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DVV Clarifications

 

                                                 EXTENDED PROFILE

Extended ID Affected Metrics    
1.1

2.2.1 ,5.1.3 ,1.2.2 ,5.1.1 ,4.3.2 ,1.3.2

1.1(1) Admission approval for the last five years
1.1(2) Certified list of students for the last five years
2.1 3.3.1 ,3.3.2 2.1 Certified list of full-time teachers(without repeat count) for the assessment period
2.2 2.2.1 ,6.3.3 ,6.3.2 ,2.4.2 ,2.4.1 2.2 Year-wise certified list of full-time teachers for the assessment period
3.1 4.4.1 ,4.1.2 3.1 Expenditure including and excluding salary component year wise during the last five years

 

CRITERION-1 :Curricular Aspects

1.2: Academic Flexibility 1.2.1: Number of Certificate/Value added courses offered and online courses of MOOCs,SWAYAM, NPTEL etc.
1.2.1(1) Documents related to certificate programes for A.Y 2022-23
1.2.1(2) Documents related to certificate programes for A.Y 2021-22
1.2.1(3) Documents related to certificate programes for A.Y 2020-21
1.2.1(4) Documents related to certificate programes for A.Y 2019-20
1.2.1(5) Documents related to certificate programes for A.Y 2018-19
1.2.2 Percentage of students enrolled in Certificate/Value added courses offered and online courses of MOOCs,SWAYAM, NPTEL etc. as against the totla number of students during the last five years
1.2.2(1) List of students enrolled in the offered certificate programs,attendance sheets and model certificates during A.Y-2022-23
1.2.2(2) List of students enrolled in the offered certificate programs,attendance sheets and model certificates during A.Y-2021-22
1.2.2(3) List of students enrolled in the offered certificate programs,attendance sheets and model certificates during A.Y-2020-21
1.2.2(4) List of students enrolled in the offered certificate programs,attendance sheets and model certificates during A.Y-2019-20
1.2.2(5) List of students enrolled in the offered certificate programs,attendance sheets and model certificates during A.Y-2018-19
1.3: Curriculum Enrichment 1.3.2: Percentage of students undertaking project work/field work/ internships
1.3.2(1) List of Students undertaken project work/field work/Internships
1.3.2(2) Documents related to Project work
1.3.2(3) Documents related to student undertaken Internships
1.4: Feedback System 1.4.1: Institution obtains feedback on the academic performance and ambience of the institution from various stakeholders, such as Students, Teachers, Employers, Alumni etc.and action taken report on the feedback is made available on institutional website.
1.4.1(1) Sample filled feedback forms
1.4.1(2) Feedback analysis
1.4.1(3) Action taken report
1.4.1(4) Communication with Affiliating University

 

CRITERION-2 :Teaching Learning and Evaluation

2.1: Student Enrollment and Profile 2.1.1 Enrollment percentage
2.1.1(1) AICTE/PCI approvals for last five years
2.1.1(2) List of Enrolled Students in A.Y 2022-23
2.1.1(3) List of Enrolled Students in A.Y 2021-22
2.1.1(4) List of Enrolled Students in A.Y 2020-21
2.1.1(5) List of Enrolled Students in A.Y 2019-20
2.1.1(6) List of Enrolled Students in A.Y 2018-19
2.1.2 Percentage of seats filled against reserved categories (SC, ST, OBC etc.) as per applicable reservation policy for the first year admission during the last five years
2.1.2(1) G.O. related to reservation policy
2.1.2(2) List of Enrolled Students against reserved category during A.Y 2022-23
2.1.2(3) List of Enrolled Students against reserved category during A.Y 2021-22
2.1.2(4) List of Enrolled Students against reserved category during A.Y 2020-21
2.1.2(5) List of Enrolled Students against reserved category during  A.Y 2019-20
2.1.2(6) List of Enrolled Students against reserved category during  A.Y 2018-19
2.1.2(7) Admission Extract
2.1.2(8) Documents related to additional intake
2.2: Student Teacher Ratio 2.2.1 Student – Full time Teacher Ratio
2.2.1(1) List of Full-time teachers in A.Y. 2022-23
2.2.1(2) List of Students data in A.Y. 2022-23
2.4: Teacher Profile and Quality 2.4.1: Percentage of full-time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years
2.4.1 Sanctioned Letters indicating the number of posts
2.4.2: Percentage of full time teachers with NET/SET/SLET/ Ph. D./D.Sc. / D.Litt./L.L.D. during the last five years (consider only highest degree for count)
2.4.2(1) List of full time teachers with Ph. D. / SLET with their e-copies of Ph. D. / SLET in A.Y. 2022-23
2.4.2(2) List of full time teachers with Ph. D. / SLET with their e-copies of Ph. D. / SLET in A.Y. 2021-22
2.4.2(3) List of full time teachers with Ph. D. / SLET with their e-copies of Ph. D. / SLET in A.Y. 2020-21
2.4.2(4) List of full time teachers with Ph. D. / SLET with their e-copies of Ph. D. / SLET in A.Y. 2019-20
2.4.2(5) List of full time teachers with Ph. D. / SLET with their e-copies of Ph. D. / SLET in A.Y. 2018-19
2.6: Student Performance and Learning Outcomes 2.6.3: Pass percentage of Students during last five years (excluding backlog students)
2.6.3(1) Result analysis along with Result sheet published by the University for the A.Y.2022-23
2.6.3(2) Result analysis along with Result sheet published by the University for the A.Y.2021-22
2.6.3(3) Result analysis along with Result sheet published by the University for the A.Y.2020-21
2.6.3(4) Result analysis along with Result sheet published by the University for the A.Y.2019-20
2.6.3(5) Result analysis along with Result sheet published by the University for the A.Y.2018-19

