Guideline - Government Engineering College, Gandhinagar

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Major objectives:
 Strengthening Institutions to prepare quality engineers for better
 Providing thrust for higher studies and demand-driven Research &
Development and Innovation
 Establishing Centers of Excellence for focused, applicable research
 Training of faculty for enhancing teaching competence
 Enhancing the effectiveness of Institutional Management
 TEQIP Institute help the surrounding Institutes to improve the
Quality standared as well as get the help from the Institute like IIT
Gandhinagar, IIM Ahmedabad, etc…
State Action Plan to meet TEQIP objectives:
Revamping Curriculum and Introducing Choice Based
Credit System
2. Enhancing Research, Consultancy, Incubation, Patents
3. Training and Capability Building through IITs, IIMs, IISC
4. Extension (Placement & Industry Interaction)
5. Accreditation and Academic Audit
6. Assessment and Online On Demand Exams
7. Institute Management and Social Networking
Process of procurement will be carried out in a parallel way as
the initiatives and activities mentioned above progress and the
details and specifications regarding procurement emerge from
the same
To impart requisite competencies to students for effective participation in the
Knowledge Society as responsible professionals and citizens.
To put in place learning outcomes oriented curriculum, establish Choice Based
Credit System and introduce courses pertaining to integral education.
Action Plan
•Revamping curricula to address the issues
•Implementation of Choice Based Credit
•Introducing courses such as Documentary
Making and Research and Reading aimed at
integral education
Enterprise for Human Upliftment (SEHU)
Innovative courses such as Engineering
Curriculum Committee
Prof. Milind Sohoni
(Convener) IIT-B
Prof G.K.Krishnamurty, Ex.Prof-IRMA
Prof. Mangal Sundar, IIT-M
Prof. Manoj Harbolla,IIT-K
Prof N R Rao, IISC
Dr. Ketan Kotecha, Director, Nirma
Prof. Anand Bhatt, KCG
Dr. V.S.Purani
Prof. Usha Nilkanthan
Prof. N.S.Varandani
Prof. M.R.Patel
Prof C.B.Bhatt
To inculcate vibrant research culture, facilitate the engagement of the faculty and
students in research initiatives and contribute to enhancement of knowledge.
To facilitate the faculty’s pursuits in terms of higher studies, and incentivize
research initiatives and publication of papers and books
Action Plan
•Workshops for orientation of faculty
•Incentives for research such as
Award scheme for faculty
•Fellowships for MTech, PhD
•Establishing Centers of Excellence
•Grant for Research Projects
•Subscribing e-journals
•Financial support for patenting
Research Committee
Dr. Porey
(Convener) Director, SVNIT,Surat
Prof. P.J.Patel, Ex-VC ,SPU
Dr. Ketan Kotecha
Director, Nirma
Dr. Somnath Sengupta,
Prof. N.K.Naik, IIT-B
Prof. Y.P.Kosta
Dr. R.K.Gajjar
Dr. N.N.Bhuptani
Dr. N.K.Arora
Dr. R.A.Thakker
To equip the faculty for transacting the learning outcome based curriculum
To facilitate continuous capability building of the faculty through short term
training programs, pedagogical training and updation of discipline specific
Action Plan
•Hands-on Training for faculty at core
•Training on equipment's and testing of
instrumental and practical knowledge
•Short-courses and special topic courses,
workshop, conference announced
•The faculty wishing to travel abroad with
respect to academic or research work
may be enabled to do so through lesser
restrictions on procedural matters.
Committee: Training and Capability
Prof. Amit Prashant, IIT-Gn
Prof. Ishan Sharma, IIT-K
Dr. H.V.Trivedi
Prof. R.K.Gajjar
Prof. M.G.Bhatt
Prof. G.H.Upadhyay
Prof. C.H.Vithalani
To enhance employability of the students and strengthen industry
To impart skills training to students and enhance their overall personality
Action Plan
•Student exit survey, survey of
pass-out students after one/Two
•Preparation of database of
•Training in soft skills for preparing
them for interviews
•Organization of job fairs for
increasing placements
•Tie-ups with industry for job fairs
and campus interviews
Extension Committee
Prof. Parshuraman
Prof. Milind Sohoni ,IIT-B
Prof. J.Chaterjee,IIT-K
Prof. H.K.Mishra, IRMA
Prof.G. Krishnamurthy
Prof. R.J.Joshi
Prof. V.S.Purani
Prof. B.J.Shah
Prof. K.B.Bhoyania
 To facilitate excellence in Technical education in the State by augmenting academic
and administrative procedures
 To facilitate awareness among Colleges in the State about processes and systems
that can ensure quality enhancement and realization of goals set in Technical
To move in the direction of an accreditation and audit system that enables
mentoring more than monitoring.
