NAAC

Curricular Aspects

Summary

Mangalore Institute of Technology & Engineering, affiliated with Visvesvaraya Technological University Belagavi, constantly strives to attain perfection in providing globally competitive quality education. The institution meticulously follows the curricula framed by the university. Curriculum gaps and technical anomalies if any, are communicated to the university as an endeavor to improve the course content. Curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities are formulated through a calendar of events with institutional mission and core values as the framework.

The Outcome-Based Education model is being practiced in all the academic programs with well-defined course objectives and outcomes. The lesson plan and delivery content prepared by the Course Instructors are reviewed by a panel of experts to ensure quality and effectiveness in teaching.

Institute is committed to provide adequate engineering knowledge and equip the students with employability and entrepreneurial skills through the Choice-Based Credit System with a provision to select suitable courses. 6 industry-oriented certification courses through Centers of Excellence (CoE) from Siemens, Bosch, and also CoE for the study of the Japanese language, certification through Infosys Campus Connect, Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green belt training and certification through State University of New York, are the hallmark of the institution, aiming to bridge the gap between industry-academia and to achieve global competency. Emphasis is also given on interdisciplinary courses under NPTEL/SWAYAM. The institute believes in integrating various cross-cutting issues relevant to gender sensitization, environment protection and sustainability.

To maintain a continuum of learning, technical training programs and workshops in the core/allied domain are facilitated through MoU with industries like Uipath, KPIT, Carl ZEISS, Toyota and interaction with alumni. Human values and professional ethics are inculcated through an Induction program conducted in the first year. Technical/cultural fests, association activities help the students to achieve personal integrity, cooperation, teamwork. Community service/extension programs promote a desirable sense of social concern, converting academic knowledge into transferable skills.

Comprehensive feedback from the stakeholders, evaluation of course-end and program-end survey, attainment of course outcomes contribute significantly to improve the quality and perfection in academic programs upholding the institute’s core value “making a positive difference”.

1.2 Academic Flexibility

1.2.1 Percentage of programmes in which choice based credit system(CBCS) / elective course system has been implemented

1.2.1 Minutes of relevant academic council / BOS meetings

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

1.2.2 Brochure related to add on / certificate programme

1.2.3 List of Students enrolled for the Add on/ Certificate programs

1.2.3 Supporting Document

1.2.3 List of students enrolled for certificate programmes – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

1.2.3 Student attendance details enrolled for the Add on/ Certificate programs – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

1.2.3 Certificates for the Add on/ Certificate programs –

2019-20

2018-19 – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

2017-18 – PART 1 || PART 2

2016-17 – PART 1 || PART 2

2015-16

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

1.4.2 Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows :

  1. Feedback collected , analysed and action taken and feedback available on website  – Click Here for the webpage 

Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

Summary

MITE, an institute of Academic Excellence, has well-defined student – centric, Teaching-Learning Process, igniting passion amongst the students of diverse background and culture with varying abilities from different states and abroad.

The institute has maintained best-in-class infrastructure, ICT facilities and tranquil environment along with systematic planning and execution of academic activities. Optimum student-faculty ratio with dedicated and competent faculty adopting the innovative teaching methods like flipped classrooms, project-based learning, problem solving etc. are advocating active learning. Shaping the capabilities of students by going beyond the curriculum with global exposure, excellent placement support, exceptional academic performance has positioned MITE, the most preferred institute by the aspiring students.

Choice Based Credit courses implemented with Outcome Based Education with well-defined OBE elements, conduction of co-curricular activities and community outreach programs promote holistic development of the students. OBE elements are disseminated to the stakeholders by displaying in the institution website, laboratories, common areas of department and student workbooks.

The institute has formative and summative assessment system for measuring the learning outcomes of the students. The slow learners and advanced learners are identified through robust and transparent internal assessment mechanism. The performance of slow learners is enhanced by addressing their learning challenges through effective counselling with necessary mentoring and remedial classes are conducted on regular basis, as an additional support. The advanced learners are encouraged towards self-learning with an access to e-learning platforms like NPTEL, Coursera, Swayam, edX, Udacity etc., along with the guidance to participate in reputed technical competitions, conferences and publications.

The institution supports faculty to participate in workshops, conferences, FDPs, symposiums and seminars to update their knowledge and teaching skills along with promising incentives for good research publications.