 

CRITERION-3 :Research Innovations and Extension

3.1: Resource Mobilization for Research 3.1.1: Grants received from Government and non-governmental agencies for research projects / endowments in the institution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)
3.1.1(1) Certified list of grants along with the e-copies of sanction letters
3.1.1(2) CA certified utilization certificate
3.2: Innovation Ecosystem 3.2.2: Number of workshops/seminars/conferences including on Research Methodology,Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and entrepreneurship conducted during the last five years
3.2.2(1) Documents related to Seminars /Workshops organized during the A.Y 2022-23
3.2.2(2) Documents related to Seminars /Workshops organized during the A.Y 2021-22
3.2.2(3) Documents related to Seminars /Workshops organized during the A.Y 2020-21
3.2.2(4) Documents related to Seminars /Workshops organized during the A.Y 2019-20
3.2.2(5) Documents related to Seminars /Workshops organized during the A.Y 2018-19
3.3: Research Publications and Awards 3.3.1: Number of research papers published per teacher in the Journals notified on UGC care list during the last five years
3.3.1 Data template
3.3.2: Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers published in national/ international conference proceedings per teacher during last five years
3.3.2(1) Data template by including the column "weblink of books"
3.3.2(2) e-copies of first page, content page and participation of conferences during the assessment period
3.4: Extension Activities 3.4.3: Number of extension and outreach programs conducted by the institution through organized forums including NSS/NCC with involvement of community during the last five years.
3.4.3(1) Documents related to organized extension activities during A.Y 2022-23
3.4.3(2) Documents related to organized extension activities during A.Y 2021-22
3.4.3(3) Documents related to organized extension activities during A.Y 2020-21
3.4.3(4) Documents related to organized extension activities during A.Y 2019-20
3.4.3(5) Documents related to organized extension activities during A.Y 2018-19
3.5: Collaboration 3.5.1: Number of functional MoUs/linkages with institutions/ industries in India and abroad for internship, on-the-job training, project work, student / faculty exchange and collaborative research during the last five years.
3.5.1(1) Certified list of collaborative activities along with e-copies of MoUs established in A.Y 2022-23
3.5.1(2) Certified list of collaborative activities along with e-copies of MoUs established in A.Y 2021-22
3.5.1(3) Certified list of collaborative activities along with e-copies of MoUs established in A.Y 2020-21
3.5.1(4) Certified list of collaborative activities along with e-copies of MoUs established in A.Y 2019-20
3.5.1(5) Certified list of collaborative activities along with e-copies of MoUs established in A.Y 2018-19

 

CRITERION-4 :Infrastructure and Learning Resources

4.1: Physical Facilities 4.1.2: Expenditure for infrastructure development and augmentation, excluding salary year wise during last five years (INR in lakhs)
4.1.2 Expenditure
4.3: IT Infrastructure 4.3.2: Student – Computer ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year)
4.3.2(1) Student-Computer Ratio
4.3.2(2) Invoices of the Computers
4.3.2(3) Stock Register Entry by highlighting the quantity of the purchased computers
4.4: Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure 4.4.1: Percentage expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support facilities excluding salary component, during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)
4.4.1 Expenditure

 

