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MANDATORY DISCLOSURE FORM FOR MBA PROGRGAMME I. NAME OF THE INSTITUTION Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail. NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mudugurki, Devanahalli Taluk, Bengaluru - 562 110 Karnataka Ph: 080-27645990 Fax No: 080-27645990 E-Mail: email@example.com II. NAME & ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail. PRINCIPAL : Dr. H.S.NANDA NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mudugurki, Devanahalli taluk, Bengaluru – 562 110, Karnataka Ph: 080-27645990 Fax No: 080-27645990 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org III. Governance Members of the Board and their brief background - ANNEXURE - 1 Members of Academic Advisory Body - ANNEXURE - 2 Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body - Once in a month Organizational chart and processes - ANNEXURE – 3 & ANNEXURE - 4 Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in Academic affairs/improvements ANNEXURE – 5, 5 (a), 5 (b), 5 (c) & 5 (d) Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance - ANNEXURE - 6 Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance- ANNEXURE - 7 Grievance Redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students - ANNEXURE - 8 IV. PROGRAMMES A) Name of the Programmes (Full Time) approved by the AICTE: Sl. No Course Name Approved Duration Year of Take Starting 1 MBA 60 2 Years 2006 B) Name of the Programmes (Part Time) approved by the AICTE: Sl. No Course Name Approved Duration Year of Take Starting -NIL- C) Name & Duration of Programme(s), if any, not approved by AICTE and bring run in the same Campus: -NIL- D) Cut off Rank last 2 years: Academic Year Cut of Marks / Rank CET MGT 2007-2008 12899 50% 2008-2009 12217 50% E) Fee as per Govt. of Karnataka Order: Rs. 50,000.00 F) Placement Facilities: College has a separate placement cell headed by a training & placement officer (TPO). TPO in turn is guided by a committee comprising of faculty & students. The main objective of training & placement all in, to train the students to face with confidence the written test & interviews & to get recruited in companies, and to organize campus recruitment programmes. Presently the T&P is organizing technical test, Aptitude tests, group discussions & mock interviews etc, for the pre-final & final year students once in a week. For this purpose, special provision is made in regular academic time-table by allotting separate slots. Further the T & P cell of the college has been organizing expert lectures related to placement and organizing campus requirement programs for the pre final year and final year students. G) CAMPUS PLACEMENT NCET, MBA department was started in the year 2006 & as on this day one batch of students passed out. The details of the campus recruitment are given below: Sl. Course No. of Students No. of Students No. recruited in 2007-08 recruited in 2008-09 1 MBA 21 10 Minimum salary : Rs. 1.2 Lakhs / annum Maximum salary : Rs. 3 Lakhs / annum Average salary : Rs. 1.9 Lakhs / annum List of a few companies which were visited for In-plant Training 1. Bengaluru Stock Exchange limited 2. Apollo Tyres 3. Bengaluru Dairy 4. Tasty Foods 5. Grind well Norton 6. Pepsi 7. Toyota 8. BHEL 9. Areva 10. ITC Limited 11. ICCI Prudential 12. GEOTEL 13. HCL 14. NCCL 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: - NIL - Details of the Foreign Institution/University: Name of the University/Institution Address Website Is the Institution/University Accredited in its Home Country Ranking of the Institution/University in the Home Country - NA - 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. Nature of Collaboration Conditions of Collaboration Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration. For each Collaborative/affiliated Programme give the following: Programme Focus Number of seats Admission Procedure - NA - Fee Placement Facility Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary 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. - NA - V. FACULTY a) No. of Faculty Members Permanent Faculty - ANNEXURE - 9 Visiting Faculty - ANNEXURE - 10 Adjunct Faculty - NIL - Guest Faculty - ANNEXURE – 11 b) Profiles of each Faculty with Qualifications, Total Experience, Age & duration of Employment at the Institute Concerned - ANNEXURE – 12 c) Number of faculty employed and left during the last two years: Sl. No. Year No. of Faculty employed No. of Faculty left 1 2007 – 08 12 01 2 2008 -09 02 03 d) Profile of Director/Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of employment at the institute concerned - ANNEXURE – 13 e) Whether student assessment of faculty is in place - ANNEXURE - 14 VI. FEE Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution. For PGCET (State) candidates: Free seat (50%) : Rs. 50,000 For Management candidates: Fee : Rs.75,000 Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme - 1st Sept. to 30th Sept. No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students - NIL - Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount- - NIL - Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship - - NA - Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels -Rs 50,000/-per year VII. ADMISSION a) Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval Year Intake sanctioned Year of Approval 2006 - 2007 60 2006 2007 - 2008 60 2007 2008 - 2009 60 2008 2009 - 2010 60 2009 b) Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years Year PGCET Management 2006 – 2007 27 15 2007 – 2008 29 31 2008 – 2009 30 30 c) Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. Year No. of applications No. of admitted 2007 – 2008 134 31 2008 – 2009 58 30 VIII. Admission Procedure a) Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website) - PGCET & KMAT b) Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates PGCET/KMAT / MAT / CAT (State conducted test / University tests) Year Exam No. of seats Allotted 2006-2007 PGCET 27 2007-2008 PGCET 29 2008–2009 PGCET 30 c) Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: - Last date for request for applications - 06.08.2009 - Last date for submission of application - 06.08.2009 - Dates for group discussions (GD) / Interviews - 09.08.2009 - Dates for announcing final results - 10.08.2009 - Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day) - 16.08.2009 - Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days) - 20.08.2009 - Last date for closing of admission - 10.09.2009 - Starting of the Academic session - 16.09.2009 - The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list - Yes - The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, - Yes, 90% of fee should be clearly notified paid is refunded IX. