CAYm1
4.78 11.00 9.57 7.00 28.70 37.00
(2017-18)

CAYm2
5.09 6.00 10.18 4.00 30.53 38.00
(2016-17)
Average
Numbers RF1= 4.66 AF1= 8.67 RF2= 9.31 AF2=5.67 RF3=27.94 AF3=34.33

Table B.5.2

Cadre Ratio Marks= AF1 + AF2 x 0.6 + AF3 x 0.4 x 10


RF1 RF2 RF3
Cadre Ratio Marks= [(8.67/4.66) + ((5.67/9.31)*0.6) + ((34.33/27.94)*0.4)]*10

=20

• If AF1 = AF2= 0 then zero marks

• Maximum marks to be limited if it exceeds 20

Example: Intake = 60 (i.e. total no. of students= 180); Required number of Faculty: 9; RF1= 1,
RF2=2 and RF3=6

Case 1: AF1/RF1= 1; AF2/RF2 = 1; AF3/RF3 = 1; Cadre proportion marks = (1+0.6+0.4) x 10 =


20

Case 2: AF1/RF1= 1; AF2/RF2 = 3/2; AF3/RF3 = 5/6; Cadre proportion marks = (1+0.9+0.3) x
10 = limited to 20

Case 3: AF1/RF1=0; AF2/RF2=1/2; AF3/RF3=8/6; Cadre proportion marks = (0+0.3+0.53) x 10


= 8.3

5.3. Faculty Qualification (20)

FQ = 2.0 x [(10X +4Y)/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 20:1 Faculty Student ratio (no. of
faculty and no. of students required are to be calculated as per 5.1)

X Y F FQ = 2.0 x [(10X +4Y)/F)]


CAY
15.00 28.00 36.90 14.20
(2018-2019)
CAYm1
21.00 34.00 43.05 16.07
(2017-2018)

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CAYm2
16.00 32.00 45.80 12.58
(2016-2017)

Average Assessment 14.28

Table B.5.3

5.4. Faculty Retention (10)


No. of regular faculty members in

CAYm2 (2016-2017)=48

CAYm1 (2017-2018)=55

CAY (2018-2019) =43

Item
(% of faculty retained during the period of assessment keeping CAYm3 as Marks
base year)

>= 90% of required Faculty members retained during the period of assessment 10
keeping CAYm3 as base year

>=75% of required Faculty members retained during the period of assessment 08


keeping CAYm3 as base year

>= 60% of required Faculty members retained during the period of assessment
06
keeping CAYm3 as base year

>= 50% of required Faculty members retained during the period of assessment
04
keeping CAYm3 as base year

< 50% of required Faculty members retained during the period of assessment
0
keeping CAYm3 as base year

Faculty Retention (FR)


CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Description
(2018-19) (2017-18) (2016-17)

% of faculty retained 78 92 96

Average % of faculty retained 89

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Table B.5.4

5.5 Faculty competencies in correlation to Program Specific Criteria (10)


Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme curriculum (10)
(List the program specific criteria and the competencies (specialization, research publications,
course developments etc.,) of faculty to correlate the program specific criteria and competencies.)

Engineering
Relevant Courses in the Curriculum Competent Faculty
(Specialisation Area)
Design & Engineering Mechanics Dr. Pawan Kumar Singh Nain
Mechatronics
Dynamics of Machinery Dr. J Ronald Aseer
Engineering
Design of Machine Elements Dr. Swet Chandan

CAD/CAM Dr. Sudhir Kumar Singh


Mr. Jiyaul Mustafa
Finite Element Analysis (Elective)
Mr. Kuldeep Narawat
Robotics (Elective)
Mr. Mohommad Raza
Product Design using Graphics
Mr. Manoj Kumar Shukla
Mechanics of Material Mr. Anivel
Tool Design (Elective) Mr. Tarun
Rapid Prototyping (Elective) Mr. K. S. Srikanth
Mr. Dheeraj Tripathi
Mr. Pramod Kumar
Mr. MD. Nasar Equbal
Dr. Kumar Sambhav
Mr. Abhishek Kumar
Mr. Bijender Kumar Singh
Mr. Jayant Singh
Arun Kumar RK
Mr.Sunil RK
Mr. K Sakthival

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Production & Manufacturing Processes I Dr. Banshi Prasad Agrawal
Industrial
Machining Processes and Metrology Dr. Satya Narayan Satapathy
Engineering
Operations Research Dr. P Mathiyalagan
Production Planning and Control Dr. P. K. Choudhary
(Elective)
Dr. P. TamilChevlan
Rapid Manufacturing
Dr. P. Suresh
Technologies(Elective)
Dr. M. Maniraj
Manufacturing Processes II and
Metrology Dr. S. kennedy
Welding Engineering (Elective) Dr. Saiyram G.
Advanced Machining Processes Mr. Lalit Kumar
(Elective)
Mr. Arjun Kumar
Metal Forming Theory and Practice
(Elective) Mr. Altaf Hasan Tarique

Renewable Energy Sources (Elective) Mr. Shrikant Vidya


Mr. Ankur Sinha
Mr. Lavpreet Singh
Mr. Sankar Subbaiah

Thermal & Fluid Mechanics Dr. Harshdeep Sharma


Automotive
Turbo-machines Mr. Trinath Mahala
Engineering
Heat and Mass Transfer Dr. Ashok Kumar
Internal Combustion Engines Mr. Manoj Kumar
Fluid Power Systems Mr. Faisal Shameem
Fuels and Combustion Mr. Amit Dixit
Automobile Engineering Mr. Kapil Rajput
Combustion Engineering Mr. K. K. Dubey
Strength of Materials Mr. Abhipraya Tiwari
Engineering Thermodynamics Mr. B. N. Agrawal
Thermal Engineering Systems Dr. Sudipto Sarkar
Power Plant Engineering Dr. Krishna Vijay Ojha

