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Institutional Vision and Leadership

Institutional Vision and Leadership

VISION

To Equip the students with Technical knowledge, skill and ability, to inculcate in them right attitude and holistic values, to motivate them to think creatively, act independently and take decisions accordingly in all their scientific pursuits and other endeavors as well, to develop a system of meaningful interaction with industry.

MISSION

To see that the students and staff are equipped and empowered to contribute in the Nation building process and development of the Society. To become a portal of learning, research, entrepreneurial development in Engineering Sciences.

The College has an organized administration framework to be specific the Governing council and various Committees. The Administration is dealt with successfully with the assistance of PCs, fax, email and so forth. It has productive inner coordination and monitoring system. The governance has joint efforts in the internal operations of institutions, and certain decisions are made by different groups according to the group’s responsibilities. The distribution of governance entitled as follows,

  • Governing Council

Comprises the chairman cum correspondent with the members of which the Principal is one of the key members. Improvement starts with authority that has a reasonable vision of the coveted results and the potential approach pathways for accomplishment. Open doors for personnel and trustee benefit on key councils and work gatherings; frequent correspondence, particularly by the chairman; more noteworthy straightforwardness in basic leadership and clearness about separate duties of staff, managers, and the representing board; present and available administration polices; and presidential authority in encouraging shared institutional administration.

Trustees are added to the board who have experience in higher education, including faculty and presentations at board meetings. Any endeavors to improve the interaction between faculty-board are custom-made to the specific history and culture of the institution.

Governance of colleges and universities depends upon the appropriate participation of faculty, administrators, and governing boards; Chairman, board of members, and administration officers were questioned by telephone and in person regarding what was and was not working on the campus, including:

  • Factors related to successful collaboration and patterns of problems;
  • Successful models and best practices;
  • Involvement of the faculty and its leaders; and
  • Recommendations for improving institutional governance and leadership.

The experiences picked up from these inquiries educated the studying of the Chairman, members of the board, and administrative officer of the institution figure out how staff and board members are working together with institutional administration.

Perspective   plan

Educational:

Faculty advancement to take into account developing patterns and requests in training particularly in pedagogy.

Expand on research abilities of staff and initiate the spirit of research amongst students

Create proficient morals among the students

Advance human esteems and sharpen students to these esteem

Administrative

Digitize the whole arrangement of the administration.

Build on the college development plan for every year over all departments

Institute an academic audit process for quality sustenance

Strong focus on gender equity and in house build gender sensitization programmes for students

Infrastructural

Paper free campus

Pollution Nil campus

Green campus

Renewable energy model campus

The participation of the faculties in the decision making bodies of the college is apparent by the members of the various committees.

  • Governing Council

Sl. No.

Name

Position

Educational Qualification

Present Designation /Occupation

Telephone numbers

E-mail

Residential Address

1

Rt. Rev. Timothy Ravinder

Chairman

B.Sc., B.D., Z.D.

Bishop in Coimbatore

0422-2223605

csi.cdc@rediffmail.com

256, Racecourse,
Coimbatore –641 018

2

Mr. S. David Mangaladoss

Members

B. A-English

Hon. Treasurer

0422-2223605

csi.cdc@rediffmail.com

256, Racecourse,
Coimbatore –641 018

3

Rev. A. Victor Premkumar

 

Nilgiri Area Chairman

0422-2223605

csi.cdc@rediffmail.com

256, Racecourse,
Coimbatore –641 018

4

Rev. K.C. Richard Durai

B.A.,B.D.,

Vice president

0422-2223605

csi.cdc@rediffmail.com

256, Racecourse,
Coimbatore –641 018

5

Rev. J.Paul Selwyn Prabudass

 

Hon. Secretary

0422-2223605

csi.cdc@rediffmail.com

256, Racecourse,
Coimbatore –641 018

6

Dr.T.John Oral Bhaskar

B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D.,

Principal

0423-2517474

principal@csice.edu.in

CSI College of Engg,Ketti The Nilgiris 643215

 Planning and monitoring board

Sl. No.

Name

Position (Chairman/Member)

