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  • CONTENTS Message from the Pro Chancellor 02 Section 4 Message from the Vice Chancellor 03 Sikkim Manipal School of Architecture Sikkim Manipal University 04 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 42 Important Dates 42 Section 1 Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences Section 5 Message from the Dean 07 Sikkim Manipal Institute of Information Courses and Objective 08 Technology Eligibility Criteria 10 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 44 Categories 11 Important Dates 44 NRI/Foreign Category 12 Admission Procedure 13 Section 6 Facilities Available 13 Sikkim Manipal Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Section 2 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 46 Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology Important Dates 46 Message from Director 17 Academic Departments 18 Section 7 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 20 Courses under Skilled Development Infrastructure/Facilities 22 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 48 Industry Orientation/Project & Placements 23 Important Dates 49 Training and Placement Department 23 Student Support 24 Section 8 Student Activities 24 General Information Some Recent Achievements 25 Guidelines for Filling Application Form 52 Mandatory Disclosures 26 Submission of Application Form 57 Number of Seats in Various Courses 31 Scratch Card 57 Admission Procedure 32 Instructions to Candidates Appearing for UGET1/UGET2 of SMU 57 Section 3 Counseling Procedure 62 School of Basic and Applied Sciences Documents 62 Department of Physics 35 Discipline 63 Department of Chemistry 36 Anti Ragging Measures 63 Department of Mathematics 37 Attendance 64 Programs and Eligibility Criteria 37 Course and Hostel Fees 64 Withdrawal & Refund Rules 69 Getting to Sikkim 73 Important Dates 0n Back Cover
  • MESSAGE FROM THE PRO CHANCELLOR The Sikkim Manipal University provides quality education and healthcare services to Sikkim and Eastern India. The Sikkim Manipal University is a part of the Manipal Education and Medical Group which operates two Universities and 24 professional colleges in India and overseas. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT) which is a constituent college of Sikkim Manipal University was set up in 1997 to offer quality engineering education. Today it is a premier Engineering Institute in the region. The Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS), which is a constituent of Sikkim Manipal University, was set up in 1999 to offer quality medical education. To meet the demand of the students I am pleased to inform that School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Sikkim Manipal School of Architecture, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Information Technology and Sikkim Manipal Institute of Hotel Management & Catering have also started functioning as constituent colleges of SMU. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus and are confident that SMU will be your stepping stone to a successful professional career. Dr. Ramdas M Pai President Manipal Pai Foundation and Pro Chancellor, Sikkim Manipal University 2
  • MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR Dear Student, I am happy to note your interest in Professional Education and that you have chosen the reputed Institutions of Manipal Group for your education and professional training. Our Mission in the Sikkim Manipal University is “Global Leadership in Human Development and Excellence in Education and Health Care”. Our perseverance and endeavor are guided by our vision to transform the lives of our students, through exemplary education and training, in their journey of discovery, understanding, awareness and perfection of cutting edge knowledge, skills and competencies. Our Institutes have state of the art infrastructure, facilities, ambience and organizational culture to nurture your thinking and understanding in your pursuits to perfect your professional knowledge and competence. Our dedicated teams of faculty are committed to the task of ensuring that our graduates are well trained to meet the demanding challenges of their chosen profession in the competitive world. We look forward to welcoming you to Sikkim Manipal University. With best wishes Brig. (Dr) S.S. Pabla Vice Chancellor, SMU 3
  • SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY Sikkim Manipal University (SMU) came into existence on November 15, 1992 as a result of the agreement signed between the Government of Sikkim and the Manipal Pai Foundation. The University has two campuses namely Medical (Health Sciences) campus and the Technology and Management campus. SMU is located at 5th Mile, Tadong which is 8 kms South of the city centre of Gangtok, the State Capital. Sikkim Manipal University is incorporated through an Act of Sikkim State Assembly, recognized by the University Grants Commission and approved by the Government of India. THE CONSTITUENT UNITS ARE: 1. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT) 2. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS) 3. College of Physiotherapy 4. College of Nursing 5. School of Basic and Applied Sciences(SBAS) 6. Sikkim Manipal School of Architecture (New College) 7. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Information Technology (New College) 8. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Hotel Management & Catering (New College) 9. Directorate of Distance Education (SMUDDE) Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology is located at Majitar Village, about 35 kms south of Gangtok. Established in 1997, it offers B.Tech in seven engineering disciplines, MCA and MBA. School of Basic and Applied Sciences which is situated at Majitar, offers M.Sc in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and M.Tech in six branches. [Most of its Departments also conduct doctoral programs]. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences along with College of Nursing and College of Physiotherapy is co- located with the University at 5th Mile, Tadong. SMIMS was set up in 1999. At this campus, we offer MBBS, B.Sc Nursing and BPT courses besides Medical M.Sc programs in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Physiology and Anatomy. STATUTORY OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY Chancellor : His Excellency Shri Balmiki Prasad Singh, the Governor of Sikkim Pro chancellor : Dr Ramdas M Pai Vice Chancellor : Brig (Dr) S.S. Pabla Registrar : Mrs Sherap Shenga 4
  • SECTION - 1 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) B.Sc. (Nursing) Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) Integrated M.Sc Medical Biotechnology Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) M.Sc. (Medical) in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry & Microbiology Masters in Physiotherapy (MPT) Post B.Sc Nursing (likely to be started) SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (Ph.No. 91-3592-270535) COLLEGE OF NURSING, (Ph. No- 91-3592-270534,270294 Extn- 282) COLLEGE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY, (Ph. No- 91-3592-232041 Extn-138) 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok - 737102, Sikkim Website: www.smu.edu.in E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in Ph: 91-3592- 270389 Fax: 91-3592-270389, 231162 5
  • SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS) along with College of Nursing and College of Physiotherapy is located at Tadong. SMIMS, a constituent unit of the Sikkim Manipal University (SMU), offers MBBS, B.Sc. Nursing and Physiotherapy courses, besides M.Sc. Programs in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Physiology and Anatomy. The Central Referral Hospital and STNM Hospital in Gangtok offer clinical training opportunities to students. The Central Referral Hospital (CRH), Tadong, is a 500 bedded Tertiary care Hospital. It is a nine storeyed building with a floor space of more than 3,00000 sq. ft. The hospital has 21 specialties, 8 operation theatres with state of the art equipment. CRH is an ISO 9001:2000 certified hospital by BSI Management Systems with state of the art medical record Library, Medical auditing and computerized Hospital Information System. We function as per our carefully drafted policies and procedures with special emphasis on infection control practices. 6
  • MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN Congratulations on your decision to select the Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS). We have invested in terms of time, effort and money to provide for a quality medical education at SMIMS. We inculcate in our students a strong commitment to patient care and academics. Our faculties are committed to educating and supporting our students as they prepare to become the next generation of physicians – the legacy to the future. I am sure you will have an unforgettable joyous experience of studying in scenic ambiance of the institution. I look forward to meeting you on campus. With best wishes, Dr. R N Salhan Dean Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences 7
  • 1. COURSE AND OBJECTIVES research projects. The objective of training is not only to prepare the students to be responsible 1.1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery members of the community, but also to prepare (MBBS) them for higher education and training in India and Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences offers abroad. The method of teaching is fully geared to MCI recognized 4 ½ years MBBS course as per achieve these objectives. SMIMS has also a scheme curriculum prescribed by the Medical Council of of teacher- guardian support system, which ensures India (MCI). This course carries the educational and that each student receives individualized academic technical excellence, which is a hallmark of all and psychological support and career related Manipal Group organizations. During the course, counseling from members of the faculty during the students are trained in theoretical and practical entire study period. Thus, students pursuing MBBS aspects of basic, pre- and para-clinical subjects and at SMIMS not only undergo rigorous technical receive state of the art training from fully equipped training, but also receive support to become good and staffed medical college and teaching hospital. individuals and responsible citizens of the country. The teaching hospital is a tertiary care center serving people of Sikkim and North East India, in general and 1.2. Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) offers excellent scope for hands on clinical training. The duration of the course is 4 years class room The teaching staff are experienced and trained in curriculum followed by a six month internship modern teaching learning methods. SMIMS has programme. It is the only college in the entire North- adopted policy of constantly evolving and updating East Region that is recognized by the Indian teaching learning systems in keeping in time with Association of Physiotherapists (IAP). MCI regulations from time to time. The students are exposed to novel learning environment facilitating The objective of the course is to train the better learning. For example, students get exposure undergraduates to independently evaluate, assess, to seminar presentations developing d i a g n o s e , p re s c r i b e , p l a n a n d p ra c t i c e communication skills, participating in integrated physiotherapy in a competent manner. teaching sessions, exposure to patient care in community setting and participation in short term In the first two years, students have didactic lectures 8
  • including the basic sciences, basic concepts of fundamentals of Nursing during the first academic exercise therapy (regarding handling, positioning, year. They are exposed to hospital as well as the principles of various techniques used) and community right from the first academic year. The electro therapeutic modalities including the basic subjects of specialized nursing in individual subjects concepts of biophysics. The students are also posted of medicine, surgery, pediatrics and psychiatry are for observational training. covered during the subsequent years. During the third and fourth year, students are 1.4. Integrated M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology exposed to clinical postings which include out- The Duration of the course is 5 years and objective of patients and in-patients of the orthopedics, the course is to impart expertise to young talented neurological, cardiopulmonary, obstetric and students and to enable them to join the main stream gynecology, pediatrics, surgery etc. The students of medical biotechnology based teaching, research thereby can gain experience in patient care including and development activities early intervention, acute care and long term treatment. 1.5. Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) The Duration of the course is 3 years. This course The College is located at the Department of aims to provide the students with adequate Physiotherapy at Central Referral Hospital that knowledge and skills to carry out routine and provides adequate clinical exposure to the students. sophisticated laboratory diagnostic procedures. At the end of course they are expected to have 1.3. B.Sc. (Nursing) sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge The duration of the course is 4 years. The B.Sc. related to the principles of the laboratory exercises Nursing program is designed to prepare its students and also to deal with new advances in for shouldering responsibilities and assuming instrumentation, methodology or standardization, accountability for Nursing services at the primary, management of laboratories, standard protocols secondary and tertiary levels of care and the work and use of technology related to laboratory course is recognized by Indian Nursing Council. On investigations. completion of the course the students are essentially equipped to work as bedside nurses as 1.6. M.Sc. (Medical) in Human Anatomy, Medical well as generalist level medical, surgical, pediatric, Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology & Medical psychiatric, community health nurses and midwives. Physiology They are also expected to take up leadership in M.Sc. Degree course is a three year programme nursing, being teachers, first level managers and consisting of classroom teaching, self study, researchers. seminars, research project (dissertation) and practical demonstration classes. The students are taught basic sciences and 9
  • All the M.Sc. programmes will have a foundation The candidate must have passed (10+2) or course of one year consisting of fundamentals of equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry. In the second Biology and English with minimum 45% aggregate year the students will proceed to their respective marks in PCBE (40% marks for SC/ST/OBC) with pass departments for theoretical and practical classes. In marks in individual subject. the third year they will undertake self study and dissertation work. Note : Only female candidates are eligible for admission as per WB Nursing Council and it is a 1.7. Master in Physiotherapy ( MPT) residential course. The Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy offers a two years Master of Physiotherapy Course and 2.4. BMLT follows a generic curriculum. It is the only college in The candidate must have passed (10+2) or the North Eastern India to offer post graduate equivalent examination with PCB / Maths with program in Physiotherapy. The objectives of this post minimum 50% aggregate marks (45% marks for SC/ graduate program are: To incorporate evidence ST/ OBC category). based and ethical practice in all the areas of physiotherapy care, especially within the area of 2.5. Integrated M.Sc Medical Biotechnology specialty, to acquire skills required to be an effective The candidate must have passed (10+2) or theoretical & clinical teacher in Physiotherapy, to be equivalent examination with PCB with minimum proficient in research methods and apply these in 50% aggregate marks (45% marks for SC/ ST/ OBC pursuing research in Physiotherapy and to learn category). elements of administration in order to be an effective Physiotherapy administrator. NOTE: CANDIDATES APPEARING IN 10+2 OR EQUIVALENT / EXAMINATION ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE TO 2. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA APPLY IN ALL THE ABOVE COURSES. 2.1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery 2.6. Master in Physiotherapy (MPT) (MBBS) The candidate must have passed Bachelor of All candidates must be 17 years of age or older as on Physiotherapy examination from an institution/ December 31, 2010. University full time, in-campus BPT course program The candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent duly recognized by the Indian Association of examination with minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (40% of aggregate marks for SC/ST/OBC) with pass marks in each subject and English. 2.2. Bachelor of Physiotherapy The candidate must have passed (10+2) or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 45% aggregate marks (40% marks for SC/ST/OBC), having secured pass marks in individual subject. 2.3. B. Sc. Nursing All candidates must be at least 17 years or older as on December 31, 2010. 10
  • Physiotherapists and have secured a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate. Candidates who are presently doing their BPT internship are also eligible to apply, but their admission to the course program is subject to their internship completion on or before 31st July 2010. 2.7. M.Sc. (Medical) in Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry & Microbiology The candidate must have passed a 3 years B.Sc. course in any branch of Life Sciences i.e. Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology and Chemistry. General category candidate must have secured minimum 55% and the reserved category (SC/ST) candidate must have secured 50% in aggregate, in life Sciences subjects in B.Sc. 3. NUMBER OF SEATS IN DIFFERENT CATEGORIES Category Sikkim General North East Defence NRI / For Manipal SMU Course Govt. NRI Sponsored Students MBBS 10 16 15 1 8 Nil Nil BPT 6 9 9 2 4 Nil Nil B.Sc Nursing 10 16 15 1 8 Nil Nil BMLT 4 5 4 1 Nil Nil 6 MPT 2 6 Nil 1 1 2 1 (alternating (alternat with Defence ing with category) In service category) M.Sc Medical : Anatomy - 1 5 1 Biochemistry - 2 8 1 Microbiology - 2 8 Nil Nil Nil Nil 1 Physiology - 1 5 1 Integrated M.Sc 3 5 5 2 Nil Nil Medical Biotechnology -3% seats are reserved for eligible person in accordance with Disability Act 1995 NOTE: The distribution of number of seats under sponsored candidates must produce a bank respective categories is provisional and liable to guarantee for tuition fees for the first year duration change on Government orders /decision by the of course at the time of admission. In case bank Governing Council. guarantee cannot be produced at the time of admission, the admission will be provisional. The The candidate must exercise his/her option for only said bank guarantee will have to be produced within one category in the application and the option is not one month from the date of admission failing which transferable to any other category admission will be cancelled. The authority reserves the right of disqualifying the application/candidature of any applicant at any 4. CATEGORIES stage of processing if the information submitted is Criteria for consideration under different categories. found to be incorrect or incomplete. 4.1. Sikkim Category (only for candidates of Sikkim) Applicants seeking admission under this category IMPORTANT NOTE should contact: Candidates applying from abroad are requested to The Director of Technical Education send an application along with demand draft of US HRD Department, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok $50 in favour of Sikkim Manipal University, payable at Gangtok. 4.2. Defence Category In addition, all parents/guardians of NRI/NRI Wards of active defence personnel are eligible to be 11
