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  • 1. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS CUM ADMISSION BROCHUREPROSPECTUS CUM ADMISSION BROCHURE 2013-142013-142013-14
  • 2. v ........................................................................................................ v Academic Divisions/School ............................................................................. 16 v Sponsored R&D Projects.................................................................................... 29 v Special Programmes .......................................................................................... 29 v Advanced Centers ............................................................................................. 29 v Central Facilities ............................................................................................... 32 v Co-Curricular Activities .................................................................................... 35 v Training and Placement .................................................................................... 43 v NSIT Administration ........................................................................................ 45 v Administrative Officers .................................................................................... 54 v Post Graduate Courses ....................................................................................... 56 v Ph.D. Programs .................................................................................................. 58 v U.G. Scholarship ............................................................................................... 60 v Admission Information Brochure .......................................................................1-40 Introduction 01 CONTENTS INSTITUTE’S PROFILE PART - I PART - II
  • 3. PROSPECTUS 2013 - 14 NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (Affiliated to University of Delhi) An Autonomous Institution of Govt. of NCT of Delhi Azad Hind Fauj Marg, Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078 Tel: 25099038-42, 25099050, fax.25099022 Website: http://www.nsit.ac.in A publication containing information regarding admissions 2013-14 : Not to be construed as a legal document PART - I
  • 4. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose - Towering personality of IndiaNetaji Subhas Chandra Bose - Towering personality of India
  • 5. INSTITUTE PROFILEINSTITUTE PROFILE
  • 6. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-20144 PRESIDENT OF THE NSIT SOCIETY lR;eso t;rs HIS EXCELLENCY NAJEEB JUNG Hon'ble Lt. Governor, Govt. of NCT of Delhi
  • 7. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 5 CHAIRMAN, GENERAL COUNCIL, NSIT DR. ASHOK KUMAR WALIA Hon'ble Minister for Higher Education & TTE Govt. of NCT of Delhi PROF. B. N. MISHRA Chairman Board of Governors, NSIT SHRI DEEPAK MOHAN SPOLIA Chief Secretary Govt. of NCT of Delhi SHRI RAJENDRA KUMAR IAS, Secretary - TTE Govt. of NCT of Delhi
  • 8. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-20146 From the Director's Desk..... Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology Biotechnology and have intentions of exploring (NSIT), formerly known as Delhi Institute of the domains of Nano-Technology and Technology Technology (DIT), began its exciting journey onto Management too. The Institute is housed in a the path of Education and Research in Science and beautifully landscaped campus sprawling over Technology in 1983. At its inception, the Institute 145acresofland,completewithallfacilities. was conceived to impart higher education in the Within a span of 30 years, NSIThas carved emerging and rapidly developing fields of a niche for itself in the industry and academia, Technology namely, Electronics, Communi- nationally and internationally. NSIT has a well cation, Computing, Instrumentation and laid down 'Profile of Growth' emphasizing a Manufacturing processes. Expanding our strong commitment for achieving excellence in horizons and keeping abreast of the latest technical education and research and is likely to be developments, we have already forayed into the becominga`University'inthenearfuture. fields of Information Technology and Overtheyears,NSIThas continuedtoreceive
  • 9. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 7 prominent position among various national are actively involved in a number of collaborative surveys and reports published by reputed R&D projects withanumberof Industries. magazines. It is very heartening to note that the To give further stimulus to Research, th Dataquest CMR Survey has ranked NSIT as 9 in Development, Innovation and Creativity, NSIT the year 2012 among the Top 100 T-Schools of has established advanced Centers of Excellence India. Furthermore, the placement record of the withineachDivision. Institute is one of the best among the Engineering The Institute recognizes that co-curricular Colleges in the country Dataquest – CMR Survey activities are an essential component of education th hasrankedNSIT5 intheyear2012 inthisrespect. that shapes them into worthy citizens. Students are It is matter of pride to point out that encouraged to organize and participate in a range faculty members of NSIT have been very actively of creative technical and cultural activities that tap involved in research, have been acting as their resourcefulness and enhance their leadership Reviewers, Associate Editors or Editors of over skillsthroughvariousannualprograms. 100 International Journals of repute and have Realising our responsibility and collaborative R and D programs with reputed commitment towards the society and sensitizing Universities abroad. Over 700 research papers the students to the needs of the less privileged have been published in refereed International sections of the society. NSITcontinues to organize journals and in addition several hundred in special skills oriented training programs for the national /International conferences by its faculty weaker sections of the society under our members. The NSIT students are also not lagging Continuing Education Program (CEP) and Special behind. Every year, a number of students have ComponentProgram(SCP). been succeeding in publishing research papers in I congratulate all the students who have International Journals or winning awards for their proven their merit and have succeeded in being innovative designs/projects at International admitted to NSIT in the current academic year in levels, besides completing their formal BE degree different Engineering streams. I extend a very requirements. warm welcome and wish all success to the newly NSIT has already signed Memorandum of admitted students in their endeavor to become Understanding (MOA) with over a dozen professionals of the highest caliber in their chosen organizations, Institutes and Universities of global fields. repute with the aim of undertaking such collaborative activities, which may include- Prof. Raj Senanistudent internship programs, faculty exchange and Directorcollaborative R and D. NSIT faculty and students
  • 10. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 8 1. INTRODUCTION To meet the growing demand for manpower in the field of high level Engineering and Technology, the then Delhi Administration, with the approval of the Ministry of Human resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, established a new College of Engineering by the name Delhi Institute of Technology (DIT) in July 1983. The Institute started functioning as Government Department and was later on converted into an administratively autonomous Institution in 1987. The responsibility of the governance has been entrusted to the Board of Governors. In the birth centenary year of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the Institute was renamed as Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology rd (NSIT) on 23 January1997. The campus is beautifully landscaped in a sprawling 145 acres of land at Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078, complete with all facilities including facility and staff residences, Hostels, Cooperative Mess, Sports Complex, Banks, Post Office, kiosks and guest house and other amenities. It is a fully residential complex including academic and administrative blocks, library, hostels, and staff/faculty houses, sports grounds, shopping complex,guesthouse,banks andpost office.
  • 11. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 9 1.1. VISION 1.2 MISSION 1.3 OBJECTIVES OFTHEINSTITUTE l To be a world class Institution through excellence in Technical education, research and technologytransfer. l To promote Undergraduate and postgraduates education, Continuing education, Training and Research in Engineering, Applied Sciences, Management Science, Humanities and SocialScienceswithmulti-levelentry; l To be an Institute of Co-operative program of Education with industries and R&D organizationforofferingtailor-madecourses; l To become a Research Institution with focus on “Technology Transfer” & “Product Development”; l To support a Science and Technology Entrepreneurship park to nucleate the “Technology Transfer”program. 1. To provide for excellencein instructions at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels and to undertake and sponsor research in such branches of engineering and technology, applied sciences and management sciences, as the Institute may think fit, and for the advancement of learning and dissemination of knowledge in such branches according to the provisions thereof in the rules and regulations of the Institute with primary emphasis on emerging Technologies; 2. To setup ScienceandTechnologyPark; 3. To organizeandundertakeextramuralteachingandextensionservices; 4. To undertakeindustrialR&Dandconsultancy; 5. To lend support in identifying and starting small-scale industries around the Institute throughEntrepreneurshipprogrammes; 6. To undertaketechnologytransferprogrammes&ProductDevelopment; 7. To conduct suitable programmes for effectively utilizing the built - in infrastructure facilities attheInstitute; 8. To establish linkages for teaching and research programmes between the Institute, Industry, R & D Organizations and other Universities/Institutes of higher technical education in India/abroad; 9. To enrichmental,spiritual,cultural,andphysicalpotentialitiesof thestudents; 10. To enthuseasense of valuesworthy of thedemocraticnorms of India.