Category

Educational Qualification

Present Designation/Occupation

Telephone numbers

E-mail

Residential address

1

Dr.T.John Oral Bhaskar

Chairman

Principal

B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D.,

Principal

0423 - 2517474

 principal@csice.edu.in

CSI College of Engg,Ketti The Nilgiris 643215

2

Dr.Stalin alex

Member

Senior faculty member of the college

MSc.,M.Tech.,Ph.D

Assistant Professor

9655134861

stalinalexphd@gmail.com

10/363,Annai indra nagar,near to  kannikaraj nagar

3

Prof.Shankar

Member

Senior faculty member of the college

B.E.,M.E

Assistant Professor

9677364588

patelsankar@yahoo.co.in

Kundah bridge(p.o),(t.k),The nilgiris643,219

4

Dr.T.V.Christy

Member

Senior faculty member from University/other college

A.M.I.E.,M.E.,Ph.D

Director ,Mechanical Engg Sciences ,Karunya University

94878 46614

director_ms@karunya.edu

Karunya nagar, coimbatore – 641 114

5

Mr.Devagnanam

Member

Industrial expert in the field of engineering and technology

B.E

Managing Director ,Needle Industries

 (0) 423 - 2442491, 2442492

needles@ponyneedles.com

Ketti post office The Nilgiris,  643215

6

Mr.Manokaran

Member

Industrial expert in the field of engineering and technology

M.Sc

Factory Manager

0423-2253044

apisales@sterbio.com

Sandynallah (P.O)            The Nilgiris  - 643037

7

Mr.B.Karthick

Member

Civil Engineer

B.E.,M.E.,

Consultant Certified Engineer

9443101860

bkarthiooty14@gmail.com

 

45c,Behind Alangar Theatre,Opp. Hotel Khems

 

 Anti- Ragging Committee

Sl. No.

Name

Position (Chairman/

Member)

Category

Present Designation/

Occupation

Telephone numbers

E-mail

Residential Address

1

Dr.T.John Oral Bhaskar

Chairman

Principal

Principal

0423 - 2517474

 principal@csice.edu.in

CSI College of Engg,Ketti The Nilgiris 643215

2

Mr.Hariharan

Member

Police Inspector 

Police Inspector 

0423-257558

Not available

Ketti police Station,Ullada,The Nilgiris

3

Mrs.Rajammal

Member

Revenue / Taluk / Civil / Officers

Revenue / Taluk Officers

0423-2517238

Not available

Coonoor thaluk

The Nilgiris

4

Rev. A.Victor Premkumar

Member

Official of NGO

Area Chairman ,CSI Nilgiri Area

9487069533

Not available

256, Race course,
Coimbatore – 641 018

5

 

Member

Representatives of parents

Business

9380677116

Not available

Parasuram StreetCoonoor

7

Mr.Paul Fredrick johman

Member

Representatives of Students category

Student

9500612305

Freddyjoe48@gmail.com

CSI College of Engg,Ketti The Nilgiris 643215

8

M. Enoch

Member

Representatives Non-Teaching

Lab Assistant

9585380810

enoch.micheal@gmail.com

D.No 12/58 pragasapuram,ketti post, the nilgiris

Discipline and Welfare Committee

Sl. No.

Name

Position

Category

Present Designation/Department

Telephone Numbers

E-mail

Residential Address

1

Dr.T.John Oral Bhaskar

Chairman

Principal

Principal

0423 - 2517474

 principal@csice.edu.in

CSI College of Engg,Ketti The Nilgiris 643215

2

Prof.Komathy Vanitha

Member

Head of the Department

Head of the Department ECE

9843902212

komathy@csice.edu.in

Break field road,pudhu nagar west ,kandal ,Ooty 643006

3

Prof.P.Shankar

Member

Head of the Department

Head of the Department EEE

9843195536

patelshankar@csice.edu.in

158,sunil nivas,apple by road,Wellintgton post,coonoor

4

Prof.A.Kennady

Member

Head of the Department

Head of the Department

Physics

9443091953

kennadycsice@gmail.com

31 Summer House Colony,Ooty

5

Dr.Anne Susan Georgena

Member

Warden / Deputy Warden of Girls’ Hostel

Girls Hostel warden

9655011785

annesusan@csice.edu.in

Sate bank colony , Ooty 643001

6

Mrs.Vimmal Priya

Member

Student Counselor (Staff)

Counselor

9566941888

vimalpriya@csice.edu.in

Ketti 643215

 Complaints cum Redressal Committee

Sl. No.

Name

Category

Present Designation/

Department

Telephone numbers

E-mail

Residential Address

1

Mrs.A.Nisha Priya

Senior Lady faculty member

Head of the Department CSE

9943706755

nisha@csice.edu.in

1d, Bettati Toll Gate, Coonoor – Kotagiri Road,Coonoor

2

Dr.Anne susan georgena

Lady faculty member

Assistant professor

9655011785

annesusan@csice.edu.in

State bank colony ,ooty 643001

3

Dr.Chitra Devi

NGO

Doctor

0423-2230881

Not available

Jograj Buildings,Bedford,

Coonoor

4

Prof.Komathy Vanitha

Head of the Department

Head of the Department ECE

9843902212

komathy@csice.edu.in

Breakfield road,pudhunagar west ,kandal ,Ooty 643006

5

Dr.H.B.Thiyagaraj

 

Head of the Department

Head of the DepartmentMathematics

9442348090

hbthiagusagu@gmail.com

 

4/28,Halada.Lovedale Post

 

6

Mr.B.Karthick

Head of the Department

Head of the Department

M.E- Structural Engineering

9443101860

bkarthiooty14@gmail.com

 

45c,Behind Alangar Theatre,Opp. Hotel Khems

 

 

Decentralization and Participative Management

The institution practices decentralization and participative management.

