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Renewing CEPT University

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Renewing CEPT University

  1. 1. Renewing CEPT University Focus, Structure, Finances, Pedagogy, Programs, Policies, Infrastructure Governing Body and Board of Management Meeting, June 21 2013
  2. 2. Reimagining and Renewing CEPT University September 2012 to June 2013
  3. 3. GoB and BoM Meeting: September, 2012   Mandate •  Review CEPT U’s: focus, mission, institutional structure, finances, processes, pedagogy, programs, policies and infrastructure •  Plan for rationalizing, consolidating, formalizing and revitalizing •  Implement plans, monitor progress
  4. 4.   Phase 1: September 2012 to February 2013 (5 months) •  Broad based deliberations o  Unstructured discussions with academic staff; randomly selected groups o  Structured deliberations in Executive Council o  Public presentations; review of comments and suggestion; legal review •  Initial implementation o  Institutional, administrative and program restructuring o  Policy and process clarification, rationalization and enforcement o  Facilities upgrading and space use rationalization o  Financial management system improvements
  5. 5. GoB and BoM Meeting: February 2013   Mid-course review, authorization •  Presentation and Discussion o  ‘Reimagining CEPT U’ •  Authorization o  Proceed with proposed restructuring o  Amend CEPT Act in proposed direction
  6. 6.   Phase 2: February 2013 to June 2013 •  Convocation March 2013 o  announcement of restructuring initiatives •  Continued deliberations and detailing of initiatives o  University’s Administrative, Academic, Resource, Services and Campus offices; Faculty Council, Executive Council o  Focus groups and one on one meetings •  Implementation o  o  o  o  Coordinators and staff appointments Institutional, administrative and program restructuring Policy and process clarification, rationalization and enforcement Facilities upgrading and space use rationalization
  7. 7. GoB and BoM Meeting: June 2013 (Today)     Agenda today •  Review and Discussion o  Progress during the last 4 months o  Financial Management System and Budget •  Authorization o  Budget: July 2013 – June 2018
  8. 8. This presentation is about how all of us have been busy reimagining and renewing CEPT University
  9. 9. 1. Rationalizing University Structure
  10. 10. An Executive Council meeting in October 2012
  11. 11. Clarifying Intellectual Domain and Mission
  12. 12. Intellectual Domain CEPT University will focus on Human Habitats •  Understanding •  Designing •  Planning •  Constructing •  Managing
  13. 13. Mission CEPT University will 1.  Educate – build thoughtful, competent professionals/citizens 2.  Research – clarify and deepen understanding of habitats 3.  Advise / Advocate – influence policy and support development Pursue excellence in all three activities
  14. 14. Defining institutional arrangements
  15. 15.  
  16. 16. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  17. 17. Institutional Structure Principles and Objectives   1.  Decentralized organization and decision making 2.  Shared governance and teamwork 3.  Autonomous and specialized functional units 4.  Shared resources and joint provision of services 5.  Well-intertwined academic and administrative responsibilities 6.  Widely distributed responsibility for raising resources 7.  Leadership and management opportunities for younger staff 8.  Well-defined roles, responsibilities, tenures and protocols
  18. 18. Consolidating Faculties
  19. 19. CEPT University Faculties: 1962 – 2012 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
  20. 20. CEPT University Faculties: Focused on 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
  21. 21. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  22. 22. Consolidating Graduate Programs
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. Program Consolidation 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 Head
  25. 25. Program Consolidation 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 Second Foundation Jointly Taught Specialization 1 2 Managed by Subject Chairperson Third Fourth Thesis Jointly Taught 3 4 5
  26. 26. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 Faculties University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  27. 27. Faculty   Program  Level   Faculty  of   Architecture   Undergraduate   Program     (UG=4,  PG=8)   Undergraduate  Program  in  Architecture   Postgraduate   Faculty  Dean   Programme      Co-­‐ordinator   Neelkanth  Chhaya   neelkanthchhaya@cept.ac.in   Vishwanath  Kashi     vkashi@cept.ac.in   9925011750   Jigna  Desai   jigna.desai@cept.ac.in   9825564730   Postgraduate  Program  in  Architecture   Postgraduate  Program  in  Landscape  Architecture   Undergraduate   Postgraduate   Faculty  of   Design   Postgraduate  Program  in  Arts  and  Humanities.  Formerly   under  Faculty  of  Arts  and  Humanities.  (New  admissions   terminated  from  academic  year  2013-­‐14)   Undergraduate  Program  in  Interior  Design   Postgraduate  Program  in  Interior    Architecture  &  Design   Krishna  Shastri   krishnasid2002@yahoo.com     Deepa  Maheshwari   deepamaheshwari@cept.ac.in   9428121116   Sharmila  Sagara   sharmila@cept.ac.in   9879561877   Snehal  Nagarsheth     snehalnagarsheth@cept.ac.in   9825521516   Sanyogita  Manu     sanyogitamanu@cept.ac.in   9099097625   Degree   (UG=4,  PG=12)   Bachelor  of  Architecture   Specialization  /  Major   Master  of  Architecture   Urban  Design   Theory  &  Design   Architecture  &  Settlement  Conservation   Sustainable  Architecture   -­‐   Master  of  Science  in  Conservation   Studies   Master  of  Landscape  Architecture   Master    of  Landscape  Design   Master  of  Arts    (Art,  Design  and   Communication)     Bachelor  of  Interior  Design   Master  of  Interior  Architecture  &  Design   International  Master  of  Interior   Architectural  Design   Faculty  of   Management     Postgraduate   Faculty  of   Planning   Undergraduate   Postgraduate  Program  in  Habitat  Management   Postgraduate  Program  in  Technology  Management.   Formerly  under  Faculty  of  Technology  Management.  (New   admissions  terminated  from  academic  year  2013-­‐14)   Undergraduate  Program  in  Planning     Postgraduate   Postgraduate  Program  in  Planning     Undergraduate     Postgraduate  Program  in  Climate  change  and  sustainable   development.  Formerly  under  Faculty  of  Sustainable   Environment  and  Climate  Change.  (New  admissions   terminated  from  academic  year  2013-­‐14)   Undergraduate  Program  in  Construction  Technology   Postgraduate     Postgraduate  Program  in  Construction  Engineering   Faculty  of   Technology   Postgraduate  Program  in  Engineering  Design     Postgraduate  Program  in  Infrastructure  Engineering  and   Management  (New  admissions  terminated  from  academic   year  2013-­‐14)     Postgraduate  Program  in  Geomatics     -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   History,  Theory  &  Criticism   Craft  &  Technology   Energy  Efficiency   History,  Theory  &  Criticism   Craft  &  Technology   Energy  Efficiency     -­‐   -­‐   Manvita  Baradi   manvita@cept.ac.in   9824092145   Mercy  Samuel   mercy@cept.ac.in   9724306167   Master  of  Habitat  Management   Master  Business  Administration  of   Technology  Management   Darshini  Mahadevia   darshini@cept.ac.in   9879503736   Sejal  Patel     sejal@cept.ac.in   9825029574   Shrawan  Acharya   shrawanacharya@cept.ac.in   9558124066     Bachelor  of  Planning   Minal  Pathak   minal.pathak@cept.ac.in   9898727697   Master  of  Technology  (Climate  change   and  Sustainable  Development)   Reshma  Shah   reshma.cept@gmail.com   9909031003   AnujBawa   anuj.bawa@cept.ac.in   9687695200   Tushar  Bose     tushar.bose@cept.ac.in   9913391435   Bachelor  of  Construction  Technology     -­‐   Master  of  Technology  in  Construction   Engineering  &  Management   -­‐   Master  of  Technology  in  Structural   Engineering  Design     Master  of  Technology  in  Infrastructure   Engineering  Design   -­‐   Anjana  Vyas     anjanavyas@cept.ac.in   9825522844   Master  of  Technology  in  Geomatics   Master  of  Science  in  Geomatics   -­‐   -­‐   Sudhir  Sapre   ssapre@cept.ac.in   9376161038   Master  of  Planning   -­‐   Urban  &  Regional  Planning   Housing   Environmental  Planning   Infrastructure  Planning   Industrial  Area  Planning  &  Management   Urban  Transport  Planning  &  Management   Rural  Planning  &  Management   -­‐   -­‐  
