man-dis-jan-07 by stariya


									                             Mandatory Disclosure

I      Name of the Institution

      Bhoj Reddy Engineering College for Women
      Vinay Nagar, Saidabad
      Hyderabad-500 059, Andhra Pradesh

      Phones:    040 – 2453 7282 ; 2453 1725
      Fax   :    040 – 2453 7281
      Email :

II     Name & Address of the Principal

      Dr NC Eswar Reddy
      Phones: 040 – 2453 1719 ; 2453 7282 ; 2453 1725
      Cell   : 94901 16667
      Fax    : 040 – 2453 7281
      Email :

      Residence Address
      Flat No 501, Sri Srinivasa Arcade
      5th Cross Road, Vinaynagar
      Hyderabad – 500 059 Andhra Pradesh

III    Name of the Affiliating University

      Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
      Kukatpally, Hyderabad-500 072
      Andhra Pradesh

IV     Governance

       a)   Members of the Board and their brief background

            Please see Appendix-I

       b)   Members of Academic Advisory Body

            The Academic Advisory Body consists of Principal, all Heads of Departments and
            Incharge of Academic Branch

       c)   Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body

            Governing Body Meetings held twice in a year and Academic Advisory Body held
            every month

       d)   Organizational Chart and Processes

            Please see Appendix-II

e)   Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs /
     The academic work is processed as described by the JNTU, Hyderabad. The
     curriculum coverage and JNTU calendar is followed in toto in the conduction of
     internal examinations. Any other related information is passed onto students from
     their respective HOD‟s and subject teachers.

     The faculty prepare their lesson plan and lecture notes and slides for their allotted
     subject. The lesson plan along with time table are distributed to the students
     before the semester beginning

     The students are given assignments and their work is verified by teachers. Any
     requirement to repeat few topics in a particular subject is identified by feedback
     system in class and tutorial classes are arranged.

     This way faculty and students accountability towards academics is increased and
     involves both groups in academic affairs.

     Faculty are assigned with additional duty of counseling to group of students in all
     their academic activities

f)   Mechanism / Norms & Procedure for Democratic / Good Governance

     From the departments the management has isolated the procurement and
     maintenance of stores. Departments will give the specification and sources of
     availability of the equipment to the Purchase Section. The Purchase Section
     procures the items on the recommendations of the Departments. In this process,
     there is no delay and at the same time the departments are able to concentrate
     on academic programmes.

     The administration entertains a proposal from even a junior faculty members if it
     relates to the development of the college.

     A faculty recruited through the college selection board on adhoc basis with zero
     experience are also given scales with allowances and their positions are ratified at
     a later date through university selections

     Students are encouraged by awarding them incentives for their performance,
     proportional to their attendance and merits.

     As the society is formed for women empowerment, it spends readily for any
     developmental works in connection with their women students.

g)   Student feedback on institutional Governance / faculty performance

     There are three suggestion boxes placed in locations accessible to everybody
     related with college affairs (i.e. students and also the faculty). Students can freely
     and without any reservations can give their opinion / suggestions / grievance /
     comment on faculty performance. The suggestion boxes are opened daily and
     the suggestions are recorded in a register. Thereafter, appropriate action /
     consideration / changes / implementations are taken according to the merit /
     weightage of the issue. The suggestions and their implementation / non
     implementation is informed by displaying them on student notice boards.

           Every year, at the end of the semester, student feed back is collected. The
           performance of teacher are analyzed – faculty is informed about their demerits /
           difficulties in lecturing and suggestions by experts one given so as to improve
           their skills for letter teaching. In certain cases actions are also been taken against
           the teachers who could improve faculty performance is also accessed by HOD
           and basing on his/her recommendations incentives like increment / promotions
           are considered.
    h)     Grievance Redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

           Teacher Counselor is appointed for every 15 students from first year. The
           Counsellor takes the feedback from students and informs the HODs about the
           student group difficulties, requirements, etc. The HOD in turn takes the
           appropriate action.

           Departmental meetings are conducted every month where the faculty can freely
           and frankly give their opinions and ideas about the academic development
           programmes. The minutes of the meetings are communicated to the Principal
           and the management for further actions.