  • considered under this category provided, parent(s) have obtained 50% marks in the last qualifying of the candidate, who is a defence personel must be examination. For the purpose of percentage of borne on strength of a military unit located in Sikkim marks in the qualifying examination candidates as on 1.1.2010. Admissions are made on the basis of qualifying from Foreign Universities are required to rank obtained in the UGET. submit the equivalent grading/percentage of marks from AIU (Association of Indian Universities, New For eligibility for consideration in this category the Delhi), address of which is given subsequently. following certificates are to be produced by the parents along with the application: Note : For B.Sc. Nursing and BPT course candidates (1) Certificate from Commandant/ from Bhutan & Nepal can also appear in the entrance Commanding Officer/Adjutant of their examination UGET1. If they get a rank in merit then respective units showing at least 5 years of the admission will be given under general category. active service. Applicants seeking admission under this category (2) Copy of posting order to Sikkim. should write directly to the following address for (3) Copy of joining report from appropriate more information: authority based in Sikkim. (Part II order/casualty return) The Admission Officer Sikkim Manipal University 4.3. North East Category 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok 737102, Permanent residents of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, Manipur Tele: +91-3592-270389, Fax No: +91-3592-270389 and Sikkim are eligible to apply. Domicile/ Email: admission_smu@smu.edu.in permanent residence certificate from the appropriate authority in respect of applicant /parent Documents required to be submitted with of the applicant is essential for consideration in this application form (under this category) are: category. Admissions are made on the basis of rank l Proof of NRI status in case candidate is NRI obtained in the UGET. (Scanned copy of Passport only) l Sponsorship by NRI if sponsored, with scanned One seat is reserved for offsprings of permanent copy of passport of the sponsor. A format of staff of SMU. They will have to fulfill the criteria laid sponsorship letter is given below in Annexure III. down by the University and the candidate will have l Proof of residence of NRI/sponsor to appear in UGET. l Application by candidate in plain paper/printed application form either downloaded from our 4.4. General Category website or as available with the prospectus Any candidate who is a citizen of India is eligible to l of marks sheet of qualifying examination Copy apply under this category. Admissions are based on l candidates qualifying from foreign For merit obtained in the UGET. In addition to these, any Schools/Universities/Institutions, equivalence vacant seat from other categories will also be filled certificate from the Association of Indian under this category. Universities (AIU) l A demand draft for a sum of Rs. 1,500 in favour of 4.5. NRI/NRI Sponsored/PIO/International Category SMU, payable at Gangtok Candidates are required to apply separately and admission will be given after screening conducted by Address of AIU- SMU. The date of screening will be intimated after Association of Indian Universities (AIU) receipt of applications. If the candidate AIU House,16, Comrade Indrajit Gupta Marg himself/herself is not an NRI, then he/she may be (Kotla Marg), New Delhi-110002 sponsored by his/her father, mother, brother, sister, & : 011-23230059/23231097/2322429/23232435 uncle or aunt, grandparent who must be an NRI. For e-mail: aiu @ du 12.vsnl.net.in eligibility under this category the applicant must 12
  • 5. ADMISSION PROCEDURE reverse of the original marks sheet is also copied. In the application form, at least two choices are to be 5.1 MBBS, BPT, B.Sc Nursing & Integrated M.Sc. mentioned in course applied for according to (Medical) Biotechnology preference. Admission will be on the basis of merit in the entrance examination conducted by SMU. 6. FACILITIES AVAILABLE Note : For MBBS course a general category candidate 6.1. Hospital has to secure minimum 50% marks in aggregate Presently the Central Referral Hospital has 500 beds. (PCB) and for ST, SC and OBC 40% marks in aggregate It is a nine storeyed building with a floor space of (PCB) in UGET conducted by SMU. more than 3,00,000 sq. ft. The hospital has 21 specialties, 8 operation theatres and state-of-the-art Counseling and admission will be at SMU, Gangtok. medical equipment. After the Entrance Exams, dates for counseling for candidates as per their position in the merit list and 6.2. College according to rank and choice of the candidates for The college is fully equipped and staffed. The college courses will be posted on our website is housed in an imposing building with all modern www.smu.edu.in. There will be no separate facilities All non clinical and clinical Departments are intimation sent by post. The candidates are strongly fully operational. advised to look up our websites regularly without fail. 6.3. Lecture Halls If the number of candidates taking UGET There are 5 lecture halls equipped with modern examination is less than the number of seats in B.Sc. audio-visual teaching aids. Nursing and BPT than for remaining seats the admission will be on the basis of marks of candidate 6.4. Laboratories and Dissection Hall in 10+2(after inviting fresh applications). There are 9 Laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment. The dissection hall is large enough for 5.2 BMLT 150 students to work simultaneously. Admission will be based on the inter-se merit of the candidates on the basis of marks obtained in 10+2 6.5. Computers (or equivalent) qualifying examination. All departments are provided with computers. Internet facilities are available in the college and 5.3 MPT central library. Admission will be on the basis of rank of candidates under different category in the Entrance 6.6. Library and reading rooms Examination conducted by Sikkim Manipal The library has 8000 text and reference books and University. subscribes to 100 National and International journals. Internet and Medline facilities are available 5.4 M.Sc Medical (Anatomy, Biochemistry, for students and faculty. Physiology & Microbiology) Admission is strictly based on merit (marks obtained 6.7. Hostel in life sciences subjects namely Botany, Zoology, The Institute is fully residential. All undergraduate Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology in B.Sc Part I, students are required to stay in the hostel. Only II and III. Those appearing in B.Sc Final should send a permanent local residents are exempted. The nine copy of a final marks sheet as soon as the results are storeyed building houses 200 rooms. Each room is declared by fax or any other mode but not later than furnished with a mattress, a study table, a chair, a 14th August 2010. While enclosing marks sheet of cupboard/shelf for each student. Every room has an Part I, II and III the applicant should ensure that the attached toilet, service area and hot water facility. 13
  • An exclusive dining hall with a modern kitchen and mess is also housed in the hostel building. The mess 6.11. Sports provides vegetarian / non-vegetarian meals. Dining Facilities for Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Table in the mess is compulsory for all inmates of the Tennis, Badminton, Carom and Chess are available. hostel. The students of first year will be provided The college also has an active cricket team. with 3 seated rooms. 6.12. Medicare (medical insurance) 6.8. Communication All students are covered by the Medical Insurance Two ISD/STD booths operate inside the campus. A Scheme (Medicare) provided by the Institute. There telephone connection has been provided on each is a separate ward reserved for students at the floor in the hostel building. Central Referral Hospital (CRH). 6.9. Bank 6.13. Teacher guardian scheme Canara Bank operates on campus. There are also Under this scheme, each student is allotted a specific ATM facilities of HDFC, Axis Bank, SBI. teacher guardian who provides emotional support, monitors academic performance, provides 6.10. Entertainment necessary guidance to his/her ward and The University organizes movie shows at frequent communicates regularly with the parents of the intervals in the fully equipped auditorium. student. This scheme has received tremendous 14
  • SECTION - 2 Bachelor Of Technology V & Communication Engineering Electronics V Science & Engineering ? Computer V Information Technology V & Electronics Engineering Electrical V Mechanical Engineering V Civil Engineering V Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Applied Master Of Technology V Power Electronics Master Of Business Administration Master Of Computer Applications SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (Constituent College of Sikkim Manipal University) Majitar, Rangpo Pin -737 136, East Sikkim Website: www.smit.smu.edu.in E-mail: smit@smu.edu.in Phone: Admission Cell: 03592 - 246466, 246020 EPABX: 246 216/217/219/220 extension 221, 247 Fax: 03592- 246467, 246112 Dr. V.K. Sayal (Chairman, Admission Cell): +9194343 84701 Dr. G.C. Mishra (Member) : +9198323 91572 Mr. A.P. Tiwary (Member): +9194348 61646 Mr. Sandeep Chakraborty (Member): +9194342 13875 15
  • SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (SMIT) The Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology was established in 1997 as a constituent college of Sikkim Manipal University and is approved by AICTE. SMIT has the distinction of prestigious accreditation for engineering disciplines by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) vide no. NBA/ACCR-860/06 dated 22 January 2008. SMIT has ISO 9001 accreditation vide NS-EN ISO 9001:2000 for all its courses. The Engineering College has its own campus at Majitar, Rangpo, East Sikkim. The institute's location on the banks of river Teesta, surrounded by green hills, adds to the vibrancy of the campus and makes it an ideal place for learning. As per CSR – GHRDC Ranking, published in Competition Success Review, October 2009, SMIT has achieved 8th Rank in University Engineering Colleges of India, 17th Rank in the list of Engineering Colleges of Excellence in India and 27th Rank amongst the Top 50 Engineering Colleges of India. The Institute attracts students from all over the country and has over 2700 students enrolled in the various disciplines. SMIT has a well-endowed faculty with 170 full time teachers including 30 PhDs and 65 M Techs to deliver quality education. In addition, the Institute also enjoys the services of 20 adjunct faculty members to supplement the talents available within the campus. State-of-the-art infrastructure, a well-stocked library, sophisticated technical labs set up in collaboration with industry, and closeness to nature make it one of the best engineering institutes in the country today. The Institute has an efficient Placement Cell, which ensures campus placements for students. Almost all eligible students of the final year B.Tech batch passing out in June 2010 have already been placed in top companies like Infosys and TCS. 16
  • MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR At Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, it is our endeavor to achieve eminence in the field of quality technological education and research. Our dedicated team of faculty is committed to provide wholesome education to meet the intellectual aspirations of students and equip them with techno managerial skills that will enable them to take their assigned role in the industry as thorough professionals. Our aim plus is to imbibe all those qualities which are essential to make our students contribute effectively to the advancement of the society. . The institute is fully residential with state-of-the-art infrastructure and on environment conducive to meet academic, extracurricular & co-curricular aspirations of the students. I congratulate you on choosing Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT). We are sure that your stay with us will enable you to become a thorough professional in the technical field chosen by you. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus for a very fruitful and rich learning experience. With best wishes Prof. (Dr.) N. V. Subba Reddy Director, SMIT 17
  • 1. ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS equipped with latest infrastructure, this Department conducts research in areas like Computer Networks, 1.1. Electronics & Communication Engineering Distributed Systems, Data mining etc. Students enrolled in this stream have the opportunity to work in labs equipped with state-of- 1.4. Electrical & Electronics Engineering the-art` equipment in the areas of Analog Circuits, Electrical & Electronics Engineering is one of the Digital Systems, Communications, Microprocessors, oldest Departments of the Institute and students Computer Programming, MATLAB, Microwaves, passing out have proven that with the degree in this PCB, DSP and Power Electronics. The Department field they could get wider options for future also has VLSI and Image Processing Laboratories. In advancements in electronics and computer fields. addition to B.Tech., the Department also offers Ph.D. Curricula have been framed in consultation with degree. experienced academicians from IITs and other universities and keeping in pace with present day 1.2. Computer Science & Engineering needs, Curricula not only cover the requisites of This is one of the most sought after stream and offers electrical engineering but also some subjects in students an opportunity to become thorough communications, electronics and computer fields. professionals in Computer Science & Engineering. Many renowned professors from premier The Department has well equipped computer labs universities visit the Department every semester as that allow students to conduct experiments in Data adjunct faculty. Structures, Databases and other areas. Most of the passed out students have been placed in array of Students are extensively exposed to well equipped renowned, global software industries in India and labs like Electrical Machines Lab, Microprocessor/ abroad. The Department offers B.Tech and Ph.D. Microcontroller Lab, Power Electronics Lab, degree. Communication Lab, Electrical Circuits and Measurement Lab, Control Lab, Advanced 1.3. Information Technology Programming Lab, Analog and Digital Electronics Department of Information Technology offers B.Tech Lab. They need to intensively work in computer as well as Ph.D. programmes in Information platforms like MATLAB, PSPICE and C++. Technology. The Department is also very active in Students have undertaken projects in industries like research and development activities in cutting edge TATA Honeywell, Wipro, CESC, Stelsalit, Power technologies. Graduated students are well placed in Microsystems, NHPC, TCS, Siemens, CTS, etc. This reputed industries as well as academia. Being well has helped students to secure sound placements 18
  • within and outside India. Through in-campus Engineering Department has been established with placements, students have been placed well in CTS, the help of well established Department of TCS, Stelsalit, HCL etc. Electronics and Communication Engineering in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students. This is one of The Department is successfully running post the most preferred stream of Engineering to cater graduation course with specialization in Power for the present needs of the electronics industries Electronics and Ph.D program. globally. The Department is being established with 1.5. Mechanical Engineering the state-of-the-art labs and teaching Mechanical Engineering Department, the oldest methodologies. Students of the Department will be department of the Institute, offers B. Tech., M. Tech. exposed to the latest advancements in research and and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. The development in the area. department has well-equipped laboratories and 1.8. Physics workshops with latest equipments/machineries as The Department has a team of strong faculty per the requirement of modern industries. Besides members to give the required base in Physics to all the conventional machine tools, the department budding engineers, which help them throughout, also has CNC machines like lathe, milling and drilling even during specialization in various Engineering and software on Computer Aided Design and Streams. The Department also offers its services to Manufacturing. Fluid Engineering lab, thermal other streams on specialized topics and arranges Engineering Lab, Dynamics Lab and Strength of scientific awareness programs. It specializes in Materials Lab have well-designed equipments to research in the field of Particle Physics, Plasma complement the knowledge gathered in these fields. Physics, Solid State Physics and Electronics. It also The department has also established the Non- encourages interdisciplinary research in the area of conventional Machining Lab, Automobile Lab and Quantum Information Technology and Electrical Foundry lab. Highly qualified faculty is an additional Engineering. The Department is well equipped with strength of the department. Faculty members of the related laboratory facility. department have received the funds for research projects from various funding agencies. Apart from 1.9. Chemistry quality teaching, the faculty members are actively This Department provides students with engaged in research and consultancies in the areas fundamental principles of Engineering Chemistry of Micro and Nano-machining, Energy Management, and Environmental Sciences. It also introduces Vibration and Acoustic emission control and signal latest concepts such as Liquid Crystals, processing, Production management and operation Nanomaterials, Composite Materials, research, Quality Management etc. This is a matter Environmental Pollution and its control. It has well- of pride for the department that the passed out equipped lab with sophisticated equipment like students have been recruited in the premier national Polarograph, Flame Photometer, Potential Recorder, and multinational organizations. UV-Spectrophotometre. The Department is 1.6 Civil Engineering endowed with vibrant & dynamic faculty, well qualified to impart high quality teaching. The Civil Engineering Department was opened from Department also has vibrant ongoing research with 2009 academic session with an intake of 60 students. No. of Ph.D students. This is one of the most sought after stream all over the country. The Department is being developed 1.10. Mathematics with the state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching It offers courses for all branches of Engineering. The methodologies. Students of the Department will be Syllabi are framed in such a manner that it covers exposed to the latest advancements in design and most of the engineering applications that are construction technologies with sufficient field necessary for modern trend and covers areas in exposures. Information Technology. Apart from B.Tech 1.7 Applied Electronics and Instrumentation programme, it also offers courses for MBA and MCA Engineering programs. The Department also has qualified faculty engaged in research in areas of pure and applied Applied Electronics and Instrumentation mathematics. 19