  28. 28. cles ents. ent ep a le. vestigation of the case is over or the police are able to find the owner of the vehicle, they will bout the vehicle in the repository and also inform the management at the parking lot about it. owner identifies the vehicle, it will be handed over to him or her. Department Integrated Information Technology Services (HD-IITS). “If the vehicle has indeed been seized by the city police somewhere, the database will show this immediately. Currently, a person has to wait while police agencies go through the seized vehicles list provided by individual rect sunlight and rain. We have proposed that fuel tanks be emptied for the sake of safety. Likewise, as it will be a centralized facility run under supervision of policemen, incidents of theft of important parts from parked vehicles will also be minimised,” said the official. Saiyed has alleged that the BJP is using government machinery to influence the voters in all the six constituencies. “It is also evident that there is a flagrant violation of code of conduct. Police department is using pressure techniques to win the voters in favour of the ruling party,” he said. TNN Cept’s brand-new architecture of intellect Restructuring Plan Envisages Streamlined Courses And Encouragement Of Holistic Learning Paul John | TNN Ahmedabad: The main objective of the restructuring plan of the Cept University — ratified by the board of management — is to make Cept a system-driven institution. For the first time students will be allowed to choose courses other than the ones they are enrolled in, as elective subjects. Special certificate courses will be offered to students and professionals during summer and winter vacations. These courses will be open to students from anywhere in the country . A policy document says that the restructuring plan aims to make the university self-sufficient, which will help it maintain its autonomy finan, cial independence, and traditions. The plan will also ensure sharing of utilities among faculties, like labs and resources. The plan also fixes the number of teaching hours for fulltime faculty members to ensure that TOI Pogrammes streamlined ll postgraduate programmes conferring the same degree — for example MArch — will be run jointly. As a result, the first semesters of these programmes will have common instruction. Students joining postgraduate programmes will benefit by learning from a larger number of teachers. TNN A CEPT: VISION FOR FUTURE students get the maximum out of the courses. “Cept’s tradition has been to build a cosmopolitan environment and encourage collaborative academic exercises,” says a senior faculty member of the university “The board’s focus . is now is clear on building professionals.” The policy document states that all faculties will function independently as they had earlier, but they will also be handed responsibility of upholding the value of all degrees, diplomas and certificates. For this new administrative offices will be created. Accordingly separate undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programme offices will be set up. These offices will be led by faculty members, and will work with various faculties to define university policies. These faculty members will hold these positions for a period of three years. Calendar reorganized n the upcoming academic calendar I year, besides the two semesters, Cept will have two more four-week teaching sessions. The sessions will be a part of the Cept Summer School and Cept Winter School. Cept intends to open these programmes not only to its own students, but also to students from schools across the country. TNN For managing consultation works of faculties for private and government bodies, the university’s special wing called the ‘Cept University Research and Consulting’ will ensure a system to decide the agendas for the consultation jobs. That system will be put in place by cross-faculty thematic research committees. These committees will guide strategic alliances and collaborations of the Cept faculties with other agencies. ‘Anti-Sikh riots were worse than ’02 violence’ Ahmedabad: He had caught the attention of the nation when he hurled his case of the 2002 riots, the media raised questions and the judiciary took note and set up an SIT which summoned even the state
  29. 29. Revamping Doctoral Programs
  30. 30. Doctoral Program Progress   1.  Program Review and Restructuring Committee •  •  •  Prof. Prem Pangotra Prof. Darshini Mahadevia Prof. K. B. Jain 2.  Existing Program •  •  Rules clarified; stringently applied Students notified of their status; timely completion mandated 3.  Revamped Programs •  •  •  To be housed within faculties; focused on Habitat Studies Will require: coursework and teaching, qualifying exams, high competence Program well-defined; to commence from next year
  31. 31. 2. Integrating the University
  32. 32. Animating University Offices
  33. 33. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  34. 34. University Academic Offices Appointments of Coordinators   1.  Undergraduate Office: Pratyush Shankar 2.  Postgraduate Office: Rajan Rawal 3.  Doctoral Office: K B Jain 4.  Diploma and Certificates Office: Manjiri Akalkotkar 5.  Exchange Programs Office: Meghal Arya Each office allotted dedicated administrative support and budget Well appointed offices provided in the refurbished Cyber Cafe Building
  35. 35. Creating Common Frameworks
  36. 36. Kalpana and Rema’s Timetable Framework Typical%Weekly%Schedule%at%CEPT%Uni.% Monday 083060930 093061030 103061130 113061230 123061330 133061430 143061530 153061630 163061730 173061830 Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Friday Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course UG%&%PG%Studio Free%Slot UG%&%PG%Studio UG%&%PG%Studio%/%Course UG%&%PG%Studio Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course Course E E E Course Course Course Course E E E Free%Slot Saturday Sunday
