Criterion - 1
Curricular Aspects

1.1 :- Curricular Planning and Implementation

1.1.1  The Institution ensures effective curriculum delivery through a well planned and documented process

Response :


For the academic administration, the various Committees are constituted viz. College Development Committee, examination cell, library committee, R&D cell, IIC, finance /A/c committee, IQAC, academic monitoring committee etc; which monitor and execute action plan for effective implementation of the curriculum. HoD meetings with principal and Departmental meeting with HoD and staff, intensive discussion/deliberations are held and strategies are planned / developed for effective implementation of the curriculum. Institute also ensures successful implementation of the curriculum through active participation of teacher, time-table in charges of various departments and academic calendar planning committee members. Expert guidance is also provided to achieve the prescribed goals, through various teaching methods viz. presentation assignments, mini-major projects,discussions expert talks, workshops, seminars, industrial visits ,video lectures, Lab view technique, simulation etc. apart from regular/traditional teaching methods.


Based on the number of working days available syllabus is divided in to units/modules and each teacher prepares a lesson plan / lecture plan. The entire syllabus it is to be completed as per the dead line /given in institute academic calendar which is line strictly followed and is in line with university academic calendar. The faculty members are there is prepare and in maintain the course files of each subject which consists of following things


1) Graduate attributes.

2) POs, PSOs, and COs of the concerned dept / Subject.

3) Vision, Mission goals/objectives of the concerned Dept.

4) Vision, Mission, quality policy, quality objectives of the institute.

5) Academic Calendar of institute / department.

6) Student’s Roll call list.

7) Time-Table of the concerned class & Individual time-table.

8) Syllabus copy, question papers of previous exams

9) Solution of question papers.

10) Model answers sheet.

11) Evaluation of TW/project/seminar /oral-practical etc.

12) Teaching material, sample hard copy & PPTs (few pages only).

13) Attendance second, evaluation record etc.

14) Unit test I & II- related record.


As per the schedule of unit test I & II are conducted in each semester. For slow learners remedial classes are conducted for different subjects: Wherever required guest / expert lectures of industry person, teachers from other institute are also organized. All the departments arrange industrial visits. An attempt is made to bridge the gap, between industry and academia. Industrial visits, of interaction /observation with industry persons help, students to understand practical aspects of a subject as well as assist in concept clarity.
For every 15-20 students, Guardian faculty (teacher). Members (GFM) i.e. mentor is provided and GFM is responsible for academic and career counseling. This helps to strengthen the bond of affection between students and a teacher.


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1.1.2  The institution adheres to the academic calendar including for the conduct of CIE

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The method to analyze and to ensure that, the stated objectives of curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation are as under:


1) Well before the commencement of a given semester of an Academic Year, academic calendar is prepared in line with AICTE/University academic calendar and through notices/ social media it is communicated to teachers and students. Accordingly teachers prepare lesson plans and successfully completes the syllabus, well in time.


2) Departmental academic monitoring committees reviews and check the curriculum coverage and during HOD meetings with CDC/ Principal, it is discussed / analyzed. As per the need necessary instructions / guidelines / suggestions etc.are given to the HODs / teachers. Teachers follow the time-tables and as per schedule. The practical sessions are conducted. The industrial visit for practical sessions are organised. Organized as per the Course structure of given subject and based on which visit reports are prepared. Unit tests / Mock-orals / mini-projects / progress of seminars and project work are monitored, through which the continuous academic progress of studentsis ensured.


3) Each semester, the feedback about T-L process to carried out for effective implementation and delivery of curriculum. Whenever necessary remedial action is taken. In certain cases industry experts are invited, guest lectures are arranged for better delivery of course contents.


4) In the University exams, good number of Students achieve excellent performance and because of T&P cell's training (soft, hard & technical skills etc.), students get placed in reputed companies.


5) Students are motivated to participate in various technical events of the institute and outside the institute (may be inter college, state level of national level) and few have owned the prices.


6) Alumni of the institute are working at different reputed organizations and are excelling well in their fields.


7) During G.B. / C.D.C. (formerly L.M.C.) meetings, assessment is made regarding, achieving targeted goals to ensure that the institute is adhering to its mission and vision statements.