The administration is decentralized to give operational self-rule to the departments/Units. The department relishes autonomy to plan and act. All exercises are disseminated among the distinctive congregation of faculties. The Principal delegate vital powers to conveners of various advisory groups / committees and Head of the Departments to complete different functions with operational self-governance.

Case study: Faculty Advisor Committee

Joining the Institute, a group of students are assigned to one Faculty Advisor and one tutor. The students are relied upon to consult the Faculty Advisor on any issue identifying with their academic performance and the courses they may take in different semesters/summer terms. The Faculty Advisor extends guidance to the students empowering them to finish their courses of concentrate for the required degree in a smooth way. With the introduction of the opportunities for additional academic accomplishments, arranging of the individual` academic excursion needs cautious thought and steady counsel with the Faculty Advisors is imperative. In this manner, the part of the Faculty Advisor is of great significance. The Faculty Advisor is the individual whom the guardians/parents should contact for performance related issues of their ward

IV Year (2016-17) Faculty Advisor               :           Prof.S.Divya

Tutors                                                                        :           Prof.Sivalinga

                                                                                                  Prof.Jincy

Roles of the Faculty advisor

  1. The faculty advisor keeps track of student’s absenteeism, informs the same to the parents and    maintains an official record called Parents Intimation Report (PIR).
  2. The faculty advisor understands the strength and weakness of every ward and supports the students to overcome their weakness by continuous motivation.
  3. The faculty advisor maintains the students data in a congregated form so that from the fundamental details to history of arrears of a student is readily available, such data help the advisor to organize special coaching and necessary support to the student to come up and succeed in life.

Roles of the Tutor

For every small group (typically 10) one tutor is assigned, which make the bond between students and staff in academic matters is strong and healthy.

  1. Tutor is the liaison person between student and faculty advisor, who is always in direct contact with student and support him/her morally.
  2. The tutor ensures the four “rights”

Right Attention                 -           Paying unbiased attention to every student.

Right Balance                   -           By attention the student should not feel that he/she is on   surveillance, so right balance is maintained.

Right Empowerment         -           The process of increasing the confidence, rights and  status of every student.

Right Boundaries              -           The boundary between student and faculty is maintained, so that the students are at a comfortable and Secure zone.

  1. Tutor helps faculty advisor in preparing student related documents and reports for record and correspondence.

The student chose for this case study is Mr. Mushin Mohammed, recently passed out undergraduate student in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Mushin is from malappuram, Kerala. He studied +2 in CBSE kendraya Vidyalaya school in his place and passed with a high score and wanted to be an Engineer of great accolade. He joined the college in the academic year 2010-2011 and completed his first year of Electronics and Communication Engineering with distinction and entered the second year with high expectations to excel in the chosen field. But, during his second year of study he was often unwell due to personal medical reason. At the end of the second year that is the end of the academic year 2011-12, his parents took  him for treatment and thus he left the college with more the ten arrears. He took a long break, the college assumed that he will not come back and his parents were also not properly responding to the follow up made by the department to check his condition and the plans for his studies. Two academic years passed, one fine day a call from his mother to the Department Head confirmed that he is willing to continue his studies.

The College and Department after meticulous discussion on this particular case decided the following,

  1. Mr.Mushin shall stay at hostel, so that total hygiene would be ensured in his stay and food.
  2. Mr.Mushin shall take up special classes so that he could bridge his gap very smoothly and gains confident in his course.
  3. Mr.Mushin was at the liberty to meet the Head of the Department for academic support at any time during the working hours.
  4. Mr.Mushin shall meet his tutor and Faculty advisor for any further assistance and liberty to call over phone to discuss any issue, in connection with academics and personal.

His progress was not as expected in the academic year 2015-16, he loaded his arrears and it was then 20, the questions which really drove the faculty fraternity were,

  • Where the link was broken, why Mr.Mushin was not succeeded in the second attempt he made in his academic after a long gap, though he was a capable candidate.
  • Is he suffering from any health issues, once again?
  • Is he find the gap he took was solid and merging is cumbersome?
  • Are his classmates not treating his equally?

The Faculty advisor committee took the issue very scrupulously and was in action, the measures the committee took were numerous but the key methods are,

  1. Daily conversation with Mr.Mushin and follow up with his parents, so that he could feel that he is under the shelter of a faculty team who are for his betterment.
  2. Special coaching for arrear subjects and right follow up for the same to ensure that he is bold enough to write all the papers without being absent to any one of them.