V   Programmes

    a)     Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE

    Sl                                   Courses                                   AICTE
    No                                                                         Approved Intake

     1     Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)                                     120
     2     Information Technology (IT)                                               60
     3     Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)                            120
     4     Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)                                60
     5     Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (EIE)                           60
     6     Chemical Engineering (CHE)                                               60*
                                         Total                                      480
     7     Master of Business Administration (MBA)                                   60
     8     Master of Computer Applications (MCA)                                     60
                                         Total                                      120

    Note     *   The Management of BRECW has decided to withdraw the Under Graduate
                 level course ‘Chemical Engineering’ from the academic year 2006-07 and no
                 admissions were made in ‘Chemical Engineering’ for the academic year

    b)     Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE

           Not applied for accreditation

c)   For each Programme, the following details are to be given :

     i)     Name
     ii)    Number of seats
     iii)   Duration
     iv)    Cut off mark / rank for admission during the last three years
     v)     Fee
     vi)    Placement facilities
     vii)   Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum
            salary and average salary

            Please see Appendix-III

d)   Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign
     University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of
     their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:
     Details of the Foreign Institution / University :
     i)    Name of the University / Institution
     ii)   Address
     iii)  Website
     iv)   Is the Institution / University Accredited in its Home Country
     v)    Ranking of the Institution / University in the Home Country
     vi)   Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the
           name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for
           students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and job
           both within and outside the country.
     vii) Nature of Collaboration
     viii) Conditions of Collaboration
     ix) Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of

                                       - Not applicable -

e)   For each Collaborative / affiliated programme give the following :

     i)     Programme Focus
     ii)    Number of seats
     iii)   Admission Procedure
     iv)    Fee
     v)     Placement Facility
     vi)    Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum
            salary and average salary
                                       - Not applicable -

f)   Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE ? If not whether the
     Domestic / Foreign Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required
     under notification No 37-3 / Legal / 2005, dated 16th May 2005
                                       - Not applicable -

VI     Faculty
       a)        Branch-wise list faculty members
                 i)       Permanent faculty
                 ii)      Visiting faculty
                 iii)     Adjunct faculty
                 iv)      Guest faculty
                 v)       Permanent faculty : Student Ratio
                 All the faculty members of our college are in permanent basis
       b)        Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years

                    Year          Appointed     Left the college
                    2004             26                17
                    2005             15                11
                    2006             35                18

VII    Profile of Director / Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of
       employment at the institute concerned

      For each Faculty give a page covering

            1.          Name
            2.          Date of Birth                                         PHOTOGRAPH
            3.          Educational Qualification
            4.          Work Experience
                          -       Teaching
                          -       Research
                          -       Industry
                          -       Others
            5.          Area of Specializations                                SIGNATURE
            6.          Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level
                        Post Graduate Level
            7.          Research guidance
                                                                No. of papers published in
                         Masters’s                          -   National Journals
                         Ph.D.                              -   International Journals
                                                            -   Conferences
            8.          Projects Carried out
            9.          Patents
            10.         Technology Transfer
            11.         Research Publications
            12.         No. of Books published with details

       Please see Appendix - IV

VIII   Fee
       (a)   Details of fee, as approved by State Fee Committee, for the Institution
             Rs 26,000 per annum
       (b)   Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme
             July of every year
       (c)   Number of fee waivers granted with amount and name of students
       (d)   Number of scholarship offered by the Institute, duration and amount

             Cash awards for meritorious and regular attendance for every semester
             The Management of Sangam Laxmibai Vidyapeet announced a scheme of merit prizes
             and attendance prizes from the academic year 2003-04 to the students of Bhoj Reddy
             Engineering College for Women (BRECW) with the aim of motivating them to greater
             academic excellence. The criteria adopted for the merit prizes and for good attendance is
             given below :

             (i)     Criteria for Merit Prizes

             Every student who passes in all the subjects and secures 75% or more marks in the
             aggregate will receive a cash prize as given below :

             *      Every student who secures    90% or more marks will receive a prize of Rs 2,000
             *      Every student who secures    85% to 89% marks will receive a prize of Rs 1,500
             *      Every student who secures    80% to 84% marks will receive a prize of Rs 1,000
             *      Every student who secures    75% to 79% marks will receive a prize of Rs 500

             (ii)    Criteria for Attendance Prizes

             *       The students who have the aggregate attendance of 98% and above along with a
                     minimum of 95% attendance in each subject will be awarded a cash prize of
                     Rs 1,500.

