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****** Welcome to ANUBOSE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-Palvoncha-BhadradriKothagudem-T.S ******

 

 

 

 

ANUBOSE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALVONCHA

          Approved by AICTE, New Delhi, affiliated to JNTUH

 

Mandatory Disclosure

 

  1. Name of the Institution

 

ANUBOSE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

K.S.P. ROAD, PALVONCHA,BHADRADRI KOTHAGUDEM –DST, Telangana, India

Telephone: 08744 – 258336,

Principal Mobile: +91-9246907407

Email: abitjntu@gmail.com

 

 

  1. Name and address of the Trust/ Society/ Company and the Trustees

 

NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TRUST

Bollorigudem, Palvoncha – 507 115, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Telangana, India

Telephone: 08744 – 258335

Mobile: +91-9866396962

Email: bharat.talasila@gmail.com

 

 

  1. Name and Address of the Vice Chancellor/Principal/Director

 

Dr. N.V. SUBBA RAO

PRINCIPAL

K.S.P. ROAD, PALVONCHA, BHADRADRI KOTHAGUDEM –DST, Telangana, India

Telephone: 08744 – 258336,

Principal Mobile: +91-9246907407

Email: abitjntu@gmail.com

 

  1. Name of the affiliating University

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad

 

  1. Governance

 

5.1    Members of the Board and their brief background

 

The  Following  are  the  members  of  Governing  Body  of  ABIT  College  of

Engineering:

 

  1. Dr. T. Bharat Krishna, Vice-Chairman, National Educational Trust
  2. Sri. A. Avani, Secretary, National Educational Trust

 

  1. Sri. T. Anuradha, Chairman, National Educational Trust

 

  1. Dr. N.V.Subba Rao, Principal, Anubose Institute of Technology. (Ex-Officio)

 

  1. Dr. M. Rajkumar, State Govt.  Nominee – Principal, Govt.  Polytechnic,  Madhira, Khammam- Dist.

 

  1. Dr. P. Sravana, University Nominee – Professor of Civil Engineering & Head,

          JNTUH CEH

 

  1. Dr. T. Venugopal, Dean Student Welfare, Mallareddy College of Engineering

          and Technology, Hyderabad.

 

  1. Dr. V.S.K. Reddy, Vice Chancellor, Malla Reddy University, Hyderabad
  2. Dr. Ch. Vijayakumar, Principal- Sai Spurthi Institute of Technology, Sathupally

 

  1. Sri. G.VENKANNA, S&H,HOD – Anubose Institute of Technology.

 

The Details of Governing Body and Members are available at:

 

          http://www.abit.ac.in/board-of-governors/

 

5.2    Members of Academic Advisory Body

 

The Following are the members of Academic Advisory Body of Anubose Institute of Technology

 

 

  1. D N. V. Subba Rao, Principal & Professor of EEE, Anubose Institute of

Technology

 

  1. 2. D V. S. K Reddy, Vice Chancellor, Malla Reddy University, Hyderabad

 

  1. 3. D T. Venugopal, Dean (Student Welfare) and Professor of ECE, Malla Reddy College of Engineering, Hyderabad.

 

  1. 4. Dr. Vijay Kumar, Principal Sai Spurthy Institute of Technology, Sathupally

 

  1. 5. M G. Venkanna  HOD, S&H Deportment , Anubose Institute of Technology

 

5.3    Frequently of the Board Meeting and Academic Advisory Body

 

The Governing Body meets at least twice in an Academic Year. Academic Advisory Body meets at least once in an Academic Year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.4    Organizational chart and processes

 

 

 

Organization Chart is shown at http://www.abit.ac.in/organization-structure/

 

 

 

 

Organisational Chart

 

The college has a well-structured organizational structure which clearly shows the people responsible for various tasks and the levels of supervision. The Governing Body is the highest body of the college and it is supreme decision making body. The Governing Body of the college meets at least two times in a year. In the governing body several issues pertaining to various academic and administrative matters were taken up, discussed and appropriate decision would be taken keeping the student development as its central agenda. The Governing Body strongly feels that the students should accomplish their desired goals and thus makes all the efforts (right educational methods – outcome-based education, infrastructure, equipment and tools) to creating a student centric environment. It follows the guidelines laid by the apex bodies like UGC, AICTE and JNTUH and comply them with utmost sincerity. The Governing Body continuously monitors the strategic plan and make suitable advice/direction for the administration to execute the plan.

 

In addition to the governing body, there are several statutory and other committees are in place to administer various activities related to academic, administrative and extension. Thus, the governance of the college is more participatory and led by the governing body. This ensures holistic growth and development of the student stakeholders. Societal impact and responsibility are given prime importance by the Institute so as to contribute and promote sustainable socio- economic development through globally competitiveness.

 

The directions / suggestions of the governing body are effectively carried to the next levels by the Principal as shown in the organization chart. Also, HODs, Deans, other In-charges present their proposals, recommendations, progress to the GB through the Principal for the information and necessary approvals from the GB.

 

5.5    Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs/

Improvements

 

Regular meetings with Faculty, Students and other stakeholders are conducted to collect the feedback and suggestions on the existing academic matters. Valid Feedback and/or suggestion will be considered for amendments and/or modifications.

5.6    Mechanism/Norms and Procedure for democratic/good Governance

 

The management believes good governance is essential to run an effective system for the growth and development of an institution and enhancing its outcomes. The objective of this focus on decentralization of the governance and delegating responsibilities to various senior functionaries and heads of the departments. This objective promotes inclusiveness and participatory management style of functioning. As an integral part of the governance, the management delegated power (both administrative and academic activities) to the Principal and academic heads for smooth running of the institutional activities. The decentralization also helps the decision making with proper authority and financial power. Thus, decentralization has shown a significant impact on the policy making, planning, and management with reference to engineering education. The college includes all the stakeholders while framing various guidelines to fortify the systematic functioning of the college. At the same time, decentralization should be seen as a means of improving the efficiency of the system and its quality. There are several committees, both statutory and other, are in place to administer and effectively govern the institute.

 

The members of the Governing Body (GB) have responsibility for institutional performance. The chairman and members of the GB are actively engage themselves in the institute developmental activities. All of its decision and policies are made in the best interest of the institution with due consultations with the concerned stakeholders. This top-down approach of the GB not only motivates the stakeholders but also effectively helped the development of institute. The minutes of the governing body, other committees and academic activities are published on the college website as act of transparent governance. The information is also shared with the employees through various meetings and circulars from time to time. Achieving academic excellence requires that the all the responsible people work together with defined role, responsibility and authority. The college organization chart provides an insight into the overall structure and authority with responsibility of various administrators and their levels in the organization.

 

There are as many as 24 active committees in the college which work constantly to uphold all- round development of the students. The following are the few operational level decentralization of various activities in vogue in the institution: High Level Committees: The Governing Body and Statutory committees partake in the overall development and growth, policy decisions, financial and disciplinary issues. Middle Level Committees: Principal, Deans, COE, Associate Deans, and HODs partake in rules and regulations, academic development, curricular and co-curricular activities etc. Lower Level Committees: Various committees constituted for purpose of monitoring the policies and rule and regulations of the institutes.