  • 12. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 10 1.4 STUDENT'SACTIVITIES 1. A six-member team from the college participated in the NASA Moonbuggy Competition held at Huntsville in USAinApril 2012.The organizers at NASAwere so impressed with the vehicle that they retained it for permanent display at the exhibition at the US Space and Rocket Centre in Huntsville, AL, USA and also awarded the team with a cash prize for the same. 2. NSITians performance in Google Summer of code (GSoc) Googles flagship program to support open source organizations has been nothing short of spectacular over the years. Each of the 7 students selected in GSOC 2010 shall be working under the guidance of world classmentorsandshallbeawardedastipendof $ 5000 each. 3. Ateam of 3 Students from NSIT won the Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz, organized by th the Embassy of Sweden in Delhi on 7 November 2009. The students from NSIT beat team from colleges in Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi. As the winners of the first position, they were awarded certificates and a trip of Sweden, sponsored by the Swedish Embassy. TheNSITQuizteamsachievementwas reportedintheHindustanTimesNewspaper. 4. NSITians have brought laurels to the Institute by going to renowned Graduate schools for researchlikeMIT,GeorgiaInstituteofTechnology,CarnegieMellonUniversity,Stanford 5. Students from NSIT have displayed a versatile talent by bagging significant number of seats in reputed business schools every year. Some of them are Harvard, Kellogg Business School,INSEAD andinalltheIIMS. 6. Virtual Mini Baja event was hosted at NSIT on October 12-13,2009. Here in more than 50 teamsfromnationwideparticipated. 7. NSIT Motorsports is a pioneering team from NSIT to venture out into the arena of vehicle design. The team has come together from different disciplines of engineering to pursue a common passion for automobiles.They are always looking to explore innovative ideas in the field of automobiles. NSIT Motorsports is a platform for engineering minds to express themselves and bring to life a real world implementation of theoretical knowledge gained overthecourseofthedegree. 8. Every year the team takes part in BAJA SAE competitions where participants are to design and fabricate an All-Terrain Vehicle that should bear the brunt of the track and prove its mettleinvariouscontrolandmaneuverabilitytests. The Design Report was amongst the top 7 selected in the competition. NSIT design report was rankedamongthetop7 teams. 9. An interdisciplinary group of 14 students designed and developed a Solar Powered Vehicle. The team obtained 2nd Rank in adventure class at the South African Solar Challenge 2008 andbecamethefirstIndiansolarcartoparticipateon anInternationalPlatform.Thecarwas
  • 13. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 11 subsequently displayed at the Youth Entrepreneurial Green Awards'09 and Auto Expo'10 at PragatiMaidan.Theprojectreceivedaccoladefromtheindustryaswellasthegovernment. 10. Ateam of four students participated in SAEAreo Design Competition 2011 held in Mariett, st Georgiafrom29Aprilto1 May,2011organizedby SAE international. 11. A team of students of NSIT participated in the NASA Great Moonbuggy Race 2011 held at st nd U.S. Space&RocketCenter,Huntsville,Alabamaon1 and2 ofApril,2011. 12. A team of 16 students of NSIT participated in the Haward National Model United Nations 2011conferenceinBoston, MassachusttesinFebruary2011. 13. Neighbourhood event was organized in NSIT for the social welfare of underpriviledged children.Thiseventwas heldonApril,2011. th 14. TED-EX NSIT'- an educational talk was held on 17 April, 2011. Approximate 350 students from different colleges participated in the event apart from several participants from corporate world. Dr. Isher JudgeAhluwalia, Prof. B. Jai Ram, Mohan Guru Swami & K.K. Mohammedweresomeof theprominentspeakersintheevent. 15. Two students namely, Ridhima Malik and Gaurav Minoca won an InternationalAward of US $2000 inIEEEHTCProjectcompetition.
  • 14. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 12 NSIT AT A GLANCE Administrative BlockAdministrative Block Academic Block VI Hostel Health Centre + CLINIC Compound Fountain Main Fountain
  • 15. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 13 MEDIACOVERAGE
  • 16. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 14 FOREIGN DELEGATIONS & TRADEFAIR
  • 17. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 15 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT NSIT
  • 18. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 16 2. ACADEMIC DIVISIONS/SCHOOLS 2.1 DIVISION OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (ECE) The ECE Division was started during the 1983-84 session. From the very beginning, the ECE division has taken the lead in establishing well-equipped and modern lab facilities as well as initiating Ph.D. programs and Research and Development in the Institute. The Division is actively engaged in research in the areas of Bipolar and CMOS Analog VLSI, Digital Signal Processing, Statistical Signal Processing, Digital Communication, Optical Communication, Embedded Systems and VLSI design. The Division already has two fully-functional Centres, namely `Center for Electronics Design and Technology' and `Texas Instruments Centre for Embedded Product Design'. A new `Centre for Research on Memristors' is to be setup soon. Courses Offered:- Prof. Raj Senani Head *Part- time; **To be decided by the Competent Authority. COURSES DURATION TENTATIVE ANNUAL INTAKE B.E. (Electronics & Communication 4 years 199 students Engineering) M.Tech. (Signal Processing) 2 years 18+5* students Ph.D. 3 years ** LABORATORIES: 11. CircuitSimulationLab. 1. ElectronicsLabI/II 12. AdvancedCircuitDesignLab. 2. AdvancedElectronicsLab. 13. CommunicationEngg.Lab. 3. PCB Design andProjectLab. 14. AdvancedCommunicationEngg.Lab. 4. DigitalIntegratedCircuitsLabI/II 15. DigitalandOpticalCommunicationLab. 5. MicroprocessorLabI/II 16. Telemetry and Computer Communication Lab.6. DigitalSignalProcessing Lab. 17. MicrowaveEngineeringLab.7. StatisticalSignalProcessing Lab. 18. AdvancedComputationLab.8. CASPResearchLab. 19. WirelessCommunicationResearchLab.9. AnalogIntegratedCircuitsLabI/II 20. MultimediaResearchLab.10. AnalogSignalProcessing ResearchLab.
  • 19. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 17 SOME LABORATORIES OF THE DIVISION OF ECE Electronics Lab.Electronics Lab. Analog Integrated Circuits Lab.Analog Integrated Circuits Lab. Communication Engineering Lab.Communication Engineering Lab. Analog Signal Processing Research Lab.Analog Signal Processing Research Lab. Telemetry and Computer Comm. Lab.Telemetry and Computer Comm. Lab. Digital Signal Processing Lab.Digital Signal Processing Lab.
  • 20. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 18 *Part- time; **To be decided by the Competent Authority. COURSES DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE B.E. (Computer Engineering) 4 years 199 students M.Tech. (Information Systems) 2 years 18+5* students Ph.D. 3 years ** LABORATORIES: 1. GeneralComputationLab. 7. NetworkingLab. 2. ComputerArchitectureLab. 8. DistributedComputationLab. 3. ComputerGraphicsandMulti-mediaLab. 9. ArtificialIntelligenceLab. 4. SoftwareEngineeringLab. 10. ObjectOrientationLab. 5. DataBasesLab. 11. ProjectsLab. 6. ComputerAidedDesign(CAD) Lab. 2.2 DIVISION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING (COE) The Division of Computer Engineering was started during the 1984-85 session. The remarkable progress in computing concepts, technology, processes and human resources management since the last century has heralded a revolution that marks the beginning of a more intelligent civilization. With computing systems becoming ubiquitous, fresh challenges need to be addressed to bring about continuingqualitativechangesinthesociety. Keeping this in view, the faculty is engaged in active research work in various sub-disciplines such as hardware-software co design, real time systems, software engineering, image processing, computer networks, mobile computing and computer aided design, artificial intelligence and video applications. With several well equipped laboratories in place, the Division maintains a balanced emphasis on imparting concepts and skills and on teaching activities, research work and industrial consultancy. It is remarkable that the number of student's publications as well as projects carried out jointlywithindustryandotheracademicinstitutionshaveincreasedsignificantlyovertheyears. An advance centre for virtual reality and multimedia technology (VRMT) has recently been set up. Itaimstoboost researchdevelopmentandtraininginthishightecharea. Courses Offered:- Prof. Shampa Chakraverty Head
  • 21. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 19 SOME LABORATORIES IN THE DIVISION OF COE CAD Lab.CAD Lab. General Computing Lab.General Computing Lab. Database Lab.Database Lab. Distributed Computing & Networking Lab.Distributed Computing & Networking Lab. Graphics Lab.Graphics Lab. Software Engg. Lab.Software Engg. Lab.