IQAC conducts quality audit of academic activities ensuring quality and competency. Attainment of OBE elements is carried out systematically to identify the operational gaps to propose corrective action plan to integrate in strategic planning.

Innovative pedagogical techniques, timely execution of remedial measures based on students results, feedback & grievances has resulted in sequential milestones leading the institute towards realization of its vision.

2.1 Student Enrolment & Profile

2.1.1 Average enrollment percentage

2.1.1.1 Number of students admitted year wise during last five years

2.1.1.2 Number of sanctioned seats year wise during last five years

2.1.2 Average percentage of seats filled against reserved categories during last five years

2.1.2.1 Number of actual students admitted from the reserved categories year wise during last five years

2.2 Catering to Student Diversity

Catering to Student Diversity

2.3 Teaching Learning Process

2.3.3 Ratio of students to mentor for academic and other related issues – PART 1 || PART 2

2.6 Student Performance & Learning Outcomes

2.6.1 Program and course outcomes for all programs offered by the institution are stated and displayed on the website and communicated to teachers and students

Short Video showing the Dissemination of COs and POs – Click Here

2.6.2 Attainment of program outcomes and course outcomes are evaluated by the institution – Attainment of COs for a course || PO and PSO attainment for a program

2.6.3 Average pass percentage of students during last five years

Result sheet published by the affiliated university attested by the Principal

Certified report from Principal indicating pass percentage of the students of the final year ( final semester) eligible for degree program wise / year wise

Research, Innovations and Extension

Summary

MITE is established with a vision to benefit the global community using its strength in research and development. Research, Innovation, Consultancy being key areas of focus, the institute is committed for promoting interdisciplinary research, innovation skills amongst the research fraternity to develop novel technologies through academic and industry collaborations.

The institute has 7 VTU recognized research centers with 31 PhD qualified faculty currently engaged in R&D. The research council encourages, guides the faculty to conduct research in emerging areas, submit proposals to funding agencies and publish research findings. As a policy initiative, management provides a seed grant of 2 Lakhs/year to each department for strengthening the research facilities. Financial assistance of Rs. 50,000/- and 15,000/- per year is provided for a faculty to register, travel, and present research findings in International and National conferences. Access to Turnitin software, incentives for patent grants, and consultancy are also provided.

The promising support by the management is reflected through high-quality research output which includes, Funded projects worth over 2.6 Crores, 280 Journal publications, 109 ISSN/ISBN publications and 1 patent granted with 5 patent applications filed during the last 5 years.

Establishment of 3 Centers of Excellence and 42 functional MoUs with industries and International universities for academic and research collaborations is the testimony of commitment to the vision.

Entrepreneurship development, Industry Institute Interaction (III) and IPR cells, through MITE Alumni Innovation Centre empowers the students/faculty to develop innovative ideas into technology, facilitating interaction with industry experts, organizing competitions like hackathons, ideathons, and awareness towards IPR. Incubation Centre provides a conducive ecosystem for budding entrepreneurs. 20 innovative ideas being incubated through the financial support of 1.85 Crores received from MSME, GoI, and NAIN, GoK, and 6 startups are also functioning on the campus. The extension programs like blood donation, visits to orphanages, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Youth Red Cross activities, NSS, gender sensitizing activities, adoption of 5 villages under Unnat Bharath Abhiyan, refurbishment of Govt schools, nurtures desirable attributes of social responsibility among the students, echoes the core value of the institute: “commitment towards the ultimate good of the society”.

3.1 Resource Mobilization for Research

3.1.1 Grants received from government and non governmental agencies for research projects, endowments, Chairs in the institution: Data Template || Sample Document

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.1.2 Percentage of teachers recognized as research guides: Data Template || Additional Information

3.1.3 Percentage of departments having research projects funded by government and non government agencies: Data Template || Sample Document from Funding Agency || Additional Information

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.2 Innovation Ecosystem

3.2.1 Institution has created an ecosystem for innovations and has initiatives for creation and transfer of knowledge: Additional Information

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2|| PART 3

3.2.2 Number of workshops/ seminars conducted on Research Methodology, Intellectual Property Rights(IPR) and Entrepreneurship: Sample Report of the Event

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.3 Research Publications and Awards

3.3.1 Number of Ph.Ds registered per eligible teacher: Data Template || Additional Information

3.3.2 Number of research papers per teachers in the journals notified on UGC website: Data Template || Additional Information