Meanwhile a new dimension of view for Mr.Mushin life from his parents came that they wanted to take him back to kerala and wanted him to work, that was a quiet not premeditated and unforeseen decision. The College and the department in unison took a letup to decide. Unanimously, the College and the Department decided to convince the parents, just for an improved career for Mr.Mushin. The parents convinced with one great expectation that Mr.Mushin should pass and go out of the College with B.E degree. The Faculty advisor committee with afore mentioned tireless efforts made Mr.Mushin to overcome all the difficulties,in his final semester he cleared all the 22 papers together and got his degree. This proves the fruitful work of the committee and the co operative deeds of Mr.Mushin.

Strategic Plan for Placements

Strategic Plan for Placements

The main objective of Training & Placement Cell of the College is to provide employment opportunities for the students  to place themselves in Leading Organizations. Training of students and equipping them with basic capacities has transformed into a fundamental obligation of the establishment The following are to main  tasks accomplished  in every academic year:

  • System of pattern for August

For the individuals who are battling in Communication Skills :As the best communicators inspire and motivate people, help them to take effective action, and remove obstacles to their understanding.

  • Newspaper reading-to improve language fluency
  • Audio listening and description about the audio-Comprehension based
  • Persuasive writing
  • Audience development
  • Writing letters/ emails/ chat/ Promotion mails

The individuals who are good  in Communication Skills

  • Quiz on general affairs-Helps gather general knowledge required for group discussion – Phase I
  • Quiz on Reasoning Aptitude aptitude-Helps improve the logical skill needed for competitive examinations – Phase I
  • Quiz on our major subjects-Helps improve our skills on basic technical subjects – Phase I
  • Creatitivity Puzzles
  • Critical thinking

For entire class :

  • Self introduction-Brief introduction about school, college and skills
  • CV preparation-a detailed resume about the student
  •  
  • Note: The above set three categories of events is conducted simultaneously in this month
  • System of pattern for September
    • On spot topic – Giving an on spot topic will show the student’s presence of mind – Phase I
    • Personality development – To develop a better character and a good leadership quality – Phase I
    • Mock interview – To know what to be done in an interview – Phase I
  • System of pattern for October
    • Training By external agency :Organize Various Training Programmes to train the students in the areas of Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Verbal reasoning through the reputed external training organizations and in-house trainers
    • Quiz on general affairs-Helps gather general knowledge required for group discussion – Phase II
    • Quiz on aptitude-Helps improve our logical skill needed for competitive examinations – Phase II
    • Quiz on our major subjects(Technical)-Helps improve skills on basic technical subjects – Phase II
  • System of pattern for November
    • Quiz on general affairs-Helps gather general knowledge required for group discussion – Phase III
    • Written Test on aptitude - Helps improve our time management and logical skill needed for competitive examinations – Phase III
    • Practical Technical skills-Helps improve our practical knowledge on basic technical subjects – Phase III
    • On spot topic – Giving an on spot topic will show the student’s presence of mind- Phase II
    • Personality development – To develop a better character and a good leadership quality- Phase II
    • Mock interview – To know what to be done when in an interview-
    • Phase II
  • System of pattern for January and February
    • How to prepare yourself for an interview – Phase I & II
    • Personality development – To develop a better character and a good leadership quality- Phase III

Organizational Structure of the Institution

Organizational structure of the institution and functions of various bodies, service rules, procedures, recruitment and promotional policies

The college has developed efficient internal Organizational structure in pace with the objectives of Higher Education to encourage and in competence with national and Industrial requirements. The College has an organized administration framework, is governed by the Chairman along with the Management Committee.

The Principal has the powers pertaining to all the academic and administrative affairs including the conduct of examinations.

Each departments has a HOD who in turn assigns various tasks to different Faculty members and also initiates appropriate administrative measures for effective teaching learning processes Decisions regarding to academic matters are decentralized in the Department Meetings and Allotment of course work, syllabus coverage, planning and organizing seminars, guest lectures, workshops, industrial visits, remedial classes for weak Students, are done by Individual HOD’s.

Principal is the Chief Controller of Examinations and the examination cell has Controller of examinations who is assisted by a Staff In charge of Examinations from Each department. Placement and Training is headed by the Campus Placement and Training officer who is assisted by Staff Coordinator from Individual departments.

Major financial decisions are governed by the Administrative officer in consultation with the Principal and various other committees report directly to the Principal

The college has a democratic structure where each is given fullest freedom but structured organization for disciplined functioning is ensured.