  • 22. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 20 * Part-Time **To be decided by the Competent Authority COURSES DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE B.E. (Instrumentation & Control Engineering) 4 years 199 students M.Tech. (Process Control) 2 years 18+5* students Ph.D. 3 years ** LABORATORIES: 1. MechatronicsLab. 8. MeasurementLab. 2. ArtificialIntelligenceandRoboticsLab. 9. Bio-medicalInstrumentationLab. 3. Process ControlLab. 10. InstrumentationLab. 4. ControlEngg.Lab. 11. IndustrialElectronicsLab. 5. Electrical Machine and Power Apparatus 12. AdvancedProcess ControlLab. 13. IndustrialDataCommunicationLab.Lab. 14. ComputingLab.6. PrinciplesofElectricalEngg.(PEE)Lab. 15. ResearchLab.7. ElectricalWorkshop 2.3 DIVISION OF INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING (ICE) The Division was started during the 1988-89 session. Instrumentation is a very broad area in the sense that it has an interdisciplinary character. There is a proliferationofavarietyof instrumentationsystems for variouspurposes. There is hardly any area of Engineering, Science and Technology where instrumentation in one form or the other is not needed. Now a days processes are becoming more and more automated, for a closer monitoring of inputs, responses become more and more obligatory and the instruments at the component and sub- systems levels tend to become more and more integrated. Full cognizance of this situation is taken while planning instruction in this area. The faculty and students areactivelyengagedinresearchandDevelopmentwork. This Division is catering to instructions, R&D and industrial consultancy in the appropriate areas of instrumentation and control. This Division would also have a number of subgroups, Research activities have been initiated in certain areas like (Bio-medical signals, process control, image processing,vibrationanalysisetc.) Courses Offered:- Prof. A.P. Mittal Head
  • 23. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 21 SOME LABORATORIES OF THE DIVISION OF ICE Biomedical/Industrial Electronics Lab.Biomedical/Industrial Electronics Lab. Mechatronics Lab.Mechatronics Lab. Electric Machines Lab.Electric Machines Lab. Electrical WorkshopElectrical Workshop Process Control Lab.Process Control Lab. Robotics and AI Lab.Robotics and AI Lab.
  • 24. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 22 **To be decided by the Competent Authority COURSES DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE B.E. (Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering) Ph.D. 3 years ** 4 years 99 students LABORATORIES: 1. MechanicalSciences(MS) Lab. 5. WeldingLab. 2. AppliedMechanics(AM) Lab. 6. MaterialsTestingLab. 3. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)/ 7. CAD/CAM/CAE Laboratory FlexibleManufacturingSystem(FMS) Lab. 8. MetrologyLab. 4. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines 9. CentralWorkshop 10. IndustrialAutomationandAI Lab.(KDM) Lab. 2.4 DIVISION OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING (MPAE) The Division was started during the session 1995-96. Manufacturing is the wealth of a nation besides being a common activity for all disciplines of engineering. The global competition has changed the entire manufacturing scene to a flexible system, catering to variety in products with short lives. To tune the academic programmes to these requirements, this discipline was started to emphasize on Automation in Manufacturing keeping interdisciplinary and productivity aspects in mindinEngineeringManufacturing. During the 1995-96 sessions, 20 students were admitted in this course in accordance with prescribed rules of admission. From 1998-99, the intake was increased to 45. Further, with effect from academic session 2001-2002, the intake has been increased to 60. The first batch passed out in July 1999. Laboratories in Mechanical Science and Computer Integrated Manufacturing have been setup besides Materials Testing, Welding and Metrology. Further facilities in Manufacturing Systems and AdvancedManufacturingarebeingcontinuouslyaddedupforthebenefitof students. Courses Offered:- Prof. Sachin Maheshwari Head
  • 25. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 23 SOME LABORATORIES OF THE DIVISION OF MPAE Metrology Lab.Metrology Lab. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)/ Flexible Mfg. System (FMS)Lab. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)/ Flexible Mfg. System (FMS)Lab. Industrial Automation Lab.Industrial Automation Lab. KDM Lab.KDM Lab. Central Workshop Machine ShopCentral Workshop Machine Shop Welding Lab.Welding Lab.
  • 26. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 24 **To be decided by the Competent Authority COURSE DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE B.E. (Information Technology) Ph.D. 3 years ** 4 years 99 students LABORATORIES: 1. MobileComputingLab. 2. InternetandWebTechnologyLab. 3. RealTimeEmbeddedSystems Lab. Other than the above laboratories, the Division is currently using laboratory facilities of Computer EngineeringDivision. 2.5 DIVISION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) The discipline was added to the expanding horizon of N.S.I.T's technological area in the academic session 2002-03 with an intake of 60 students to meetthegrowingdemandof ITprofessionals. Presently, this discipline is largely managed by the existing manpower and infrastructural resources of the Division of Computer Engineering. Besides, new laboratories as well as faculty for supporting its well designed curriculum have already been incorporated. Being highly interdisciplinary in nature, it is poised to take up advanced programmes and research by tapping the potential of new as well as existingfacultyofdifferentdivisions. An advanced center for Information Security is currently being developed under the Division. State of the art laboratories in the area of hardware-software co- design, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Natural Languages processing, MultimediaandVirtualreality,e-commerceetc.areplannedtobedevelopedsoon. Courses Offered:- Prof. Sangeeta Sabarwal Head
  • 27. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 25 2.6 DIVISION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (BT) Biotechnology is set to revolutionize human life and the society. It is one among the most dynamic areas of science and engineering today, which represents a synthesis of evolving technologies that will propel the industries towards sustainable development. Today, this growing discipline is poised on the interface of various subjects that contribute to the growth of pharmaceutical, agricultural, food and many other industries. The Division of Biotechnology was conceived with the aim of creating well-trained human resource to fulfill the growing demand in various sectors of Biotechnology. The Division was started during the academic session 2004-05. This department presently offers a four-year B.E. Biotechnology programmewithanintakeoftwentystudentsperyear. The B.E. Biotechnology course emphasizes on understanding of basic science like physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer programming and different aspects of modern biology. This is followed by training in emerging areas like Bioprocess Engineering, Genomics, Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Drug Design. Components of finance and business management, intellectual property right and entrepreneurship are integrated in the curriculum in order to provide students with a unique advantage in pursuing new careers in this exciting discipline. The course lays strong emphasis on practical training through projects, term papers, seminars, etc. Presently the students are doing training in various industries and institutions of higher learning/ research around the country and abroad. The training provided to the students during this period is world class in nature giving sound footing to studentsforstudies/work intechnology,managementandindustryplacements. It is envisioned that the Division will engage in research in the frontier areas of Biotechnology, such as, development of novel therapeutics, antimicrobial agents, bioremediation of POPs and industrial enzymes and computational Geology approaches drug design. Apart from this, the Department offers consultancyinthefieldsofhealth,medicineandbiotechnologicalprocesses. The Division is equipped with the state of the art laboratories and computer facility for projects andresearchwork. Additionallaboratoriesareproposed tobedevelopedforthecomingacademicyear. The students of the Department are highly sought after by globally reputed institutions of higher studies. Three batches of students have already graduated from the department and all of them are well-placed for theirfutureendeavours.Studentshavebeenacceptedforhigherstudiesinscience,engineeringand Prof. AK Dubey Head
  • 28. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 26 technology as well as in management studies. Students get job placements in KPOs, software, pharma sectorandotherbiotechrelatedindustries. Students have availed the opportunities to carry out internships in universities and Labs abroad with full financial support. They have attended international conferences and presented posters pertaining to their research/ project work again with full support from the Institute. They have also published papers in international journals. Students are also engaged in organization of as well participation in various technical festivals, paper presentations, business plan formulation and other extracurricularactivities. Courses Offered:- **To be decided by the Competent Authority COURSE DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE B.E. ( Bio Technology) Ph.D. 3 years ** 4 years 32 students LABORATORIES: 1. BiotechnologyU.G. LaboratoryI 2. BiotechnologyU.G. LaboratoryII 3. ResearchLaboratory 4. ComputationalBiologyLab
  • 29. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 27 SOME LABORATORIES OF THE DIVISION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 30. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 28 **To be decided by the Competent Authority COURSE DURATION ANNUAL INTAKE TENTATIVE Ph.D. 3 years ** LABORATORIES: 1. Physics Lab. 3. ComputationalMathematicsLab 2. ChemistryLab. 4. MaterialAnalysis andResearchLab. SOME LABORATORIES OF THE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES 2.7 SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES (SAS) The School of Applied Sciences comprises of various discipline, which include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Humanities. Primarily, the school caters to the teaching requirements of various courses in the above disciplines which form essential component of the curriculum of all the undergraduate programmes at the Institute. In addition to the teaching responsibilities, the faculty members provide their expertise in various R and D programmes and interact actively with the faculty members of the other Divisions. Further, the School has already proposed to introduce new M.Tech, course in Computational Mathematics in system Engineering. The school conducts Ph.D. programs in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry of Faculty. The School of Applied Sciences organized 54th ISTAM ConferenceinDecember'2009. Course Offered:- Prof. Vijay Gupta Head Chemistry Lab. Computational Mathematics Lab. Physics Lab.