 

5.7    Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/ Faculty performance

Student Feedback is collected on the following,

 

  1. i) Feedback on faculty
  2. ii) Feedback on institutional governance and facilities iii) Feedback on teaching learning

 

 

  1. i) FEEDBACK ON FACULTY

Feedback on all courses will be collected through online from the students twice in a semester. The first feedback will be collected at the middle of the semester i.e., before first midterm examinations and the second will be collected at the end of the semester. During the first feedback a questionnaire consisting of 5 parameters is adopted and a 10 parameter questionnaire along with feedback on course outcomes is taken at the second feedback.

 

Each parameter is measured based on the rating assigned to it i.e., 5 for Excellent, 4 for Very Good,

3 for Good, 2 for Fair and 1 for Poor. Each parameter average is measured by calculating the average number of students given against each rating. Final feedback of a faculty is measured considering the average rating given against each parameter.

 

Five Parameters used to collect the Feedback at the mid of the semester:

 

  1. Has the Instructor clearly stated the Learning Outcomes of the course?
  2. b. Was the class controlled and discipline maintained?
  3. How effective are the communication skills of the Faculty?
  4. d. Was the Instructor enthusiastic about teaching the class and invited questions and comments from students?
  5. Has the Instructor related course material to real life situations?

 

Ten parameters used to collect the feedback at the end of the semester:

 

  1. Was the class controlled and discipline maintained?
  2. b. How effective were the communication skills?
  3. Provides up-to-date information on the topic(s)?
  4. d. Did the faculty use real world examples and cases?
  5. Was the class interactive and doubts were clarified?
  6. f. How was the presentation style of the faculty?
  7. g. Encourages students to solve complex problems in the class?
  8. Makes objective and impartial evaluation of assessments?
  9. Sincerity and commitment towards academic work?
  10. j. Approachable after class hours for discussion and advice?

 

Student Participation Percentage:

 

On an average 80% of the students will be participating in the feedback process.

 

Feedback analysis Process and Corrective Measures:

 

The collected feedback will be analyzed based on the rating given against each parameter of evaluation. Based on the final average of the feedback, corrective measures are taken by:

 

  1. Interacting HOD with the faculty to identify the reasons for not performing well.
  2. Providing further guidance in the subject by available senior faculty / other faculty who taught the same subject.
  3. Deputing faculty to FDPs if required.

 

Faculty who get better feedback will be rewarded by giving more weightage in faculty annual self- appraisal for the consideration of the increment

 

  1. ii) FEEDBACK ON FACILITIES

 

 

A standard procedure is adopted by VCE for collecting feedback on facilities. The feedback on facilities like classrooms, laboratories, infrastructure, library, sports etc. are collected from students. Collected feedback is analyzed for identifying corrective actions to be taken. On an average 80% of the students will be participating in the feedback process.

 

Parameters for collecting feedback on facilities:

 

  1. 1. Internet facility in the campu
  2. 2. Access to the students and Wi-Fi connectivity.
  3. 3. Quality of computer labs in the department /college.
  4. 4. Quality and functioning of equipment in the department laborator
  5. 5. Helpfulness of labs pers
  6. 6. Overall staff responsiveness in the laboratories.
  7. 7. Quality of classrooms in terms of visibility of the board / adequacy of fans and lights in the class/ ventilation.
  8. 8. Use of technology in delivering the
  9. 9. Transport facility to students.
  10. 10. Quality of food in the college
  11. 11. Amenities in the hostel.
  12. 12. Drinking water facility in the college.
  13. 13. Cleanliness and Adequacy of
  14. 14. Games and sports facility.
  15. 15. Extra and co-curricular activ
  16. 16. System of internal examination assessment and impartiality in awarding mark
  17. 17. Ambiance of the college.
  18. 18. Quality of Training provided for placements.

 

 

 

iii) FEEDBACK OF TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS

 

 

  1. 1. How well the teacher prepares for the class?
  2. 2. How well the teachers communicate?
  3. 3. How much of the syllabus is being covered by the end of the semester?
  4. 4. Was your performance in assignments and tests discussed with you by the concerned teacher?
  5. 5. VCE takes  active  interest  in  promoting  internship,  student  exchange,  field  visit opportunities for stude
  6. 6. The teaching and mentoring process in your institution facilitates you in cognitive, social and emotional growth.
  7. 7. Teachers are able to identify your weaknesses and help you to overcome th

 

  1. 8. The institution  makes  effort  to  engage  students  in  the  monitoring,  review  and continuous quality improvement of the teaching learning pr
  2. 9. The VCE  faculty  use  student  centric  methods,  such  as  experiential  learning, participative learning and problem solving methodologies for enhancing learning exper
  3. 10. Teachers encourage you to participate in extracurricular activities like games, sports, professional society activ
  4. 11. What percentage of teachers use ICT tools such as LCD projector, Multimedia, while teaching.

 

The overall quality of teaching-learning process at Anubose Institute of Technology is very good.

 

5.8    Grievance Redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

 

The college has grievances and redressal cell for the faculty, staff and students to address issues pertaining to facilities, teaching learning process, discrimination or any other related. There are separate cells for these wings which are headed by the principal, a senior faculty as convener and other senior faculty being the members.

 

These Grievance Redressal committees are formed to look in to the complaints received from the aggrieved. A Compliant Boxes are provided at Office of Principal and in the departments for students and faculty to lodge their complaints separately.   The convener of the committee will consolidate the complaints received from all the students, faculty and staff. This will be presented before the committee which meets regularly depending upon the need.   The committee recommends corrective measures to be taken and recorded in the register. Provision is also given

to send the complaints to abitjntu@gmail.com

 

5.9    Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee

 

The institute has established Anti-Ragging Committee as per the guidelines of the Apex Bodies. The committee is recently reconstituted and approved by the Governing Body in its 20th Meeting held on 23-03-2022.

 

5.10 Establishment of Online Grievance Redressal Mechanism

 

The institute has Online Grievance Redressal facility through ABIT Student Portal (Student

Corner). Any aggravated student can report issues through the portal at

http://www.abit.ac.in/abit-canvas/

 

5.11 Establishment of Grievance Redressal Committee in  the  Institution  and Appointment of OMBUDSMAN by the University

 

The institute has established Grievances and Redressal Committee as per the guidelines of the

Apex Bodies. The committee is recently reconstituted and approved by the Governing Body in its

20th Meeting held on 14-03-2020.

 

The affiliating university has appointed Dr.  Jagannath  Jetty,  Professor of  Geology  (Retired), Osmania University as  OMBUDSPERSON vide its Cir.No. UAAC/Student Grievance Redressal Committee/2020/1 dated 10-09-2020.

 

 

5.12 Establishment of Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)

 

The institute has established Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) as per the guidelines of the

Apex Bodies. The committee is recently reconstituted and approved by the Governing Body in its

20th Meeting held on 14-03-2020.

 

 

 

5.13 Establishment of Committee for SC/ ST

 

 

The institute has established SC/ST Committee as per the guidelines of the Apex Bodies. The committee is recently reconstituted and approved by the Governing Body in its 20th Meeting held on 14-03-2020.

 

 

5.14 Internal Quality Assurance Cell

 

 

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the institution is a cell which continuously monitors the quality practices and ensures all the institutional academic policies thoroughly followed as prescribed by the apex bodies. The prime responsibility of IQAC is to initiate, plan and supervise various activities that are obligatory to increase the quality of the education imparted in the college. The role of IQAC in maintaining quality standards in teaching-learning processes and evaluation becomes crucial. The IQAC Cell strategically ensures the quality of teaching-learning practices through stringent initiatives and measures taken such as Faculty Self-Appraisal, FDPs, and Training Programs for Non-Teaching, Workshops on OBE, Conference Educational Reforms, Setting Quality Bench Marks, Key Performance Indicators, Auditing and Impact Mentoring, and Academic and Administrative Audit. Thus the IQAC monitors the continuous quality improvement of the academic processes. The two best practices and bench marked processes of the College are Key Performance Indicators, and Setting the quality Bench Marks.