  37. 37. Anitaben’s Common Calendar CEPT University Calender for Faculty Members,Staff & Students 2013-14 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 30 3 Weeks Meeting -F&D/BOM-GB 10 EC Meeting Jun 2013 17 18 24 25 26 27 Entrance Test-FT-UG 28 29 EntranceTest-FD-UG Interview-FM Entrance Test-FA-MLA/MLD & FP-UG Interviews-FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FA-M.Arch. & FT-M.Sc. Declaration of Results - FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FA-MLA/MLD & FM Declaration of Results-FA-MLA/MLD Declaration of Results-FM 3 4 5 6 Entrance Test-FP Declaration of Results-FT-M.Tech./M.Sc. Last Day -Payment of Fees-FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FP Last Day-Payment of Fees-FM Counselling/Fees - FP/FT/FD-UG 12 13 14 20 21 Entrance Test-FM 1 Entrance Test-FT-M.Tech. 2 Interviews-FD-MIAD/IMIAD/ Last Day for Interviews-FT-M.Tech. Payment of Fees-FA-MLA/MLD Declaration of Results-FD-MIAD/IMIAD 1 7 2 Declaration of Results-FT/FP/FD-UG 8 EC Meeting Last Day-Payment of Fees-FD-MIAD/IMIAD Last Day-Payment of Fees-FT-M.Tech,/M.Sc. 15 Jul 2013 9 Declaration of Results-FP 10 16 11 Last Day-Payment of Fees-FP 17 18 19 Programme Orientation - UG/PG 22 23 Teaching Commences 29 24 25 26 1 2 27 Campus Orientation 22nd - 27th Jul 30 31 3 Registration: Monsoon Semester 28 Last Day for Elective Change 3 4 Mon Session to adjust 1 week 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Tue Session to adjust 1 week 12 Aug 2013 13 14 EC Meeting 19 20 15 16 17 Independence Day 21 22 23 24 Rakshabandan 26 27 18 Wed Session to adjust 1 week 25 Thu Session to adjust 1 week 28 29 30 31 1 Fri Session to adjust 1 week 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mid Semester-Result Announcement 10 EC Meeting 17 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Sep 2013 9 Ganesh Chathurthi/Samvatsari 16 1 2 3 4 Meeting -F&D/BOM-GB Gate Scholarship/ AICTE/CoA/UGC Proposals 7 8 5 6 Navratri Starts 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 Teaching Ends 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Guj New Year Bhai Beej 11 12 EC Meeting 13 14 18 19 20 EC Meeting Oct 2013 Int. Result /Thesis Sub Nov 2013 13 Dushera Diwali 9 16 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 Monsoon /Winter 14 15 Winter School Ends Final Result Announcement 16 10 EC Meeting 17 18 19 20 21 Graduate Award - List UG/PG 24 25 Christmas 1 26 27 28 2 3 7 EC Meeting 14 8 9 10 Uttarayan Uttarayan 21 22 Teaching Commences 31 6 13 20 27 29 Last Day for Elective Change 4 5 11 12 Meeting- BOM-GB 15 16 17 18 19 Convocation 23 24 25 Roots 2014 26 Republic Day 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 Placement Commences 3 10 EC Meeting Mid Semester-Result Announcement 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 EC Meeting 18 Dhuleti 25 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 Teaching Ends 12 13 Int. Result /Thesis Sub Meeting - F&D/BOM-GB 18 19 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 25 26 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 20 27 17 Draft of Brochure 7 EC Meeting 14 Mailing/Uploading 15 16 22 23 of Brochure 21 Registration - Summer School 28 17 Exam and Juries 24 Summer School Commences 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 29 30 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 Spring / Summer 17 18 Summer School Ends Final Result Announcement 19 13 EC Meeting 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 Application Forms Available 5 2 Nata Registration 12 May 2014 7 Registration : Spring Semester 23 Apr 2014 6 22 Winter School Commences Monsoon Semester Results Due Mar 2014 5 Exams and Juries 21 26 9 Feb 2014 4 17 2 Jan 2014 3 Diwali Break 25 Registration - Winter School Dec 2013 2 10 15 1 Nata Test Date 2 9 Spring Semester Results Due 3 4 EC Meeting 16 17
  38. 38. Common Course Typology Course'types'and'credits Course'types'and'credits Sem$duration:$ 17 Course'types'and'credits 16'(teaching)'+'1'(exams)'weeks Course Type Reference Pedogogy Purpose a b c d (1)'To'deliver'substantial'amounts'of'information' Lectures'are'the'primary'mode'of'teaching.''Best'suited'for' to'large'numbers'of'student'(2)'To'provides'a' transferring'information/concepts/theory.''Should'be' Lecture summary'or'synthesis'of'information'from' supplemented'by'frequent'tests'to'verify'whether'concepts' different'sources'(3)To'allows'introduction'of' are'being'understood multiple'concepts (1)'To'deliver'substantial'amounts'of'information' to'a'samll'numbers'of'student'(2)'To'provides'a' Lecture'(small) V'doV summary'or'synthesis'of'information'from' different'sources'(3)To'allows'introduction'of' multiple'concepts (1)'To'facilitate'discussion'on'a'particular'subject' Where'discussion'on'preVassigned'readings'or'on'brief' (2)'expose'students'to'various'points'of'and'(3)'to' Discussion'seminar http://education.exeter.ac.uk/pages.php?id=686 lectures/presentations teach'them'how'to'formulate'and'articulate' arguments (1)'To'equip'the'students'to'read'and'understand' Introduces'the'students'to'the'process'of'critical'enquiry' concepts,''information,'experiments,'field'studies' within'a'specific'field'or'topic'by'way'of'reading'other'works' http://snl.depaul.edu/WebMedia/Peop though'research'papers,'essays,'books,'articles'and' Research'Seminar and'understanding'the'arguments,'forming'coherent' le/ResearchSeminarSyl.pdf other'sources;'(2)'assist'them'to'understand'the' connections,'writing'to'communicate'hypotheses,'supported' arguments/discussion'and'methodology'and'form' by'valid'arguments. connections'with'their' 1)'http://www.cidde.pitt.edu/lecturing',' 2)http://education.exeter.ac.uk/pages.php?id=69 2 Studio Studio'Type'2 Guided'research' (thesis) 1)' http://education.exeter.ac.uk/pages.php?id=685' 2)http://education.exeter.ac.uk/pages.php?id=69 6 (1)'To'encourage'individual'but'active'learning'and' responsibility'(2)To'facilitate'learning'to'work'with' group'dynamics Where'students'are'confronted'by'lifeVlike'situations'and' told'to'define'the'problems'and'to'attempt'solving'them.'' The'faculty'coaches'students'and'provides'them'with' necessary'concepts'and'theories.'' http://fod.msu.edu/oir/studioVteaching Where'students'are'confronted'by'lifeVlike'situations'and' told'to'define'the'problems'and'to'attempt'solving'them.'' The'faculty'coaches'students'and'provides'them'with' necessary'concepts'and'theories.'' (1)'To'encourage'individual'but'active'learning'and' responsibility'(2)To'facilitate'learning'to'work'with' group'dynamics Where'faculty'members'coach'individual'students'on'1)' conducting'research'and'writing'up'the'results,'2)' (1)'To'equips'students'with'vital'research'skills'(2)' undertaking'research'for'a'design'project'and'writing'up'the' To'build'capacity'to'develop'logical'and' results'or,'3)'conducting'research'for'proposing'a' independent'thought'process development'project'and'writing'up'a'grant'proposal. (1)'To'encourage'Interactive'and'handsVon'learning' (2)'To'provide'sufficient'time'for'skill'building;'3)To' develop'practical'reasoning'and'decision'making' skills (1)'To'encourage'Interactive'and'handsVon'learning' Students'are'confronted'with'real'life'problems'and'they'are' (2)'To'provide'sufficient'time'for'skill'building;'3)To' coached'to'evolve'construction/workign'drawings'and/or' develop'practical'reasoning'and'decision'making' prototypes.'''Fusion'of'workshop'and'studio'courses. skills'(4)'Translate'design'interventions'into' executable' Where'faculty'members'coach'students'to'help'them' develop'skills'in'working'with'certain'materials'and' technologies Workshop Design'Workshop Contact' hr/CREDIT Prep' hr/CREDIT Prep' hr/Contact' hr e f g=f÷e h i j k Max.' Student/TA FF/VF l m n NA (1)20%'max'guest'lectures,''(2)'1' Credit'courses'available'for'UG' only'(3)'Practical'constraint'in'SF' ratio'of'space Specific'notes 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1,'2,'3 (1)'Allows'teacher'to'choose'no'of' topics'/'concepts'to'be'covered'in'a' semester'by'selecting'1','2'or'3'credit' course 10 20 0 1.00 1.00 1.00 2,'3 (1)'Allows'limited'topics'but'multiple' viewpoints'(2)'Two'and'Three'credit' offers'instructors'appropriate'time'for' specialised'topics 10 19'(2'cr);' 25'(3'cr) 0 1.00 1.00 1.00 3,'4 (1)'Allows'limited'topics'but'multiple' viewpoints'(2)'Three'and'four'credit' offers'instructors'appropriate'time'for' specialised'topics 10 20'(3'cr);' 25'(4'cr) 0 8 NA 18 1 V'Min'value'for'PG'specialisation' only 8 NA 18 NA Allows'more'inputs'from'external' research'scholars'and' professionals 0 1 NA NA V'One'thesis,'one'guide 8 NA 12 NA 8 NA 12 NA 0 1 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA V'For'undergraduate'programmes' only 1.50 1.00 0.67 1.50 0.75 0.50 0.07 0.07 1.00 2.00 0.50 0.25 2.00 0.50 0.25 0.08 0.25 Makeup'tutorial Designed'for'students'that'have'failed'in'a'lecture' course.'''With'this'course'they'will'makeVup'for'the' OneVtoVone'sessions'with'a'faculty'member'for'hours'equal' shortfall'in'understanding'and'will'be'assessed' to'half'the'credit'of'the'original'lecture'course'(per'week). after'the'end'of'designated'oneVtoVone'sessions'via' a'mode'chosen'by'instructor'(eg,'assignments,'viva,' or'written'exam). 