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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Dr. Vikas Kumar Choubey
(Elective)
Mr. Swapnil Anand
Mr. Shammy Kumar Sah\
Danish Aizam Ahmad
Ms. Nibha Kumari
Mr. Etkaf Hasan Khan
Dr. Himanshu Panjiar
Mr. Prashant Varshney
Mr. Rohit Kumar
Mr. Mukesh Kumar
Mr.Mukesh Chawla
Miss.Akanksha Gupta
Mr. Amit Kumar RS

Programmes: B. Tech Mechanical

S.No Course Course title Specialization Faculty


. Code
1 BTME100 Product Design using M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Pramod Kumar,
2 Graphics Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Sankar Subbaiah,
Mr. Anivel S,
Mr. K.S.Srikanth,
Mr. Shrikant Vidya,
Dr. Sayiram G,
Dr. Maniraj
2 BTME100 Introduction to M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Abdul Gani

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1 Mechanical Mechanical Engg.
Engineering

3 BTME200 Engineering Mechanics M.Tech/Phd In Mr Anivel,


1 Mechanical Engg.
Dr. Sudhir Kr Singh,
Mr Altaf Hasan Tarique
4 BTME200 Mechanics of Material M.Tech/Phd In Dr. P K S Nain,
8 Mechanical Engg.
Dr P Suresh.
Dr. Sudhir Kr Singh
5 BTME200 Fluid Mechanics M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Dheeraj Srivastava,
9 Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Faisal Shameem,
Mr. K.S.Srikanth
6 BTME201 Manufacturing M.Tech/Phd In Mr Arjun Kumar,
0 Processes II and Mechanical Engg.
Dr B P Agrawal,
Metrology
Dr P Matiyalagan
7 BTME200 Engineering M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Manoj Kumar,
2 Thermodynamics Mechanical Engg.
Mr Shrikant Vidya,
Mr Ankur Sinha,
Mr. Kapil Rajput,
Mr. Lavepreet Singh
8 BTME200 Manufacturing M.Tech/Phd In Mr K.S.Srikanth,
3 Processes I Mechanical Engg.
Dr B P Agrawal,
Dr P Matiyalagan,
Dr. P. Tamilchelvan
9 MEE311 Dynamics of M.Tech/Phd In Dr. P. Suresh,
Machinery Mechanical Engg.
Dr. Maniraj
10 MEE312 Design of Machine M.Tech/Phd In Dr. P K S Nain,
Elements Mechanical Engg.
Dr J Ronald Aseer,
Dr. Sudhir Kr Singh

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11 MEE314 Machining Processes M.Tech/Phd In Mr Ankur Sinha,
and Metrology Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Sankar Subbaiah,
Mr. Anurag Shanu
12 MEE315 Thermal Engineering M.Tech/Phd In Dr Harshdeep Sharma,
Systems Mechanical Engg.
Mr Trinath Mahala
13 MEE321 Design of Transmission M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Sankar Subbaiah,
Systems Mechanical Engg.
Dr J Ronald Aseer,
Mr Mohammad Raza
14 MEE322 Turbo-machines M.Tech/Phd In Mr. K.K. Dubey,
Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Manoj Kumar,
Mr. Kapil Rajput
15 MEE313 Heat and Mass Transfer M.Tech/Phd In B. N. Agrawal,
Mechanical Engg.
Mr Trinath Mahala
16 MEE371 Welding Engineering M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Lavepreet Singh
Mechanical Engg.

17 MEE373 Internal Combustion M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Md Nasar


Engines Mechanical Engg.

18 MEE374 Fluid Power Systems M.Tech/Phd In Dr Harshdeep Sharma,


Mechanical Engg. Mr. K.S.Srikanth
19 MEE377 Advanced Machining M.Tech/Phd In Dr S Kennedy
Processes Mechanical Engg.

20 MEE378 Fuels and Combustion M.Tech/Phd In Mr Lalit Kumar,


Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Shrikant Vidya,
Mr. Lavepreet Singh
21 MEE376 Tool Design M.Tech/Phd In Dr P.K Chaudury
Mechanical Engg.

22 MEE362 Automobile M.Tech/Phd In Mr Shrikant Vidya


Engineering Mechanical Engg.

23 MEE366 Metal Forming Theory M.Tech/Phd In Mr Ankur Sinha

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and Practice Mechanical Engg.

24 MEE367 Renewable Energy M.Tech/Phd In Dr. P Tamilchelvan


Sources Mechanical Engg.

25 MEE411 Operations Research M.Tech/Phd In Dr. Sayiram,


Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Arjun Kumar

26 MEE412 Power Plant M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Lalit Kumar,


Engineering Mechanical Engg.
Mr. K K Dubey
27 MEE413 CAD/CAM M.Tech/Phd In Mr Kuldeep Narwat,
Mechanical Engg.
Mr. Dheeraj Tripathi
28 MEE368 Production Planning M.Tech/Phd In Dr. Sayiram
and Control Mechanical Engg.
29 MEE369 Computational Fluid M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Faisal Shameem
Dynamics Mechanical Engg.
30 MEE471 Refrigeration and Air M.Tech/Phd In Mr. Lavepreet Singh
Conditioning Mechanical Engg.
31 MEE475 Rapid Manufacturing M.Tech/Phd In Dr Vikas Choubey
Technologies Mechanical Engg.
32 MEE476 Finite Element M.Tech/Phd In Dr Swet Chandan,
Analysis Mechanical Engg.
Mr Jiyaul Mustafa