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION a) Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, GD, Interview etc. - Average of both b) Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any - 50% marks in for any criteria Under Graduation (with any Degree) c) Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores (section wise / or total as case may be) of the candidates in the admission test who are called for GD / Interview - 50% marks d) Mention last two years cut-off percentage & percentile (section wise and / or total as case may be) of the candidates called for GD / Interview - 50% marks e) Display marks scored in Test, GD, Interview etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who come for GD/Interview - Yes Item No I - IX 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 X–XIII. X. APPLICATION FORM Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities - ANNEXURE 15 XI. LIST OF APPLICANTS List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in ANNEXURE 16 separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats. XII. Criteria for GD / Personal Interview a) Norms adopted for calling the candidates for group discussion / personal interview. ( It has to be strictly in order of Merit) - ANNEXURE 17 b) Attributes for evaluation in GD / Interview - ANNEXURE 18 XIII. RESULTS a) Composition of evaluation team with the brief profiles of members (this information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over). b) Score of the individual candidates called for group discussion and interview in each of the components including the test and total, arranged in order of merit. ANNEXURE 19 c) List of candidates who have been offered admission in each category. d) Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates, category wise. e) List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list. NOTE: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action. ANNEXURE – 1 Nagarjuna Education Society Bangalore Management Committee Members 1. Shri K V Sekhar Raju B.Sc. President Managing Director M/s Rayalseema Products Pvt. Ltd. Trustee: Sir M Vishveshwariah Institute of Technology, Sri Krishnadevaraya College of Dental Sciences, Bangalore. 2. Shri J V Ranga Raju M. Com. Secretary Whole time Director, M/s Nagarjuna Construction Co. Ltd. 3. Shri J Gopalakrishnam Raju M.A. Joint Secretary Principal (Rtd), Degree College 4. Shri P Vishwanadha Raju M.A. Joint Secretary H.O.D., Dept. of Economics, (Retd.) V S M College, R. C. Puram. 5. Shri J Srirama Raju B.E. Treasurer Dir – in – Charge, M/s Nagarjuna Construction Co. Ltd., (Property Development Devision) 6. Sri A.S.N. Raju, Member Whole time Director, M/s Nagarjuna Construction Co. Ltd. 7. Smt. J.Sridevi Ranga Raju Member Founder Member, Nagarjuna Education Society 8. Shri. J.S.N.Raju Member 9. Shri J Srinivasa Raju I.C.E. Member Partner, M/s Aruna Constructions, Bangalore. 10. Mr. Chaitanya Varma Member C.E.O, Nagarjuna Education Society 11. Dr. K S Deshikachar, Member Director, Nagarjuna Education Society ANNEXURE – 2 Academic Advisory Committee To ensure that the academic activities and related matters are carried out smoothly, an academic advisory body is constituted as indicated in Annexure II. 1. Dr. K.S. Deshikachar, Director – Chairman 2. Dr. H.S. Nanda, Principal – Member 3. Dr. N.G.S. Udupa, Vice Principal & HOD (Mech) – Member 4. Dr. K.N. Haribhat, Dean,Prof. & HOD (E & C) – Member 5. Dr. Prakash, Prof. & HOD (MBA) – Member 6. Prof. Shantha Kumar Patil, Prof. & HOD (CS&E) – Member 7. Smt. Roopasrii Tantri Prof. & HOD (IS&E) – Member 8. Dr. Ramakrishne Gowda Prof. & HOD ( Civ) – Member 9. Dr. P. Harisha, Prof & HOD (Physics) – Member 10. Dr B.Shanmukha Professor & HOD (Maths ) – Member 11. Dr. Dinesh K S (Librarian) – Member The committee looks into various academic matters and suggests ways and means of achieving the set targets. In general, its functions are: 1. To observe and monitor the conducting of classes, lesson planning etc. 2. To analyse examination results and to suggest ways and means of improving the same. 3. Arranging special coaching classes (in difficult subjects) to help failed and detained students to improve their academic credentials. 