Director-Presentation COEP July08

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					COEP’s March Towards Excellence

             College of Engineering, Pune
         Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
Outline of presentation
Brief History
Vision, Mission, Goals
About Autonomy
About Faculty
Academic Attainments
Institute Budget
Administrative Practices
Strengths & Areas for
Help Needed from Alumni

                   College of Engineering, Pune
               Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
               Brief History
• 1854 : Started as Poona Engineering Class &
  Mechanical School
• Affiliation Changed from Bombay to Pune
  University in 1949
• First PG Course started in 1957
• There are 9 UG programmes, 18 PG
  programmes and PhD programme
• No of students who have passed out
• Undergraduates - 36000
• Post Graduates -        7500
• Doctorates         -      45
• College became autonomous in 2003.
Status of Autonomy : From 2003 ~ 2004

   Academic
            Permanent affiliation University of Pune
            Approval from UGC

   Administrative
            Director
            Deputy Director
            Deans
            Registrar
            Controller of Examination

   Financial
            Director up to 20 Lakhs
            Deans and Heads up to 50,000

   Managerial
            Board of Governors
                       Board of Governors
Padmabhushan Dr. F.C.Kohli        T.C.S. Ltd., Mumbai,
Mr. Prataprao Pawar               Managing Director, Sakal Papers Ltd.,
Mr. Atul Kirloskar                Managing Director, Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd.,

Dr. S. G. Dhande                  Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Dr. Uday Salunke                  Director, Wellingakars Management Institute
Dr. B.S. Sonde                    Ex. Chairman NBA, Former VC Goa University
Com. Anand Khandekar              Nvidia Graphics,Pune
Mr. J S. Sahariya                 Principal Secretary,
                                  Department of Higher & Technical Education, M.S.
Prof. S. K. Mahajan               Director,Technical Education, M.S.
Dr. G.B.Pant                      Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
Prof. A.D. Sahasrabudhe (Member   Director, College of Engineering, Pune
Shri. Kantilal Umap               Deputy Secretary Department of Higher & Technical
                                  Education, M.S.
                               Faculty and Staff Position
              Lecturer                             Assistant Professor                   Professor

 Sanctioned         Filled         Vacant      Sanctioned     Filled   Vacant   Sanctioned   Filled    Vacant

     111                76           35             74            38    36          48        16            32

                      Sanctioned                         Filled                   Vacant

                             233                         143                        90

Visiting Faculty: 60 Professor Emeritus : 06                           Adjunct Professor : 04
                                            Supporting Staff:
                                          Sanctioned                   Filled                      Vacant

        Class III                            145                        124                           21
       Class IV                              140                        136                           04
                        Institute Budget
• Total Budget                                           : 160 million

•   Govt. of Maharashtra (Salary): 70 million
•   AICTE (PG grant)             : 30 million
•   Student Fees                 : 40 million
•   IRG(Internal resources       : 20 million

    44 % of the Institute budget is still coming from Govt of Maharashtra- most of
    It is spent on Faculty Salaries

                      All the figures are in Rupees
To be a leader amongst engineering institutions in
 India, offering value based world class education,
 and constantly pursuing excellence

To strive for excellence in all facets of institute
•   To be in top ten institutes of the country in next 5 years.
•   To be a student centric institute, where academics is followed
    with utmost passion and sincerity.
•   To attain a faculty to student ratio of 1:12 and 1: 9, with in 2 and 5
    years respectively.
•   To be a campus where every faculty possesses Ph.D degree,
    within 5 years.
•   To ensure a continuous value addition for all employees.
•   To strengthen collaborations and establish bonds with outside
    world and institutes.
•   To establish interdisciplinary research centers in areas such as
    energy / environment / materials / manufacturing / bioinformatics
•   To attain 25 % growth in terms of programs offered and intake
    capacity with in 5 years.
•   To be 50 & 100 % self sustainable campus with in 2 & 5 years
•   To be a residential campus providing residential accommodation
    for all students and at least 30 % accommodation for faculty in
    next 5 years
                        Administrative Structure

                                   Board of Governors


                                       Deputy Director

                   Dean       Dean          Dean                          Head of the
T & P Officer                                              Registrar
                (Academic)   (R & D)   (Student Affairs)                  Department

                  COE            Professor
                        Faculty credentials

Faculty with Ph.D.                        32

Faculty with PG qualification             90

Faculty registered for M.Tech.            21

Faculty registered for Ph.D.              45

Number of Research guides                 21

Faculty publications last three years         600+

STTP/Workshops arranged                   72

Number of conferences organised           03 International
                                          05 National
Referees for Journals                     05
            Academic attainments

  Publications: National and International journals:
                 average 86 per year

