1. Institutional Data
(Data may be captured from IIQA)
|1. Name of the Institution||INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT, KOLKATA|
|Name of the head of the Institution||Prof. (Dr.) Satyajit Chakrabarti|
|Does the Institution function from own campus||
Yes, 3 Campus
1. Gurukul Campus
2. Management House campus
3. Ashram Building campus
|Phone no/Alternate Phone no.||03323572969/9433310775|
|Registered e-mail ID (Principal)||[email protected]|
|Address||Salt Lake, Sector v, Electronics Campus.|
|Autonomous Status (provide the date of conferment of Autonomy: )||12/02/2019|
|Link for the above statement:||https://drive.google.com/file/d/15kCwY5fm_QDpDYLJH1Y1_VJQ0kv8iszL/view?usp=share_link|
|Type of Institution||Co-education|
|Financial Status||Self Financed|
|Name of the IQAC Coordinator||Prof. (Dr.) Arun Kumar Bar & Prof. (Dr.) Sanghamitra Poddar|
|Alternative Phone Number||919433310775|
|IQAC e-mail address||[email protected]|
3. Website address:
|Web-link of the AQAR: (Previous Academic Year)|
|4. Was the Academic Calendar prepared for that year?||Yes|
|If yes, whether it is uploaded in institutional website Weblink||https://iem.edu.in/academic-calendar/|
5. Accreditation Details:
|Cycle||Grade||CGPA||Year of Accreditation||Validity|
|Period From||Period To|
NAAC Accerediation Extension link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZiyX-GpOaC7kkFtbsJcBvKE10oabukxM/view?usp=share_link
6. Date of Establishment of IQAC: 30-Apr-2015
|7. Provide the list of Special Status conferred by Central and/or State Government on the Institution/Department/Faculty/School (UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMR/TEQIP/World Bank/CPE of UGC, etc.)?|
|Scheme||Funding Agency||Year of award with duration||Amount (in Lakhs)|
|Prof. Amartya Mukherjee, Prof. Ayan Kumar Panja||Research Project||Ericsson India Global Services Private Limited||2021||63.72|
link for above document: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wct4TQXNsVhOdSq6m-fD2eg2wT2W_EPU/view?usp=sharing
|8. Provide details regarding the composition of the IQAC||Upload the latest notification regarding the composition of the IQAC by the HEI
|9. No. of IQAC meetings held during the year||4|
Were the minutes of IQAC meeting(s) and compliance to the decisions uploaded on the institutional website?
(If No, please upload the minutes of the meeting(s) and Action Taken Report.)
|10.Did IQAC receive funding from any funding agency to support its activities during the year?||Yes|
|If yes, mention the amount:|
|11. Significant contributions made by IQAC during the current year (maximum five bullets)|
*More number of MoUs are signed with Industries & Universities
*Tri-Mentoring is done through the IEMCONNECT program.
*Conducting Academic Audits.
*Few Policies were reformed.
|12.Plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the Academic year towards Quality Enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the Academic year|
Plan of Action
|1. Significantly increase the number of publications and patents by organizing seminars,FDP and workshop on Research Methodology, how to write good research papers, ways to apply for patents etc.||1. Reimbursement of conference and journal publication costs was given to all faculty members to motivate for quality publication. Number of flagship conferences organized by the institute increased significantly.|
|2. Formulation of startup policies to promote a culture of entrepreneurship amongst students.||2. Significant increase in the number of registered startups opened by students thereby boosting the job market.|
|3. Conducting Green Audit to promote energy and an eco-friendly lifestyle within the campus and improving on the existing similar facilities.||3. Significant power consumption reduction due to the implementation of solar cells, LED, and sensor-based lights.|
|4. To ensure geed health of faculty and staff of the institute by providing nutritious food.||4. Free vegetarian lunch is served to all faculty and staff members in the cafeteria on every working day throughout the year..|
|5. Modification of the teaching and learning process.||
5. Question bank is prepared for every subject strictly following Bloom’s taxonomy which is mapped with Course Outcome.
5 days FDP has been organized for all faculty members to learn the right way to frame questions as per Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Transparent mechanism for attendance and internal marks has been developed through implementation of IEMCRP.
Successful implementation of attainment of course outcomes has been ensured for every course
|6. Feedback analysis from various stakeholders||6. IQAC has been periodically involved in obtaining & analyzing the feedback from various stakeholders like students, guardians, employers and alumni members. IQAC ensures the implementation of the feedback are done with immediate effect.|
|13. Was the AQAR was placed before a statutory body?||Yes|
Name of Statutory Body
Date of meeting(s)
Board of Governors
|14. Whether institutional data submitted to AISHE?||Yes|
Date of Submission
IEM has a holistic multidisciplinary curriculum with a vision to equip the students with an overall knowledge on allied fields apart from their core subjects.