To arrive at a GBAP-AAA Score (Gujarat Board of Accreditation for Professional
Courses-Academic and Administrative Audit) by assessing specific parameters for
The GBAP-AAA Score to be used as a tool to identify the areas for special focus
and improvement.
To evaluate the performance of the institution and to identify the issues those are to
be attended to in order to improve the quality of Teaching and Research.
Action Plan
The design of forms for the GBAP-AAA score, in consultation of
NBA forms. A team has to be constituted for the design of forms.
A separate GBAP-AAA cell with necessary support staff and
requisite infrastructure has to be constituted.
The experts should be trained to access the GBAP-AAA score
through central felicitating team under the supervision of CTE
 Each college is required to apply for GBAP-AAA score in a
span of two to three years
 Each college will the informed about their strengths and
 The accreditation should be made compulsory every five
 Differential weights can be assigned to the areas :
 Academic Information 40%
 Systems & procedures 15%
 Administration 25%
 Infrastructure 20%
Accreditation and
Academic Audit
Dr. Sonde
Prof. Ashwini Kumar, IIT-Gn
Prof. N.R.Dave
Prof Ramamurty
Prof. Shivprakash,
IISC, Banglore
Prof. R.J.Joshi
Prof. M.G.Bhatt
Dr. Nandini Kanan
Assessment should be, first and foremost, about improving student learning and,
Secondarily, about determining accountability for the quality of learning produced.
Using varied, valid, and reliable assessment tools, information will be gathered and
used to identify strengths and needs of individuals, schools, and the District as a
whole. Results will be communicated to all stakeholders in a clear, concise, and
timely manner.
 Make it a collaborative activity among those responsible for program quality
with others in the educational
community who have an interest in
improvement of standards.
 Facilitate continuous improvement of academic and administrative processes at
 develop and disseminate best practices for enabling continuous organizational
learning and development;
 Software for conducting On Demand On Line Exams to
be installed in the computer labs
Form subject-wise committees for preparation of question
bank. The questions may be objective and descriptive type.
On an average, 750 objective type questions and 250
descriptive type questions should be prepared. Questions
should be of varying difficulty levels to cater to different
levels of students’ competence.
The questions, once prepared, may be vetted by the
subject expert in terms of the validity and authenticity.
For setting questions, the faculty may be paid Rs 50/- as
remuneration. For vetting and finalizing the questions, Rs.
50/- may be paid as remuneration to the respective
subject expert.
While the Online On Demand Examination may be
conducted throughout the Semester, periodicity of the
exams may be worked out.
Assessment Committee:
Prof. C.S.Upadhyay
Dr. Ketan Kotecha
Prof. Sudhir Barai
Prof Rajat Moona
Prof Dheeraj Sanghi
Prof.Harish Karnik
Prof G.B.Modha
Dr. N.N.Bhuptani
Mr. Sandip Sharma
Dr. Nandini Kannan
To enhance the leadership competence of
Principals and Heads of Institutes
To ensure that Principals and Heads of
Institutes undergo leadership training
through collaboration with management and
training institutes of repute
Action Plan
 Principals/Heads of Institutes to be trained
by IIM Ahmedabad
 Social Networking Sites to be used for
educational initiatives and purposes
Dr. N.R.Dave (Convener)
Dr. H.V.Trivedi
Prof. Rajeev Sharma,IIMA
Dr. Bimal Patel,Director, CEPT
Prof G.K.Krishnamurty
Dr. P.A.Joshi, Ex-Director,DDIT
Dr. T.Prabhakar, MSU
Prof. R.K.Gajjar
Prof. G.H.Upadhyay
Prof. P.J.Gundaliya