Institute Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan

Mangalore Institute of Technology & Engineering established with a vision of imparting globally competitive quality education is the most admired and preferred engineering institution in Coastal Karnataka. To attain excellence, it is desirable to develop Strategic Plans which is a continuous process with a specific focus on achieving Short term and Long term plans which enhance the existing capacities of the institution to become dynamic, demand-driven, quality conscious and efficient.

Recognizing the Vision, Mission and core values of the institute, analysing current and expected future scenarios, with SWOC analysis of the institution, Long Term Plans (2012-2020) and Short Term Plans (2012-2016) and (2016-2020) are developed through the inputs from all the stake holders. The final draft is presented to Governing Council for detailed review and discussion, the suggestions are incorporated towards its effective implementation.

LTP1:  To attain  NBA accreditation for all eligible UG programs and NAAC  accreditation for the institution.

LTP2: To establish an Incubation Centre to facilitate entrepreneurship and create Centres of Excellence through reputed global industry / University collaborations.

STP1. Uplift the  status of Institution

  • Explore the possibility of an increase in intake and introduction of new UG /PG programs to maintain sustainability
  • Resource planning for accreditation processes
  • Enhancing the brand value of institution through state-level cultural, technical and management fests and state level competitions

STP2. Good Governance

  • Revision of Vision, Mission, core values of the institution and their articulation
  • Development of Institutional strategic plans
  • Transparency through setting up e-governance
  • Constitution of IQAC, Program assessment committees and Department advisory boards with internal and external expert members  for quality assurance in academic and administrative processes
  • Evaluation of institution’s progress and benchmarking by Governing Council

STP3: Leadership Development

  • Decentralization of academic, administrative and student-related processes

STP4: Financial Management

  • Department wise Budget planning
  • Monitoring expenses as per budget planning
  • Expansion plans

STP5: Physical Infrastructure

  • Setting up state of the art academic infrastructure, additional hostels and related facilities, multicuisine food court, e-learning facilities, sports facilities
  • Enhancing the green measures like rainwater harvesting, plantation, recycling of wastewater through STP’s. installation of solar water heaters in the hostels
  • Strengthening campus network facilities.

STP6: Teaching –Learning Resources

  • Recruitment of faculty with Ph.D. qualifications from premier institutes with outstanding research/ competency/ industry expertise.
  • Introduction of Faculty performance appraisal system to sustain quality in teaching-learning.
  • Facilities for faculty towards career advancement and faculty exchange program with premier institutes
  • Setting up state-of-the-art laboratory infrastructure with quality equipment.
  • Establishing research culture amongst students
  • Organizing seminars, expert talks through professional bodies, international conferences and events in cutting edge technologies.

STP7: Faculty Retention Measures

  • Best working environment with state of the art facilities
  • Creation of Additional cadres for deserving staff
  • Career advancement schemes and incentives to deserving faculty
    • Support faculty to register for PhD in premier institutes.
    • Sponsorship/ Deputation, sabbaticals for higher education, industry exposure & Exchange programmes in premier national and international institutes

STP8:  Research and Development, Consultancy

  • Setting up research facilities in terms of infrastructure and equipment in all the departments through in house funds and sponsored research projects
  • Focus towards quality research publications
    • Initiating the process of consultancy services and Exploring the possibilities for Consultancy projects

STP9: Global MoU’s

  • Collaborations with globally reputed international universities and research organisations towards faculty, student exchange, research and development, Student training, certification courses

STP10: Industry collaboration

  • Collaborations with reputed industries for student internships, setting up CoE’s to provide hands-on training on the latest technologies to students and faculty, for innovative projects and expert lectures.