4. To encourage guide and help various departments to organize seminars, symposiums, conferences etc. 5. To advice principal on matters related to: a. Recruitment of quality faculty to the college. b. Deputation of faculty to conferences, seminars and short-term courses in other reputed institutions. c. Deputation of non-teaching / technical support staff to specialized technical training. d. Development of laboratories and purchase of equipment, procurement of books to library etc. e. Visit by students to industries, companies etc. f. Achieving the set target keeping in view the vision and mission of the institution. ANNEXURE 3 ORGANISATION STRUCTURE OF MBA PROGRAMME President Vice-President Management Governing Committee Council Secretary Joint Secretary Director - NES Principal - NCET HOD MBA Assistant Assistant Assistant Professor Professor Professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer ANNEXURE - 4 PROCESS CHART PRINCIPAL Academic advisory Comittee HODs Academic time Test Committee Examination Student Hostel NCET - Library Transportation Campus Sports Cultural General table Co-ordinators Maintenance of & members Committee Counselling Canteen Discipline activities College Faculty Co-ordinators Planning, Organising & con- Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Co-ordinators Civil/Elec/Elec & Members organising & conducting tests ducting exam as per VTU guidelines & Members & Members & Members & Members & Members **** & members & Members tronics/Computers/ of Hostel of Canteen of Library Mech related Committee Committee Committee Maintenance Academic Preparation of time Evaluation of Faculty-preparing Warden Supervising/Inspec- Librarian Transport Physical Training students in activities tables for all Answer scripts/ students progress ting quality,quantity Education cultural events (Teaching,training semesters IA books reports related to of food items served Officer Organizing cul- Director in labs etc) attendance,IA marks cleanliness etc tural activities Intimation Counselling Organising & Sports - to parents of Individual ** *** scheduling of Indoor & running 10 students college buses Outdoor * * Identify special positives features in ** 1. Regulating admission *** 1. List of technical books to be procured. **** 2. Maintaining discipline Organising the schedule students such as talent 3. Supervising mess related activities 2. List of journals, of running 10 college quality of food & cleanliness. magazine etc. in sports, music, buses. 4. Looking into grievancesof hostel 3. Library automation literary activities etc, inmates & to provide & maintain facility for indoor, outdoor games, encouraging them reading room etc. ANNEXURE – 5 Nature and Involvement of Faculty and Students in academic affairs / improvement: General: Various committees / divisions have been constituted to improve the academic atmosphere in the campus and to encourage the participation of students in extra curricular activities. The committees are generally headed by senior faculty with teaching faculty as members. In many committees, a good number of student representatives have also been included. The divisions / committees are actively involved in academic and developmental activities and salient features of various committees are given below: 1. HODs & Faculty: HODs have to ensure that /Faculty to comply with the following: 1. Classes are properly and regularly conducted and syllabus is completed with in the prescribed time. 2. Lesson planning by faculty. 3. Maintaining attendance register of students properly. 4. Conducting three tests as per schedule. 5. Evaluation of I.A books with in 3 days of conducting of tests. 6. Participate in students Counselling. 7. Laboratory development work. 8. Preparation of research /development proposals for securing funds from UGC / AICTE/ DST etc. 9. Conducting seminars, symposiums, conferences, etc. 10. Participating in conferences, seminars, short-term courses in other reputed institutions. 11. Participating actively in all the examination related works. 12. Conducting/participating in staff meetings at regular intervals to discuss department related matters. 2. Time Table committee: 1. Preparing General class timetables for I/II Semesters of BE course. 2. Preparation of class timetables for the higher semesters of all the departments/disciplines. 3. To co-ordinate among different departments with regard to common courses / laboratories / electives and other interdisciplinary matters. 4. To prepare individual faculty timetables and lab-wise tables. 5. To prepare master timetables. 3. Test Committee: 1. To prepare a schedule for conducting three tests. 2. Seating arrangement for tests by mixing different semester students alternately. 3. To prepare invigilation schedule for tests. 4. Organizing and conducting tests. 5. Distribution of I.A books to concerned teachers for Evaluation. 4. Examination Committee: 1. To prepare invigilation schedule for theory examinations. 2. To organize and conduct theory and practical examinations as per VTU guidelines. 3. Dispatch “Answer packet bundles” to VTU. 5. Students Counselling: 1. Preparing guidelines for Students’ counseling (copy of guidelines enclosed in Annexure – 7a). 2. Preparation of formats for progress report, attendance shortage report and for undertaking from Students and parents. (Formats enclosed – Annexure – 7b). 3. Distribution of students to all the faculty at a rate of not exceeding 20 students per teacher. 4. Preparation of individual progress reports of students and reports of counseling by teachers and submission of the same to counseling committee. 5. Scrutiny of reports of counselors by the committee. 6. Dispatching the progress sheets to parents / guardians. 7. Further counseling for those students who have poor attendance / internal assessment marks. 8. Special counseling for the students involved in activities related to indiscipline to set them on right track. 9. To encourage students with talents in extra curricular activities such as in music, sports, etc. 10. Inviting students to air their grievances and to provide remedial measures. 6. Hostel: 1. To smoothly carry out admission to college hostels. 2. To provide the needed facilities to inmates such as indoor and outdoor sports facilities reading room and TV facilities, etc. 3. To prepare a weekly schedule of menu (once in a month) in consultation with “Hostel inmates” and to implement the same. 4. To maintain discipline in the Hostel and to prepare a set of guidelines to be followed by hostel inmates (a copy of guidelines enclosed in Annexure – 7c). 5. Maintaining a complaint book/box for the inmates to bring out their grievances and to provide remedial measures. 