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Reimagining CEPT University

  1. 1. Reimagining CEPT University Focus, Structure, Finances, Pedagogy, Programs, Policies, Infrastructure
  2. 2. Reimagining CEPT University?
  3. 3. Reimagining and Renewing the University   Mandate of Governing Body and Board of Management •  Review focus, mission, institutional structure, finances, processes, pedagogy, programs, policies and infrastructure •  Draw up plans for restructuring, consolidation, reorientation and revitalization, where necessary •  Implement plans and monitor progress •  Obtain appropriate accreditation
  4. 4. Reimagining and Renewing the University   Progress thus far •  Broad based, internal and external deliberative exercise o  Unstructured discussions; randomly selected groups o  Structured deliberations in Executive Council o  Public presentations; review of comments and suggestion; legal review •  Implementation underway o  Restructuring of institutional, administrative and program arrangements o  Establishment of effective financial management system o  Clarification, rationalization, specification and enforcement of academic and administrative policies and processes o  Upgrading of infrastructure and rationalization of space use
  5. 5. Reimagining and Renewing the University   Agenda today •  Review the recommendations/proposals emerging from the ‘Reimagining CEPT U’ exercise •  Provide comments, suggestions and guidance •  Authorize formulation of specific amendments to the CEPT University Act to effect the proposed restructuring •  Authorize further work on amending the CEPT University Act
  6. 6. 1962 – 2012 Faculties, Students, Staff, Programs, Activities and Structure
  7. 7. CEPT University Founded as the School of Architecture in 1962 Center for Environmental Planning and Technology established in 1972 Incorporated as CEPT University in 2005   o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Faculty of Architecture Faculty of Planning Faculty of Technology Faculty of Design Faculty of Technology Management Faculty for Doctoral Studies Faculty of Sustainable Environment & Climate Change Studies Faculty for Arts and Humanities Faculty for Rural and Development Studies Faculty for Infrastructure Systems Faculty of Geomatics & Space Applications Faculty for Landscape Studies
  8. 8. People Students o  o  o  o  757 766 141 169 Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Doctoral Students Distance Learning + Short term Faculty Members o  91 Full-time Faculty Members o  213 Visiting & Adjunct Faculty Members Staff o  69 Full-time Administrative and Accounts Staff o  44 Full-time Support Staff
  9. 9. Programs Undergraduate Programs – 4 Bachelors in Architecture | Bachelors in Technology in Civil Construction | Bachelors in Planning | Bachelors in Interior Design Graduate Programs - 20 Masters in Architecture (Urban Design) | Masters in Architecture (Theory & Design) | Masters in Architecture (Architecture & Settlement Conservation) | Masters in Sustainable Architecture | Masters in Landscape Architecture | Masters in Planning (Urban and Regional Planning) | Masters in Planning (Environmental Planning) | Masters in Planning (Housing) | Masters in Planning (Infrastructure Planning) | Masters in Planning (Industrial Area Planning and Management) | Masters in Planning (Urban Transport Planning and Management) | (Rural Planning and Management) | Masters in Technology (Construction and Project Management) | Masters in Technology (Structural Design) | Masters in Interior Design | Masters in Technology (Infrastructure Engineering & Management) | Masters in Business Administration (Technology Management) | Masters in Art, Design & Communication | Masters in Geomatics | Masters in Climate Change & Sustainable Development
  10. 10. Programs Doctoral Program – 1 Architecture | Planning | Engineering | Management | Design | Social Sciences | Humanities E - Learning and Short Term Programs – Over 25 Climate Change & Urban Environment | Energy Management & Renewable Energy Systems | Urban Infrastructure Planning | City Wide Sanitation Planning | Environment and Sustainable Development | Environmental Impact Assessment | Environmental Planning & Management | Water Resources Planning and Management | Urban Planning | Land & Real Estate Development Micro Finance and Housing | Housing for Urban Poor | Site & Project Management | Project Risk Management | Construction Safety Management | Contract Management | Management of Dispute Resolution | Engineering Economics | Rural Planning | Financial Management | Highway Construction Technology | Climate Change: Mitigation & Adaption Strategies | Urban Waste Management | Materials and Supply Chain Management for Construction Industry | Disaster Management | Diploma in Construction Technology & Management | Various Soft Skill Courses …. Joint Programs – 5 Tolani Institute | Vastushilp Foundation | BVM | Nirma Institute | St. Xavier’s College