STP11: Placement, Entrepreneurship and Incubation Facilities

  • Autonomy to placement and Training department
  • Setting up state of the art Placement and Training facilities for placement activities
  • Enhancing training facilities
  • Enhancing placements through identification of more companies for the recruitment process
  • Setting up industry-institute interaction cell, career guidance cell and conducting related activities
  • Encouraging incubation of innovative projects ideas
  • Financial support to innovative projects

STP12: Alumni Network

  • Strengthening the Alumni network by Database updating and also starting new chapters in different locations
  • Involving alumni to mentor the innovative projects and also for interaction with students and faculty in the campus.

STP13: Extracurricular, co-curricular activities

  • Setting up the cultural club with various forums to nurture the student talents
  • Enhancing indoor sports facilities
  • Setting up separate state of the art gym facilities for boys and girls
  • Conducting state-level sports tournaments, cultural, technical and management fests

STP14: Outreach / Extension Activities:

  • Conducting awareness camps, village development activities.

STP1. Uplift the status of Institution

  • Addition of new UG /PG programs in emerging technologies depending on availability of resources and industry demand
  • NBA accreditation to eligible UG programs and NAAC accreditation.

STP2. Good Governance

  • Transparency in Leadership & appointment of Key positions
  • Introduction of Quality enhancement measures in academic processes
  • Implementation of Institutional strategic plans
  • Effective grievance redressal mechanism

STP3: Leadership Development

  • Growth Retention measures through career advancement.

STP4: Enhancing the Physical Infrastructure

  • Enhancing the green measures like reduced energy waste, e-waste, solid waste and maintaining the green campus
  • Strengthening campus network facilities.
  • Setting up state of the art auditorium, health center, daycare center, additional hostels, academic buildings and related facilities.

STP5: Improvement in Teaching –Learning Resources

  • Effective implementation of outcome-based education
  • To have 20-25 % of faculty with Ph.D. qualification from premier institutes with outstanding research/ competency/ industry expertise.
  • Meticulous implementation of Faculty performance appraisal system to sustain quality in teaching-learning.
  • Facilities for faculty towards implementation of viz. FDPs / courses and faculty exchange program with premier institutes for knowledge upgradation
  • Modernization of laboratories through grants from statutory bodies /grant agencies
  • Adopting e-learning solutions
  • Organizing more seminars, expert talks through professional bodies, international conferences and events in cutting edge technologies.
  • Mentoring towards career, higher education and entrepreneurial aspects

STP6: Faculty Retention Measures

  • Career advancement schemes and incentives to deserving faculty
  • Support faculty to register for Ph.D. in premier institutes.
  • Sponsorship/ Deputation, sabbaticals for higher education, industry exposure & Exchange programmes in premier national and international institutes
  • financial support towards professional body membership
  • staff welfare measures

STP7:  Research and Development, Consultancy

  • Enhancing the research facilities in terms of infrastructure and equipment in all the departments through in house funds and sponsored research projects
  • Encouraging multidisciplinary research.
  • Increasing the number of quality research publications
  • Applying for patents
  • Enhancing Consultancy projects

STP8: Global MoU’s

  • Increasing the number of collaborations with globally reputed international universities and research organisations towards faculty, student exchange, research and development, partnership programs, Student training, certification courses and to learn best practices for holistic learning experiences.

STP9: Industry collaboration

  • Increase the collaborations with reputed industries for student internships, setting up CoE’s to provide hands-on training on the latest technologies to students and faculty, for innovative projects and expert lectures.
  • To offer more diversified industry-certified courses

STP10: Placement, Entrepreneurship and Incubation Facilities

  • Strengthening placements through identification of more industry recruiters
  • Strengthening industry-institute interaction cell activities
  • Setting up innovation and incubation centers through funds from government statutory bodies and funding agencies
  • Organizing ideathons, hackathons and Business plan events.
  • Encouraging towards start-up companies on the campus
  • Increasing the number of innovative projects ideas towards incubation

STP11: Alumni Network

  • Strengthening the Alumni network by Database updating
  • Improving the role of alumni in quality enhancement in academic processes, placements, mentoring the innovative projects and increasing the alumni interaction with students and faculty on the campus.