             *       The students who have an aggregate attendance of 95% and a minimum of 90%
                     attendance in each subject will be awarded a cash prize of Rs 500 each.

             The cash prizes for merit and good attendance for the eligible students of I Semester of
             II, III & IV year classes for the academic year 2006-07 will be awarded in 2 week of
             February 2007

             (a)     Merit Prizes

                     A total of 126 students are eligible to get the cash prize for meritorious
                     performance for an amount of Rs 85,000.

             (b)     Attendance Prizes

                     A total of 152 students are eligible to get the cash prize for best attendance
                     performance for an amount of Rs 1,41,500..

          Cash awards for the final year students (2002-2006 batch) who stood first
          and second places during the academic year 2005-06
          A total of 12 students of IV Year B Tech (2002-2006 batch) were awarded cash
          prizes for their meritorious performance in end exams of JNTU for the academic
          year 2005-06 for an amount of Rs 18,000 on 25 January 2007 during Annual Day

          Cash awards for the students who were represented university team in
          various events
          A total of 6 students were represented JNTU team in Swimming, Kho-Kho and
          Volleyball for which an amount of Rs 1,000 each (total amount Rs 6,000) was
          awarded for their meritorious performance.

     e)   Criteria for fee waivers / scholarship
          No criteria for fee waivers and for cash awards the above criteria followed

     f)   Estimated cost of boarding and lodging in hostels
          Not applicable

IX   Admission

     a)   Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
              Sl          Courses     Approved Intake   Year of approval
              No          (B Tech)
               1    CSE                    120             2006-07
              2     IT                      60             2006-07
              3     ECE                    120             2006-07
              4     EEE                     60             2006-07
              5     EIE                     60             2006-07
              6     CHE                    60*             2006-07
                           Total           480
               7    MBA                     60             2006-07
              8     MCA                     60             2006-07
                           Total           120

          *        Admissions is stopped wef the academic year 2006-07

b)   Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three
     Sl      Courses       Approved      Year of                    Admissions
     No      (B Tech)       Intake       approval      2006-07        2005-06    2004-05
      1     CSE              120         2006-07        120            120        120
      2     IT                60         2006-07         60             60         60
      3     ECE              120         2006-07        120            120        120
      4     EEE               60         2006-07         60             60         60
      5     EIE               60         2006-07         60             60         60
      6     CHE              60**        2006-07        --**            24         60
                 Total       480
      7     MBA*              60         2006-07         60             --         --
      8     MCA*              60         2006-07         60             --         --
                 Total       120

     Note        *       Started from the academic year 2006-07
                 **      Admissions is stopped wef the academic year 2006-07

c)   Number of applications received during last two years for admission under
     management quota and number admitted

     Sl      Courses       Approved       Year of         Admissions under
     No      (B Tech)       Intake       approval        Management quota
                                                       2006-07        2005-06
      1     CSE              120         2006-07         24             18
      2     IT                60         2006-07         12             09
      3     ECE              120         2006-07         24             18
      4     EEE               60         2006-07         12             09
      5     EIE               60         2006-07         12             07
      7     CHE              60**        2006-07         --             03
                 Total       480
      8     MBA*              60         2006-07         12             --
      9     MCA*              60         2006-07         12             --
                 Total       120

     Note        *       Started from the academic year 2006-07
                 **      Admissions is stopped wef the academic year 2006-07

X   Admission Procedure
    a)   Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency
         and its URL (website)
         EAMCET, a common entrance test conducted by AP State Council of Higher
         Education (APSCHE), Government of Andhra Pradesh (,
         through JNTU, Hyderabad-500 072, (

    b)   Number of seats allotted to different Test qualified candidates separately
         [AIEEE / CET (State conducted test / University tests) / Association conducted test]