  • 31. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 29 4. SPECIALPROGRAMMES 5. ADVANCED CENTRES/SCHEMES 4.1 CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME(CEP) 4.2 SPECIALCOMPONENTPROGRAMME(SCP) 5.1 Under the Continuing Education Programme, the Institute has been conducting various short term Courses since 1991 in the areas of Electronics and Computer primarily for the benefit of technical teachers, scientists and working engineers, to make them abreast of the latest developments in the field of Science andTechnology.The participants coming from different parts of the country have been benefited bythesecourses. Thishas alsoprovidedausefulforumfor increasingtheIndustry-Instituteinteraction. ASpecial Component Programme was sanctioned by the Government for the benefit of students, teachers, professionals etc. belonging to SC/ST category. This Programme was initiated in the Institute duringtheyear1995-96 andis currentlyinoperation. The CEDT was started in August 2003, to offer a workspace that allows the faculty and students of the Institute to carry out research and developmental activities tuned to the needs of the industry. The aim of the centre is to develop necessary expertise in the areas of telematics, instrumentation and control systems, power electronics, space electronics, communication systems, electronics packaging and production systems and industrial product design. Currently, the Centre offers consultancy to the industry for product design, offers short-term professional courses to the students as well as the industry. The Centre has undertaken a number of industrial projects and has publications based upon some of them. Several projects carried out at the Centre have won awards in international design contests such as A3-Dimensional color graphics display system, Battery-less TV remote, Multilingual talking thermometer,'Dude ,where's mycar'. CENTRE FORELECTRONICS DESIGNANDTECHNOLOGY(CEDT) 3. SPONSORED R & D PROJECTS Details of ongoing R & D projects, sponsored by various agencies are given in table. S. No. Name of the Projects Investigator (s) 1. Robotics Surgery Setup Simulation with hapatics Dr. Vijyant Agarwal 2. Structure based design of Peptide Inhibitor of Mammalian 15 Liosygenesea Target in atherogenesis Dr. Sonika Bhatnagar 3. Implementation of watermarking technique for enhancing multimedia data security Dr. Jyotsna Singh Dr. Parul Garg
  • 32. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 30 5.2 TexasInstruments CentreforEmbedded Product Design 5.3 Center for Virtual Reality and Multimedia Technology (VRMT) in the Division of ComputerEngineering: 5.4 Center of Virtual Instrumentation and Control Technology (VICT) in the Division of Instrumentation and ControlEngg.: An MOU was signed with Taxes Instruments, India on October 2012 for setting up of a ‘TI Centre for Embedded Product Design'. The Centre has been granted equipment worth about $ 25,000 by Texas Instruments (India). The Objective of the Centre is to carry out teaching, research, and development activities, especially in areas such as product design using embedded processors and analog ICs. To engage in development of low-cost development kits which can be useful educational tools in Universities and to conduct short- term courses and train-the-trainer programs on TI embedded processors andAnalogIcs The Institute has developed a high quality Centre for Multimedia and Virtual Realty to carry forward the researches and to promote education in this field. The Centre is designed to utilize cutting-edge technologies in the Multimedia and Virtual Realty. It has a number of diverse equipments including hardware and software that allow visual and audio media to be combined in new ways for the purpose of communicating. Application developed in the Centre included communication, Entertainment, Educationandadvertising. Virtual Instrumentation is the latest development in the area of instrumentation. In this domain of measurement, the PC works as an instrument. These systems are cost effective and flexible. With the advent of computer technology and its leverage to measurement and control systems, particularly, the intelligent measurement systems, VICT is created under the Division of Instrumentation and Control Engineering, with a focus to offer research grade facilities for the UG/PG students to carry out the good quality projects. State of the art, research grade equipments for measurement and control applications are available in the centre. Some of the facilities available in the centre are: Lab VIEW S/W, various processes for flow, Level, Temperature and Pressure and Real Time Systems, etc. Currently the VICT is initsinitialstageandthecentreisexpectedtobefullyreadyinnearfuture.
  • 33. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 31 5.5 Center for Rapid Prototyping and Product Design (CRPPD) in the Division of ManufacturingProcesses andAutomation Engg.: 5.6 Center for Application of Information Technology in Financial Systems (CAITFS) in the DivisionofInformationTechnology: 5.7 Entrepreneurship DevelopmentCell(EDC) 5.8 ScienceandTechnologyPark Rapid prototyping (RP), that combines Computer Aided Design (CAD) and generation of physical objects, is one of the vital components of Reverse Engineering (RE). It is an essential part of the design process which exposes and facilitates the elimination of design errors early in the product development stage and before any significant investment is made. In RP, physical parts are fabricated layer by layer. It uses additive manufacturing processes, which do not require any tools or set-ups compared to the subtractive techniques used in the traditional machining operation and thus reduces the prototypedevelopmenttime. The Advance Centre of IT (CAITFS) has been developed in the Division of Information Technology, NSIT, New Delhi. The main focus of this centre is to look into the information security aspects in networks. Information security in networks has been a topic of much discussion in the last few years. This centre CAITFS plays an important role in enhancing the technical talents of the students and provides research facility to the faculty of various departments. The Centre has also produced around 10 researchpapersinvariousinternationaljournals/Conferences/Symposiums. Keeping in view the objective of reducing unemployment, countywide movement has been launched to promote entrepreneurship as an alternate career among Science and Technology Graduates. To achieve this, Science and Technology graduates who possess latent entrepreneurial potentials need to be motivated, trained and guided on various aspects of enterprise launching and management. In view of this, Entrepreneurship Awareness and Development Programme for developing entrepreneurial competenceamongstNSITgrandauntshavebeenplannedasaregularfeatureatNSIT A Science and Technology (S&T) Park is proposed to be setup at NSIT Campus, Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi. This Park is envisaged to house research and development (R&D) units of Indian and Multi-National Companies provide incubation facility for students/ start-up firms and serve as a knowledge hub in the National Capital Region. This platform would further act as a catalyst in the proposed mechanismfor academia-industryinteraction. Theobjectivesof setting up an S&TParkarethefollowing: (I) To fosterIndustry–InstitutePartnershipintheareasof advancedtechnologyresearch. (ii) To provide an opportunity for NSIT to leverage industry expertise and to support advancedresearch. (iii) To position Delhi as an important destination for advanced research in Science and Technology. (iv) To promote small and medium entrepreneurs by creating a conducive environment in the fieldof InformationTechnology.