STP12: Extracurricular, Co-curricular activities

  • Introducing regular wellness programs for holistic development
  • Student welfare schemes

STP13: Outreach / Extension Activities

  • Enhancing the outreach programs
  • Adoption of villages under Unnath Bharath Abhiyan

The strategic plans are implemented through action plans with key measurables of success.   The progress shall be measured by IQAC, from time to time through stringent evaluation standards to sustain quality. Any deviations to be handled with timely corrections.  The Head of the institution along with the leadership team is the custodian for implementation and its success.

The development of strategic plans is the outcome of the commitment of the Management, leadership team, faculty and collective input from all the stakeholders. Implementation of the strategic plans with progressive success holds the key aspect and speaks the quality of the institution.  The management, dedicated leadership team of the institution along with faculty is committed to implement the Strategic plans effectively with the involvement of stakeholders to move in the right direction of growth in the next decade.

Strategic Plan Deployment Report

Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE) having a vision to attain excellence in education developed the short-term plans for the period of 2012-2016, to guide and drive the work of the Institute for the next 4 years. The support of the passionate management, commitment and willingness of the leadership team of the institute, inputs from the stakeholders, academic and industrial experts, regular review of the progress by the Chairman of the institute has enabled the accomplishment of most of the set targets with marked success.

In this deployment report, the most significant accomplishments during the period 2012-2016 are presented.

 

Good Governance and Status of the Institution:

The vision, mission and core values of the institute are revised recognising the socio-economic needs of the society and increasing complex technological needs with foresight to provide globally competitive quality education to empower the future Professionals to contribute their best to the society through innovative technological solutions.

PG programs in emerging domains under Mechatronics, Computer science  and Electronics and Communication Engineering are introduced during 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15. IQAC, various institute level committees, Program assessment committees and Department advisory boards have enhanced quality in academic and administrative processes. The e-governance policy has been formulated and partial campus management system procured through local vendors in the initial years has been upgraded to TCS ION during 2015-2016. The facilities, resources and documents required for the I cycle of NBA accreditation have been accomplished by ME and CS departments. The recommendations and suggestions of Governing council members towards the upgradation of institute’s systems and processes are instrumental in the progress of the institution

 

Financial Management:

The Institute has developed well-organized mechanism for financial management viz, department-wise budget proposal submission at the beginning of academic year, entrustment of financial power by the management to the principal and HoDs and internal/ external audit which has enabled effective utilisation of funds for expansion activities.

 

Physical Infrastructure:

State of the art PG academic building, additional hostels for boys and girls with necessary amenities, multicuisine food court, synthetic courts for basketball, shuttle badminton and tennis have been established. Wi-Fi signal strength of the entire campus has been upgraded with 8 access points. Regular landscaping, setting up of STP’s for recycling of liquid waste and installation of solar water heaters in the hostels are the green measures adopted in the campus.

 

Teaching –Learning Resources, Faculty Retention Measures: 

Institute has meticulously implemented Outcome-based education and has disseminated the OBE elements to the stakeholders. e-learning resources have been established to promote self-learning in students. Laboratory facilities are upgraded on a need basis with quality equipment and instruments to provide hands-on training to the students.  Research culture amongst the students is encouraged by providing additional support to present papers in the conferences, national / industry level competitions. Seminars, expert talks through professional bodies, international conferences and events in cutting edge technologies are regularly conducted to improve the knowledge and technical skills of the students and the faculty.

            Institute is in pursuit of identifying the faculty with Ph.D. qualification from premier institutes with outstanding research competency. The encouraging support by the management has motivated more than 20% of faculty to register for doctoral studies and one faculty has been sponsored to pursue research with full pay. Several faculty have been sponsored to attend the FDPs to update their knowledge in the latest technologies and new techniques of pedagogy. To sustain quality in teaching-learning, a faculty performance appraisal system was introduced.

