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  • 1. School of Instrumentation, DAVV, Indore For NAAC IQAC QUESTIONAIRE: 20123. Institutional Status: Regular Budget Supported4. Contact Person DetailsName of Head: Dr. A.L. SharmaContact Phone: 0731-2462228 (O); +91 8989267337 (M)E_MAIL: dralsharma@yahoo.comWebsite: www.inst.dauniv.ac.inNames of Internal Quality Auditors’ Coordinator:Dr. Ratnesh Gupta5. Number of Academic Programs existing:Number of Post Graduate Programs: 01M.Tech. (Instrumentation)Number of Research programs:Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Areas6. Details on program developmentNew programs added during the year NilNew programs designed NilPrograms under revisions NilInter-departmental collaborative programs NilInter institutional collaborative programs NilNumber of review committee recommendations ImplementedThere was no specific recommendation for School of InstrumentationNumber of NAAC peer team recommendations implementedThere was no specific recommendation for School of InstrumentationNumber of UGC or any other expert committee recommendations implementedThere was no specific recommendation for School of InstrumentationNumber of review committee recommendations under implementation
  • 2. There was no specific recommendation for School of Instrumentation7. Faculty detailsTotal faculty strength required as per norms for all programsName of Program: M.Tech.in InstrumentationFaculty Strength (1 P, 01 R, 03 L)Total faculty on rolls1 P, 1 R, 0L , Contractual lecturers: 0 Visiting/Guest Faculty: 05Faculty added during the year 0 P, 0 R, 0 L , 0 Contractual lecturers, 00Visiting/Guest Faculty: 05Faculty positions vacant 0 P, 1 R, 2 L ,Faculty left during the year 0 P, 0.R, 0 L ,Total number of visiting faculty 05.Total number of guest faculty 0Number of UGC/AICTEVisiting Fellows… Nil, Visiting Professors………NilNumber of National Experts Visited for Series of Lectures or for Specific Course……Nil8. Qualification of FacultyPh.D. and above …… (01 P, 01 R, 0 L, 0 CL, 0VL)Masters …… (…0 P, 0 R, 0 L, 0 CL, 0 VL)9. Faculty qualification improvement in appointed facultyPh.D. awarded to existing faculty NilM.Phil awarded to existing faculty NilM.Tech/M.E. awarded to existing faculty NilAny other degree awarded to existing faculty Nil
  • 3. 10. Administrative staff detailsAdministrative Total Sanctioned: 02Administrative Actual Strength: NilAdded during the year: NilLeft During the Year : NilNumber of Administrative Posts Vacant: 0211. Technical support staff details 13Technical Staff Total Sanctioned 13Technical Staff Actual Strength 09Technical Staff Added during the year NilTechnical Staff Left During the Year NilNumber of Technical Staff Posts Vacant 0412. Establishment of Internal Quality Audit in the School / DepartmentYear 2009 Month 07 Day 0113. Composition of Internal Quality Audit in the School/DepartmentNumber of Faculty Associated 01Number of Technical Staff Associated 01Number of Administrative Staff Associated Nil14. Number of Departmental Meetings/Workshops in the Department for Quality Sustenance and Enhancement Number of meeting: 02 per year Student feedback analysis is done at the end of each semester Curricular revision is done annually15. Whether Calendar of Activities and Academic Calendar formulated: Yes 16. Quality Sustenance and Enhancement Plan for Development Proposed for the Year 2011-12Number of new academic programs Proposed 01(M. Tech. in NanoTechnology)Number of Value Added Programs Proposed NilNumber of Skill Oriented Programs Proposed Nil
  • 4. Number of Faculty Competency and Development programs Proposed NilNumber of Other Staff Development Programs Proposed NilNumber of Student Mentoring Programs Proposed NilNumber of Co-Curricular Proposed NilNumber of Inter-departmental Cooperative Schemes Proposed NilNumber of Community Extension Programs Proposed NilAny Other Program Proposed Nil 17. Quality Sustenance and Enhancement Plan for Development Implemented in the Year 2011_12Number of new academic programs Implemented NilNumber of Value Added Programs Implemented NilNumber of Skill Oriented Programs Implemented NilNumber of Faculty Competency and Development programs Implemented NilNumber of Other Staff Development Programs Implemented NilNumber of Student Mentoring Programs Implemented NilNumber of Co-Curricular Programs Implemented NilNumber of Inter-departmental Cooperative Schemes Implemented NilNumber of Community Extension Programs Implemented NilAny Other Program Implemented Nil 18. Quality Sustenance and Enhancement Plan Seminars and Conferences in the Year 2011-12Number of Seminars/Conferences/Workshops …01Number of Participants from Institution …04Number of Participants from Outside …55