         Convenor, EAMCET (Admissions), issues notifications and admissions are conducted
         through EAMCET Counselling based on merit

    c)   Calendar for admission against management / vacant seats
         -     Last date for request for applications

         -     Last date for submission of application

         -     Dates for announcing final results

         -     Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on
               the same day)

         -     Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less
               than 15 days)

               Admissions completed through EAMCET on 16.09.2006

         -     Last date for closing of admission

               Last date for filling up of the management seats & vacant seats through
               institutional spot admissions was on 16.09.2006

         -     Starting of the academic session
               I Year B Tech classes were started wef 28.08.2006 as per JNTU instructions

         -     The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list

         -     The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly
               In case of cancellation of seat after closing of the admissions by the candidates who
               were allotted by the Convenor, EAMCET, Rs 4000/- each towards cancellation fee
               in respect of the OC and BC candidates and Rs 2000/- each from SC and ST
               candidates is to be collected and send the same to the “Convenor, EAMCET-2006

XI      Criteria and Weightages for admission
        a)   Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. admission test, marks in
             qualifying examination etc.
        b)   Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any
             As per EAMCET norms, the criteria for admission test is Intermediate (10+2) with
             Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry stream and minimum qualifying marks is 40.
        c)   Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in
             the admission test for the last three years
             2004 – EAMCET best rank: 4384 ; highest rank: 99754
             2005 – EAMCET best rank: 4790 ; highest rank: 95848
             2006 – EAMCET best rank; 4043 ; highest rank: 103517
        d)   Display marks scored in test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were

Item No I - XI must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in the
website of the Institution.

The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to XII–XV.

                                 The Website is being updated
XII     Application Form

        Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities

XIII    List of Applicants
        List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile /
        percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open
        seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score
        for Management quota seats.
XIV     Results of admission under Management Seats / Vacant Seats
        a)   Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the
             brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain
             after the admission process is over)
             (i) Shri L Satyanarayana Reddy, Management Member
             (ii) Shri K Vijaya Bhasker Reddy, Superintendent, Establishment Section

        b)   Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.
             Please see Appendix-V

        c)   List of candidates who have been offered admission
             Please see Appendix-V

        d)   Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of
             joining of the first list candidates.
                                               - Not applicable -
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         e)   List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each
              category before operation of waiting list.
                                                        - Not applicable -

XV       Information on infrastructure and other resources available
         a)   Number of library books / Titles / Journals available (programme-wise)
         Sl         Courses           Number of titles of the   Number of volumes               Journals
         No                                 books
                                                                                        National     International
          1   CSE & IT                     668 + 256*              4069 + 2445*            15              09
          2   ECE                              640                    5696                 10              14
          3   EEE                              317                    1684                 07              05
          4   EIE                              256                    1300                 05              10
          5   CHE                              414                    1309                 06              --
          6   MBA                              150                    1050                 20              02
          7   MCA                              150                    1050                 Same as CSE & IT
          8   GBH                              649                    4995                 13              --
                      Total                   3500                    23598                76              40

     *         The books added to the library since the time of application for sanction of additional section of 60
               students of IT are 211 titles and 1778 volumes. In addition, some more orders are released for 45
               titles and 667 volumes. Thus the total 256 titles and 2445 volumes.

         b)   List of online national / international journals subscribed

         C)   E-Library facilities
              Please see Appendix-VI

         For each laboratory
         a)   List of major equipment / facilities
              Please see Appendix-VII

         b)   List of experimental set up
              Please see Appendix-VIII

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Computing facilities

a)   Number and Configuration of systems
     599 (Please see Appendix-IX)

b)   Total number of systems connected by LAN

c)   Total number of systems connected to WAN
     - Nil -

d)   Internet bandwidth
     1 MBPS Broadband for Engineering Courses in addition to the 512 KBPS Leased
     Line from BSNL and 1 MBPS Broadband for MBA & MCA courses