6. Maintaining cleanliness in and around hostels. 7. Canteen: The Canteen committee comprising of faculty and students constantly: 1. Monitors the quality of input materials and quality and quantity of food items prepared in the canteen. 2. To watch and monitor the quality of service in the canteen. 3. Maintaining cleanliness in the canteen. 4. To see that the canteen functions in a smooth and organized manner. 5. To receive complaints from students and staff on issues related to canteen functioning of the college and to initiate remedial measures. 8. Library: It is an important area where the updating is done continuously under the supervision of the committee. The committee looks into requirements of library such as: 1. Requirement of text and reference books. 2. National journals and International journals. 3. Magazines and periodicals. 4. Development of digital library etc. 5. Issue of books to students. 9. Transportation committee: Nagarjuna college of Engg & Technology has 10 buses, which ply from various locations of Bangalore and Chikkaballapur to college (which is situated about 10 km from Devanahalli). The committee constituted is a fine blend of faculty, non-teaching staff and students. Its functions are: 1. Prepares schedule of arrival and departure of buses. 2. Identifies pick up locations. 3. Maintains discipline during commuting. 4. Arranges bus facility for special occasions like visits to industries and companies and other places of importance and for attending special classes on holidays. 10. Discipline Committee: The Committee mainly concentrates on over all discipline in the campus. Its main functions are: 1. To prevent and eliminate ragging from the campus. 2. For this purpose an anti ragging committee has been formed, which looks into all ragging related matters and protects freshers from the menace of ragging. 3. To reduce /eliminate the habit in students to skip classes and spend time in canteen, hostel and other locations of campus. 4. To guide various committees in preparing guidelines related to maintenance of discipline in library, canteen, classrooms, laboratories, college buses etc. 5. To watch and counsel students, who get involved in acts of indiscipline in the campus. 6. To look into matters related to smoking, eating gutka etc by students and to prevent the same. 7. To prevent use of mobile phones, in the campus and to initiate measures on those who disobey the same. 8. To prevent students from forming group on the basis of religion, caste, language etc and encourage the concept of “We are all Indians”. 9. To ensure that the idle time of students is minimized by providing them facilities such as reading rooms, indoor/outdoor games. 10. Involving them in various committees, cultural activities, encouraging them to participate in various technical, cultural and sports related events at Inter-Collegiate and Inter- University level competition etc. 11. By involving them in the preparation of Mini-projects etc. 11. Sports Committee: 1. To provide all possible indoor and outdoor facilities to college students – Already college has provided facilities for outdoor events like cricket, volleyball, Athletics, etc, and indoor games such as table tennis, carom, chess, shuttle etc. 2. Arranging Interclass / Inter-departmental competition in indoor and outdoor games. 3. Imparting appropriate training to students in various sports events. 4. Selection of teams to represent the college in inter-collegiate competitions. 5. The Committee is planning to introduce Yoga and Meditation classes shortly. 12. Cultural Activities: These activities are organized under the supervision of cultural committee. The activities cover the following:; 1. To train students in various cultural activities such as classical music, musical instruments, debates, essay writing (on general topics) etc. 2. To provide training and practice to students in Pick And Speak, Mono-acting, Just a Minute, etc. 3. To identify the talented students and to build college teams for the above said activities. 4. To ensure that the college teams participate in Inter-Collegiate and inter-University competitions. 5. Committee’s “MISSION” includes building a talented drama team and a classical music team in the near future. 13. General Maintenance Committee: 1. To look after the civil, electrical and mechanical repair and maintenance works in the campus. 2. To attend to repair and maintenance of computers, electronic equipment, printers, measuring instruments etc. 3. To arrange for immediate repairing of equipments to reduce not only breakdown time but to prevent hardship to students also. 4. To maintain a record of maintenance works carried out in the campus. ANNEXURE-5a Format No. NCET/ADM- NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF 26 ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Issue No. 02 DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE Issue Date 06.02.2009 ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-10 Revision 00 Date: 25.07.2009 CIRCULAR The following committees are formed to look after the various Academic & Extra curricular Activities in the college for the academic year 2009-10. The Co-ordinator of the committees are required to discuss with the respective members of their committees and frame the action plans immediately and see that the activities are carried out smoothly during the academic year. Sl. COMMITTEES Name of the staff Designation / Dept. No. I Time table Committee: 1. Dr. C. Ramakrishnegowda HOD – CV Co-ordinator 2. Mr. Basavaraj. G. M AP –EC Member 3. Mr. Sri Ramachandra L SR – CS Member 4. Mr. Kishore. P. J AP – IS Member 5. Mrs. Sowjanya. N. B SR – BT Member 6. Mr. Yathish Narayan Rao AP – ME Member 7. Mrs. Preetha. M SR – CV Member 8. Mr. Prashanth. S. V L – PHY Member 9. Ms. Rekha K A L - MBA Member II I A Test Committee: 