  • 5. Number of External experts Invited …. 12Number of External Conferences/Seminars/Workshops Attended 02Number of Events Conducted 01 19. Did Receive Any Funding from UGC or other National AgencyNumber of Projects……02 20. If answer to above Yes thenAmount …Rs. 14.47 Lakhs for three years …. (from UGC DAE CSR and IUAC,New Delhi) 21. Any Significant Achievement made on Quality Enhancement …Discussion with the faculty to improve quality. Teaching through Power point presentation, various assignments, Experimental Laboratory assignments, minor projects22. Academic programsNumber of new academic programs developed or designed by the faculty …Nil..Number of faculty members involved in curriculum re-structuring / revision/ syllabusdevelopment ……02.Number of programs in which evaluation process reformation taken up and implemented01. (semester wise grade sheet preparation)Number of active teaching days during the current academic year …240Average percentage of attendance of students above 85%.Percentage of classes engaged by guest faculty & temporary teachers …40%.Number of self financed programs offered NILNumber of aided programs offered …01. (M.Tech . Instrumentation by AICTE)Number of programs discontinued during the year …Nil23. Whether any systematic student feedback mechanism is in place Yes
  • 6. 24. Feedback detailsPercentage of courses where student feedback is taken …100%…..Average Percentage of Students Participated in Feedback ……100%25. Is feedback for improvement provided to the faculty ? …Yes26. Faculty research, projects, and publication details for the yearNumber of major research projects undertaken during the year …01…Number of minor research projects undertaken during the year …Nil….Number of major ongoing projects …02 ….Number of minor ongoing projects …00Number of major projects completed …00…Number of minor projects completed …20..Number of major projects proposals submitted for external funding …NilNumber of minor projects proposals submitted for external funding …Nil….Number of research publications in peer reviewed journals(During 2011-2012) 02…. (published ) + …0.. (accepted)Number of research publications in international peer reviewed journals(During 2011-2012) …06. published + …0 acceptedAverage impact factor of publications reported 1.5Number of books published International Reputed Publishers …Nil….Number of books published National Reputed Publishers …Nil….Total Number of Books Published ……NilNumber of edited books published NIL(none)Number of books (single authored) …Nil..Number of books (co-authored published) …Nil…
  • 7. Number of conferences attended by the faculty 02Number of International conferences attended 00Number of National conferences attended 02Number of papers presented in conferences 02Number of papers presented in International conferences 00Number of papers presented in National conferences 02Number of conferences organized by the Institution 01Number of faculty acted as experts/ resource persons 02Number of faculty acted as experts/ resource persons- International 00Number of faculty acted as experts/ resource persons - National 02Number of collaborations with International institutions 02Number of collaborations with National institutions 06Number of linkages created during the year 01Total budget for research for current year as a percentage of total institution budget NiLAmount of external research funding received in the year……Rs. 14.4 Lakhs (for threeyears)..Number of patents received in the year NilNumber of patents applied in the year NilNumber of research awards/ recognitions received by the faculty and research fellows ofthe institute in the year (2012) NiLNumber of Ph.D.s awarded during the year NILPercentage of faculty members invited as external experts/ resource persons/ reviewers/referees or any other significant research activities ……100%27. Student details and support mechanism
  • 8. The total intake of students for various courses (sanctioned) …20 in masters& …05… in Ph.DActual enrollment during the year2011- 2012 20…..( first year) + …18.. (second year)Student drop out percentage during the year …5%….. (Dropout will be counted afterstrength registered initially as students for first semester examination) and then seat fellvacant)Success percentage in the final examination across the course …100%.. (for theinitial strength take initial number of students as students who took first semesterexamination)Number of academic distinctions in the final examination & percentage …29%Number of students who got admitted to institutions of National importance NILNumber of students who got admitted to institutions abroad NilNumber of students qualified in UGC NET / SET NILNumber of students qualified GATE/ CAT/ other examinations (specify) NIL28 . Does Student Support Mechanism exists for coaching for competitiveexaminations? No29. if answer to 28, yes, then Student ParticipationNumber participated……………30 . Does Student Counselling and Guidance service exists? ……Nil…………31. if answer to 30 yes, then Student ParticipationNumber participated……………32 . Career guidanceNumber of career guidance programs organized ……Nil…….Percentage of students participated in career guidance programs ……Nil………….33. Is there provision for campus placement? …Yes…..