  11. 11. Centers Research, Teaching, and Consulting Centre for Advanced Research in Building Science & Energy (CARBSE) | Centre for Excellence in Urban Transport (COE) | Centre for Industrial Area Planning & Management (CIAPM) | Centre for Urban Equity (CUE) | Centre for Communication and Holistic Development | Centre for Training and Development | Climate Change Adaptation Resource Centre | Center for Rural Studies | Center for Development Economics and Public Policy (CDEPP) | Centre for Conservation Studies | Design Innovation and Craft Resource Centre (DICRC) | Centre for Sustainable Studies (CSC) | Centre for Ecology Bio-Diversity and Development | Centre for ICT in Education and Research | Centre for Education and Research in Photography | Centre for Management of Construction Projects (CMCP) | Centre for Water Resources Planning & Management (CWRPM) | Centre for Geospatial Science, Technology and Space Research | Centre for Excellence in Green Energy and Environment (CoEEE) | Centre for Excellence Infrastructure (CoEI)
  12. 12. International Links Exchange Programs   Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland | Delft University, The Netherlands | University of Calgary, Canada | Academy of Fine Arts & Design, Slovakia | Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava | Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna | Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem | Winterthur, Switzerland | Bartlett School of Design, London | Washington University, Seattle, USA | University of Michigan, USA | Helsinki University of Technology, Finland | The Pennsylvania University, USA | Renesselear Polytechnic Institute of Technology, USA | University of Texas at Dallas, USA | Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany | ITC , Netherlands | Cambridge University, England | Reading University, UK
  13. 13. Consulting and Contract Research Range of Services   Architectural Design | Structural Design | Urban Design | Project Management | Development Plans | Contract Research | Surveys | Policy Advise | Training Programs | Infrastructure Design | Mapping | Feasibility Studies | Mobility Plans | Transportation Studies | Curriculum Design | Program Support | Applied Research | Building Regulations | Environmental Impact Assessments | Energy Audits | Damage Assessments | Land Valuation | Art Installations | Graphic Design | Interior Design | Furniture Design | Crafts Documentation | Event Design
  14. 14.  
  15. 15. Institution Structure, Administrative Arrangements   •  Many untested and unworkable arrangements •  Unworkable distribution of managerial and oversight responsibilities •  Processes, protocols and roles not always well-specified •  Underpinned by outmoded vision of academic administration, financial management and program delivery •  Unworkable arrangements for managing extensive consulting and contract research assignments
  16. 16. 1962 – 2012 Traditions, Sources of Strength
  17. 17. A Liberal Environment
  18. 18. A Cosmopolitan Environment
  19. 19. A Collaborative of Academics and Professionals
  20. 20. Autonomy and Self Regulation
  21. 21. Secure with being Indian
  22. 22. Welcoming to the World
  23. 23. Focus on Building Professionals
  24. 24. Reimagining CEPT University Focus, Structure, Finances, Pedagogy, Programs, Policies, Infrastructure
  25. 25. CEPT University’s intellectual domain and mission
  26. 26. Intellectual Domain CEPT University will focus on human habitats •  Understanding •  Designing •  Planning •  Constructing •  Managing
  27. 27. Mission CEPT University will 1.  Educate – build thoughtful, competent professionals and citizens 2.  Undertake research - clarify and deepen understanding of how we design, plan, build and manage habitats 3.  Undertake advisory and advocacy engagements – influence policy and support inclusive and sustainable development CEPT university will pursue excellence in all three activities
  28. 28. CEPT University’s Institutional Arrangements
  29. 29. CEPT Library Services Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Administration CEPT IT Services Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Accounts Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Advisory Board CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Academic Staff Office Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Undergraduate Office Graduate Office Faculty Council CEPT University Governing Body Board of Management Executive Council CEPT Student Services CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Doctoral Office Diploma / Certificate Office Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Director Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Advisory Board
  30. 30. Faculties at CEPT University
  31. 31. CEPT Library Services Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Administration CEPT IT Services Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Accounts Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Advisory Board CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Academic Staff Office Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Undergraduate Office Graduate Office Faculty Council CEPT University Governing Body Board of Management Executive Council CEPT Student Services CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Doctoral Office Diploma / Certificate Office Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Director Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Advisory Board