5.6 Innovations by faculty in teaching and learning (10)

Innovations by the Faculty in teaching and learning shall be summarized as per the following
description. Contributions to teaching and learning are activities that contribute to the improvement
of student learning. These activities may include innovations not limited to, use of ICT, instruction
delivery, instructional methods, assessment, evaluation and inclusive class rooms that lead to
effective, efficient and engaging instruction. Any contributions to teaching and learning should
satisfy the following criteria:

 The work must be made available on Institute website


 The work must be available for peer review and critique
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 The work must be reproducible and developed further by other scholars

The department/institution may set up appropriate processes for making the contributions available
to the public, getting them reviewed and for rewarding. These may typically include statement of
clear goals, adequate preparation, use of appropriate methods, significance of results, effective
presentation and reflective critique

Sl Item Description
No
1 Moodle Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and
learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised
learning environments.

The features of moodle are

 All-in-one learning platform


As Moodle provides the most flexible tool-set to support both blended learning and
100% online courses, it can easily integrate everything needed for a course using its
complete range of built-in features, including external collaborative tools such as
forums, wikis, chats and blogs. Through moodle, course materials are delivered to
students, Quizes are conducted, assignments are given and grading is done
accordingly. It is n effective tool for effective teaching learning process and is being
extensively used in our department.

 Highly flexible and fully customisable


Because it is open-source, Moodle can be customised in any way and tailored to
individual needs. Its modular set up and interoperable design allows
developers to create plugins and integrate external applications to achieve
specific functionalities. Hence the Faculty has got the freedom to use
moodle effectively for enhanced teaching learning.
 Robust, secure and private
As data security and user privacy, security controls are constantly being updated
and implemented in Moodle development processes against unauthorized
access, data loss and misuse, moodle provides an easy platform for
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continuous assessment of students. Moodle can be easily deployed on a
private secure cloud or server for complete control.
 Use any time, anywhere, on any device
Moodle is web-based and so can be accessed from anywhere in the world. With
a default mobile-compatible interface and cross-browser compatibility,
content on the Moodle platform is easily accessible and consistent across
different web browsers and devices. This gives a 24x7 learning experience
for the users.
 Extensive resources available
Access extensive Moodle documentation and user forums in multiple
languages, free content and courses shared by Moodle users across the
world, as well as hundreds of plugins contributed by a large global
community.
2 Impartus Impartus provides innovative video-enabled learning solutions that drive better
outcomes for the teaching learning process.. The Impartus offers easy,
seamless integration to students to extend learning experiences. Through
impartus, lectures are captured and contents are developed for effective
learning process.
 Automatically record complete classroom experience
 Adaptive and secure videos accessible from web and mobile applications
 Platform for collaborative learning, content sharing, advance search and
analytics
 Seamless integration with Blackboard, Moodle, Canvas and other LMS

3 Smart Books SmartBook is a digital version of your course textbook. It contains the same content
within the textbook, but unlike a typical eBook, SmartBook actively tailors that
content to your individual needs as a student. SmartBook can be accessed online
through your laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Currently Smartbook is provided to the following Courses

 Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering


 Digital Electronics

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Through Smart book, the following activities are carried out

 Reading Assignment
 Practice Assignment
 Homework assignment
 Quiz

4 Project Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and
Based skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an
Learning
authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge. Students work on
a project over an extended period of time – from a week up to a semester – that
engages them in solving a real-world problem or answering a complex question.
They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by developing a public product or
presentation. As a result, students develop deep content knowledge as well as critical
thinking, creativity, and communication skills in the context of doing an authentic,
meaningful project. Project Based Learning unleashes a contagious, creative energy
among students and teachers.

5 Flipped A flipped classroom is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that
Classroom reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content,
often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may
have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom

6 MOOCS Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are free online courses available for
anyone to enroll.

MOOCs provide an affordable and flexible way to learn new skills, advance career
and deliver quality educational experiences at scale.

MOOC.org is an extension of edX.org, a leader in online courses.

7 Self Self-learning is neither location constrained nor time-bound. Indeed.


Learning
This means that for both students and faculty and just about everyone, sites such as
NPTEL offer valuable opportunities to enrich their knowledge and to enhance their
skills.

8 Question Question Bank Structure is helpful while defining question paper for the online
Bank examination using various patterns like Subject/ topics to be included, number of
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Managemen questions to be included, difficulty level associated with question, negative marking
t System etc.

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5.7 Faculty as participants in Faculty development/training activities/STTPs (15)

 A Faculty scores maximum five points for participation


 Participation in 2 to 5 days Faculty/ Faculty development program: 3Points
 Participation >5 days Faculty/ Faculty development program: 5points

Year
S.No Faculty Name CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016
1 Abhipraya Tiwari 5 - -
2 Abhishek Kumar 5 - -
3 Akanksha Gupta - 5 5
4 Altaf Hasan Tarique 5 5 5
5 Amit Dixit 5 - -
6 Amit Kumar RS - 5 5
7 Anivel S 5 - -
8 Ankur Sinha 5 - -
9 Anurag Shanu 5 - -
10 Apurva Anand 5 - -
11 Arjun Kumar 5 5 5
12 Arun Kumar RK 5 5 5
13 Ashok Kumar Dewangan 5 5 -
14 Banshi Prasad Agrawal 5 5 5
15 Bijender Kumar Singh 5 5 5
16 Bijendra Prasad - 5 -
17 Danish Aizam Ahmad 5 5 -
18 Dheeraj Tripathi 5 - -
19 Etkaf Hasan Khan 5 5 5
20 Faisal Shameem 5 5 -
21 Harshdeep Sharma 5 5 5
22 Himanshu Panjar 5 5 -
23 J Ronald Aseer 5 5 5
24 Jayant Singh 5 5 5
25 Jiyaul Mustafa 5 5 -
26 K S Srikanth 5 - -
27 K Sakthival - 5 -
28 Kapil Rajput 5 - -
29 Kaushalendra Kumar Dubey 5 - -
30 Krishna Vijay Ojha 5 5 5
31 Kuldeep Narwat 5 5 5
32 Kumar Sambhav 5 5 5
33 Lalit Kumar 5 5 5