Supporting Documents – PART-1 || PART-2

3.3.3 Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/ books published and paper published in national/international conference proceedings per teacher: Data Template || Additional Information

3.4 Extension Activities

3.4.1 Extension activities are carried out in the neighborhood community, sensitizing students to social issues, for their holistic development and impact thereof : Additional Information

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.4.2 Number of awards and recognitions received for extension activities from government / government recognized bodies : Data Template || e-copy of the award letters

3.4.3 Number of extension and outreach programs conducted by the institution through NSS/NCC/Red cross/YRC etc : Data Template || Sample Report

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.4.4 Average percentage of students participating in extension activities : Data Template || Sample Report of the Event

Supporting Documents – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3

3.5 Collaboration

3.5.1 Number of Collaborative activities for Research, Faculty Exchange, Student Exchange/ Internship per year: Data Template || Sample e-copies of related document || Additional Information

Collaboration Document

Academic Year – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

3.5.2 Number of functional MoUs with Institutions, other Universities, Industries, Corporate houses etc : Data Template || Sample e-copies of MoUs || Additional Information

e-copies of MoUs – PART 1 || PART 2

Activities conducted under MoU – PART 1 || PART 2 || PART 3 || PART 4 || PART 5

Infrastructure and Learning Resources

Summary

MITE, known for its natural aura of exquisite, serene, lush green campus spread over 74 acres, an amalgamation of eco-consciousness has been awarded “Best Engineering College in Dakshina Kannada undertaking green initiatives” by Karnataka State Pollution Control Board. The passion of the management to provide the best for facilitating the Teaching-Learning Process has created an infrastructure of global standards with a built-up area of 54,420sq.m and adequate learning resources.

The exemplary infrastructure includes 3 Academic blocks comprising  52 ICT enabled AC classrooms which includes 1 smart class room per department, 25 Tutorial rooms, 160 Staff cabins and 12 AC cabins for HoDs/Deans, 49 well equipped, spacious laboratories maintained with student computer ratio of 3:1, 7 Research Centers, 3 Centers of Excellence from Siemens, Bosch and for the study of the Japanese language, Workshop block, Geo-Engineering block, Cultural club activity training room, Administrative office, 3 aesthetically designed lounges for staff, male and female students, 7 Hostel blocks having centralized dining facility, solar water heater facility, 2 gymnasiums, 3 Lakh Lpd capacity STPs, 1 RO plant, Rainwater harvesting, 18 buses for transportation, parking facility and ample sports facilities for both indoor and outdoor games.

The institute has a state-of-the-art Incubation Centre, Innovation Centre, Training and Placement Cell built on par with industry-standard, 3 AC Seminar Halls, Auditorium, two storied multi-cuisine AC food court, Medical Centre, ATM facility, Stationery Store and Photocopying Centre. Wheelchair, elevator, ramp facilities are provided to aid the physically challenged.

The entire campus is enabled with 500 MBPS Wi-Fi, LAN connectivity and 275 surveillance cameras.

MITE has a two-level AC library with a seating capacity of 600, fully automated with Easylib. Through the membership of the VTU Consortium and National Digital Library, Learning Resources like e-Journals, e-books, databases like Scopus, Web of Science, and Turnitin are available to faculty and students.

For the effective maintenance and safety of the campus, the institute has an active maintenance and security department.

Refurbishment work of the facilities is undertaken periodically for hassle-free academic activities. There is continuous disbursement for infrastructure augmentation to give the best facilities for the stakeholders.

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1 Library is automated using Integrated Library Management System

Video of Library Click Here

4.2.2 e-resources in the institution || Data Template

4.2.3 Average annual expenditure for purchase of books/e-books and subscription to journals/e- journals during the last five years

Data Template || Consolidated Annual Expenditure || Audit Report

4.2.4 Percentage per day usage of library by teachers and students during the last completed academic year

Library Usage Calculation Procedure || Accession Register & Footfalls

4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure

4.4.1 Average percentage of expenditure incurred on maintenance of infrastructure (physical and academic support facilities) excluding salary component during the last five years

Data Template || Budget Report ||Audit Report

4.4.2 There are established systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing physical, academic and support facilities – laboratory, library, sports complex, computers, classrooms etc.