Continual efforts of the institute towards providing the best of the teaching-learning resources has resulted in achieving incredible milestones with excellent results with student securing  First rank with four gold medals in the 2013  MBA Examinations conducted by VTU, First 3 top ranks under M. Tech Mechatronics Engineering in 2014 University examination, 5 ranks in 2015 B.E. and M.Tech examination of VTU with 9th rank in B.E (CS), 7th Rank in B.E(Aeronautical Engineering) and first 3 top ranks in  M.Tech Mechatronics Engineering.

 

Research and Development, Consultancy:

            The institute has 6 VTU recognised research centres with 10 qualified competent research guides guiding 21 research scholars in different arenas of science and Engineering. Many initiatives for enhancing research activities have been undertaken during the period of last 4 years witnessing many research-oriented programs, invited talks by eminent scientist, two days National Conference organized by Department of Civil Engineering and workshops in collaboration with VTU.

The promising and motivating research promotion schemes introduced by the management has resulted in the publication of 28 research articles in Scopus and other indexed National/International journals and good number of international conference publications, 3 ongoing funded projects and a good number of research proposals submitted to various Research funding agencies.

Through the financial support of the management, Principal and the faculty from various departments have attended the International Conferences at prestigious foreign universities and presented their research findings.

The processes related to setting up consultancy services cell has been initiated and exploring the prospective industries towards consultancy projects is being done.

 

Global MoU’s, Industry collaboration:

Institute is in continuous perseverance towards Industry linkages to bridge the education-employability gap effectively. MoU is signed with SIEMENS PLM Software in 2014 under which Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Digital Design, Validation and Digital Manufacturing has been established in the campus in 2015 and industry-oriented certification courses are being offered to the students. MoA with Binghamton University, USA has been established in 2016. MoU with ITE- West Singapore has sustained with Students from ITE-West Singapore undergoing 2 weeks training on one credit course. MoU with MDIS, Singapore is facilitating the visit of one faculty to the campus to teach one subject for MBA students every year.

 

Placement, Entrepreneurship and Incubation Facilities:

Autonomy has been granted to Placement and Training (P&T) department with the appointment of key position- dean (P&T). The rigorous training by career guidance cell and P& T department to enhance the capabilities of the students is reflected in the placement statistics with an increased number of reputed industries visiting the campus and increase in the placements every year in graduate and postgraduate levels.

            There is continuous progress in student innovative projects getting selected for sponsorship by KSCST. “All-Terrain Vehicle” designed by Mechanical engineering students has won ‘Most Popular Car ‘award by SAE Baja India competition 2016 and Student Project “Triplet Lifi” has won All India Third Prize in UNISYS All India Project Competition Cloud 20/20 in 2016.

Institution in its efforts to empower the professionals towards self-employment has initiated several activities through Industry – Institute Interaction cell towards entrepreneurial development.

 

Alumni Network:

Institute is strengthening the Alumni network by updating the alumni data base and opening of Bangalore Alumni Chapter. Alumni are involved in the institutional activities and institute level committees as expert members and also engaged through several interactive sessions with current students and faculty.

 

Extracurricular, Co-Curricular, Extension activities:

To nurture the talents of the young minds cultural club with 8 forums has been started. The ECO club, CSR club, HR club, Youth Red cross unit, NSS has organized several socio-economic, awareness and outreach activities for the benefit of the society.

The signature event –  State level Cultural, Technical and Management fest “Sentia “, being escalated to the next level with every editions,  in terms of number of participants, participating colleges,  number of events, prize amount, and mind-boggling grand finale –AWARD NITE with Bollywood star singers performance,  Organising the first edition of TEDx in 2016 witnessing a galaxy of 10 global speakers sharing their thoughts and experiences,  Google Student Ambassador programs conducted within and outside the campus have set the benchmark,  enhancing the brand value of the institution.

 

Institute’s commitment to the environment and sustainability has been recognized by Pollution Control Board, Govt. of Karnataka, bestowing the award “Best Engineering college undertaking green initiatives.” in 2016.