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34 Lavepreet Singh 5 - -
35 Maniraj M 5 5 5
36 Manish Pant 5 5 5
37 Manoj Kumar RCP 5 5 5
38 Manoj Kumar Shukla 5 5 -
39 Mohammad Raza 5 5 -
40 Mukesh Chawla 5 5 -
41 Mukesh Kumar 5 - -
42 Nibha Kumari 5 5 5
43 P Mathiyalagan 5 5 5
44 P Sankar Subbaiah 5 - 5
45 P Suresh 5 5 5
46 P Tamilchelvan 5 5 5
47 Pavan Kumar Yadav - 5 -
48 Pawan Kumar Singh Nain 5 5 5
49 Pitamber Kumar Chaudhary 5 5 5
50. Prashant varshney 5 - -

51 Rohit Kumar - -
52 S Kennedy 5 5 5
53 Samrat Sagar 5 5 -
54 Satya Narayan Satapathy 5 5 5
55 Sayiram G 5 - -
56 Shammy Kumar Sah 5 5 -
57 Shashikant Das - 5 -
58 Shrikant Vidya 5 5 -
59 Sudhir Kumar Singh 5 - -
60 Sudipto Sarkar 5 5 5
61 Sunil RK - 5 -
62 Swapnil Anand 5 - -
63 Swet Chandan 5 5 5
63 T R Vijayaram 5 5 -
65 Tarun 5 - -
66 Trinath Mahala 5 5 5
67 Vikas Kumar Choubey 5 5 -
68 Brahmanand Agrawal - - -
69 Abdul Gani - - -
70 Promod Kumar - - -
71 Md Nasar Equbal - - -
SUM 300 235 150
RF= Number of Faculty required
to complywith 20:1 Student- 40 44 50
Faculty ratio as per 5.1as per 5.1

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Assessment = 3 × (Sum/0.5RF)
45 32 18
(Marks limited to 15)
Average assessment over last three years (Marks limited to
15
15)
Table B.5.7

List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules developed

Academic Year 2015-2016

Faculty members
S.No Event name Date and year Event organized by who attended the
event from GU

July 13thto July School of Mechanical


1 Universal Human Values and Dr. Satya Narayan
21st, 2015. Engineering
Ethics Workshop Satapathy
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr P K S Nain
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr. B P Agrawal
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr. P.Suresh
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Ronald Asser
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Sudipto Sarkar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr. P. K. Chaudhary
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Mr.Manoj Kumar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering RCP
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr.Arjun Kumar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering

Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Dr.Harsdeep Sharma

182
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Tamil Chelvan
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr.Etkaf Hasan
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr.Jayant Singh
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Swet Chandan
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr.Kuldeep Narwat
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.S.Kennedy
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Dr. Krishna Vijay
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering Ojha
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Maniraj
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr. Lalit Kumar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Mr. Altaf
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering HasanTarique
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Mr. P. Shankar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering Subbaiah
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Kumar Sambav
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Dr.Trinath Mahala
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Ms.Nibha Kumari
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Ms.Akanksha Gupta
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr Amit Kumar RS
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering

Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Mr.Manish Pant

183
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical
Mr.Arun Kumar RK
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering
Universal Human Values and July 13thto July School of Mechanical Mr.Bijender Kumar
Ethics Workshop 21st, 2015. Engineering Singh
SAE BAJA Nov 2015. Galgotias Universtiy Mr.Dheer Singh
2

3 Automantra 2.0 1st Nov 2015. Galgotias University Mr.Dheer Singh

Academic Year 2015-2016-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 0
2 Invited Talk 0
3 Workshop 1
4 Seminar 0
5 Course Work 0
6 Event 2
Total 3

List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules developed

Academic Year 2016-2017

Faculty members
Event organized
S.No Event name Date and year who attended the
by
event from GU
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
1 Mechanical Dr P K S Nain
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.

Process Equipment Design October 15th School of Dr. B P Agrawal

184
and Economics ,22nd , Mechanical
November 12th, Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr. P.Suresh
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Ronald Asser
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Sudipto Sarkar
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr. P. K. Chaudhary
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Manoj Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, RCP
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th School of Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Arjun Kumar
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Harsdeep Sharma
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Tamil Chelvan
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
185
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Etkaf Hasan
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Jayant Singh
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Swet Chandan
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Kuldeep Narwat
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.S.Kennedy
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th Dr. Satya Narayan
School of
,22nd , Satapathy
Process Equipment Design Mechanical
November 12th,
and Economics Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Dr. Krishna Vijay
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Ojha
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Maniraj
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Faisal Shameen
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.

October School of
Process Equipment Design
15th,22nd , Mechanical Mr. Lalit Kumar
and Economics
November 12th, Engineering
186
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr. Altaf
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, HasanTarique
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr. Sunil RK
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Mohammad
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Raza
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Kumar Sambav
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.Trinath Mahala
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Himanshu Panjar
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Ms.Nibha Kumari
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Ms.Akanksha Gupta
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Amit Kumar RK
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.