  • 1.11. Management Studies admission form and submit the same to SMIT by The Department offers MBA in Finance, HR, prescribed date. Candidates should intimate their Marketing and Systems. Emphasis is on AIEEE ranking to SMIT within 15 days of the development of an all round managerial announcement of AIEEE result by CBSC. They must perspective. Students can opt for any two out of the send the down loaded rank along with a Xerox copy above four specializations. The Department also of the original application form already sent in order conducts regular training and development to be eligible for counseling and admission. programmes to Govt. Officers, Professional Counseling will be conducted at SMIT on the dates Managers and students. mentioned separately in this prospectus. Please note that SMIT does NOT participate in the counseling carried out by Central Counseling Board 2. PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA of AIEEE. 2.1. B. Tech Programme (663 seats) (ii) Sikkim Category: Candidates should apply to the Director, Technical Education, Government of a) Streams Offered Sikkim. The Government of Sikkim will conduct an l Electronics & Communications Engineering entrance examination, the details of which will be l Information Technology notified by the Director, Technical Education. l Mechanical Engineering (iii) UGET General Category: Candidates, seeking l Computer Science & Engineering admission under this category will have to appear for l Electrical & Electronics Engineering the Under Graduate Entrance Test (UGET) that will l Applied Electronics & Instrumentation be conducted by SMU. For detailed instructions on Engineering the UGET and examination fee please refer to l Civil Engineering Section 8. b) Eligibility e) Reserved Categories (i) All candidates must have passed (10+2) or equivalent with Physics (P) & Mathematics (M) as (I) Sikkim: Candidates seeking admission through compulsory subjects and Chemistry or Computer Sikkim category need to apply directly to the Sciences or Biotechnology or Biology, as one of the Director -Technical Education, HRD, Government of optional subjects. They must have secured a Sikkim. minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in these (ii) Defence: Wards of all Defence (serving/retired) subjects to be considered for selection (45% for services personnel are eligible to apply but SC/ST/OBC). preference will be given to wards of personnel posted in Sikkim. They should apply with the (ii) A candidate with a diploma in the appropriate following: branch of engineering awarded by a State Board of l Certificate from Commanding Officer Technical Education, and with at least 50% in indicating the place of posting. aggregate in diploma is also eligible for admission to the first year of B Tech (45% for SC/ST/OBC) through l Copy of transfer order to Sikkim, where entrance examination. applicable. l Discharge Certificates/Retired Identity c) Entrance Examinations card/Pension Pay Order for retired personnel. Candidates will have to appear for one of the (iii) North East: Domicile/Residential certificate from entrance examinations depending upon the concerned district authorities is required to be category under which they are seeking admission. submitted. The details of these examinations according to (iv) DGHC: Sponsorship letter from Principal categories are given in the succeeding paragraphs. Secretary, DGHC is required, to be submitted. (I) General Category, Defence, and North East, DGHC, (v) Para Military Force: Wards of all Para Military Paramilitary Force: The candidates will have to Force (serving/retired) personnel are eligible to appear for the AIEEE to be conducted by the CBSE. apply but preference will be given to wards of the The candidates are also required to fill up the SMIT personnel posted in Sikkim. They should apply with 20
  • the following :- g) Admission of students from other universities l Certificate from the Head of the Office (i) Candidates may be permitted under certain indicating the place of posting. eligibility conditions and subject to availability of l Copy of transfer order to Sikkim, where seats in the second year of engineering (III applicable. Semester). Such admission shall be made at the l Discharge Certificates/Pension Order for beginning of the academic year within a maximum retired personnel period of thirty days after the commencement of the (vi) NRI: Candidates seeking admission under this semester. A candidate seeking transfer from another category should be Foreign Nationals / Persons of university should have cleared all subjects of the Indian Origin (PIO)/ Children of Indian Workers in the previous year/semester prescribed by the parent Gulf Countries. Admission under this category will be university, and should produce the original marks given after screening conducted by SMU. If the card and a certificate to that effect from that candidate himself/herself is not an NRI, then he/she university. Candidate will also produce NOC from the may be sponsored by his/her father, mother, previous institute. brother, sister, uncle or aunt, grandparent who must (ii) Such students should also satisfy all other be an NRI. Eligibility under this category, is similar as conditions of eligibility as prescribed by Sikkim mentioned in Para 2.1.b (i) & (ii) above. Candidates Manipal University. qualifying from Foreign Universities are required to h) Lateral Entry to Second year Engineering submit the equivalent grading/percentage of marks from AIU (Association of Indian Universities, New Candidates can apply for the direct entry to second Delhi). year of Bachelor of Technology programme fulfilling the following criteria: Documents required to be submitted with application form (under this category) as given in (i) Three years' diploma in appropriate branch of para 4.5 of Section 1. Engineering with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. (ii) Three years' B.Sc degree with Mathematics as Note : Candidates from Bhutan and Nepal can also one of the subjects, with minimum 60% marks in appear in the entrance examination UGET2. If they aggregate. get a rank in merit then the admission will be given under General category. Candidates are advised to contact the admission office during the first week of July. The format of letter of sponsorship is given in 2.2. M.Tech Programme Annexure – III. Master of Technology in Power Electronics: (M.Tech IMPORTANT NOTES PE) (18 Seats) (I) In case the number of applicants for the seats in a Eligibility: reserved category (except NRI) is less than the seats (I) Degree in Electrical/Electronics & Communication earmarked for that particular category, the vacant / Telecommunication/ Instrumentation Engineering, seats will be converted into the General Category. as applicable, with a minimum of 60% marks. (ii) Preference will be given to GATE qualified (ii) Candidates are required to retain a photocopy of candidates. Any unsubscribed seats after admission the application form with them. of GATE qualified candidates will be filled up based f) Change of Branch on an entrance test to be conducted by the Institute (i) Students are allotted the branch of engineering at on its campus. the time of admission to the first year (I semester) B (iii) Sponsored candidates from government or Tech course on the basis of merit and preference. private organizations with not less than one year The allotment so made shall ordinarily be final. industrial or field experience/ teaching or research However, before the commencement of III Semester, experience in the relevant area after passing the change of branch will be considered on the basis of qualifying examination can be considered. their performance in I and II semester examinations, Preference will be given to the candidates in the subject to availability of seats. academic profession or working with R&D organizations. 21
  • (iv) Several teaching assistantships are awarded to (iii) Nine seats are reserved under NRI category. deserving candidates enrolled in the M Tech Candidates seeking admission under this category Courses. should be Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian (v) Three seats are reserved for Sikkim Government Origin(PIO)/ Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf nominees recommended by Director, Technical Countries. Admission under this category will be Education, HRD, Govt. of Sikkim. given after screening conducted by SMU. If the candidate himself/herself is not an NRI, then he/she 2.3. Master of Computer Applications (MCA) (45 may be sponsored by his/her father, mother, seats) brother, sister, uncle or aunt, grandparent who must Eligibility: be an NRI. Eligibility under this category, is similar as (i) Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a mentioned above. Candidates qualifying from recognized University with Mathematics/Statistics Foreign Universities are required to submit the as one of the subjects at 10+2 level. The candidates equivalent grading/percentage of marks from AIU will have to appear in the entrance examination to (Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi). be conducted by SMU at SMIT on prescribed date. Documents required to be submitted with Filled application form along with entrance exam fee application form (under this category) as given in as given in Section 8. para 4.5 of Section 1. (ii) Nine seats are reserved for candidates of Note : Candidates from Bhutan and Nepal can also Sikkimese origin. Candidates for this category will be appear in the entrance examination. If they get a recommended by Director Technical Education HRD, rank in merit then the admission will be given under Government of Sikkim. General category. 2.4. Master of Business Administration (MBA) (60 The format of letter of sponsorship is given in seats) Annexure – III. It is a two-year course leading to the award of an (iv) Twelve seats are reserved for candidates of M BA d e g re e . T h e p ro g ra m m e h a s d u a l Sikkimese origin. Candidates for this category will be specialization, marketing and any one of the recommended by Director - Technical Education, following specialization. Govt. of Sikkim. Specializations Human Resource Development Finance 3. INFRASTRUCTURE/FACILITIES Systems 3.1. Accommodation Note: A minimum of 10 students are required to be The institute is fully residential with separate Hostels enrolled in a specialization for it to be offered. for Boys and Girls, and provides excellent Eligibility: accommodation to over 2700 students. The hostel (I) Graduate Engineers and Bachelor's degree rooms are two-seaters, well furnished, and have holders in 10+2+3 scheme with at least 50% marks attached bathrooms with hot water supply. There (with 5% relaxation for SC/ST/OBC students) at are separate Students' Messes for boys and girls. graduation level will be selected based on There is also a Canteen providing vegetarian and performance in the Management Aptitude Test non-vegetarian meals. Recreation Rooms with TVs, (MAT)/Combined Aptitude Test(CAT). Candidates separate gymnasiums for boys and girls and sports should apply to SMIT on the prescribed form quoting facilities are available. Telephone facilities are their MAT/CAT score. Candidates will be selected available in each hostel. It is mandatory for all based on their performance in Group Discussions students to stay in the SMIT Hostel. and Interviews to be conducted at SMIT, Rangpo on 3.2. Guest House the dates given on the page of IMPORTANT DATES. A well furnished Guest House is available on the (ii) An entrance test for those not having a MAT/CAT campus. Accommodation in the Guest House is also score will also be conducted by SMIT on prescribed provided to the parents/guardians of students & date, if required. Fee for entrance test as given in visitors depending on availability. Section 8. 22
  • 3.3. Entrepreneurship Development Cell 4. INDUSTRY ORIENTATION/PROJECTS & The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) helps PLACEMENTS students in exploring entrepreneurial opportunities and assists them in starting their own ventures. The 4.1. Students Pursue Project Training in Many EDC regularly conducts Entrepreneurship Premier Industrial/Research Establishments Such as: Awareness/Development programs. Innovation TCS, Tata Technologies, HCL, Titan Industries, BARC, Incubation Centre has been added to the EDC to WEBEL Mediatronics, Skytech Solutions, CATS, connect the institution with innovation. Innovation Cognizant Technologies, Steaslit Industries, Reliance Incubation Centre helps the innovators to translate Telecom, Telco, NHPC, ISRO, Manipal Infocom, ISI, their ideas in to marketable product and to build the Reliance Infocom, Bharti Telecom, ECE Elevators, innovation based enterprises. Carrier Air Conditioners and HCL Infinet, E- Revmax and Lakhotia Enterprises, Greaves, Acer, MEMG, 3.4. Library, Reading Room & Internet facility Manipal Infocom, SNIP, VECC, Jadavpur / Calcutta The Institute has a well equipped library which caters University among others. Some of the above have to the needs of students and teachers. Besides started giving stipend during the training period. course related books, the library also stocks general and technical books. The Developing Library 4.2. The Companies Those Visited Sikkim Manipal Network (DELNET) facility provides on-line access to Institute of Technology for Campus Interviews leading libraries in the country. The college Include: subscribes to a large number of the leading Infosys Technologies, Tata Consultancy Services, professional journals in the relevant fields. The Cognizant Technologies, IBM, Accenture, ANZ, Wells Institute is also a member of INDEST- AICTE Fargo, Skytech solutions, Usha Communications, Consortium and thus has on line access to most of Stesalit Industries, HCL, COMNET, Godrej Infotech, the leading journals in the field of technology like Microland, Tech Mahindra, Satyam, Computer IEEE, ASME, Elsevier (Science Direct), Digital Science Corporation, TIL, TVS, Tata Elxsi, SHIV-VANI, Engineering, DELNET etc. The library also houses an VEHERE INTERACTIVE etc. audio visual section and offers Internet connectivity. The library remains open from 8.30 AM to 10.00 PM 5. TRAINING & PLACEMENT DEPARTMENT everyday including Sundays and holidays. Training & Placement Department is the hub of all The Institute has Cyber Cafe to provide internet interaction between the Corporate, Industries, and facility. Keeping with the latest technological trend, Academic/Research Institutions, with Sikkim the hostels have been provided Wi-Fi connectivity. Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT). The Department functions with the following 3.5. Shopping Centre objectives :- There is a shopping centre at the campus where l To provide in-plant training to students to following facilities are available: supplement their curriculum. l Extension Counter of Union Bank of India. l To arrange the final semester industrial l ATM of Axis & UBI Bank projects to work on live problems (Practice l Post Office. Schools). l Telephone Exchange. l To bring Industrial establishments to the l Stationery Shop. campus for recruitment of students. l Binding, Lamination, Xerox Shop and PCO. To achieve these objectives, the Department l Blue Dart & DTDC courier service. organizes courses and training programmes to A few more shops a]re likely to open this year. enhance the aptitude and skill of the students to 3.6. Competency Certification Center increase employability. Regular feedbacks are also A Competency Certification Center is established at obtained from the industries on the advances in SMIT in collaboration with NASSCOM. The technology vis-à-vis the facilities in the Institute and appropriate actions are taken. Competency Certification Center will enable students to appear for online testing for specified T & P Department also organizes events like competencies. Certificates issued by NASSCOM will seminars, workshops, guest lectures and corporate be valid Nationwide. interactions. 23
  • The Department has ensured placement of nearly all participate in the activities of Students' Chapter of eligible students of the final year batch passing out in ISTE, Society of Sikkim Science Club, June 2010. Entrepreneurship Development Programs, Debate Club, Music and Fine Arts and Photography Clubs. 6. STUDENT SUPPORT b) Sport Club: The Sports Club regularly organizes 6.1. Teacher Guardian Scheme games and sports. Facilities for Volleyball, Tennis, Yet another unique scheme of the institute is the Basketball and many indoor games are available. teacher guardian scheme. Under this, each student Besides organizing routine activities in the above is allotted a specific teacher guardian who provides mentioned sports, the club also encourages talented e m o t i o n a l s u p p o r t , m o n i t o rs a c a d e m i c students to participate in State/National level performance, provides necessary guidance to the competitions. ward and communicates all such details regularly to c) Students have represented the Institute in state the parents of the ward. This scheme has received and national level in various sports, literary and tremendous support from students and parents cultural events and mustered laurels for the Institute alike. outside. 6.2. Students' Benevolent Fund 7.3. College Magazine This is a contributory benevolent fund which seeks to provide financial assistance to needy students. a) The Editorial Board of the Institute proudly The Executive Committee comprising of faculty presents its unique creation in the form of the members and students participates in the selection Annual Magazine 'SMITSONIAN' every year which of beneficiaries. Twenty three students mainly serves as the platform to highlight the literary and those who lost their earning parent, benefitted from artistic segment of the SMIT family. Besides, the this fund until date. Editorial Board also brings out issues of Wall Magazine the CLARION forming a bridge between 6.3. Medicare flowing thoughts and artistic magnification. The The Institute has a well equipped dispensary and magazine also reveals the educational, cultural and resident doctors with supporting staff. Those sports activities of the Institute. needing specialized treatment are sent to Central Referral Hospital in an ambulance available round b) The students also publish a quality technical the clock. Medical Group Insurance is provided for newsletter called "SMITZINE" . It provides medical reimbursements. i n fo r m a t i o n a b o u t c o m i n g c o m p e t i t i v e examinations and provides platform to the students 6.4. Alumni Association to exploit their artistic and innovative talents. The Alumni Association was established in November 2006. It has a registered strength of about 7.4. Various Societies 1000 as on date. They make us feel proud. Many Every degree-awarding department of the institute have brought laurels to their parents and to SMIT by has established a society: doing excellently well in their assigned jobs in India (I) Computer Science & Engineering – ACCESS (All and abroad. Some details are on our website. The Core Computer Engineering Students Society) details of SMIT Alumni Association by-laws and All Core Computer Engineering Students Society registration etc. are also available at our website. (ACCESS) aims to spot academic and professional 7. STUDENT ACTIVITIES talent within the Dept, inspires it to grow, nurtures it in right direction and provides it a platform to project 7.1. Students' Council itself to the students' community of SMIT in Each year, students form a Students' Council. The particular and outside world, in general. This year Council oversees various students' activities, ACCESS organized a number of workshops, short- including students' clubs, and is supported by staff term courses and competitions. Under students for advisors. students program, Animation Workshop and two 7.2. Student Clubs weeks VB Course, amongst many others, were huge a) Extra & Co-curricular Activities: Students success with demands for repeat performance. 24