1. Prof. B. Roopashri Tantri HOD – IS Co-ordinator 2. Prof. Rekha. J P – EC Member 3. Prof. Gururaj. M P – CS Member 4. Dr. Yahya Mazumder L – BT Member 5. Mr. Venkatraj M AP – ME Member 6. Mr. Jagadeesh. C. B AP – CV Member 7. Mrs. Poornima. U. K AP – MBA Member 8. Mr. Sarvesha M. V AP - MAT Member III Discipline Committee: 1. Dr. K. N. Hari Bhat HOD – EC Co-ordinator 2. Dr. N. G. S. Udupa HOD – ME Member 3. Prof. B. Roopashree Thantri HOD – IS Member 4. Dr. K. N. Geetha HOD – BT Member 5. Dr. C. Ramakrishnegowda HOD – CV Member 6. Dr. P Harisha HOD – PHY Member 7. Dr. B. Shanmukha HOD – MAT Member 8. Dr. B. Prakash HOD – MBA Member 9. Dr. K. S. Dinesh HOD – LIB Member 10. Mr. Janardhan Bhat PED Member IV Counseling Committee: 1. Prof. Ramachandra. M. S P – EC Co-ordinator 2. Mr. Venkatesh Kumar. H AP – EC Member 3. Prof. Hemamalini P – CS Member 4. Mrs. Premjyoti G.Patil AP – IS Member 5. Ms. Sunitha . G L – BT Member 6. Mr. Shiva Raju . R L – CV Member 7. Mr. Venkate Gowda SR – ME Member 8. Mrs. Anandamma L – MBA Member 9. Mr. Ramesh Gowda V B SR - MAT Member V Canteen Quality & 1. Dr. N.G.S.Udupa HOD – ME Co-ordinator Quantity Monitoring 2. Dr. P.Harisha HOD – PHY Member Committee 3. Dr. B.Shanmukha HOD – MAT Member 4. Mr. Jagadeesh. C. B AP – CV Member 5. Mr. Janardhan Bhat PED – Sports Member VI Hostel students 1. Dr. P. Harisha HOD – PHY Co-ordinator Monitoring Committee: 2. Dr. B. Shanmukha HOD – MAT Co-ordinator 3. Mr. Basavaraj. G. M AP – EC Member 4. Mr. Vijay. G. R SR – CS Member 5. Mr. Anil Naveen L – IS Member 6. Mr. Nagarajaiah. K. L L – BT Member 7. Mr. Anil Kumar S L – ME Member 8. Mr. Ananthayya M B. AP – CV Member 9. Mr. Natraj BHM Member VII Cultural Committee: 1. Dr. K. N. Geetha HOD – BT Co-ordinator 2. Prof. Hemamalini P – CS Member 3. Mrs. Nirmala. J. S SR – IS Member 4. Mr. Hadagali Ashoka L - BT Member 5. Mr. G. R. Jagannath L – ME Member 6. Prof. Maruthi Ram R P – MBA Member 7. Mr. Janardhan Bhat PED Member VIII Magazine Committee: 1. Dr. P. Harisha HOD - PHY Chief Editor 2. Dr. K. S. Dinesh. HOD – LIB Editor 3. Prof. Rekha. J P – EC Member 4. Mr. Vijay. G. R SR – CS Member 5. Dr. Nagamani S. Khandre L – BT Member 6. Mr. N. Kapilan AP - ME Member 7. Mr. Leeladharesh AP – CV Member 8. Mr. Raghavendra . K L - MBA Member IX News Letter 1. Dr. K. N. Hari Bhat HOD – EC Chief Editor Committee: 2. Dr. B. Prakash HOD - MBA Editor X Sports Committee: 1. Mr. Janardhan Bhat PED – Sports Co-ordinator 2. Mr. Nagesh. K. N L – EC Member 3. Mr. Vijay. G. R SR – CS Member 4. Mr. Gopinath. A. R L – CS Member 5. Mr. Raghavendra. K L – MBA Member 6. Mr. Manjunatha. N L – MBA Member 7. Ms. Bhavya. V L – EC Member 8. Mr. Leeladharesh AP – CV Member 9. Mr. Vijay Kumar. G FM - BT Member XI Library Committee: 1. Dr. N. G. S. Udupa HOD – ME Co-ordinator 2. Mr. K. S. Dinesh HOD - LIB Member 3. Dr. K.N Hari Bhat HOD – EC Member 4. Prof. B. Roopashri Tantri HOD – IS Member 5. Dr. K. N. Geetha HOD – BT Member 6. Dr. C. Ramakrishnegowda HOD – CV Member 7. Dr. B. Prakash HOD – MBA Member 8. Dr. P. Harisha HOD – PHY Member 9. Dr. B. Shanmukha HOD - MAT Member ANNEXURE – 5 (b) NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DEVANAHALLI TALUK, BENGALURU-562110. Guidelines for Students Counselling: 1. If a student has shortage of attendance in any subject/s the concerned student should be relevantly questioned to elicit the reasons for his/her abstaining from the classes. 2. Shortage of attendance should be brought to the notice of the concerned student & his parents (in the formats available with HODs/College Office), and an undertaking should be taken from student/parent. 3. I.A marks secured by students should be carefully scrutinized & those students who have secured less than 15 out of 25 should be put relevant questions to identify the reasons for their poor performance. 4. Students with poor attendance record/low I.A marks should be Counseled to look into: a. Financial problems of students if any, b. Health related problems, c. Personal/family related problems if any, Wherever it is possible, remedial measures should be suggested. 5. Participation of students in sports activities/other extra curricular activities should be looked into. Talented students should be encouraged to reach the targets like participation in State level / National level events in Sports and other extra curricular activities. Counselors should look into any additional facility needed by such students. 6. Students who do not participate in any extra curricular activities should be identified and encouraged to participate in the same 7. Students should be counseled at least once in a week and Counselor may send their report/remarks to Member/s of the Counseling Committee of respective Departments. 8. Co-ordinator/s of the Counseling Committee should convene meeting of Counseling Committee once in fifteen days to look into the progress and problems of the students based on the reports made available by the Councilors, and initiate remedial measures wherever possible. 9. Intelligent students with good academic credentials should be identified by going through their past academic performance. Such students should be Counseled to explore the possibilities of their securing ranks in the Semester Examination, which in turn may boost the image & reputation of the Institute. In this connection, Councilors can look into problems of such students (if any) connected with non-availability of text & reference books, financial and health related problems, laboratory related problems, performance in I.A and Lab assessments etc., 10. Counselors should try to identify mischief mongers/ trouble makers/eye-teasers etc, and try their best to put such students on the right track. 