  • 34. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 32 6. CENTRALFACILITIES 6.1 LIBRARY The Library has a rich collection on science and Engineering text and references. In addition to this, a large number of research journals are also being subscribed to cater the teaching and research needs of the students and the faculty of NSIT. The collection is managed into five sections namely- “Book Bank cum Text Book Section; General Section, Reference Section, Periodical Section andAudio Visual Cum Digital Library Section”. The Library remains open for reference and study purposes even afterthenormalInstitute'sworkinghours. Catalogue of the library documents is accessible through Institute's Intranet NSIT is a member of DELNET and OPAC (online Public Access Catalogue) on various libraries in country accessible through Web access. Library provides services such as : Xeroxing, Circulation of Books, Text Books, Video Library access,Access to on-line databases (INSPEC, COMPENDEX,ACM Digital Library) and accessof INTERNET. There is a standing committee namely Library Advisory Committee (LAC) to look into the overall matter of the library in the interest of Academic Community of the Institute through the head library services. Activities of the Library are mainly divided in to three sections namely journal Section, ServiceSectionandBookSection. l There is a collection of approximately 47639 books. It includes Text –Books, Reference Source,Course as wellas moralerelatedotherBooks etc. l TheAudioVisualSectionofthelibrarycomprisesof morethan1000 cassettesoflecture .
  • 35. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 33 series of different engineering courses in a number of areas such as digital signal processing , VLSI design and Digital Image Processing and 500 CDs' on books and journals. l Library is subscribing 63 international 13 national print journals, 4 full text on-line data basis (IEL Springer, ASME, ACM), one bibliographic on-line database (INSPEC and COMPENDEX on EV2) There is approximately 2500 bound volume of back issues of printjournals. l 20 NationalHindiandEnglishnewspaperand60magazinesareprocuredonregularbasis. l Library remains open from 9.30 to 8.30 on Monday to Friday and from 10.00 to 5.30 P.M.on Saturdays(excepton gazettedholidays)forreferencepurposes. The Institute has a campus-wide gigabit backbone connecting all offices, laboratories, faculty offices, library and hostels. This provides 10.5 Mbps internet access. The entire system has redundant links from two different internet service providers (1SPs) to provide reliable operation round the clock. Inaddition,thereareafewWi-Fihotspots intheInstituteforthebenefitof studentsandfaculty. In the campus there are separate hostels for boys, girls and married students providing single rooms as well as rooms on a sharing basis. There are four boys hostel and one girls hostel. Each hostel is wellequippedwithwatercoolers,television,sittingarea,indoorgamesandindependentdiningfacilities. The Physical Education is well equipped with the state of the art Gymnasium. All major games like Football and Cricket Grounds, Basketball, Lawn Tennis and Volley Ball Courts. Facility of Badminton Courts and Table Tennis Tables at each Hostel. Standard Running track (cinder) with Step SittingArrangementaroundit.Indoor GameslikeTableTennisCarometc. 6.2 INSTITUTE NETWORKING SCHEME 6.3 HOSTELFACILITIES 6.4 SPORTS FACILITIES
  • 36. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 34 SPORTS 6.7 SHOPPINGCOMPLEX The State Bank of India and the Andhra bank have established full-fledged branches in the premises. There is a post office too. The shopping complex has food products shop, stationery shop, barbershop STD andISD booths, photocopyshops etc.Amodernshopping complexhasstarted.
  • 37. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 35 7. CO-CURRICULARACTIVITIES NSIT strongly believes in the all round development of students so that they can step out as effective world citizens armed with leadership qualities, human values and empathy for all sections of the society. Students actively participate in and fulfill organizational responsibilities for a number of co- curricular activities held in the Institute regularly. Two hours in a week are completely dedicated to special talks and other interactive programs for students. Due to such activities, there is a healthy blend of social,culturalandcorporateenvironmentprevalentattheInstitute. The student and faculty chapters of the following International and National professional societieshaveamajorpresenceintheInstitute: l Instituteof ElectronicsandElectricalEngineers:IEEE-NSITChapter l SocietyforAutomotiveEngineers:SAE-NSIT Chapter l IndianSocietyforTechnicalEducation:ISTE-NSITChapter l ComputerSocietyofIndia:CSI-NSITChapter l InstrumentationSystems andAutomationSociety:ISA-NSITChapter These chapters offer a bouquet of activities the entire year round with workshops, conferences, lecture series and special training programs. New incumbents are encouraged to join the professional societiesandhonetheirorganizational,technicalandsocio-culturalskills. 7.1 CHAPTERS OFPROFESSIONALSOCIETIES
  • 38. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 36 7.2 CLUBSAND OTHERSOCIETIES 7.3 CULTURALANDTECHNICALFESTIVALS l NeighbourhoodProject-ASocialServiceClub l NSITQuizClub l Dramaticsclub l Crescendo-Themusicsociety l NSITMotorsports l Book club l Crosslinks-Thenewslettergroup ThefollowingCulturalactivitiesarealsoorganizedbythestudents everyyear: l SPIC-MACAY: Students play a proactive role in the organization of Spic Macay programs. Over the years, renowned artists and intellectuals have performed and delivered lectures in our Institute. Students get an opportunity to interact with such eminentpeople. l RESONANZ: An intra-college festival that enlivens each spring and finds students immersed in a variety of activities such as debates, poetry, extempore, fine arts and dramatics. l MOKSHA: An inter-college cultural extravaganza that is very popular with students of Delhi's colleges and other states as well. Besides innumerable cultural competitions, concerts by world-class musical bands, Kavi Sammelans and choreography shows are organized. l NATYARANG: Students showcase their talent in dramatics through a series of one-act stageshows andstreetplays. l INNOVISION : The National level inter-college technical festival of NSIT that attracts wide participation from students from all over India and abroad. Technical experts and corporate leaders are invited to interact with students and there is a whole range of events such as technical paper presentation, demonstration of entrepreneurship skills, programmingcontestsandquizcontests. l ANNUALSPORTSANDATHLETICS MEET:Aseries of competitions for indoor and outdoorgamesis conductedandculminatesintheannualSports meeteachyear. l FAREWELLFUNCTION isheldforstudentswho areonthethresholdofgraduation. l FRESHER PARTY is held to welcome our fresh incumbents each year where they have a chancetoshowcasetheirtalentsandintegratethemselveswiththemilieu.