 

Overall review of the past four years reveals that some strategies need dedicated focus in order to be completed to the level originally envisioned and some require continual efforts to be sustained. This report helps to shape the plans for the years ahead as we continue to align our recommendations and resources in a way that best addresses the needs and interests of all the stakeholders.

Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE)  in pursuit of achieving academic excellence aligns recommendations and resources in a way that best addresses the needs and interests of all the stakeholders. Accomplishing most of the set targets of 2012-2016 strategic plans, a number of additional short-term plans are developed for the period 2016-2020 as we look towards the next level of excellence. The commitment of the leadership team along with the inputs from stakeholders and strong support from the management has enabled the institute to accomplish most of the set goals and achieve incredible milestones which are presented in this report.

Good Governance and Status of  the Institution :

In alignment with AICTE objectives to introduce courses in emerging technologies, UG Program on  Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning have been introduced in the year 2020-21.

            4 Engineering departments are accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). with Mechanical and Computer science Engineering departments accredited under  I cycle in 2017 for three years are reaccredited in  2020 under the second cycle for the next three years.  The Aeronautical and Civil Engineering departments are accredited under the I cycle of NBA in the year 2019 for the period of 3 years. Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has successfully completed the preliminary work of NBA accreditation and has submitted the self-study report to NBA in 2020 January and awaiting the visit of the inspection team. Department of Mechatronics Engineering is in the process of submission of self-study report to the NBA. Department of Civil Engineering is recognized as a research center under VTU in 2016-17.

The entire administrative and academic procedures are upgraded and currently managed through ERP Management System named DHI developed by Herizen Technologies Pvt. Ltd Bangalore which incorporates admission, academic progress, mentoring and grievance redressal, Placement process, Hostel, transport management, accounting and faculty attendance record by integrating to biometric system ensuring transparent governance.

 

 Physical Infrastructure:

State of the art Auditorium with a seating capacity of 400, MITE Alumni Innovation Centre, Incubation Centre, Health centre, Day care Centre, Separate Gym facilities for boys and girls with quality equipment have been established. Currently the campus is connected with 500 Mbps bandwidth with 29 access points for Wi-Fi. Set up of processes to reduce energy waste, noise pollution, effective management of e-waste, solid and liquid waste, zero plastic usage, reduced carbon use and energy audit process, landscaping and cultivation of vegetables and fruits are the additional green measures upkeeping the clean and green environment of the campus.

 

Teaching –Learning Resources:

The Mechanical Engineering department has received a grant from AICTE under MODROBS in 2018 and the Aeronautical department in the year 2020 towards the refurbishment of laboratories. Aeronautical student club has received a grant under AICTE Scheme for Promoting Interests, Creativity, and Ethics among Students (SPICES) in 2020.

All-inclusive efforts of the institute towards wholesome development of the students have continued to bring laurels in terms of excellent results securing 4 University ranks in 2018 BE examination with 2nd rank and  8th Rank in B.E Mechatronics Engineering, 2nd Rank and 10th Rank in  Aeronautical Engineering, 7 ranks in 2019 BE examinations with 1st Rank in Mechanical Engineering with 11 gold medals and award for highest marks amongst all the branches, 2nd Rank,   3rd Rank and 8th Rank in Mechatronics,  4th Rank in Civil Engineering, 2nd Rank and 10th rank in Aeronautical Engineering, 6 Ranks in 2020 BE examination with 1st Rank with gold medal,   2nd Rank and 6th Rank in Mechatronics Engineering,  4th Rank in Aeronautical Engineering, 8th Rank in Information Sc & Engineering, and 9th Rank in Mechanical Engineering.