0.50 0.25 0.50 0.0135 0.00 0.00 (1)'To'develop'that'selfVconfidence'of'the'student' (2)'To'expose'students'to'different'types'of'work' and'comprehensive'work'experience'essential'for' the'independent'practice'of'profession Max 2.00 0.33 Where'a'student'apprentices'in'an'office'or'a'site'to' experience'what'it'is'like'to'work'in'a'realVlife'situation. Min 1.00 Where'a'students'selects'a'topic'of'interest,'reads'a'set'of' (1)'To'encourage'students'who'have'demonstrated' books'on'that'topic'and'writes'up'an'annotated' ability'to'learn'independently'(2)'To'explore'topics' bibliography.''The'student'is'guided'in'this'study'by'a'faculty' of'personal'interest'within'research'framework member'who'also'supervises'and'approves'the'bibliography.' 1)' http://www.american.edu/careercenter/Academi cVCreditVGuidelines.cfm' 2)http://careers.usc.edu/docs/handouts/Courses_ for_Internships.pdf Students Rationale (1)'Allows'teacher'to'choose'no'of' topics'/'concepts'to'be'covered'in'a' 1,'2,'3 semester'by'selecting'1','2'or'3'credit' course Independent'study' Internship Possible'credits'on'offer Value (1)'Allows'sufficient'time'for'active' individual'learning'within'group' setting'(2)'Allows'sufficient'time'for' deskVcritique'from'instructor'(3)' 4,'6,'8 Incremental'credits'to'accommodate' requirements'of'UG'and'PG'learning' objectives (1)'Allows'sufficient'time'for'active' individual'learning'within'group' setting'(2)'Allows'sufficient'time'for' deskVcritique'from'instructor'(3)' 4,'6,'8 Incremental'credits'to'accommodate' requirements'of'UG'and'PG'learning' objectives 15 (1)'Effort'required'by'student'is' approximately'30'hours'per'week (1)'Allows'sufficient'time'for'handsVon' learning'(2)'Incremental'credits'to' 1,'2,'3 accommodate'requirements'of'UG'and' PG'learning'objectives (1)'Allows'sufficient'time'for'realizing' design'solutions'and'handsVon'learning' 2,'3,'4 (2)'Allows'for'deisgn'workshops'of' varying'complexity 3 (1)'Independent'work'with'limited' guidance;'(2)'Effort'required'by' student'is'approximately'6'hours'per' week (1)'Allows'students'to'make'up'in'the' 0.5,'1,' failed'lecture'course'without'having' 1.5 the'attend'the'classess'all'over'again. 20 (1)'Learning'to'be'professionals 10 NA 20 (1)20%'max'guest'lectures,''(2)'1' Credit'courses'available'for'UG' only'(3)'Practical'constraint'in'SF' ratio'of'space NA NA NA V'Usually'for'PhD'students'F15 Key: FF=Full-time Faculty; VF=Visiting Faculty; TA=Teaching Assistant General notes 1. The Contact hr/Credit and Prep hr/Credit ratios for Thesis and Internship is per student, therefore while calculating faulty load, multiply with No. of students. 2. To obtain PH/CH, divide column f by e. 3. TA preparation time is assumed to be 50% of Academic Staff. 4. TA pool is all of CEPT. 5. When designing any of the programmes, one must ensure that during any given semester, mandatory course requirements are approximately 15 credits, however for the programme as a whole, these should be 75% of the required credits for the programme. Internship'contact'hour'time'calculation'(per'student) Item Hours Orientation 0.10 Skype'interview 4.00 Final'viva 0.50 Total'CH 4.60 CH/week 0.27 Credits 20.0 CH/cr 0.0135 10.82 check (6'min;'at'start'of'sem) (periodically'over'the'sem) (at'the'end'of'sem) (hours/sem) (hours/sem'divided'by'17)
  39. 39. Common UG Program Framework Undergraduate Programs at CEPT University 3 + 2 Years; non-professional and professional degrees; 30 – 60 students intake Elective Program (Minor), 50 Cr Practice Orientation Skill Development Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 150 Cr Sem.1 Sem. 1 Sem. 2 Sem. 2 First 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
  40. 40. Common PG Program Framework 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
  41. 41. ‘Bhargav’s Calculator’ – for calculating staff requirements
  42. 42. Enabling Registration Across Faculties
  43. 43. Common Courses 2 year, 4 Semester Graduate Programs at CEPT University 20 Credits per Semester First Foundation Second Specialization Third Fourth Thesis
  44. 44. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  45. 45. Pedagogic Philosophy at CEPT U The Student •  Learning is capacity building through exploration •  Students should choose what they want to learn The Setting •  Engaging students with life-like problems is key to training effective and creative professionals •  Equipping students with 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
  46. 46. Compiling a Common Course Catalogue
  47. 47. Pratyush’s Course Catalogue (& Melissa’s)
  48. 48. 1001 - DESIGN STUDIO 1 1002 VISUALIZATION REPRESENTATION 1 AND Credits: 4 1014 – BUILDING MATERIAL Credits: 2 Credits: 2 Type: Studio Type: Theory Type: Workshop Instructor/s: Meghal Arya, Rathin Goghari, Puneet Mehrotra As the first introduction to creative exploration of the built environment, this studio explores the principles of space making. The taught skills of the course include recording the built environment, model making and sketches as tools of expression, the idea of the human body and its measurement, and basic principles of space making. This is done through a series of exercises and short design projects. Instructor/s: Sharad Panchal, Sachin Soni This workshop emphasizes technical drawing as a medium of communication for basic vocabulary in architecture. Students learn to represent different objects through 2D and 3D geometry thereby developing visualization skills. Contents include orthographic projections, surface development, auxiliary projections, axonometric and isometric drawing Instructor/s: Vishwanath Kashikar, Ayaz Pathan This workshop offers an in-depth exploration of building materials through a hands-on approach. Various aspects of building materials like material properties, production processes, skills and tools required for construction, environmental impact, economic considerations, and usage in buildings are explored. The emphasis is on learning by doing as opposed to mere theoretical knowledge of material properties. Faculty: of Architecture Faculty: of Architecture Faculty: of Architecture Program: Undergraduate Architecture Program: Undergraduate Architecture Program: Undergraduate Architecture Pre-requisites: None Pre-requisites: None Pre-requisites: None. Time: 08:30 – 10:30 Time: 10:30 – 13:30 Time: 14:30 – 17:30 Days: Mon, Wed Days: Mon, Thursday Days: Thursday Room No: 302 Room No: 302 Room No: 301 …………………………………………… …………………………………………… ………………………………………… 1013 – URBAN HISTORY 1002 – BASIC DESIGN 1 0113 – FUNDAMENTAL OF STRUCTURES Credits: 2 Credits: 4 Credits: 2 Type: Theory Type: Workshop Type: Theory Instructor/s: Pratyush Shankar Instructor/s: Sachin Soni, Arundhati, Sinali Ratanlal The emphasis of this studio is the development of fundamental visualization abilities, graphical techniques, and expression of the same. This is done in the course through drawing as the fundamental medium of communication, beginning with observation and expression of the built and Instructor/s: V R Shah A course that explores the basic theoretical constructs around the social and morphological ideas of a “City”, using historical and contemporary examples and theories. Cities of South Asia will be described and theorized to help student see the range of attitudes in form and meanings of our cities today. Lecture mode will be followed for delivering the content apart from This lecture course emphasizes the development of a conceptual understanding of the behavior of structure and its application for structural systems. Course content includes basic structural requirements: stability, serviceability, durability, economy, aesthetics; states of stress: tension, compression, bending,