 

Key Performance Indicators: The performance of a department is based on various parameters that play a key role in the assessment of quality. The assessment for quality improvement is done regularly and report is generated for all the departments every month, every semester and every year. Few Parameters on which the quality is measured are the academic performance of the students, success rate of the students, academic audits, number of publications done and the quality of the journal in which it is published, include the number of faculty awarded PhDs degree in that year, number of funded research projects, total grants received, patents applied and granted. Besides these impetus is also given to consultancy works and faculty’s contribution to writing books.

 

Setting the quality Bench Marks: The IQAC has initiated a standard for setting a performance at two levels viz the Faculty level and the Department Level. First bench mark set for the faculty are based on the number of papers published in International Journals of repute like IEEE,

 

Elsevier, another being Doctorates form a cluster and work together for publications and also write proposals for funding projects, Faculty refresher courses, one week or FDP program guiding at least two UG projects, pursue online certificate courses, student’s feedback and maintenance of academic performance index (API) score. The bench marks on which the departments assessed are, the no of paper publications maintained with a minimum set at 1:1 ratio, funding projects starting with minimum 20 Lakhs per annum, consultancy work with minimum 20 lakhs PA, Faculty Development Programmes, Workshops, Hands-on Training Programmes, Higher education guidance, Student publications, Student Innovations, Student hardware working porotypes, Outcome-based education, computing CO-PO attainment and analyzing the impact of the TLP in deriving the outcomes, Increasing success rate of the students right from the first year. In order to gauge the true reflection of the activities carried out by the performance metric used in strategic management to identify and improve various internal functions, departmental score was devised and used to measure efficiency and effectiveness of the processes.

 

The institute has established IQAC Committee as per the guidelines of the Apex Bodies. The committee is recently reconstituted and approved by the Governing Body in its 20th Meeting held on 14-03-2020.

 

 

  1. Programmes

 

6.1    Name of Programmes approved by AICTE

 

 

SNo

Program

Level

Course

1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNDER GRADUATE

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2.

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

3.

 ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

4.

 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

5.

 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

6.

   MINING  ENGINEERING

7.

 

 

 

POST GRADUATE

 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

8.

   VLSI AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

9.

ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS

10.

POWER ELECTRONICS

 

11.

 

MANAGEMENT

POST GRADUATE

 

MBA

 

 

 

6.2    Status of Accreditation of the Courses

  • Total number of Courses
  • No. of Courses for which applied for Accreditation
  • Status of Accreditation – Preliminary/ Applied for SAR and results awaited/ Applied for SAR and visits completed/ Results of the visits awaited/ Rejected/ Approved for ….. Courses

 

 

Total number of Courses

 

No. of Courses for which applied for Accreditation

Status of Accreditation – Preliminary/ Applied for SAR

and results awaited/ Applied for SAR and visits completed/ Results of the visits awaited/ Rejected/ Approved for ….. Courses

07

0

Approved for 00 Courses

 

6.3    For each Programme the following details are to be given:

  • Name
  • Number of seats
  • Duration
  • Fee
  • Placement Facilities

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – Computer Science and Engineering

Number of seats

60

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – CIVIL ENGINEERING

Number of seats

60

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – Electronics and Communication Engineering

Number of seats

60

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – Electrical and Electronics and Engineering

Number of seats

120

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – Mechanical Engineering

Number of seats

60

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

Course

UG – B. Tech – Mining Engineering

Number of seats

60

Duration

4 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 75,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

Course

PG – MBA – Master of Business Administration

Number of seats

18

Duration

2 Years

  Fee                                                    

Rs. 40,000

  Placement Facilities                 

Yes

 

  1. Faculty

7.1    Branch wise list Faculty members

 

Branch wise list of Faculty members is available at the following links: Department of CSE: http://www.abit.ac.in/computer-science-engineering-staff-particulars/

 

Department of CIVIL: http://www.abit.ac.in/civil-engineering-staff/

 

Department of ECE: http://www.abit.ac.in/electronics-and-communications-staff/

 

Department of EEE:  http://www.abit.ac.in/electrical-and-electronics-engineering-staff/

 

Department of ME: http://www.abit.ac.in/mechanical-engineering-staff/

 

Department of Mining: http://www.abit.ac.in/mining-engineering-staff/

 

Department of MBA: https://ABIT.org/faculty-professors-mba/

 

Department of S&H: http://www.abit.ac.in/s-h-staff/

 

7.2    Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio

 

Permanent Faculty Student Ratio is 1:15

 

  1. Profile of Vice Chancellor/ Director/ Principal/ Faculty

For each Faculty give a page covering with Passport size photograph

 

Profile of the Principal:

 

Name

Dr. N.V.SUBBA RAO

 

Date of Birth

08-07-1974

Unique id

1-2901106926

Education Qualifications

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

 

Work Experience

Teaching

Research

Industry

others

14 Years

Area of Specialization

EEE

Courses taught at Diploma/

Post Diploma/ Under Graduate/ Post Graduate/ Post Graduate

Diploma Level

Basic Electrical Engineering, Signals and Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Probability & Stochastic Process, VLSI Design, Electromagnetic Theory & Transmission Lines, Digital Logic Design, Electronic Devices and Circuits

 

 

 

Research guidance

No. of papers published in National/ International Journals/ Conferences

 

Master

 

Ph.D.

 

14

 

Awarded – 01

Supervising – 06

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Projects Carried out

1.   All  India  Council  for  Technical  Education  (AICTE): Design, Development and Analysis of Routing Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks: Applications in  Environment  Monitoring  and  Disaster  Relief.  Rs:

4,10,000/-

2.   Department of Science and Technology (DST): Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Higher Educational Institutions (FIST), to establish Humanoid Robotics Lab. Rs: 50,00,000/-

3.   Cognitive  Science  Research  Initiative,  Department  of

Science and Technology (CSRI–DST): SAMSED — Smartening and Monitoring the Environment using Ad- hoc Wireless Sensor Networks for Disaster Survivor Detection. Rs: 41,58,600/-

4.   WOSA-  DST,  Design and Development of Differential Power Analysis and Leakage Power Analysis resistant Cryptosystem, Rs. 22,59,750/-

5.   TIDE-DST “Design and Development of a Low Cost Foot

Therapy  Device  for  Plantar  Fasciitis  and  Other  Foot

Problems” Rs. 53, 28, 400/-

       

 

 

Patents

02

Technology Transfer

 

Research Publications

Published 20 International Journal Papers

Presented 45 Conference Papers

No. of Books published with details

 

01

 

Profile of the Faculty:

Profile of each faculty member is available at department wise at the following links:

 

Department of CSE: http://www.abit.ac.in/computer-science-engineering-staff-particulars/

 

Department of CIVIL: http://www.abit.ac.in/civil-engineering-staff/

 

Department of ECE: http://www.abit.ac.in/electronics-and-communications-staff/

 

Department of EEE:  http://www.abit.ac.in/electrical-and-electronics-engineering-staff/

 

Department of ME: http://www.abit.ac.in/mechanical-engineering-staff/

 

Department of Mining: http://www.abit.ac.in/mining-engineering-staff/

 

Department of MBA: https://ABIT.org/faculty-professors-mba/

 

Department of S&H: http://www.abit.ac.in/s-h-staff/

 

 

  1. Fee

 

9.1    Details of Fee, as approved by State Fee Committee, for the Institution

 

The details of Fee, as approved by TAFRC (State Fee Committee), for the Institution is available at: http://www.abit.ac.in/fee-structure/ 

 

9.2    Time schedule for payment of Fee for the entire Programme

 

01st   July of every year

 

9.3    No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students

 

9.4    Number of scholarship offered by the Institution, duration and amount

                2021-2022: 03

2020-2021: 03

2019-2020: 03

2018-2019: 04

9.5    Criteria for Fee waivers/scholarship

 

Academic Performance and Economically weaker sections

 

9.6    Estimated cost of boarding and Lodging in Hostels

 

Estimated Cost of Boarding and Lodging in Girls Hostel per annum – Rs. 40,000

 

  1. Admission

 

10.1 Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval

 

 

 

SNo

 

Course

Year of

Approval

2021

2022

2020

2021

2019

2020

 

1.