  • Confidence, smoothness, and ease of our student for the students by the students. This students' body speakers on stage were a delight to see. also publishes a wall magazine and another technical magazine annually to which the students as well as (ii) Electronics & Communication - ECSA (Electronics the members of faculty contribute articles, & Communication Engineering Students' discussions etc. SAMAJ is a special group under Association). FORUM -2K, which is responsible for different It was formed in the year 1999 with objectives of community services such as organizing free health supplementing the knowledge acquired in the class camp, education camp etc for the people of the and also by encouraging the students to apply their surrounding areas. It is worthy to mention that any theoretical knowledge into practical aspects. It had student of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology organized a technical fair at Institute level in which can become member of FORUM- 2K. the students of ECSA won first three prizes. The past achievements of ECSA are the selection of students (vi) Management Studies – in ELECRAMA-2007, the third International SMS (Society of Management Studies) is an active Exhibition of Electrical and Industrial Electronic society for enhancing the managerial competencies, Industry organized by IEEMA. skills and overall development of the students. It is, engaged in different activities like inviting guest (iii) Electrical & Electronics- SEED (Society of lecturers from industries and other educational Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department) institutions, conducting seminars, industrial visits, SEED is the first association being formed in the presentations, debates, group discussions, mock Institute that includes the faculty members and interviews and other management games. Picnic students as its members and has proved a platform and other get together are also arranged for team to develop the overall personality especially for the building and fun. students of the Department besides their regular academic aspects. This Society has so far actively (vii) Basic Science carried out Debate/ Essay Writing Competition Group of SMIT Science Society is registered with the among the students. It brings out a wall magazine Science and Technology Department of Government 'DISHARI' every semester, to exhibit their literary of Sikkim and also with Vigyan Sanchar Network of skills. India. The primary aim of this club is to inculcate scientific temperament among the students. (iv) Mechanical Engineering - MEDUSA (Mechanical Organization of quizzes, seminars and workshops is Engineering Department Undergraduate Students an integral feature of the club that gives student a Association) glimpse of the latest development taking place in the It was formed with an aim of encouraging and front tier of science and technology. It is also a promoting innovative ideas of the students and to breeding ground for innovative ideas that comes via ensure their all-round development. To achieve this close interaction of the faculty members and objective, the association organizes Seminars / talks students. by eminent personalities from academia / industries. Industrial tours are organized to 8. SOME RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS supplement their theoretical knowledge. l SMIT has been accredited by the National Board Arrangements of cultural nights, get-together and of Accreditation (NBA) for all the five B.Tech annual Viswakarma Puja help the students to excel courses offered by SMIT vide their letter No. on their managerial and organizational skill. NBA/ACCR-860/06 dated: Jan 22, 2008. (v) Information Technology - FORUM-2K l Institute has also been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2000 certification and the same has FORUM-2K is a students' body managed by the been certified under Norsk Akkreditering, students of Department of Information Technology Norway. under the supervision and guidance of the members l SMU has signed MOU with Adhesion Institute, of Faculty of the Department. FORUM -2K organizes faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft different activities such as Technical Workshop, University of Technology (TU Delft), The Cultural Events, Sports Events etc regularly mainly N e t h e r l a n d s a n d h a s e sta b l i s h e d a n 25
  • International centre for Nanotechnology & 2010. Applied Adhesion (ICNTAA) at SMIT. It has 11 l The Institute has taken large number of Research internationally acclaimed experts around the project from DRDO, ISRO, DST & AICTE. world as advisors. As per CSR – GHRDC Ranking, published in l A Centre for Excellence in Remote Sensing & GIS Competition Success Review, October 2009, has been established in Institute with the SMIT has achieved 8th Rank in University support of ISRO. Engineering Colleges of India, 17th Rank in the list l SMIT with its state-of-the-art infrastructure & of Engineering Colleges of Excellence in India and excellence environment has been selected for 2nd 27th Rank amongst the Top 50 Engineering Indo Swiss bonding International symposium Colleges of India. MANDATORY DISCLOSURES 9. NAME OF THE COURSES: B.TECH/ MCA/ MBA/ M.TECH (POWER ELECTRONICS) 9.1. NAME OF THE INSTITUTION Name SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Address Majitar, Rangpo, East Sikkim - 737136 STD Code 03592 Phone No 246353 Fax No. 03592 - 246112 Web site www.smit.smu.edu.in E-Mail smit@smu.edu.in 9.2. NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR Name Prof. (Dr.) N. V. Subba Reddy Address Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Majitar, Rangpo, East Sikkim - 737136. Designation Director Qualification & B.E., M .E , Ph D. Experience Exp. 29 yrs STD Code 03592 Phone No. (O) 246353 Fax No. 246112 E-Mail smit@smu.edu.in 9.3. NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY Name SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH, MEDICAL & TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES Address 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok - Sikkim Pin Code 737102 STD Code 03592 Phone No 270703, 231937 Fax No. 03592 - 231147 E-Mail vc@smu.edu.in Website www.smu.edu.in *SMIT is the constituent college of the University. 26
  • 9.4. GOVERNANCE 4. Prof (Dr.) N.V. Subba Reddy, Director, SMIT MEMBERS OF GOVERNING COUNCIL 5. Mrs. S. Shenga, Registrar, SMU 1. Dr. Ramdas M.Pai, Pro- Chancellor, SMU. 6. Shri Sivaramakrishnan V, Principal Officer 2. Dr. Ranjan Pai, CEO, MEMG II Pvt. Ltd. Distributed Learning MUL 3. Shri K. Sreedhar Rao, Advisor, MEMG II Pvt. Ltd 7. Prof. (Dr) Udayan Ganguly, Principal, North 4. Shri V.B Pathak, IAS, Principal Secretary, Dept. of Bengal Medical College, External Expert Health Care, HS & Family Welfare, Govt. of 8. Dr. A. Choudhury, Dean, Academics, SMIT Sikkim. 9. Prof. B.S. Dandapat HOD, Mathematics, SMIT 5. Shri Ravindra Telang, Secretary, Dept. of HRDD, 10. Dr. B.K Kanungo, Prof & Head, OBG, SMIMS Govt. of Sikkim 11. Dr.D.K Jha, Addl.Controller of Exam, SMU 6. Brig.(Dr) S. S. Pabla, Vice Chancellor, SMU. 12. Prof. R. Bera, Dean, R&D, SMIT 7. Shri Anand Sudarshan, President, Group 13. Prof. M.K Ghose, HOD, CSE, SMIT Operations, MUL 14. Mrs. Mridula Das, Principal, College of Nursing 8. Dr. R. N. Salhan, Dean, SMIMS 15. Mrs. Nikita Joshi, HoD Incharge, College of 9. Prof (Dr.) N.V. Subba Reddy, Director, SMIT Physiotherapy 10. Mrs. S. Shenga, Registrar, SMU External Experts MEMBERS OF ACADEMIC SENATE 16. Dr. Ranjan Pai, CEO, MEMG II Pvt. Ltd. 1. Brig (Dr) S S Pabla, Vice Chancellor, SMU. 17. Shri K. Sreedhar Rao, Advisor, MEMG II Pvt. Ltd 18. Shri C.V. Rangarajan, Finance 2. Maj Gen(Retd) Tejpal Singh Bakhshi, Director, Consultant,MEMG II Pvt.Ltd SMUDE 19. Shri B. Manamohan, Special Officer, Manipal 3. Dr. R. N. Salhan, Dean, SMIMS University 9.5 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART AND PROCESSES DIRECTOR Prof (Dr) N V Subba Reddy Chief HODs Dean Dean Dean Chief Addl. Training & Security Dy. Cont Engg. Academics R&D SA Warden Registrar Placement Officer (Exams) Estate Civil Engg. Security Sec./ Dispensary/ Library CTTO Mgt. Work/Maint. Guest House Transport Admn. Finance EDC SMU-IT Admision Cell 9.6. Nature and Extent of Involvement of Faculty and The faculty members are available on the Campus Students in Academic Affairs/Improvements round the clock and monitor the students. Progressive improvements are made in the There is a Teacher Guardian (TG) Scheme in the functioning of the Institute through active College. Academic progress of each student is involvement of faculty members and students. monitored by the TG who keeps in regular touch with There is a Dean of Academics who coordinates the the students and parents. academic activities through Heads of Departments and Class Committee. There is a Dean of Student 9.7. Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for Affairs who looks into Administrative and extra Democratic/Good Governance curricular affairs through the Student's Council and a) There are well defined rules and procedures laid faculty representatives of each Department. down by the University and in the Institute 27
  • covering all aspects of administration and views independently. academic activities. 9.10. Grievance Redressal Mechanism for Faculty, b) The Management gives academic autonomy Staff and Students with accountability to ensure success of any a) Dean (Students' Affairs) has been appointed for knowledge based education system. the welfare of the students. c) Effective quality assurance mechanism is established in the institution for teaching, b) A Students' Grievances Cell exists in the Institute recruitment of staff, curricular reforms & headed by the Dean (Academics) along with two student's evaluation. faculty members for the redressal of grievances of students. d) The degree programmes are dynamic and flexible. Inter and multi disciplinary courses are c) HODs/Deans/Director are directly involved in offered to the students. the redressal of grievances of faculty and staff. e) Total transparency is maintained in the conduct d) A committee comprising of all Deans and of examinations, admission procedures, Director exists for the redressal of grievances of recruitment of faculty and staff, purchases, faculty and staff. construction etc 9.11. PROGRAMMES f) The Institute has formed Students Council. Names of the Programmes Collective decisions are taken through i) B. Tech. meetings. g) The Institute also has Institute Purchase a) Computer Science & Engineering. Committee. All purchases are done through b) Electronics & Communication Engineering. purchase committee. c) Electrical & Electronics Engineering. d) Information Technology (Engineering). 9.8. Philosophy of Governance e) Mechanical Engineering. a) To serve the vision and mission of the promoting f) Civil Engineering body. g) Applied Electronics & Instrumentation b) Transparency in the working system, Engineering examinations, admissions etc. ii) M. Tech. (Power Electronics) c) Welfare of students and employees. iii) MCA d) Effective and efficient functioning of the iv) MBA Institute both administratively and academically. l The National Board of Accreditation (NBA) team e) To create research culture at all levels including of experts visited the Institute from 16th to 18th the undergraduate level. Nov. 2007. All B.Tech courses have been f) To utilize the power of intelligence and to accredited by NBA vide their letter No. NBA/ nurture talent of students. ACCR-860/ 06 dated: Jan 22, 2008. g) To build competence in faculty for improved l Institute has also been awarded the prestigious teaching and research. ISO 9001:2000 certification and the same has h) To create structures and mechanism of been certified under Norsk Akkreditering, knowledge and innovation management. Norway I) To transform the institute into a Knowledge For each Programme the following details are given: Enterprise. Name Number of seats: Duration 9 . 9 . S t u d e n t Fe e d b a c k o n I n st i t u t i o n a l B. Tech 600 Four Years Governance/Faculty Performance B. Tech (NRI) 63 Four Years a) Students Feedback on Institutional Governance/ M. Tech 18 Two Years Faculty Performance is taken at the end of MBA 60 Two Years each semester. Feedback is used for progressive MBA (NRI) 09 Two Years improvements. MCA 45 Three Years b) A suggestion/complaint box is also placed in the 3% seats are reserved for eligible person in accordance with Institute to enable the students to express their Disability Act 1995 28
  • Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years 9.12. Placement Facilities: 2007 - UGET - 526 The Institute has a dedicated Training and Placement AIEEE - 170945 Department for Students Training and Placement. 2008 - UGET - 800 The Department is headed by a Professor as full time AIEEE - 183239 Head who is assisted by the Departmental Training 2009 - UGET - 1130 and Placement Officers. Training and Placement AIEEE - 825929 Managers have also been appointed in Delhi & Kolkata CAMPUS PLACEMENT RECORD Number Number Number Number Name of the Name of the Name of the Name of the of of of of Year Company/ Year Company/ Year Company/ Year Company/ Students Students Students Students Industry Industry Industry Industry Placed Placed Placed Placed 2006-07 CTS 61 2007-08 TCS 144 2008-09 TCS 163 2009-10 TCS 161 HCL 60 CTS 138 Infosys 135 Infosys 116 ANZ 07 Infosys 72 Accenture 76 Consulling Microland 16 IBM 51 Microland 29 Engineering NIIT 04 Accenture 37 Satyam 11 Services 03 Tech Mahindra 27 Tech Mah 15 Wipro BPO 13 Oasu Accenture 18 HCL 56 TVS 03 Software 15 Infosys 08 Microland 18 VEHERE 07 More Tata Elxsi 04 Tata Elxsi 06 Computer Sc. Companies ----- Are in pipeline Wipro 03 TIL 03 Corporation 10 Osconlab 14 Satyam 42 Thomson Dgtl. 21 Tata Indicom 04 Genpact 05 IDBI 06 Pinacal Info Sol 03 Kanbay 02 Skytech 01 TVS 01 1. Minimum salary offered : 2.8 lakhs per annum Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved 2. Maximum salary offered : 4.8 lakhs per annum by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/Foreign 3. Average salary offered : 3.2 lakhs per annum Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005 Name and duration of programme(s) having dated 16 May, 2005. affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s)/institution(s) and being run in the NOT APPLICABLE same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the 9.13. FACULTY. following details: Permanent Faculty v - 164 Guest Faculty/Visiting/ Adjunct Faculty - 20 v NOT APPLICABLE Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio v - 1:15 For each Collaborative /affiliated Programme give Number of faculty employed and left during the last the following: three years. v Employed - 103 NOT APPLICABLE v Left - 64 29
  • 10. PROFILE OF DIRECTOR WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED 1. Name : Prof (Dr). N.V. Subba Reddy 2. Date of Birth : 01 June 1960 3. Educational Qualification : B.E (Electrical & Electronics), University of Mysore. M.E.(Computer Sc & Engineering), IIS Bangalore Ph.D (Computer Sc & Engineering), University of Mysore. 4. Service Experience : (a) Director, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology from 8 May 2009 till date. (b) Associate Director (R&D), Manipal Institute of Technology from Feb 2008 to 7 May 2009. (c) Professor, Dept of Computer Sc & Engineering, MIT Manipal from Sept 2001 to Feb 2008. (d) Professor & Head, Dept of Computer Science & Engineering , MIT Manipal from Sept 2001 to Oct 2007. (e) Head of the Department Computer Sc & Engineering, University BDTG College of Engineering,. Davangere from Oct 1995 to August 2001. (f) Head of the Dept (I/C), Dept of Computer Sc & Engineering, University BDT College of Engineering, Davangere from Jan 1990 to Oct 1995. (g) Lecturer in the Department of Computer Sc & Engineering from October 1984 to Jan 1990. 5. Research Experience : (a) Guided Eleven Ph.Ds so far in the area of Document Image Processing, Data Mining, computer Cognition, Artificial Intelligence and Fifth Generation Computing Systems and at present guiding another six Ph.D. scholars in the above mentioned areas. (b) Adjucator for Ph.D Thesis for Mysore University, Kuvempu University, Bangalore University, Utkal University, Anna University VTU, Bharathiyar University. 6. Instrumental in setting up of Incubation Centre to promote research and entrepreneurial activities in Manipal University, funded by Government of Karnataka and Ph.D programme for faculty of Engineering in Kuvempu University 30
  • 11. FEE WAIVER SCHEMES 12. SCHOLARSHIPS 11.1. 75% concession in tuition fees is given to 12.1. Number of scholarships offered by the students sponsored by Govt. of Sikkim. institute, duration and amount 11.2. Tution Fee Waiver Scheme: Under this scheme, SMIT offers 100 merit-cum-means scholarships: 50 tuition fee of girls, economically weaker and Scholarships of Rs. 18,000/- & 50 scholarships of Rs. physically handicapped meritorious students is 10, 000/- each to students joining B.Tech courses. waived. The ratio of awarded girls, economically 12.2. Criteria for fee scholarship. weaker and physically handicapped meritorious For first year students: Rs. 18000/- and 10000/- each students is 2:3:1. The students will get the benefit of respectively for students obtaining more than 80%, this scheme if intake exceeds the strength of and more than 75% & less than 80% respectively, sanctioned intake. The Institute shall provide tuition whose parents annual income does not exceed Rs. 3 fee waiver up to 10% of sanctioned intake. lakhs per annum. 11.3 The Institute also has Students Benevolent Fund which gives financial assistance to students For second, third & fourth year students: The above who lose their earning members during their study students will continue to receive the scholarship of with the Institute. So far the Institute has given Rs.18000/- and Rs.10, 000/- during their studies in financial assistance to the following students:- 2nd, 3rd & 4th year of their study provided they (i) Mr. Amulya Ratna - Rs. 50,000/- in 2004-05 obtain cumulative grade average point (CGPA) of 8.5 (ii) Mr. Manish Kr. Thukral - Rs. 20,000/- in 2004-05 and above and between 8 & 8.5 respectively. (iii) Ms. Aditi Jha - Rs. 50,000/- in 2005-06 (iv) Mr. Rittik Deka - Rs. 50,000/- in 2005-06 13. SEATS IN VARIOUS COURSES (v) Mr. Abhinav Kr. Verma - Rs. 20,000/- in 2005-06. (vi) Mr. Dilip Chauhan - Rs. 20,000/- in 2005-06 Number of seats sanctioned with the year of (vii) Ms. Shraqdhanjali Rai - Rs. 20,000/- in 2005-06 approval. (viii) Mr. Arsh Arafat - Rs. 50, 000/- in 2006-07 (ix) Mr. Prakash Ch. Gupta - Rs. 50,000/- in 2006-07 13.1. B.Tech (2006-07) (x) Mr. Hitesh Minda - Rs. 40,000/- in 2006-07 1. Computer Science & Engineering - 120 (xi) Mr. Pankaj Upreti - Rs. 80,000/- in 2006-07 2. Electronics & Communication Engineering - 120 (xii) Mr.Ritik Deka - Rs. 50,000/- in 2006-07 (xiii) Mr. Arsh Arafat - Rs. 50,000/- in 2007-08 3. Electrical & Electronics Engineering - 90 (xiv) Mr. Hitesh Minda - Rs. 40,000/- in 2007-08 4. Information Technology - 90 (xv) Ajeet Kumar - Rs. 38,800/- in 2008-09 5. Mechanical Engineering - 60 (xvi) Ghanshyam Kharel - Rs. 25,000/- in 2008-09 6. Civil Engineering - 60 (xvii) Ajeet Kumar - Rs. 50,000/- in 2009-10 7. Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engg - 60 (xviii) Amit Kr. Upadhayay - Rs. 50,000/- in 2009-10 (xix) Sumaiya Arafaat - Rs. 50,000/- in 2009-10 13.2. PG Courses (xx) Swetpriya - Rs. 40,000/- in 2009-10 (xxi) Atam Hayat - Rs. 40,000/- in 2009-10 1. Master of Technology (Power & Electronics) - 18 (xxii) Mrinmay Bharali - Rs. 40,000/- in 2009-10 2. Master of Computer Applications - 45 (xxiii) Biswajit Das - Rs. 40,000/- in 2009-10 3. Master of Business Administration - 60 31
  • Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years. Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. There is no Management Quota. All admissions are strictly on merit through the competitive examinations in general category. 14. ADMISSION PROCEDURE The admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website). 14.1. B.Tech Entrance Examinations (a) All India Engineering Entrance Examination (Conducted by CBSE) (b) UGET (Conducted by the University) conducted all over India., URL (website)- www.smit.smu.edu.in 14.2. Number of seats allotted to different Tests Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/UGET/State conducted test/Association conducted test] B.Tech Courses # Entrance Test conducted by SMU, * All India Engineering Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE, ! Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council, + Paramilitary Force. 14.3. Criteria For Admission (B.Tech) Eligibility Please see Para 2.1 The cut-off levels of PCM percentage for the last three years. 32
  • SECTION - 3 VIntegrated M.Sc. 5-year V of Science Master V of Technology Master V of Computer Applications Bachelor BS Engineering V SCHOOL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES (Constituent College of Sikkim Manipal University) Majitar, Rangpo Pin -737 136, East Sikkim Website: www.smit.smu.edu.in E-mail: smit@smu.edu.in Phone: Admission Cell: 03592 - 246466, 246020 EPABX: 246 216/217/219/220 extension 221, 247 Fax: 03592- 246467, 246112 Dr. V.K. Sayal (Chairman, Admission Cell): +9194343 84701 Dr. G.C. Mishra (Member) : +9198323 91572 Mr. A.P. Tiwary (Member): +9194348 61646 Mr. Sandeep Chakraborty (Member): +9194342 13875 33
  • SCHOOL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES (SBAS) The school is located on the bank of River Teesta surrounded by green hills, which add to the vibrancy of the campus, and makes it an ideal place for learning. It offers postgraduate courses in Basic Sciences and undergraduate courses in Computer Application. All courses offered in the School are approved by SMU and UGC and are accredited by NS-EN ISO 9001:2000. The School has its campus at Majitar, Rangpo East Sikkim. At SBAS the focus is on high quality education and research with special emphasis on faculty-student interaction. Course and teaching methodologies are up-to-date with present emerging trends. Students are groomed & nurtured well for career in industries/higher education/research. Curriculum includes extensive interaction with industries through well-designed projects. The School organizes events like seminars, workshops, conferences as well as guest lectures for the benefit of the students. 34