  32. 32. Focus and Faculties Understanding, designing, planning, constructing and managing human habitats   1.  Faculty of Architecture – design for the private realm 2.  Faculty of Planning – planning and policymaking for the public realm 3.  Faculty of Technology – building habitats and infrastructure 4.  Faculty of Design – interiors, crafts, products, systems 5.  Faculty of Management – managing design, construction, operations
  33. 33. What is a Faculty? A group of academics and practitioner •  Focused on teaching and research in a distinct discipline/practice •  Divergent in their views but fundamentally committed to maintaining an inclusive and plural environment •  Engaged in debate - for sharpening their ideas; for providing students with a wide range of positions •  Committed to upholding high academic and ethical standards - rigor in teaching, student work and examinations
  34. 34. What do Faculties do? How do they operate? •  Responsible for all teaching programs and research activities •  Responsible for upholding the value of undergraduate/graduate/ doctoral degrees, diplomas and certificates •  Governed by their Faculty Councils; guided by their Board of Studies •  Led by Deans •  non-partisan academic leaders committed to shared governance •  selected by a five member search/selection committee •  three year tenures extendable by two years; maximum of two discontinuous three year tenures •  Supported by Faculty Secretariats •  Supported and overseen by University’s Administrative and Academic Offices
  35. 35. Academic and Administrative Offices at CEPT University
  36. 36. CEPT Library Services Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Administration CEPT IT Services Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Accounts Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Advisory Board CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Academic Staff Office Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Undergraduate Office Graduate Office Faculty Council CEPT University Governing Body Board of Management Executive Council CEPT Student Services CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Doctoral Office Diploma / Certificate Office Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Director Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Advisory Board
  37. 37. University Administrative Offices University Administration Office •  •  Responsible for administering the University and managing university level facilities and services Led by the Registrar University Accounts Office •  •  Responsible for financial management of the University Led by the Chief Financial Officer Academic Staff Office •  •  •  Responsible for faculty recruitment, appraisals and service rules Led by the Faculty Affairs Coordinator – a full-time staff member; selected by the President in consultation with Deans; to serve for a tenure of three years
  38. 38. University Academic Offices Undergraduate Programs Office •  •  Responsible for supporting, synergizing and overseeing all undergraduate programs* Led by the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator; selected by President in consultation with Deans; three years tenure Graduate Programs Office •  •  Responsible for supporting, synergizing and overseeing undergraduate programs* Led by the Graduate Programs Coordinator; selected by President in consultation with Deans; three years tenure Doctoral Programs Office •  •  Responsible for supporting, synergizing and overseeing undergraduate programs* Led by the Doctoral Programs Coordinator; selected by President in consultation with Deans; three years tenure * admissions, program structures, financial planning, examinations, accreditation…
  39. 39. University Academic Offices Diploma and Certificate Program Office •  •  Responsible for supporting, synergizing and overseeing diploma/certificate programs Led by the Diploma and Certificate Programs Coordinator; selected by President in consultation with Deans; three year tenure Exchange Programs Office •  •  Responsible for supporting, synergizing and overseeing exchange programs Led by the Exchange Programs Coordinator; selected by President in consultation with Deans; three year tenure *admissions, program structures, financial planning, examinations, accreditation…
  40. 40. CEPT University Resources and Services
  41. 41. CEPT Library Services Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Administration CEPT IT Services Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Accounts Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Advisory Board CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Academic Staff Office Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Undergraduate Office Graduate Office Faculty Council CEPT University Governing Body Board of Management Executive Council CEPT Student Services CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Doctoral Office Diploma / Certificate Office Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Director Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Advisory Board
  42. 42. University Resources Centrally Managed Facilities and Services •  CEPT Library •  CEPT Workshops •  CEPT Labs •  CEPT IT Services •  CEPT Archives •  CEPT Student Services •  CEPT Outreach Services •  CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services •  CEPT Campus Maintenance and Development Services •  CEPT University Press