CRITERION-5 :Student Support and Progression

5.1: Student Support 5.1.1: Percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the institution, government and non-government bodies, industries, individuals, philanthropists during the last five years
5.1.1(1) Certified list of students benefitted by Government scholarships and Institutional freeships during A.Y 2022-23
5.1.1(2) Certified list of students benefitted by Government scholarships and Institutional freeships during A.Y 2021-22
5.1.1(3) Certified list of students benefitted by Government scholarships and Institutional freeships during A.Y 2020-21
5.1.1(4) Certified list of students benefitted by Government scholarships and Institutional freeships during A.Y 2019-20
5.1.1(5) Certified list of students benefitted by Government scholarships and Institutional freeships during A.Y 2018-19
5.1.1(6) Policy Document on Institutional Freeships
5.1.2: Following capacity development and skills enhancement activities are organised for improving students’ capability
5.1.2(1) Documents related to organised soft-skills programmes during Assessment period
5.1.2(2) Documents related to organised language and communication skills during Assessment period
5.1.2(3) Documents related to organised life-skills programmes during Assessment period
5.1.2(4) Documents related to organised ICT/Computing skills programmes during Assessment period
5.1.2(5) Institutional weblink redirecting to the capacity building and skill enhancement programs
5.1.3: Percentage of students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career counseling offered by the Institution during the last five years
5.1.3(1) Documents related to guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling during A.Y 2022-23
5.1.3(2) Documents related to guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling during A.Y 2021-22
5.1.3(3) Documents related to guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling during A.Y 2020-21
5.1.3(4) Documents related to guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling during A.Y 2019-20
5.1.3(5) Documents related to guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling during A.Y 2018-19
5.1.3(6) List of participants for the last five years
5.1.4: The institution adopts the following for redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases
5.1.4(1) Minutes of Anti ragging committee
5.1.4(2) Minutes of Women Empowerment grievance Redressal committee
5.1.4(3) Minutes of Grievance Redressal cell
5.1.4(4) Sample filled undertaking forms
5.1.4(5) Weblink for online grievance cell
5.1.4(6) Institutional weblink redirecting to the minutes of committees
5.2: Student Progression 5.2.1: Percentage of placement of outgoing students and students progressing to higher education during the last five years
5.2.1(1) Placement cell annual report along with Offer letters of the placed students and list of students enrolled in higher education during A.Y 2022-23
5.2.1(2) Placement cell annual report along with Offer letters of the placed students and list of students enrolled in higher education during A.Y 2021-22
5.2.1(3) Placement cell annual report along with Offer letters of the placed students and list of students enrolled in higher education during A.Y 2020-21
5.2.1(4) Placement cell annual report along with Offer letters of the placed students and list of students enrolled in higher education during A.Y 2019-20
5.2.1(5) Placement cell annual report along with Offer letters of the placed students and list of students enrolled in higher education during A.Y 2018-19
5.2.1(6) Institutional tie-ups and mail communication
5.2.2: Percentage of students qualifying in state/national/ international level examinations during the last five years
5.2.2(1) List of students with E-copies of qualifying certificates in A.Y 2022-23
5.2.2(2) List of students with E-copies of qualifying certificates in A.Y 2021-22
5.2.2(3) List of students with E-copies of qualifying certificates in A.Y 2020-21
5.2.2(4) List of students with E-copies of qualifying certificates in A.Y 2019-20
5.2.2(5) List of students with E-copies of qualifying certificates in A.Y 2018-19
5.3: Student Participation and Activities 5.3.1: Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/ cultural activities at University / state/ national / international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years
5.3.1(1) List of students with E-copies of award letters for A.Y. 2022-23
5.3.1(2) List of students with E-copies of award letters for A.Y. 2021-22
5.3.1(3) List of students with E-copies of award letters for A.Y. 2020-21
5.3.1(4) List of students with E-copies of award letters for A.Y. 2019-20
5.3.1(5) List of students with E-copies of award letters for A.Y. 2018-19
5.3.2: Average number of sports and cultural programs in which students of the Institution participated during last five years (organised by the institution/other institutions)
5.3.2(1) Documents related to sports and cultural competitions organised in the institution and e-copies of participation certificates in other institutions in A.Y  2022-23
5.3.2(2) Documents related to sports and cultural competitions organised in the institution and e-copies of participation certificates in other institutions in A.Y  2021-22
5.3.2(3) Documents related to sports and cultural competitions organised in the institution and e-copies of participation certificates in other institutions in A.Y  2020-21
5.3.2(4) Documents related to sports and cultural competitions organised in the institution and e-copies of participation certificates in other institutions in A.Y  2019-20
5.3.2(5) Documents related to sports and cultural competitions organised in the institution and e-copies of participation certificates in other institutions in A.Y 2018-19
5.3.2(6) Year wise certified list of events along with the list of participants during the assessment period

 