  • 1. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS l Nuclear Science Centre, New Delhi l Indian Association for the Cultivation of The Department started offering Post Graduate Science, Calcutta courses from Aug 1999. It reflects the emphasis that l Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay University has put on the development of Research. l Inter University Centre for DAE Facilities, The Department offers Master Degree courses in Indore Physics and science specific course of Five year Integrated course in M.Sc. Physics. The Department l Inter University Centre for Astronomy & boasts of a very experienced team of dedicated Astrophysics, Pune faculty members with varied specialization in Solid l Tata institute of fundamental research, state Physics, Particle Physics, and Plasma Physics & Mumbai Electronics. The University has created adequate l Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai laboratory facilities. The Department has upgraded l Institute of Physics, Bhubaneshwar its Laboratory and Research facility by funds from l Institute for Plasma Research, Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of Gandhinagar India under its FIST program. It has a dedicated 1.3. Alumni Achievements/Placements of the Computer Centre with high-end server with internet Department facility for the Post Graduate students of Physics where they learn programming languages like C / The Department maintains a record of all its ex- C++ / Graphics / Numerical simulation techniques students and interacts with them. The Department and have hands on practice of various software receives regular feedbacks and suggestions from its packages like MATLAB, PSPICE, GEANT4 used for ex-students regarding syllabus, laboratory training research level programming. etc. Students of this Department have also joined many industrial and research organizations. The Department offers PhD program and provides the appropriate research environment for young Over hundred students have successfully completed physicists. The faculty members are involved in their M.Sc. from our Department so far and the active research with national and international statistics of their present placements are as under: collaborations. The department publishes research Research for PhD/ Post Doc. - India: 20%, abroad 8% papers in National and International Journal. It also (USA, UK, and Germany) organizes conferences in different fields. Students with deep sense of scientific enquiry study in the M.Tech - 10% Department. Teaching in Colleges - 20% 1.1. Courses Offered Teaching in Schools - 40 % Industry placement - 2% l M.Sc. Physics with specialization in Particle & Plasma Physics and, Electronics. 1.4. Society “Science Space” l Five year Integrated M.Sc. Physics. We have a society “Science Space” for promoting 1.2. Collaborative Research activities of Culture and Education, which is working to disseminate the importance of Science Education a) Universities: Dept. of Physics & Astrophysics, to masses through meetings, seminars and University of Delhi, Calcutta University, Jadavpur workshops. University and Guwahati University. 1.5. Research Scholars b) Research Institutes & Centres Fellows of UGC/CSIR with NET/GATE qualification l CMS in CERN, Geneva can apply as research scholars in the department. l India based Neutrino Observatory, Ooty There are seven research scholars already working l High Altitude Observatory at Darjeeling, under different faculty members of the department. Bose Institute Kolkata The Department also offers teaching assistantships l Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Calcutta to deserving candidates based on vacancy. A project l Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Calcutta entitled “Simulation Studies to Design Internal 35
  • Divertor Coil For Maximising Flaring of Field Lines 2.1. Courses offered Near the Strike Point” is undergoing in the l M.Sc. Chemistry Department under the National Fusion Programme. l Five year Integrated M.Sc. Chemistry Another project undergoing in the department l M. Sc. in Environmental Science “Investigation of propagation of ion acostic wave in Plasma Sheath and Presheath” is supported by DST, 2.2. Collaborative Research Govt. of India. l Agriculture University, Hisar l Jadavpur University, Kolkata 2. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY l Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur Department of Chemistry is offering M.Sc. in l North Bengal University, Siliguri chemistry for the last six years. Within six years, the l Regional Research Laboratory (CSIR), Jorhat Department has evolved as a mature contributor in l Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Indian academia. It covers all major areas of l SINP, Kolkata chemistry, viz. Inorganic, Organic and Physical l Bose Institute, Kolkata chemistry. The M.Sc. syllabus which is comparable l IACS, Kolkata with all leading universities / institutes caters for the l Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay intellectual aspirations of the students and they are l Tezpur Central University exposed to the latest in the field. The students have 2.3. Alumini Achievement/Placement of the opportunity to take specialized courses of their Department choice (Medicinal Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, Chemistry of Materials, Polymer chemistry, Bio- Alumni students have been well placed in industries inorganic chemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry- as well as in academic institutes. Some of them are Nanomaterials etc.). Furthermore, some of the pursuing Ph. D. in reputed institutes in India. project works are carried out in collaboration with Following are the placement data for the other reputed institutes / universities. In addition to department: this, to enrich their academic performances, Research for Ph.D in India - 17% faculties from other reputed Universities/Institutes College Lecturer - 8% are invited regularly for guest lectures. Individual Industry Placement - 25% attention and encouragement to the students is the PG Teacher - 50% hallmark of the department and students get motivated to achieve higher goals including those Some of the students from current M.Sc. batch have related to research. Special attention is given to the job offer from various industries like CIPLA, CADILLA students who are keen to appear in competitive and ALKEM. One of the students has got the exams like NET and GATE. prestigious summer fellowship awarded by Indian Academy of Science, Bangalore. Some of the Students with postgraduate qualifications are students have cleared National competitive exam encouraged to take up research work leading to the like NET/GATE. award of a Ph.D degree in emerging technologically important fields of chemistry. The department is A leading industry from Sikkim, SICPA Ltd. India endowed with young, vibrant and dynamic faculty awards scholarship to meritorious students of M.Sc. well qualified to impart high quality teaching and The scholarship is given to two students from Sikkim research standards in conventional and frontier and two students from General category, which areas of chemistry. Majority of faculty members are amounts to the tuition fee paid by the respective having Ph.D. degree. Department has an ongoing candidate. In 2009, the following students were research project supported by DST govt. of India. awarded the scholarship. Thrust areas of research in the department are: Bio- 1. Pramit Kumar Paul, M.Sc. 2nd year (General Inorganic, Bio- physical, Supramolecular Chemistry, category - Rs 20,000/-) Nanomaterials, Medicinal and Environmental 2. Shiva Kumar Nirola, M.Sc 2nd year (Sikkimese - Rs Chemistry. 5,000/-) 3. Sk Naim Uddin, M.Sc. 1st Year (General category – Rs. 20,000/-) 36
  • 4. Binod Sharma, M.Sc. 1st Year (Sikkimese – Rs. The department maintains a record of all its ex- 5,000/-) students and interacts with them. 2.4. Society of Chemical Sciences (SCS) Research for PhD/ Post Doc. - India: 1%, Abroad: 1%. Teaching in Colleges - 2% The department has a Society of Chemical Sciences Teaching in Schools - 25% (SCS) comprising of students and teachers. It Others - 71% organizes regular seminars, workshops, lectures in science in general and Chemistry in particular. The 3.3. Research Scholars: students are also provided inputs on career Fellows of UGC/CSIR with NET/GATE qualification planning, personality development and soft skills. can apply as research scholars in the department. In addition to that (SCS) also provides – There are two research scholars already working l Consultancy service under different faculty members of the department. l Project Work A research project titled “Numerical Solutions of l Research work in various challenging areas. Integral Equations using Wavelets and Other Methods Together with Applications” is undergoing 2.5. Research Scholars in the Department. Department welcomes students for Ph.D. programme (part time/full time). Chemistry 4. PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA department has an on going research project 4.1. 5- year Integrated M.Sc. Program entitled “Synthesis and development of new Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (20 seats each) porphyrin templates for the construction of About the programme: A student with 50% in 10+2 mesoporous materials” supported by DST, Govt. of with science will be able to apply for this course. He India. A few JRFs are working under the projects and will be able to exit the course after three years with a is pursuing their Ph. D. degree in B.Sc. (Hons) in Physics, Chemistry and 3. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Maths or may continue with M.Sc programme. As per AICTE, students with B.Sc. degree are eligible for The department offers Master degree program lateral entry to B.Tech. 2nd year, subject to (M.Sc) in Mathematics. Pure and applied availability of seats. During the first year, every mathematics courses are offered and keeping in student is required to take courses in all the four mind the job scenario, courses related to IT are also areas of basic sciences, viz. Mathematics, Physics, offered. The department has a dedicated computer Chemistry and Computer/Information Technology. laboratory with a high-end network, MS Visual C++ Those who may not have taken courses in the software, Internet facilities and a well-equipped secondary schools in any of the above subjects will library. The department also has qualified faculty be given a bridge course. The next two years will be engaged in research in areas of pure and applied devoted to studies of undergraduate level Physics, mathematics. Chemistry and Maths (Honours). The department has exclusive computer laboratory, In addition to core postgraduate subjects, in addition to the M.Sc course the department is interdisciplinary courses will be introduced in contemplating research work leading to Ph.D emerging areas in 4th and 5th year to provide degree. Presently research is being carried out in students with good career opportunities. The course the areas of Boundary layer Theory, Non Newtonian work will be supplemented by innovative laboratory fluid, Numerical methods of differential equations work in well-equipped laboratories and hands on and Magneto-hydro dynamics. experience in Workshops. During the second and third years, students will choose a major subject in 3.1. Courses Offered Physics, Chemistry and Maths and may take optional l M.Sc. (Mathematics) interdisciplinary courses in consultation with their l Five year Integrated M.Sc. (Mathematics) Academic Advisors. During the 4th year special focus 3.2. Alumni Achievements/Placements of the in specialized areas of Physics, Chemistry and Maths Department will be given and in the 5th year students will devote a major part of their time in a research and/or 37
  • training project supplemented by suitable course 60% marks. work. c) M. Tech (Information Technology) - Degree in Students will be given research orientation Engineering or M.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences throughout their course and laboratory work. or Physical Sciences or MCA with a minimum of Students will be required to spend part of their 60% marks. summer vacations in leading research groups in d) M. Tech (Applied Nano Technology) - BE/B. Tech either SMU or other national research institutes or or equivalent in Electronics & Communication, R&D labs in industry. A key aspect of the charter and Electrical & Electronic, Metallurgical, Aerospace vision of SMU is to foster close collaboration with and Chemical Engineering or M.Sc. in Physics, various Research Institutes, Universities and Chemistry, Material Science & Electronic Science Industry to take advantage of the available talent with a minimum of 60% marks. and facilities therein and to provide multiple career e) M. Tech (Mechanical Engineering) - ME dept. options to students. The syllabus of SMU will evolve offers M. Tech in Machine Design & Production dynamically to be flexible; credit based, and offers Engineering and Thermal & Fluid Engineering. students a broad platform. It will take note of new BE/B. Tech Degree in Mechanical Engineering developments in the field of science and its with minimum of 60% marks. applications. SMU will provide well rounded as well Note as specialized training to students. l Preference will be given to GATE qualified 4.2. M.Sc. Programs (2 years) candidates. Unsubscribed Seat/Seats after Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (20 seats each) admission of GATE qualified candidates will be filled up based on an entrance test to be Eligibility: conducted by the Institute on its campus. Candidates should have completed B.Sc. (Hons) or l Teaching assistantships are awarded to B.Sc. (Gen) in 10+2+3 scheme with Physics / deserving candidates enrolled in the M.Tech Chemistry / Mathematics as one of the subjects Courses. depending upon the course in which they are seeking admission from a recognized university. 4.5. BCA Program (3 years) 4.3. M.Sc in Environmental Science (2 years) (60 seats) Eligibility : Eligibility: Graduation in Science (Environmental Science, (a) Candidates for admission into BCA programme Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Geology, Geography, should have passed Higher Secondary (10+2) P hys i o l o g y, M i c ro b i o l o g y ) / G ra d u at i o n i n Examination in any stream (Science, Arts, Agricultural Science with at least 50% marks in Commerce). aggregate. (b) The candidates will be screened through an 4.4. M. Tech Programs (2 years) Entrance Examination conducted by SMU at SBAS where they will be tested and will be Information Technology, Digital Electronics & examined for: Advance Communications, Computer Science & Engineering, Applied Nano Technology and l High School Level Mathematics & Science Mechanical Engineering (18 seats each). Knowledge. l Quantitive and Numerical Ability Eligibility: l Logical Reasoning Ability a) M. Tech (Computer Science & Engineering) - l General Knowledge & General English. Degree in Computer Engineering, with a minimum of 60% marks. 4.6.Integrated M.Sc./B.Sc./BS Engineering b) M. Tech (Digital Electronics & Advanced (Twinning) Programme Communications)-Degree in Electrical/ SMU collaborates with Andrews University, Electronics & Communication / Michigan, USA, Lancaster University, UK and Telecommunication / Instrumentation Leicester University, UK to offer a BS (Engg) Twinning Engineering, as applicable, with a minimum of Programme (equivalent to a B Tech in India). 38
  • Students study for two years at SMU and thereafter a) For Electronics / Electrical / Mechanical study for two years at Andrews University/ Engineering: Lancaster/ Leicester University. Students are I) Integrated M.Sc. in Physics/Mathematics allowed to carry the credits earned at SMU to their ii) B.Sc. (Hons) in Physics / Applied Physics/ college in USA/UK. The BS (Engineering) degree will M a t h e m a t i c / E l e c t ro n i c s /A p p l i e d be awarded by the University in USA/UK. Electronics. b) For Computer Engineering / Information This programme offers the following disciplines: Technology: a) Lancaster University B.Sc. (Hons) in computer Science/Mathematics / l Computer Engineering Mathematical Computations. l Electronics Engineering The students with the B.Sc. degree may further get l Electrical Engineering the following choice to enhance their career: l Mechanical Engineering I) Lateral Entry in Second year of their l Information Technology respective branches of B.Tech b) Andrews University ii) MCA iii) M.Sc. in Physics/Mathematics. l BS Degree in Computing Eligibility: l BSE Degree in Engineering l Electrical & Computer Emphasis All candidates must have passed (10+2) or l Mechanical Emphasis equivalent with Physics (P) & Mathematics (M) as l BT Degree in Aviation Technology compulsory subjects and Chemistry or Computer l BT Degree in Digital Multimedia Technology Sciences or Biology or Biotechnology, as one of the optional subjects. They must have secured a c) Leicester University minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in these l Aerospace Engineering subjects to be considered for selection (45% for l Communications & Electronic Engineering SC/ST/OBC). l Electrical & Electronic Engineering Note: AIEEE/UGET appeared and qualified l Mechanical Engineering candidates may also apply for these courses. UGET l Software & Electronic Engineering test will be conducted by SMU. The students who cannot go abroad to complete In all UG(except BS Engineering) and PG courses, their BS Engineering degree will continue their 20% seats are reserved for candidates from Sikkim Integrated M.Sc./B.Sc. The options, available will be: state. These candidates should contact Director, Technical Education, HRD, Government of Sikkim. 39
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  • SECTION - 4 Bachelor of Architecture SIKKIM MANIPAL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (Constituent College of Sikkim Manipal University) Website: www.smit.smu.edu.in E-mail: smit@smu.edu.in Phone: Admission Cell: 03592 - 246466, 246020 EPABX: 246 216/217/219/220 extension 221, 247 Fax: 03592- 246467, 246112 Dr. V.K. Sayal (Chairman, Admission Cell): +9194343 84701 Dr. G.C. Mishra (Member) : +9198323 91572 Mr. A.P. Tiwary (Member): +9194348 61646 Mr. Sandeep Chakraborty (Member): +9194342 13875 41
  • PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 1. BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 1.1 Duration: 5 years ( 4 years + one year Internship) 1.2 Eligibility Criteria: i) Candidates must have passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject at the 10+2 level with at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% for ST/SC/OBC candidates) ii) 10+3 Diploma (any stream) recognized by Central / State Government with 50% aggregate marks. iii) International Baccalaureate Diploma, after 10 years of schooling with not less than 50% marks in aggregate and with Mathematics as a compulsory subject of examination. iv) Candidates should have passed National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) administered by COA. 1.3 Number of seats: Total General North East Defence Sikkim NRI 40 20 7 1 8 4 -3% seats are reserved for eligible persons in accordance with Disability Act 1995 Note: l NATA shall be conducted at various designated Test Centers in COA approved architectural institutions in the country on all working days commencing from 1 March 2010. Further information and details regarding conduct of NATA can be obtained from phone 020-22952262, 65731088 and website www.coa.gov.in/school/gen_info.htm. l Sikkim Category (only for candidates of Sikkim) Applicants seeking admission under this category should contact: The Director of Technical Education, HRD Department, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok l NRI : Except eligibility criteria other relevant information for this category please see Para 4.5 of Section 1. 2. IMPORTANT DATES : 2010 Last date for receipt of duly filled application form : May 15 Submission of NATA score : On or before the date of Counseling Counseling /Admission at SMSA, Majitar : July 5 Commencement of first semester : July 20 42