NCC ACTIVITIES

NCC ACTIVITIES

SDC -Senior Division Cadets, SWC-Senior Wing Cadets

Name of the Activity Conducted

Place Conducted

Date

No of Participents Attended

Outcome

Enrollment of academic year 2012 to 2013

 

26-06-2012

50 SDC

50-SDC , 50-SWC cadets   enrolled.

Republic Day Selection Camp(RDC)

KCT,Coimbatore

21-07-2012 to 30-07-2012.

8-SDC

Cadet V.K. Swamy and Cadet K. Ramamoorthy  selected for the IGC.

Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC)

Mahajana HSS in mettupalayam

23-09-2012 to 02-10-2012.

20 -SDC , 40- SWC

20-SDC and 40-SWC attended the camp from our college.

Refreshal Course

OTA (Officers Training Camp) Kamp tee

08-10-2012 to 06-11-2012

ANO Lt.V.Prakash

ANO Lt.V.Prakash attended

National integration camp (NIC)

Sathyabama University in Kalpaakam.

18-12-2012 to 29-12-2012

2- cadets

2 cadets from CSICE

RDC

New Delhi.

 

26-01-2013

Cadet V.K Swamy

Cadet V.K Swamy attended

Government job ,

 

 

2013

 

TN/SW/08/28962Cadet Reshma T.V

Got commissioned into Indian Army.

 

TN/SD/08/28912 Cadet Nithin Mathew Joy

TN/SD/09/28915 Cadet B. Krishnamoorthy

B-certificate examination

Nirmala college, Coimbatore.

23-02-2013,

30 SDC and 35 SWC

30-SDC , 35-SWC cleared

C-certificate examination

Krishnammal College, Coimbatore.

23-03-2013

14 SDC and 5 SWC

14 -DC , 5-SWC cleared

National Integration Camp (NIC)

Mysore

24-05-2013

6 SWC

6 SWC

Youth Exchange Program

Moscow

31-05-2013

Cadet V.K Swamy

Cadet V.K Swamy attended

CATC

government HSS, Nanjanad

22-09-2013 to 01-10-2013

29 SDC and 15 SWC

29-SDC , 15-SWC attended

NCC National Games

New Delhi

05-10-2013 to 28-10-2013

Cadet Remos A

 

preliminary screening interview for the University Entry Scheme (UES-24)

CSICE,Ketti

07-01-2014

03 SDC

 

Government job opportunities

 

2014

SUO Deepak Nain

Got commissioned in the Indian Army as officer

 

SUO Kishan

(CATC)

PSG CAS

10-01-2014 to 19-01-2014

18 SWC

 

B-certificate examination

 

18-02-2014

18-SDC , 3 SWC had

18-SDC and 3-SWC  cleared

C-Certificate examination

 

04-03-2014

20-SDC , 18 SW

20-SDC , 18-SWC  cleared

All India Girls Trekking Expedition

CSICE

09-05-2014 to 18-05-2014 and from 21-05-2014 to 30-05-2014

 

 

CATC

CSI-CMM HSS, Ooty

27-09-2014 to 06-10-2014

25 SDC

 

B-Certificate examination

PSG Tech, Coimbatore

 

22-02-2015

18 SDC , 3 SWC

18 SDC , 3 SWC  cleared

C-Certificate examination

28-02-2015

20 SDC , 18 SWC

20 SDC ,18 SWC  cleared

Guard of Honour to the  Deputy Director General (DDG)

Unit headquarters at Ooty

04-04-2015

8 SDC

 

All India Girls Trekking Expedition

CSICE

09-05-2015 to 18-05-2015 , from 21-05-2015 to 30-05-2015

15 SWC

 

 

(RDC)

Karpagam University, Coimbatore

20-07-2015 to 29-06-2015

5 SDC

 

(CATC)

government HSS, Gudalur

26-09-2015 to 05-10-2015

48 SDC

 

All India Girls Trekking Expedition

CSICE

09/05/2016 to 18-05-2016 , 21-05-2016 to 30-05-2016

 

 

B-Certificate examination

 

PSG CAS

23-02-2016

29 SDC , 13 SWC

29 SDC , 13 SWC  cleared

C-Certificate examination

23-03-2016

18 SDC and 3 SWC

18 SDC , 3 SWC  cleared

All India Nilgiri trekking expedition

 

4th may

2016 to 30th may

2016

Approximately 900 Girls

 

CATC

Bhavanisagar

23 sep 2016 to 2 oct 2016

34 boys and 26 girls.