Humanities, Science and Mathematics are an integral part of the engineering courses in the Institute. For every B.Tech. Course subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Biology, Environmental Science are taught in their 1st four semesters.
Course structure to be given….
Credit based course on Environmental education is a part of the curriculum. Projects on community engagement and social service are undertaken by students every semester. For example, Distribution of necessary accessories to orphanages and old age homes, blood donation camps, educating women on health and hygiene etc. The completion of the projects are credited as a part of their Mandatory Additional Requirement (MAR) points.
As per the present curriculum structure B.Tech. Students take admission in 1st year and in 2nd year (lateral entry)and finally complete the course at the end of 4th year. The Institution is yet to plan the flexible structure of entry and exist at the end of 1st, 2nd or 3rd year.
The institute has a research cell named IEM Innovation Council where B.Tech, M.Tech. as well as Ph.D students are involved under the supervision of faculties in making models and finding solutions to the pressing issues and challenges of society. Some of the work has also been filed for patents.
The Institute organizes many interdisciplinary international conferences every year to promote a blending of different disciplines leading to the exchange of research ideas and knowledge on topics of overlapping domains. Some of the conferences are International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research in Technology and Management (IRTM) , International conference on Chemical and Environmental Science(ICCAES) etc.
To promote the internationalization of education the Institution has initiated the Study Abroad Programme in the National University of Singapore for Engineering and Management Students. The Institution has also signed an MOU with St. Louis University for faculty and student exchange program. IEM further plans to have programs with joint degrees between Indian and Foreign institutions.
IEM being an autonomous institute the curriculum is continuously upgraded to make the students employable as per the requirement of industry and higher educational institutions. Faculties also have the autonomy to frame the syllabus within the given framework and get it approved by competent authorities. IEM has improvised pedagogy by creating its own platform of video lectures called IEM learning. Besides this, the use of Google classroom to give lecture notes and assignments has further enhanced teaching and learning besides the regular chalk and board method or PowerPoint presentation.
The Institute is offering a basket of elective papers for each B.Tech., MBA, BBA, BCA courses and the students have the flexibility to choose the subjects as per requirement. This is a preliminary initiative taken by the Institute to fulfill the bigger goal of implementing the Academic bank of credits.
The institution’s skill development efforts resonate with that of National Skill Development Corporation evident through its enrichment of curriculum, electives, add-on courses etc.
The Institute organizes various model-making competitions and exhibitions (Smart maker festival), workshops, and live projects with industry collaboration for the students on a regular basis to encourage vocational education. External experts guide the students in the same during tri-mentoring sessions.
The soft skill development program is an integral part of every student’s curriculum. Besides English Learning and Teaching Skills (ICLETS) Conference is organized by the Institute where student participation is witnessed in large numbers every year.
Essential Skill Development and the Constitution of India are mandatory courses, which are compulsory for all students to get constitutional and citizenship values. Values and Ethics course is made mandatory for all to have ethical values inculcated. Different social programs are organized in collaboration with Kolkata Nivedita Shakti and various NSS activities are organized by student chapters and clubs to imbibe the holistic human values needed for the overall character development of an individual. Mandatory Yoga class is organized for all students to assimilate the values needed to live a peaceful life.
Industry and Foreign Certification course is mandatory for all students where they have to score a minimum of 15 credit points to get their final degree.
Foreign Lecture series and Industry lecture series are organized for all students on a weekly basis through the IEMCONNECT program.
An MoU has been signed by the Institute with Coursera and EDX to give all students free licenses to pursue an endless number of courses in a given time period as per their liking for skill development through online mode.
culture, using online course)
A seminar on “India towards 100:How must higher education play a transformation role?”, for celebrating the 75 years of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, was organized to promote how Indian culture is the fundamental of today’s teaching and learning system
Modification of assessment methods have been implemented by taking online quizzes at the end of each month by IEMCRP platform.This helps to get an idea about the student’s understanding of the subject.
6.Distance education / Online education
Foreign language courses are offered by the Institute in physical mode. The possibility of Online/ Distance vocational courses may be planned by the Institute in future.
Online education through lectures in IEM learning platform, You tube lectures by faculties are there in addition to regular physical classes to encourage learning in blended mode. Students are directed to do MOOCs courses in NPTEL, SWAYAM platform and are awarded B.Tech. degree with honors for completing 20 credits of these courses. The institute has a MOU with Coursera which facilitates the students to do several online courses from reputed institutes all around the world free of cost.
Number of seats earmarked for reserved categories as per GOI/State Government during the year:2022
Total number of classrooms and seminar halls: 75
Total number of computers on campus for academic purposes: 2252
Total expenditure, excluding salary, during the year (INR in Lakhs): Year:2022
Expenditure: 96 lakhs