  • SECTION - 5 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Computer Science 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Embedded Systems 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Information Technology 5 Year Integrated M.Sc in Software Development 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Networking PG Diploma in Geo Informatics SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Constituent College of Sikkim Manipal University) Majitar, Rangpo Pin -737 136, East Sikkim Website: www.smit.smu.edu.in E-mail: smit@smu.edu.in Phone: Admission Cell: 03592 - 246466, 246020 EPABX: 246 216/217/219/220 extension 221, 247 Fax: 03592- 246467, 246112 Dr. V.K. Sayal (Chairman, Admission Cell): +9194343 84701 Dr. G.C. Mishra (Member) : +9198323 91572 Mr. A.P. Tiwary (Member): +9194348 61646 Mr. Sandeep Chakraborty (Member): +9194342 13875 43
  • PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 1. FIVE- YEAR INTEGRATED M.Sc. (Computer Science, Embedded Systems, Information Technology, Software Development, Networking) 1.1. Eligibility : As given in Para 2.1. b in Section 2. 1.2. Admission Procedure : Admission will be based on the rank of entrance test UGET2 conducted by SMU or AIEEE. Details are given in Para 2.1. c in Section 2. Note: The students will have the option to exit the course after three years with B.Sc Degree in respective branch. 1.3 Number of Seats Number of Seats State UGET2# Branch Total Based on AIEEE Ranking* Govt. Test By SMU General North East DGHC! Defence PF+ Sikkim General Information Technology 45 9 3 1 1 1 9 21 Computer Science 45 9 3 1 1 1 9 21 Software Development 45 9 3 1 1 1 9 21 Networking 45 9 3 1 1 1 9 21 Embedded Systems 45 9 3 1 1 1 9 21 3% seats are reserved for eligible persons in accordance with Disability Act 1995 # Entrance Test conducted by SMU, * All India Engineering Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE,! Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council,+ Paramilitary Force. 2. PG DIPLOMA IN GEO INFORMATICS 2.1 Eligibility : Candidates should have passed M.Sc with 55% aggregate marks (5% relaxation for SC/ST/OBC candidates) in Physics /Mathematics/ Geology/ Geography/ Geophysics/ Marine Science/Statistics/Botany or Bachelor's degree in any Engineering discipline. 2.2 Admission Procedure : The selection will be made on the basis of marks obtained the Master's/Bachelor's degree or by any other criteria fixed by the admission committee before admissions. 2.3 About the programme : This course is of one year duration and covers the applications of Geographical Information Systems (GIS). 2.4. Number of Seats Total General North East Defence Sikkim NRI 45 20 9 1 9 6 3% seats are reserved for eligible person in accordance with Disability Act 1995 Note : l Sikkim Category (only for candidates of Sikkim) Applicants seeking admission under this category should contact: The Director of Technical Education, HRD Department, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok l NRI : Except eligibility criteria other relevant information for this category please see Para 4.5 of Section 1. 2. IMPORTANT DATES : 2010 Last date for receipt of duly filled application form : April 10 UGET2 offline test : May 2 Exam centre booking for UGET2 offline test : April 19-24 UGET2 online test : May 23-31 Exam centre booking for UGET2 online test : May 4-10 Counseling /Admission for all reserved category : August 10 Issue of E-Hall Ticket for UGET2 offline test : April 27 Counseling /Admission for general category : August 11 Issue of E-Hall Ticket for UGET2 online test : May 12 Counseling /Admission for PG Dip. in Geoinf. : August 16 Commencement of first semester : August 17 44
  • SECTION - 6 Bachelor In Hotel Management & Catering SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING (Constituent College of Sikkim Manipal University) 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok - 737102, Sikkim Website: www.smu.edu.in E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in Ph: 91-3592- 270389 Fax: 91-3592-270389 45
  • PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 1. BACHELOR IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING 1.1 Duration : 4 years 1.2 Eligibility criteria A candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream from recognized Board/ University with 50% marks in aggregate for general (5% relaxation for ST, SC & OBC) with adequate proficiency in English. NOTE : CANDIDATES APPEARING IN 10+2 OR EQUIVALENT EXAMINATION ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE TO APPLY. 1.3 Number of Seats: Course Total Sikkim General North East Defence NRI/Foreign Bachelor in Hotel 50 10 22 10 1 7 Management & Catering 3% seats are reserved for eligible persons in accordance with Disability Act of 1995. Note : l Sikkim Category (only for candidates of Sikkim) Applicants seeking admission under this category should contact: The Director of Technical Education, HRD Department, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok l NRI : Except eligibility criteria other relevant information for this category please see Para 4.5 of Section 1. 1.4 Admission procedure : The admission will be on the basis of marks scored in the qualifying examination and personal interview. 2. IMPORTANT DATES : 2010 Last date for receipt of duly filled application form : June 15 Counseling / personal interview : July 21 Commencement of first semester : August 1st week 46
  • SECTION - 7 B.Sc. Fashion Design Bachelor in Business Administration Master in Hospital Management SKILL DEVELOPMENT COURSES (under Sikkim Manipal University) 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok - 737102, Sikkim Website: www.smu.edu.in E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in Ph: 91-3592- 270389 Fax: 91-3592-270389 47
  • PROGRAMS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA to provide competencies in basic Management discipline as also impart requisite skills in 1. B.SC (FASHION DESIGN) Leadership, Communications, Decision Making and 1.1 Objective of the course: The aim is to provide a Problem Solving in organizations with appropriate multi-disciplinary approach to design, to satisfy the subjects covering areas of finance, marketing, needs of the India's changing environment. Fashion human resource, information technology, designing is one of the most exciting career options operations and international trade . in today's world. It is needless to say that in a country 2.2 Duration : 3 years (six semesters) like India, where textile and garment industries have been thriving for ages, the recent boom in fashion 3. MASTERS IN HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT designing has led to innovation and new prospects in the existing domain of garment and accessory 3.1 Objective of the course : The aim is to equip design. On one hand, the fashion industry satisfies students with knowledge, experience and skills that both the creative fancies and the materialistic needs will enable them to be effective in Hospital of the people, on the other hand it promises Administration & Health System Management in glamour, fame, success and high pay packages to the Health Care Industry/ Hospital establishments. talented people. However, it is also a demanding 3.2 Duration : 2 years career, as fashion designers need to combine their creativity with managerial skills to sustain in this 4. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA industry. Thus, if you can create magic with colors, designs and shapes, just acquire apt professional l B.Sc (Fashion Design) / Bachelor in Business skills to begin a successful career in Fashion Administration (BBA) Designing. Recognize. A candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent Now SMU is offering Bachelors Programme in examination in any stream from recognized Board/ Fashion Designing which will provide the student University with 50% marks in aggregate for general with practical and theoretical understanding of (5% relaxation for ST, SC & OBC) with adequate contemporary fashion design for the market. proficiency in English. Balancing conceptual, technical and fashion design NOTE: CANDIDATES APPEARING IN 10+2 OR skills, the program will develop creative knowledge EQUIVALENT EXAMINATION ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE TO of the design process and an understanding of APPLY. garment construction and manufacturing in women's wear, men's wear and children's wear. The l Masters in Hospital Management application of textiles and the ability to identify Bachelors degree with 50% marks in aggregate for contemporary social and fashion trends, technical general (5% relaxation for North Eastern States ST, SC and manufacturing systems will also be explored. & OBC) preferably with one year work experience in They will be guided by the exploration of design Hospital / Health System Management. principles; the ability to evaluate mood, outline, fabric, colour etc and technical application and innovation. With the completion of the course, the graduates will be able to develop their positions as contemporary and creative fashion designers, working as strategic team members, leaders, and independent designers or in many of the specialized areas within the fashion industry. 1.2 Duration : 3 years 2.BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) 2.1 Objective of the course : B.B.A Course is designed 48
  • NUMBER OF SEATS: Course Total Sikkim General North East Defence NRI/Foreign B.Sc Fashion Design 45 9 20 9 1 6 Bachelor of Business 45 9 20 9 1 6 Administration Masters in Hospital 15 3 7 3 1 1 Management - 3% seats are reserved for eligible persons in accordance with Disability Act of 1995. NOTE: l? The distribution of seats under respective categories is provisional and liable to change on Government orders /decision by the Governing Council. ? l The candidates must exercise their option for only one category in the application and the option is not transferable to any other category ? l The authority reserves the right of disqualifying the application/candidature at any stage of processing if the information submitted is found to be incorrect or incomplete. ? l Applicants seeking admission under Sikkim Category (only for candidates of Sikkim) should contact: The Director of Technical Education, HRD Department, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok. ADMISSION PROCEDURE : B.Sc Fashion Design / Bachelor Degree in Business Administration/ Master Degree in Hospital Management l The admission will be on the basis of marks scored in the qualifying examination. 5. IMPORTANT DATES : 2010 Last date for receipt of duly filled application form : June 30 Counseling /Admission : July 21-24 Commencement of first semester : August 23 49
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  • SECTION - 8 GENERAL INFORMATION SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY 5th Mile, Tadong Gangtok - 737102, Sikkim Website: www.smu.edu.in E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in Ph: 91-3592- 270389, 246466, 246020 Fax: 91-3592-270389, 246467,246112 51
  • GENERAL INFORMATION quoted in all future correspondence. g) Applicants who are required to submit photocopies of marks cards, certificates or any 1. GUIDELINES FOR FILLING APPLICATION other documents must ensure that: FORM l The photocopies are taken on A4 size paper only. 1.1 General Instructions l The print is clear and legible. a) Please refer to item wise instruction before l Both sides are photocopied if the original filling up the form. document is printed on both sides. b) Fill in the form in English using CPAITAL letters, l Application number must be written at top except for signature. right corner of all the photocopies. c) Use only BLACK or BLUE Hi-Tec type pen to fill up h) Do not fold the form. Do not staple or clip the the form form with any other enclosures, keep it loose. All d) Square boxes provided in the forms are only for marks cards and certificates if any must be writing the alphabets in capitals or numbers. stapled together. Demand draft must be kept Only one alphabet or number should be written loose. in one box. Wherever codes are given, fill the i) The demand draft/at par chaque should be boxes with the appropriate codes. drawn in favour of 'Sikkim Manipal University' e) Overwriting, striking off or erasing in any of the payable at Gangtok. forms may lead to rejection and should be j) The application number and candidate's name avoided. Any discrepancy in the statement should be mentioned on the reverse side of the and/or submission of incomplete forms will lead demand draft. to rejection of application/cancellation of k) Fees once remitted shall not be refunded under admission. any circumstances. f) Keep a photocopy of the filled application for future reference. Application number must be 52
  • 1.2. Form Filling Instructions CODE OF COURSE APPLIED: write the code of the course applied in the box. SN COURSE CODE TECHNICAL COURSES 1 B. Tech (EC, CSE, EE, IT, ME, Civil, Instrumentation) 101 2 B. Arch 102 3 B.S (Engg.) 103 4 Integrated M.Sc. (IT, CS, Software, Networking, Embedded Systems) 104 5 Lateral B.Tech.( EC) 105 6 Lateral B.Tech.( CSE) 106 7 Lateral B.Tech.( EE) 107 8 Lateral B.Tech(IT) 108 9 Lateral B.Tech.( ME) 109 10 Lateral B.Tech.( Civil) 110 11 Lateral B.Tech.( Applied Electronics & Instrumentation) 111 12 BCA 112 13 MCA 113 14 M.Tech (Power Electronics) 114 15 M.Tech (CSE) 115 16 M.Tech (IT) 116 17 M.Tech (Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication) 117 18 M.Tech (Applied Nano Technology) 118 19 PG Diploma in Geo Informatics 119 MEDICAL COURSES 20 MBBS 201 21 B.Sc. (Nursing) 202 22 BPT 203 23 I ntegrated M.Sc Medical Biotechnology 204 24 Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) 205 25 Post B.Sc Nursing (likely to be started) 206 26 M.Sc Medical (Anatomy) 207 27 M.Sc Medical (Biochemistry) 208 28 M.Sc Medical (Physiology) 209 29 M.Sc Medical (Microbiology ) 210 30 MPT 211 31 Master in Hospital Mgt. 212 OTHER COURSES 32 B.Sc Fashion Design 301 33 Bachelor in Hotel Mgt. & Catering 302 34 BBA 303 35 MBA 305 36 Integrated M.Sc (Chemistry) 306 37 Integrated M.Sc (Mathematics) 307 38 In tegrated M.Sc (Physics) 308 39 M.Sc (Chemistry) 309 40 M.Sc (Mathematics) 310 41 M.Sc (Physics) 311 53
  • Candidates seeking admissions through entrance examination of SMU can use one application form for either two group of courses or two mode of examinations (online/offline) for technical courses. Groups are as follows: MEDICAL: TECHNICAL: MBBS B.Tech BPT Integrated M.Sc. Integrated M.Sc. Medical Biotech B.Sc. Nursing (only for females) According to preference fill up the code. For example: The course applied is Technical and first preference is B.TECH and second is Integrated M.Sc. in IT. Write first 101 then 104 as: MEDICAL TECHNICAL OTHERS CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 3 CODE 4 CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 1 CODE 2 101 104 2) NAME OF THE APPLICANT: write your name in CAPITAL LETTERS as it appears in your 10th standard marks card. Leave one blank box between adjacent words. Do not use any prefixes like Dr., Mr., Mrs., Miss/Ms etc. For example, MR. S VINOD KUMAR OJA should be written as: S V I N O D K U M A R O J A 3) DATE OF BIRTH: Enter the date, month and year of your birth as recorded in the 10th marks c a r d i n DD/MM/YY format only. When the number of date or month is a single digit, zero should be prefixed. For example: 5th June 1989 should be written as 0 5 0 6 8 9 4) SEX: Tick the appropriate box only MALE FEMALE 5) NATIONALITY: Write your nationality. 6) CAST: Write GEN/SC/ST/OBC/MBC. 7) CATEGORY: Specify the category by a tick mark under the appropriate category. For example: If the candidate is from the North East having the permanent domicile certificate then tick below that category General North East DGHC Defence PF SIKKIM NRI 3 54
  • 8) ENTRANCE TEST APPEARED/APPEARING: If a candidate is appearing in both UGET2 (online) as well as AIEEE, he should tick in both boxes. AIEEE UGET1 UGET2 MAT CAT NATA online offline 3 3 9) TEST CENTRE: Write the code of the test centre. Codes of online test centres are given below. You can give two choices as per priority. TEST CENTRE CODES TEST CENTRE CODES AHMEDABAD 01 JAMSHEDPUR 15 ALLAHABAD 02 KANPUR 16 BANGALORE 03 KOTA 17 BHOPAL 04 KOLKATA 18 BHUBANESHWAR 05 LUCKNOW 19 CHANDIGARH 06 MANIPAL 20 CHENNAI 07 MANGALORE 21 COIMBATORE 08 MUMBAI 22 DELHI 09 PATNA 23 ERNAKULAM 10 PUNE 24 GANGTOK 11 RANCHI 25 GUWAHATI 12 VARANASI 26 HYDERABAD 13 VIJAYAWARDA 27 JAIPUR 14 In addition to the online test conventional written test [ONLY FOR B.TECH and INTEGRATED M.Sc. (IT/CS/SD/NW/ES) COURSES ] will be held at the following centres. All procedures remain the same except in the mode of conduct of test. CONVENTIONAL OFFLINE TEST CENTRES TEST CENTRE CODES TEST CENTRE CODES AGARTALA AG KOTA KT BHOPAL BP LUCKNOW LK BHUBANESHWAR BU PATNA PT CHANDIGARH CH RAIPUR RP DELHI DL RANCHI RC GUWAHATI GU SIKKIM (SMIT) SK JAMMU JM SILCHAR SH JAMESHEDPUR JP SILIGURI SL JORHAT JO SIMLA SM KOLKATA KL 55
  • 10) NAME OF THE PARENT/GUARDIAN - Write the name of your parent or guardian For example: MR. ANAND KUMAR OJA should be written as: A N A N D K U M A R O J A 11) ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE: Write the complete postal address including PIN CODE to which communications are to be sent. Also write telephone number with STD code/mobile number and e-mail address if any. For example, the address: MR. S VINOD KUMAR OJA S/O ANAND KUNAR OJA SOUBHAGYA NIVAS, HNO. 26A, MAJITAR RANGPO POST, EAST SIKKIM - 737 136 Write as shown below (Do not repeat name) S O U B H A G Y A N I V A S H N O 2 6 A M A J I T A R R A N G P O P O S T E A S T S I K K I M 7 3 7 1 3 6 12) STD CODE AND TELPHONE NUMBER: Write the STD code followed by your telephone number. For example: (03592)246048 should be written as: 0 3 5 9 2 2 4 6 0 4 8 13) MOBILE NUMBER : mobile numbers of applicant/parent/guardian should be provided in the appropriate box. For example: 9900225832/94344353640 should be written as: 9 9 0 0 2 2 5 8 3 2 14) EMAIL ADDRESS : Writing the email IDs of applicant and parent/guardian is compulsory as all the correspondence will be made through the email only. The application form without email id may be considered as incomplete and may lead rejection. Write the e-mail IDs in CAPITAL letters without blank spaces. For example: vinod.kumaroja@gmail.com should be written as V I N D . K U M A R O J A @ G M A I L . C O M 56
  • 15) PHOTGRAPH OF APPLICANT: Applicants must paste their most recent colour photograph (not older than 3 months). Do not pin or staple the photograph. 16) SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT sign within the box without touching the edges 17) Details of 10th Exam: write all specified details of 10th exam. 18) Details of 10+2 Exam: It is only for the courses required eligibility is 10+2. If the result of the qualifying examination is not declared/held kindly leave the space for marks blank and write other details. 19) Details of UG/Diploma Exam: Applicant Applying for Post graduate courses/Lateral B.Tech should give details of their Graduate Degree/Diploma exam. If the result of the qualifying examination is not declared/held kindly leave the space for marks blank and write other details. 20) Details of the enclosed DD/At par cheque of entrance exam fee should be given in the provided space. 2. SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM i). No document to be attached with the application except DD as may be the case. ii). You can send your filled application form either by speed post or by courier service. iii). SMU is served by BLUE DART/ DTDC Courier service and Speed Post. iv). Entrance Exam fee a) Rs. 1000/- : For UGET1 or UGET2. b) Rs. 1500/- : For UGET1 and UGET2 (online) or UGET1 and UGET2 (offline) or UGET2 online and offline. c) Rs. 750/- : For BCA/MCA/MBA. d) Entrance Exam fee should be paid by DD / At par cheque in favour of SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY payable at GANGTOK 3. SCRATCH CARD The scratch card carries an application number and password which enables respective candidate to access the details/status of application/online booking of centers/ hall ticket/ call letter from the site www.smu.edu.in/apply. Also the same can be downloaded. Important Note i). By scratching this card, you agree to be fully responsible for all access, use and activities that occur under your online booking password. ii). The security of your online booking password is totally your responsibility. Sikkim Manipal University (SMU) will not be held accountable or responsible for any claim or loss that results directly or indirectly from any unauthorized use or misuse of your online booking password. iii). The online booking password must be kept confidential. Do not disclose with others, write them down, store them in a file on your computer, or auto save passwords. iv). Candidate can rectify personal details by accessing the site www.smu.edu.in/apply using their application number and password 4. INSTRCTIONS TO CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR UGET1 / UGET2 OF SMU 4.1. Test Center Booking System Candidates must choose a test centre, date and slot of choice by using the Online Booking System (OTBS) at www.smu.edu.in Candidates will not be issued e-hall ticket without booking a slot through OTBS. Candidates will have to provide the application form number, password (available in the scratch card). Candidates are required to book their slots using the OTBS as per the schedule given below. Please note that the OTBS will not allow the candidate after the booking end date. 57