 Academic products like books, monograms, reports etc. 13

 Research laboratories developed: 4 worth Rs. 20 Million

 Laboratories developed:
          23 state of art laboratories worth Rs. 140 Million

 Ph.D. completed in last two years: 23 Registered : 85

                    College of Engineering, Pune
                Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
Industrial Automation Centre

                                                            PLC set-up

                 College of Engineering, Pune
             Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
    College of Engineering, Pune
Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
    Plumbing Laboratory

    College of Engineering, Pune
Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
    Plumbing Laboratory

    College of Engineering, Pune
Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
                   Student Attainments

Amongst the top students in India in GATE, GRE,
Recognition of students through paper presentation and
project awards (ASME conference, AMS Conference)
Rohit Pandharkar, a student of Third Year E & TC WON
the IET UK Award Present Around The World (PATW)
2007 competition (2nd Place) held in Amsterdam.
Won the first ever BAJA-SAE contest for the design,
fabrication and running of all terrain four wheeler
Participation in National Robotics contest and reaching
Quarter Finals
                 College of Engineering, Pune
             Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
        BAJA Award Winners

    College of Engineering, Pune
Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
World Record for Longest painting

        College of Engineering, Pune
    Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
                        Academic reforms
 Special provision for slow learners

 Relative grading system implemented

 Second round of curriculum reforms complete:

 Institutional electives, departmental electives included

Electives like Building Automation, Batch process control, VLSI design, Micro-
machining, FMS,

                         College of Engineering, Pune
                     Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
                Academic reforms

 Attendance through RFID, and MIS for the

 Online feedback form for the students

 Academic audit by external agencies

  Introduction of summer term

Establishment of Language Laboratory to improve soft skills of
students in general and tribal students in particular.

                     College of Engineering, Pune
                 Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
             Administrative Reforms

 Heads position by rotation

 Two rounds of recruitment through BoG recruiting 43

  faculty members out of which 21 were newly added

  to the Institute.

 Rotation of major portfolios amongst faculty members

  to enhance administrative capabilities.

                   College of Engineering, Pune
               Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
         Administrative Reforms

 Good financial governance through budget

  provisions for various departments.

 Delegation of financial powers to Heads and Deans.

 Major support services are outsourced.

                 College of Engineering, Pune
             Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
        Strengths and Areas needing attention

• Excellent Student Intake (best in Maharashtra)
• Best Undergraduate education
• Reasonably well established state-of-the-art labs
   in collaboration with industry
• Faculty incentive scheme
• Chair Professors
• Funding for new buildings and research
               Immediate Future plans
 Class room complex, Girls Hostel, Library and
  Knowledge Centre and Administrative Building planned
 Faculty competence improvement through systematic
  academic planning
 Regular academic and administrative audits planned
 Thrust on Interdisciplinary centres of research
 Setting up of Bhau Institute of Entrepreneurship and
  Leadership and Microsoft Innovation Centre

                    College of Engineering, Pune
                Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
                        New Initiatives
•   On line live interactive classes from IIT Bombay through video
    conferencing mode
•   Elective on Entrepreneurship Development by Mr Narendra Kale, an
    alumnus through use of ICT

•   Distinguished Alumni Faculty Fellowship instituted with the donation
    from Mr. Sanjeev Deshpande in Metallurgy Department
     – $30,000 was donated by Sanjeev Deshpande (‟80 Metallurgy) from Michigan

•   Elective on Engineering Law

•   Variety of state-of-the-art electives from industry professionals

•   A number of labs established with the support from industry

•   In house PhD programme planned in all departments
                 Glimpses of Master Plan
• The Board of Governors of COEP has laid out the mission and
  vision of COEP
    – Christopher Charles Benninger Architects Ltd which is a renowned firm
      in India has prepared the Mater Plan of the campus according to the
      vision of the Board of Governors
• Master Plan Priorities:
    – Short Term:
        • Girls Hostel
        • Academic / Class room Complex
        • Library

    – Long Term:
        •   Auditorium
        •   Student Center
        •   Boat Club / Recreation Center
        •   Additional Hostels
        •   Faculty / Staff Housing
        •   Married Student Hostels
                              Girls Hostel Plan
• There is an urgent need for additional hostel space for both boys and
  girls on campus. This need is being addressed in a phased manner
    – The first new hostel building to be built is a new Girls’ Hostel accommodating
      400 girls
    – The building is 11 floors tall with 40 students accommodated per floor on a
      twin sharing basis
    – Every 2 rooms i.e. 4 students share a toilet unit consisting of a bath, toilet and
      wash basin
    – Each floor also has a common room and a hostel room for a senior student
    – The ground floor accommodates recreational, administration space, storage
      and other common facilities
    The following are the approximate estimated costs for the
    1. Civil Work = Rs. 115,000,000 [US$ 2,875,000 ]
    2. Electrical and IT Services = Rs. 30,000,000 [ US$ 750,000 ]
    3. Landscape = Rs. 2,500,000 [ US$ 62,500 ]
    4. Furniture = Rs. 7,500,000 [ US$ 187,500 ]
    Total = Rs. 155,000,000 [ $ 3.875 M ]
        Note: i. Applicable taxes and Consultants fees not included.
        ii. $1 US = INR 40
              Proposed Girls Hostel