 

B and C

certificate exam

 

Coimbatore

Feb and March 2017

17 SD, 12SWC and 21 SD, 16 SW

17 SD, 12SW attended  and 21 SD, 16 SW attended , cleared Exams

 

WELFARE MEASURES

WELFARE MEASURES FOR TEACHING STAFF

  • Special permission to the members of faculty to serve as the resource person in various forums.
  • Permission for higher studies from Post Graduate to Ph.D and U.G to P.G.
  • Incentives for the doctorate staff.
  • Motivation and support to participate in industry immersion programmes.
  • Provident Fund contribution by the employee and equal contribution by the Management.
  • The faculty members are encouraged to attend the conferences, workshops, seminars and symposia.
  • Medical leave of 12 days per year.
  • Personal loan and home loan can be arranged in state bank of India and Canara bank.
  • Pension is provided after completion of 20 years in this institution

 WELFARE MEASURES FOR NON-TEACHING STAFF

  • Arranging training programmes for strengthening the knowledge of using latest facilities and equipment.
  • Permission to pursue higher studies.
  • Provident Fund contribution by the employee and equal contribution by the Management.
  • Medical leave of 12 days per year.
  • Personal loan and home loan can be arranged in state bank of india and Canara bank.
  • Pension is provided after completion of 20 years in this institution.

Financial Audits

Internal and external financial audits

The institution exercises internal audit where laboratories, library, hostel and income-expenditure are audited and screen by the heads of various departments with their faculty team which then is assessed sassed by the head of the Institution.

External audit is also done for every academic year by a qualified charted accountant. The institution takes up the suggestions put forth by the auditor to uphold quality in financial matters.

The accounts and procedures of internal control of finance are carried out by the head of the accounts team on a day to day basis and annual audit is done by the statutory auditor. The audit of accounts and submission of income tax returns are being carried out regularly each year.

There are no audit objections since the institution follows a good system of internal controls like calling quotations, comparison of rates, preparation of purchase order etc., and approvals at every stage of such implementation and due verification of goods and services that are obtained after delivery or completion of works. No expenses are incurred without proper approval or sanction by the Head of the institution or HoDs of various departments.

The major receipts are fees collected from students and grants given by the funding agencies apart from bank loans towards creation of infrastructure.

Additional funding is sanctioned from research agencies such as UGC, DST, AICTE, DRDO etc for approved project proposals submitted by various departments and MEMS centre. These funding enables the purchase of sophisticated equipments, upgrade the labs, establish new research facilities and carry out innovative projects. After the completion of the proposed project utilisation certificates are prepared and submitted to the respective funding agencies.

The last audit was done in March 2016 and there were no major objections.

 

Optimal Utilisation of Resources

Institutional strategies for mobilisation of funds and the optimal utilisation of resources

  • The major revenue of the institution is from tuition fees and other fees collected from the students.
  • Admission form, staff leave form and application form sales.
  • Generate the funds from various Departments by conducting hands on training on recent technologies; conduct workshops on different simulation and software’s and so on.
  • The major receipts are fees collected from students and grants given by the funding agencies apart from bank loans towards creation of infrastructure.
  • Additional funding is sanctioned from research agencies such as UGC, DST, AICTE, DRDO etc for approved project proposals submitted by various departments and MEMS centre. These funding enables the purchase of sophisticated equipments, upgrade the labs, establish new research facilities and carry out innovative projects. After the completion of the proposed project utilisation certificates are prepared and submitted to the respective funding agencies.

The Institution encourages each department to generate funds for the following activities:

  • To modernize the existing laboratories for advance learners.
  • To conduct the International and National Seminars and Conferences.
  • Institution sanctioned the following workshops and seminars
  • The institution has effective system to carry out the financial resources.
  • Head of the departments prepares the department budget for the requirements of infrastructure, laboratories, library and other on consultation with respective in-charges and the same is submitted to Principal.
  • Principal prepares the institution budget by consolidating the departments’ budgets and other expenditure incurred during academic year and the same is submitted to the governing council for the approval.
  • The approved budget will be implemented in functioning of the institution.
  • The accounts department in the institution is fully computerized and carries out receipts, payments, income, expenditure accounts and balance sheets.
  • The transaction made inside the institution is supported by vouchers.
  • The transactions and other operations can be done by authorized person of the institution. A two tier s stem is followed to check on the accounts by the internal and external audits.

Product Design Club

Product Design Club

Goal

  • The goal of the Programme is to train students and make them to raise engineers and researchers with technical expertise on par with international standards professional attitudes and ethical values with the ability to apply acquired knowledge to have a productive career and empower technically to serve humanity.

The Context

  • The primary role of education is to expose students to a variety of industrial and engineeringtechnologies that improve their understanding of the industrial and engineered world. Moreover, students learn both project management and design principles, most courses are project based with students realizing a solution to a design or engineering challenge. The program aims to impart variety of industrial and engineeringtechnologies including design and technology, engineering studies and industrial technology to help the students to acquire technical skills and help them to remove the fear to involved in modern competative corparate world. These activities will be conducted through the Product Design Club.