  • TEST BOOKING START DATE BOOKING END DATE UGET2 24 April 2010 (offline) 19 April 2010 UGET1 and 4 May 2010 10 May 2010 UGET2 (online) Candidates can choose slots of their choice on a first- test date and time selected by the candidate. come-first-served basis and subject to availability. If Discrepancies, if any must be brought to the notice a candidate is unable to book a slot in a centre of his immediately. choice, he may book a slot in an alternate centre. The e-hall ticket will be made available on A slot booked cannot be changed. Requests for www.smu.edu.in. Candidate can download e-hall change of test centre, date or slot will not be ticket for website by using application number and entertained under any circumstances. password. The copy of the e-hall ticket will also be emailed to the candidate. Candidates must provide In addition, if for any reason, including poor valid email ID in the application form. The e-hall response of candidates for appearing at a particular ticket will NOT be dispatched to candidates via post centre, a test centre has to be cancelled, the or fax. candidates who had opted for that centre will be allotted another centre. The university will inform Candidates should ensure that a printer is connected such candidates individually to their computer while printing the e-hall ticket. Candidates should take two print outs of the e-hall While booking your test schedule, please ensure that ticket using the print option on A4 size paper only. you have the following with you: Please ensure that all information on the e-hall ticket a) A photocopy of your submitted application including photograph is clearly visible on the print form. out. b) Scratch card (for online booking password) No candidate will be permitted to appear for the test The OTBS is available only to those eligible without a valid e-hall ticket. candidates who have submitted the application forms complete in all respects on or before the last The candidates must not mutilate the e-hall ticket or date mentioned. change any entry made therein after it has been authenticated and received by them. The e-hall No candidate will be allowed to appear for the online ticket is not transferable to any other person. test twice for the same entrance test in a year. In the Impersonation is a legally punishable offence. The e- event of such attempt, their candidature will be hall ticket is an important document, it must be cancelled and they will be liable to be debarred from preserved and produced at the time of taking examination either permanently or for a counseling/admission. specific period to be decided by the University. The university reserves the right to withhold the result of Report to the selected test centre with the two such candidates. copies of the e-hall ticket, one photocopy of the application form and any one of the following for 4.3. E-Hall Ticket photo identification: The e-hall ticket will be issued only for those candidates who has booked a slot using the OTBS Passport/driving license/EC voter ID card/IT PAN before the booking end date. card or School/College photo-bearing ID card. The e-hall ticket will indicate the e-hall ticket 4.4. Regulations At The Test Centre number, course/s applied, address of the test centre, Candidates should arrive at the test centre as per the 58
  • reporting time mentioned in the e-hall ticket. There 4.6. Guide Lines For Candidate Appearing In Online will be an on-site orientation prior to the start of the Entrance Test test. If a candidate arrives after the on-site The salient features of the computer based ONLINE orientation has begun, he/she will not be allowed to entrance test are: take the test. The test hall will be opened 30 minutes l The candidate sits in front of the computer and before the commencement of the test. the questions are presented on the monitor and the candidate submits his answers If candidates do not report in time, they are likely to through the use of mouse. The computer is miss some of the general instructions to be connected to the server, which delivers the announced in the test hall. Candidates coming after test, in real time through a reliable the commencement of the test are not permitted to connectivity. sit for the test. l Online Entrance Test assumes that the candidate has basic familiarity with use of The candidate has to register his/her name in the computers like use of keyboard and mouse registration counter (only for online test). The e-hall operation. It is the responsibility of the tickets of the candidates will be checked to satisfy candidate to acquire these skills before about the identity of each candidate. appearing in the test and the University Candidates will not be allowed to carry any textual cannot take responsibility for the same. material, printed or written, bits of papers or any other material except the e-hall ticket inside the test l In the event of rare and unlikely a technical hall. Candidates are also not permitted to bring failure during the test, the candidate may be calculators, slide rules, clark tables, electronic required to attempt the test again. watches with facilities of calculators, laptop or l Candidates must visit www.smu.edu.in palmtop computers, personal stereo systems, regularly to obtain latest news, information walkie-talkie sets, mobile phones, paging devices or and updates on online entrance test. any other object/device that is likely to be of unfair l Candidates shall maintain perfect silence and assistance. attend to their questions only. All actions of the candidate in the test hall will be closely No candidate will be allowed to go outside the test monitored using web cameras and closed hall till the completion of the entire duration of time. circuit TV cameras. Any conversation or Once the candidates leave the hall (even if only to gesticulation or disturbance in the test hall answer a call of nature) they cannot return under shall be deemed as misbehavior and if a any circumstances. Smoking in the test hall is strictly candidate is found using unfair means or prohibited. Tea, coffee, cold drinks or snacks are also impersonation, his/her candidature will be not allowed to be taken into the test hall. cancelled and will be liable to be debarred from taking examination either permanently There are no waiting facilities for family and friends or for a specified period to be decided by the at the test centre. Candidates should plan to meet University. The university reserves the right to them elsewhere after the test ends. withhold the result of such candidates. Candidates must sign the attendance sheet in the 4. 6.1. Online Test Procedure presence of the invigilator. The invigilator will also Each candidate is given a seat with a computer. put his/her signature in the place provided in the e- Candidates must find out and occupy their allotted hall ticket. seats at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the test. 4.5. Scoring Each question carries one mark. Each correct answer The candidates must ensure that the computer will be awarded one mark. The unanswered allotted to them is switched on and any problem questions /wrong answers will receive no mark. with the computer should be informed to the invigilator immediately. 59
  • The questions appearing on the screen will be in iii). The candidate will be solely responsible for English. All questions will be of the Multiple Choice any error/omission in filling up the hall ticket Question (MCQ type). and the test booklet number. Each MCQ will consist of a stem which may be in the 4.7.2 Front of answer sheet form of a question or an incomplete statement and On the front of the answer sheet the candidate must four responses labeled A, B, C and D. one of the four write his/her name (in capital letters) and hall ticket responses only is the correct or most appropriate number in the appropriate places using Hi-Tec type answer. Candidates must choose the correct or most black pen. appropriate answer by clicking on the button next to the answer. Candidates can navigate freely through 4.7.3. Reverse of answer sheet the questions. i) On the reverse, candidates must write hall ticket number and test booklet number in The Final score will be displayed in the test screen Arabic numerals in appropriate boxes using a immediately after the test. The candidates should Hi-Tec point type black pen and also acknowledge the score in the printout of the score completely darken corresponding circles. card in the presence of the invigilator. ii) For example, the hall ticket number 723510 should be filled as: 4.6.2 Rough Work All rough work should be done in the paper/s 7 2 3 5 1 0 supplied in the test centre. No paper/s should be taken to the test hall for this purpose 0 1 4.6.3. Mock Test 2 3 The mock test will be made available to the 4 candidates in the website www.smu.edu.in. It is 5 mainly designed to provide the candidates a feel of 6 the test flow and its different components. The mock 7 test will give the candidate an idea of all the features 8 of the online test. 9 4.7. Guide Lines For Candidates Appearing In Offline 4.7.4. Test Booklet (Written) Test i). At scheduled time for the commencement of the test, the candidate will receive a test Written test is conducted only for B.Tech and booklet. Candidates must ensure that the Integrated MSc (IT/CS/SD/NW/ES). test booklet received by them is correct and printed properly. Each test booklet has a 4.7.1. Answer Sheet specific five digit test booklet number on the i). 15 minutes before the commencement of front page. Candidates must write this the test, an answer sheet will be given. number on the reverse of their answer sheets Candidates must ensure that the answer and blacken circles at the appropriate place. sheet they have received is correct and properly printed on both sides. ii). The order of questions is not same in all test ii). The hall ticket number and the test booklet booklets. Candidates should never change numbers as filled by the candidate in the their test booklets during the test. answer sheet will be accepted as final for the purpose of evaluation. When these numbers iii). Each Multiple Choice Question will consist of are not written or written wrongly, the a stem which may be in the form of a question answer sheet will not be evaluated. or an incomplete statement and four 60
  • responses labeled A, B, C and D. Only one of 4.7.6. Rough Work the four responses is correct or the most i). Candidates should not do any rough work or appropriate answer. Candidates should writing work on the answer sheet. indicate the correct or most appropriate ii). All rough work should be done in the test answer by darkening the appropriate circle booklet itself. completely. iii). The examination hall will open 30 minutes before the commencement of the 4.7.5. Marking of Answers examination. Candidates should take their i). Correct answers must be marked by seats immediately thereafter. If the candidates darkening the appropriate circle. The answer do not report in time they are likely to miss sheet will be evaluated by a computer using some of the general instructions to be Optical Mark Recognition (OMR). The announced in the examination hall. following example illustrates the correct iv). Candidates must bring their hall ticket, a High- method of indicating the answer. Tec black pen. Question No. 131 in the Test Booklet may read as: v). Candidates are not allowed to keep any textual The CASSEIN contained in milk is a: materials, calculators, slide ruler, log tables, (A) Bacterium electronic watches with facilities of calculator, (B) Carbohydrate printed or written material, bits of paper, (C) Fat mobile phones, pagers or any other device (D) Protein except the hall ticket inside the examination hall. The correct response is (D). The candidate will locate question No. 131 in the answer sheet and darken vi). No candidate will be allowed to leave the the circle (D) as shown below: examination hall during the duration of the test. (do not tick, cross or mark in any other way) vii). Candidates are advised to bring with them a A B C D cardboard or a clipboard on which nothing is written so that they have no difficulty in writing 131 WRONG responses in the answer sheet if the tables 131 WRONG provided in the examination hall do not have a smooth surface. 131 WRONG viii). Smoking in the examination hall is strictly 131 WRONG prohibited. 131 WRONG ix). Tea, cuff, cold drinks and snacks are not allowed to be taken inside the examination hall. 131 WRONG 131 WRONG 4.7.7. Unfair Means 131 RIGHT Any candidate found indulging in unfair means or impersonation will be debarred from taking the examination and his/her candidature will be ii). If more than one circle is darkened or if the cancelled. All impersonation cases will be handed response is marked in any wrong manner as over to law Enforcement authorities. shown above, it shall be treated as wrong answer. Candidates who do not wish to attempt a question should not touch any circle given 5. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS against that question. Candidates must ensure that the answer sheet is not folded and has no Eligible incomplete application (For example: stray marks on it. Declaration not signed, left thumb impression not iii). The candidates must bring their own materials taken, course/s not mentioned, DD not enclosed, DD such as Hi-Tec point type black pen. wrongly drawn, Photographs not affixed on the application etc.) will not be processed. Sikkim 61
  • Manipal University will not take responsibility to FOR MBBS inform these candidates. Such candidates will not be If a candidate is not able to attend the counseling able to access the Online Test Booking System. session on the given date and time but arrives later, the candidate will get a chance for counseling again Candidates are hence advised to ensure that the on the last day of the first counseling session and application is duly filled and dispatched along with before the second round of counseling session. other enclosures complete in all respect. 8. DOCUMENTS 6. RANK LIST During counseling, all candidates are required to produce the original and one sets of photocopies of Rank will be based on the total marks obtained in following documents. In the event of admission, the Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Mathematics and University will retain these documents for English in the UGET in case of tie the rank will be verification. decided on the basis of marks scored by the candidate(s) in Biology /Mathematics. In case of Candidates are warned against submitting the further tie the rank will be decided on the basis of colour photocopies of the original marks card in lieu the marks obtained in Chemistry followed by Physics of the original marks cards. In the event of and finally the tie at this stage will be decided by the submission of such fraudulent original marks cards, marks scored in PCB/M (Physics, Chemistry and incorrect or untrue information or suppression or Biology /Mathematics) in 10+2 (qualifying distortion of any fact in the original marks card, examination). admission/degree of the candidate is liable for cancellation. 7. COUNSELLING PROCEDURE Request for withdrawal of the original documents The list of candidates eligible to attend the submitted can only be made for genuine reasons in counseling , counseling schedule, venue and other the prescribed application form available at the relevant details will be made available in the website admission Office. www.smu.edu.in Following Original Documents along with the Physical presence of the candidate at the counseling attested copy of each document are to be submitted is mandatory. If a candidate is prevented by at the time of Counseling: unavoidable circumstances from being physically l Hall Ticket (for UGET candidates only) present for the counseling, he/she may authorize l Original AIEEE rank card (if appeared) another individual to represent him/her at the l Date of birth / Class X Pass Certificate counseling (except for MBBS). This representative must carry the authorization letter and must bring all l Marks sheet of 10th pass exam documents and full fee. Absence of the candidate or l Marks sheet of 10+2/ diploma (only for UG his/her representative at the indicated reporting courses) or degree (only for PG courses) time and date will result in the instantaneous l Conduct and character certificate to be forfeiture of any claim for a seat. obtained on the school/college letter/head/pad. No other certificate in lieu The choice of course made by the candidate/ of this will be accepted. representative is final and binding and cannot be l Transfer certificate or school/college leaving altered under any circumstances. certificate issued by the school/college. No other certificate in lieu of this will be Only the candidate/representative will be allowed accepted. into the counseling hall. They will be called in the l Migration certificate from previous order of their ranks and offered the seats available at University/Board. Sponsoring/domicile that point of time. They are permitted to choose any certificates for various reserved category of the seats available during their turn. 62