  43. 43. Research and Consulting at CEPT University
  44. 44. CEPT Library Services Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Administration CEPT IT Services Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Accounts Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Advisory Board CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Academic Staff Office Faculty Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Undergraduate Office Graduate Office Faculty Council CEPT University Governing Body Board of Management Executive Council CEPT Student Services CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services Academic Committees Boards of Studies Faculty Doctoral Office Diploma / Certificate Office Faculty Council Academic Committees Boards of Studies Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Director Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Advisory Board
  45. 45. A Special Purpose Research and Consulting Division CEPT University Research and Consulting (CURC) •  To better manage research and consulting activities o  Section 25 Company o  managed by full time professional Director •  Cross faculty thematic research groups o  e.g. ‘Energy and Habitats Group’; ‘Conservation and Habitats Group’… o  Internally generated research agendas to guide strategic alliances and collaborations o  University to provide seed funding for research activities •  Policy for consulting assignments to be reviewed and clarified
  46. 46. Documentation Research
  47. 47. Applied Research
  48. 48. Policy Advisory
  49. 49. Program Support and Management
  50. 50. CEPT University’s Institutional Arrangements
  51. 51. CEPT Library Services Faculty Dean Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons CEPT Workshops Boards of Studies Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Faculty Dean Faculty Council Administration CEPT IT Services Registrar Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Accounts Boards of Studies CFO Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT Archives Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Programs Cer%ficate     Diploma   Undergraduate   Graduate   Doctoral   Faculty Dean Academic Staff Office CEPT University Coordinator Governing Body Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies Dean Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies Faculty Dean Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies Board of Management CEPT University Research & Consulting Board of Directors President Director Chairman Undergraduate Office Coordinator Faculty CEPT Student Services Graduate Office Coordinator Doctoral Office Coordinator Diploma / Certificate Office Coordinator Exchange Programs Office Coordinator Executive Council CEPT Outreach Services CEPT Internship, Placements and Alumni Services CEPT Campus Maintenance & Development Services CEPT University Press Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  52. 52. Faculty Members at CEPT University
  53. 53. Faculty Members - Types •  Practicing professionals and academics will, both, continue to be fundamental to teaching at CEPT U o  Practicing professional - adept at effective decision-making and problem solving o  Academics - with a more questioning and theoretical approach to problem solving •  Academic staff at CEPT University will comprise o  Core Faculty Members: Full-time & Adjunct Faculty Members o  Supporting Faculty members: Visiting Faculty Members; Teaching Assistants •  Responsibilities and privileges of all faculty members will be clearly and formally articulated
  54. 54. Full-time Faculty Members •  Key to bringing academic rigor and theoretical knowledge to the teaching programs at CEPT University •  Key to research activities aimed at improving teaching, refining practice and deepening knowledge •  Required to spend at least 160 hours a month on teaching, research and academic administration on campus •  Required to spend (approximately) 24% time in class, 36% in preparation, 25% in research and 15% on institutional responsibilities •  May engage in limited professional consulting (up to 52 days a year) to support their teaching and research activities; cap on ancillary earning
  55. 55. Adjunct and Visiting Faculty Members •  Key to bringing professional expertise and specialty knowledge to the teaching programs at CEPT University •  Adjunct Faculty Members will be required to make a three to five years long, part-time commitment to teach and/or undertake research at the University •  Adjunct Faculty Members will be considered to be full members of the Faculties and Faculty Councils •  Visiting Faculty Members will engaged through semester-long contracts to undertake part-time teaching at the University
  56. 56. Teaching Assistants/Associates •  Will be drawn from the pool of graduate and doctoral students at the university •  Will support full-time, adjunct and visiting faculty members in their teaching activities •  Engaged through semester or year long contracts
  57. 57. CEPT University’s Finances