                              COEP Girls Hotel View as a part of Campus Master Plan

COEP Girls Hostel Elevation
               Development cost to implement COEP master plan

Name of the building                          Area in Sq.   Estimated cost Rs. In
                                              mtr.          million

North Academic parcel (Academic               38,000        620
buildings, Library, Conference centre,
auditorium, new boat club,

South academic parcel (Academic               36,200        530
buildings, workshop, administration)

Hostels                                       80,000        1208
Utility services ( Water, Electricity, fire   --            430
fighting etc.)

Circulation network (Internal roads and                     70
             Estimated cost of the various buildings under
                     the master plan (Priority 1)

Name of the building           Area in Sq.   Estimated cost Rs. In
                               mtr.          million

Girls hostel 400 seater        9080          150

Academic Complex               5000          100

Library                        4780          100
            How can Alumni Help?
• Floating of electives or state-of-the-art courses for
  COEP students through videoconferencing mode
   – WebGuru Lectures

• Institution of Chair Professors in all departments
   – Metallurgy Alumni Faculty Fellow which is a smaller
     endowment of $45K has already been implemented.
   – Recipient selected and the award will be given in
     July/August this year to Prof M J Rathod

• Donations for building and infrastructure plans
   – Master Plan
             WebGuru Lectures
• Teach online course to COEP students from
  US using internet
  – It will help the students to keep abreast with the
    latest developments in various fields
• Narendra Kale last year organized a 3 credit
  course on „Entrepreneurship‟ for COEP
  students- got a very good response
• The course can cover technical areas in any
  of the 9 Depts in COEP
• For details, contact
WebGuru Lecture by Vinay Kakade
             Alumni Chair Professor
• To attract best faculty, we worked with COEP
  Foundation to create this program to provide
  attractive compensation
• COEP will set up Chair Professor at each Dept.
  Each Chair Professor will require $ 300K for a full
  fledged Endowment
  – The program will be named after the wish of the donor if
    100% of the donation is received from a single donor
• Any donation of $10,000 and above will be
  acknowledged by displaying the name of the donor
  on a granite plaque at the entrance of the
   Current Endowment Program Summary
• Endowment Fund Management:
  – i. COEP Charitable Foundation, USA (CCFU) will transfer funds to
    COEP Alumni Association in India from time to time.
  – ii. Alumni association will create separate corpus fund “Dept Name
    Alumni Distinguished Professor Endowment Fund” for this award
    by the amount so received from COEP Charitable Foundation,
    USA and adding to it local funds collected, if any.
  – iii The interest (dividend) earned by investing the corpus fund will
    be utilized for conducting the program as detailed below
       • iv. 5% of the earnings from the corpus fund will be transferred
         to Alumni Association towards administrative expenses.
           – A minimum of Rs. 5000/- per month will be utilized in giving
             honorarium to ADP- the maximum amount is up to Rs
             20,000 month- see attached spreadsheet on slide 5 for
  – vi. Balance (at least 40% of earnings) from the corpus fund will be
    added to corpus fund to take care of inflation.
                                Endowment Calculations
                                               Endowment             Incentive                       Amount available Principal for             Inflation     Endowment
                            Principal Income                                        Administrative                                  Endowment
#          Title                             Income Amount           Awarded                       for reinvestment US next year                 rate in    growth relative
                              US $       %                                          Fees    $/year                                   Growth %
                                                 $/ year1             $/year
                                                                             2                               $3           US $                India      % to inflation   %
2   Endowment Example 1      75000       9.5          7125              1500             356.25             5268.75           80268.75           7.03   7        0.025
3   Endowment Example 2      100000      9.5          9500              3000              475                6025              106025            6.03   7       -0.975
4   Endowment Example 3      150000      9.5          14250             4500             712.5              9037.5            159037.5           6.03   7       -0.975
5     Full Endowment         300000      9.5          28500             6000              1425               21075             321075            7.03   7        0.025

     1. Endowment income is calculated based on the expected rate of return in India
     2. Incentive awarded to the Professor is currently set at a minimum of Rs 5,000/month and it can be increased as the Principal increases.
     The maximum amount is set at Rs, 20,000/month or US $ 5,600/year
     3. At least 40% of the income from the Endowment is going to be reinvested back in the Principal to keep pace with inflation
     1 US $= 43 INR
        Selection of Endowment Chair Professor
•   Alumni Distinguished Professor (ADP):
     – Provides research incentive to the selected faculty and up to 2 graduate students
          • Selected Chair Professor will be awarded upto Rs 2,40,000/year as „Research Incentive‟ on
            the top of the salary which is provided by the institute
          • Each of graduate student will be awarded Rs 72,000/year
          • Travel incentive of upto Rs 50,000/year for conference travel
          • Miscellaneous expenses of upto Rs, 50,000 (labs equipment, stationary) etc.