The Practice

  • The Practice makes room for a group of teachers to voluntarily conduct classes and provide

training to students and equip them with a set of technical-skills necessary to compete their project and finally the faculties help them to make it as a product.  Teachers from the varios department  have designed the program for concern programme, and the programme will be held with the help of all faculties and they  put special efforts without remuneration besides the regular work. No fee is collected from the students for the purpose.

  • The Club identifies a group of students through a simple practical test. The list of selected students is notified and initially an Orientation Programme is conducted for the students. They are made aware of the importance of the technical skill acquisition and the necessity of the club.
  • Practical classes and reviews are conducted for those students besides the college hours and weekend days Students are provided with the all apparatus required for their project get trained in very efficient and effective manner with help of supporting staffs.

Evidence of Success

  • The impact of the programme is immense. The confidence among the students of the Club is worth mentioning. A large number of students intend to join the programme and want to get the benefit of this and make them to empowering their mind with technical knowledge and creative and productive thoughts.

SL. No.

Student Name

Dept.

Project Name

Event Name & Date

Remarks.

1

B. Naveen Kumar

Samuel Stanley

Sibi

Anu Kumari

Jenifer Kezia

EEE

Track Manager for Visually Impaired Android Mobile Application

CM’s award for excellence in e – Governance on

4.11.2015

Won first Prize &

Recevied 10,000/- Cash

2

Justina. X

Niveda. R

Preethi Diana. M

Seba Sam

ECE

Sustainable Electricity for greater Bio- diversity

District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017

Won First Prize

3

Arun Deep

Gopal Gowri

Shanker

Lindo

EEE

Smart Robot using Rasberry pi adnan arif sait

District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017

 

4

Lokesh Kumar

Ramajeya Moorthy

Rahul Krishna

Rudrathan

Lawrence

Mechanical

Verstile Metal Bending Mechaine

District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017

Won Third Prize

5

Abel. K

Joel. R

Prabu. S

Mohemmed Ibram

EEE

Solar Powered RFID Based on Tracking System

District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017

Won Second Pirze

6

Sarath Kumar , Sai dharshan

CSE

Emergency Response and Know Agro

District Level Skill Summit- 2017

Won Second Prize

Product Club Cordinator :

Prof. I. Bildass Santhosam AP – ECE

Faculty Members:                                                                   

  1. Prof. Monoj AP – MECHANICAL
  2. Prof. Daniel Stuart AP – EEE
  3. Prof. Salvator AP – Civil
  4. Prof. Martin AP – CSE
  5. Prof. Kumaran AP – IT

Student Members: 

  1. Jenifer Kezia - EEE
  2. Justina. X - ECE
  3. Rahul Krishna – MECH
  4. Nithin Sharma – MECH
  5. Sarath Kumar – CSE
  6. Teena – IT

 Nature Club

Goal

  • The goal of the club is to develop an awareness of and encourage an interest in the natura environment among its student community through meetings, talks, workshops, study groups. Promote the establishment and maintenance of natural areas and nature reserves, conserve and protect species, communities and other natural features of interest, by study, investigation or

The Context

  • The primary role of club is to educate the aware and importance of nature to students community and you get the answers for the following questions through this club.
  • What is a nature study club?
  • How often does a nature club meet?
  • Where does a nature club meet?
  • What does a nature club do?
  • Where do activity ideas come from?
  • Who teaches during club time?
  • How long should one nature club meeting last?
  • The program aims to motivate the student community to partcipate in the Natrue club andto bringin natural items, stories, and artwork for Show & Tell. The goal of Nature Club is to encourage student community to get outside and find new opportunities to experience nature. We hope to inspire our community to appreciate, understand, and value wildlife and wild places.

 The Practice

  • The club members can meet as often as your group wishes. Some groups of members meet monthly once during weekend days, some groups meet once in a week after the class hours, but only during a particular season. See what fits best with everyone’s schedules and go from there and without affecting the academics.
  • Observe and enjoy nature, of course! This can take a gazillion different forms. Our nature club has gone on scavenger hunts, tweezer treks and simple walks. We have dissected flowers, made painted scenery. We have played food chain games, filled out nature notebooking pages, and splashed in creeks. There is no end to the ideas.
  • The Club identifies a group of students based on their interest on nature and environment sciences. Such students are notified and initially an Orientation Programme is conducted for the students. They are made aware of the importance of the environment sciences.

Evidence of Success

  • The impact of the programme is immense. The confidence among the students of the Club is worth mentioning. A large number of students intend to join the programme and want to get the benefit of this and make them to empowering their mind with network knowledge and creative and productive thoughts.

SL. No.