 

Research and Development, Consultancy:

Institute currently has 7 research centres with 18 research guides guiding 44 research scholars in various domains of science and technology. Promising research schemes introduced in the institution has resulted in  224 journal publications and 94 publications in  National and International  Conference proceedings including book chapters, during last 4 years. There are 5 ongoing funded projects worth more than 2 crores and several research proposals have been submitted to various grant agencies and statutory bodies. Institute has conducted 4 International Conferences in emerging technologies during  2017 – 2020 with distinguished scientists from the National University Singapore, Caledonian College of Engineering, Muscat, Binghamton University, and Kumamoto University Japan as session speakers.      Through the financial support of the management, Principal and the faculty from various departments have attended the International Conferences at prestigious foreign universities and presented their research findings.

Consultancy Services cell MITECONS has been established and Consultancy Services Policy has been formulated. Department of Civil Engineering has taken up the consultancy projects.

 

Global MoU’s , Industry Collaboration:

Institute has established new collaborations with globally reputed industries to provide technical trainings, internships and certification courses to students. MoU with   Carl Zeiss in 2017 for skill development in ‘Industrial metrology’, KPIT – Program for Academic Collaboration and Engagement, in the year 2018 for practical training on   Automotive, electronics design and development, MoU with UiPath in the year 2019 under Academic Alliance Program offers courses on Robotic Process Automation and skill development in the domain of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, MoU with Silver Peak Global in 2020 for the establishment of CoE for Japanese language and Culture, provides opportunities for students to get placed in various dream companies at Japan.

MoA with Binghamton University, New York is facilitating Certification Program on ‘Lean Six Sigma – Yellow & Green Belt’ and Data Analytics & Data Mining’ and One student from the institute is working as a research scholar at Binghamton University. Under Faculty exchange program, faculty from Department of Physics and 2 faculties from Department of Information Science have visited the university for Research and training programs

            MoU with Kumamoto University, Japan in 2019 facilitates academic exchange program and collaborative research.  

 

Placement, Entrepreneurship and Incubation Facilities :

The untiring efforts of the career guidance cell and P& T department have resulted in 150+ companies visiting the campus with more than 500  job offers every year. There is an increase in the number of students qualifying for the competitive examinations for higher studies in foreign universities.

The endeavors of MITE towards Entrepreneurial development and Incubation got the lift with the grant worth of INR. 1.2 crores from the state Government of Karnataka and  INR 62.3 lakhs from the Government of India. 20 ideas have been incubated in the Incubation center and 5 companies are working on the campus.

            MITE Foundation for Innovation Research and Start-ups through Technology (MITE-FIRST)  established under the aegis of the Rajalaxmi Education Trust Mangalore in 2020  further fuels the innovation ecosystem on campus with funding for innovative ideas.

IPR cell constituted in the institute has conducted several experts talks, workshops and webinars , seminars on IPR  to foster awareness on IPR amongst students and faculties. During last 4 years , 2 patents are granted out of 3 filed.

During the last four years, MITE has set  new benchmark every year with student innovative projects getting  awards in various reputed national / industry level competitions viz. ,

  • Platinum Award at the Prestigious Annual National Design and Innovation Contest KPIT Sparkle 2017
  • All India Second Prize in the Annual 9th Edition of UNISYS All India Project Competition Cloud 20/20   
  • Third position in Design in FMAE Formula Student 2017
  • 2nd place in “HOVERPOD
  • BEST DESIGN award in the All India Design and Development of Eco-friendly car Competition – Eco-Kart, 2017 & 2018
  • My Glory, My Ride’ Award at ISVC 2018, “Appreciation Award” by ISIE  in Indian Kart racing – 2018
  • National Champions” at ISIE formula hybrid vehicle Championship – 2019
  • Third Prize in the Annual 10th Edition of UNISYS All India Project Competition Cloud 20/20 – 2019
  • State Best project of the year 2018, 2019 award by KSCST
  • Future Award” by ISIE-India in Indian karting race -2020
  • 6th & 9th prize in Anveshanastate-level project competition- 2020
  • First prize in VTU TEQIP  State Level Project Competition – Avishkar 2020
  • 78 innovative projects in the last 4 years have been sponsored by  KSCST and 4 projects won the State Best Project  Award of the year  2020.