  49. 49. Guidance to Teachers INDICATES IF THE COURSE IS MANDATORY OR ELECTIVE AND THE TYPE OF COURSE COURSE NAME THE PERSON TEACHING THIS COURSE A SHORT INTRODUCTION ON THE COURSE TO KNOW IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE
  50. 50. 3. Boosting Academic Excellence
  51. 51. Reviewing Curriculums
  52. 52. Curriculum Review to Enable Mandatory Load Reduction 2 year, 4 Semester Graduate Programs at CEPT University 20 Credits per Semester First Foundation Second Specialization Third Fourth Thesis
  53. 53. Curriculum Review to enable Program Consolidation 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 Head
  54. 54. Curriculum Review to enable Program Consolidation 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 Second Foundation Jointly Taught Specialization 1 2 Managed by Subject Chairperson Third Fourth Thesis Jointly Taught 3 4 5
  55. 55. Making Curriculums Leaner and More Focused Deans leading the academic reviews   1.  Faculty of Architecture – Prof. Neelkanth Chhaya 2.  Faculty of Planning – Prof. Darshini Mahadevia 3.  Faculty of Technology – Prof. S Sapre 4.  Faculty of Design – Prof. Krishna Shastri 5.  Faculty of Management – Prof. Manvita Baradi
  56. 56. Planning  Educa5on  at  CEPT  University        
  57. 57. Challenges  of  Planning  Educa5on  Now   •  Need   for   building   capaciCes   for   the   upcoming   massive   transformaCon  in  the  country   •  Developing   capaciCes   for   addressing   mulCple   roles   and   re-­‐ strengthening  the  domain  of  planner   •  Balance   between   generalised   planner   and   specialised   planner   (Generalised  skills  go  long  way  while  specialisaCon  field  changes   with  requirements  of  Cme)   •  Balance  of  theory,  skills  and  values     •  CapaciCes   to   learn   from   pracCce   and   modify   pracCce   through   theory   –  pracCce  is  a  relay  from  theory  and  theory  is  a  relay  from  pracCce!   –  InternaConalizing  the  knowledge  (theory)  and  localizing  the  pracCce!  
  58. 58. Planning  EducaCon-­‐Debates   •  Design  versus  policy  (or  both)   •  ‘RaConal’  versus  deliberaCve   •  Master  planning  versus  development   management   •  “one  world”  versus  specific  context   –  Case  of  internaConal  accreditaCon  of  urban   planners  (needs  further  invesCgaCon)   •  Generalist  vs  Specialist     62  
  59. 59. Visioning  &   Problem   Iden5fica5on  /   Policy  making   Planner   Feed  back   Evalua5on   Impact  studies     -­‐ regulators   -­‐ pracCConers   -­‐ knowledge  generators   -­‐ Social  advocates   Implementa5on   -­‐  ParCcipaCon   -­‐  ExecuCon   -­‐  Monitoring   Plan-­‐making   -­‐  SpaCal  /  infrastructre   -­‐  Environmental   -­‐  Financial  /  Economic   -­‐  LegisltaCve   raCficaCon   -­‐  Project   Competences   •  Value  and  paradigm   •  Imagining/   envisioning  future   •  Problem   idenCficaCon   •  Understanding  cost-­‐ benefits  balance  as   distributor  of   resources   •  Decision-­‐making   •  NegoCaCons  and   animaCng  local   processes   •  EvaluaCon  
  60. 60. DistribuCon  of  credits  across  4  sems     Course  1   Course  2   Course  3   Course  4   Course  5   Sem  1   HTP   Eco   Credits   Winter     Sem  2   Credits   Summer   Sem  3   Credits   Winter     Sem  4   Credits         4   2   QQM   GIS   EC  1   Lab   Total   Credits   SLW  1  (gen)         3   2   2   8   Winter  School   FIN   SC  2   SC  3   EC  2   EC  3   SLW  2  (spl)       3   3   2   2   2   8   Summer  School/  Internship   PSG   SC  3   SC  4   EC  4   EC  5   SLW  3  (spl)     3   2   3   2   2   8   No  Winter  School  for  2nd  year  students  -­‐  Thesis  starts   PPL   EC  6         Thesis   3   2         14              Total     17   13   12   10   38     %     75%   %   25%   21   5     20   5     20   5     19   90       CC   SC   Core  subjects  offered  by  the  faculty,  nochoice  offered  to  the  students   SpecialisaCon  subjects  offered  by  the  faculty,  compulsary  for  students  within  the  specializaCon.   ElecCve  subjects  offered  by  the  faculty,  students  have  choice  to  choose  subjects  from  within  the   EC   faculty  or  from  outside  the  faculty.     TH   Winter  and  summer  school   SLW   Studio/Lab/Thesis   64  
  61. 61. Distribu5on  of  courses   Common   Core   Courses       1.  2.  3.  4.  1.  1.  1.      1.  Core     2.  Specializaiton     3.  Courses  (ANY  FOUR)   4.  5.  SEM  1   Economics  +  People,  culture,  society   History  and  theory  of  planning   Quan5ta5ve  and  qualita5ve  methods   Spa5al  analysis  and  GIS   SEM  2   Public  and  project  finance   SEM  3   Poli5cal  science  and  governance   SEM  4   Professional  ethics  –  planning  prac5ce,  nego5a5ons/media5on,  decision-­‐making   Sp  1  (core  theory  –  contending  school  of  thoughts,  debates/controversies)   SP  2  (sub-­‐field  of  economics)   Sp  3  (tools  and  techniques  –  models  of  analysis,  methods)   Sp  4  (governance,  ins5tu5ons  and  policy)   SP  5  (finance,  appraisal)   Suggested  Elec5ves     (Addi5onal   1.  Communica5on  –  wriaen  (technical)  and  verbal  (nego5a5ons,  delibera5ons)   specializa5on   2.  Planning  prac5ce,  program/project  evalua5on,  par5cipatory  methods,   courses  could  be   3.  …  Any  other  additonal  courses  from  the  specializa5on   added  here)   LAB  /  Thesis   Labs  /  Thesis  
  62. 62. Postgraduate Program in Planning at CEPT University 2 Year, 4 Semesters; Masters in Planning (specialization); 100 student intake Elective Program (Minor), 20 Cr Foundation Mandatory Program (Major), 60 Cr Subject Specialization Municipal Ward/Area Plan a) Economics + people, culture, society b) History and theory of planning c) Planning Methods (including GIS) First 1/2 courses Studio: Courses: Practice Orientation Studio: Courses: Development Plan for a Small Town a) Finance b) Specialization Course 1 c) Specialization Course 2 Second 2/3 courses Studio: Courses: Development Plan for a City-Region a) Governance b) Specialization Course 3 c) Specialization Course 4 Third 2/3 courses Course: Policy analysis report Professional practice Planning project report Research report Advocacy plan M Plan 1 / 2 courses
  63. 63. Instituting Student Feedback
  64. 64. Minal’s Student Feedback System Student  Feedback  System  at   CEPT  University  (under  development)   ObjecCves:     •  To  enrich  the  student’s  learning  experience  by   –  Enhancing  the  quality  of  courses   –  Improving  the  performance  of  faculty  members   •  To  assist  in  the  professional  development  of  the   academic  staff  members        