UG – B.Tech. – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

 

2008

 

60

 

60

 

60

 

2.

UG – B.Tech. – CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

2009

 

60

 

60

 

60

 

3.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

 

2008

 

60

 

60

 

60

 

4.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

 

2008

 

120

 

120

 

120

 

5.

UG – B.Tech. – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

2008

 

60

 

60

 

60

6.

UG – B.Tech. – MINING ENGINEERING

2009

60

60

60

 

 7.

PG – MBA – MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

2009

 

60

 

60

 

60

 

 

10.2 Number of Students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years

 

 

 

 

SNo

 

 

Course

Total Number of Students Admitted under

Various categories

20212022

20202021

20192020

 

1.

UG – B.Tech. – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

 

64

 

60

 

54

 

2.

UG – B.Tech. – CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

46

 

35

 

13

 

3.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

 

60

 

58

 

6

 

4.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

 

97

 

81

 

48

 

5.

UG – B.Tech. – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

22

 

0

 

10

6.

UG – B.Tech. – MINING ENGINEERING

31

14

0

 

7.

PG – MBA – MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

46

 

12

 

20

 

  1. Admission Procedure

 

11.1 Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test

Agency and its URL (website)

 

B.Tech. – https://tseamcet.nic.in/default.aspx

 

MBA – https://icet.tsche.ac.in/TSICET/TSICET_HomePage.aspx

 

  1. B. Tech. – as notified by the Convener, TS EAMCET https://tseamcnic.in/default.aspx

 

MBA – as notified by the Convener, ICET

https://icet.tsche.ac.in/TSICET/TSICET_HomePage.aspx

 

15.6 Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each

 

The institute has central examination facility with 6 rooms. The details and size of each room is shown in the below table.

 

 

SNo.

 

Room No.

 

Details

Carpet area

(in sq m)

1

A012/A

QUESTION PAPER PROCESSING ROOM

20

2

A012/B

STRONG ROOM

30

3

A012/C

EVALUATION HALL

200

4

A012/D

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATION OFFICE

40

5

A012/E

ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATION OFFICE

40

6

A012/F

DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION ROOM

79.5

 

15.7 Barrier Free Built Environment for disabled and elderly persons

 

It has been felt that differently-abled persons need special arrangements in the VCE College premises for their mobility and independent functioning. VCE has architectural barrier free environment that disabled persons find easy for their day-to-day functioning. The college addresses the accessibility relevant issues as per the stipulations of the Persons with Disabilities Act 1995. All the existing infrastructure in the college is disabled-friendly and VCE ensures that the future construction will also be based on the principle of inclusion. The institute has special facilities such as Wheel chairs, Walkers, Lifts, Ramps, Hand Rails, Special Toilets, and other necessary changes to meet the needs of differently-abled persons.

 

15.8 Occupancy Certificate

 

The Occupancy Certificate is available at: https://ABIT.org/wp- content/uploads/2020/11/OCCUPANCY-CERTIFICATE.pdf

 

15.9 Fire and Safety Certificate

 

The Fire and Safety Certificate is available at: https://ABIT.org/wp- content/uploads/2020/11/18-Fire-Safety-Certificate-from-Fire-Safety-Department.pdf

 

15.10 Hostel Facilities

 

The institute has Girls hostel facility. The Girls hostel has 79 Rooms with 3 student per room accommodation, 3 Rooms with 4 students per room accommodation with a total area of 1440 Sqm.

 

These hostels are having the following facilities:

 

  • Internet Facility
  • Cafeteria Facility
  • RO Purified Drinking Water
  • 24X7 Security, CCTV Surveillance,
  • Solar Fencing and In-House Warden
  • A sanitary napkin vending machine and an incinerator are available to maintain health and hygiene
  • Round the clock ambulance service
  • Inward and  the  outward  movements  are  registered  and  allowed  only  with  the  prior information from the parents
  • For fitness of girls along with boys there is a separate high-quality equipment of games,

sports, and gym is provided

  • Anti-Ragging Vigilance
  • Medical & other Facilities at Hostel
  • Resident Doctor
  • 24X7 ambulance facility.
  • MoU with nearest multispecialty emergency hospital.

 

 

15.11 Library

 

15.11.1 Number of Library books/ Titles/ Journals available (program-wise)

 

 

Programm e/Course

 

No. of

Titles

 

No. of

Volumes

No. of National Journals

No. of International Journals

No. of

e-Journals/ Online Journals

No. of e-Book Titles

No. of

e-Book

Volumes

B.Tech. – Engineering

 

9218

 

52169

 

93

 

8

 

225

 

17,68,320

 

 

 

27,29,723

M.Tech. – Engineering

 

1143

 

8631

 

37

 

24

 

177

 

9,61,403

Total

10,361

60,800

130

32

402

27,29,723

MBA

707

6019

06

06

8224

8,11,588

8,11,588

Grand total

11,068

66,819

136

38

8626

35,41,311

35,41,311

 

15.11.3 E- Library facilities

 

The Central Library provides digital content to the user community (students & faculty) for updating their pedagogy and learning beyond curriculum through the library which access of OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue), World e-Book Library (e-Books), NPTEL & SWAYAM web & video courses, SWAYAM Prabha (32 DTH Channel for Education), National Digital Library of India (NDL Club), memberships of DELNET,

 

15.12 Laboratory and Workshop

  • List of Major Equipment/Facilities in each Laboratory/ Workshop
  • List of Experimental Setup in each Laboratory/ Workshop

 

 

 

The details of List of Major Equipment/Facilities in each Laboratory/ Workshop and List of

Experimental Setup in each Laboratory/ Workshop are available at:

http://www.abit.ac.in/academics/

 

15.13 Computing Facilities

 

15.13.1 Internet Bandwidth

 

 

The institute has internet connection with a bandwidth of 450 Mbps.

 

 

15.13.2 Number and configuration of System

 

The institute has a total number of 450 Computers. The distribution of computers along their configuration is shown at: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Computers-

and-Configuration-and-Distribution.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

15.13.3 Total number of system connected by LAN

 

 

All 450 computers of the institute are connected by LAN.

 

15.13.4 Total number of systems connected by WAN

 

 

A total of 250 systems are connected by WAN

 

15.13.5 Major software packages available

 

 

 

The institute has 9 System Software and 40 Application Software. The list of System Software and Application Software are available

 

15.14 Special purpose facilities available –

 

Lecture Video Recording Studio Room, 250 Seating Seminar Hall with Silver Screen and Cinema

Projector and multimedia systems, Video conferencing rooms with A-View software.