  58. 58. Income and Expenditure – Present Magnitudes Income Fees Grants Other Consulting & Contracted Research (CCR) Total Rs. Cr 14.0 4.5 0.5 1.9 Expenditure Salaries Overheads - Education Overheads - University Overheads - CCR Surplus 20.9 Total Rs. Cr 13.0 2.5 3.5 1.2 0.7 20.9
  59. 59. Fees and Grants – Present Magnitudes Programs Students Fees Recurring grant Non-recurring grant Corpus interest Total (Rs. Lakhs) BArch 242 0.60 0.65 218 0.60 0.36 0.96 BDes 180 0.60 0.45 1.05 BPlan 120 0.80 0.80 MArch - UD 51 1.60 1.60 MArch - TD 35 1.40 1.40 MArch - CS 10 1.20 1.20 MArch - SA 40 1.40 Grand Total (Rs. Cr) 1.25 BTech Sub-total (Rs. Cr) 1.40 MLA/MLD 8.0 50 1.60 1.60 118 1.60 1.60 MPlan - RPM 34 1.40 1.40 MPlan - IAPM 35 1.20 MPlan - IP 36 1.20 MPlan - UTPM 30 1.20 MTech - CPM 56 1.30 1.30 MTech - SD 44 1.30 1.30 MTech - IEM 43 1.30 1.30 MIAD 36 1.40 1.40 MBA - TM 61 1.60 1.60 MBA - IM 16 1.00 1.00 MA - DC 25 1.40 1.40 MGSA 28 1.20 1.20 MTech - GIS 10 1.20 1.20 MTech - CC 30 1.30 1.30 12.3 141 0.22 0.22 0.3 MPlan - URP/HSG/EP PHD * 2009-2014 † 2009-2013 1.25 * 2.45 1.20 2.85 † 4.05 20.6
  60. 60. Academic Staff Salaries – Present Magnitudes Faculty Range Average Professor 9.6 – 17.7 14.7 Associate Professor 7.4 – 14.8 12.5 Assistant Professor 4.8 – 7.1 6.1
  61. 61. Facilities, Corpus & Endowments – Present Magnitudes •  Campus o  Present campus: 3.46 ha o  Allocation: 7.38 ha •  Buildings o  Approximate enclosed teaching area: 11000 M2 •  Corpus and Endowments o  Corpus: Rs. 1 crore o  G N Tambe Endowment: Rs. 8 lacs
  62. 62. Financial Strategy: Self Reliance and Sustainability •  CEPT University aims to be a fully self-financed institution •  The primary source of revenues will be program fees o  Fees should pay for all operational expenses o  Fees should generate modest surpluses o  Surpluses should be used to enhance teaching quality and capacities •  Summer and Winter School programs to be expanded to create new but synergistic income streams •  Donations, grants and surpluses from consulting will not be relied upon to meet operational expenses o  These will augment faculty salaries and contribute to upgrading facilities o  They will help build CEPT University’s Corpus
  63. 63. Better Financial Management •  Better financial management to be enabled by o  Specific allocation of financial management responsibilities at University, Faculty and Program levels o  An effective Management Information System to promote transparency o  Adoption of formal forward planning and budgeting o  Strict enforcement of account and audit rules •  Linking performance and resource allocation o  Resource allocation to depend on level of student registrations o  Faculties to retain significant portion of surpluses generated by them
  64. 64. CEPT University’s Pedagogic Philosophy
  65. 65. Pedagogic Philosophy The Student •  Learning is capacity building through exploration •  It is very important that students choose what they want to learn The Setting •  Engaging students in life-like problem solving situations is key to training effective and creative professionals •  Equipping them with wide range of concepts and critical thinking skills is key to training thoughtful professionals The Teacher •  To teach is to support students in their quest •  To teach is to coach students on how best to achieve their goals
  66. 66. Letting Students Choose
  67. 67. Letting Students Choose
  68. 68. Letting Students Choose
  69. 69. Engaging Students in Problem Solving
  70. 70. Engaging Students in Problem Solving
  71. 71. Innovative but Rooted Teaching as Support and Coaching
  72. 72. Restructuring Teaching Programs at CEPT University
  73. 73. Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
  74. 74. Graduate and Undergraduate Programs 1.  Consolidation o  all graduate programs awarding the same degree to be combined o  students to opt for specializations after joining the program 2.  Expanding Choices o  graduate and undergraduate programs to mandate only three quarters of credits o  students will be free to use a quarter of the credits in any of the Faculties 3.  Better equipping students with practice skills o  students to be able to choose a practice orientation of their choice in the final semester/s
  75. 75. Graduate Programs at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Identical Professional Degree (specialization); approx. 20 student intake per program Program 1 Program Head First Second Third Fourth Program 2 Program Head Program 3 Program Head Program 4 Program Head Program 5 Program H
  76. 76. Graduate Programs at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Identical Professional Degree (specialization); approx. 100 student intake per program Program 1/2/3/4/5 Program Coordinator and Subject Chairpersons First Second Third Fourth
  77. 77. Graduate Programs at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Identical Professional Degree (specialization); approx. 20 student intake per program Single Program Managed by Program Coordinator First Foundation Jointly Taught Second Specialization 1 Managed by Subject Chairperson Third Fourth Thesis Jointly Taught 2 3 4 5
  78. 78. Graduate Programs at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Identical Professional Degree (specialization); approx. 20 student intake per program Single Program First Foundation Second Specialization Third Fourth Thesis Mandatory Program Elective Program