11. Counselors should look out for the students who are in the habit of smoking /addiction to Alcohol/Drug addicts etc., & Counsel them. 12. Counselors should brief the students assigned to them about the need to maintain discipline, good behavior, punctuality as applied to class rooms, laboratory, library, canteen, campus etc., 13. Students should be advised to learn atleast one musical instrument & encouraged to specialize in the same. 14. If any talented student is interested in a specific area of Music/Sports/Martial Arts etc., but cannot afford to learn it, then ways & means of helping him/her should be explored. 15. Counselors should discreetly enquire with their students about problems / difficulties/ deficiencies etc., they may be facing in Hostel mess, College Canteen, reference section & Lending section of library, Internet etc., and suggest remedial measures. 16. The Students Counselling Committee should review the progress in Counselling with reference to measures recommended / initiated in Preceding meetings. 17. In very bad / hopeless cases, where repeated Counselling has not produced any impact on the concerned student/s, the Counselors may at their discretion, refer such cases to the Co-ordinator/s of the Counselling Committee. ANNEXURE – 5 (c) NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (An ISO 9001: 2000 Certified Institution affiliated to VTU) Mudugurki, Venkatagiri Kote, Devanahalli, Bangalore – 562110.Telefax : 080 – 7645990 STUDENTS COUNSELLING PROGRESS REPORT Name of the student : Date:. Semester/Branch. USN: Sl. ………Test marks % of Attendance SUBJECTS. No. (Max.Marks 25) Upto…………. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Note : 1) Minimum percentage of attendance required is 85% 2) Minimum marks required in test is l5. General Remarks : Counselor. Principal. Please send the following acknowledgement to the principal. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Received the progress report of my ward Mr./Ms……………………………………………….…………………………………… …………………………dt……………………………….. Date: Place : Signature of the parent NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Devanahalli, Bangalore-562110. Ref. No.NCET/AC/ST/200_ _ _ /_ _ _ Date_ _ _ _ _ _ To Name of the Student: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ USN _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ Branch _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _Department _ _ _ _ __ _ Semester_ _ __ Subject: Shortage of Attendance With reference to the above, you are here by informed that you are having Shortage of Attendance in the Subject/s ________________ (Code/s______) and so far you have attended ___________ Classes out of ______as on ________2005 and your percentage of attendance is _____%. In view of the above, you are here by informed that abstaining from Classes is highly irregular and you are required to 1. Give an undertaking that you are aware of your attendance position and you would make up the shortage of attendance. 2. If you are unable to make up the shortage of attendance, and you are aware of the VTU regulation that you will be detained for want of attendance. (Minimum Attendance needed is 85% in each subject). 3. Meet the Principal along with your parents, to give an undertaking that he/she will initiate remedial measures to stop your unauthorized absence to the Classes. (Appropriate format is enclosed). Last date to respond to above said letter is ___________________ If you do not respond with in the above said date, your name will be removed from the rolls and disciplinary action will be initiated against you. PRINCIPAL NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Devanahalli, Bangalore-562110. To The Principal Nagarjuna College of Engineering & Technology Devanahalli Taluk, Bangalore-562110. Respected Sir, Sub: Shortage of Attendance Ref: Your Letter No._ _ _ _ _ _ _ Dated _ _ _ _ _ _ _ With reference to the above, I here by give an undertaking that I am aware of my Attendance position and have _____% Attendance in the subject/s _________________ (Code/s_______) & I will make up the Shortage of Attendance. In case, I am unable to make up the Shortage of Attendance, then I may be detained for want of Attendance and I will have no claim on the attendance. Further, I know that, I will be loosing one year and I will not be permitted to write the terminal Examinations. In this connection, I here by agree to meet you along with my Parents with in the time limit given to me. (i.e.__________2007). Signature of the Student. Name: _________________ USN: _________________ Sem: _________________ Branch: _________________ Date: ________________ I endorse the undertaking given by _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _as indicated above. Signature of Parent/Guardian _____________________ Name _________________________________ ANNEXURE – 5 (d) NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE 1. Inmates should not be allowed to leave the Hostel premises beyond 9:30P.M. 2. Inmates are not permitted to leave the campus without the written permission of the warden. 3. Outsiders should not be brought to the ‘hostel’, Incase, any parents/visitors/relatives come, matter should be brought to the notice of the warden. 4. V.C.R/ V.C.P/ D.V.D/ Any other device through which a cassette or C.D can be run are totally prohibited and should not be used in hostel rooms, T.V room & in the college campus. 5. Tape recorders, radios and any other audio devices are prohibited in hostel premises. 6. Mobile phones, while receiving calls or making calls should be used only outside the room, and should not be a source of disturbance to the other inmates. 7. Liquor of any kind or brand is strictly prohibited. 8. Smoking in hostel room and hostel premises is strictly prohibited. 9. Walls in the rooms, corridors and at other places should not be spoiled by driving nails, writing, pasting-posters, letters etc are strictly prohibited. 10. When not needed the taps, lights, fans should be switched off. This is very important for the conservation of energy. 