 

15.15 Innovation Cell

 

Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) at Anubose Institute of Technology is established to promote and support technology-based entrepreneurship spirit among the graduated and graduating students of ABIT. CIE. ANUBOSE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY wishes to facilitate the creation of ideas and inventions that benefit society.

 

In Incubation program at CIE, we support Innovation and Entrepreneurship aspirants with funding opportunities, mentoring support, nurturing ideas and help these aspirants to start their unique startups and entrepreneurship journey. Our virtual incubator is accessible to all the aspirants and can operate from anywhere in India. In CIE we support Early-stage startups, Mid to large-sized companies with developed ideas by identifying the challenges they are facing and provide proper guidance to get started or scale-up the initiative. Our world-class Mentorship team help our Incubated startups to brainstorm, pitch and reach the desired Goals with increased productivity and impact.

 

In CIE Anubose Institute of Technology, we organize a series of Entrepreneurship Development Workshops and Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps to Identify and guide early-stage ideas and startups with required skills, network and support. We have partnered with WADHWANI Foundation to help our incubated entrepreneurs to network with startups and leaders who are creating an impact in the fields. We received immense guidance, funds and support from DST – NIMAT, MSME, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, IUCEE to help our incubated startups to acquire skills and scale-up their ventures.

 

We have recently partnered with T – Hub and implementing their flagship program (T-Tribe) where we support idea-stage startups, build skills and help entrepreneurship aspirants to get knowledge from basics. Till date, we have many startups who won National and International awards for the Socio Economical Impact they have created under the training and guidance from our Incubation centre.

 

All these success stories help us to stay motivated and help more entrepreneurship aspirants to start their own startup journey.

 

 

15.16 Social Media Cell

 

ABIT College of Engineering is active on various Social Media Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The institute can be reached on social media on the following links.

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABITofficial/

 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABIT_Coll

 

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ABIT-engineering-college-15ab16159/

 

15.17 Compliance of the National Academic Depository (NAD), applicable to PGCM/ PGDM Institutions and University Departments

 

Not Applicable

 

 

15.18 List of facilities available

­­

15.18.1 Games and Sports Facilities

 

Indoor Games and Sports facilities available:

 

 

Name of the game

Total area available in

SQM

 

Nos.

Carroms (Boys & Girls)

90

6 Boards each

Chess (Boys & Girls)

90

5 Boards each

Table Tennis

90

7 Boards each

Shuttle Badminton

609

3 courts

Snookers

150

4 Tables

Gymnasium Boys

133

1

Gymnasium Girls

104

1

Yoga class room

72

1 Room

Student rest rooms

600

8 Rooms

 

Outdoor Games and Sports facilities available:

 

 

Name of the game

Total area available in

SQM

 

No of courts/field

Cricket

3,600

1

Foot Ball

2,200

1

Basketball

540

1

Volleyball

980

3

Throw Ball

360

1

Tennikoit

150

1

Kabbadi

400

1

 

 

15.18.2 Extra-Curricular Activities

 

To provide a common platform for students to explore their inherent talents through extra- curricular activities the following clubs are formed under the Student Affairs division.

 

  1. 1. RAAGA CLUB
  2. 2. NRUTYA CLUB
  3. 3. REFLEXA CLUB
  4. 4. FINE ARTS CLUB
  5. 5. LITERATURE CLUB
  6. 6. GENESIS CLUB
  7. 7. NSS Unit

Student Affairs division continuously organised various events under these clubs for encouraging students talent.

15.18.3 Soft Skill Development Facilities

 

Many of the students enter the portals of the institution are from the first-generation families who look for a job immediate as career option after completion of their graduation. The challenge here is that their eligibility for a campus placement opportunity (the industry expects a minimum of

60% marks at both 10th and 12th standards). The college is totally concern about this. In order

to facilitate the students to improve their academic performance and communication skills the college felt there is need for continuous skill building activity. Accordingly, a dedicated student skill development cell was established in the year 2016. The main objective of the Skill Development Cell is to bridge the gap between academia and industry and train the students on the required skill sets. Students are trained on employability skills to suit the requirement of the industry.

 

The institute hires skilled trainers specialized in various fields related to the requirements of the job market. The students are trained in areas of Aptitude knowledge, Quantitative theory, Soft Skill and Technical Skills. These trainers offer courses for the 2nd and 3rd year students for the semester and the syllabus is designed accordingly to suit the requirement of the job market. Apart from the regular classes, students are also provided the industry related training for 15 days or weekly based on the student’s requirements. Gradually the trainers were taken on rolls and on full time job in order to spare more time and focus for the training and imparting skills. The impact of this shown a gradual increase in the placements due to persistent efforts in preparing and training the students for employability. Most of our students before they graduate, get job offers from companies of repute like, Cap-Gemini, Tata Consultancy Services, Amazon, Salesforce, Wipro and several others.

 

There are several students who opt for the internship; however, the students don’t have a clear idea of how to get the internship and the various assessment processes. Hence, the Student Skill Development Cell assist such students to go through the process and help them to attend and clear the interview. Some of our graduates prefer going for the higher studies in the foreign universities, however, they cannot afford to go without the scholarship. Hence, they need to appear for various test like GRE, TOFEL, PTE, IELTS etc, the trainers also extend helping hand and personal guidance to the desired students for achieving success in the test. The cell also extends its reach to the staff and faculty in aiding to improve their communication and connect with the industry for fetching a professional internship during the semester breaks. Since the Student Skill Development Cell also offers the assistance to the faculty/staff it is named as competency Development Cell (CDC) in the year 2018. The cell is headed by a senior faculty in the capacity associate dean of the institute. The competency development cells focusses on gathering the requirement of students, staff and faculty through various surveys and identify the gaps and offer suitable services for enhancing the competencies of the concerned.

 

 

15.19 Teaching Learning Process

 

15.19.1 Curricula and syllabus for each of the Programmes as approved by the

University

 

Curricula and syllabus for each of the Programmes as approved by the University is available at:

 

https://ABIT.org/courses-syllabus-2/#1543816480150-b57ae533-f97b

 

15.19.2 Academic Calendar of the College

 

 

Academic Calendar of the College is available at: http://www.abit.ac.in/academic-calendar/

 

 

15.19.4 Teaching Load of each Faculty

 

 

Department Wise Teaching Loads are available at:

 

Department of CSE: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/01-CSE.pdf Department of IT: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/02-IT-1.pdf Department of ECE: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/03-ECE.pdf Department of EEE: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/04-EEE-1.pdf Department of ME: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ME.pdf Department of CE: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/06-CE-1.pdf Department of FE: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/07-FE-1.pdf

Department of MBA: https://ABIT.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/08-MBA-1.pdf

 

 

15.19.5 Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place

 

 

ASSESSMENT Assessment Tools

 

The  academic  performance  of  a  student  shall  be  evaluated  course-wise  by  using  the assessment tools as mentioned below:

Table: Assessment Tools for Regular Courses / Project Work (Phase-II)

 

 

Type of Course

Assessment Tools

CIE (30%)

SEE (70%)

CAT1

CAT2

AAT

Practice

Total

Total

Integrated

Course

 

20 Marks

 

20 Marks

 

20 Marks

 

40 Marks

 

100 Marks

 

100 Marks

Theory Course

40 Marks

40 Marks

20 Marks

100 Marks

100 Marks

Practical Course

50 Marks

50 Marks

100 Marks

100 Marks

 

Review1

Review2

Viva-Voce

 

 

Project Work

(Phase – II)

 

40 Marks

 

40 Marks

 

20 Marks

 

 

100 Marks

 

100 Marks

 

 

Table: Assessment Tools for Internship/Mini-Project/Project Work (Phase-I)

 

 

Type of Course

Assessment Tools

CIE (100%)

Review1

Review2

Viva-Voce

Total

Internship

40 Marks

40 Marks

20 Marks

100 Marks

Mini-Project

40 Marks

40 Marks

20 Marks

100 Marks

Project Work

(Phase – I)

 

40 Marks

 

40 Marks

 

20 Marks

 

100 Marks

 

The assessment of Internship/Mini-Project/Project Work (Phase-I)/Project Work (Phase-II) is done through a well-defined rubrics.