  79. 79. Graduate Programs at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Professional Degree (specialization); 80 to 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Subject Specialization Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr First Specialization 1; Specialization 2; Specialization 3 ….. Practice Orientation Specialization 1; Specialization 2; Specialization 3 ….. Second Third Practice Orientation 1 Practice Orientation 2 Practice Orientation 3 Practice Orientation 4 Fourth Professional Degree
  80. 80. Graduate Program in Planning at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Planning (specialization); 80 – 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) First 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Practice Orientation Subject Specialization Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Land-Use; Transportation; Environmental Planning; Housing; Infrastructure; Community Development; ….. Second 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Land-Use; Transportation; Environmental Planning; Housing; Infrastructure; Community Development; ….. Third 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Fourth 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Statutory: Policy Analysis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Planning: Planning Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Academic: Research Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Advocacy: Grant Proposal (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) M Plan
  81. 81. Undergraduate Programs at CEPT University 3 + 2 Years; non-professional and professional degrees; 30 – 60 students intake Elective Program (Minor), 50 Cr Sem.1 Practice Orientation Sem. 1 Sem. 2 Sem. 2 First Skill Development Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 150 Cr Second Third Non-professional degree in specialization Fourth Internship Practice Orientation 1 Practice Orientation 1 Practice Orientation 2 Practice Orientation 2 Practice Orientation 3 Practice Orientation 3 Fifth Professional degree in specialization
  82. 82. Undergraduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 3 + 2 Years Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Architecture Elective Program (Minor), 50 Cr Practice Orientation Skill Development Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 150 Cr Sem.1 Sem. 1 Sem. 2 Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) First Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Second Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (8 cr) Internship (20 cr) Studio (10 cr) Courses (5 cr) Studio (12 cr); Courses (3 cr) Design Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); His/Theo (8 cr) Research Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); Soc. Sc. (8 cr) Grant Proposal (15 cr) Sem. 2 Third BA (Arch) Fourth Fifth B Arch
  83. 83. Undergraduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 3 + 2 Years Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Architecture Elective Program (Minor), 50 Cr Practice Orientation Skill Development Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 150 Cr Sem.1 Sem. 1 Sem. 2 Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) First Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Second Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (8 cr) Internship (20 cr) Studio (10 cr) Courses (5 cr) Studio (12 cr); Courses (3 cr) Design Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); His/Theo (8 cr) Research Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); Soc. Sc. (8 cr) Grant Proposal (15 cr) Sem. 2 Third BA (Arch) Fourth Fifth B Arch
  84. 84. Undergraduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 3 + 2 Years Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Architecture Elective Program (Minor), 50 Cr Practice Orientation Skill Development Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 150 Cr Sem.1 Sem. 1 Sem. 2 Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) First Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Second Studio (8 cr) Courses (7 cr) Studio (8 cr) Courses (8 cr) Internship (20 cr) Studio (10 cr) Courses (5 cr) Studio (12 cr); Courses (3 cr) Design Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); His/Theo (8 cr) Research Thesis (15 cr) Studio (7 cr); Soc. Sc. (8 cr) Grant Proposal (15 cr) Sem. 2 Third BA (Arch) Fourth Fifth B Arch
  85. 85. Graduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Planning (specialization); 80 – 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) First 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Practice Orientation Subject Specialization Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Second 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Third 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Fourth 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Design: Design Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Academic: Research Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Advocacy: Grant Proposal (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) M Arch