Student Support and Progression

Summary

MITE, a vibrant campus, has established a strong culture of student support, sustainable good practices for optimal progression assisted with robust alumni network for the students embarking the journey of professional education.

The intellectual capabilities of the students from diverse background are managed through an efficient central mentoring cum counselling system, faculty as a mentor, monitoring academic/personal activities, grooming with timely guidance and counselling. Frequent student feedback, access to e-learning, internships, remedial classes for slow learners, support for advanced learners for project presentations, publications, higher studies, financial support by the management to develop innovative projects, orients the students towards academic excellence securing university ranks every year.

Grievance redressal, disciplinary, anti- ragging, anti-sexual harassment committees, ensure care, safety of every student providing conducive environment for learning.

Training, Placement and Career Guidance Cell provides support with regard to career aspirations, guidance for higher education, civil services exams and assistance for patent filing. Employability skill development course from Infosys, Extensive courses beyond academics through CoEs of Bosch, Siemens, Technical skill development programs supported by MoUs with reputed industries, strong relationship with the potential companies to participate in campus placement drive, has resulted in achieving above 70% placements. Shaping global citizens through MoU with global universities and CoE in Japanese Language & Culture, inventing solutions through Innovation Centre, Incubation Centre to inspire budding entrepreneurs, are the untiring efforts of the institute towards the pledge “ where stones turn into diamonds”.

MITE is a campus of opportunities, promoting avid growth in students. Student participation in institute/class committees, IEEE, ISTE chapters, Department associations, Cultural club, NSS, Youth Red Cross, Technical/Cultural/Sports/Extension activities, nurtures the hidden talents and empowers them to become proactive lifelong learners. Conduction of trademark cultural fest – SENTIA, 2 editions of TEDx, awards won at project competitions, inter-institute cultural/sports prizes are the indicators of optimal progression.

In addition, students are assisted to avail scholarships and the management provides fee reduction and free accommodation for the deserving students.

Alumni engagement with students and every accomplishments, encourages institute’s perseverance towards shaping the students to pragmatic, challenging, enthusiastic professionals.

Governance, Leadership and Management

Summary

The governance at MITE is reflective of a visionary and effective leadership. The vision and mission statements stand as the future timelines of the institution. The dynamic and able leadership at the institute has imbibed these statements and incorporates it in formulating the strategic-perspective plan of the institution. The participative management of MITE believes in decentralized leadership at every level of administration and a robust structure has been established to sustain and improve the quality of education.

Governing Council is the main policy framing body of the institute. The Chairman of the institution is the chairperson of the Governing Council. The perspective plan for the growth and expansion of the institution, review of the progress, approval of annual budget and expenditure is encompassed by the Governing Council.

The Principal spearheads the academic and administrative activities of the institution. Vice Principal, Deans and Heads of respective Departments take collective responsibility in planning all the academic events and in decision making. Various sub committees involving the stakeholders and department level committees formed at the beginning of every academic year, meet to plan, accomplish, evaluate the academic, cocurricular activities and disciplinary measures, to ensure continuous improvement of academic standards. Minutes of the meetings of all the committees are maintained and communicated to stakeholders.

Employees’ Provident Fund, gratuity, health insurance and maternity leave are the welfare measures adopted at MITE for teaching and non-teaching staff. A financial support of Rs.50,000/- is provided to a faculty per year to present the research findings in international/national conferences and for journal publications. The financial powers of the Principal and Heads of respective Departments are well defined for necessary procurement.

The institute has well-structured Service rules, Performance Based Appraisal System to ensure productivity of faculty and a meticulous promotion system. Administrative and academic procedures are managed through ERP management system.

The compliance of academic procedures and continuous improvement in teaching learning process is ensured through systematic audit by IQAC comprising of internal and external expert members to audit the performance, maintain quality parameters to affirm transparent governance at the institute.

6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment

6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1 Effective welfare measures for teaching and non-teaching staff – Part 1 || Part 2

6.3.2 Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshop and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years

Academic Year – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

6.3.3 Average Number of Professional Development /Administrative Training Programmes organized by the Institution for the the teaching and non-teaching staff during last five years

Academic Year – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

6.3.4 Average percentage of teachers undergoing online/ face-to-face Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) during the last five years

Academic Year – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

6.3.5 Institutions performance appraisal system for teaching and non teaching staff

Institutional Values and Best Practices

Summary

MITE, a leading institute of academic excellence, is making a positive difference in the lives of the students by dissemination of stated core values in Teaching – Learning Process, transforming them into competent professionals with right ethos and a mindset to soar new heights.