 

Passing Standards

 

The passing criterion for various courses is mentioned below:

 

Integrated Courses

 

S.No.

Type of

Assessment Tool

Max. Marks

 

Conditions

 

 

1

CIE    –    Theory

(CAT1+CAT2+AAT)

 

60

A  student  who  secures  less  than  40%  of  marks  (24 marks out of 60) shall not be allowed to SEE

 

2

 

CIE – Practice

 

40

A  student  who  secures  less  than  40%  of  marks  (16 marks out of 40) shall not be allowed to SEE

 

 

 

3

 

CIE+SEE (30%+70%)

 

100

A  minimum  of  40%  of  marks  must  be  secured  to declare as PASS with a minimum of 35% of marks in the

SEE and obtain the assigned credits (Total marks=30% of CIE+ 70% of SEE)

 

Theory

 

S.No.

Type           of

Assessment Tool

Max. Marks

 

Remarks

 

1

CIE (CAT1+CAT2+AAT)

 

100

A student who secures less than 40% of marks shall not be allowed to SEE

 

 

 

2

 

CIE+SEE (30%+70%)

 

100

A minimum of 40% of marks must be secured to declare as PASS with a minimum of 35% of marks in the SEE and obtain the assigned credits(Total marks=30% of CIE+ 70% of SEE)

 

Practical Courses

 

S.No.

Type           of

Assessment Tool

Max. Marks

 

Remarks

 

1

CIE (CAT1+CAT2)

 

100

A student who secures less than 40% of marks shall not be allowed to SEE

 

2

 

CIE+SEE (30%+70%)

 

100

A minimum of 40% of marks must be secured to declare as PASS with a minimum of 35% of marks in the SEE and obtain the assigned credits(Total marks=30% of CIE+ 70% of SEE)

 

 

  • A student shall secure not less than 40% of marks in each and every assessment tool of CIE.
  • If a student fails in SEE then in such an event, he/she shall be provided one opportunity to appear SEE with the same CIE marks in the immediate supplementary semester. The student must get a PASS grade in the said course during the supplementary exam; otherwise he/she shall re-register for the course again and follow the normal rules to obtain the PASS grade.
  • A student who FAILs in obtaining 40% of marks in CIE and those who have not cleared in supplementary examination (Advanced supplementary examinations are exempted) has to

Re-register for the same course. In the event the said course is not offered, the student shall

Register for the equivalent course prescribed by the college.

  • Students are eligible to apply for re-valuation, if he/she fails in semester end examination.

 

 

15.19.6 Students’ assessment of Faculty, System in place

 

 

 

FEEDBACK ON FACULTY

 

 

Feedback on all courses will be collected through online from the students twice in a semester. The first feedback will be collected at the middle of the semester i.e., before first midterm examinations and the second will be collected at the end of the semester. During the first feedback a questionnaire consisting of 5 parameters is adopted and a 10 parameter questionnaire along with feedback on course outcomes is taken at the second feedback.

 

Each parameter is measured based on the rating assigned to it i.e., 5 for Excellent, 4 for Very Good,

3 for Good, 2 for Fair and 1 for Poor. Each parameter average is measured by calculating the average number of students given against each rating. Final feedback of a faculty is measured considering the average rating given against each parameter.

 

Five Parameters used to collect the Feedback at the mid of the semester:

 

  1. Has the Instructor clearly stated the Learning Outcomes of the course?
  2. b. Was the class controlled and discipline maintained?
  3. c. How effective are the communication skills of the Faculty?
  4. Was the Instructor enthusiastic about teaching the class and invited questions and comments from students?
  5. Has the Instructor related course material to real life situations?

 

Ten parameters used to collect the feedback at the end of the semester:

 

  1. Was the class controlled and discipline maintained.
  2. b. How effective were the communication skills.
  3. c. Provides up-to-date information on the topic(s).
  4. Did the faculty use real world examples and cases.
  5. Was the class interactive and doubts were clarified. f.      How was the presentation style of the faculty.
  6. g. Encourages students to solve complex problems in the clas h.     Makes objective and impartial evaluation of assessments.
  7. i. Sincerity and commitment towards academic work.
  8. j. Approachable after class hours for discussion and advic

 

Student Participation Percentage:

 

On an average 80% of the students will be participating in the feedback process.

 

Feedback analysis Process and Corrective Measures:

 

The collected feedback will be analyzed based on the rating given against each parameter of evaluation. Based on the final average of the feedback, corrective measures are taken by:

 

  1. Interacting HOD with the faculty to identify the reasons for not performing well.
  2. Providing further guidance in the subject by available senior faculty / other faculty who taught the same subject.
  3. Deputing faculty to FDPs if required.

 

Faculty who get better feedback will be rewarded by giving more weightage in faculty annual self- appraisal for the consideration of the increment

 

15.20 For each Post Graduate Courses give the following:

  • Title of the Course
  • Curricula and Syllabi
  • Laboratory facilities exclusive to the Post Graduate Course

 

Curricula and Syllabi

 

SNo

Title of the Course

Curricula and Syllabi

 

7.

PG – MBA – MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

https://ABIT.org/wp- content/uploads/2019/11/MBA_R18.pdf

 

15.21 Special Purpose

 

15.21.1 Software, all design tools in case

 

15.21.2 Academic Calendar and frame work

 

 

Academic Calendar of Anubose Institute of Technology is available at:

https://ABIT.org/academic-calendar/

 

Academic Calendar frame work:

 

 

Instruction Period                                      :17 weeks

 

19 weeks

Mid Semester Tests                                    :2 weeks

FIRST SEMESTER (23 weeks)

Preparation & Practical Examinations

1 week

External Examinations

3 weeks

Semester Break

1 week

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER (23 weeks)

Instruction Period                                      :17 weeks

 

19 weeks

Mid Semester Tests                                    :2 weeks

Preparation & Practical Examinations

1 week

External Examinations

3 weeks

Summer Vacation

5 weeks

 

 

  1. Enrollment of students in the last 3 years

 

 

SNo

 

Course

Number of Students Admitted

20192020

20182019

20172018

 

1.

UG – B.Tech. – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

 

64

 

60

 

54

 

2.

UG – B.Tech. – CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

46

 

35

 

13

 

3.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

 

60

 

58

 

6

 

4.

UG – B.Tech. – ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

 

97

 

81

 

48

 

5.

UG – B.Tech. – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

22

 

0

 

10

6.

UG – B.Tech. – MINING ENGINEERING

31

14

0

 

7.