  • 39. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 37 PANORAMA OF CULTURAL FESTS
  • 40. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 38 MOKSHA INNOVISION
  • 41. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 39 FAREWELL
  • 42. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 40 7.4 PHYSICALEDUCATIONAND SPORTS 7.5 ALUMNIASSOCIATION l The department of Physical Education conducts intramural tournaments every year like Volley Ball, Football, Cricket, Tennis, table Tennis, Chess, Carrom, Sports Quiz, Arm Wrestling,Power Lifting,ThrowballlandBadminton,Tug of war(W)competition. l The department of Physical Education conducts intramural tournaments every year like Volley Ball, Football, Cricket, Tennis, table Tennis, Chess, Carrom, Sports Quiz, Arm Wrestling,Power Lifting,ThrowballlandBadminton,Tug of war(W)competition. l Annual Sports andAthletic Meet is also organized every year along with staff and faculty members. The mini Gymnasiumis functioning along with the facilities of weightlifting, power lifting and Body Building for the students staff and faculty to keep them physically fit. l The Basketball court, Atelic Track (400Mtr.) cinder, Volley Ball Court, and Cricket Pitch is readyandtheSports StadiumalongwithaSwimmingPool is alsointhemasterplan. Interaction between the alumni and the current students serves a purpose in the professional development of students and the emotional attachment of the alumni with theirAlma Mater. This goes a long way in nurturing the quest for achieving excellence, both for the institution, students and the alumni. Alumni Association of NSIT is playing an important role in providing such a platform. Realizing this, NSIThas decidedtofurtherdevelopandstrengthAlumniAssociation. NASA Great Moon Buggy Race Held At: US Space And Rocket Center Huntsville,Alabama,US
  • 43. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 41 TECHNICAL SEMINARS Quarterly Meet IEEE, Delhi Section Tedex Seminar
  • 44. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 42 ALUMNI MEET Director addressing alumni Distinguished Alumni At The Registration Desk Rekindling Associations A Memorable Moment At NSIT Alumni Meet
  • 45. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 43 8. TRAININGAND PLACEMENT 8.1 TRAINING 8.2 PLACEMENT Practical training forms an integral part of our students' overall development as an engineer. In the course of four years at NSIT, students belonging to various departments i.e. Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, Information Technology, Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering and Bio Technology undergo four rounds of training, both within and outside (in-plant training) the institute. As part of the curriculum, arrangements are made for the students to undergo practical training during summer and winter breaks in Multinational/Private/Public Sector Undertakings/Government Department as well as Laboratories of the Institute. Many prominent organizations and multi-national companies such as Microsoft, Google, Intel, Maruti etc visit our campus on a regular basis to take interns in their ongoing projects.Thisfacilitatesahealthystudent-industryinteractionwhichbenefitsbothpartiesinthelongrun. Parents/guardians of students should note that for the supervised in-plant practical training students will be sent to industrial organizations, both in and outside Delhi, depending upon the availabilityoftrainingplaces. Parents of the students will be responsible for any damage caused by their wards to the Factory/installationduringthepracticaltraining In view of the globalization, acceptance and marketability of the NSITians has also increased multifold. A large number of Universities/Institutions have visited NSIT in the past one year and have shown their willingness to have tie-ups including the students training and faculty exchange programmes. Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) between NSIT and some of the world's leading universities such as the University of Western Australia, n plus I, France, Group Des Ecoles Des Mines(Gem), University of Wolverhampton, EPFL, Lussan etc. have also been signed and student exchange programs are regularly held in which many students from NSIT go to these universities as interns. Approx. 52 students have been offered Masters Programmes in Prestigious Universities abroad in 2009-10 and nearly same number of students have been offered summer Internships in various Universitiesof globalreputefromJune-July 2010. Campus Recruitment conducted by the Institute is a critical activity for young engineers aspiring to pursue a career in Multi-national companies, Government Departments, Private/Public Sector Undertakings.Our placementrecordis oneof thebests inthecountry. SUMMERTRAININGATVARIOUS UNIVERSITIES/INSTITUTIONSABROAD
  • 46. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 44 TRAINING AND PLACEMENT
  • 47. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 45 9. NSITADMINISTRATION : Prof. Raj Senani DEANS Dean,Post GraduateStudies : Prof.A. P.Mittal Dean,UnderGraduateStudies : Prof. SmritiSrivastava Dean,IndustrialResearch&Development : Prof. SachinMaheshwari Dean, Students' Welfare : Prof. M.P.S. Bhatia Division of Electronics and Communication : Prof. Raj Senani Engineering Division of Computer Engineering : Prof. Shampa Chakraverty Division of Instrumentation and Control : Prof. A. P. Mittal Engineering Division of Manufacturing Processes & : Prof. Sachin Maheshwari Automation Engineering Division of Nano Technology : Prof. Sachin Maheshwari Division of Information Technology : Prof. Sangeeta Sabbarwal Division of Biotechnology : Prof. A.K. Dubey School of Applied Sciences : Prof. Vijay Gupta Division of Management : Prof. A. P. Mittal DIRECTOR HEADS OF THE DIVISIONS / SCHOOL
  • 48. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 46 9.1 DIVISION OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Prof. Raj Senani B.Sc., B.Sc. Engg., M.E. (Hons.), Ph.D Professor & Head Prof. Maneesha Gupta B.E., M.E., Ph.D Professor Sh. Dhananjay Vasudeo Gadre B.Sc, M.Sc., M.Engg. Associate Professor Dr. Parul Garg B.Sc. Engg., M.Sc. Engg., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. D.K. Upadhyay B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D Associate. Professor Prof. Harish Parthasarathy B.Tech., Ph.D Professor Ms. Sujata Sengar B.Sc. Engg., M.Sc. Engg. Associate Professor Dr. Shree Prakash Singh B.Tech., M.Tech., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Jyotsna Singh B.Tech., M.Tech, Ph.D. Asstt. Professor Dr. Tarun Rawat B.Tech, M.Tech., Ph.D Asstt. Professor
  • 49. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 47 9.2 DIVISION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING & DIVISION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Ms. Preeti Kaur B.E., M.Tech. Asstt. Professor Prof. M.P.S. Bhatia B.E., M.E., Ph.D Professor Dr. Satbir Jain Ph.D Associate Professor Ms. Sushma Nagpal B.E., M.Tech. Asstt. Professor Prof. Shampa Chakraverty B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D Professor & HOD, COE Ms. Veenu M.Sc. (Computer Science Software), M. Tech Asstt. Professor Prof. Sangeeta Sabharwal B.E., M.E., Ph.D Professor & HOD, IT Prof. Satish Chand M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D Professor Sh. Rajiv Kumar B.Tech, M.E. Associate Professor & Associate Head Dr. Ritu Sibal B.E., Ph.D Associate Professor
  • 50. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 48 9.3 DIVISION OF INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING Sh. Devender Kumar B.E, M.Tech Assistant Professor Ms. Vijeta Mehra B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech Asstt. Professor COE Ms. Savita Yadav M.Sc, M.Tech. Asstt. Professor Dr. S.K. Dhurendra M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D Associate Professor and Associate Head IT Sh. Khushil Kr. Saini B.Tech., M.Tech. Asstt. Professor Prof. Alok Prakash Mittal B.E. (Hons.), M.E., Ph.D Professor & Head Dr. Anand Gupta B.E., Ph.D Asstt. Professor Dr. Bijendra Kumar B.Tech., Ph.D Asstt. Professor COE Ms. Poonam Rani M.Tech Asstt. Professor Mrs. Amarjit Malhotra M.Tech Asstt. Professor Prof. J.R.P. Gupta B.Sc. Engg., Ph.D Professor
  • 51. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 49 Sh. Vicky Suri B.E Assistant Professor Prof.. Smriti Srivastava B.E., M.Tech.,Ph.D Professor Dr.. K.P.S. Rana M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D Associate Professor & Associate Head Ms. Asha Rani B.Tech., M.E. Associate Professor Dr. Prerna Gaur B.Tech, M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Vineet Kumar M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D Asstt. Professor Sh. R.C. Thakur B.Sc. Eng., M.Tech Associate Professor Dr. Vijander Singh B.Tech, M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Ms. Piyush Saxena B.Sc. Egg. , M.E. Associate Professor Dr. Pragya Varshney B.E., M.E., Ph.D Asstt. Professor Sh. Shyama Kant Jha B.E (Hons.), M.E. Asstt. Professor Sh. Amar Nath Jha B.Sc (Engg.), M.E. Asstt. Professor