Green and clean campus has set the right ambience for education and societal transformation initiatives along with transparent governance. The serene atmosphere is maintained through regular landscaping, conservation of water through Rain Water Harvesting, recharging of bore wells, maintaining a clean water distribution system. Campus has adopted “Green initiatives” like, setting up 3 Lakh Lpd capacity STPs, disposal of solid and e-wastes, usage of LED lights, solar water heaters, pedestrian-friendly pathways, ban on use of plastics and reduced consumption of paper. Institute’s commitment to environment and sustainability has been recognised by Pollution Control Board, Govt. of Karnataka, bestowing the award “Best Engineering college undertaking green initiatives.”

Since inception, key focus of MITE is to impart quality education with discipline through well-defined code of conduct for students and the staff. Gender Sensitisation programs are regularly conducted by the Internal Complaints Committee and the institute strongly promotes gender equality and parity. Ladies lounges, Installation of surveillance cameras and sanitary napkin incinerators, full time wardens, counselling sessions, evidence the commitment towards gender sensitivity. Institute takes care of differently abled by providing facilities like ramps, wheelchairs, elevators, exam scribes, signboards and washrooms.

MITE organises cultural programs to promote human values and observes national and international commemorative days. Red Cross, NSS, CSR, HR and ECO Club activities, adoption of 5 villages, exposes students to community needs, and nurtures desired attributes.

To achieve the stated vision, Institute has adopted two best practices like effective mentoring cum counselling by maintaining the comprehensive record of every student and introducing in-house designed Employability Skills Development Program to empower and make every student “employable”. Setting up CoE from Bosch Rexroth, in its third year of inception, followed by CoE from Siemens, remarkable MoAs with academic institutes and industries of global repute and inspiring research promotional policy to improve R&D, identifies MITE, as a “distinctive” institute.

7.1 Institutional values and social responsibilities

7.1.1 Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity during the last five years – Click Here for Reports   ||  Click Here for Video
7.1.2 Facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures – Click Here for Photos  ||  Click Here for Video
7.1.3 Facilities in the Institution for the management of degradable and non-degradable waste – Contracts||  Click Here for Photos  ||  Click Here for Video 
7.1.4 Water conservation facilities available in the Institution – Click Here for Photos  ||  Click Here for Video
7.1.5 Green campus initiatives
7.1.6 Quality audits on energy and environment and awards received for such green campus initiatives
7.1.7 Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier-free environment –  Click Here for Brochure || Click Here for Photos || Click Here for Video
7.1.8 Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing inclusive environment – Click Here for Reports  ||  Click Here for Video 
7.1.9 Sensitisation of students and employees of the institution to the constitutional obligations
7.1.10 Institution has code of conduct for students, teachers, administrators and other staff
7.1.11 Institution celebrates/organizes national and international commemorative days, events and festivals

7.3 Institutional distinctiveness

DVV Clarifications

Criteria 1

1.1 Curricular Aspects

1.1.3 Data template in the prescribed format for the Last five Academic Years

1.1.3 Supporting Document for Senate, BoS, BOE, Question Paper Setting and Evaluation for the Last five Academic Years

1.2 Catering to student diversity

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

1.2.1 List of programs in which CBCS/Elective course system implemented in the last completed academic year 2019-20 certified by the Registrar of the affiliating university

1.2.1 Minutes of relevant Academic Council/BOS meetings and Affiliating University letter stating implementation of CBCS

1.2.2 Data Template for Name of the program, duration, list of students enrolled, curriculum, assessment procedures year-wise is provided in the prescribed format

1.2.2 Sample documentary evidence includes  Syllabus, Time Table, Student List, Certificate, Feedback Form and Feedback Analysis report is provided for Each Add on Programs

1.2.2 Summary report of each program year-wise along with their outcome is uploaded as the supporting document

1.2.3 Data Template for Year-wise List of the students enrolled in the add on/ Certification  Program

1.2.3 Supporting Documents for  Certificate/ Add-on programs during the last five Academic Years

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.2 Data template is provided in the prescribed format for experimental learning through project work/field work/internship

1.3.2 Links for Supporting Documents showing the experimental learning through project work/field work/internship as prescribed by the affiliating university curriculum