 

Alumni Network :

It is heartening to note that our 21  alumni are entrepreneurs and four alumni have set up the company on the campus providing training and internships and many are contributing towards placements and institution activities.

 

Extracurricular , Co-Curricular, Extension  activities:

Legacy of the institute in conducting State Level Cultural, Technical and Management fest “Sentia” continues and it is the most awaited event for the participants of Coastal Karnataka giving a brand name to the Institution. Institute hosted the second edition of the internationally acclaimed event TEDx MITE in 2019, witnessing global speakers with diversity in ideas and exhilarating performances.

For holistic development of the students, regular Yoga and Wellness programs are conducted by International Corporate Wellness Trainer.

Different clubs of the institute, NSS, Red cross Unit have conducted several programs towards the well-being of the society. Under Unnath Bharath Abhiyan, Institute has adopted 5 neighboring villages with a commitment towards the refurbishment of schools,  setting up necessary facilities and bring awareness on health, hygiene and several social issues in the rural areas.

The institute is bestowed with several accolades for the outstanding performance during the period 2016-2020 :

‘Best Performing College of the Year 2020’ at the 43rd series of the Student Project Program of Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST). Top Performing Institution in the first UiPath Academic challenge 2019, All India 3rd Position in GUVI’s RPA SKILL-A-THON conducted by UiPath -2020 and MITE is placed in the highest PLATINUM category in AICTE-CII survey of Industry linked technical institutes 2020 for overall industry linkages.

Accomplishing most of the set goals we have developed the strategic plans for the years ahead to become a dynamic, demand-driven, quality conscious and efficient institution.

Strategic Plan (2020- 2028)

Mangalore Institute of Technology & Engineering started with a vision of imparting globally competitive quality education is setting a new benchmark every year with incredible milestones, has earned a brand name and positions itself as most admired and preferred Engineering institution in Coastal  Karnataka. Having achieved most of the set targets with marked success  Strategic Plans for the next phase with a specific focus on achieving Short term and Long term plans has been developed to attain next level of excellence.

Recognizing the Vision, Mission and core values of the institute,  analysing current and expected future scenarios with SWOC analysis of the institution and meticulous review of the accomplishments of strategic plans of previous phase,  the Short Term Plans  (2020-2024)   and Long Term Plans (2020-2028) are developed through the inputs from all the stakeholders. The final draft is presented to Governing council for detailed review and discussion, the suggestions are incorporated towards its effective implementation.

LTP1: To create resources/facilities to  attain the status of degree-awarding institution under National Education Policy 2020

LTP2: To create Centres of Excellence by utilizing the resources and expertise in each domain.

STP1. Uplift the  status of Institution

  • Explore the possibility of addition of new UG /PG programs in emerging technologies depending on availability of resources and industry demand
  • NBA accreditation to all the UG programs
  • NAAC accreditation with highest grade to work towards attaining the autonomous status to the institution.
  • Institution to be featured within the rank of 150 under NIRF ranking

STP2. Good Governance

  • Nominating Industry experts in the  Governing council for guidance towards  enhancing industry institute
  • Strengthening e-governance by complete automation of all academic/administrative processes to maintain transparency
  • Enhance the quality of academic processes through strict measures through IQAC, educating and training all the staff and rigorous quality audit to check compliance, remedial measures, rewards and recognitions towards continual improvement.
  • Effective implementation of strategic plans through the constitution of implementation and audit committees
  • Revision of Service rules and policies formulation, approval & implementation

STP3: Leadership Development

  • Assessment of existing leaders potential through expert committee, identifying the gaps and restructuring the system.
  • Rotation of key positions to develop leadership and enhance leadership competencies through external training programs
  • Growth Retention measures through career advancement.