PG – MBA – MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

46

 

12

 

20

 

17.3 Industry Linkage

 

  1. 1. Google Readiness Program
  2. 2. Github Campus Program
  3. 3. BSNL-Regional Telecom Training Centre
  4. 4. NIAR-National Institute of Amateur Radio
  5. 5. Doordarshan Kendra
  6. 6. National Instruments
  7. 7. Vi Solutions
  8. 8. Orient Cements
  9. 9. UltraTech Cements
  10. 10. PRECA Solutions India Pv Ltd.
  11. 11. Santhosh build well Infra Pv Ltd.
  12. 12. R. Technologies
  13. 13. Dreams Structural and Geo – technical Consultants
  14. 14. Adepto Geo-Infomatics Pv Ltd.
  15. 15. Pruthvi Adithya Infra – tech Pv Ltd.
  16. 16. Managalam Consultancy Services
  17. 17. NVLN Constructions Pv Ltd.
  18. 18. Ramco Cements
  19. 19. Dr.Fixit

17.4 MoUs with Industries (minimum 3)

 

 

S. No

Name of the industry

Date

Expected Outcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CodeTantra Tech Solution Pvt.ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24-09-2021

•     Learn   iOS   app   development courses using iOS SDK and relevant Apple technologies.

•     Access   of   sophisticated   and elegant development resources of iOS SDK.

•     Test  and  execute  applications directly on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Share development applications within the team.

 

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

Global Education and careers

Forum

 

 

 

 

18-11-2019

Developing  young  Indians  to  become global citizens.

Facilitating   exchange   of   views   and

knowledge      between     Indian     and international educators

Showcasing Indian youth and Indian’s

Education sector internationally

3.

InPods

18-11-2019

Accreditation Management System

4.

Coherendz India Pvt Ltd

14-11-2019

Online Alumni Network Establishment

 

5.

 

DATRI

 

16-10-2019

To promote the social engagement of the institution and Student’s.

 

 

 

6.

 

 

 

The Indus Entrepreneurs

(TiE) – Hyderabad

 

 

 

27-09-2019

Institutional Charter Membership

Student Memberships

Mentor support

Speaker    /    Workshops    /    Seminar support

Networking with top Entrepreneurs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UiPath Academic Alliance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17-09-2019

To offer UiPath’s RPA Design and

Development Course from December

2019 as per the following initiatives:

a) Assign 1 to 2 educators committed to driving RPA/AI

technologies and helping build

their students’ careers

b) Deliver a minimum of one formal, short or complete

semester class annually

c) Consider including relevant courses (as indicated in course descriptions) in regular

curricula either as required or as an elective (earning credits upon successful completion)

d) Participate in at least 1

Academic event on completion

 

8.

 

Urban Rebox IT Pvt Ltd

 

26-08-2019

To develop Green Campus and Dry

Waste Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indian Technology Congress

Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

02-07-2019

a) Initiating the building and launching of student satellite.

b) Provide opportunities to access to funding the project including the Soft Loan by funding agreement on mutually agreeable terms.

c) Assistance to Patent Filling, Ideas, Innovation, and Productization.

d) Providing access to Resources

for Training & Workshop on Small Satellites, Machine Learning & Al.

e) Start-up based incubation

procedures & utilities.

f)  Seminars/Workshops on the latest emerging Trend in Technology.

 

 

 

 

 

10.

 

 

 

 

 

Machine Intelligence Research

Labs

 

 

 

 

 

 

22-05-2019

To organize the following two international events during 13th to 15th

December 2019.

a) 11th International Conference on Soft Computing and Pattern

recognition (SoCPaR 2019)

b) 9th World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing (NaBIC 2019)

 

11.

 

ORACLE ACADEMY

 

14-05-2019

Academy Software Bundle

Oracle Premier Support

 

12.

 

Risesharp

 

16-01-2019

Improve Student Outcomes, Job

Search, Attract Employers

 

 

 

13.

 

 

 

Idealabs

 

 

 

03-10-2018

Mentor Connect, Boot Camps, Hackathons, Corporate Challenges,

International contests, and etc related to Entrepreneurship Development and

Promotion

 

 

14.

 

Berkadia Services India

Private Limited

 

 

23-08-2018

Develop the JCP Curriculum

Student Training

Conduct for Guest Lectures

Student Recruitment

 

15.

 

Eleven01

 

25-07-2018

Mentor Connect, Boot Camps, Hackathons, Corporate Challenges,

International contests, and etc related

 

 

 

 

 

  1. LoA and subsequent EoA till the current Academic Year

 

LoA and subsequent EoA till the current Academic Year are available at:

http://www.abit.ac.in/aicte/

 

  1. Accounted audited statement for the last three years

 

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  1. Best Practices adopted, if any

 

 

  1. Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE)

 

The entrepreneurship and startup culture are the trend and the government of India has given a huge thrust promoting the culture of innovation and incubation at the higher educational institutions in general and Engineering Colleges in particular. Taking a cue from this the college initiated promoting the culture of innovation and incubation among its students. Accordingly, the college has established a Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) to promote and support the spirit of entrepreneurship among the graduated and graduating students.

 

Entrepreneurship education imparts qualities at individual level such as self-motivation and financial responsibility. In addition, this kind of education empowers people to have self- discipline since entrepreneurship involves taking well calculated risks. People who have gone through this kind of training are able to recognize opportunities. Entrepreneurship education also encourages innovation in the running of organizations.

 

Teaching people innovative ways to make a living enables them to take control of their circumstances. In Tanzania, for example, entrepreneurship education is being used as a tool to empower women. Technically trained women, for example, struggle to find employment in a male dominated domain. The education is aimed at improving their self-confidence and giving them a chance at becoming self-reliant so that they are not totally dependent on employment. This form of education also builds up self-awareness.

 

The CIE wishes to facilitate the creation of ideas and inventions that benefit society. To this end, CIE has established an Incubation center and adopted this Incubation Policy to provide guidance and management structure to facilitate the development of entrepreneurship. The incubation center is registered as separate LLP Firm with name “ABIT Experimental hub Private Limited” and all the incubated firms are registered under ABIT Experimental hub private limited. ABIT Experimental hub Pvt Ltd, under the aegis of CIE ABIT and supported by the institute that funds, mentors and nurtures ideas, startups and entrepreneurs. Virtual incubates can operate from anywhere in India. Incubation center supports:

 

 

  • Early stage startups
  • Mid to large sized companies with developed ideas
  • Mentors to help our startups

 

Primarily the aim of this training is to enable creation of employment as unemployment is a rampant problem in many societies. Entrepreneurship education aims at empowering people to create employment opportunities. Small and Medium Enterprises account for half the private workforce in India. Most people seeking employment depend on entrepreneurs to embark on new ventures and hire them.

Entrepreneurship Activities on campus

 

Various Activities were organized regularly to encourage and  support students  and faculty members.

 

Frequency of the activities is weekly, monthly and annually.

 

  1. Entrepreneurship Talk series
  2. Entrepreneurship Awareness camps
  3. Ideation camp
  4. Business Development Boot camps
  5. Visit to startups
  6. Faculty development workshops
  7. Establishment of Entrepreneurship development cell
  8. Organized E-Summit 2018 in the college

 

Start-ups like Utor AI, GRAD, Acads360 India, Strada Technologies, FATCAT and Aakriti were a few start-ups that emerged here and the journey of entrepreneurship continues very promisingly. The college is hopeful to take this initiative in a big way with the support of EDI, MSME, and Government of India.