  86. 86. Graduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Planning (specialization); 80 – 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) First 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Practice Orientation Subject Specialization Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Second 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Third 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Fourth 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Design: Design Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Academic: Research Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Advocacy: Grant Proposal (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) M Arch
  87. 87. Doctoral Programs
  88. 88. Doctoral Programs •  Present Doctoral Program under review by a specially appointed committee •  Reformulated program will be a residential program with stringent competence tests at appropriate levels •  Programs to be housed in and managed by faculties •  Programs to be overseen by the University’s Doctoral Office
  89. 89. Diploma and Certificate Programs
  90. 90. Diploma and Certificate Programs •  Review and rationalization of all diploma and certificate programs •  Focus on capacity building programs – vocational training to executive development programs •  Capacity building programs to help expand CEPT University’s revenues •  They will help develop teaching materials that can be used in undergraduate and graduate teaching programs
  91. 91. Exchange Programs
  92. 92. Exchange Programs •  Exchange programs will be comprehensively reviewed •  The geographical spread of its exchange programs is being expanded to include South-East Asia, China and the US •  Exchange programs will focus more on building pedagogic and research capacities at CEPT University
  93. 93. Winter and Summer School Programs
  94. 94. CEPT University Calender 2013 - 14 CEPT U Calendar 2013-14 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Jun 2013 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 Wait List Ann. 19 13 14 20 21 26 27 28 2 3 4 9 Ramzan 16 10 11 17 18 23 24 25 24 Admissions  2  weeks   1 2 PGP Entrance Exams and Interviews 8 9 Merit List Ann. Payment of Fees 16 Jul 15 2013 Registration - Diwali Semester 22 23 17 18 Teaching Commences 24 25 29 30 31 1 5 6 7 8 Adm Close 12 13 14 21 26 20 Rakshabandan 27 30 31 1 3 28 Janmashtami 4 29 2 5 6 7 8 9 Ganesh Chauth 16 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Diwali  Semester,  16  weeks   Aug 2013 19 Sep 2013 15 Ind. Day 22 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Oct 2013 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 5 Bhai Beej 12 6 7 8 9 3 Diwali 10 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 Winter School Commences 27 28 22 23 24 26 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 13 14 Winter School Ends 20 21 25 Christmas 1 26 27 Teaching Commences 2 3 28 29 4 5 4 Guj New Year 11 Nov Exams and Juries 2013 18 Registration 25 Winter  School,  4  weeks   17 Dec 16 2013 23 24 Registration - Holi Semester 30 31 15 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Uttarayan 21 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Jan 2014 20 25 Roots 2014 1 26 2 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Feb 2014 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 18 Dhuleti 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 18 19 Teaching Ends 15 16 22 23 24 Summer School Commences 30 1 25 26 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 Apr Exams and Juries 2014 21 Registration 28 17 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 29 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 Wait List Ann. 18 12 13 19 20 25 26 16 22 24 15 15 17 14 8 10 13 1 9 11 12 18 May 2014 19 16 17 Summer School Ends 23 24 9 10 11 12 8 4 5 2 27 1 2 3 Jun 16 2014 23 Admissions  2  weeks   4 27 29 26 Summer  School,  4  weeks   3 20 Mar 2014 Exams  and  Juries,  1  week   2 22 6 Holi  Semester,  16  weeks   1 17 Teaching Ends Exams  and  Juries,  1  week   Weeks 30 1 PGP Entrance Exams and Interviews 7 8 Merit List Ann. Payment of Fees 14 15 Registration Jul 2014 21 22 16 17 Teaching Commences 23 24 4 25 1 2
  95. 95. Ensuring academic excellence at CEPT University
  96. 96. By Fostering Cooperation •  A number of presently separate graduate programs will be consolidated •  These consolidated programs will be cooperatively managed; key graduate-level foundation courses will be cooperatively taught •  Many foundation level undergraduate courses, which are mandatory requirements in multiple faculties and presently taught separately will be consolidated and hosted by one faculty •  Research centers in the CEPT University Collaborative will foster joint work research projects
  97. 97. By Promoting Competition •  Continuance of programs/majors will depend primarily on levels of student registrations •  Faculties budgets will depend directly on the number of students (from other faculties) registered with them •  Research grants will be allocated only through competitive selection procedures
  98. 98. By Seeking and Providing Feedback •  Student feedback will provide key inputs for course and faculty appraisals •  Faculties and programs will systematically seek international accreditation •  Alumni inputs will be actively sought