e)   Major software packages available
     Please see Appendix-X

f)   Special purpose facilities available


     List of facilities available
     Please see Appendix-XI

a)   Games and Sports Facilities

     (i) Basket Ball Court (ii) Volley Ball Court   (iii) Throw Ball Court
     (iv) Badminton Court (v) 200 mtr running track (v) Table Tennis
     (vi) Carom Boards     (vii) Chess

b)   Extra Curriculum Activities

     College liberally encourages the students to attend seminars, symposiums,
     workshops and paper presentation in various events conducted by other technical
     institutions. The College also reimburse the expenditure incurred by the students
     who won awards in paper presentations.
     College has NCC and NSS Units since three years. The NSS unit of our college
     has adopted one remote village „Kothwalguda‟ in Ranga Reddy District and
     conducted health awareness programmes, free health check-up camp, personal
     hygiene programmes, blood donation camps, Seminars on HIV/AIDS awareness
     programmes, etc.

c)   Soft Skill Development Facilities
     Special lectures, technical talks, seminars, communication skill programmes, etc
     were arranged to improve soft skills of the students. The agencies like EDGE,
     TIME, etc have conducted programmes in the related areas.

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d)     Number of classrooms and size of each
       26 class rooms each of 66 sqm carpet area

e)     Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each
       18 Tutorial rooms each of 66 sqm and some are 15 sqm

f)     Number of Laboratories and size of each
       34 Laboratories each of 200 sqm and some are 100 sqm

g)     Number of drawing halls and size of each
       1 Drawing Hall of 200 sqm

h)     Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each
       1 Computer Center of 195 sqm

i)     Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each
       Please see Appendix-XII

Teaching Learning Process

a)     Curricula and Syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University
       Please see Appendix-XIII

b)     Academic Calendar of the University
       Please see Appendix-XIV

c)     Academic Time Table
       Please see Appendix-XV

d)     Teaching Load of each Faculty
       Please see Appendix-XVI

e)     Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place
       Please see Appendix-XVII

f)     Students’ assessment of Faculty, System in place
       Please see Appendix-XVIII

For each Post Graduate programme give the following :

i)     Title of the Programme    a) Master of Business Administration
                                 b) Master of Computer Applications

ii)    Curricula and Syllabi     Please see Appendix-XIX

iii)   Faculty Profile
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Sl No                    Name                          Designation       Subject Teaching
      1     Shri A Ravi Prakash                    Assoc Professor   MTP
      2     Smt P Lalitha Praveena                 Asst Professor    BLR, AFM
      3     Ms K Anupama                           Asst Professor    ME, BE
      4     Ms G Prasanna Lakshmi                  Asst Professor    FAA

      1     Shri K Venkata Ramana                  Asst Professor    OOPs
      2     Ms R Lakshmi Priya                     Asst Professor    CO
      3     Smt S Triveni                          Asst Professor    DS

iv)       Brief profile of each faculty
          Please see Appendix-IV

v)        Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG Programme

          * One lab with 126 sqm area, 2 Servers and 66 systems
          * Two labs with 132 sqm area each, 2 & 3 Servers and 66 & 64 systems

Special Purpose

i)        Software, all design tools in case
          Prowess Software for MBA

ii)       Academic Calendar and frame work

iii)      Research focus
          List of typical research projects

iv)       Industry Linkage

v)        Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects

vi)       Placement status

vii)      Admission procedure

          ICET, a common entrance test conducted by AP State Council of Higher
          Education (APSCHE), Government of Andhra Pradesh through Kakatiya
viii) Fee Structure
          Rs 23,000 per annum for Convenor Quota
          Rs 63,000 per annum for Management Quota

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ix)   Hostel Facilities
      College made arrangements with Pvt hostels which are very near to the college and exclusively for
      girls to accommodate the students of BRECW who needs hostel. The monitoring is done by
      Wardens who are specially appointed by college

x)    Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG Programme

      Name                 :    Shri A Jagadeeswara Rao

      Address              :    12-10-416/4/2, Sai Sadan Apartments
                                G-D, Namalagundu, Secunderabad-500 061
                                Andhra Pradesh
      Telephone            :    2709 1160 (Res)
                                98494 01785
      E-mail               :

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