  65. 65. EvaluaCon  Criteria  (under  development)   Instructor   Non-­‐studio   Course   Studio  Course   OrganizaCon  and   Clarity   OrganizaCon  of   course     EffecCve  problem   Solving   Ability  to  Engage   and  Challenge   students   Content  Coverage   CreaCve  thinking   InteracCon  with   students   SupporCng   Materials   Developing   Interpersonal  skills   CommunicaCon  of   Concepts   Assignments  and     EvaluaCon   Regular  and  Cmely   inputs  
  66. 66. Student  Feedback  System  at  CEPT  University     (under  development)   Step  1   CollecCng   Feedback     EvaluaCon  on  select   criteria   Ten-­‐point  scale   From  students  and   external  experts   Step  2   Analysis   and   Summary   Step  3   ReporCng   results   Summarize  into   mean  scores  for   communicaCon   For  help  in  self-­‐ assessment  of   academic  staff   Step  4   Self-­‐Assessment   of  AS  &  further   acCon   Change  in  course   structure  if  required   Academic  staff  to  take   acCon  on  areas  that   need  improvement  
  67. 67. Sample  Student  Feedback  Form   Course  name   Semester,  year   Instructor(s)   name   Offered  by  faculty  of   Course  type   Core  or  elecCve?   (Rating 1=poor, 10=excellent) •  •  •  •  •  •  Criteria The  course  achieved  its  stated  objec5ves. Ra5ng   The  course  was  well  organised  (eg,  logical  sequencing  of  sessions,   organized  topics  in  a  coherent  fashion).   The  course  content  was  valuable  and  worth  learning.   The  course  material  (eg  lecture  notes/presenta5ons,  reading   material,  etc)  were  helpful. The  assignment  helped  to  beaer  understand  and  consolidate   understanding. All  things  considered,  please  rate  the  course   Comments on the strengths of the Course and how can these be improved Comments on the weaknesses of the course and how can these be improved?      
  68. 68. Sample  Feedback  Form  (External  Examiner)   CEPT  UNIVERSITY   Studio  Performance  Review   (to  be  filled  by  the  External  Reviewer)   CEPT  University  strives   to  enhance   the   quality   of   teaching   and   learning   imparted   to  the   students.     To   take  forward  its  constant  evaluation  of   academic  staff  and  its  explorations  of  mechanisms  for  improving   such  effectiveness,  evaluation  by  external  reviewer  will  be  a  critical  input.   Your  feedback  as  an  expert   practitioner   is   extremely   valuable.   We   assure   you   that   this   process   is   strictly   confidential.   If   for   any   reason  you  are  unable  to  complete  this  form,  we  encourage  you  to  contact  us  by  phone  or  in  person.     Feedback  for  Studio   Your  name:                                                                                                                                                                           Studio  Title:                                                                                                                                                                             Faculty  :                                                                                                                                                                             Review  Date:                                                                                                                                                                             Mark  on  a  scale  of  1(strongly  disagree)  to  10  (strongly  agree)     Overall  rating     1     Dimension   Score   Conceptual  clarity       Technical  proficiency     Innovation     Overall  impression  of  the     studio     Any  other  comments  to  structure  the  studio  better:     2   3   4     5   6   7   8   9   10  
  69. 69. Ensuring a Cosmopolitan Student Body
  70. 70. 4. Expanding Scope and Reach of the University
  71. 71. Commencement of a Masters in Habitat Management
  72. 72. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  73. 73. Masters in Habitat Management Designing a new program   1.  Mercy Samuel - finance 2.  Manvita Baradi – municipal management and urban planning 3.  Sunil Handa – management and entrepreneurship 4.  Gayatri Doctor – information technology 5.  Shreekant Iyengar - economics
  74. 74. Advertising for Students!
  75. 75. Establishing the Winter and Summer Schools
  76. 76. Winter and Summer Schools CEPT University Calender for Faculty Members,Staff & Students 2013-14 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 30 3 Weeks Meeting -F&D/BOM-GB 10 EC Meeting Jun 2013 17 18 24 25 26 27 Entrance Test-FT-UG 28 29 EntranceTest-FD-UG Interview-FM Entrance Test-FA-MLA/MLD & FP-UG Interviews-FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FA-M.Arch. & FT-M.Sc. Declaration of Results - FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FA-MLA/MLD & FM Declaration of Results-FA-MLA/MLD Declaration of Results-FM 3 4 5 6 Entrance Test-FP Declaration of Results-FT-M.Tech./M.Sc. Last Day -Payment of Fees-FA-M.Arch. Interviews-FP Last Day-Payment of Fees-FM Counselling/Fees - FP/FT/FD-UG 12 13 14 20 21 Entrance Test-FM 1 Entrance Test-FT-M.Tech. 2 Interviews-FD-MIAD/IMIAD/ Last Day for Interviews-FT-M.Tech. Payment of Fees-FA-MLA/MLD Declaration of Results-FD-MIAD/IMIAD 1 7 2 Declaration of Results-FT/FP/FD-UG 8 EC Meeting Last Day-Payment of Fees-FD-MIAD/IMIAD Last Day-Payment of Fees-FT-M.Tech,/M.Sc. 15 Jul 2013 9 Declaration of Results-FP 10 16 11 Last Day-Payment of Fees-FP 17 18 19 Programme Orientation - UG/PG 22 23 Teaching Commences 29 24 25 26 1 2 27 Campus Orientation 22nd - 27th Jul 30 31 3 Registration: Monsoon Semester 28 Last Day for Elective Change 3 4 Mon Session to adjust 1 week 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Tue Session to adjust 1 week 12 Aug 2013 13 14 EC Meeting 19 20 15 16 17 Independence Day 21 22 23 24 Rakshabandan 26 27 18 Wed Session to adjust 1 week 25 Thu Session to adjust 1 week 28 29 30 31 1 Fri Session to adjust 1 week 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mid Semester-Result Announcement 10 EC Meeting 17 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Sep 2013 9 Ganesh Chathurthi/Samvatsari 16 1 2 3 4 Meeting -F&D/BOM-GB Gate Scholarship/ AICTE/CoA/UGC Proposals 7 8 5 6 Navratri Starts 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 Teaching Ends 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Guj New Year Bhai Beej 11 12 EC Meeting 13 14 18 19 20 EC Meeting Oct 2013 Int. Result /Thesis Sub Nov 2013 13 Dushera Diwali 9 16 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 Monsoon /Winter 14 15 Winter School Ends Final Result Announcement 16 10 EC Meeting 17 18 19 20 21 Graduate Award - List UG/PG 24 25 Christmas 1 26 27 2 3 7 EC Meeting 14 8 9 10 Uttarayan Uttarayan 21 22 31 6 13 20 28 27 29 Last Day for Elective Change 4 5 11 12 Meeting- BOM-GB 15 16 17 18 19 Convocation 23 24 25 Roots 2014 26 Republic Day 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 Placement Commences 3 10 EC Meeting Mid Semester-Result Announcement 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 EC Meeting 18 Dhuleti 25 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 Teaching Ends 12 13 Int. Result /Thesis Sub Meeting - F&D/BOM-GB 18 19 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 25 26 1 2 3 4 Winter  School   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 20 27 17 Draft of Brochure 7 EC Meeting 14 Mailing/Uploading 15 16 22 23 of Brochure 21 Registration - Summer School 28 17 Exam and Juries 24 Summer School Commences 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 29 30 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 Spring / Summer 17 18 Summer School Ends Final Result Announcement 19 13 EC Meeting 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 Application Forms Available 5 2 Nata Registration 12 May 2014 7 Registration : Spring Semester 23 Teaching Commences Apr 2014 6 22 Winter School Commences Monsoon Semester Results Due Mar 2014 5 Exams and Juries 21 26 9 Feb 2014 4 17 2 Jan 2014 3 Diwali Break 25 Registration - Winter School Dec 2013 2 10 15 1 Nata Test Date 9 Spring Semester Results Due 3 4 EC Meeting 16 17 Summer  School  