Process Equipment Design October 15th School of Mr. Manish Pant

187
and Economics ,22nd , Mechanical
November 12th, Engineering
19th, 26th. 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr. Jiyaul Mustafa
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th. 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Bijender Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Singh
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Danish Aizam
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Ahmad
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Mukesh Chawla
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Dr.T.R. Vijayaram
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Dr.Vikas Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Choubey
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October
School of
Process Equipment Design 15th,22nd , Dr.Ashok Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Dewangan
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Sakthivel
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Pawan Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Yadav
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
188
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Shashikant Das
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr.Shammay Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Sha
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd , Mr,Manoj Kumar
Mechanical
and Economics November 12th, Sukla
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr,Samrat Sagar
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Srikant Vidya
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Bijendra Prasad
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
October 15th
School of
Process Equipment Design ,22nd ,
Mechanical Mr.Arun Kumar RK
and Economics November 12th,
Engineering
19th, 26th 2016.
Rubrics for Assessment of
major project, Course Galgotias Dr.Tamil Chelvan
2 12st Nov 2016.
outcome of Laboratory University
Courses and Internship
Rubrics for Assessment of
major project, Course Galgotias Dr.P.Suresh
12st Nov 2016.
outcome of Laboratory University
Courses and Internship

189
Academic Year 2016-2017.-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 0
2 Invited Talk 0
3 Workshop 2
4 Seminar 0
5 Course Work 0
6 Event 0
Total 2

List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules developed

Academic Year 2017-2018

Faculty members
Event organized
Event name Date and year who attended the
by
event from GU
.No

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
1 on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr P K S Nain
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program 13th - School of


on Outcome based Education 20thDecember Mechanical Dr. B P Agrawal
(OBE) 2017. Engineering

School of
13th -20th
Mechanical Dr. P.Suresh
Eight days Training Program December 2017.
Engineering
on Outcome based Education

190
(OBE)

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.Ronald Asser
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.Sudipto Sarkar
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr. P. K. Chaudhary
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Mr.Manoj Kumar
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. RCP
(OBE) Engineering

Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Eight days Training Program School of
13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Arjun Kumar
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

13th -20th School of Dr.Tamil Chelvan

191
Eight days Training Program December 2017. Mechanical
on Outcome based Education Engineering
(OBE)

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.Swet Chandan
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Kuldeep Narwat
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.S.Kennedy
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of Dr. Satya Narayan


13th -20th Satapathy
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Dr. Krishna Vijay
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Ojha
(OBE) Engineering

School of
Eight days Training Program 13th -20th
Mechanical Dr.Maniraj
on Outcome based Education December 2017.
Engineering
(OBE)

192
Eight days Training Program School of
13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Faisal Shameen
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr. Lalit Kumar
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Mr. Altaf
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. HasanTarique
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.Sayiram
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Mr.Mohammad
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Raza
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.Trinath Mahala
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

13th -20th School of Mr.Apurva Anand


December 2017. Mechanical
Eight days Training Program

193
on Outcome based Education Engineering
(OBE)

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Dr.Sudhir Kumar
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Singh
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training School of


13th -20th
Programon Outcome based Mechanical Mr. Jiyaul Mustafa
December 2017.
Education (OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Bgijesh Singh
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Mukesh Chawla
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Dr.T.R. Vijayaram
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Dr.Vikas Kumar
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Choubey
(OBE) Engineering

194
Eight days Training Program School of
13th -20th Dr.Ashok Kumar
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Dewangan
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program 13th - School of


th
on Outcome based Education 20 December Mechanical Mr.Amit Dixit
(OBE) 2017. Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Ankur Sinha
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Swepnil Anand
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Anivel
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Mr.Shammy Kumar
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Sah
(OBE) Engineering

School of
13th -20th MR.Manoj Kumar
Mechanical
Eight days Training Program December 2017. Sukla
Engineering
on Outcome based Education

195
(OBE)

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Srikant Vidya
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th MR.Aphipraya
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Tiwari
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical MR.Dheeraj Tripathi
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.K.S.Srikanth
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr. Kapil Rajput
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.KK Dubey
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

13th -20th School of Mr.Lavepreet Singh

196
Eight days Training Program December 2017. Mechanical
on Outcome based Education Engineering
(OBE)

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Rohit Kumar
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th Mr.Mr.Anurag
on Outcome based Education Mechanical
December 2017. Shanu
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Tarun
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

Eight days Training Program School of


13th -20th
on Outcome based Education Mechanical Mr.Abishek Kumar
December 2017.
(OBE) Engineering

School of Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
2 Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Arjun Kumar
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.Harsdeep Sharma
Engineering

Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 School of Dr.Tamil Chelvan


Mechanical
197
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.Swet Chandan
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.S.Kennedy
Engineering
School of
Dr. Krishna Vijay
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Ojha
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.Maniraj
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr. Lalit Kumar
Engineering
School of
Mr. Altaf
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
HasanTarique
Engineering
School of
Mr.Mohammad
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Raza
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.Trinath Mahala
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr. Jiyaul Mustafa
Engineering
School of
Dr.Vikas Kumar
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Choubey
Engineering
School of
Dr.Ashok Kumar
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Dewangan
Engineering
School of
Mr,Manoj Kumar
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Sukla
Engineering

198
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr,Samrat Sagar
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Srikant Vidya
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Sankar Subbaiah
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Anivel
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Kapil Rajput
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Ankur Sinha
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr. Dixit
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Tarun
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Swapnil Anand
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Dr.G.Sayiram
Engineering
School of
Dr.Sudhir Kumar
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Singh
Engineering
School of
Mr.Abhipraya
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Tiwari
Engineering

Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 School of Mr.Anurag Shanu

199
Mechanical
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.K.S. Srikant
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Lavepreet Singh
Engineering
School of
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical Mr.Deeraj Tripathi
Engineering
School of
Mr.Kaushalendra
Digital Learning Platforms 12 April 2018 Mechanical
Kumar Dubey
Engineering
National Power Training Galgotias Dr.Maniraj
3 October 31st 2017
Institute Universtiy
National Power Training Galgotias Dr.Suresh
October 31st 2017
Institute Universtiy
National Power Training Galgotias Dr. P.K.S. Nain
October 31st 2017
Institute Universtiy

Academic Year 2017-2018.-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 0
2 Invited Talk 0
3 Workshop 3
4 Seminar 0
5 Course Work 0
6 Event 0
Total 3
200
List of short-term courses, workshop arranged and course-modules
developed -Summary

2017-
Events 2016-2017 2015-2016 Total
2018

Conference Papers 0 0 0 0

Invited Talk 0 0 0 0

Workshop 3 2 1 6

Seminar 0 0 0 0

Course Work 0 0 0 0

Event 0 0 2 2
Total 3 2 3 8

Guest Lecture/Presentation/Session Chair by Faculty outside GU

Academic Year: 2015-2016

Name of
S.No Faculty Name Event Title Date and Year
Organization

International Conference
International on Developments in April 15th to
1 Dr. Mathiyalagan. NIT, Trichy.
Conference Science, Management 16th2016.
and Engineering.

Recent Trends in Jawaharlal Nehru


International
2 Dr.Mathiyalagan Mechanical, Materials University, New April 30th 2016.
Conference
Science, Manufacturing, Delhi.
201
Automobile, Aerospace
Engineering and Applied
Physics.

Invited Talk Recent Advancement in Mangalayatan March 12th to 13th


Dr. P.K.
3 Infrastructure University,
Chaudhari. /Section Chair 2015.
Development. Aligarh.

Innovative Research in
Mechanical, Electrical, Jawaharlal Nehru
International May 16th to 17th
4 Dr. Ronald Asser. Electronics, Civil, University
Conference 2015.
Computer Science and New Delhi.
Information technology.

International Conference Anna University,


International October 15th to 16th
5 Dr.Ronald Aseer. on Advances in
Conference Villupuram. 2015.
Mechanical Engineering.
Advances in Mechanical,
Materials Science,
Jawaharlal Nehru
International Manufacturing, November 7th
6 Dr. Ronald Asser. University, New
Conference Automobile, Aerospace 2015.
Delhi.
Engineering and Applied
Physics.
Nano Materials for June 13th to 18th
7 Dr. Ronald Asser. Workshop NIT Trichy.
Energy and Environment. 2016.
Recent Trends in
Mechanical, Materials
Jawaharlal Nehru
International Science, Manufacturing,
8 Dr.Ronald Aseer. University, New April 30th 2016.
Conference Automobile, Aerospace
Delhi.
Engineering and Applied
Physics.
Recent Trends in
Mechanical, Materials
Jawaharlal Nehru
International Science, Manufacturing,
9 Dr.Suresh. University, New April 30th 2016.
Conference Automobile, Aerospace
Delhi.
Engineering and Applied
Physics.
Human Values in Higher March 27th to 29th,
11 Dr.Kumar Sambav. Invited Lecturer Gedu, Bhutan.
Education. 2015.

Dr.Kumar International Recent Trends in


12 Jawaharlal Nehru April 30th 2016.
Sambhav. Conference Mechanical, Materials
University, New
Science, Manufacturing,
202
Automobile, Aerospace Delhi.
Engineering and Applied
Physics.
Nano Materials for June 13th to 18th
13 Dr. Kennedy Workshop NIT, Trichy.
Energy and Environment. 2016.
International Seminar on
International Renewable Energy and Royal University of June 15th to 17th
14 Dr.Trinath Mahala.
Seminar Sustainable Bhutan, Bhutan. 2015.
Development.
Innovative Trends in IILM College of
National Hydrocarbons & Engineering and
15 Mr.Dheer Singh. October 7th 2015.
Seminar Advances in Engineering Technology,
in India Development. Greater Noida.
Short Term Global Initiative of MNNIT, March 7th to 13th
16 Mr. Ankur Singh.
Course Academic Network. Allahabad. 2016.

Manufacturing Science ABES Engineering July 18th to 22nd


17 B.P. Agarwal Invited Talk
and Technolgy College 2016
Mega ATV
18 Championship -2016. Bhubaneshwar, March 03rd to 07th
Event
Mr. Dheer Singh. “Mechelites ATV Odisha. 2015.
Vehicle” 2016.
National Kart Racing
RPM Circuit, October 17th to 19th
19 Mr.Dheer Singh. Event Championship 2015.
Bhopal. 2015.
“Team Shourya”

GO-KARTING-14
Mr. Dheer Singh RPM Circuit, February 25th to
20 Event “Team Mechelites”
and Ms.Akansha Bhopal. 28th 2015.
Gupta.

Academic Year: 2015-16-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 9

203
2 Invited Talk 3
3 Workshop 2
4 Seminar 2
5 Course Work 1
6 Event 3
Total 20

Guest Lecture/Presentation/Session Chair by Faculty outside GU


Academic Year: 2016-2017

Name of
S.No Faculty Name Event Title Date and Year
Organization

Trending Researches in Sona Engineering


International College
1 Dr.P.Mathiyalagan. Engineering Science and 30 Aug 2016.
Conference
Technology Salem
International Conference
International on Trending researches
2 Dr.Mathiyalagan NIT Trichy 2016
Conference in Engineering, Science
and Technology

International G.D. Goenka


Recent Development in October 21st to 22nd
3. Dr. Tamil Chelvan. University,
Conference Science and Engineering. 2016.
Gurgaon.