1.3.3 Data template is provided in the prescribed format for List of students undertaking the field projects / internship program-wise in the last completed academic year

1.3.3 Links for Supporting documents   showing Internship completion certificate / project work completion certificate  and field visit details

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

1.4.2 Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows :

  1. Feedback collected , analyzed and action taken and feedback available on website  – Click Here for the webpage
  2. Feedback Report for the academic Year 2018-19

Criteria 3

3.1 Resource Mobilization for Research

3.1.1 Grants received from government and non governmental agencies for research projects, endowments, Chairs in the institution

Data Template || Supporting Document

3.1.2 Percentage of teachers recognized as research guides – Data Template

3.1.3 Percentage of departments having research projects funded by government and non government agencies

Data Template || Supporting Document

3.2 Innovation Ecosystem

3.2.2 Number of workshops/ seminars conducted on Research Methodology, Intellectual Property Rights(IPR) and Entrepreneurship

Data Template

Supporting Documents – Report of Conference || Workshop || Seminar

Academic Year –  2019-20 || 2017-18

3.3 Research Publications and Awards

3.3.1 Number of Ph.Ds registered per eligible teacher during the last five years – Data Template

3.3.2 Number of research papers per teachers in the journals notified on UGC website

Data Template || Supporting Document

3.3.3 Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/ books published and paper published in national/international conference proceedings per teacher

Data Template || Supporting Document

3.4 Extension Activities

3.4.2 Number of awards and recognitions received for extension activities from government / government recognized bodies during the last five years – Data Template

3.4.3 Number of extension and outreach programs conducted by the institution through NSS/NCC/Red cross/YRC etc.

Data Template || Supporting Documents- Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 3

3.4.4 Average percentage of students participating in extension activities

Data Template || Supporting Documents- Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 3

3.5 Collaboration

3.5.1 Number of Collaborative activities for Research, Faculty Exchange, Student Exchange/ Internship per year –

Data Template || Collaboration Document

Collaborative Activities Academic Year – 2019-20 || 2018-19 || 2017-18 || 2016-17 || 2015-16

3.5.2 Number of functional MoUs with Institutions, other Universities, Industries, Corporate houses etc.

Data Template || e-copies of MoUs

Activity conducted under MoU – Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 3 || Part 4 || Part 5

Criteria 4

4.1 Physical Facilities

4.1.3 Number of classrooms and seminar halls with ICT- enabled facilities such as smart class, LMS, etc

4.1.4: Expenditure for infrastructure augmentation, excluding salary year-wise during last five years (INR in lakhs)

Data Template || Audit Report

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.2 e-resources in the institution || Data Template

4.2.3 Data Template

4.2.4 Accession Register and Footfalls

4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure

4.4.1 Average percentage of expenditure incurred on maintenance of infrastructure

Data Template || Audit Report

Criteria 5

5.1 Student Support

5.1.1 Students benefited by scholarship and free ships provided by the government

Data Template || Supporting Document

5.1.2 Students benefited by scholarship and free ships provided by the institution / non-government agencies

Data Template || Supporting Document

5.1.3 Capacity building and skills enhancement initiatives taken by the institution

Data Template || Supporting Documents – Soft Skills || Language and Communication Skills || Life skills || ICT / Computing Skills

5.1.4 Students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling offered by the institution

Data Template || Supporting Documents- Part 1 || Part 2

5.1.5 The institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases

Supporting Documents – Committee formation / Circulars || Committee Reports

5.2 Student Progression

5.2.1 Average percentage of placement of outgoing students

Supporting Document

5.2.2 Average percentage of students progressing to higher education

Data Template || Supporting Document

5.2.3 Average percentage of students qualifying in state / national / international level examinations

Data Template || Supporting Document – 2019-20

5.3 Student Participation and Activity

5.3.1 Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at university/state/national/international level during the last five years

Supporting Document – 2019-20

5.3.3 Average number of sports and cultural events/competitions in which students of the Institution participated during last five years (organised by the institution/other institutions)

Data Template || Supporting Document –  Sports || Cultural

5.4 Alumni Engagement

5.4.2 Alumni contribution to the development of the institution through financial support

Criteria 7

7.1.6 Quality audits on energy and environment and awards received for such green campus initiatives
7.1.7 Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier-free environment –  Click Here for Brochure