No of Partcipants

Date

Resource Person

Cordinator Name

Event Name

1

55

14.10.2017

 

Prof. S. Baburaj

Dept of CSE

CSI College of Engineering

Nature Awareness Outreach Program

 Product Club Cordinator :

            Prof. J. Silamboli AP – ECE

 Members:

  1. Prof. Boobesh AP – MECHANICAL
  2. Prof. Daniel Stuart AP – EEE
  3. Prof. Gokul AP – Civil
  4. Prof. Enoch Raja AP – CSE
  5. Prof. Mohan AP – IT

Learning Outcomes and Remedial Measures

Learning Outcomes and Remedial Measures

Remedial test conducted

The main aim to conduct a remedial test is to boost up marks in the internal test that is conducted in the college. This remedial test is conducted after the internal test , in case when the students score less than 70 marks out of 100 they are asked to write the remedial test and the students who are absent for the internal test .

Generally, the test is conducted from 4:00 to 5:30 pm with a new set of question papers. The students from various departments attend their test as per the schedule. This system is being followed in our college from the academic year of 2013 and the result is increase in the performance of the students.

The remedial test provides an opportunity to the students to get better mark and also have good internal marks.

Benefits:

  • The students are able to get a good internal marks for their semester exam.
  • The students are able to clear their semester examination easily.
  • Since test are conducted , the students are able to learn extra new things that are helpful for the semester examination.
  • As this practice is followed for many years the academic performance of the students are also increasing .
  • The pass percentage of the students in all the departments are increasing year by year.
  • As tests are conducted to boost up the mark , is an motivation to the students.
  • The students who are absent are also able to maintain a good internal mark.

REPORT

Activity / Project based classes

The main aim of such activity or project based classes is to provide the students an information in depth about the subject topics. This classes are associated with the extra activities and project that are conducted during the class hours in order to have technical knowledge.

This activities or project based class was started from the academic of 2013.Each department of the college have different techniques to conduct the activities. This activity based classes helps the students to have extra interest towards learning.

The activity based classes are provided to the students by the staff with extra care and effort . This class increases the capability of the students to think and innovate new things.

Benefits of this activity/project based classes :

  • The students are able to get some extra knowledge regarding the subject.
  • This classes acts as a medium for the students to communicate well with the staff members.
  • As a result of the classes the students get new innovative ideas to implement their own thoughts in the form of projects.
  • Since activities are conducted in class, it makes the class more interesting.
  • This classes acts as an motivation to the students in academics.
  • This activity based classes involves group decision related to subjects, use of different objects such as antenna ,kits to perform tasks, technical quiz etc.
  • This project based classes helps the students in building new and different projects.

Students Representation in Institutional Bodies

Students Representation in Institutional Bodies

  • Class committee

            The active student body council participates in the class committee meetings that are organized thrice in a semester for knowing the feedbacks and for the betterment of the students. Two students from each genre of meeting above excellence and average would be put under this committee so that they would talk out their levels of difficulties. A record for the activities based on meetings conducted for the students would be recorded in the register kept for recording difficulties and benefits. The feedbacks given by the students are highly confidential but necessary action would be communicated to the concerned staff through the head of the department or by the head of the institution.

  • Department Association-

             An association meeting is also been conducted in which the student representatives are elected who will organize various departmental activities. Various programs based on awareness of green energy and national level competitions. Students would be given opportunities to portrait their talents in project and paper presentations and would be encouraged more to explore in working on funded projects to help in developing the society. Project expo is also been conducted by the students wherein the talents of other college students would also be encouraged and accolades would be awarded for excellence.

  • Anti ragging committee-

              Members from various departments are chosen under the anti ragging committee formed by the institution who would take responsibility over the disciple of the students. The Institute level Anti-ragging SqStudents Bodies in the Institutionuads and Hostel level Anti-ragging squads shall work in the co-ordination with the institution level Anti-ragging committee and oversee the implementation of the recommendations.

  • Hostel committee

              A group of student representatives from each year would be chosen as students representatives for the hostel who would actively be involved in handling the grievances and also arrange hostel oriented activities like cultural inside the hostel premises. Any difference of opinion in the basic needs of all the students beginning from cleanliness of the rooms till food provided at the hostel would be noted by the student representative at hostel and would revert to the head of the hostel or to a staff member who resides inside the hostel campus and would ensure in taking the necessary action for the difficulties faced by students. This is the methodology that is been followed in both the girls and in the boys hostel.

  • College Representative -

The topper from the class for 3rd year will be elected as the Student President and similarly a topper from the 2nd year would be elected as the Vice-President of the college who would act as the head of student body council pertaining to the betterment of the student as a whole. On the basis on gender equality the student representative members would be elected pertaining to academics as well as other important aspects such as disciple inside the campus, initiativeness to all the activities organized by the institute as well as participating in various other college events. Importance is to all these criterions and students would be elected unanimously