Annual Quality Assurance Report(AQAR) - 2021-2022

Metric No.
2.3. Teaching- Learning Process



Student-centric methods such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem-solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experiences:

Right from the commencement of the session mentor-mentee list is prepared as per the notice issued by the institutional head. All faculty members monitor academic performance and counsel the students regarding their performance, apart from regular teaching through regular mentoring sessions.

Experiential & Participative learning:

●       Visits to different industries are arranged for the students so that they can observe the process taking place in industries (e.g., VECC, NTH, ERTL etc.) which in turn minimize the gap between academia and industry.

●       Students are encouraged to take up industry related projects as their final year project assigned from 2nd year.

●       To give better exposure to industries the college has signed MOUs with different organizations (industry, foreign universities, research institute, students’ chapters, different NGOs’).

●       In regular intervals near about 40 model exhibitions and competitions, different techno-management fests (INNOVACION, SYTRON, SRJAN, SMART Makers’ Fair etc.) are organized to inculcate the culture of experiential and participative learning.

Problem solving methodologies:

●       Project-based learning is mostly used for self-learning to improve the learning ability of students and improve knowledge received during the lecture. So, mini projects (for all the labs in the curriculum per semester) are mandatory in addition to their regular lab assignments.

●       To enhance practical problem-solving ability, special training programs are organized every week as Skill Development for Professional (SDP), Essential Studies for Professional (ESP), General studies, GATE classes are included in the routine.

●       Almost 10 different Olympiads are organized annually to promote problem solving skill-sets of students.

Link for Experiential learning & Participative learning:

●       Link of the Industry Visits:

●        Link of the MOU with different organization (Industry, Universities, research institute, students chapters):

●       Student participating in various model making competition :

●       Notice for mentor allocation for the academic year 2021-22:–VjqNDSs2FEPGz3oxJwqwTlTn/edit?usp=share_link&ouid=106040888050805601057&rtpof=true&sd=true

●       Names of members for Tri mentoring:

Mentor Mentee Allocation (Sample):

●       Details of Skill Development for Professionals (SDP), Essential Studies for Professional (ESP), General studies for competitive exams:

●      ESP/SDP/GATE Routine:

2nd Year

3rd Year



Teachers use ICT-enabled tools including online resources for effective teaching and learning:

Institute provides the following Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities:

1. Internet (2.4 GBPS)

2. Classrooms: 76 ICT enabled classrooms.

3. LCD Projectors available: 150

4. Desktop and Laptops: 2146

5. Seminar Rooms: 10

6. Printers (office + departments) for all three campuses more than 100 available in HOD cabins, faculty rooms and all administrative offices.

7. Online classes through Zoom, Google Meet, Go to webinar, Microsoft Team, Google Classroom.

8. Virtual labs using LTSpice, Vesta, Logisim, Weka, R, Anaconda, Matlab etc are used to conduct labs through simulations.

9. Digital Library resources are also available. Details given below:

Journal: SAGE Publication & Serial publication

E journals: IEEE Digital Library (ASPP)-190, Delnet (online), J Gate- 29,306 , Web of Science, EBSCO (Business Source Elite), Springer-222, Scopus, Proquest, NDL.

Library Software: LSEase, KOHA

IEM-LEARNING: 125 no. of courses.

Coursera, NPTEL, EdX, EduSkills

Links for the relevant documents:

Computer Bills

Computer Accessories Bills

Internet bills

IEM-Learning Links:

Digital Library


Link of the MOU with different organization (Eduskill, EDX etc.):
























Ratio of students to mentor for academic and other related issues: Number of mentors: 389

             Number of students assigned to each Mentor: 13

Number of mentors389

Mentor : Mentee [(Faculty+Alumni+Industry): Students]


Link of relevant documents:

Link for year-wise number of students enrolled:

Notice for mentor allocation for the academic year 2021-22:–VjqNDSs2FEPGz3oxJwqwTlTn/edit?usp=share_link&ouid=106040888050805601057&rtpof=true&sd=true

Names of members for Tri mentoring:

Mentor Mentee Allocation:

●        Link for mentor-mentee allotment(2nd,3rd,4th year):

●        Link for sample mentee database:



Preparation and adherence to Academic Calendar and Teaching Plans by the institution:

The process of academic calendar is initiated with a preliminary meeting with the Director of the Institute. Timelines of curricular sessions and examinations are drafted based on the standard calendar. First draft of the academic calendar is circulated to all HODs for feedback. The academic calendar is finally prepared in accordance with the strict policies of the institute and the feedback received from the circulation of the first draft.

Teaching plans are created by the departments, based on the academic calendar. Teaching plans or lesson plans for each course is course coordinator in cooperation with concerned faculty members teaching the same course. These plans are then discussed and approved by the HOD. These are incorporated as part of the course material for the students to be aware of the flow of study for any particular course.

File Description:

  • Academic Calendar and Teaching Plans during the year



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