11. Inmates should make entries in the movement register available with the warden while leaving the hostel after the college hours. 12. Association of groups on the basis of region, language etc is prohibited. 13. Electrical devices such as immersion coils, iron boxes and electric stoves etc.; should not be used in the rooms or hostel premises. 14. Those who possesses cell phone shall keep it in salient mod. 15. Automobiles in general two wheelers in particulars are not permitted in the hostel. ANNEXURE –6 Mechanism / norms and procedure for democratic / good governance – To make the governance more democratic, several committees have been formed as indicated in ANNEXURE 5 (a). The composition of these committees is a fine blend of faculty. Students (boys & girls) and non-teaching staff.(where ever necessary). The committees ensure that all academic and extra curricular activities are carried out in a systematic manner by 1. By maintaining total transparency in procedures. 2. By involving teachers (junior as well as senior) and students in decision- making process. 3. Conducting department level and college level staff / faculty meeting at regular intervals to brief them about activities and developments in the college and to seek their opinion. 4. Inviting the opinion of faculty (in writing) on important issues related to academic and developmental activities. 5. By discussing thread bear all ticklish issues at HODs meeting, so as to arrive at optimum solutions. 6. By collecting opinion including that of students about critical aspects such as functioning of i) Canteen ii) Laboratories iii) College library. i) Canteen : On issues related to quality and quantity of food items served, choice of items etc. ii) Laboratories: Difficulties in following experiments in laboratories, lack of facilities in laboratories etc. iii) College library: On matter related to issue and return of books, non availability of books, reference facilities etc. ANNEXURE -7 Students feedback on Institutional Governance / Faculty performance The performance evaluation of faculty by students is carried out at regular intervals. For this purpose a separate format is designed as shown in table 7.1. Information collected through feedback is used to suggest improvements in individual teachers in various aspects like Improve quality of teaching Maintain punctuality by teachers with respect to classes Improve communication skills Coverage of syllabus To motivate and guide students properly TABLE – 7.1 NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS FEED- BACK FORM Dear Student, You are requested to help the Teacher by your sincere and honest feed back, based on your unbiased and objective observations as a student. 1. Kindly read each question carefully, give the rating, after having a thorough review of the classes held. 2. Please feel free to write your comments, remarks, suggestion, etc on the subject, the Teacher the Teaching – at the end of this questionnaire. 3. Remember that a blank condemnation is as useless as a routine praise. 4. Your need NOT disclose your identity in any way please. THANK YOU VERY MUCH A= Excellent B = Good C = Satisfactory D = Poor Sl. No. Parameter SUBJECTS 1 Presentation of Subject Matter Regularity & Punctuality in 2 Conducting Classes 3 Coverage of Syllabus 4 Communication Skills 5 Teachers attitude towards student Availability of teacher outside the 6 class room 7 Control of class discipline 8 Ability to motivate the students 9 Grading of answer scripts 10 Overall impression of the subject ANNEXURE –8 Grievance Redressal Mechanism for faculty, staff and students - Grievance cell of the college functions under the guidance of Principal and the Academic Adversary Committee. The cell looks into – 1. Grievance of students related to college library, canteen, laboratories, class room work etc., 2. Students’ grievance related to shortage of attendance, internal assessment marks etc., 3. Availability of computer facilities, Internet facilities, reference library etc., On the Staff and Faculty side, to look into grievance – 1. Related to promotions, salary etc., 2. Issues related to different kinds of leave, OOD etc, 3. Matters related to deputation to seminars, conferences, short–term courses etc, 4. Issues related to assigning of examination related duties. ANNEXURE-9 NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE OF ALL FULL TIME FACULTY Department of MBA Nature of Qualification S. Date of Date of Joining Desgn. Appointm Specialization Years of Exp. Scale of Pay Basic pay Gross No. Name Birth UG PG Ph.D the Inst. ent Prof & Permanent 01.06.1970 B.Co M.Com, Ph.D 15 Yrs 22400 500 16400- 1 Dr. Prakash.B Head 10.09.2008 m 22400 Finance Prof. Permanent 19.07.1959 MBA (Ph.D) 12 Yrs 16400- 22400 500 2 Mr. Maruthi Ram. R 04.09.2008 Marketing 22400 Asst. Permanent 14.03.1971 B.A M.A. - 12 Yrs 12000- 13260 273 3 Mrs. Poornima U K 01.09.2006 Prof. .M.Phil. HR & Economics 18300 Sr. Permanent 12.12.1979 B.Co M.Com, - 5.5 Yrs 11625 240 Mr. K. R. 10000- 4 Lecturer MBA 03.08.2009 Pundareeka Vitala m 15200 Finance Mr. Raghavendra Lecturer Permanent 11.08.1978 BBM MBA - Marketing 16.08.2006 06 Yrs 8000- 9100 188 5 Krishnappa 13500 Lecturer Permanent 03.03.1983 BBM MBA - 03 Yrs 8000- 8550 177 6 Ms. Rekha K A 06.08.2007 Finance 13500 Lecturer Permanent 06.06.1981 BBM MBA - 8000- 8550 177 7 Ms. Anandamma HR & Marketing 03.09.2007 03 Yrs 13500 Mr. Manjunatha. N Lecturer Permanent 30.07.1984 B.Co MBA - Marketing 18.08.2008 01 yr 8000 158 8 8000- m 13500 Mr. Vikas Jain Lecturer Permanent 29.07.1985 B.Co MBA - Finance / Marketing 03.08.2009 - 8000 166 9 8000- m 13500 ANNEXURE – 10 LIST OF VISITING FACULTY Sl. No. Name of Visiting Faculty Qualification Specialization Experience Marketing & 1 Prof.. Narasimhan BE., MBA., MPhil. 