SNJB's Late Sau. Kantabai Bhavarlalji Jain COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Accredited With A Grade By NAAC Accredited by NBA (Comp and Mech Engg) Permanently Affiliated to SPPU

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Criterion I - Curricular Aspects

Key Indicator - 1.1 Curriculum Design and Development
1.1.1

Curricula developed and implemented have relevance to the local, national, regional and global developmental needs which is reflected in Programme outcomes (POs), Programme Specific outcomes (PSOs) and Course Outcomes (COs) of the Programmes offered by the Institution

The Institute has the systematic procedure for development, revision and implementation of curriculum of all the departments. The Primary objective of the institute is to create Techno-Managerial power for the global needs. The curriculum is designed carefully by addressing the recent technologies and the opportunities existing in regional and global level with all necessary fundamentals.

Factors for Curriculum Design:

The Curriculum is designed to ensure that the students have the required domain knowledge, skills and attitude. The factors considered for design of curriculum are: (i) Syllabus of various reputed Indian and International Universities (ii) Model curriculum prescribed by AICTE, (iii) The Program Specific Outcomes of professional bodies, (iv) Suggestions by industry experts and alumni, (v) Syllabi of various competitive exams like GATE, IES, etc,

Implementation of Outcome Based Education (OBE) in the Curriculum:

  • The initial phase for ensuring academic quality is the design of the curriculum, in particular, the types of courses, the number of electives, and the curricular structure, with complete details of the course title and course contents as per the regulations.
  • The next phase, the Course Outcomes (COs) for every course is mapped with the Program Outcomes (POs) of NBA and the Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of the program.
  • An effective implementation of this Outcomes Based Education (OBE) ensures that our graduating engineers have all the 12 POs defined by NBA, and hence can compete on a global platform, and have expected global attributes. Specific to every program, we have 3-5 Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) that are measured through the performance of the alumni.

The Institute keenly observes the attainments of PEO, PO and PSO for the respective programs which intern relates to Vision and Mission of the institution and Department as well.

Process for Curriculum Design:

The initial version of the curriculum is prepared by having the above design criteria, through discussions with stakeholders. The proposed curriculum is then discussed in DAB (Department Advisory Board) and is put forth to BOS (Board of Studies) where the experts from industry, academia, Alumni in addition to senior faculty members. The curriculum is then placed for approval during the Academic Council (AC). Curriculum is finally evolved and published in RAJCAMS (RVR&JC Academic Management System).

The academic autonomy of the Institution provides the opportunity to frequently revise the curriculum based on needs and suggestions from various stake holders. In last five years the syllabus of UG programmes was revised in 2016 and 2018 and for PG in 2017. Since the institution is situated in the rural area, revision of the curriculum focuses mainly on introducing new courses with multiple facets for improving the soft skills, general aptitude and technical aptitude.

The students are made mandatory to upgrade their knowledge by undergoing MOOCS courses through NPTEL. Further the Internship made compulsory for all the students and as a result the student can upgrade the knowledge base in diversified fields. In addition to the curriculum, student's skills are upgraded by conducting various value added courses and become industry ready.

Additional Information


1.1.2

Percentage of Programmes where syllabus revision was carried out during the last five years

Response: 100

1.1.2.1 How many programs were revised out of total number of programs offered during the last five years?

Response: 15

1.1.2.2 Number of all programs offered by the institution during the last five years

Response: 15

Minutes of Relevant Academic Council

Minutes of Relevant BOS Meetings

Details of Program Syllabus Revision in Last 5 Years


Programme name Name of the Department Year of Introduction If revision has been carried out in the syllabus during last 5 years Year of revision Percentage of Syllabus content added or replaced Link of the relevant document
B.Tech-ChE Chemcial Engineering 1996 yes R16 & R18 28.26%, 15.7%

1.1.3 ME

B.Tech-CE Civil Engineering 1985 yes R16 & R18 25.33%,28.57%

CE

B.Tech-CSE Computer Science and Engineering 1994 yes R16 & R18 25.60%, 21.43%

ChE

B.Tech-EEE Electrical and electronics engineering 1994 yes R16 & R18 13.1%, 75.57%

ChE

B.Tech-ECE Electronics and communication engineering 1985 yes R16 & R18 34%,54%

ChE

B.Tech-IT Information Technology 1998 yes R16 & R18 36.89%,51.5%

ChE

B.Tech-ME Mechanical Engineering 1985 yes R16 & R18 24.39%, 51.25%

ChE

MCA Master of Computer Applications 1995 yes R17 51.74%

ChE

MBA Master of Business Administration 1995 yes R17 55.03%

ChE

M.Tech-CSE MTech(Computer Science and Engineering) 2003 yes R17 22.94%

ChE

M.Tech- CESP
MTech (Communication Engineering and Signal Processing) 2011 yes R17 16%

ChE

M.Tech-MEMD M.Tech (Machine Design) 2013 yes R17 56.87%

ChE

M.Tech-EEPC M.Tech Power Systems Engineering 2004 yes R17 25.75%

ChE

M.Tech - CESE M.Tech (Structural Engineering) 2004 yes R17
29.4%

ChE

M.Tech - IT Computer Science and Technology 2013 yes R17 71.25%

ChE

 


1.1.3

Average percentage of courses having focus on employability/entrepreneurship/ skill development offered by the institution during the last five years

Response: 100

1.1.3.1 Number of courses having focus on employability/ entrepreneurship/ skill development year-wise during the last five years


1.1.4

What is the PSO?


2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15
839 845 814 791 783

Key Indicator - 1.2 Academic Flexibility
1.2.1

Percentage of new courses introduced of the total number of courses across all programs offered during the last five years

Response: 30.93

1.2.1.1 How many new courses are introduced within the last five years?

Response: 474

1.2.1.2 Number of courses offered by the institution across all programs during the last five years

Response: 1532

Dummy File


Key Indicator - 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
Key Indicator - 1.4 Feedback System