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1.1.3  Teachers of the Institution participate in following activities related to curriculum development and assessment of the affiliating University and/are represented on the following
academic bodies during the last  years


1. Academic council/BoS of Affiliating university

2. Setting of question papers for UG/PG programs

3. Design and Development of Curriculum for Add on/ certificate/ Diploma Courses

4. Assessment /evaluation process of the affiliating University


Response : D. Any 1 of the above


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1.2 :- Academic Flexibility

1.2.1   Percentage of Programmes in which Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)/ elective course system has been implemented

Response : 83.33   Number of Programmes in which CBCS / Elective course system implemented.

Response : 5


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1.2.2   Number of Add on /Certificate programs offered during the last five years

Response : 12   How many Add on /Certificate programs are offered within the last year.




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1.2.3   Average percentage of students enrolled in Certificate/ Add-on programs as against the total number of students during the last  years

Response : 17.51   Number of students enrolled in subject related Certificate or Add-on programs year wise during last  years




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1.3 :- Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1  Institution integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics ,Gender, Human Values ,Environment and Sustainability into the Curriculum

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SRCOE offers different value added / enrichment programme which prepare students for promising future prospects and their holistic development.


The institute aims to groom the students in manner that they become morally upright professionally sound and socially responsible and competent enough, to meet the challenge of the global market. The various initiatives taken by institute are as under.


Moral and Ethical values:


• Three weeks student Induction Program (SIP) is conducted for newly admitted students ,Yoga, meditation, talks on ethical values, Indian culture etc. is arranged on regular basis; for which external experts are invited

• Personality development / Programs are organized.

• Sports, cultural events, Arts & craft exhibition events are organised.

• Various National days are celebrated.

• Celebrate traditional days.

• Conducted events in Indian Knowledge system.

• Employable and Life skill lesson are taught.

• Sessions are conducted on Universal Human Values.


Through personality and grooming session, the personality development Communication skill, hard & soft skill training session are conducted.

• Students are provided with" SPRUCE " a mobile application software, app and using which
students can practice aptitude and reasoning tests, which has yielded good results
• Internships and industrial training for students .
• Rigorous Industrial visits are organized.
• Students are trained for preparing C.V, interview techniques, etiquettes, G.D, etc.
• Various activities like NSS, Sports, and Cultural are organised.
• Numerous webinar/ seminar/workshop on emerging technologies are arranged. Conduct various
short term certificate /training sessions to upskill student in emerging technologies.


Better career options:


• During S.I.P for first year students before the commencement of semester-I of A.Y. career
counselling is done about scope and job prospects in each of the discipline, and in depth various avenues available after completion of four years of degree programs, are heald, so that students are aware about
their own field/ discipline / branch at the beginning of the first semester itself.
• Students are prepared/ guided for competitive exams. viz GATE, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, CAT etc
• Organises online/offline campus recruitment drives with the assistance of training and placement
• Arrange interaction with Alumni, for career counselling and they discuss about expectations from
industry, present case studies, their practical experiences.
• Students are informed about changing job scenarios, evolving trends /technologies by industry


Moral and ethical values training:


(a) NSS Activities/ programmes
The following activities of NSS activities are undertaken and students participate in same.
I. Tree plantations.
II. Campaigning about Govt. Schemes to villagers.
III. Programmes on Digital literacy.
IV. Blood Donation camp.
V. Swachhata Mohim / Swachhad Bharat activity.
VI. Presentations on Water - Energy conservation.
VII. Presentations on Green Enrichment.
VIII. Presentations on carrier guidance to school children etc.


(b) Services to community


Under PMKVY - AICTE scheme, following skill development programmes to socially deprived children
was carried and the list of training activities is presented below.
I. Cable jointer-Electrical power system.
II. CNC operator and turning.
III. Field Technician and Networking storage.
IV. Mason Concrete.

V. Field Technician & Refrigeration.


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1.3.2  Average percentage of courses that include experiential learning through project work/field work/internship during last year

Response : 8.97   Number of courses that include experiential learning through project work/field work/internship year-wise during last five years




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1.3.3  Percentage of students undertaking project work/field work/ internships (Data for the latest completed academic year

Response : 31.51   Number of students undertaking project work/field work / internships

Response : 316


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1.4 :- Feedback System

1.4.1  Institution obtains feedback on the syllabus and its transaction at the institution from the following stakeholders 1) Students 2)Teachers 3)Employers 4)Alumni

Response : A. All of the above


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1.4.2  Feedback process of the Institution may be classified as follows: Options:


1. Feedback collected, analysed and action taken and feedback available on website

2. Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken

3. Feedback collected and analysed

4. Feedback collected

5.  Feedback not collected

Response : A. Feedback collected, analysed and action taken and feedback available on website


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