 

STP4: Enhancing  the Physical Infrastructure

  • Enhancing the green measures like zero plastic usage, carbon-free campus, energy harvesting and management
  • Strengthening campus network facilities.
  • Augment library resources to meet the growing needs in academia and research.
  • To develop indoor stadium and staff quarters facility

STP5: Improvement in Teaching –Learning Resources

  • To have 50% of faculty with PhD qualification from premier institutes with outstanding research/ competency/ industry expertise.
  • Meticulous implementation of Faculty performance appraisal system to sustain quality  in teaching- learning.
  • Facilities for faculty towards implementation of pedagogical innovations: OBE, active learning, alternate assessment tools, blended learning through training / FDPs / courses and faculty exchange program with premier institutes
  • Modernisation of laboratories through grants from statutory bodies /funding agencies
  • Adopting e- learning solutions, interactive sessions , blended learning to maximise student learning
  • Organising more number of seminars, expert talks through professional bodies, international conferences and events in cutting edge technologies.
  • Enhancing the mentoring and training facilities towards higher education.
  • Conducting training need Analysis for faculty every year.

 

STP6: Faculty Retention Measures  

  • Career advancement schemes and incentives to deserving faculty
  • Support faculty to register for PhD in premier institutes.
  • Sponsorship/ Deputation, sabbaticals for higher education, industry exposure & Exchange programmes in premier national and international institutes
  • Introduction of Rewards and recognitions

 

STP7:  Research and Development, Consultancy

  • Enhancing the research facilities in terms of infrastructure and equipment in all the departments through in house funds and sponsored research projects
  • Encouraging multidisciplinary and interdepartmental research.
  • Increasing the number  of  quality research publications
  • Applying for more patents and exploring the possibility of patent commercialization
  • Fostering Industry-sponsored R&D projects
    •  Enhancing  Consultancy projects through  enhanced networking with desired corporates and establishing consultancy cell

 

STP8: Global MoU’s

  • Increasing the number of collaborations with globally reputed international universities and research organizations towards faculty, student exchange, research and development, partnership programs, Student training, certification courses and to learn best practices for holistic learning experiences.

STP9: Enhancing Industry collaboration

  • Increase the collaborations with reputed industries for student internships, setting up CoE’s to provide hands-on training on latest technologies to students and faculty, for innovative projects and expert lectures.
  • Setting up laboratories to pursue research with reputed industry collaboration
  • Providing live industry projects to create experiential learning opportunities for students
  • To offer more diversified industry-certified courses
  • To provide sabbaticals for deserved faculty for industry exposure

 

STP10: Placement, Entrepreneurship and Incubation Facilities  

  • Strengthening placements through identification of branch wise preferred industries
  • Strengthening industry institute interaction cell activities
  • Organising more number of ideathons, hackathons and Business plan events.
  • Encouraging for more start-up companies in the campus
  • Increasing the number of innovative projects ideas towards incubation
  • Facilitate more industry mentors to handhold the students with innovative ideas
  • Increasing the seed fund to develop prototype by identifying angel investors

STP11: Alumni Network

  • Strengthening the Alumni network by  Database updating and interactive alumni website
  • improving the role of alumni in quality enhancement in academic processes, placements, to mentor innovative projects and to increase the alumni interaction with students and faculty on the campus.

 

STP12: Outreach / Extension Activities :

  • Enhancing the outreach programs

Studying the  rural projects and its  challenges in execution and provide support to the execution of projects using in-house resources and skills

The strategic plans are implemented through action plans with key measurables of success.   The progress shall be measured by IQAC, from time to time through stringent evaluation standards to sustain quality. Any deviations to be handled with timely corrections.  Head of the institution along with the leadership team is the custodian for implementation and its success.

Development of strategic plans is the outcome of the commitment of the Management, leadership team, faculty and collective input from all the stakeholders. Implementation of the strategic plans with progressive success holds the key aspect and speaks the quality of the institution.  The management, dedicated leadership team of the institution along with faculty is committed to implement the Strategic plans effectively with the involvement of stakeholders to move in the right direction of growth in the next decade.