Institution Best Practices AQAR 2019-2020
BEST PRACTICES 1:
a) Title and objective of the practice: Research and Development: Faculty members are being encouraged by the Institute to constantly upgrade their existing skill-set and qualification for the betterment of individual as well as for student’s benefits in the long run.
b) Context: Research and Development: The infrastructure of the institution can be upgraded significantly, funding and providing financial assistance to different projects that will enhance the capabilities for pursuing research work.
c) Practice: Research and Development: Research programs are wholeheartedly accepted and the institution contributes significantly towards supporting the programs by the following measures:
i) One day weekly paid leave for faculties pursuing Ph.D.
ii) paid leaves are granted during faculty exchange programs.
iii) 50 percent of the fees are shared by the institute for registering and attending National/International seminars and work-shops, and for membership renewal of different societies.
iv)Publication fees (half) for Journals/ Research articles are bearded by the institution for students.
d) Evidence: This practice can be reinforced by citing evidences namely Faculty members: Number of books and chapters in edited volumes / books published, and papers in national/international conference proceedings per teacher during the last five years.
e) Problems encountered and resource required: Further up gradation of the institutional infrastructure would help in promoting more scopes towards research and development project works. Various government and non-government funding towards exchange programs, projects, attending conference and seminars would facilitate and encourage the promotion of research work. Encouraging faculty members to apply for projects in various Government Organisation like DST, MoES and engaging students in those project activities.
BEST PRACTICES 2:
a) Title and objective of the practice: Continuous placement assistance: This Institution not only provides placement support to the present batch, but also keeps in touch and guides the previous passout batches to create better job opportunities.
b) Context: Continuous placement assistance: Institution believes in the continuous upgradation of skills for the students who are lacking particular skill set to meet the demands of the existing technical scenario in various sectors.
c) Practice: Continuous placement assistance: Constant communication is kept with the previous students who are not yet placed. They are invited to participate in various skill upgradation programs arranged by the institution. They are also encouragedto visit the lab facilities to upgrade their technical skill set. Students from previous batches are always informed and guided regarding the vacancies and openings for on campus as well as off campus drive.
d) Evidence: Trainings on the followings have been arranged for the students: Big Data Analytics I.O.T (Internet of things) Machine Learning Automobile Maintenance Embedded System Robotics e) Problems encountered and resource required:
i)Most common problem faced by the institution is when the students change their personal details (i.e contact number, e-mail id). Sometimes students fail to inform the department or the college authority regarding these changes as a result it becomes very hard for the organization to keep a track of such things.
ii) Students who are placed but are not satisfied with the current scenario fail to admit their situations and lack the courage to admit that they require upgradation.
iii) Focus should be on improved communication (such as using social platforms, creating groups on social media to share information) from college’s end. Faculties should also try to reach out to the students at personal level to motivate them to participate in the initiatives undertaken by the institute.
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- NAAC AQAR CO-PO 19-20
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