CRITERION-6 :Governance,Leadership and Management

6.2: Strategy Development and Deployment 6.2.2: Institution implements e-governance in its operations
6.2.2(1) Policy on e-governance
6.2.2(2) Invoices
6.2.2(3) Screenshots 
6.2.2(4) ERP Document
6.2.2(5) Annual e-governance Report
6.2.2(6) Institutional expenditure statement
6.3: Faculty Empowerment Strategies 6.3.2: Percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years
6.3.2(1) Policy Document on financial support
6.3.2(2) List of Fulltime Teachers Benifited by Financial Support with their Sanction Letters A.Y-2022-23
6.3.2(3) List of Fulltime Teachers Benifited by Financial Support with their Sanction Letters A.Y-2021-22
6.3.2(4) List of Fulltime Teachers Benifited by Financial Support with their Sanction Letters A.Y-2020-21
6.3.2(5) List of Fulltime Teachers Benifited by Financial Support with their Sanction Letters A.Y-2019-20
6.3.2(6) List of Fulltime Teachers Benifited by Financial Support with their Sanction Letters A.Y-2018-19
6.3.2(7) Audited Statement by highlighting the financial support
6.3.3: Percentage of teaching and non-teaching staff participating in Faculty development Programmes (FDP), Management Development Programmes (MDPs) professional development /administrative training programs during the last five years
6.3.3(1) Certified list of full-time teachers participated in FDPs along with the e-copies of participation certificates for the A.Y.2022-23
6.3.3(2) Certified list of full-time teachers participated in FDPs along with the e-copies of participation certificates for the A.Y-2021-22
6.3.3(3) Certified list of full-time teachers participated in FDPs along with the e-copies of participation certificates for the A.Y-2020-21
6.3.3(4) Certified list of full-time teachers participated in FDPs along with the e-copies of participation certificates for the A.Y-2019-20
6.3.3(5) Certified list of full-time teachers participated in FDPs along with the e-copies of participation certificates for the A.Y-2018-19
6.3.3(6) Annual Report highlighting the programs undertaken by the teaching faculties and non-teaching staff.
6.5: Internal Quality Assurance System 6.5.2: Quality assurance initiatives of the institution
6.5.2(1) Minutes of IQAC
6.5.2(2) Feedback Collected and Analysis and Action taken Report
6.5.2(3) List of Collaborative activities along with the e-copies of Collaborations with other Institutions
6.5.2(4) Academic & Administrative Audit
6.5.2(5) ISO Certificate

 

CRITERION-7 :Institutional Values and Best Practices

7.1: Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities 7.1.2: The Institution has facilities and initiatives
7.1.2(1) Geo-Tagged Photographs of solar energy conservation, lift, ramp, rain water harvesting, waste management, disabled friendly washrooms etc.
7.1.2(2) Invoices
7.1.2(3) MoUs For Solid and e-Waste Management
7.1.2(4) Circulars for No Entry of Automobiles and Ban on Use of Plastic
7.1.2(5) Scribe Letters
7.1.2(6) Policy Documents of Green Campus, Divyangjan Facilities, Solid and e-waste Management
7.1.3: Quality audits on environment and energy regularly undertaken by the Institution. The institutional environment and energy initiatives are confirmed through
7.1.3(1) Policy for Energy Utilization and Environment
7.1.3(2) Green Audit report
7.1.3(3) Environment audit Report
7.1.3(4) Energy audit Report
7.1.3(5) Document Related to Clean and Green Campus Initiatives
7.1.3(6) Document related to Environment Promotion Activities beyond Campus
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Building Plans---Click here

Administration Building

 

S&H Block

 

EEE Building

 

MECH Lab - East

 

MECH Workshops

 

MECH Lab West 

 

MECH Building

 

ECE Block

 

CSE Building

 

IT Building

 

AC Auditorium

 

Library Building

 

PG Courses Block

 

Amenities Building

 Boys Hostel Building

 

Girls Hostel Building

 

Canteen

 

Generator Room 

 

Gymnasium Building

 

Parking Structure

 

 

 

 

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OBJECTIVES :

The main objective of the solid waste management system in the campus is to promote the Environment Management and Conservation in the College Campus. The purpose of the current available system is

• To identify, quantify, describe and prioritize framework of Environment Sustainability in compliance with the applicable regulations, policies and standards.

• To introduce and aware students to real concerns of environment and its sustainability

• To secure the environment and cut down the threats posed to human health by analyzing the pattern and extent of resource use on the campus.

• To establish a baseline data to assess future sustainability by avoiding the interruptions in environment that are more difficult to handle and their corrections requires high cost.

• To bring out a status report on environmental compliance.

 21-22 Report

 

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3 2019-20 Click Here
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