 

  1. Student Skill Development Cell (Competency Development Cell)

 

Many of the students enter the portals of the institution are from the first-generation families who look for a job immediate as career option after completion of their graduation. The challenge here is that their eligibility for a campus placement opportunity (the industry expects a minimum of

60% marks at both 10th and 12th standards). The college is totally concern about this. In order to facilitate the students to improve their academic performance and communication skills the college felt there is need for continuous skill building activity. Accordingly, a dedicated student skill development cell was established in the year 2016. The main objective of the Skill Development Cell is to bridge the gap between academia and industry and train the students on the required skill sets. Students are trained on employability skills to suit the requirement of the industry.

 

The institute hires skilled trainers specialized in various fields related to the requirements of the job market. The students are trained in areas of Aptitude knowledge, Quantitative theory, Soft Skill and Technical Skills. These trainers offer courses for the 2nd and 3rd year students for the semester and the syllabus is designed accordingly to suit the requirement of the job market. Apart from the regular classes, students are also provided the industry related training for 15 days or weekly based on the student’s requirements. Gradually the trainers were taken on rolls and on full time job in order to spare more time and focus for the training and imparting skills. The impact of this shown a gradual increase in the placements due to persistent efforts in preparing and training the students for employability. Most of our students before they graduate, get job offers from companies of repute like, Cap-Gemini, Tata Consultancy Services, Amazon, Salesforce, Wipro and several others.

 

There are several students who opt for the internship; however, the students don’t have a clear idea of how to get the internship and the various assessment processes. Hence, the Student Skill Development Cell assist such students to go through the process and help them to attend and

clear the interview. Some of our graduates prefer going for the higher studies in the foreign universities, however, they cannot afford to go without the scholarship. Hence, they need to appear for various test like GRE, TOFEL, PTE, IELTS etc, the trainers also extend helping hand and personal guidance to the desired students for achieving success in the test. The cell also extends its reach to the staff and faculty in aiding to improve their communication and connect with the industry for fetching a professional internship during the semester breaks. Since the Student Skill Development Cell also offers the assistance to the faculty/staff it is named as competency Development Cell (CDC) in the year 2018. The cell is headed by a senior faculty in the capacity associate dean of the institute. The competency development cell focusses on gathering the requirement of students, staff and faculty through various surveys and identifies the gaps and offer suitable services for enhancing the competencies of the concerned.

 

III. Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS)

 

Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) is a unique program offered by the college in which teams of undergraduate students’ design, build and deploy the real systems to solve engineering-based problems for local community. EPICS programme was initiated by Purdue University of the United States. The main objective of EPICS is to expose student to address the societal issues and to make the students socially responsible by finding and providing viable solutions for the problems stated by the community partners. EPICS faculty has been mentored by Purdue University Professor, Dr. William Oakes, who is the founder of EPICS program at Purdue University. The EPICS in IEEE program connects engineering with community service in four categories of community improvement effort:

 

  • Access and Abilities – By bringing together student branches at universities, secondary students and nonprofit organizations, there is a greater ability to solve accessibility issues within communities. EPICS in IEEE Access and Abilities projects help enable adaptive services, clinics for those in need (such as children with disabilities), programs for adults and assistive technologies.
  • Education and  Outreach  –  EPICS  in  IEEE  strives  to  help  young  students  to discover the benefits of science, math, technology and engineering for their futures. Many projects give students hands-on experiences in order to stimulate their interests in those fields.
  • Environment – Many EPICS in IEEE projects concern themselves with new ways to create electricity and energy, recycling and the use of renewable energy sources. Through these EPICS in IEEE projects, young students learn about the impact of environmental issues and how engineering can be part of the solution. They also gain exposure to potential jobs with a growing demand for alternative energy and environmental solutions.
  • Human Services – Through their experiences in Human Services EPICS in IEEE projects, students find connections between engineering and the tremendous scope of community needs globally. This includes homelessness prevention, affordable housing, family and children agencies, neighborhood revitalization and local government.

This program became popular among the students as it gives more exposure to them and also establish connect with community and an opportunity to solve their problems with the application engineering.

A team of 15 college faculty members from various departments have enrolled in this program voluntarily to be the mentors for the students. These 15 faculty members have successfully completed the Design Thinking Course which is a six months course. In the month of April 2018, the college has signed an MOU with IEEE and EPICS in Purdue to introduce this EPICS course in the curriculum.

 

Eleven modules of Social Innovation and Engineering Explorations courses were successfully implemented so far to the students. As a part of pilot program, prototyping is also being done since 2017-18. The implementation phase has started and as a part of it five different projects and process are successfully completed. Thus, the EPICS included in the curriculum from the academic year and it profoundly helps in attaining the desired graduate attributes expected from the undergraduate engineering students of the institution.

 

  1. IV. Innovative Teaching to achieve Program Outcomes

 

Innovative teaching is necessity for all teachers in order to meet the educational needs of the new generations. The purpose of education is not just making a student literate, but adds rationale thinking, knowledge, ability and self-sufficiency. The college practices Outcomes-based Education (OBE) approach in all aspect of TLP. Faculty members of the college use innovative teaching methods and techniques to fulfill the needs of OBE system. Some pedagogical initiatives used include role-playing, case studies, group projects, think-pair-share, peer teaching, debates, Just- in-Time Teaching, and short demonstrations followed by class discussion. The primary purpose of this practice being followed is to practice Student Centric Learning and strengthen technical Skills through Course-end projects and interdisciplinary projects and usage of Technology in teaching learning practices.

 

Active learning has enhanced the team spirit, learning capabilities and technical skills of the student. It created an environment to think more about technology, research and societal problems and find a solution for the problems around them, which also created a responsibility towards addressing the societal problems. Many of the students are part of research projects leading to patents, publications, startup ideas and few startups are initiated in the campus related to day- to-day student life problems. The proactive involvement in course-based projects enhanced the team spirit and motivated towards participation in National and State level competitions as well. The students’ success rate improved and this is reflected in quality and statistics of the placements. The employer’s feedback is a clear testimony of this claim. The students opting for international studies are able to come up with good grades and involve in research because of the self and interactive learning aptitude.

 

  1. V. Online Student Feedback System

 

The college has a robust Online Student Feedback System (OSFS). OSFS is a web application which provides a base to conduct student’s feedback online. Transparency and precision are the hallmarks of this system without any room for tampering. Feedback from students allows the institution to evaluate how its service provision is viewed by its most important stakeholders. This system was initiated to override the problems that the students face in the institution. The students, in a convenient, consistent and anonymous manner can submit their feedback about the faculty, the facilities and the courses offered to them during their period of their study. This system approaches all about institutional and educational practices and processes that are taken into consideration and the student’s concerns of the level of the knowledge they receive. This procedure ensures that there is a good and cordial relationship between the students learning environment and the teachers. This has been very effective in identifying the issues related to curriculum and facilities successfully.

 

The results of the student feedback process, as well as the recommendations and the action taken are important considerations for the program review which each department is required to undertake. Online Feedback System has been instrumental in gathering the required information form students about the faculty, facilities and courses. It has also been an effective quality checking device that provides scope for improvement in various sections, thus enabling a positive learning environment for the students.

 

However, a few problems have been encountered which are divergent in terms of gathering productive feedback. In some instances, a few students were found to be deviating from what was required of them and in few other cases of students are not providing exact feedback and also showing low levels of interest were also registered. Overall this system implemented with great transparency and feedback taken was reviewed seriously and necessary corrective actions were also taken for improvement.

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