  77. 77. Meghal and Manjiri’s Call for Courses WHAT  IS  SUMMER  /  WINTER  SCHOOL?*   The  Summer  and  Winter  school  is  consCtuted  at  CEPT  as  an  independent  module  of   learning,  apart  from  the  regular  17  weeks  semesters.   It  consCtutes  short  term  courses  from  2  to  4  weeks     The  courses  cover  a  wide  range  of  subjects  and  domains  including  fine  arts  like  sculpture,   installaCons  to  the  humaniCes  and  history  to  construcCon  and  design   The  courses  are  open  to  CEPT  student  body  as  well  as  students  from  across  India  and   abroad     INTENTION   The  summer  winter  school  idea  rests  on  the  experimental  and  innovaCve  teaching  history   of  the  university.   It  is  consCtuted  to  provide  opportunity  to  the  University  community  to  experiment  and   innovate  in  the  teaching  learning  experiences.   Gives  an  opportunity  for  interacCon  amongst  students  and  teachers  coming  from  diverse   learning  and  cultural  backgrounds.     *  The  following  pages  are  for  academic  credit  courses  and  not  for  those  being  designed  for  professional  development  
  78. 78. 5. Clarifying Staff Policies
  79. 79. Animating the Academic Staff Office
  80. 80. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  81. 81. Academic Staff Office Appointments   1.  Coordinator: Bhargav Adhvaryu 2.  Academic Staff Regulations: Manjiri Akalkotkar 3.  Academic Staff Appraisals: Minal Pathak 4.  Legal and HR: Shantilal Chauhan Dedicated administrative support and budget Well appointed offices provided in the refurbished Cyber Cafe Building
  82. 82. Consolidating Staff Records
  83. 83. Specifying Clear Academic Staff Policies
  84. 84. Academic  Staff  Office   Who  are  academic  staff  at  CEPT?   CEPT  Academic  Staff   Full-­‐5me   Regular   Part-­‐5me   (all  on  contract)   Contract   Teaching   support   Teaching   Adjunct   faculty   (1–2  yr)   Visi5ng   faculty   (per  term)   Teaching   assistant     (per  course)   Teaching  fellow (per  course)   Note:  TA/F  can  do  mul2ple   courses  subject  to  maximum  caps   (10  h/week  for  full-­‐fee  students   and  20h/week  for  half-­‐fee   students)  
  85. 85. Workload  Distribu5on   The average academic faculty workload is 1920 hours in an academic year. CATERGORY Teaching  Load   (Contact  &   PreparaCon  hours,   Office  hours  for   students) InsCtuConal   Responsibility Research  &   Academic  staff   development Total 05/07/13   PERCENT 55% HOURS REMARK 1056 To  be  averaged  over   three  consecuCve   academic  years 20% 384 25% 480 100% To  be  averaged  over   three  consecuCve   academic  years To  be  averaged  over   three  consecuCve   academic  years 1920 Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments   95  
  86. 86. Standard  Work  week     The  nominal  full-­‐Cme  workweek  is  40  hours  of  work.    It  is  expectaCon  of  the   University  that  the  FTAS  is  present  the  University  campus  during  the  workweek.           FTAS  shall  work  Standard  Work  week  during  the  first  year  of  service  at  the  University.     PERIODS   START  TIME   MONDAY   1   08:30       2   09:30       3   10:30   4   11:30   5   12:30   6   13:30   7   studio   TUESDAY   WEDNESDAY   THURSDAY               SUNDAY           meeCngs       SATURDAY       studio       studio   studio           14:30       Lecture                   8   15:30   9   16:30       10   17:30               office  hour   meeCngs       05/07/13   FRIDAY                       Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments       96  
  87. 87. Example  of  Flex  Work  Plan:  Type  A  =  45  Weeks  /  Year     Flex  Work  Plan  where  FTAS  works  45  hours  per  week  for  38  weeks  and  30  hours  per   week  for  7  weeks  with  weekly  significant  Presence  of  70%  on  Campus.   Academic  Terms  =  17+4+17  =  38  weeks   45  hours  per  week     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10     MON   TUES   WED   THUR   FRI   08:30                   meeCngs       09:30               10:30   studio   studio   studio   11:30   studio       12:30       13:30                       14:30   Lecture       15:30       16:30           17:30               Workweek   Contact  Hr   MeeCng   Slots   Significant   Presence   05/07/13       office   meeCngs       hour                   HR   45   17       38%   6   13%   32   70%   AdministraCve  =  7  weeks   30  hours  per  week   SAT       1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10       Workweek   Contact  Hr   MeeCng   Slots   Significant   Presence   SUN       08:30   09:30   10:30   11:30   12:30   13:30   14:30   15:30   16:30   17:30   MON                                           Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments   TUES       meeCngs                                                                   HR   30   0       0%   6   20%   21   70%   WED   THUR                               meeCngs                   FRI   SAT   SUN                               97  
  88. 88. Monsoon  Term   Weekly contact hours are 17 PERIODS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MONDAY TUESDAY WED THURSDAY FRIDAY studio studio SATURDAY SUNDAY studio meetings studio office hour office hour Lecture meetings HR Avg Workweek 40 Contact Hr 17 43% Meeting Slots Significant Presence (Flexible Work Week) 6 15% 28 70% 05/07/13   Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments   98  
  89. 89. Holidays / Leave of Absence Study/ Academic Leave Full  Cme  academic  staff  5  years  of  conCnuous  service  and  who  has  completed  probaCon  may   avail  maximum  one  year  of  leave.    This  leave  may  be  for  higher  studies  or  professional   development  or  scholarship.    Max  period  :  One  year  /  Paid  with  considera5on  to  outside   remunera5on     Sabbatical Leave Full  Cme  academic  staff  who  has  completed  7  years  of  service  as  full  Cme  Academic  staff   member  may  be  granted  sabbaCcal  leave  to  undertake  study  or  research  or  other  academic   pursuit  solely  for  the  object  of  increasing  his/her  proficiency  and  usefulness  to  the  university   and  higher  educaCon  system.  Max  period  :  Two  year  /  Paid     05/07/13   Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments   99  
  90. 90. Number of Permissible Days for Consulting and Other outside Professional Activities     The maximum number of consulting days permissible = 52 days during the Academic calendar. One consulting day equivalent to 10 consulting hours* *This is not based on the principle of accounting but on subjective understanding that an average hour worked per day in the professional practice. 05/07/13   Restricted  CirculaCon    for  Comments   100  
  91. 91. Manjiri’s Rules Policy on Policy on Conditions of Service for full time Academic Staff CEPT  University  seeks  to  auract,  retain  and  nurture   individuals  who  possess  the  personal  qualiCes  that  enable   them  to  be  effecCve  academic  and  contributors  to  the  CEPT   University’s  academic  programs  &  research  goals.        