  • l Documents as required for admission in l Any act, which results in the damage or Defence, North East and NRI categories. destruction of university property l Four recent and identical passport size l Misappropriation of university property photographs. l Ragging l Affidavit by student and parents as per l Physical assault on students and teachers/ Annexure I & II staff Any conduct inconsistent with the status of a Notes: l student, like smoking and drinking (a) Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination can apply as provisional After the enquiry, penalties ranging from fines, candidates. They will have to submit the marks warnings, to expulsion from the institute can be sheet and migration certificate at the time of awarded as per the regulations. admission. A candidate may be given 10. ANTI RAGGING MEASURES provisional admission if the results of the qualifying examination are not declared at the The Hon'ble Supreme Court has directed that time of counseling. ragging be banned from all educational institutions. (b) C a n d i d a t e s a r e a d v i s e d t o k e e p Ragging has been made a cognizable offence and it certified copies of these certificates with them. attracts a punishment of rigorous imprisonment of up to three years and a fine of Rs. 25,000/-. Ragging IMPORTANT NOTE has been defined as: “Any act causing, inducing, The number of candidates included in the merit list compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of a and also those called for counseling will be more practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which than the total number of seats available in the detracts from human dignity or violates his person or constituent colleges. This is to take care of any drop exposes him to ridicule or forbears from doing any outs at the counseling stage. Mere inclusion in the lawful act, by intimidating, wrongfully restraining, merit list and call for counseling does not guarantee wrongfully confining, or injuring him or by using admission to a course. This will exclusively depend on criminal force to him or by holding out to him any the candidate's rank, the number of candidates threat of such intimidation, wrongful restraint, attending the counseling, their choice of course and wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal the number of seats available. force”. The admission in SMU is purely on the merit basis. At SMIMS & SMIT, we have always attempted to SMU does not appoint any agent to facilitate the foster a strong vibrant and warm relationship admission process. For any clarification, please amongst the senior and junior students. An contact the admission committee members. interactive session between senior and junior students is conducted in the presence of teachers. 9. DISCIPLINE Any interaction beyond this invites harsh The university is an institution meant for higher punishment that may take any of the following forms learning and the objective is not only to impart depending upon the severity of offence:- education but also to build up the character of the l Suspension from classes/hostel students and transform them into better human l Debarring from appearing in examination beings. The students are, therefore, expected to l Rustication from the college for a period up to observe proper discipline in their conduct during the two years entire period they spend with the university. Regulations are designed to ensure that the conduct l Expulsion from the college of students and their discipline are up to required l Fine up to Rs.25,000/- by a court of law standards. Every student admitted to SMIMS or SMIT or SBAS Acts of Indiscipline: The following are regarded as his/ her parents/ guardians are required to sign an acts of indiscipline undertaking(Annexure I & II) that the student will l Failure to attend classes on regular basis desist from indulging in ragging. 63
  • 11. ATTENDANCE to provide the copies of proof of money transfer for Students are requested to attend a minimum of 75% follow-up and records. The payment instruction for of the total classes actually held in each subject up to SWIFT transfer is as follows: the end of the year. A candidate who does not satisfy For Credit to : JP Morgan Chase Bank, Swift Code : the above requirement of attendance shall not be CHASUS33, A/C # 001-1-406717 permitted to appear for the entire university Beneficiary Name : examination of the year. He/she shall have to satisfy SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH MEDICAL the attendance requirement. AND TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES Beneficiary's Address : 12. COURSE & HOSTEL FEES 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim 737102 12.1. Mode of Payment Beneficiary's Account No : 04201450000042 1 2 . 1 . 1 . F o r B .Te c h , B . A r c h , I n t . M . S c . Beneficiary's Bank : (IT/CS/SD/NW/ES), MCA, MBA, M.Tech, PG Diploma HDFC BANK LTD, GANGTOK BRANCH, INDIA in GI: Beneficiary Bank Swift Code : HDFCINBBCAL The fee should be remitted by a demand draft in (The word OUR is to be mentioned in Field No. : 71 of favour of “Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology” Swift Transfer Form) payable at Gangtok. 12.2. Schedule of Payment of Fees 12.1.2. For BCA, BS Engineering, BHMC, M.Sc, MHM, 12.2.1. For B.Tech, B. Arch., MCA, MBA, M.Tech, BCA, BBA, B.Sc.(Fashion Design): BS Engineering, M.Sc, PG Diploma in GI: The fee should be remitted by a demand draft in favour of “Sikkim Manipal University” payable at Fee can be paid in lump sum amount which is one Gangtok. time every year and to be paid at the beginning of odd semester (1 Aug. to 31 August every year). 12.1.3 For MBBS, BPT, B.Sc (Nursing), BMLT, However the institution offers the students the Integrated M.Sc. Medical(Biotechnology), MPT, option of paying the fees in two easy installments per M.Sc. Medical: year i.e in the beginning of every semester during The fee should be remitted by a demand draft in odd semester (01Aug. to 31 Aug) and for even favour of “ Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical semester(15 Jan. to 20 Feb). Final year students of Sciences” payable at Gangtok. B.Tech & MCA do not have option of two installments(01Aug. to 31 Aug). 12.1.4. For NRI/Foreign students: The fee should be remitted by a demand draft in 12.2.2. For MBBS, BPT, B.Sc (Nursing), BMLT, M.Sc. favour of “ Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Medical: Sciences” payable at Gangtok. For the second academic year, all the qualified For NRI/Foreign students, fees are to be paid in US candidates have to pay tuition and other fees within Dollar demand draft on account of tuition fee as per one month from the date of declaration of 1st year the fee structure in favour of “Sikkim Manipal results. For the third/fourth/fifth academic year, University” payable at Gangtok, India drawn from form third year onwards, tuition and other fees have outside India, out of the account of sponsor. The to be paid by 31st of July of each year respectively. clearing charges are to be born by the student in case 12.2.3. For Integrated M.Sc. Medical of the instrument gets clear from outside India. (Biotechnology), MHM, BBA, B.Sc. (Fashion Design) The payment can also be made in INR (Indian Fee can be paid in lump sum amount which is one Rupees) provided that draft is made only from NRE time every year and to be paid at the beginning of (Non Resident External) account of sponsor with a odd semester (01-31 August each year) certificate from the issuing bank. The conversional rate will be intimated through the counseling letter. Note: Delayed payment of fees will attract a modest This fee can also be paid through SWIFT transfer fine of 0.5% p.m in the first month, 1% in the second from outside India. In such cases, the sender is to and third month, and 2% for more than 3 months. bear the transaction charges and the sender is also 64
  • 12.3. Fees structure of different courses for 2010-11 Batch (Fees are under revision with marginal increase ) Table 1A: General (GEN), North East (NE), Defence (DEF), DGHC Category 1st yr. Course 2nd yr 3rd yr 4th yr 5th yr. Sl. No Stream Registration Duration Course Fees Total Fees A TECHNICAL COURSES 1 B Tech. 4 10,000 100,592 110,592 114,500 122,000 129,500 2 BS Engineering Twinning 2 10,000 119,116 129,116 134,500 3 BCA 3 10,000 39,304 49,304 46,450 46,450 4 MCA 3 10,000 54,854 64,854 62,000 62,000 5 M Tech 2 10,000 63,116 73,116 71,000 6 B.Arch. 5 10,000 100,592 110,592 114,500 122,000 129,500 137,000 7 Integrated MSc (IT/Soft 5 10,000 55,000 65,000 55,000 55,000 65,000 65,000 Dev/Comp. Sci/Networking/ Embedded Systems) 8 P.G Dip in. Geo Informatics 1 10,000 40,000 50,000 B MEDICAL COURSES 65 9 MBBS 5 10,000 360,000 370,000 375,000 390,000 405,000 210,000 10 Bsc. Nursing 4 10,000 32,550 42,550 39,500 39,500 39,500 11 MSc Medical 3 10,000 48,350 58,350 54,800 54,800 12 BPT 4 10,000 43,850 53,850 50,800 50,800 50,800 13 MPT 2 10,000 90,550 100,550 110,550 14 PGNM 2 10,000 45,000 55,000 55,000 15 B.Sc Med. Lab. Tech (BMLT) 3 10,000 40,000 50,000 46,950 46,950 16 Master in Hospital Management 2 10,000 75,000 85,000 81,950 17 Integrated MSc in Bio-Technology 5 10,000 55,000 65,000 61,950 61,950 65,000 65,000 C OTHER COURSES 18 MBA 2 10,000 117,116 127,116 125,000 19 Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. & 4 10,000 100,592 110,592 114,500 122,000 129,500 Catering(BHMC) 20 BBA 3 10,000 55,000 65,000 61,950 21 BSc (Fashion Design) 3 10,000 55,000 65,000 55,000 55,000 22 MSc (Mathematics) 2 10,000 24,566 34,566 32,450 23 MSc(Chemistry Physics) 2 10,000 37,116 47,116 45,000 24 Integrated MSc (Maths,Phy,Chem) 5 10,000 44,616 54,616 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000
  • 12.3. Fees structure of different courses for 2010-11 Batch (Fees are under revision with marginal increase ) Table 1B: Sikkim Category 1st yr. Course 2nd yr 3rd yr 4th yr 5th yr. Sl. No Stream Registration Duration Course Fees Total Fees A TECHNICAL COURSES 1 B Tech. 4 10,000 52,592 62,592 63,500 68,000 72,500 2 BS Engineering Twinning 2 10,000 71,116 81,116 83,500 3 BCA 3 10,000 16,804 26,804 23,950 23,950 4 MCA 3 10,000 24,854 34,854 32,000 32,000 5 M Tech 2 10,000 35,516 45,516 43,400 6 B.Arch. 5 10,000 52,592 62,592 63,500 68,000 72,500 77,000 7 Integrated MSc (IT/Soft 5 10,000 28,766 38,766 28,766 28,766 38,766 38,766 Dev/Comp. Sci/Networking/ Embedded Systems) 8 P.G Dip in. Geo Informatics 1 10,000 20,800 30,800 B MEDICAL COURSES 66 9 MBBS 5 10,000 162,000 172,000 174,000 186,000 198,000 204,000 10 Bsc. Nursing 4 10,000 18,525 28,525 25,475 25,475 25,475 11 MSc Medical 3 10,000 22,700 32,700 29,150 29,150 12 BPT 4 10,000 26,350 36,350 32,800 32,800 32,800 13 MPT 2 10,000 30,390 40,390 39,550 14 PGNM 2 10,000 23,400 33,400 28,600 15 B.Sc Med. Lab. Tech (BMLT) 3 10,000 21,250 31,250 28,200 28,200 16 Master in Hospital Management 2 10,000 30,000 40,000 36,950 17 Integrated MSc in Bio-Technology 5 10,000 25,000 35,000 31,950 31,950 36,000 36,000 C OTHER COURSES 18 MBA 2 10,000 44,116 54,116 52,000 19 Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. & 4 10,000 52,592 62,592 63,500 68,000 72,500 Catering(BHMC) 20 BBA 3 10,000 21,250 31,250 28,200 28,200 21 BSc (Fashion Design) 3 10,000 28,600 38,600 28,600 28,600 22 MSc (Mathematics) 2 10,000 4,066 14,066 14,450 23 MSc(Chemistry Physics) 2 10,000 19,116 29,116 27,000 24 Integrated MSc (Maths,Phy,Chem) 5 10,000 26,616 36,616 27,000 28,700 27,000 27,000
  • 12.3. Fees structure of different courses for 2010-11 Batch (Fees are under revision with marginal increase ) Table 1C: NRI Category (Some portion of fees are payable in US $ rest in INR) 1st yr. Course 2nd yr 3rd yr 4th yr 5th yr. Sl. No Stream Registration Duration Course Fees Total Fees A TECHNICAL COURSES 1 B Tech. 4 10,000 $3,800 Rs. 10,000+$3800 $3900+Rs. 6,450 $4000+Rs. 6,450 $4100+Rs. 6,450 2 BCA 3 10,000 $1,300 Rs. 10,000+$1300 $1300+Rs. 6,450 $1300+Rs. 6,450 3 MCA 3 10,000 $2,500 Rs. 10,000+$2500 $2500+Rs. 6,450 $2500+Rs. 6,450 4 M Tech 2 10,000 $2,500 Rs. 10,000+$2500 $2500+Rs. 6,450 5 B.Arch. 5 10,000 $3,800 Rs. 10,000+$3800 $3900+Rs. 6,450 $4000+Rs. 6,450 $4100+Rs. 6,450 $4200+Rs. 6,450 6 Integrated MSc (IT/Soft 5 10,000 $1,750 Rs. 10,000+$1750 $1750+Rs. 8,450 $1750+Rs. 8,450 $2050+Rs. 8,450 $2050+Rs. 8,450 Dev/Comp. Sci/Networking/ Embedded Systems) 7 P.G Dip in. Geo Informatics 1 10,000 $1,250 Rs. 10,000+$1250 B MEDICAL COURSES 8 MBBS 5 10,000 $17,500 Rs. 10,000+$17500 $17500+Rs. 5,150 $17500+Rs. 5,150 $17500+Rs. 5,150 $8750+Rs. 2,645 67 9 Bsc. Nursing 4 10,000 $3,200 Rs. 10,000+$3200 $3200+Rs. 6,150 $3200+Rs. 6,150 $3200+Rs. 6,150 10 MSc Medical 3 10,000 $3,000 Rs. 10,000+$3000 $3000+Rs. 6,400 $3000+Rs. 6,400 11 BPT 4 10,000 $3,500 Rs. 10,000+$3500 $3500+Rs. 6,150 $3500+Rs. 6,150 $3500+Rs. 6,150 C OTHER COURSES 12 MBA 2 10,000 $5500+Rs. 17665 Rs. 27,665+$5500 $6000+Rs. 27,665 13 Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. & 4 10,000 $3,800 Rs. 10,000+$3800 $3900+Rs. 6,450 $4000+Rs. 6,450 $4100+Rs. 6,450 Catering(BHMC) 14 BSc (Fashion Design) 3 10,000 $1,750 Rs. 10,000+$1750 $1750+Rs. 6,450 $1750+Rs. 6,450 15 MSc 2 10,000 $2,500 Rs. 10,000+$2500 $2500+Rs. 8,450
  • TABLE 2: CAUTION DEPOSIT COURSE CAUTION DEPOSIT B. Tech/B.Arch./BS (Engg.)/BCA/MCA/ Int. M.Sc. (IT/SD/CS/NW/ES)/M.Tech./MBA/BHMC 15,000 PG Diploma in Geoinformatics 5,000 All Medical Courses/BBA/BSc (Fashion Design) 10,000 Int. MSc/MSc (Mathematics/Chemistry/Physics) 7,500 TABLE 3: HOSTEL, UTILITY& MESS CHARGES HOSTEL ROOM CHARGE UTILITY DEPOSIT MESS DEPOSIT LOCATION OF HOSTEL Total per annum per annum per annum MAJITAR CAMPUS 26,000 6,000 23,000 55,000 TADONG CAMPUS 30,000 6,000 25,000 61,000 NOTE: 1. Calculation of total Fee (Rs.): Amount given in Table 1 as per cousre & category + Amount given in Table 2 as per the course + Amount given in Table 3 as per the location of Hostel 2. Registration Fee is non refundable 3. Caution Deposit will be refunded after completion of the course at the time of convocatoin. 4. Mess Deposit(as per actula & deposit will be equivalent to one year charges) 5. Installment facility is availabfle for technical courses, MBA, Int. MSc and MSc (Mathemetic/Chemistry/Physics) 6. The University reserves its rights to provide hostel facility for Skill Development Courses 7. Allotment of Hostel depends on the course opted 68
  • 13. WITHDRAWAL & REFUND OF FEES 13.1. Once a Student is admitted to any course of study, usually no refund of fee is permitted on withdrawal/absence from college for any reasons. 13.2. A refund claim may however be admitted on merits after due consideration of the request by the college and the amount to be refunded shall be within the limit stated below. Candidates admitted in Engineering & Basic Science courses are informed that payment of fees by installment is only a facility given to them. However, the amount of fees to be forfeited will be worked out based on total fees payable for the whole year. 13.3. Registration : Registration fee is not refundable in any circumstances. 13.4. Deposits: All deposits such as caution deposit, mess advance etc. lying to the credit of the student as on the date of withdrawal/cancellation of admission shall be refunded to the student after adjusting all dues of the student (if any). 13.5. Any student admitted in Medical or Allied Health Sciences courses who withdraws from the course after 30th September will be required to remit to the college, in addition to the fees already forfeited, 100% of the TUTION FEE APPLICABLE FOR THE WHOLE COURSE. 13.6. Any student admitted in Engineering & Basic Science courses who withdraws from the course after 30th September will be required to remit to the college, in addition to the fees already forfeited, 50% of the TUTION FEE APPLICABLE FOR THE REMAINING PERIOD OF THE COURSE. However, students declared not fit for technical education on academic grounds, will not be required to pay 50% of the tuition fees for the remaining period of their course. 13.7. Student withdrawing before starting of the course the entire fee collected will be refunded after deducting Rs. 1000/- (as processing fees). 13.8. In all cases where the student withdraws after the commencement of classes the amount refunded will be after proportionate deduction of Tuition fee, Lab fee, Hostel fee on monthly basis plus registration fee. 69
  • ANNEXURE –I AFFIDAVIT BY THE STUDENT I, (full name of student with admission /registration/enrolment number) s/o d/o Mr. /Mrs./Ms.____________________________________________________, having been admitted to (name of the institution), have received a copy of the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institution, 2009, (hereinafter called the “Regulations”) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. 2) I have, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. 3) I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against me in case I am found guilty of or abetting ragging, actively or passively or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. 4) I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that a) I will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. b) I will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5) I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, I am liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against me under any penal law or any law for the time being in force. 6) I hereby declare that I have not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging, and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, the admission of my ward is liable to be cancelled. Declared this____________day of______________month of________year. __________________ Signature of deponent Name : Address: Telephone / Mobile No. VERIFICATION Verified that the contents of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein. Verified at (place) on this the (day) _____of (month)___(Year)_________ ____________________ Signature of deponent Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the (day) of (month), (year) after reading the contents of this affidavit. OATH COMMISSIONER 70
  • ANNEXURE –II AFFIDAVIT BY PARENT/GUARDIAN I, Mr./Mrs./Ms.__________________________________________(full name of parent/guardian) father/mother/guardian of, (full name of student with admission/registration/enrolment number), having been admitted to (name of the institution), have received a copy of the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, (hereinafter called the “Regulations”), carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. 2) I have, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. 3) I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against my ward in case he/she is found guilty of or abetting ragging, actively or passively or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. 4) I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that: a) My ward will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. b) My ward will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5) I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, my ward is liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 if the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against my ward under any penal law for the time being in force. 6) I hereby declare that my ward has not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging, and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, the admission of my ward is liable to be cancelled. Declared this____________day of______________month of________year. ___________________ Signature of deponent Name : Address: Telephone / Mobile No. VERIFICATION Verified that the contents of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein. Verified at (place) on this the (day) _____of (month)___(Year)_______ __________________ Signature of deponent Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the (day) of (month), (year) after reading the contents of this affidavit. OATH COMMISSIONER 71
  • ANNEXURE –III Format of Sponsorship Letter for NRI applicants I, Mr./Mrs. __(name of sponsor)____ a resident of __(complete address abroad with country of residence)__ hereby sponsor Mr./Ms. __(name of candidate)__ who is my __(mention correct relationship)__. I also undertake to bear the cost of tuition fees of the candidate for the entire course. A photocopy of my proof of residence (copy of passport/certificate of residence from appropriate authority in case of citizens of Nepal/Bhutan) is also enclosed. Signature of the sponsor Full address 72
  • SMU, Tadong GETTING TO SIKKIM BY AIR Jet Airways, Air Deccan, Kingfisher Airlines and Indian Airlines operate flights from Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati to Bagdogra. From the airport one can take a taxi to the campus of SMIT& SBAS, Majitar and SMIMS, Tadong- Gangtok - the drive takes about three to four hours. One can also use the services of chartered helicopters to travel between Gangtok and Bagdogra. BY TRAIN One can travel by train from any part of the country to New Jalpaiguri or Siliguri. From here the journey to the campus, which takes 3 to 4 hours, can be made by bus or taxi. BY ROAD Long distance buses ply from major towns in West Bengal, Bihar and Assam to Siliguri. The journey from Siliguri to the campus can be made by taxi or bus via the Himalayan foothills along the Teesta and Rangit rivers and passing through the towns of Teestabazar, Melli and Rangpo. 73
  • A WORD OF CAUTION: Applicants are advised to be careful against possible cheating by A word of caution: Applicants are advised to be careful against possible cheating by unscrupulous agencies who may put out misleading advertisements in newspapers or approach by other means, promising and assuring seats for various courses for monetary considerations or by extracting large sums of money from candidates/parents. SMU wishes to authoritatively refute all such misleading false claims and advertisements. The seats for all the courses offered by SMU can be secured only by merit in the qualifying examination/entrance test. We have no agents or middlemen for admissions. There is no donation or capitation fee of any kind. NOTE: JURISDICTION FOR ALL DISPUTES (IF ANY) RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY IN GANGTOK, SIKKIM, INDIA. 74
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