20 Years Costing 2 Prof. Gopinath M.Com., MBA., MPhil. Finance 28 Years ANNEXURE – 11 LIST OF GUEST FACULTY Sl. No. Name of Guest Faculty Qualification Specialization Experience 1 Prof. L. P. Rajan MBA., HR 30 Years 2 Dr. G. S. Anand MBA., Ph.D. Marketing & IT 21 Years ANNEXURE 12 Profile of Faculty ANNEXURE 13 BIO – DATA OF PRINCIPAL NAME : Dr. H. S. NANDA PRESENT ADDRESS : PRINCIPAL, Nagarjuna College of Engineering & Technology Devanahalli, Bangalore – 562 110. Karnataka State. (O) 080 – 27645990/992/993 Fax : 080 – 27645990 (R.) 080-41178282 (M) 9845655234 E-mail: email@example.com DATE OF BIRTH : 04/02/1962 HIGHEST QUALIFICATION : a) B.E (Civil) MCE Hassan, Mysore University b) M.Tech.( Geotechnical Engg) - Indian Institute of Technology, - Bombay c) Ph.D. (Civil Engg - GTE) - Bangalore University Bangalore, - TEACHING EXPERIENCE : 24 years. July 07 to date : Principal Sep 05 to June 07 : Professor & Head, Dept of Civil Engg. Nagarjuna College of Engg. & Technology. Aug 01 to Aug ’05 : Asst.Prof. & Head, Dept of Civil Engg. Nagarjuna College of Engg. & Technology Apr1997 to July 2001 : Professor & Head, Dept of Civil / KVG College of Engg., Sullia Dec 1993 to March 1997 : Asst.Prof. & Head, Dept of Civil / KVG College of Engg., Sullia Feb 1988 to March 1993 : Lecturer in Civil Engg, KVG College of Engg., Sullia, Jan. 1986 to Jan 1988 : Lecturer in Civil Engineering, Malnad College of Engg, Hassan. . ANNEXURE 14 NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS FEED- BACK FORM Dear Student, You are requested to help the Teacher by your sincere and honest feed back, based on your unbiased and objective observations as a student. 5. Kindly read each question carefully, give the rating, after having a thorough review of the classes held. 6. Please feel free to write your comments, remarks, suggestions, etc on the subject, the Teacher the Teaching – at the end of this questionnaire. 7. Remember that a blank condemnation is as useless as a routine praise. 8. Your need NOT disclose your identity in any way please. THANK YOU VERY MUCH A= Excellent B = Good C = Satisfactory D = Poor Sl. No. Parameter SUBJECTS 1 Presentation of Subject Matter Regularity & Punctuality in Conducting 2 Classes 3 Coverage of Syllabus 4 Communication Skills 5 Teachers attitude towards student 6 Availability of teacher outside the class room 7 Control of class discipline 8 Ability to motivate the students 9 Grading of answer scripts 10 Overall impression of the subject Space for additional comments: ANNEXTURE 15 MBA APPLICATION FORM ANNEXURE 16 Ist year admission for 2007-08 List of Candidates who have applied for seats under Management (in addition to annexure-15) Entrance Sl Name of the Branch Exam Rank Remarks No Students Appeared ANNEXURE 17 Criteria For Group Discussion/Personal Interview 1. Eligibility criteria for admission to MBA is bachelors degree with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates). from any recognized Indian university 2. Candidates are required to take written test conducted by the college similar to CAT/MAT etc. 3. Candidates who are successful in the written test are called for Group Discussion/ Personal Interview. 4. Admission is finalized in two stages. Stage 1: Group Discussion is conducted to evaluate the Performance of candidates. Stage2: Personal Interviews are conducted to assess the ability of the candidate. Finally, a merit list is prepared by taking into account the performance in written test, Group Discussion, Personal Interview & academic achievement at Bachelor’s level. While preparing the merit list reservation policy of state government, is given due weightage. ANNEXURE 18 ATTRIBUTES FOR EVALUATION IN GROUP DISCUSSION 1. Communication skills 2. Leadership Qualities 3. Depth in subject 4. Body language 5. Eye to eye contact 6. Synchronization and co-ordination with the topic during GD. ATTRIBUTES FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW. 1. Depth in subject 2. Ability to answer questions properly 3. Grasping ability 4. Body gestures 5. Clarity of thoughts and expressions Based on the above attributes, grade is awarded to each candidate during the GD/personal interview ANNEXURE 19 (a) RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS / VACANT SEATS The process of admission through PGCET and KMAT / CAT / MAT for the academic year 2009- 2010 is completed by the end of Sept 2009. Hence, the details of the candidate admitted through PGCET and KMAT / CAT / MAT for the year 2008-2009 is included. For the purpose of conducting admission to MBA course, Govt. of Karnataka has constituted a committee which organizes the following. 1. Conducting PGCET examination to fill-up MBA seats in professionals colleges of Karnataka. 2. To arrange valuation of answer scripts & declare results in the order of merit by taking into consideration the reservation & policies of the state government. 3. To announce the results along with the waiting list by clearly indicating the date with in which candidate have to get admitted. 4. To organize counseling for seat selection 5. The seats under the management quota are filled by adopting the following procedures. (i) Advertisement is given in leading news papers. (ii) Calling applications for admissions. (iii) Applications are scrutinized and the list of students eligible to appear for entrance test is prepared. (IV) An entrance test is conducted and the evaluation of answer scripts are done by a team of competent faculty drawn from MBA department. (v) A merit list is prepared by taking into account the performance in the entrance test and the academic performance at bachelor’s level. (vi) The candidates are called for GD/ Interviews in the order of merit. The evaluation committee to assess the performance in GD & interviews includes the HOD of MBA Department, one senior faculty from MBA Department, two subject experts in the area of management studies and VTU nominee.