  • 52. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 50 9.4 DIVISION OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING Prof. Sachin Maheshwari B.E., M.E., Ph.D Professor & Head Sh. D.K. Singh B.Sc. Engg, M.E. Associate Professor & Associate Head Dr. Sanjay Kumar Chak B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. S.K. Jha M.Tech., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Vijyant Aggarwal B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D Associate Professor Sh. Sanjay Gupta B.E., M.E. Asstt. Professor Sh. A.V. Muley B.E., M.Tech. Asstt. Professor Sh. Pradeep Khanna B.E., M.E. Asstt. Professor Sh. Aditya Kumar B.E., M.E. Asstt. Professor
  • 53. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 51 9.5 SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES Prof. Vijay Gupta M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D Professor (Maths) & Associate Head Dr. Ranjana Jha M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Mathematics Dr. J.K. Misra M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Jasobanta Jena M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D . Associate Professor Dr. J.K. Singh M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Physics Prof. O.P. Thakur M.Sc., Ph.D Professor Dr. Mamta Mishra M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Neeraj Kumar M.Sc., Ph.D Asstt. Professor (on Adhoc basis) Chemistry Dr. Sanjeeve Thakur M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Anjana Sarkar M.Sc., Ph.D Associate Professor Dr. Purnima Jain M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D Asstt. Professor
  • 54. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 52 9.7 DIVISION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY Prof. Ashok Kumar Dubey M.Sc. Ph.D Professor & Head Dr. Sonika Bhatnagar M.Sc., Ph.D Asstt. Professor and Associate Head Dr. Duru Arun Kumar B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D Associate Head 9.6 DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT Sh. Pankaj Deshwal BA (Economics) MBA (Finance & Marketing) Asstt. Professor Prof. Alok Prakash Mittal B.E. (Hons.), M.E., Ph.D Head Dr. Prashant Kumar Bhuyan M.A. Sociology M,Phil Ph.D Asstt. Professor Dr. Tanushree Choudhary M.A. (English), M.A. (Linguistics), M.Phil. (Linguistics), Ph.D Asstt. Professor Humanities Dr. Duru Arun Kumar B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D Asstt. Professor
  • 55. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 53 9.8 B.E. ADMISSION COMMITTEE – 2013 Dr. J.K.Misra - Chairman Sh. Mukesh Prasad - Member Dr.M.P.S. Bhatia - Member Dr. J.Jena - Member Dr. Vijander Singh - Member Dr. B. K. Singh - Member Sh. Khushil Kumar Saini - Member Sh.V.P. Ranjan - Member Dr.AlkaRai - Member Ms. Mala Sood - Member Sh. D.N.S.Chauhan - Member Sh. J.R. Sharma - Member 9.9 OFFICERS-IN-CHARGE OF ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS Prof. Smriti Srivastava : Dean, U.G. Studies Prof. A. P. Mittal : Dean, PG Studies & Research Committee Prof. M.P.S. Bhatia : Dean, Student Welfare & Professor-in- charge, Training and Placement Prof. Vijay Gupta : Co-ordinator, Institute Time Table Dr. D.K. Upadhyay : Dy. Co-ordinator, Institute Time Table Dr. J. K. Singh : Examination Superintendent (Theory) Prof. Manisha Gupta : Examination Co-ordinator (Practical) Sh. R.C. Thakur : Co-ordinator, Institute Networking Scheme Dr. Sanjeeve Thakur : Co-ordinator, Hostel Affairs Dr. Bijendra Kumar : Warden, Boys Hostel-I Sh. Devender Kumar : Asstt. Warden, Boys Hostel-I Sh. Pankaj Deshwal : Warden, Boys Hostel-II Dr. Vijender Singh : Warden, Boys Hostel-III Dr. S.P. Singh : Warden, Ramanujan Hostel Dr. Tarun Rawat : Asstt. Warden, Ramanujan Hostel Dr. Tanushree Chaudhary : Warden, Girls Hostel-I Dr. Sonika Bhatnagar : Asstt. Warden, Girls Hostel Dr. Sushma Nagpal : Warden, Girls Hostel-II Dr. J. Jena : Head, Library Services Sh. Rajeev Kumar : Co-ordinator, CEP Dr. Vijender Singh : Co-ordinator, SCP
  • 56. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 54 10. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Sh. Mukesh Prasad Registrar Dr. J.K. Misra Proctor, Chairman, Admissions Committee Dr. Sanjeeve Thakur Head Of Office Dr.Vijender Singh Vigilance Officer Dr. Alka Rai Deputy Registrar (Academic- U.G & P.G.) Ms. Mala Sood Dy. Registrar (Admn.) Dr. J. Jena Head Library Dr. P.P. Singh Medical Officer Dr. Vijyant Agarwal Public Relations Officer Sh. Prabhat Kumar Choudhary Asstt. Librarian Sh. Pardeep Deshwal Asst. Engineer(C/M) Officer-in-Charge: Stores and Purchase Sh. Ved Prakash Ranjan Dy. Registrar (Accounts) Sh. D.N.S. Chauhan AAO Mrs Poonam Kohli AAO Sh. Anil Arora Executive Engineer (Civil) (Maint) Prof. Raj Senani Director
  • 57. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 55 11. POSTGRADUATE COURSES The Institute admits the students to the following Post Graduate courses in the Faculty of Technologyof theUniversityof Delhi. (Four SemesterProgrammeofTwo yeardurationasperguidelinesofAICTE) 11.1 MASTER OFTECHNOLOGY(M.TECH.)PROGRAMMES A) M.TECH.FULL-TIME B) M.TECH. PART-TIME 1. Division of Electronics & Communication Engineering Master of Technology (Signal Processing) 2. Division of Computer Engineering 10 3 5 18 Master of Technology (Information Systems) 3. Division of Instrumentation & Control 10 3 5 18 Engineering Master of Technology (Process Control) Grand Total “A” 10 3 5 18 30 9 15 54 Sl. No. DIVISIOAN/COURSES NUMBER OF SEATS GENERAL SC/ST SPONSORED TOTAL Sl. No. TOTAL NUMBER OF SEATS DIVISION/COURSES (Six Semester Programme of three year durations per guideline of AICTE) 1. Division of Electronics & Communication Engineering 5 Master of Technology (Signal Processing) 2. Division of Computer Engineering 5 Master of Technology (Information Systems) 3. Division of Instrumentation & Control Engineering 5 Master of Technology (Process Control) Grand Total “B” 15 Total A+B 69
  • 58. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 56 11.2.2 AGE REQUIREMENT 11.2.3 RESERVATION 11.3 PROCEDURE FORADMISSION th A candidate should be twenty one years of age before the first day of October (i.e. by 30 of September)intheyearinwhichheseeks admission.However, the Vice-Chancellor, on the basis of individualmerit,mayrelaxtheageup toamaximumperiodof oneyear. No seats are reserved for scheduled castes in a Post-Graduate Courses where the number of seats is less than 7. Where number of seats is 7 or more but less than 15, 15% of seats will be reserved for scheduled caste candidates (if no scheduled caste candidate is available, the seat would go to a scheduled tribe candidate (if available). Where the number of seats is 5 or more, reservation @ 15 percent and 7.5 percent will be made for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates (inter-changeable) will be made, respectively. Department wise 3% of total seats will be reserved to the physically disabled candidates, 1. All candidates for admission to these postgraduate programmes must submit their applications to the Institute in the prescribed form as per the guidelines notified by the Institute/University. 2. Candidates shall be required to present themselves for interview before a Selection Committee,whichwillconsistof: (I) HeadoftheDepartmentconcerned(AppointedbytheUniversity). (ii) AllProfessors intheDepartmentoftheCollege/Institute. (iii) Headsof otherEngineeringdepartmentsortheirnominees. (iv) TwoAssistant Professors intheDepartmentbyrotation. 3. The final selection of candidates shall be made by the Selection Committee on the basis of their performance at the qualifying examination (as in Para 8.2 (a) and (b) and interview (the weightagesfor thesebeingintheratio80:20)asindicatedbelow: (i) Weightage for GATE score 80% (ii) Interview/Viva-voce 20% Total 100% (i) Qualifying Examinations (Aggregate) 50% (ii) Test conducted by Institute 30% (iii) Interview/Viva-voce 20% Total 100% FULL-TIME MAXIMUM MARKS FULL-TIME SPONSORED/PART TIME