International Conference Mahatma Gandhi


International University,
4. Dr.J.Ronald Aseer on Advanced Polymeric April 7th to 9th 2016
Conference
Materials Kerala
International conference November 5th to 7th
International
5 Dr.J.Ronald Aseer on Advances in Materials IIT Kharagpur
Conference 2016
and Materials Processing
International Conference
International on Nano science and
6 Dr.J Ronald Asser SRM University 2016
Conference Nanotechnology for
Energy Applications

204
Recent trends in
Mechanical, Materials, October 1st
International Jawaharlal Nehru
7 Dr.J.Ronald Asser Industrial, Automotive,
Conference University 2016
Aeronautical and Nano
Technology
Faculty
Manufacturing Science ABES Engineering July 18th to 22nd
8 B.P Agarwal Development
and Technology College 2016
Program

Academic Year: 2016-2017-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 7
2 Invited Talk 0
3 Workshop/FDP 1
4 Seminar 0
5 Course Work 0
6 Event 0
Total 8

Guest Lecture/Presentation/Session Chair by Faculty outside GU


Academic Year: 2017-2018

Transformations in
Dr. Pawan Kumar Thiagarajar College of
1. Engineering Jan 4th to 6th 2018.
Singh Nain. Engineering. Madurai
Education.
Emerging Trends in
Mechanical and The NorthCap October 13th to 14th
2. Dr Maniraj.
Industrial University, Gurugram 2017.
Engineering.

205
International
Conference on
Innovative Research The Institution of
3. Dr.P.Mathiyalagan. in Engineering, Engineers India, March 18th 2018.
Science, Hyderabad.
Management and
Humanities
International
Conference on New
Frontiers of OM Institute of
4. Dr. Mathiyalagan. Engineering, Technology and February 4th 2018.
Science, Management.
Management and
Humanities.
International
Conference on
Sustainable CSIR-CMERI. December 15th to
5. Mr. Shrikant Vidya.
Manufacturing, Durgapur. 16th 2017.
Automation and
Technology.
Recent Advances in
Delhi Technological
6 P.K Chaudhary alternative Energy Jan 29th 2018
Univesity
Sources
Advances in
Delhi Technological Nov 27th to 1st Dec
7 P.K Chaudhary Manufacturing
University 2018
Processes
Total Quality Indian Institute of July 13th to 17th
8 P.K Chaudhary
Management Technology-BHU 2017
Quantitative
Shriram College of
Techniques and
9 P.K Chaudhary Engineering and Sep 9th 2017
Research
Management
Methodology
International
Conference on Institution Of Engineer-
10 K.K Dubey 2018
Advance Research Delhi
and Innovation
International Institution Of Engineer-
11 K.K Dubey Conference on 2018
Delhi
Advance Research

206
and Innovation
International
Conference on Institution Of Engineer-
12 K.K Dubey 2018
Advance Research d Delhi
Innovation
International
Meeting on
November
Advanced
13 K.K Dubey Technologies in Morocco 22nd to 23rd
Energy and
2018
Electrical
Engineering
International
Conference on
Advances in Design,
July 19th to 21st
14 Dr.Ronald Asser Materials, Crecent University
2017
Manufacturing and
Surface Engineering
for Mobility
International
Conference on
Nov 23th to 25st
15 Dr.Ronald Asser Advances in Invited Talk
2017
Polymer Science and
Technology
Effect of fiber content
International on tensile retention
Conference on properties of Cellulose
Nov 23th to 25st
16 Dr.Ronald Asser Advances in Microfiber Reinforced
2017
Polymer Science and Polymer Composites
Technology for Automobile
Application

Academic Year: 2017-2018-Summary

S.No Event Numbers


1 Conference Papers 11
2 Invited Talk 1
207
3 Workshop 3
4 Seminar 0
5 Course Work 1
Events 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 Total

6 Event 0
Total 16

Guest Lecture/Presentation/Session Chair/Event by Faculty outside GU-Summary

208
Conference Papers 11 7 9 27

Invited Talk 1 0 3 4

Workshop 3 1 2 6

Seminar 0 0 2 2

Course Work 1 0 1 2

Event 0 0 3 3

Total 16 8 20 44

5.8 Research and Development:


5.8.1 Academic Research (20)

Academic research includes research paper publications, Ph.D. guidance, and faculty receiving Ph.D.
during the assessment period.
 Number of quality publications in refereed/SCI Journals, citations, Books/Book Chapters etc.
(15)
 Ph.D. guided /Ph.D. awarded during the assessment period while working in the institute (5)
 All relevant details shall be mentioned.

Consolidated list of Publications

Assessment Year Journals Total

2017-18 17 17

2016-17 20 20

2015-16 9 9

46

209
Paper Publication (journal – Consolidated List – Faculty wise)
Total No.
Total Of Total No
Name of the Faculty 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 Number of Citations Of
Publication (GU Citations
Citations)
Pawan K.S. Nain 3 1 4 11 278
B.P. Agrawal 4 6 1 11 41 110
Sudipto Sarkar 2 1 3 3 112
Kunar Sambhav 1 1 88
Tamilchelvan.P 1 1 26
P.Suresh 2 1 3 5 80
Sweet Chandan 1 1 2 5
J.Ronald Asser 5 1 6 5
P.K.Chaudhary 2 2
Mathiyalagan.P 3 2 1 6 261
S Kennedy 1 1 1 15
Dheeraj Tripathi 1 1
K.S.Srikanth 85
Ashok K.Dewangan 1 1
Ankur Sinha 1 1
Amit Dixit 1 1

Academic Year: 2015-16


Total no. of Publication (2015-2016) – 8

S.N Citation
Authore Title Citation Details DOI no
o Index
Pawan K.S. Two‐step statistical optimization Biotechnology and https://doi
1 Nain for cold active β‐glucosidase applied biochemistry. .org/10.10 4
production from Pseudomonas 02/bab.14
210
lutea BG8 and its application for Vol.63(5). PP.659- 15
improving saccharification of 668.
paddy.