  • 9. 34.Number of Students Participated in Campus Selection ProgramNumber of Students Selected during the year Nil35. Does gender sensitization program exist? …No….36. if answer to 35 yes, then Student ParticipationNumber of programs organised ………NA……37. Student activitiesNumber of students participated in external cultural events …02…..Number if prizes won by students in external events ……Nil…..Number of cultural events conducted by the institute for the students …NIL….Number of students participated in international sports and games events …Nil….Number of students participated in National sports and games events …NilNumber of students participated in state level sports and games events …Nil…Number of students participated in university level sports and games events …Nil….Number of prizes won by students in international sports and games events …Nil…..Number of prizes won by students in National sports and games events …Nil….Number of prizes won by students in state level sports and games events …Nil….Number of prizes won by students in university level sports and games events …Nil..Number of sports and games events conducted by the institute for the students …0138. Composition of studentsPercentage of scheduled caste 15% out of 20 total students per year in all courses.Percentage of scheduled tribe 0% out of 20 total students in all coursesPercentage of other backward communities 30% out of 20 total students in all coursesPercentage of women students 40% out of 20 total students in all courses
  • 10. Percentage of physically challenged 0% out of 20 total students in all coursesPercentage of rural students 40% out of 20 total students in all coursesPercentage of urban students 60% students will be from out of 20 total students in allcoursesPercentage of students from outside MP 15% students will be from out of 20 totalstudents in all coursesPercentage of students from backward tribal districts in University Jurisdiction 5%students will be from out of 20 total students in all courses.39. Scholarships and financial supportNumber of students availing financial support from the institution …NilAmount disbursed as financial support from the institution …NilNumber of students awarded scholarship from the institution …NilNumber of students received notable national/international achievements/recognition Nil40. Student initiativesNumber of community upliftment programs initiated by students …Nil…Number if literary programs initiated by students …Nil……..Number of social action initiatives based on science/environment initiated by students…Nil….Number of students research initiatives …9…….41. Whether perspective plan for overall development activities is created …Yes…42. Is the plan implemented and monitored? …Yes…..43. Whether the benchmarking is created for institutional quality managementefforts? …No………….44. List the bench markings in various areas of development in bullet format No benchmarking is done.
  • 11. 45. Is a Computerization Information Management Information System (MIS) inplace?In student admission 46. If answer to 45 yes, then 1. Administrative Procedure including Finance through Computer Cash Book, Ledger Records 2. Student Admissions through Computer: Yes, Online admission process 3. Student Records through Computer: No 4. Evaluation and Examination through Computer: No 5. Research Administration through Computer: No 6. Others Grade Sheets (semester wise)47. Existence of learning resource managementLibrary Books, Video Library, CDs, Internete- database in library available in Central LibraryICT and smart classrooms 02 are in class rooms; Wi-Fi or Internet Connection in ClassroomICT Virtual classrooms …0… class rooms out of ……e-learning sources (e-books, Video library, CDs) …15.. (Total numbers)Production of teaching modules …Yes…..Interactive learning facilities ……Yes.48. Internal resource mobilization:Research …Rs. 14.47 Lakhs.Consultancy and training …Nil….Students’ contribution …Rs. 3.8 Lakhs
  • 12. Alumini contribution ……Nil…Well wishers ……Nil ..49. Infrastructure and welfare spending:Amount spent for infrastructure development: Rs. 1.60 LakhsAmount spent for student welfare Rs. 0.20 LakhsAmount spent for staff welfare Rs. 0.10 Lakhs50. Is delegation of authority practiced? Yes51. Does grievance redressal cell exist? YesFaculty …Yes….Students …Yes….Staff …No…52. Grievances received from faculty and resolved? …No grievance received ..53. Number of grievance received from students and resolved? …NIL54. Number of grievance received from other staff members and resolved? … Nogrievance received55. Has the institution conducted any SWOT analysis during the year? …Yes…..56. The SWOT analysis was done by internal or by external agency ……Internal..57. Three identified strengths from SWOT analysis  Interdisciplinary nature of the academic programmes  Research in various field of Experimental Sciences to utilize the facilitiess available in R.R. Centre for Advanced Technology, Dept. of Atomic Energy, Indore and to actively used the facilities of Inter-University Organizations established by UGC, New Delhi.  Innovative courses.58. Three identified weaknesses from SWOT analysis  Actuate shortage of teaching faculty seeing the interdisciplinary nature of the school.  No administrative staff.
  • 13.  Shortage of technicians59. Two identified opportunities from SWOT analysis  Consultancy  Industry-Institute linkages.60. One identified threats from SWOT analysis  Inappropriate no. of teaching faculty