  • 59. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 57 (a) Appearing in interview/viva-voce is compulsory for full-time candidates. (b) Appearing in written test and interview/viva-voce is compulsory for full-time sponsored candidates (c) Candidates securing less than 50% marks in the above procedure will not be admitted. All admissionswillbemadein orderof merit. (d) After the recommendations and approval of the Selection Committee, the selected candidates will be offered admission to the programme. They will be required to deposit InstitutefeebeforejoiningtheconcernedDepartment. (e) Therewillnotbeanydirectadmissiontoanylevelabovethefirstsemester. (f) All M.Tech. Students have to deposit thesis submission fee at the time of thesis submission which is instructed by University of Delhi as per rule. It will be excluding the other charges/examinationfeessubmittedduringIIIrdSemesterregistration. The Institute has provision for admitting full-time scholars. The areas of interest include, but are notrestrictedto,thefollowing: 1. Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering : Bipolar and MOS Analog Integrated Circuits, Current-mode Analog Signal Processing, Digital Communication, OpticalNetworks, OpticalCommunication. 2. Division of Computer Engineering and Information Technology: CAD of VLSI, Reconfiguration Computing and FPGA, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Real-Time Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Image Processing, Natural Language Processing, Computer Networking, Mobile Computing, Hardware Software Co design,Sensor Network,VideoModelingandProcessing. 3. Division of Instrumentation and Control Engineering: Industrial Electronics and Industrial Drives, Instrumentation including Biomedical and Intelligent Instrumentation, Process Control and Mechatronics, Networking and Distributed Computer Control System. 4. Division of Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering: Manufacturing Automation, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Systems, Robotics, AI, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Industrial Management, Engineering Management,NanoManufacturingandNanoMechanics. 5. Division of Biotechnology: Novel Therapeutics and Antimicrobial agents, Bioremediation of Persistent Organic Pollutants, Industrial Enzymes and Computational Biology. 12. Ph.D PROGRAMMES IN THE DIVISIONS/ SCHOOL
  • 60. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 58 6. SchoolofApplied Sciences: (i) Mathematics: Approximation Theory, Fluid Dynamics, Biomechanics, Linear and Nonlinearwaves,Cosmology;AstronomyandAstrophysics ComplexAnalysis. (ii) Chemistry:InorganicChemistry,organicchemistry,polymerscience. (iii) Physics: Material science, Elastic Dielectrics, Wlectro-mechanical sensors, MCT CharacterizationNon conventionalenergy sources EnglishandLinguistics:EnglishLanguageTeaching;LanguageAcquisitionand DevelopmentandSocio-linguistics Master's degree in Engineering/Technology/Science or equivalent in relevant area with a consistentlygood academicrecord(securing70%or moremarksinaggregate) Candidates selected for admission to the Ph.D. programmes will have to subsequently apply to theUniversityof Delhifor Ph.D. registrationasperDelhiUniversityRules. The Institute aims at identifying suitable candidates having keen interest in teaching and research who would like to take up a career in Academics. In line with this objective, therefore, a scheme of “Teaching-cum-Research Fellowship” has been introduced. Exceptionally brilliant candidates having keeninterestinanacademiccareershallbeconsideredforthisfellowship. An amount of Rs. 25,000/- p.m. during in first year and Rs. 30, 000 in second year and subsequently, is being paid under “Teaching-cum-Research-Fellowship”. Successful candidates, on completion of Ph.D. under the scheme, stand good chance of being considered for absorption as faculty inthisInstitutethroughproperSelectionCommittee. A Scheme also exists for the award of ResearchAssistantship for providing financial assistance to the students. In terms of this scheme, full-time Ph.D. candidates with M.Tech. Or equivalent qualifications are considered. The student who is not found suitable for TRF but found suitable for research assistantship can be considered to Ph.D Degree programme as research fellow with stipend/ fellowshipas perrule. The eligible candidates will be called for personal interview in NSIT for which no TA/DAwill be admissible. Selected candidates shall be required to deposit Institute fee and other charges immediately at the time of registration for which hewill be intimated before the date of registration well-before-the time.The amountis payableinDD/Banker's chequeasperrule. 7. Proposed fieldsinthefuture: 12.1 ELIGIBILITYCONDITIONS 12.2 FINANCIALASSISTANCE TOPh.D. STUDENTS: Teaching-cum-ResearchFellowship(TRF) 12.3 SELECTION PROCEDURE
  • 61. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 59 13. SCHOLARSHIPS available at NSIT TheInstituteawardsthefollowingscholarships:- i) Merit Scholarship of the value of Rs. 100/- per annum each (payable in lumpsum) with exemption from tuition fees for the full session and a merit certificate. ii) Merit Scholarships is earmarked for the top 25% students of each Degree Department of the Institute on the basis of results declared by Delhi University. Applications shall be invited from all B.E.students (I/II/III/IV) for which they may required to submit the following documents (as & when notice issued): (a) Undertaking that the student has not claimed any other scholarship from any other sources. (b) The original fee receipt of both semesters of the particular year in whic scholarships have been announced except Ist year students. (c) Fee receipt in Original for II to IVth year's student and photocopy for Ist year students. I) Merit-cum-Mean Scholarship of the value of Rs. 75/- p.m. with exemption from tuition fees for the full session to each eligible student. ii) Merit-cum-means scholarship will be earmarked upto a maximum of 15% students belonging to low income group, whose total income does not exceed Rs.1,00,000/- p.a. They will be entitled for free education (i.e. exemption of tuition fee) on the grounds of Merit-cum-means Scholarship. Further, merit cum means Scholarship will be exclusive of Merit Scholarship. If any student is eligible for both, hewill be given merit scholarship and the benefit of Merit-cum-means Scholarship will be transferred to the next eligible candidate. i) Students are also entitled to the other scholarships offered by the respective State Government/Union Territories under the National Scholarship Schemes of the Government of India like National Talent SchemesfromN.C.E.R.T.,ACEConsultants(IndianOilCorporationLtd.Scheme.)Etc. ii) Students may also apply to the respective State Governments, wherever applicable, for loans for perusingTheirstudies. iii) Scheduled Caste/Tribe students are entitled to fee concessions subject to the fulfillment by the State Govt. Like Deptt. for the welfare of SC/ST/OBC/MIN, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, SAIL, Govt. Of Rajasthan, Engineers India Ltd., Jila Kalyan Padadhikari (Bihar), DirectorateofHigherEducationetc. iv) There are few scholarships awarded annually to the engineering students by the University of Delhi fromViceChancellor'sStudentFund etc. v) ScholarshipformeritoriousGirlsfromMaulanaAzadNationalScholarshipetc. vi) ScholarshipofferedbyDLF foundationi.e.RaghvendraScholarshipProgramefortoppersonly. vii) Scholarship offered to Physically handicapped students from National Handicapped Fin. And DevelopmentCorp.(MinistryofSocialJusticeandEmpowerment) A. MERIT SCHOLARSHIPI) B. MERIT-CUM-MEANS SCHOLARSHIP C. OTHERSCHOLARSHIPS
  • 62. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROSPECTUS 2013-2014 60 14. MEDALS/PRIZES/CERTIFICATES 1. Awarded ByTheUniversityOfDelhi 2. Awarded By The Institute The following Gold Medals are awarded by the University of Delhi. i. L. Jogeshwar Nath Gold Medal : Awarded to the best student in Technical Education. ii. Engineering Projects India Ltd. Gold Medal : Awarded to the student who secures the highest marks in B.E. (Electronics and Communication Engg.) Examination. i) President’s Gold Medal : Awarded to the student standing first in the Final Year B.E. Examination considering all disciplines. (10 gms. of 22 carat gold) ii) Director’s Gold Medal : Awarded to the best all rounder student of the Final Year. (10 gms. of 22 carat gold) iii) Institute’s Silver Medals : iv) A) Awarded to the student standing first in the Final B.E. Examination in each discipline (each 20 Gms silver medal) B) Awarded for the best contribution in the Final Year Project in each discipline. (each 20 gms silver medal). v. Cups/Certificates : Awarded for different sports activities vi. Medals / Certificates / Prizes :Awarded for various Co-curricular activities like Debate, Drama and other Cultural/Professional activities organized with the approval of the Director for the furtherance of the objectives of the Institute and for the best overall performance in the corporate life of the Institute. vi. RAMANUJANAWARD : Ramanujan Hostel confers RamanujanAward to the 1st year students of NSITforoutstandingperformanceinMATHEMATICSin1stYearonoccasionofMILAN. MERIT-CUM-MEANS SCHOLARSHIPAND PRIZE, IF NOT CLAIMED BYTHE STUDENTS WITHIN THE PRESCRIBED PERIOD, WILL BE REMITTED BACK TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY CONCERNED AND THE SAME WILL NOT BE REDRAWN, WHATSOEVER THEREASON MAYBE. ANY AMOUNT PERTAINING TO REFUND OF FEE, STIPEND, MERIT SCHOLARSHIP, Disclaimer: The information of this document is for illustration purpose only. For up to date and correct information pleasecontactconcerned section(s) /officersof NSIT.
  • 63. NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (Affiliated to University of Delhi) An Autonomous Institution of Govt. of NCT of Delhi Azad Hind Fauj Marg, Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078 Tel: +91-11-25099038-42, 25099050, fax: +91-11-25099022 Website: http://www.nsit.ac.in 2013-14