  92. 92. Specifying Consulting and Conflict of Interest Policy
  93. 93. Manjiri’s Rules Policy on Consulting and Other outside Professional Activities The purpose of this policy is to provide policies and guidance on consulting and other outside professional activities during the employment at the University and to meet University policies and practices. This policy establishes limits on the amount of time that may be spent on outside consulting activities by CEPT faculty, and describes procedures for implementing this policy.
  94. 94. Manjiri’s Rules Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Interest The purpose of this policy is to provide policies and guidance on Conflict of Commitment and Interest during the employment at the University and to meet University policies and practices. This policy establishes and describes procedures for implementing this policy
  95. 95. Instituting Staff Appointment Procedures
  96. 96. Deans Search and Selection Committee for Dean, Faculty of Planning   1.  Prof. Krishna Shastri, Dean of FD, CEPT U 2.  Prof. Neelkanth Chhaya, Dean FA, CEPT U 3.  Mr. Barjor Mehta, Lead Urban Specialist, World Bank, New Delhi 4.  Mr. V. K. Phatak, Chief Urban Planner (retd.), MMRDA 5.  Dr. Bimal Patel, President, CEPT U
  97. 97. Deans Search and Selection Committee for Dean, Faculty of Management   1.  Prof. Krishna Shastri, Dean of FD, CEPT U 2.  Prof. S. Sapre, Dean of FT, CEPT U 3.  Mr. Sunil Handa, Chairman, Eklavya Education Foundation 4.  Mr. S. Dangayach, Managing Director, Sintex Industries 5.  Dr. Bimal Patel, President, CEPT U
  98. 98. 6. Improving the Library
  99. 99. Animating the Library Services Office
  100. 100. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  101. 101. Library Services Appointments   1.  Director: Saket Saraf 2.  Librarian: Tejaswini Joshi Review and partial modernization underway: completion by July 15th Expansion and refurbishment costing Rs. 25 lacs to commence during the monsoon semester
  102. 102. th  of    July   Targets  for  15 Library  Automa5on  Package  Implementa5on(Koha)                                    1.25  lakhs   User  Benefits:  Intelligent  search;  link  to  external  databases  (Google  books,  amazon  for   resource  preview);  individual  user  accounts  with  borrowing  history  and  automaCc   reminders;  tagging   Opera5onal  Benefits:  Beuer  management  of  circulaCon,  catalogue,  acquisiCons,  serials,   reserves,  patron  management   Crea5ng  an  Informa5ve,  Invi5ng  and  Inspiring  Environment                    0.50  lakh   Informa5ve:  Signage  (bookshelves,  Library  layout),  Brochures,  User  guide,  Posters,  Curated   display  of  library  resources,  Website  upgrade,  Handouts,  etc.  to  communicaCng  the  enCre   spectrum  of  resources  and  services  available   Invi5ng:  Help  desk,  Front  area  displays,  Personal  belonging  storage  space   Inspiring:  Display  of  publicaCons  by/on  Faculty,  Staff  and  Alumni           Improved  Reprographic  Services  to  Members  and  Visitors                        1.5  lakhs   Streamlining  Systems  and  Policies                    
  103. 103. 7. Improving IT Infrastructure
  104. 104. Animating the IT Services Office
  105. 105. Programs V.  Kashikar       J.  Desai       D.  Maheshwari   Faculties UGA 2 PGA 3 PGLA 4 University Administrative Offices University Academic Offices Dean: N. Chhaya Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 1 R.  Shah       A.  Bawa       T.  Bose       A.  Vyas   S.  Nagarsheth       S.  Manu       M.  Samuel       UGP 6 PGP 7 UGCT 9 PGCE 10 PGED 11 PGG 12 UGID 14 PG IAD 15 PG HM 17 FP FT Dean: S. Sapre Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 8 Exec. Asst: 18 Registrar: A. Hiranandani 19 Accounts CFO: N. Jhaveri 20 Academic Staff Office Coordinator: B .Adhvaryu 21 FD Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 13 FM Dean: M. Baradi Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 16 CEPT   University   OrganizaCon   Structure   ver.  10  –  14th  June,  2013     CEPT University Governing Body Chairman: S Lalbhai Board of Management Undergraduate Office Coordinator: P. Shankar 22 Dean: K. Shastri Director: S. Saraf Coordinator: T. Joshi 27 President’s Office Dean: D. Mahadevia Faculty Council Academic Committees Program Coordinators Subject Chairpersons Boards of Studies 5 CRDF CEPT Library Services FA Administration S.  Patel       S.  Acharya       C.  N.  Ray   University Resources University Services University Campus Office President: B Patel Executive Council Task Forces CEPT Workshops Director: W. D Souza Coordinator: 28 Thematic Research Group CEPT Labs Director: Coordinator: B. Tewar 29 CEPT Archives Director: K. Kalyanwala Coordinator: 30 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator CEPT IT Services Director: S. Singh Coordiantor: G. Doctor 31 CEPT Student Services Director: U. Desai Coordinator:R. Bhagat 32 Graduate Office Coordinator:N. Khadpekar 33 Doctoral Office CEPT Career & Alumni Services CEPT Research and Development Foundation Board of Directors Coordinator: K. Jain 24 Diploma / Certificate Office CEPT University Press Coordinator: M. Akalkotkar 25 Director: Coordinator: 35 Exchange Programs Office CEPT Campus Office Coordinator: M. Arya 26 Director: Coordinator: 36 Advisory Board Coordinator Thematic Research Group Director: Director: S. Patel Coordinator: 34 Thematic Research Group Director: S. Trivedi CEPT Outreach Services Coordinator: R. Rawal 23 Thematic Research Group Thematic Research Group Advisory Board Coordinator Advisory Board Coordinator
  106. 106. Library Services Appointments   1.  Director: Shaishav Singh 2.  Coordinator: Gayatri Doctor 3.  IT Manager: Ajay Pijwala 4.  Mail Administrator: Swati Goyal Review and modernization of systems underway Office and Server Room being relocated and refurbished
  107. 107. Upgrading and Adding IT Infrastructure
  108. 108. Upgrading IT Infrastructure Strategy   1.  Define procurement and deployment policy – for students/staff 2.  Revamp backbone infrastructure 3.  Use unutilized bandwidth; improve wi-fi on campus 4.  Consolidate servers and data storage 5.  Audit and rationalize software use; move towards full compliance 6.  Retire aging assets 7.  Create and Share facilities
  109. 109. Current  Projects   Project  Descrip5on   Status   Cost   Upgrade  Firewall    (required  for   upgrading  wifi  network)   Completed   Rs.  6  lacs   Develop  new  admission  sowware  for  FP,   FT  &  FD’s  UG  Programs   Completed   Rs.  2  lacs     Survey,  design,  procure  and  install  wifi,   copper  and  fiber  network   CompleCon  by  22nd  July   Rs.  30  lacs   Shiw  server  room  locaCon;    install  servers   CompleCon  by  30th  June   and  central  storage   Rs.  19  lacs   Implement  acCve  directory  services  and   manage  rights  and  privileges  of  student   and  staff   Nil     CompleCon  by  15th  July  
  110. 110. 8. Improving Career Services
  111. 111. Animating the Career Services Office

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