•   Selection Procedure
     – The award committee will comprise of members as detailed below. Nominated
       members will have background and/or experience in the general area of Metallurgy
       and/or Materials Science.
     – The nominated members will be from academia, national laboratories, and industry.
       The nominated members will serve on the committee for 4 years. The constitution of
       committee will be as follows:
     – Director, COEP------------------------------------------------------Chair
     – One Nominee of COEP charitable Foundation, USA----------member
     – One Nominee of COEP                          ------------------------- member
     – Head of Dept. of Metallurgy-------------------------------------- member
       (In case he is a candidate, next person in seniority)
     – One Nominee of COEP Alumni Association------------------- member
     – Hon Secretary of COEP Alumni Association-------------------Secretary
Thank You….

    College of Engineering, Pune
Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
Back Up

• Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP)
  Supported by World Bamk, Govt. of India and Govt. of Maharshtra
  240 million grant received from 2005-2007

• A number of laboratories were upgraded, infrastructure created and
  training provided to faculty and staff

• Carried out network activities, industry collaboration, services to

• Audit scores started from 5.3 to 9.3 at the end of sixth audit
        Infrastructure facilities
• Internet connectivity with 16 Mbps bandwidth
• Wi-fi Connectivity in the entire campus
• Data Centre with large no. of HP blade servers
  and Switches
• Each department has separate computer centres
• All hostel rooms have been wired.
• Two Computer Centers within Hostel Campus
  for Students having No Personal Computers
• 2x 5000 Litres Solar Water Heating System
• „Sadicchha‟ Health Clinic in hostel
                Student Activities
•   Gymkhana, Boat Club, MindSpark, Zest
•   Activities include :
       Sports
       Cultural activities
       Debate
       Magazine
       Ham Club
       Astronomy club
       Student Alumni Co-ordination Cell
       Meditation Centre
       Entrepreneurship development cell
       Robot Study Circle
       Ramanujan Club

 Two Generator sets (250 & 160 KVA): 410 KVA
                  Hostel Campus


•   NO OF BOYS ADMITTED : 1039 / 2009

•   NO OF GIRLS ADMITTED: 368/ 579

•   TOTAL NO OF STUDENTS : 1407/ 2588


•   NO OF MESSES : 3+1
                         Central Library

Books         Journals         Magazines          News        Electronic
                                                 Papers         Media

   Titles        National          National         English     C.D. /Floppies
   28451            54                7                           (106/120)

No of books    International     International      Marathi        Video
   60651            91                                            Cassettes
 Book Bank                                                        Library
   32834                                                       Access through

 One of the oldest technical library in India.
    Online Journals through INDEST:
  IEL, ASCE, ASME, Science Direct, ACM Digital Library, Indian Standards
• 14th Rank at the National level as per the
  survey of India Today 2006

• Amongst top 20-25 in other National surveys.

• Total land available for the Institute: 36 Acres
  Spread in four sections

• Architect and Town Planner (Mr. Christopher
  Beninger) appointed for preparing master
          Services to Community & Economy

                       Activity                                     Achievement
Total number of programs for disadvantage group                         11

Total number of participants from disadvantage group                   250

Total number of programs for unemployed youth                           52

Total number of participation from unemployed youth                    936

                         College of Engineering, Pune
                     Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
      Services to Community & Economy- Assistance to unorganised

                           Activity                             Achieveme

Total number of programs offered to unorganised                    04

Total number of participants benefited from                       130
unorganised sector

Total number of programs for industry personnel                    13

Total number of participants from industry                        459

                     College of Engineering, Pune
                 Pioneers in Engineering Education since 1854
                         Patents, Books, STTP and Projects

Name of the Department                    Patents   Books   STTP   Projects (Cost
                                                                     in Lakhs)

Civil Engineering                           1        1      10        3 (3)
                                                                   91 Consul.
Mechanical Engineering                      1        3       11       4(128)

Electrical Engineering                      --       --     30         3(45)

Electronics and Telecommunication           --       12      6         4(14)

Materials and Metallurgical Engineering     1        --      4         5(32)

Instrumentation and Control Engineering     1        6       6         3(17)

Computer Engineering And Information        --       1       9         2(4)
Production Engineering (Sandwich)           1        5       5         2(19)

Applied Science and Mathematics             --       3      14         1(15)

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