  99. 99. CEPT University Infrastructure
  100. 100. NILPA Building Faculty of G.I.S. Faculty of Arts & Humanities CEPT Campus M.G. Science Building
  101. 101. TOTAL AREA= 4.66 Ha Area under Existing Centers= 1.2 Ha Area under CEPT University= 3.46 Ha
  102. 102. TOTAL AREA= 5.96 Ha Area under Existing Centers= 1.2 Ha Area under CEPT University= 4.76 Ha
  103. 103. TOTAL AREA= 8.58 Ha Area under Existing Centers= 1.2 Ha Area under CEPT University= 7.38 Ha
  104. 104. Improving and Expanding Infrastructure •  A master-plan for better use of existing facilities, consistent with the emerging picture of the University, is being developed •  Incremental upgrading of furniture and facilities is underway •  Space is being added by accessing existing buildings •  Major new additions will follow strengthening of financial situation
  105. 105. Thank You
  106. 106. Graduate Program in Planning at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Planning (specialization); 80 – 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) First 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Practice Orientation Subject Specialization Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Land-Use; Transportation; Environmental Planning; Housing; Infrastructure; Community Development; ….. Second 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Land-Use; Transportation; Environmental Planning; Housing; Infrastructure; Community Development; ….. Third 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Fourth 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Statutory: Policy Analysis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Planning: Planning Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Academic: Research Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Advocacy: Grant Proposal (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) M Plan
  107. 107. Graduate Program in Architecture at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Architecture (specialization); 80 – 120 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) First 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Practice Orientation Subject Specialization Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Second 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Studio (9 cr); 3 Courses (2 cr) Architectural Design; Urban Design; Conservation; Sustainability; History & Theory….. Third 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Fourth 2/3 courses (2/3 cr) Design: Design Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Academic: Research Thesis (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) Advocacy: Grant Proposal (12 cr); ½ Courses (2/3 cr) M Arch
  108. 108. Typical salary ranges Faculty Range Average Professor 9.6 – 17.7 14.7 Associate Professor 7.4 – 14.8 12.5 Assistant Professor 4.8 – 7.1 6.1
  109. 109. CEPT University Calender 2013 - 14 CEPT U Calendar 2013-14 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Jun 2013 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 Wait List Ann. 19 13 14 20 21 26 27 28 2 3 4 9 Ramzan 16 10 11 17 18 23 24 25 24 Admissions  2  weeks   1 2 PGP Entrance Exams and Interviews 8 9 Merit List Ann. Payment of Fees 16 Jul 15 2013 Registration - Diwali Semester 22 23 17 18 Teaching Commences 24 25 29 30 31 1 5 6 7 8 Adm Close 12 13 14 21 26 20 Rakshabandan 27 30 31 1 3 28 Janmashtami 4 29 2 5 6 7 8 9 Ganesh Chauth 16 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Diwali  Semester,  16  weeks   Aug 2013 19 Sep 2013 15 Ind. Day 22 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Oct 2013 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 5 Bhai Beej 12 6 7 8 9 3 Diwali 10 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 Winter School Commences 27 28 22 23 24 26 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 13 14 Winter School Ends 20 21 25 Christmas 1 26 27 Teaching Commences 2 3 28 29 4 5 4 Guj New Year 11 Nov Exams and Juries 2013 18 Registration 25 Winter  School,  4  weeks   17 Dec 16 2013 23 24 Registration - Holi Semester 30 31 15 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Uttarayan 21 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Jan 2014 20 25 Roots 2014 1 26 2 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Feb 2014 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 18 Dhuleti 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 18 19 Teaching Ends 15 16 22 23 24 Summer School Commences 30 1 25 26 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 Apr Exams and Juries 2014 21 Registration 28 17 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 29 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 Wait List Ann. 18 12 13 19 20 25 26 16 22 24 15 15 17 14 8 10 13 1 9 11 12 18 May 2014 19 16 17 Summer School Ends 23 24 9 10 11 12 8 4 5 2 27 1 2 3 Jun 16 2014 23 Admissions  2  weeks   4 27 29 26 Summer  School,  4  weeks   3 20 Mar 2014 Exams  and  Juries,  1  week   2 22 6 Holi  Semester,  16  weeks   1 17 Teaching Ends Exams  and  Juries,  1  week   Weeks 30 1 PGP Entrance Exams and Interviews 7 8 Merit List Ann. Payment of Fees 14 15 Registration Jul 2014 21 22 16 17 Teaching Commences 23 24 4 25 1 2

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