Challenges in Application of International Journal


Pulse Current Gas Metal Arc of Engineering
B.P. Research &
2 Welding Process for Preparation NA 5
Agrawal Technology.
of Weld Joint with Superior
Quality. Vol.5(01).
Journal of
Aeronautical and
Vortex Control by a Vertical
Automotive
Sudipto Splitter Plate Placed Upstream of
3 Engineering. NA
Sarkar a Square Cylinder in non-
Newtonian Flow Vol.3(2).
PP.43-48.
International journal
Kunar Pneumatically Designed Circuit of Scientific
4 Sambhav to Cover Metro Platform Gap Development and NA
Research
Journal of
Manufacturing
Parametric Studies on Explosive
Tamilchelv Engineering.
5 Cladded Titanium-Stainless NA
an.P
Steel Composite. Vol.10(3).
PP.161-165.
Journal of Material
Influence of Process Parameters Science and
6 P.Suresh on Machining Al-Sic-Gr-Hybrid Mechanical NA
Composites.
Engineering.
Journal of Material
Influence of Process Parameters Science and
P.Mathiyal
7 on Machining Al-Sic-Gr-Hybrid Mechanical NA
agan
Composites.
Engineering.
International Journal
Swet Review Paper on Rail Track for Technological
8 Chandan Flaw Detection Using MATLAB Research in NA
Engineering.

211
Vol.3(8).

Experimental Investigation on
Thermal Conductivity Analysis Journal of Basic and
J.Ronald Applied Engineering
9 of Bahunia Racemosa/Glass NA
Asser Research (JBAER),
Fiber Reinforced Polymer
Composites Vol.2(21).1858-1861

Academic Year: 2016-17


Total no. of Publication (2016-2017) - 19

S.
Conference/Journal Citation
No Authors Title DOI no
name Index
.

Indian Journal of
Glycoside hydrolase production Experimental http://nopr.
by Aspergillus terreus CM20 Biology. niscair.res.
Pawan K.S. using mixture design approach
1 Vol.54(08). in/handle/1 3
Nain for enhanced enzymatic
23456789/
saccharification of alkali PP.518-524. 35143
pretreated paddy straw.

Bioprospecting of novel Biotechnology for


thermostable β-glucosidase from biofuels. https://doi.
Bacillus subtilis RA10 and its org/10.118
Pawan K.S. Vol.10(1).
2 application in biomass 6/s13068- 5
Nain
hydrolysis. PP.246 017-0932-
8

Korean Journal of
Chemical https://link.
Simultaneous saccharification
Engineering. springer.co
and fermentation of alkali-
Pawan K.S. m/article/1 3
3 pretreated corncob under Vol.34(3).
Nain 0.1007/s11
optimized conditions using cold-
PP.773-780. 814-016-
tolerant indigenous holocellulase
0334-9

Influence of PC-GTAW Journal of Materials https://link.


B.P. Parameters on the springer.co
4 Engineering and 10
Agrawal Microstructural and Mechanical m/article/1
Performance
Properties of Thin AISI 1008 0.1007/s11

212
Sttel Joints Vol.25(9) 665-016-
2211-4
International journal
Comparative study of Ventilated of Trend in Research
B.P.
5 Disc Brake with Different and Development. NA
Agrawal
Profiles for Heat Dissipation
Vol.3(5).
Archive of
Mechanical
Effects of Cutting Parameters on Engineering. 10.1515/m
B.P. Quality of Surface Produced by 2
6 Vol.63 (4): eceng-
Agrawal Machining of Titanium Alloy
2016-0030
and Their Optimization PP.531-548.

Journal of Materials
Characteristics of Extra Narrow Engineering and
Gap Weld of HSLA Steel Performance.
B.P.
7 Welded by Single-Seam per Vol.26(3). NA 4
Agrawal
Layer Pulse Current GMA Weld
PP.1365-1381.
Deposition

Postural Analysis of Air Filling


B.P. Industrial Engineering
8 Operators Working At Petrol NA
Agrawal Journal. Vol.X(5).
Filling Stations
Journal of the
Brazilian Society of
https://doi.
GTA pulsed current welding of Mechanical Sciences
org/10.100
B.P. thin sheets of SS304 producing and Engineering. 9
9 7/s40430-
Agrawal superior quality of joint at high Vol.39(11).
017-0813-
welding speed
PP.4667-4675. x

International Research
Parameter Design for Optimum Journal of
P.K.Chaudh Percentage Yield For Bio-Diesel Engineering and
10 NA
ary From Cotton Seed Using Technology.
DOE(Taguchi Technique)
Vol.04(04).
P.K. Experimental Investigation of International Research
11 NA
Chaudhary Performance and Emission Journal of

213
Characteristics of Palm Oil Engineering and
Technology.
Vol.04(04).
Journal of Basic and
Applied Engineering
Pseudoplastic Fluid Flow around 2
Sudipto Research.
12 a Square Cylinder with a NA
Sarkar
Downstream Splitter Plate Vol.3(11).
PP.1004-1009.
Journal of Material
Drag Reduction of a Circular Science and
Sudipto